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June 17, 1988 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-17

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The Shirt Box's
"Like Father Like Son" Sale
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Take Dad out to the Ballgame
Take him out to the SALE
Buy him some shorts or a bathing suit
Double your savings and root, root, root!

Rent Controlled
For Seniors

SPECIAL SAVINGS:
• Short Sleeve Dress Shirts — 2 / $35
• Walking Shorts — 2 / $35
• Bathing Suit — 2 / $30
• Jockey Undershorts — 25% off retail
Sale ends June 18.

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Don't forget to enter our "Like Father,
Like Son" photo contest and win
FREE Tiger Tickets.

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19011 West Ten Mile Road, Southfield

(Between Southfield and Evergreen)

352-1080

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
PARKING AND ENTRANCE IN REAR

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

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SOMERSET
PARK
APARTMENTS in Troy has
introduced a new, apartment
lease for seniors 55 or older
that guarantees the rent over
a five-year period.
The new lease will
guarantee that rent increases
after the first year are limited
to 5 percent of the initially
contracted rate or an amount
equal to the percentage in-
crease of the Consumer Price
Index — whichever is lower.
Somerset Park Apartments
are located in Troy between
Maple Road and Big Beaver
Road, and between Crooks
Road and Coolidge Highway.

SIMONS MICHELSON
ZIEVE, INC., has been nam-
ed the public relations agen-
cy for Foodland Distributors,
headquartered in Livonia.
Foodland Distributors
distributes food and grocery
products to approximately
100 independent food
retailers in Michigan.

MARVIN HOWARD, owner
of Al's Glass & Auto Trim,
Inc., received the Glass
Dealer of the Year award at
the DGDA's annual dinner-
dance at Bay Pointe Golf Club
in West Bloomfield. The pal-
que was presented by James
Ponder of Escondido, Calif.,
president of the National
Glass Association.
Composed of auto and flat
glass dealers in the Detroit
metropolitan area, the
56-year-old DGDA is one of
the oldest trade associations
in America. The Glass Dealer
of the Year Award is given for
outstanding "service and ac-
complishment" to the DGDA
and the glass industry.
Winner of the Association's
President's Award was Harry
"Fritz" Fridson, owner of
Benz Glass Co. The award
goes to select DGDA members
who have contributed "long-
time, distinguished service"
to the group and the industry.

MARK M. JACKSON,

Disffnc0
Teel of

MILAN

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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1988

271 W. Maple
Birmingham

formerly of Oak Park, has
been appointed corporate vice
president of Psychiatric In-
stitutes of America. Mr.
Jackson is administrator of
Baywood Hospital in
Houston, Texas.

THE OAKLAND COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMIS-
SIONERS recently honored
retired Jewish Community
Executive Director Alvin
Kushner with a special pro-
clamation of commendation.
Joining Oakland County
Commissioner David Moffit

in honoring him were
Oakland County Commis-
sioner and Chairman for the
Democratic Commissioners
Caucus Larry Pernick, Com-
missioner Dennis Aaron, and
Commissioner Lilian Jaffee-
Oakes.

HAPOALIM INTERNA-
TIONAL, N.V., a subsidiary
of Bank Hapoalim, Israel's
largest banking institution
with assets in excess of $30
billion, recently announced
that it issued $50 million in
floating rate notes, the first
such offering to be made by
an Israeli banking group out-
side Israel in five years.
The notes will be listed on
the London Stock Exchange,
and are fully guaranteed by
Bank Hapoalim.

FARBMAN/STEIN AND
COMPANY, Troy-based com-
mercial and industrial real
estate company is pleased to
announce that Michael Ben-
nett, Marsha Fischer, Todd
Nagler, and Frank A. Mediati
have been appointed to vice
presidents of the company.
A graduate of Oakland
University, Bennett joined
Farbman/Stein in 1984 to
concentrate on office leasing.
Fisher is a graduate of
Wayne State University and
a former educator with the
Royal Oak Public Schools.
Mrs. Fischer joined Farb-
man/Stein in 1983 to
specialize in the leasing of
medical and general office
space and shopping centers,
as well as the sale of invest-
ment properties.
An 11-year veteran of Farb-
man/Stein and Company,
Nagler joined the company
shortly after receiving his
bachelor's degree in business
administration from Eastern
Michigan University. Mr.
Nagler specializes in the sale
and leasing of commercial
properties and vacant land.
Since joining Farb-
man/Stein and Company in
1984, Frank A. Mediati has
leased in excess of 300,000
square feet of retail space in
strip shopping centers
throughout the Detroit
Metropolitan Area.

NEWS

Exercise Helps
Kids Learn

Jerusalem — Structured
physical exercises improve
the educational achievements
of disadvantaged first-grade
children, according to
research conducted at the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem School of
Education.

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