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June 16, 1989 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart
Association

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

B

ack in 1957, when Bill
Wolf was creating fur-
niture lease depart-
ments in the then discount
Arlan's and Shoppers Fair, he
had a dream . . . and in 1974,
after his lease departments
numbered 12, Bill decided to
devote full time to an
8,000-square-foot store in
Dearborn . . . This gave way
to a 12,000-square-foot free-
standing one in Sterling
Heights . . . and his beautiful
28,000-square-food Livonia
store.
Bill's dream had come true,
but one thing was still miss-
ing . . . He wanted something
more . . . a store within a
store . . . a gallery to show off
complete rooms of furniture
by his excellent, no-charge, in-
terior design experts.
It recently happened with
almost one-third of Bill's
12-Oaks Newton Furniture
operation devoted to his
creativity and that of his staff
. . . About 6,000-square-feet of
the 20,000 has been directed
solely to a quarter-of-a-
million dollar gallery of
rooms featuring fine Ber-
nhardt furniture.
The idea-packed Bernhardt
Gallery shows people com-
plete room settings . . . with
every matching piece.
He is already southeast
Michigan's largest Norwalk
retailer . . . with the line of
top-quality furniture boasting
a lifetime guarantee . . . plus
the fine Hekman, Lane,
Stanley and Stiffel brands .. .
In Norwalk, customers are
given a choice of over 400 sofa
designs in nearly a thousand
fabrics.
As Newton Furniture looks
forward to another new store
. . . in Ann Arbor . . . and the
opening of Bernhardt
galleries there and in
Livonia, Bill reflects on his
32-year career in furniture
retailing . . . "I play a little
golf, when I can get away
from a six-day work week,
and I love my work. In the
furniture business you help
make people's dreams a reali-
ty and we take the vision of
homeowners and make it
come true. It's lots of fun."

Bernhardt's quality con-
struction, beautiful style and
broad selection of both
upholstered and case goods at
good prices make customers
happy . . . To Bill, a Variety
Club board member and
noted humanitarian for many

years, making people happy is
what it's all about.
He is currently involved in
aiding the unfortunate with a
"Beds for the Homeless"
drive . . . donating a group of
beds to Mariners' Inn of
Detroit and asking others to
do the same . . . It is a home
for homeless men, located on
Ledyard in the Cass Corridor.
Time for Bill to have some
happiness again in his own
life . . . and making someone
very special happy too . . . The
togetherness of Bill and the
former Eleanor Thal is now
as man and wife.
LOOKING BACK on col-
umns of yesteryears .. .
NOV. 29, 1974 . . . "Travel
Gent Jules Fayne of
Hamilton, Miller, Hudson &
Fayne, tells of the time he was
a social photographer around
town and bumped into a
chronic gate crasher who
went to every wedding recep-
tion he could find time for .. .
to enjoy the refreshments and
conviviality . . . At one affair,
Jules, who was wise to the
gent's ways, decided to trap
him . . . 'Whose side are you
on,' asked Jules, 'the hassen's
or kaleh's?' . . . The gate
crasher, believing he had a
50-50 chance of being right,
promptly answered that he
was on the kaleh's side .. .
`Ah ha,' said Jules, 'this time
I've got you. You're at a bar
mitzvah, not a wedding!' "
"Richard Mosher, 4-year-old
son of Harold and Ann
Mosher, watched his mother
try on a new dress . . . 'You
sure are beautiful,' he said.
`You look just like Abraham
Lincoln!' "



IN

ENTERTAINMENT

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Gemini Performs
In Rochester

Gemini, twin brother musi-
cians San and Las Slomovits,
will present "Growing Up,
Together — A Musical Cele-
bration for Children and the
Whole Family" on July 1 at
11 a.m. at the Meadow Brook
Music Festival in Rochester.
The duo will showcase
original songs from their new
album, as well as some of
their "greatest hits" from
earlier recordings, and even a
few brand new songs they've
written this winter.
Gemini will be accom-
panied by "The Good Mischief
Band" — Rob Martens on
bass, Doug Howell on
keyboards and Julian Van
Slyke on drums.

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