hat is colorful, packed
with useful information
and showcases local mer-
chants who appreciate
your patronate? It's STYLE's gift
Think of the gift guide as your
servant, at your beck and call
whenever you need assistance in fin-
ding the perfect gift for the upcom-
ing holidays . . . and future celebra-
tions, too. Think of it as a catalogue
of wonderful possibilities — except
that, unlike the catalogues that ap-
pear in your mailbox, all the items
and services you want are im-
mediately, locally available.
From exquisite jewelry and
elegant crystal to fine art and
stylish clothing and accessories, the
gift guide provides ideas for gifts for
all the people in your life. It saves
you time and energy, not to mention
wear and tear on your car, and
nerves, because you'll find these
items close to home.
The gift guide is as extensive as
possible, with an amazing array of
stores and services. So, here to make
your life easier, especially in the
holiday season, is the gift guide.
Think of it as your resource to the
good life . . . and of good gift-
Wow the crowds with
festive holiday fare. Local
caterers reveal their
Opulent, luxurious and
elegant are the gifts we
featured for the man and
woman in your life. Dream
on . . .
Why We Give
What We Give
There is a psychology
behind finding the right
gift, receiving it graciously.
of the Future
High-tech electronic pro-
ducts are always popular
Gift Guide Cover
Packages by Betty Davis
for Paulson Warren, Inc.
by Craig Terkowitz
For the upcoming holiday
season, the First Family
will be enjoying Barbara
Bush's ginger cookies
and so can you.
Barbara Bush's Spicy
THE JEWISH NEWS
Vol. XCV1, No. 13, Week of Nov. 20, 1989.
Second class postage paid at Southfield,
Michigan and additional mailing offices.
Published every Friday with additional
supplements in January, March, May,
August and November at 27676 Franklin
Road, Southfield, MI 48034. (313)
354-6060. (USPS 275-520)