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January 18, 1991 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-18

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I BUSINESS

IN NOVI & SOUTHFIELD

0

Federal Fireplace

BARBEQUE & PATIO FURNITURE

OFF SALE

SAVE STOREWI DE

TAKE 25-50% OFF

TAKE 50% OFF

glass doors from 64.97

...all fireplace brass accessories

TAKE UP TO 50% OFF

TAKE 50% OFF

...all log baskets, bellows, tool sets

...all barbecues from 69.97

TAKE 50% OFF

TAKE UP TO 50% OFF

...all wall decor

...all chimney caps from 24.97

TAKE 10-50% OFF

TAKE UP TO 50% OFF

...all mantles from 99.97

...all patio furniture

TAKE 50% OFF

TAKE 20-50% OFF

...all log hoops & racks from 15.97

...all ceiling fans from 29.97

TAKE UP TO 50% OFF

TAKE 20-50% OFF

...all gas log sets from 99.97

...all fireplace grates

Southfield Rd. at 12 Mile Rd.

\,

1 mile north of 1-696

557-3344

THIS SALE ENDS
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1991

Novi Rd. at 10 Mile Rd.

PRIOR SALES E XCLUDED
IN-STOCK ORDERS ONLY • NO SPECIAL ORDERS

1-3/4 miles south of 12 Oaks Mall

348-9300

WORKOUT C2

Voted Detroit's Best - Monthly Detroit Home of the Workout Poster

Appointee to President's Council on Physical Fitness & Sports

M. Partrich

ALL CLASSES ON SALE

10 Classes: $50:08
$39.99
15 Classes: _727e8
59.99
20 Classes: -86:89'
69.99
1 Month Series Card: _8100-
64.99
3 Month Series Card: _2&008 .. 169.99
6 Month Series Card: .346:011 - .. 299.99
1 Year Card: 556:00--
499.99

LOWORKOUT CD

S.W. Cor. of Telegraph at Maple

855-1033

• Friendly, Caring People
• Award Winning Instructors
• Front Door Parking
• Squeaky Clean Environment
• Most Classes Offered
• Beginner Classes Available
• Showers & Changing Area
• Fresh Air Ventilation

Offer must be purchased by February 1, 1991

OR

10 Exercise Classes
for $25*

*New People Only

New People are those who have never exercised with us or haven't attended our classes
for six months. One sale serries purchase per person: offer must be purchased by Feb. 1,1991.

Real People

SUZAN CURHAN

OCCUPATION: Social Worker

SIGNIFICANT OTHERS: Husband Michael, son Noah

INDOORS, OUTDOORS: Enjoys "good fiction," especially
romantic, gothic and spy novels; loves skiing, volleyball,
basketball, biking

ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES: Young Adult Division executive board
member and chairman of the telethons and volunteer committees; Business and
Professional Women's Division $100 Section worker

WHY SHE'S A CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEER: "I believe in leading by example. It's our
responsibility to take care of our own people at home and abroad. By supporting
Campaign, I can help the agencies that provide services to members of our Jewish
family."

L

46

If not now, when

Allied Jewish Campaign • 163 Madison Avenue • Detroit MI 48226-2180 • 965-3939

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1991

Bull's-Eye

Continued from preceding page

Briefs" and has developed
business activity indexes for
the regional economy and a
tourism index for the state.
He also is president of the
Heartland Institute, a non-
partisan public policy think
tank in Detroit. Heartland
consults with legislators and
provides testimony to policy
makers.
Mr. Littmann lives in
Bloomfield Hills with his
wife and three children. His
daughter, Ruth Littmann, a
recent graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, says her
father often brings his work
home.
"He went to great pains to
teach us how to balance our
checkbooks before college,
although he knows full well
most people don't balance
their checkbooks when their
statements arrive," Ms. Lit-
tmann says. "He impressed
upon us that money is time.
It is not something to live
your life for, but it repre-
sents what you do with your
life." O

Rich Named
Young Pharmacist

Sheldon Rich of Southfield
has been recognized as
Michigan's 1990 recipient of
the Distinguished Young
Pharmacist Award. The
award, sponsored by Marion
Merrell Dow, Inc., was
presented to Mr. Rich recent-
ly at the Michigan Phar-
macists Association's 8th An-
nual Awards Night, held at
the University Club of
Michigan State University in
Lansing.
The Distinguished Young
Pharmacist Award is
presented annually by the
Michigan Pharmacists
Association to a young phar-
macist in the state, who is
selected by his or her peers, in
recognition of that in-
dividual's excellence and
outstanding service to the
profession of pharmacy.
Mr. Rich is currently vice
president of Pharmacy Opera-
tions for the Maple Drug
Store chain based in
Farmington.
A clinical instructor for the
College of Pharmacy at both
Wayne State University and
the University of Michigan,
Mr. Rich is also a phar-
macology instructor for the
pharmacy technician pro-
gram at Oakland Communi-
ty College.

DONALD TUCKER, 18th
district chair and long-time
activist in the Democratic
Party, was elected chair of the
Oakland County Democratic
Party.

JACQUELINE GOLD-
SMITH APPIAH has join-
ed the staff of the Providence
Medical Center in Livonia.
She is a specialist in family
practice.

DR. ARTHUR ROSE has
joined the department of in-
ternal medicine at Providence
Hospital of Southfield. He is
a general internist.

DANIEL TUKEL, of West
Bloomfield, has been elected
to shareholder status at the
Detroit-based law firm of
Butzel Long. Mr. Tukel, who
joined Butzel Long in 1983,
mostly practices employment
discrimination law.

ALAN LEVINE, of West
Bloomfield, has been elected
to shareholder status at the
Detroit-based law firm of
Butzel Long. Mr. Levine is a
real estate specialist.

LYNNE DEITCH, of Birm-
ingham, has been elected to
shareholder status at the
Detroit-based law firm of
Butzel Long. Ms. Deitch join-
ed Butzel Long in 1987.
Before joining Butzel Long,
she served as trial attorney
for the National Labor Rela-
tions Board, as Special Assis-
tant United States Attorney,
and as Senior Attorney for
the Federal Reserve Board,
all in Washington, D.C.
ERNEST BEREN, assessor
for Southfield, was installed
as president-elect of the Inter-
national Association of
Assessing Officers (IAAO) at
the association's 56th In-
ternational Conference on
Assessment Administration.
Mr. Beren will become presi-
dent in October.

JEFFREY KING, creative
director of Gavin Design Ltd.
of Orchard Lake, has been
selected as the interior space
planner and designer for the
Windemere on Pine Lake
condominiums.

JACK ZWICK, the former
managing partner of the now
defunct metropolitan Detroit
office of Laventhol and Hor-
wath, has joined the Detroit
office of Grant Thornton, as
director of real estate accoun-
ting and auditing services.
ME Zwick began his career in
public accounting in 1958
with firms in New York and
Detroit. He joined Laventhol
and Horwath in 1969 as a
supervisor. He became a
managing partner in 1982.
West Bloomfield resident DR.
SHELDON BRENNER has
been appointed chief of staff
of Children's Hospital of
Michigan.

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