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April 26, 1991 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-26

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Wear It Again . . . Kids

REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

(Formerly Once Upon A Child)

A unique children's boutique
featuring new and nearly new
children's clothing, accessories, and gift items.

great-grandmother, Lillian
Robinson, and paternal great-
grandmother, Edna Taborsky.

MARCH 19 — Jeffrey and
Barbara (Kushner) Kurland
of Brooklyn, N.Y., are de-
lighted to announce the birth
of their son, Alexander Abra-
ham. Proud grandparents are
Charles and Elinor Kurland
of West Bloomfield. Alex-
ander is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandfather, Abraham Allen
Kurland.

MARCH 19 — Hardy Segall
and Eve Avadenka announce
the birth of Nathan Ray
Segall, brother to Mitchell
Drew. Happy grandparents
are Jack and Shelly Segall of
West Bloomfield and Edward
and Beverly Avadenka of Or-
chard Lake and great-grand-
mother, Ann Aisen of South-
field. Nathan Ray is named
for his paternal great-grand-
father, Harold Nathan Segall,
and maternal great-aunt,
Frances Rae Avadenka.

FEB. 26 — Paul and Julie
(Adell) Verona of Farmington
Hills are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their son
Bradley Adam. Proud grand-
parents are Sharron and
Frank Adell of Birmingham,
and Judy and Coleman
Verona of Farmington Hills.
Excited great-grandmothers
are Evelyn Carpenter of West
Bloomfield and Ruth Waxer
of Southfield. Bradley Adam
is named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grand-
father, Paul Carpenter, and
his paternal great-grand-
mother, Florence Verona.

Congratulations!

Every baby is unique
and we are delighted to
offer the birth an-
nouncement column as
a service to the com-
munity. We must caution
our readers, however, to
use good taste in mak-
ing their announcement.

The Jewish News
reserves the right to edit
any announcement.
Birth announcements
must be typewritten,
double-spaced, and in-
clude a daytime phone
number of the sender.
Please include the date
of the birth and cities of
residence for the baby's
family and grand-
parents.
Announcements re-
ceived by 10 a.m. Tues-
day will be considered
for that Friday's paper,
but space limitations
may delay publication.

25836 Middlebelt Road
Mid-Eleven Shopping Center
Farmington Hills, Ml 48336

(313) 442-2900

GRAND OPENING MAY 3

We will pay CASH for NEARLY-NEW
children's clothing newborn to size 10,
books and playthings, infant seats and
carriers, nursery accessories, playpens
and swings. By appointment only.

Please call today .. .

(313) 442-2900

LAYETTES
Our Specialty

Always 20% OFF

Ray A. Fox, Licensed Realtor

TREES AND MONEY

QUESTION: Is it true that
planting trees on vacant
house lots can increase the
value of that property?
ANSWER: A study in
Amherst, Massachusetts in-
dicates that, while planting
trees on an average-sized lot
can add between 7% and
15% to the land value, you
can risk reducing the value
by overdoing it.
The study shows that land
value increases at about
$300 per tree of six-inch
diameter or more, up to a
total of sixteen trees. The
next ten trees increases the
land value by only $200
apiece, and the 30th tree is
considered "worthless."
Any trees beyond the thirty
may actually REDUCE the
land value according to the
study.

PLANTING TREES on a
vacant lot can Increase
Its value, but too many
can reduce the value.
Please Phone
Ray A. Fox
or drop in at

CRANBROOK
ASSOCIATES, INC.

32440 Franklin Road
Franklin

Phone: 626-8700

Presented in cooperation with
Chase Manhattan of Michigan
rk, CHASE

Jim Linnane, Vice President

i

Bloomfield Hills: 313.645-6466

CHILDREN BARBIZON

WE WILL NOT
BE UNDERSOLD

the famous

baby

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me

31045 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, Michigan
855-3214

We accept Visa,
Mastercard and
American Express

Hours:
Mon.-Sat. 10-5
Thursday 10-8

YOUR BAR/BAT
MITZVAH

something special
when personally
photographed
by

MODELING & TALENT AGENCY

will conduct FREE private interviews and evaluations for
those 4 and older for their potential in training for TV corn-
mercials and modeling. The interviews and evaluations will
take place in the West Bloomfield studios of Barbizon on
Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and are by APPOINT-
MENT ONLY. For more information call now:

We've Moved To
West Bloomfield

o f SOUTHFIELD

4 1 an early detection center

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PHOTOGRAPHY

in the historic "Ward Eagle home"

29655 W. 14 Mile Rd.
Just W. of Middlebelt

932-1780

(313) 8555660

offering the most
accurate techniques for
detecting breast cancer
in its earliest stages

aCall (313) 350•3232

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25811 w. 12 mile • suite 202 • southfield

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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