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August 16, 1991 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-16

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REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

CREATIVE

Ray A. Fox, Licensed Realtor

A

RTS /

AVOID FINANCIAL HEADACHES

Shepherd of Farmington
Hills. Great-grandmother is
Esther Kaufman of Planta-
tion, Fla. Hope Sarah (Chana
Sarah) is named in loving
memory of her maternal
grandfather, Harvey Peskin,
and her maternal great-
grandmother, Sophie Peskin,
and paternal great-grand-
father, Samuel Shepherd.

Howard and
JUNE 20
Leslie Hess announce the
birth of a daughter, Jordan
Alyssa Hess, sister to Zakery.
Loving grandparents are Nor-
ma and Otto Hess and Norma
and Paul Kistler. Proud
great-grandmother is Tillie
Kay.



Michele
JUNE 16
(Mandell) and Seymour Gutt-
man of West Bloomfield are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their son, Nickolas
Michael, brother to Ryan and
Jason. Proud grandparents
are Al and Lorraine Rohan
and Rose and Iry Guttman of
West Bloomfield. Nickolas is
named in loving memory of
his great-uncle, Joe Guttman.



Debbie (Stoler)
JUNE 11
and Andy Colman of Bloom-
field Hills joyfully announce
the birth of their daughter,
Brooke Erin, sister to Jodie
Michelle. Proud grandparents
are Maxine and Bill Stoler of
Farmington Hills and Dody
and Arthur Colman of South-
field. Proud great-grand-
mother is Ida Logan of Farm-
ington Hills. Brooke Erin is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-grand-
mother, Rose Stoler.



JUNE 9
Alon and Shari
(Ferber) Kaufman welcome
with much love their son
Jonathan Andrew (Yonatan
Aryeh). Proud big brother is
Daniel Lev. Jonathan's proud
grandparents are Mirem and
Fred Ferber of West Bloom-
field and Halina and Shimon
Kaufman of Tel Aviv, Israel.
Delighted great-grandmother
is Rose Ferber of Oak Park.
Jonathan is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-great-uncle, Jacob Fer-
ber, and his paternal great-
grandfather, Aryeh Kaufman.



JUNE 4
Dr. Glenn and
Libby (Robbins) Rochlen of
Bayside, N.Y., joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Amanda Paige. Pro-
ud grandparents are Arthur
Rochlen of Southfield, Rita
Robbins of Bayside, N.Y.,
and Michael Robbins of
Manhattan. Amanda is nam-
ed in loving memory of her
paternal grandmother, Adel-
ine Rochlen.



QUESTION: I have a
good "gift of gab" selling
plumbing supplies. Why
shouldn't I sell my own
'
home and save the commis
sion.

-

ANSWER: It takes a lot
more than a "gift of gab"
to sell a home properly to-
day. It's a big financial
undertaking and takes a lot
of specialized education
and financial training to
prepare one's self to do the
job professionally.
Realtors know that many
sales are lost strictly for
want of proper financing.
They also know the intri-
cate methods and sources of
financing. Your home is
probably your most valu-
able asset. The best way to
sell it is the professional
way — through a Realtor.

FOR

KIDS °

KNOWLEDGE OF FI-
NANCING Is vital In sell-
ing property In today's
market. You can't rely on
a "gift of gab."

'Creative Arts For Kids With Sue" presents
a unique enrichment program allowing
children, ages 4 and up, to explore and
experiment using clay to hand - build
pottery; become introduced to story
telling and creative drama; work with
3-dimensional arts and crafts; enjoy
creative movement and engage
in mixed-media drawing.

Flexible Fall
Schedules
Available

Please Phone
Ray A. Fox
or drop in at

CRANBROOK
ASSOCIATES, INC.

Children
Ages 4
and Up

32440 Franklin Road
Franklin

Phone: 626-8700

For More Information
Call Sue Katz

Presented in cooperation with

661-5293

CHASE

Chase Manhattan of Michigan

(Licensed)

Philip Spina, Second Vice President

Bloomfield Hills: 313-645.6466

NE

YOUR VINTAGE WRISTWATCH
COULD BE WORTH $10,000

PERSONAL
ATTENTION

WE NEED THE FOLLOWING
MEN'S WATCHES

TO

CORPORATE

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BREITLING
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GIFT SOLUTIONS

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1393 S. WOODWARD AVD, BIRM., MI 48009

BUYING OLD
To Sell A Watch Phone: (313)644-8565
FOUNTAIN PENS
"SELL WHERE THE DEALERS SELL"
Licensed Metro Dealer 35 Years,

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THE JEWISH NEWS

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NOW
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(with ad)

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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