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August 13, 1993 - Image 18

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-13

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Federal Fireplace'

Barbecue & Patio Furniture

Detroit

WAREHOUSE

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Community Council

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CLEARANCE
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OFF sale &

regular price

SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY

Warehouse hours: Sat-10am - 5 pm / Sun -11am - 5 pm

Our warehouse will be open to the public with 25,000
sq. ft. of incredible savings on display

ALL PATIO FURNITURE AT

Plus BBQ's, BBQ accessories, umbrellas, chairs,
tables, and more...

12 Mile

ALSO
SPECIAL FIREPLACE
SAVINGS ON...

Twelve Oaks Mall

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Superior Pre-Fab Fireplaces,
Gas Logs, Hundreds of
Fireplace glass doors, wood
mantels, brass accessories
and more...

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Bring in your fireplace
measurements and
model number.

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scratch & dents

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Cancelled orders

If Stuff you can't find anywhere

Demos & floor models

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Or, visit any of our 3 stores for our Warehouse Clearance Sale

FEDERAL FIREPLACE

Sale Ends Monday August 16, 1993 at 8 pm

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Novi Rd. at 10 mile

prior sales & special orders excluded • In Stock only • All sales final

SOUTHFIELD STERLING HTS.

Southfield at 12 Mile

VanDyke at 16 Mile

348-9300
557-3344
268-8222
Store Hours: Mon. -Fri. 10am-8pm
Sat. 10am-7pm. Sun. llam-5pm

Paul D. Borman during his JCCouncil tenure.

Borman Nominated
For U.S. Court

KIMBERLY LIFTON STAFF WRITER
aul D. Borman, a
Jewish community
activist who is the
chief federal defender
for the Legal Aid &
Defender Association of
Detroit, this week was nom-
inated to one of three open
federal judgeships for the
Eastern District of
Michigan.
His name, along with
those of Wayne County
Circuit Court Judge Denise
Page Hood and Detroit
lawyer John Corbett
O'Meara, has been submit-
ted to President Bill Clin-
ton. The nominations,
expected to take several
months to process, are
pending Senate approval.
The nominees were
selected by Michigan Sens.
Carl Levin and Donald
Riegle from a list of 38.
Once approved, Mr.
Borman will join a U.S.
District Court of 13 active
judges. Of them, four are
Jewish. They are Avern
Cohn, Bernard Friedman,
Gerald Rosen and Nancy
Edmunds.
Three bench positions
have opened due to two fed-
eral judges accepting senior
status. Federal Judge
Stuart Newblatt, also
Jewish, and Federal Judge
George Woods, will remain
on the court in less active
roles.
The other open bench
seat to be filled follows last
year's retirement of Federal
Judge Horace Gilmore.
Mr. Borman learned of
his nomination for the life
appointment early this

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week in a phone call from
Mr. Riegle.
"I was overwhelmed," Mr.
Borman said. "This is like a
dream that came true."
Mr. Borman, 54, of West
Bloomfield, has worked as a
federal prosecutor, a state
prosecutor, a federal defend-
er, special counsel to former
Detroit Mayor Jerome
Cavanagh and in the legal
department of the U.S.
Commission on Civil Rights
in Washington, D.C.
He served as house coun-
sel for his family's business,
Borman's Inc., which oper-
ated the Farmer Jack
Supermarket chain until
A & P purchased the compa-
ny.
The son of the late Tom
and Sarah Borman said his
parents would be proud.
"They encouraged what
I've done," he said. "I am
committed to the criminal
justice system, to civil
rights, to the separation of
church and state. The menu
of issues is significant. This
job is significant."

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--\

"This is like a
dream come true."

Paul D. Borman

He has been a visiting
professor at the University
of Michigan Law School
since 1981, teaching a semi-
nar on white-collar crime.
He also was a former profes-
sor of law at Wayne State
University Law School, and
he served as assistant dean
from 1968 to 1974.

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