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June 10, 1994 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-10

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Metallic paint, cruise control, heated seats and more.

NEW '94 BMW
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Automatic, leather and more.

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Automatic, all season traction and more.

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Automatic, all season traction,
heated seats, ski bag and more.

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Automatic, all season traction,
heated seats, and more.

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*Leases based on closed end lease for 36 mo., subject to credit approval. $3000 dn., sec. dep. of $350 for 318i, $450 for 325ia, $450
for 525ia, $600 for 5301a, $650 for 740ia. License, title and taxes due at delivery. 10,000 miles per year, $.15 per mile over limit. Op-
tion to purchase at end of lease term at $14,199 for 318i, $19,355 for 325ia, $21,817 for 525ia, $26,216 for 530ia, and $34,400 for 7401a.
Total payments equal to ad price plus 6% times 36. See dealer for maintenance agreement details. Scheduled maintenance applies to
525ia, 530ia and 740ia. 318i - Stk #434410, 325ia - Stk #445000 525ia - Stk #445600, 530ia - Stk #414800, 740ia - Stk #415210.

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FRAME page 49

information on finding jobs, de-
signing marketable art and sell-
ing opportunities to Russian
immigrant artists joining the
Michigan Jewish community.
"We're one of the oldest frame
shops in the area, and we have
a divergence of products and a
highly skilled staff," Mr. Feig said
about what he can offer cus-
tomers. "We specialize more in
the conservation of what is
brought in rather than the cheap-
est way of putting something on
a wall."
In conserving picture frames,
Mr. Feig works to maintain their
original integrity, stabilizing each
frame to keep the original surface
and structure while giving it sup-
port and continuity.
Restoring involves taking off
the old finish and putting on a
new one.
"The most interesting project I
had with a religious theme was
making a frame for a picture of
Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the Birm-
ingham Temple," he said. "The
Tony Spina photo celebrates the
rabbi's 65th birthday, and it now
hangs in the lobby of the temple.
"We selected a frame that I
had, but it wasn't dramatic
enough - so I got some lumber
and made it wider."
Recently Mr. Feig was asked
to frame a hand-blown mezuzah
as well as a Book of Esther print-
ed in a pattern to show a woman
praying over candles. He also has
encased paper cutouts designed
in Israel.
Among the special mementos
for which he has crafted frames
are 1912 steamship tickets from
Russia, an original parchment
signed by Napoleon, land grant
documents, antique reading glass-
es, a beaded purse from the '20s
and a violin played 60 years ago.
"I had a customer whose hus-
band had passed away, and the
last thing she got from him was
a Valentine's Day card," he re-
called. "We framed it to be dis-
played so that both sides of the
card could be seen."

There are few framing requests
Mr. Feig has had to turn down.
An example, however, involved a
newspaper that seemed too shred-
ded to survive even if carefully en-
cased.
The largest frame Mr. Feig has
made was for the state library in
Lansing. It set off a landscape on
a canvas measuring 10 feet by 20
feet. Nearly six days of labor were
needed to complete the frame,
which had to be put together in
one piece so that it could be dis-
played properly.
"People are getting more and
more at ease about using larger
frames," Mr. Feig said about
framing trends. "The advent of
aluminum frames in the mid-'50s
started a trend for very narrow
frames.

"It's a revival of an
ancient art."

-Jerome Feig

"The hardest thing is trying to
help people who don't know what
they want, and can't make up
their minds. Sometimes we have
customers come in as we're as-
sembling frames to double check
so we can make fine-tuning ad-
justments."
Mr. Feig, who is on the Berkley
Beautification Committee and an
art adviser for the Channel 56
auction, admits to crafting some
frames that are not what he
would choose but are to the cus-
tomers' liking.
Working with wallpaper sam-
ples and fabric swatches to match
colors, he gears individual frames
to either blend with a room decor
or set off an object to emphasize
a work of art.
For those seeking frames in
line with projected styles, Mr.
Feig recommends antique ap-
pearances in custom designs and
multiple tones in mass-produced
varieties.

LEADING ISRAELI STOCKS
TRADED 0 N U.S. EXCHANGES

Symbol Name
SCIXF
Scitex
ECI Telecom
ECILF
Teva Pharm
TEVIY
PEC Israel
IEC
Elba Computers
ELBTF
ELT
Elscint LTD
ELRNF Elron Electronics
Tadiran
TAD
Comverse
CMVT
Lannet Data
LANTF
First Israel Fund
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Exchange
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NYSE
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May 27
$16.13
'17.75
$24.25
'27.75
'28.25
'2.50
'13.00
'17.63
$9.00
`7.38
'14.00

June 3
$16.68
$17.88
'24.50
'26.75
'24.50
'2.38
'12.38
'16.13
'8.75
'6.50
'13.50

Change
+$0.55
+$0.13
+$0.25
-$1.00
-$4.00
-'0.13
-$0.63
-$1.50
-$0.25
5 0.88

Source: Allen °lender, Prudential Securities, West Bloomfield.

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