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January 03, 2003 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-03

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M.B. Jewelry Design

creates unique jewelry at affordable prices.
Each piece is designed to fit the customer's
hand Or body with balance and comfort
integrated into the design.

Quality worksinanship and material are
most important. Front design to finish, styles are
worked until they meet our standards.

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M.B. Jewell)' Design is committed to provide
the best jewelry at affordable prices.

espite the January gray skies, cold weather and slush, our
city manages to glow this time of the year because of the
North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Now
in its 15th year, the event showcases new automobiles
and the philanthropic spirit of metropolitan Detroit. Automakers will
introduce more than 60 new vehicles, and The Charity Preview, the
world's largest annual single-night charity event, is expected to raise
more than $6 million for 11 local children's charities. The NAIAS
reports that Comerica Chief Economist David Littmann estimates
that the economic impact from the auto show could be $460 million.
Again, to pique your interest, Style at the
Jewish News unveils the trendiest new cars at
all price points. Read about a $16,000
Honda that has room enough to transport all
the dorm gear to college and a $64,000 lux-
ury Audi that combines a sport look with
elegance.
Although many of our readers are pas-
sionate about their automobiles, just as
many are passionate about collections. Rita
Haddow of West Bloomfield has numerous
collections — boxes, flower frogs, Roseville
pottery, tiles, tapes and rhinoceroses. Yes,
rhinoceroses. Writer Marj Levin inter-
viewed this community leader with her fascinating collection.
Another writer, Susan Tawil, covered the annual Akiva Hebrew
Day School Chinese Auction. According to Tawil, the folks at Akiva
know how to put fun into fundraising.
At Style at the Jewish News, we wish you a happy, healthy and fun
New Year.

Sincerely,

Some stores sell designer jewelry.
At M.B. Jewelry, we are the designers.

(248) 356-7007

M.B. JEWELRY DESIGN
& MFG. LTD.

Applegate Square • 29847 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield, MI 48034

www.mbjewelrydesign.com

4 • JANUAIZY 2003 • STYLE

JN

Carla Schwartz

COVER: 1933 Duesenberg. Original acrylic painting 42" x 64" on canvas by artist Tom Hale,

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