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December 19, 1980 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-19

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58 Friday, December 19, 1980

25—EMPLOYMENT

22—TRANSPORTATION

Half load of furniture going
to Florida — will take an-
other half load anywhere
South.

778-6972

23—INSTRUCTIONS

PROFESSIONAL piano in-
'structions. Lessons in your
home. 557-6073, 557-9146.

Violin-Viola and beginning
piano lessons given in my
home, for all ages. Time
may be arranged.

967 2052

-

Get your best score on SAT,
LSAT, GMAT & MCAT. Call
Wendy Thoryn at Reading Ef-
ficienct Programs.

531-4824

25—EMPLOYMENT

EXPERIENCED Shampoo per-
son. 3 days per week. Oak Park
shop. 543-2488.

CLERICAL position open.
Work in interesting, diver-
sified department of JCC.
Typing and general office
work. 30 hrs. per week.

661-1000, ext. 216

Counselors, Junior Coun-
selors, Counselors in
Training, Supervisors,
Specialists and Water
Safety Instructors for the
1981 summer programs of
the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit. For applications or
more information call
THE JEWISH -
COMMUNITY CENTER

Group Services Dept.

661-1000

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PHARMACIST
Interested in partnership is
sought by expanding
pharmacy group. Salary
commensurate with ex-
perience and needs.
Benefits. Serious inquiries
only.
Call David
537-3970
10 am-7 pm

SALES

Do You Have Initiative,
Mature Judgment and
Sales Ability, with or
Without Experience?

COMPLETE TRAINING
AND REGULAR INCOME
WHILE YOU LEARN.

Write In Confidence, Giv-
ing Background, to
#2236

The Jewish News

17515 W. Nine Mile
Ste. 865
Southfield, MI 48075

25—EMPLOYMENT

Someone to prepare
breakfasts after morning
minyan. Hours 6 am-9 am,
6 days a week.
Call 352-8670
for appt.

BOOKKEEPER
Skilled in accounts receiv-
able and accounts pay-
able. Travel agency ex-
perience a plus. Full time.
Excellent benefits.
Call Mrs. Simons
557-5145

Part-time receptionist, 15-18
hours per week. Tuesday,
Thursday, 2-8 p.m., Sunday 8
a.m. to 2 p.m.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CLUB
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

661-1000, ext. 271

25-A—EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

Jewish

Community Center
6600 W. Maple Rd.
W. Bloomfield

661-1000, ext. 251

28-A—HOUSEHOLD
GOODS FOR SALE

ACCOUNTANT - BOOK-
KEEPER seeks permanent full
time position. 567-0249.

Beautiful decorator tradi-
tional sofa, Baker tables,
lamps, draperies, Tiffany
hanging lamp, antiques
and accessories, portable
air filters, humidifier, etc.

PRIVATE NURSE'S AIDE
Excellent references. Let
me help keep your loved
one at home. Last job 3 1/2
years.
531-2690
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I

HOME NURSING

First class nursing
ca re in the home,
hospital or nursing
home.

0 Aides, companions,

0 LPNs, RNs are avail-

0

able for immediate
placement.

0

0 DEPENDABLE

Health Care

464-6116

Private
Experienced
Nurse's Aides wish 5 day
week. Night-day shift. All
areas. $5.00 per hour.

Call 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

PRE-SCHOOL
TEACHER needed 3
days a week, early
childhood endorse-
ment preferred. Inter-
views on Mon. and
Tues., Dec. 22 and
23. Bring resume to
Group Services, 9:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

25-A—EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

272-2824

835-6856

Care for loved one in hos-
pital or home. Experi-
enced Nurses' Aides,
LPN's and, RN's, im-
mediately available.
Low cost
24 hour service

PRO CARE ONE

569-4400

One capable high school
senior, who loves kids, seeks
one mom needs help, start-
ing December 24. Salary
negotiable.
Call Lori at 557-7018

24 hour coverage

000

25 B

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CHILD CARE

Call Liberty Agency for
daily or vacation-care of
infants, children, conva-
lescents and elderly. Also
pet sitting in your home.

455-6830

27-A—ANTIQUES
FOR SALE

Furniture and Antiques.

Management potential with high earnings for qualified individuals in our
National Real Estate Organization.

For confidential interview call:
Mr. Bernard Ackerman, Vice President

855-2700

MARDI BUSCH
855-3497

We Sell Your Furnishings
In Your Home
With Dignity And Efficiency

JOIN THE COMPANY WITH THE "KNOW HOW" AND
PROVEN SALES SUCCESS IN CHANGING MARKETS
AND FLUCTUATING ECONOMIES.
OUR CREATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL MARKETING
PROGRAMS WITH SPECIALIZED TRAINING MAKES
THE DIFFERENCE.

REALTOR

Hunters Sales, Inc.

KEIN
'HERMAN FRAN
ORGANIZATION

MODEL FURNITURE SALE

OUTSTANDING VALUE—
ONE WEEK ONLY

FURNITURE — Dre-
xel, Heritage, Ethan
Allen, etc. Lamps,
carpets, draperies,
accessories, mirrors,
paintings and light fix-
tures.
ONE WEEK ONLY

MONDAY, DEC. 15
SATURDAY,
DEC. 20th
12 Noon-5 p.m.

4539 ROLLING RIDGE RD.

The Parkside Model

located in the park at
Bloomfield Lake, bet.
Middlebelt and Orchard
Lake Rd., S. of Lone Pine
Rd.

1 W. BLOOMFIELD

28-B—WANTED TO -
BUY HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

AZAR'S

28-A—HOUSEHOLD
GOODS FOR SALE

BEA RUBIN
569-6061

An opportunity for licensed persons to interview for a lucrative position
with America's largest and most successful condominium developer and
sales organization — Now expanding into the viable North Suburban
Area.

352-8969

778-6972

TASTEFULLY DONE BY

CONDOMINIUM SALES

29121 FARMBROOK VILLA LANE

Farmbrook Villa Apts. bet.
Northwestern & 13 Mile Rd.

We buy and sell used

HOUSE HOLD SALES

PROFESSIONAL

SALE SAT. & SUN.,
DEC. 20 & 21 —
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

THE PROFESSIONALS

2 original modern de-
signer chairs — retail new
$3,200 each. 9 ft. long
hand crafted dining table.
Will sacrifice.
335-1653

ORIENTAL RUGS
AND ANTIQUES

Buy—sell—
trade—appraise—
wash—repair

644-7311

251 E. MERRILL
Downtown
Birmingham

25-A—EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

There is a difference; we care at

ABCARE

Owned & Operated by
RITA RUBIN, R.N.

Specializing in total patient care for . . . Home -
Hospital - Nursing Facilities. R.N.'s, L.P.N.'s.
Aides, Companions, Newborn Care. Physical,
Respiratory, Occupational and Speech
Therapists. Home Podiatry Visits
24 Hour Coverage

CALL 424-8377

28-B—WANTED TO
BUY HOUSEHOLD
GOODS

CASH

For old pendulum clocks,
watches — any condition,
antiques, old tools,
glassware, dishes, furni-
ture, old guns, trunks, old
war relics, knives, razors.
Complete contents of
home of fine furniture. Old
jewelry. Store contents or
antique shop.
Call TOM
21 years of fair dealings.
941-3866

28-F—APPAREL
FOR SALE

Matching Russian Fox
skins for glamorous
shawls. Brown Nutria fur ,
coat — large. Original B
tic Amber.
549-3850

29—CARS FOR SALE

1976 Oldsmobile station
wagon, Custom Cruiser, 9
passenger, full power.
New shocks, brakes,
exhaust. Excellent condi-
tion. Air, no srust. $1,795.
Firm.
626-1494

30-D—BOOK SALES

The best deal
You'll ever get
ON
ENCYCLOPEDIA
BRITANNICA
358-1090

40—BUSINESS CARDS

BLOWING FUSES?
SHORT CIRCUITED?

CALL DOCTOR ELECTRIC

358-2893

NO JOB TOO SMALL

MR. FIX-IT ALL

The money saver for everything.
Install - Repair - Paint - Heat -
Insulation - Alarm - Garage
Doors, etc.

TR 1-8575
ANCHOR ACCOUNTING
& TAX SERVICES
Complete Service -
Business and Individuals.
Allen Beckerman
626-4365
355-4170

1 FURNITURE

REPAIR

Finishing - Upholstering

No Job TOO Large
or Too Small

In Your Home or
In Our Shop

FREE ESTIMATES

Quality work done at
reasonable prices.

Call MEL

642-5682

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