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March 20, 1987 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-20

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AMAZING MARKETPLACE

Hadassah Has
75th Anniversary

Hadassah will celebrate its
75th diamond jubilee an-
niversary, 7:30 p.m. April 4,
at the Henry Ford Museum
in Greenfield Village, Dear-
born.
The organization has taken
over the museum for the eve-
ning and will have models in
period costumes, floral dis-
plays, a cocktail buffet and
guest celebrities.
For information, call De-
bbie Canvasser, 553-3835.

HOUSEHOLD GOODS
FOR SALE

EMPLOYMENT WANTED

COMP ANION/AIDE seeks
ployment to elderly person.
babysitting, no weekends.
1/23
erences. 883-0917
1 REFERENCES, own
asportation. Will care for el-
ly or 2/3 days laundry,
aning & light cooking. 838-
1/23
4
ABLE CLEANING
se, office, apart-
Bonded. In-
iurs. 273-9142

BUYING OR SELLING FUR-
NITURE? Call TEL N SELL - A
classified telephone informa-
tion service for fine pre-owned
2
furniture & more. 737-227
--
ANTIQUE ORIENTAL SEC-
RETARY with matching chair
circa 1910. Wonderful condi-
tion. $600. or best offer. Call
UFN
644-7030 after 6 p.m.

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PAINTING, plaster repairs,
wall washing, wallpaper re-
moving• Experienced
AUTOS TRANSPORTED to petitive. 544-3118.
and from Florida. Michigan
UFN
B & C DECORATINC
Auto. 313-398-6622.
ing. Interior -
RELIABLE SERVICE to and
dential ^
m Metro Airport. For infor-
reservations call yrs.
- 357-511 2 .

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Topics In Series

COMPUTER REP APRs
C' Ex-
prices on n ew R.s.
perienced. Competitive.
3425
PERSONAL COMP
tems Analysis & De,
AUTOMOBILES
area networks. Offir
1984 ELDORADO BIARRITZ - tion, Desktop
Bose sound, astro-roof, digital Communicatic
dash, dark blue exterior, red 2248 anytime.
11erior. Excellent con-
leather int
dition. $,500. 646-0824 1'23 RAY'S HO ?
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re
SERVICES

VIOLIN LESSONS - For be-
ginners & advanced. Highly
professional. Please call 354-
1,30
1213

UFN

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
discuss "Wallace Stevens:
The Romantic Realist," 2:30
p.m. Sunday. He will discuss
"Lenin, Stalin and Russia,"
from Utopia in Power by
Mikhail Heller, 10 a.m.
Thursday.
There is a charge for both
events, which will take place
at the Somerset Mall Au-
ditorium, Troy.

THE JEWISH NEWS'

AMAZING MARKETPLACE...

Singles Mission
Set For Israel

A limited number of seats
remain for the United Jewish
Appeal's National Singles
Mission to Israel, July 5-15.
Sponsored locally by the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Young Adult Division, the
mission is open to men and
women age 25 to 40. A pre-
mission to Prague is also
available, and departs July 1.
Interested singles will be
invited to an information
meeting 7:30 p.m. March 29.
Richard Broder and
Nathan Leader are Detroit
Singles Mission co-chairmen.
Larry Rives is chairman of
the YAD Missions Commit-
tee.
For information, call the
Young Adult Division at
Federation, 965-3939.

East Europe
Tours Offered

New York — El Al Israel
Airlines is offering two new
tours designed to bring Jews
back to their Polish and
Czechoslovakian-Hungarian
ancestral roots — the Jewish
Heritage Tours. Travelers
will begin their journey in
Eastern Europe (Poland or
Czechoslovakia-Hungary) and
will continue on to Israel
where they will spend five
nights in Jerusalem, three
nights in Tel Aviv and two
nights in the Galilee.

PAYS OFF
WITH
INTEREST

Attract the interest of your friends and neighbors with an ad in
The Jewish News' Amazing Marketplace. It's the one classified
advertising section that's read by practically everyone in our
community. The Amazing Marketplace is the local source for
everything from lawn and home services to stereos, employment
opportunities and babysitters. Remember, our readers have more
confidence in The Jewish New's than in any other local publication.
That's why they depend on The Jewish News Amazing Marketplace
for the best values and services. So place an ad, for as little as $6.50,
that pays off with the interest of people you know and trust. Call
354-6060 and reserve ad space, today!

Place Your Special Ad In The Amazing Marketplace.

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