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July 10, 1987 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-10

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SINGLE LIFE

AMAZING MARKETPLACE


EMPLOYMENT WANTED

HOUSEHOLD GOODS
FOR SALE

COMPUTER REPAIR. Dis-
count prices on new PC's. Ex-
ginners & advanced. Highly
perienced. Competitive. '
professional. Please call 354-
3425
1/30
1213—
PERSONAL COMP
tems Analysis & De.
AUTOMOBILES
- area networks. Offer
1984 ELDORADO BIARRITZal tion, Desktop
Bose sound, astro-roof, git
Communicatic
dash, dark blue exterior, red 2248 anytime.
leather interior. Excellent con-
dition. $11,500. 646-0824 1123 RAY'S HO?
ME,
rc'
SERVICES

VIOLIN LESSONS - For be-

COMP ANION/AIDE seeks
BUYING OR SELLING FUR-
ployment to elderly person. NITURE? Call TEL N SELL - A
babysitting, no weekends.
classified telephone informa-
1/23
erences. 883-0917
tion service for fine pre-owned
1 REFERENCES, own furniture & more. 737-2272
e gsportation. Will care for el-
ANTIQUE ORIENTAL SEC-
ly or 2/3 days laundry,
RETARY with matching chair
ning & light cooking. 838- circa 1910. Wonderful condi-
1/23
4
tion. $600. or best offer. Call
UFN
.BLE CLEANING 644-7030 after 6 p.m.
PAINTING, plaster repairs,
se, office, apart-
wall washing, wallpaper re-
c:d. Bonded. In-
TRANSPORTATIO N
moving. Experienced.
Airs. 273-9142
AUTOS TRANSPORTED to petitive. 544-3118.
2/6
and from Florida. Michigan
UFN
B & C DECORATING'
care
Auto. 313-398-6622.
ing. Interior -
e
RELIABLE SERVICE to and
dential ^ '
m Metro Airport. For infor-
yrs. P
rvations
call
rese
- 357-5112.

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UFN

THE JEWISH NEWS'

AMAZING MARKETPLACE...

Socialites Have
Dinner-Dance

The Rose Sherer Socialites
will celebrate their 32nd an-
niversary with a dinner-
dance on July 18 at the Fur-
niture Club. Cocktails will be
served at 6:30 p.m. followed
by dinner at 7:30 p.m. Dance
music will be provided by the
Ed Peltz Trio.
Friends are invited, there is
a charge and reservations are
a must.
For reservations, call Betty
Brown, 546-6779, or Presi-
dent Dorothy Goldberg,
548-6850.

Picnic Due
For Singles

Cong. B'nai Israel Singles
will have a picnic at Meadow
Brook on July 25. Pre-paid
reservations are due by
Thursday. For details, call the
synagogue, 681-5353; or
Sheila Miller, 661-2924.

LOCAL NEWS

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!

Alan Feuer

Feuer Elected
To Board

Place Your Special Ad In The Amazing Marketplace.

THE JEWISH 41 NEWS
14,,,

No 07144 4a4444 Ave

88

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1987

Public affairs consultant
Alan Feuer was elected to the
board of trustees of Benn-
ington College during June
commencement weekend at
the college in southern
Vermont.

Feuer, 34, served in the
Blanchard administration as
deputy director of the first
Michigan Youth Corps, and as
consultant to the Governor's
Program to Rebuild Michigan
for the past three years He is
the former executive director
of Common Cause in
Michigan. Feuer will join the
board at its fall meeting.

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