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June 24, 1988 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-24

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HOUSE CALLS MADE
FOR NAIL AND FOOT CARE

IN THE

all pre-paid lodgings, van
transportation for baggage,
two experienced bicycle tour
leaders, selected meals, a
white water raft trip and a
Jeep tour on the adult trip
which takes place Aug. 15-24.
Lodging on the Colorado
tours is mostly camping, with
selected nights spent at inns.
Bicycling on the Colorado
tours average 35 miles per
day, with the option of in-
creasing individual daily
mileage. The student tour
takes place Aug. 2-11.
The weekend Lake
Michigan tours include two
nights' indoor lodging,
breakfasts and dinners firm
Friday night through Sunday
afternoon, sag wagons during
daily rides, plus swimming
(Lake Michigan or a heated
pool), tennis, golf, softball,
volleyball, Sleeping Bear
Dunes, and daily rides per in-
dividual preference, from five
to 90 miles. The weekend tour
is open to all cyclists,
regardless of ability, and is
designed to be an "end-of-
summer" vacation for
couples, families, singles, and
students. Tours will take
place Aug. 26-28, Sept. 16-18
and Sept. 30-Oct. 2.
For information, contact
College Cycle Tours,
357-1370.

Chai Lifestyles
To Join Rally

Chai Lifestyles will par-
ticipate in Detroit's annual
Gay and Lesbian Pride
Celebration on Sunday,
assembling at noon at Wood-
ward and Kirby for the
parade downtown. Banners,

signs, costumes, and floats

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DR. SEYMOURE BALAJ

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HOUSE CALLS BY A
JEWISH DOCTOR

are encouraged.

At 2 p.m., the group will ral-
ly at the Kern Block. From 3
to 8 p.m., there will be a
festival at Wayne State
University's McGregor
Center, which will include a
psychic fair, book fair, ex-
hibits, open-mike entertain-
ment, food and dancing.
There is no charge for the
parade and rally.
There will be a cover charge
for the festival at McGregor
and an additional charge on-
ly for the psychic fair and
food. Exhibitors, entertainers
and volunteers are welcome.
For information, contact Chai
Lifestyles, 837-8472.

Games Party
Due For Singles

851-7907

ROOT FOR
THE UNDERDOG

Hurt, alone. unwanted. They are
the victims of tragic accidents or .
intentional cruelty. Unfortunately.
the Michigan Humane Society
handles scores of these sad cases
daily. receiving hundreds of calls
reporting animals in distress. Our
rescue vans are on the mad thirteen
hours a day, seven days a week.
But our goal is around-the-clock
vigilance. These rescue efforts
and medical attention take money.
More than we have. Won't you
please help these underdogs?
They deserve a fighting chance.

MISSIE FASHIONS

CROSSWINDS MALL
4301 ORCHARD LAKE RD • STE 421
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48033

Give to the Michigan
Humane Sociefy.

7401 Chrysler [kJ let mil, MI 1.11

HOT SUMMER SAVINGS

Detroit
d72 -34,X,
Westland
7'21-73W
Auburn Mts.
852.74:d1

Four Chairs
Tab le
48" Glass P. V.0

$645.00
assorted colors
$499 95 reg.

A card/board game party
will be held at the home of
Aniko Greenstein on July 3
at 6 p.m. Singles ages 25 and
up are invited. Bring an item
for dinner. For information,
call Greenstein, 559-0492; or
Nathan Norman, 557-1548.

SAMSONITE
FURNITURE
30%
Sitting Pretty

Rafting
Is Planned

A weekend of white water
rafting (Canadian Style), in-
cluding windsurfing, kayak-
ing, canoeing, camping and
more, will take place July
29-31 on the Ottawa River
(Beachburg, Ont.). The fee in-
cludes meals, transportation
and activity costs. Registra-
tion deadline is July 6.
For information, contact
Leanie Gunsberg, 661-1000,
ext. 343, 347.

398-2815

Evergreen Plaza
19747 W. 12 Mile, Southfield

HRS: Mon: Sat. 10-6, Thurs. 10-8 • 552-8850

WE'RE MUCH MORE
THAN A MAILBOX

WE'RE POSTAL SERVICES

• Private Mailbox Service
• Ship, via UPS, Emery, Federal Express
• Packaging Service and Supplies

WE'RE BUSINESS SERVICES

LOCAL NEWS I

• Photocopies • Business Cards/Stationery
• Telephone Message Service-24 hrs. a day
• Secretarial and Word Processing

WE'RE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

• Western Union instant Money Transfers
• Telex and Fax Sending/receiving
• Money Orders • Telegraphs • Mailgrams

. . . AND WE'RE SO MUCH MORE!
• Passport Photos • Rubber Stamps • Etc.

Diane Lutz and Madelene Adelson

Auction Chairs Named

Madelene Adelson and
Diane Lutz have been ap-
pointed co-chairs for the 1988
auction for Hillel Day School.
This years' auction will be
held Nov. 5 at the school.
Other members of the auc-
tion steering committee are
Howard Tapper, Shelley

Shindler, Karin Steinway, Sue
Shlom, Ellen Kaye, Judy
Chudnov, Debbie Stern,
Leonard Wanetik, Sharon
and Paul Levine, Sydell
Grant, and Sue Rothstein.
Proceeds from the event
help underwrite scholarships
at Hillel.

BLOOMFIELD PLAZA

EVERGREEN PLAZA

7374433

559-1690



WEST BLOOMFIELD

352-6968

855-4082

6689 Orchard Lk. Rd.
(Maple & Orchard)

OFFER GOOD AT THESE LOCATIONS —

10% DISCOUNT OFF i

ANY PACKAGING ORDER

Exp. 7-31-88

LA MIRAGE MALL

29555 Northwestern Hwy.
(betwn. 12 and Inkster)

19827 W. 12 Mile
(at Evergreen)

6632 Telegraph
(at Maple)

Limit 1 per customer

JN

I

$2 OFF ANY

SELF-INKING RUBBER STAMP !

Exp. 7-31-88

Limit 1 per customer

JN

Postal and Business Services

MAIL BOXES ETC. USA®

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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