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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-03

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AMAZING MARKETPLACE

How To Advertise

Special Friend

'lb advertise to almost everyone in our com-
munity in this amazing classified section,
simply call 354-5959 by noon on Tuesday.
These advertisements may be charged over
the phone to your MasterCard or Visa credit
cards or you may mail in your ad with a check
to The Jewish News, 27676 Franklin Road,
Southfield, Michigan 48034. We cannot bill
for these ads.
Our classified "liners" cost 90' per word;
there is a $9.00 minimum. Use of a box num-
ber costs an additional $3.50 for handling
and postage.
For Display Advertising rates, please call
354-6060.

The Special Friend Program of the Jewish Family Service
seeks to match interested adults with children in need of
role models and companionship. If you would like to make
a difference in the life of a child, please call Marcy
Schneider, Program Manager, Volunteer Service Depart-
ment, Jewish Family Service at 559-4046. Your time is the
most valuable gift you can give.

Nine year old girl in need
of female role model. En-
joys school and par-
ticipates in a variety of
after school events.

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE

SHARE LIVING
QUARTERS

PERSONALS

All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject
to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal
to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status
or national origin, or intention to make any such
preferences, limitations or discrimination.
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All
persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertis-
ed in this newspaper are available on an equal opportun-
ity basis.

Project Sherut

The Hebrew word `sherue means service. Project Sherut pro-
vides in-kind goods and services to community service
organizations. Each week, we will publish requests for need-
ed items. Persons interested in helping to meet these needs
should contact Miriam Imerman at The Jewish Community
Council at 962-1880. Also, organizations or groups in need
of in-kind services should contact The Jewish Community
Council.

VCR, TV-VCR STAND ON
WHEELS, CAMERA
WITH TRIPOD. SPACE —
Room to Grow is a non-
sectarian community ser-
vice project of the National
Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section.
SPACE provides peer sup-
port for men, women and
their children who are ex-
periencing the emotional
transition caused by death
or divorce. SPACE services
include support groups for
adults, a children's pro-
gram named Rainbows For
All Children, monthly
workshops, retreats and an
annual symposium. For its
training programs, SPACE
needs a VCR, a TV-VCR
stand on wheels and a
camera with a tripod.

TABLE TOP COPIER,
XEROGRAPHIC PAPER,
LEGAL PADS, FILE
FOLDERS, ETC. Respond,
Inc. provides information
and referral services to vic-
tims of domestic violence
and their abusive partners.
Respond's primary pro-
gram is its court-ordered
referral system for abusive
partners in Wayne County
District and Circuit
Courts. The agency also
receives referrals from
hospitals, other social ser-
vice agencies, corporate
employee assistance pro-
grams, crisis lines, shelter
programs and self referrals.
Respond, Inc. needs a table-
top plain paper copier, let-
ter and legal-sized Xero-

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MASSAGE. REFLEX-
OLOGY. Professional. Expe-
rienced. References. Home
Service Gift Certificates. 778-
3409

ROOMS FOR RENT

M.S.U. STUDENTS.
Michigan State University
Hillel Jewish Student Coop-
erative. $220 per month in-
cludes your own room, all
utilities (except phone), full
kitchen privileges, free laun
dry, free parking. Close to
campus. 402 Linden Street. 1-
517-332-1916

SOUTHFIELD. 11 Mile,
Greenfield. Large room,
house privileges. $325. in-
cluding utilities. 557-0254

SHARE LIVING
QUARTERS

SEEKING
LIGHTHEARTED 25-30
year old professional female
to share 2 bedroom apart-
ment, 12 Mile- Northwestern.
Linda, 557-6151.

graphic paper, legal pads,
file folders, a 30-cup coffee
maker and a company to
donate the the services of
a part-time secretary, ap-
proximately six hours per
week.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1990

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL
wanted to share desirable 2
bedroom, 2 bath Southfield
apartment. 357-3349

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL
wanted to share desirable 3
bedroom West Bloomfield
home. Lake privileges. $300.
monthly. 737-3314

-

NON-SMOKING FEMALE
wanted to share 2 bedroom, 2
bath West Bloomfield apart-
ment. Washer/dryer in unit,
attached garage. 932-3311

VOLUNTEERS, KIT-
CHEN ITEMS, MICRO-
WAVE OVENS, PAPER
GOODS, ETC. Wellness
House is the only residen-
tial program in Michigan
for people with AIDS who
are living outside of a
hospital setting. Wellness
House provides housing
and support services for
AIDS sufferers who cannot
afford housing, are capable
of independent living and
are compatible with a
group living situation.
Wellness House needs vol-
unteers (most crucially),
kitchen items, microwave
ovens, placements, nap-
kins, tableclothes, foot-
stools, ottomans, bathroom
items, beds and bed linens,
throw rugs, lamps and
small casette players.

ROOMMATE WANTED to
share apartment. Smoker ok.
Reasonable rent. 360-4583

APARTS-CONDOS
FOR RENT

DELUXE LAKEFRONT
Bloomfield Hills Condo. Fur-
nished two bedroom, two
bath. $750 month. Call
JoAnne, 689-7700 or home
851-5975.

NORTH SOUTHFIELD
Condo. Two bedroomms, 2
baths. Central air. $550
month. 1 year lease required.
540-1964.

PINE LAKE. Small designer
furnished unique 1 bedroom, 1
bath studio duplex on 2 acre
wooded site facing lake. West
Bloomfield. Includes linens,
houseware, cable T.V., boat,
etc. $900. monthly plus
utilities. Available Septem-
ber 1. References. 681-6479

No THE

014A

VACATION
RENTALS

OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT

CHARLEVOIX CONDO.
Three bedrooms, three baths.
Nice amenities. On Pine
River Channel. "Captain's
Watch". Available weekly
August 18 thru September 1.
313-288-6141 or 616-547-
6317.

CANTON, MI. North Canton
Plaza, Warren and Sheldon
Roads. Excellent demograph-
ics/location. Space available:
1,660 square feet plus 1,305
sqare feet. Call 313-930-5398
for information.

HARBOR SPRINGS. Deluxe
condo sleeps 12. On lake.
$925. per week. Available
August 12 thru September 8.
855-2466

STORE FOR LEASE

SCOTTSDALE ARIZONA.
Beautiful new two bedroom
condo in resort setting near
Mayo Clinic. Available
monthly. 661-1282 661-0592.

CANTON, MI. North Canton
Plaza, Warren and Sheldon
Roads. Excellent demograph-
ics/location. Retail space
available: 1,200 square feet
plus 3,000 square feet. Call
313-930-5398 for informa-
tion.

Family To Family

The Family To Family program, a joint project of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women and Women's Division of
the Jewish Welfare Federation, has been successful in con-
necting many families in the Detroit area with Soviet Jewish
newcomers. We have a special need now for senior friend-
ship. Your lives would be greatly enriched if you reached
out to welcome these wonderful people. Won't you please join
us in this exciting program? Please contact NCJW 258-6000
to connect with one of the seniors listed below.

Charming couple in their
mid-late sixties from Len-
ingrad. He was a mech-
anical engineer and she
was a teacher. Both are
interested in music and
art and both speak Yid-
dish and some English.
They've been here since
February.

Professional couple from
Kharkov in their early
sixties with varied in-
terests, including stamp
collecting and photo-
graphy. They can com-
municate a little in
English and have been
here since March.

FAMILY-TO-FAMILY

Lovely couple from
Minsk. Both are in their
seventies, and speak flu-
ent Yiddish. Although
they speak very little
English at present, they
attend classes regularly
and their English is im-
proving. He was a sales-
man and enjoys conversa-
tion; she was a saleslady
and enjoys knitting.

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