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January 06, 1995 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-06

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74,-ref,5 - Marketplace

How To Advertise

'Ib advertise to almost everyone in our com-
munity in this amazing classified section, sim-
ply call 354-5959 by 10 a.m. 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 $1.20 per word;
there is a $12.00 minimum. Use of a box num-
ber costs an additional 84.00 for handling and
postage.
For Display Advertising rates, please call
354-6060.

All real estate advertised in this newspaper is sub-
ject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it
illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or dis-
crimination 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 ad-
vertising for real estate which is in violation of the law.
All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings ad-
vertised in this newspaper are available on an equal
opportunity basis.

PERSONALS

ROOMS FOR RENT

"PARTY PICKUP By ROOM FOR working person.
Paula". Set-up, serving, Kitchen privileges. Non-
clean-up for special occasions. smoker. 557-6268.
810-553-0116. Insured.

• HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
35% for health, plants, pets;
free information. 1-800-253-
2748

METABOLISM BREAK-
THROUGH. New natural
program can help you lose 8-
100 pounds. 313-522-1117

MITZVAH INTRODUC-
TIONS. Local, all ages, spe-
cial offer. Call 1-800-747-
1676 today!

PLANT DR. Design, Sales,
Maintenance of Tropical
Plants. Commercial, Resi-
dential. 810-624-7312

SHARE LIVING
QUARTERS

SHARE SOUTHFIELD 2
bedroom, 2 bath apartment.
Assume lease from February
1. $285.50 monthly plus half
utilities. 810-353-7839

VACATION
RENTALS

MARCO ISLAND condo. Two
bedrooms, two baths. Com-
pletely equipped and fur-
nished. Excellent facilities
and beach. Available March
18-31. 810-478-5624

Our Classified Ads Get Fast Results

MOVING?

To ensure uninterrupted service, please
take a few moments to fill in your new
address. Please allow 2-3 weeks.

Name

Address

City

State

Zip

Effective Date

MAILING LABEL MUST BE ATTACHED HERE
(Include Account Number)

Mail to: THE JEWISH NEWS
27676 Franklin Road, Southfield, MI 48034

TRANSPORTATION

HELP WANTED

A-1 AIRPORT SERVICE.
Start your vacation with pro-
fessional chauffeurs. All air-
ports, downtown, Ann Arbor.
Guaranteed pick-up time!
810-557-7122

BABYSITTER NEEDED for
infant in our Bloomfield
home Saturday nights. Non-
smoker, references, own
transportation required. 810-
646-1544

A.A. RESPONSIBLE retiree.
Personalized driving. Your
destination is my obligation.
Airport, doctor. 810-356-4786

BABYSITTER WANTED for
three children. References,
own transportation, non-
smoker. Flexible hours. 810-
738-7777

AA AIRPORT SHUTTLE,
Door to Door. Reliable, de-
pendable service. Day or nite.
569-5150

BABYSITTERS AND
Housekeepers needed
full/part time. Must have re-
liable transportation and ref-
erences. Call 810-624-8501.

AAA TRANSPORTATION.
Airport $25, errands $10. Re-
liable service. Don, 810-788-
1206

AIRPORT, DOCTORS, shop-
ping, etc. Reliable. Reason-
able. Jeff, (810)543-0279

AIRPORT, SHOPPING, doc-
tor. Dependable transporta-
tion. Door to door. Call
851-3970.

AIRPORT - TRANSPORTA-
TION, doctor, shopping. Rea-
sonable rates. 353-3279

AIRPORT TRANSPORTA-
TION Service. Reliable, re-
tired teacher. Reasonable
rates. Telephone equipped
Cadillac. 810-851-1360

CITIZENS CAR Service.
Longest established Compa-
ny specializing in Sedan
transportation to/from Metro
Airport. Charters and long
distance too! Please book ear-
ly for winter travel. 810-357-
5111, 1-800-TRUST-US.

GD TRANSCORP. All types
reliable transportation since
1980. Luxury sedans, lim-
ousines, 12 passenger and
handicap vans.
1-800-457-3326.

EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER available
most days. Trustworthy, con-
sistent, experienced. Clean-
ing materials supplied. 810-
471-5219, days.

HOUSEKEEPING IN your
condo or apartment. Mature,
experienced, reliable. Own
transportation. 274-0437,
call evenings only.

EXCELLENT CLEANING.
Reasonable, reliable, experi-
enced, honest. 810-669-5316

CHILD CARE

OUR
_ CLASSIFIED

ADS GET
FAST RESULTS

KMIIMINEM.

Emigres From The Former
Soviet Union

COLLEGE SITTER needed
for occasional Sunday and
Monday evenings. Own
transportation to West
Bloomfield. 810-539-3026

COMPANION/AIDE Needed
immediately, 12 midnight-
7a.m. References, own trans-
portation required. 810-681-
8022

NURSERY SCHOOL seeks
classroom teaching assistant
and part-time lunch assis-
tant. References, dependabil-
ity required. 810-967-4847

PAWN SHOP. Retired per-
son or other. Part or full time.
Call mornings only 8:00
a.m.-8:45 a.m. 962-0629.

RECEPTIONIST NEEDED
Saturdays only,
8:30a.m.-5p.m. Royal Oak.
810-435-8855

EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

CLEANING LADY. Com-
mercial, residential. Own
transportation, references.
Reasonable rates. 810-553-
8534

NANNIES/SITTERS. Days,
evenings, weekends in your
home. Birmingham Child
Care and Services. 810-624-
8501

EMPLOYMENT WANTED

Please contact Elizabeth Orshansky or Galina Drits at the
Jewish Vocational Service, (810) 559-5000, for additional
information about these candidates for employment.

MASSEUR. Nikolay K is
seeking employment with a
health club, beauty parlor or a
reducing salon where he can
use his extensive experience in
massage for both remedial
and/or relaxation purposes.

CELLIST. Lyudmila S. is a
graduate from the Ukrainian
State Conservatory and has
than 15 years of experience
working with the Ukrainian
Symphony Orchestra. She is
distinguished by the profound
knowledge of both classical and
modern repertoire. She also
has teaching experience at
Kharkov Musical College.

LIGHT TECHNICIAN. Alek-
sandr S. has 20 years of work-
ing experience in creating,
editing and setting up light and
visual effects for different the-

JVS

atrical productions, such as
dramas and musicals.

BILINGUAL PARAPROFES-
SIONAL. Mariya G. has 15
years of experience teaching
Math and Science to English
speaking students. She is
committed to working with
children.

JVS also has several available candidates ready to work in
assembly, general labor and machine operator positions.

MOVING TRUCK to Florida
and return. Reasonable rates.
Bud 255-1991

TRANS-ACE SUPERSHUT-
TLE. Preferred charter and
family service. Airports-
Entertainment. Reserva-
tions. 355-2201.

TYCO TRAVEL. Shuttle to
airport, appointments. Reli-
able service. Reasonable.
810-354-6018

SOCIAL
ACTION
L • I • N

SOCIAL ACTION DAY...
it continues

Presented by the Social Action
Committee Council of the Jewish
Community Council
(MO) 642-53q3

INSTRUCTION

COMPUTER INSTRUC-
TION by experienced teacher
for personal and business.
Windows, word processing,
spreadsheets, etc. Fern, 682-
0468.

HELP WANTED

A T T E N T I O N
HOUSEWIVES. Great op-
portunity. Now hiring cash-
iers/salad preparers.
Weekdays. Great pay. Bene-
fits. Flexible hours. Apply at
Salad Scene, Tel-Twelve
Mall, Food Court. 810-356-
0988

This Space
Reserved for
Your Ad
Call 354-5959

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

COALITION ON TEMPORARY SHELTER (COTS), 26 Peterboro, Detroit,
exists to alleviate homelessness by providing emergency shelter, meals,
and an array of services which enable people to successfully pursue eco-
nomic self-sufficiency and decent affordable housing. COTS also advo-
cates for solutions to homelessness. COTS needs volunteers to prepare
and serve meals and /or sponsor a meal; to provide support and activities
to children; to sort donated clothing, and to help with maintenance (elec-
trical, carpentry, painting, etc.) The time commitment is variable.

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CONTACT:
Kirk Goddard, (810) 554-5000, extension 272

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