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August 25, 1995 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-25

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by Oldsmobile

only 2 Available At This Price

CHOOSE FROM A
RAINBOW OF COLORS:

LEASE FOR 36 MONTHS

• Dark Cherry Red Metallic
• Champagne Metallic
• Medium Garnet Red Metallic
• Silver Teal Metallic
• Light Gray Metallic
• Light Adriatic Blue Metallic
• Dark Green Metallic
month closed end lease. $450 refundable security deposit. First month's payment, security deposit, $350 acquisition fee due on delivery.
• Dark Green/Gray Metallic 36
12,000 miles per year allowance, 20C per mile overage. Lessee responsible for excess wear and tear. Plus tax & plates, with approved
credit. Featured car is a special purchase vehicle with 6500 miles.
• Black • White

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Last year, Jewish Information and
Referral Service referred 121 people in v, ► of
homemaker services to agencies that provide special care.

Jewish Information and Referral Service answers questions on a
variety of topics and links people in need to helping agencies.

Have a question? Get an answer at JIS, (810) 967-HELP (4357);
967-0460 TT. JIS is a program of the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.

A dinner and celebratory pro-
gram will be held on Wednesday,
Sept. 6, at 6 p.m. to honor the
David Horodoker Women's Or-
ganization and the town of
David-Horodok. This organiza-
tion has done volunteer and
charity work locally, nationally
and in Israel since 1937.
The dinner and an original
play, Unbroken Ties, written by
Kathy Winston, will take place
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Roz Blanck, 626-2347;
or Lori Helman Pogoda, 855-
3181.

Stagecrafters
New Season

Experience the power of a V-8 Engine, the safety of Dual Airbags and stan-
dard features that you might find in an expensive luxury import. Even the
high quality Compact Disc Player comes standard with every Aurora.

We are so sure that you will choose the Aurora over Infiniti, Lexus,
Mercedes, BMW or Acura that Glassman is making an unprecedented offer:
If you decide to lease the new Aurora by September I, Glassman will pro-
vide: •FREE OIL CHANGES FOR ONE YEAR • GUARANTEED SATIS-
FACTION • COURTESY TRANSPORTATION • PRICE PROTECTION
ASK FOR DAN ALEF

Horodoker Group
Plans Dinner

The
Comparison
Shopper
buys at

HARPER
Furniture

916 N. Main
Royal Oak

(N. of 11 Mile Rd.)

545-3600

Stagecrafters announces its 1995-
1996 season with five produc-
tions.
Stagecrafters will open the sea-
son on Sept. 8, with the Tony
Award-winning musical Into The
Woods, which takes a grown up
look at what happens after "hap-
pily ever after." It will appear on
the Main Stage weekends, Sept.
8 through Oct. 1.
Next, Stagecrafters will pre-
sent the story about romance,
love, desire, intrigue, deception
and scandal with Dangerous
Liaisons (Les Liaisons Dan-
gereuses) which runs Nov. 3
through Nov. 19. Stagecrafters
will kick off the new year with the
Bob Fosse dance extravaganza
Sweet Charity at the Baldwin,
Jan. 19 through Feb. 11.
Next will come a classic mur-
der mystery, (to be announced at
a later date) in March 1996.
Stagecrafters will end the sea-
son with musical Oliver! April 26
through May 19.
Season ticket orders may be
placed by calling (810) 541-6430.

Vintage Cars
On Display

The early years of automobiling
will come to life for Greenfield
Village visitors during "Old Car
Festival" on Sept. 9, 10.
More than 200 vintage ve-
hicles from across the nation will
make a sentimental journey to
Dearborn for this 45th annual
event featuring automobiles,
commercial vehicles, motorcycles
and bicycles built no later than
1932.
Parades, demonstrations and
rides will give visitors a chance
to experience life in the past lane.
A panel of judges will present
awards for automobiles, motor-
c ► cles and bicycles, and com-
mercial vehicles based on quality
of maintenance .

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