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November 24, 1995 - Image 6

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-24

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THE TORCH WILL
BE LIT

• • •

.0,

AND YOU'LL BE THE
WINNER!

WHAT IS A. CHINESE
AUCTION?

A

SUNDAY, DECEMB
PLAZA
16400 J. L. HUDSON DRIVE

A CHINESE AUCTION is an inexpensive way to have a

fun-filled evening where you have the chance to take
home valuable prizes for a minimal cash outlay.

HOW DOES A CHINESE AUCTION WORK?

At a Chinese Auction you purchase tickets in denomina-
tions of $5, $10, $20, $35, $50, $75, or $100. You then
place these tickets, with your name on them, in the box
corresponding to your desired gift. For
example, if you would like the chance to go to Israel, you
purchase a $75 ticket, write your name on it and place it
in box #1.

WIN ONE OF THREE PRIZES:

HOW MANY TICKETS CAN 1 PUT IN i\

PARTICLILAR

Box?

There is no limit to the number of tickets one may place
in any one box. Therefore, if you want to increase your
chances of winning a prize, you may place more than one
ticket in that box.

HO\A' MANY TICKETS MUST BE SOLD FOR

ANY PRIZE TO BE WON?

With the exception of the $100 ticket table, as long as
ONE ticket is sold for a particular item, that merchandise
will be taken home by a lucky winner at the end of the

evening.

ALL PRIZES ARE DRAWN SEPARATELY

_ET PACKAGES

DISCOUNT GIFT

Available for purchase prior to November 30, 1995
$310 gift ticket package - advance purchase only $250
$650 gift ticket package advance purchase only $500*
$1,350 gift ticket package advance purchase only $1,000*
$2,500 gift ticket package advance purchase only $1,800*
*Two free admission tickets included with these packages

$7,500 TUITION CREDIT

at the school or college of your choice.
You may apply this credit to the September, 1996 or September, 1997 school year.

1996 FORD WINDSTAR OR 1996 FORD TAURUS

Drive for 24 months free; 12,000 miles per year.
Driver must provide own insurance, gas and maintenance.

LET'S CELEBRATE YOUR SIMCHA
Enjoy a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, Wedding or Sheva Brochot, Anniversary, or any
special occasion. This lucky winner will have a fully catered dinner or lunch for 200
people including hors d'oeuvres and dessert.
Catered exclusively by Jewel Kosher Catering.

Must be used by December 31, 1997.

A minimum of 150 tickets must be sold or Akiva and the winner will divide the pot.

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DISCOUNT GIFT TICKET PACKAGES
are available by calling:

School office

(810) 552-9690
Barry Eisenberg (810) 350-3323 (evenings)
Arleen Platt 810) 948-7136 (evenings)

Please Note: If you are unable to attend the auction, you
may phone in your selection in, the evenings to
Barry Eisenberg or Arleen Platt.

N:
$18.00 Per Person Includes
Buffet Open Bar

1) Take a vacation to the destination of your choice.
Includes roundtrip airfare for two and $1,000 spending money.
a) Israel
b) Hawaii
c) Paris
$2,500
gift
certificate
- Tapper's Jewelry
2)
3) $2,500 gift certificate - Heslop's China & Silver
4) 48" Toshiba TheaterView Stereo T.V.

1) Bite The Big Apple
a) Airfare for two

b) Three nights accommodations at the Marriott Marquis or N.Y. Hilton Hotel

C.

$10.00 ticket for each
admission ticket
purchased by Nov. 29, 1995

c) $500.00 spending money for the restaurants or Broadway plays of yourchoice
35"
Color T.V.
2)
3) $1,500 gift certificate - New York Carpet World
4) $1,500 gift certificate - Hiller's Food Emporium

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