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November 03, 2005 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-11-03

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TRAVELER ALERT

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Going to Israel, Europe, China, Mexico or even Brazil?

SMART TRAVELER TIPS

BE A SMART TRAVELER ...

• Never carry only credit cards.
Why? U.S. credit card companies may charge 1%
to 3% for all purchases in a foreign country.

• Immediate Service • Low Service Fees • No Waiting
Why? Banks do not carry foreign currency in stock.
It may take days. High service fees.

• Always start your trip with at least
$500"° in foreign currency.
Why? Tips, meals, purchases, taxes.

• We buy back your currency at no charge when you return.
Why? Banks do not buy back most currencies.
They charge for the return.

• Carry some traveler's checks.
Why? Traveler's checks are insured.

• Free exchange rate sheets
Why? We want our customers to be Smart Travelers.

• Understand the exchange rate.
Why? Merchants may take advantage.

• We carry American Express Travelers Cheques and
Gift Cheques

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"Smart travelers use our services only because we save them time and money.
We will even make special arrangements for corporate executives and group trips."
— Charles Dunn, Co-owner of FCE

Fcsreign Currency Exchange Services
Birmingham, Michigan

251 E. Merrill Street • Ste. 238 • FCEservicee.com

2 hours FR-EE parking across the street

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Call Today and Save ! 24E3-594-6655

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MEDICAL RELIEF FUNDRAISER
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12th
9:00 AM 2:00

BAKE SALE
SILENT AUCTION
HOURLY RAFFLES

GRAND PRIZE
IS A
WHIRLPOOL
TUB!!

248.398.4560

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Nicole Grace Marie Mieczkowski is a bright, beautiful 15 year old girl who is in need of a
Kidney Transplant. She was born with Dysplastic Kidney Disease, but it was not discovered
until this past April when she fell ill. Nicki was then diagnosed with Chronic Renal
Insufficiency (Total Kidney Failure). Nicki wants to be a veterinarian, loves to dance and
hang out with her friends, and has always wanted to go to Colorado to see the mountain-
scape. Both of her parents, Jim and Shawn have been a part of our family here at Herald
Wholesale for many years. A portion of all new merchandise sales made that day will be
donated to the Nicole Mieczkowski Medical Relief Fund. In addition, there will be a good
old fashioned bake sale that Nicki will assist with, door prizes, 15 minute massages from a
professional massage therapist, 50/50 raffles, and hourly drawings with prizes such as Bronze
Entry Door Hardware from Double-Hill Hardware, Bathroom Accessories, a Mico Kitchen
Faucet, Stone Care Cleaning products, and a GRAND PRIZE of an AMERICH WHIRLPOOL
TUB! There will be a silent auction for items such as a Granite Farmhouse Kitchen sink
which have been donated by some very generous sponsors. All proceeds will be donated to
Nicki's trust fund. There will be movies playing all day in our new Lego Play Place.
Please come and support Nicki and her family.

HERALD WHOLESALE EXPO DESIGN CENTER- 20830 COOLIDGE HWY - OAK PARK
WWW.HERALDWHOLESALE.COM/ADAYFORNICKI.HTM

November 3 . 2005

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