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May 17, 1985 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE MAGIC CONTINUES AT NIPPERSINK

NOTICE

ANDY BL,AU

A
AIM


ERS will hold a general meeting
on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Temple
Beth El. The meeting will include
a mother-daughter dessert fash-
ion show. Everyone is welcome.
For reservations, call Mary Co-
hen, 661-4441; or Sylvia ,Epstein,
557-3519. There is a charge.

MASADA GROUP, Hadassah,
will have its installation of offi-
cers on Tuesday at noon at South-
field Charley's. Annette Meskin,
past chapter president, will be the
installing officer. The executive
board to be installed includes:
Presidium, Paulette Porim, Nita
R. Lichtenstein, Alma Yaffe; Vice
Presidents, Dora Silverfarb,
Joyce Rosenbaum, Bess Haron,
Helen Stebbins and Irma
Katchke; Treasurer, Susan
Brand; Secretaries, Sylvia Star-
man, Jennie Krugel, Lenore Gol-
den. Belle Rudin is chairman of
the day for reservations, call Mrs.
Rudin, 356-1504. Irma Katchke,
program chairman, announces a
musical program will follow.

Now associated with
Auto Purchasers
the new car brokers.
For your best deal on any auto
WO
851-9700
PURCHASEIRS
call Bus.
Res. 661-9146
New & Used Car Broker

MAX THE HANDYMAN

New life members also will be
honored. Associates and guests
are welcome. There is a nominal
charge. For lunch reservations
call Goldie Levin, 357-5508.

CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women/Naamat,
will have a meeting Monday at
noon at the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. Guest speaker will be
Anne Mandelbaum. Her slide
presentation is entitled "Personal
Visit with Ethiopian Jews."
Guests are welcome.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will have a- luncheon
Monday at 11:30 a.m. in the
Pioneer Women meeting room,
25900 Greenfield, Suite 205E,
Oak Park. There will be a nomi-
nal charge. Proceeds will benefit
the children in Israel. The lunch-
eon is sponsored by Jennie Cobitz,
Helen Mertz, Dora Fink, Blanche
Rose and Jeanette Serling. Offi-
cers will be installed.

May 24-27

Includes Free Golf. Nightclub entertainment.

a*
2 0 5

From

per person

MIDWEEK SPECIALS

June 9 through July 3

$

54

5k
".-

Per person, per day. Children's rates
begin at $18 per child, per day. Age 2 and under FREE!

For reservations or information

1-800-647-7465

YOU NAME IT - I'LL DO IT!!

Twin Lakes, Wisconsin
Or Isadore Goldstein Agency

window washing, screen repair, gutter cleaning, electric switches replaced,
door and lock repair, curtain rod design, caulking, cement repair, garbage
disposal replacement, plumbing, ETC., ETC., ETC.

313-557-2566

Detroit, Michigan

Call 968-1145

1

'based on double occupancy. plus tax and gratuities.

rsink

ESOR

CHAMPIONSHIP 18-HOLE GOLF • TENNIS • OLYMPIC POOL • TROPICAL BAR

Orlando

(home of EPCOT Center/Walt DisneyWorld)

from

$329

Nassau

Officers to be installed are:
Esther Dresser, president; Anne
Sukenic, Annie Friedman, Goldie
Levin, Zelda Robinson, Beverly
Cohen and Anne Zuckman, vice-
presidents; Sandy Oleinick,
Frances Golden and Frances
Perlmuter, secretaries; and Rose
Granitz, treasurer.

A musical program will be pre-
sented by Elaine Kohner, an alto
vocalist in the Bel Canto Choir,
and Vera Rollin, pianist, a
member of the Music Study Club,
and editor of its official publica-
tion, Pizzicato. The program will
include songs in English, Yiddish
and Hebrew.

4 Day - 3 Night MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

From

Former Apt. Maintenance Chief

SHARON GROUP, Hadassah,
will have an installation lunch-
eon at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Knob-in-the-Woods Apts. club
house, announced by Co-
Presidents Esther Dresser and
Beverly Cohen. The invocation
will be given by Annie Friedman.
The installing officer will be Lil-
lian Perlman, past president of
the Metropolitan Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah.

Plan your July Fourth Weekend Now! July 3-7.
Newly-remodeled guest rooms, dining room and lobby • Endless land and
water sports • Activities for every age group • Nightly entertainment.

Enjoy our Full ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE (effective June 7) Plus FREE GOLF. NIGHTLY
ENTERTAINMENT & RECREATION FOR ALL AGES. Don't wait for the weekend!

Can do anything in or out of the house

airport transportation service available

Friday, May 17, 1985

fro.$349

California
f.$449

Including round-trip air fare,
hotel and bonus extras.

Orlando
Extras include Alamo Chevy Chevette, or
similar car, for 3 or 7 days. Free mileaget. Also
free day at Sea World.

Quality Inn Plaza

4
8
4
8
4
8

Holiday Inn East of Disney
or Radisson Inn Maingate
Wyndham Hotel at Sea World or
Hilton at Walt Disney World

days,
days,
days,
days,
days,
days,

3
7
3
7
3
7

nights from $329
nights from $379
nights from $349
nights from $449
nights from $429
nights from $629

Similar hotels may be substituted. Mon., Tues., Wed. or Thurs. departure; return any day
except Sun. Other days slightly higher.

Nassau/Paradise Island/

Cable Beach

Sheraton British Colonial
Hotel (Nassau)
Holiday Inn
(Paradise Island)
Paradise Island Resort and
Casino Paradise Tower
Cable Beach Hotel,
a Wyndham Resort

4
8
4
8
4
8
4
8

Similar hotels may be substituted. Midweek travel only.
Weekends slightly higher.

days,
days,
days,
days,
days,
days,
days,
days,

3
7
3
7
3
7
3
7

nights
nights
nights
nights
nights
nights
nights
nights

from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from

$349
$479
$429
$639
$449
$679
$479
$699

California Fly/Drive

Rate of $449 covers round-trip air fare to Los
Angeles, San Diego or San Francisco and a total
of 2 nights at selected Holiday Inns in any of
these areas. Also an Alamo Chevy Cavalier for 7
days, with free mileaget. Plus other extras and
discounts. Stay a minimum of 7 days; return
from any of these 3 cities.

Tues., Wed. or Sat. departure; return any day except Sun. Other days slightly higher.

Check your professional Travel Agent for full
details. Or call Delta's Vacation Center toll free
at 800-523-7777. All tour rates are from Detroit
and subject to change without notice.

Prices are per person, double occupancy. Seats and accommodations
are subject to availability. Make reservations at least 7 days in
advance. Add taxes and gratuities. Prices shown are available during
certain limited travel periods; they can vary and may be higher
depending upon the actual date, day of travel and hotel selected. Cer-
tain charges and fees cannot be assessed immediately, but can only be
collected on checkout or departure. tGas, taxes, rental deposit and
optional Collision Damage Waiver are extra.

DELl'A GETS YOU THERE'

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