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January 16, 1987 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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BERKLEY TOURS 1987 TOURS

BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN

GROUPS-CLUBS-INDIVIDUALS
CALL FOR MORE DETAILS

ABBE
A.
LEVI
Latest Fashion Frames

BY MOTORCOACH

AGAWA CANYON SNOW TRAIN
SAULT STE MARIE, ONTARIO

$179

industrial positions. Fiber-
optics, computer science with a
special program for the blind,
graphic and print, photog-
raphy, and dental technology
are some of the fields in which
students can specialize.
The Vocational Guidance
Institute is a non-public guid-
ance center offering individual
counseling, group guidance
and selection testing — all rec-
ognized by the Israeli govern-
ment.
The internationally re-

knowned four member
Klezmer Conservatory group
of Boston took their name
"Phantom West" after being
expelled from the Soviet Union
where they met and played
with the "Phantom Or-
chestra," a musical group of
Jewish and non-Jewish re-
fuseniks in Tblisi, Georgia.

P.P. DBL

DATES: JAN. 30-FEB. 1: FEB. 6-8: 13-15:
14-16; 20-22; 27. MARCH 1; MARCH 6-8;
13-15
INCLUDES ALL MEALS

Your Grandparents Liked My Glasses
YOU WILL TOO!

ORLANDO, FLORIDA ONLY

$650

P.P. DBL.

FEB. 24-MARCH 12
16 DAYS, 15 NITES
SOME MEALS

25900 Greenfield, 101 Kristen Bldg.
CORNER GREENFIELD AND UNCOLN

Phone 967-0790

CATS IN TORONTO

$139

P.P. DBL.

11:00 to 4:00

"PAJAMA GAME"
(A FRENCH COMEDY)
SARNIA, ONTARIO

'nil

WASHINGTON, D.C.-WILUAMSBURG

MAY 7-13

P.P. DBL.

ELGIN HOUSE

P.P. DBL

MUSKOKA LAKES, ONTARIO

JUNE 13-16; JULY 1-4:
AUG. 15-18; SEPT. 19-22

ALL MEALS!

SHAW FESTIVAL

FROM

$235

P.P. DBL

(NIAGARA ON THE LAKE, ONTARIO)
2 PERFORMANCES; MOST MEALS

JULY 3-5; 17-19; 24-26;
AUG. 14-16; 28-30

STRATFORD FESTIVAL $40 1 DAY
CALL FOR DATES & PLAYS

$

At Women's Division Phonogift, Evelyn Levine and Linda
Garfield look on as Pearlena Bodzin and Joyce Sherman sort
pledge cards.

Committees Organize
Super Sunday Telethon

There's much more to the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign's Super
Sunday, set for Feb. 1, than a
room filled with telephones.
There are endless details:
making the community aware
of the event, briefing volun-
teers on effective solicitation
and creating decorations to
enhance the upbeat mood of
the massive telephone appeal.
Under the direction of
chairmen Diane J. Klein and
Michael Maddin, committee
chairmen are already coor-
dinating the effort to reach
several thousand homes in the
metropolitan area. Funds
raised on Super Sunday will
help the Campaign's 20 local
human service agencies and
more than 60 additional be-
neficiaries in Israel and
elsewhere overseas.
- According to Ben Rosenthal
and Susan Citrin, who are
handling worker training and
recruitment, their committee
will work with volunteers prior
to their telephone shifts to
facilitate effective solicitation.
Rosenthal noted that workers
are still needed for telephone
and clerical work on Super
Sunday.
Committee chairmen in-
clude Sally Mayer and Janice
Schwartz, worker registration;
Lois Falk and Mickey
Grossman, clerical; and Ber-

nard Kent and Wendy Eichen-
baum, tabulation.
To help mobilize the
community-wide phase of the
Campaign prior to Super Sun-
day, Federation's Women's Di-
vision Phonogift telethon is al-
ready underway. Hundreds of
volunteers will be calling De-
troit area women until this
Sunday, asking them to renew
their commitment to the
Jewish People.
Babysitting services will be
available on Super Sunday.
For further information or to
sign up as a volunteer, contact
Leonard Milstone at Federa-
tion, 965-3939.

Toastmasters
Offers Speakers

The Jewish Community
Center's Toastmasters branch
now has a speakers bureau.
Speakers who represent a
variety of fields are available
to speak to local organizations
free of charge.
Toastmasters is an interna-
tional organization which
trains people in the art of pub-
lic speaking. The group meets
every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the main Jewish Center.
For information, call
President Leon Linderman
642-3617.

119

1987

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AT
THE

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BEACH &

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CLUB

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MOST MEALS-TOURS!

$260

FRIDAY
9:30 to 1:00

Passover 5747

$ 95 P.P. DBL.

1 NITE HOTEL. DINNER THEATRE 6 BRUNCH

$479

HOURS
Closed Saturday

MON. thru THURS.

LAST CHANCE!

FEB. 13-15 OR MARCH 6-8

To donate to the scholarship
or for ticket information, call
the Hadassah office, 683-5030
or 357-2920.

OPTICIAN

P.P. DBL

One of Miami Beach's
Largest and Most
Luxurious Hotels.

8 - 9 & 10
NIGHT PACKAGES

• 600 King-Size
Accommodations
• Wide Ocean Beach
• 2 Pools • Children's
Recreation Room • On-
Premises Tennis
• Dancing • Enter-
tainment & Shows
• Delicious Cuisine
• Complimentary Tea
Room

from

Intl

SEDURIM & SERVICES
WILL BE CONDUCTED
BY CANTOR
ASHER SCHARF

$599*

INCLUDING
3 MEALS DAILY

per person double occ
Plus Tax & Tips

STRICTLY GLATT KOSHER
Under Supervision of National Koshruth

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Headed by

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For Information & Reservations Call

OVERNITE

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TOLL FREE: 1-800-327-3734 or 305-531-3446

In Detroit Call

BOB TORGOW Eves: 355-5645

MAY 8-10 $ 159 P.P. DBL.
DINNER THEATRE - CITY TOUR

STEVE LAWRENCE & EDIE GORME
IN GRAND RAPIDS

THE BRIGHT IDEA

MAY 16-17 $ 1129 P.P. DBL

NASHVILLE

$269

send

P.P. DBL

MAY 28-31; SEPT. 10-13: 17-20;
OCT. 8-11: 22-25
SOME MEALS, TOUR, DINNER CRUISE

HOLLAND TULIP FESTIVAL
& GERALD FORD MUSEUM

MAY 16-17 $ 110 P.P. DBL
AMWAY GRAND HOTEL BREAKFAST

MONTREAL, QUEBEC CITY, KINGSTON

JUNE 3-8; 17-22: 24-29;

$369

P.P. DBL

BOSTON - CAPE COD
LATE JUNE
CALL FOR MORE INFO

TIGERS VS. BLUE JAYS

IN TORONTO

SEPT. 25-27- $ 139 P.P. DBL.

• HUDSON RIVER VALLEY
• NEW YORK CITY

OCT. 12-17 $ 499 P.P. DBL
MOST MEALS-TOURS

1 DAY TOURS

$35

BIRMINGHAM THEATRE
- NUNSENSE FEB. 15 6 25
- EVITK MARCH 15 & APRIL 8
(LUNCH & SHOW

STAR THEATRE IN FLINT
CALL FOR DATES & SHOWS

CATS IN TOLEDO MAY 10

$ 55

LUNCH & SHOW

"HENRI MATISSE SHOW"
WASHINGTON, D. C.

MARCH 20-22 $ 250

P.P. DBL.

R.I. AIR - 2 NITES HOTEL
TRANS. 6 SHOW

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