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July 10, 1987 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-10

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— 40 Years Experience—
Contingent Fees Less Than Collection Agencies
And Our Professional Results Are Better
SCHREIBER & GRIER, P.C.
569-5335

LOCAL NEWS I

GOING TO THE AIRPORT?
BUSINESS OR VACATION

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ri
Start at your front door
avoid the hassle at the
airport and getting there!

~ OUTNfIELD • BASED

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17415 WEST TEN MILE RD.
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48075
559-1972
Call us now for special
rates with this ad

SEEKS AGGRESSIVE LEISURE AGENTS
WITH EXPERIENCE/CLIENTELE

TOP BENEFITS, SALARY & COMMISSIONS PAID
CONTACT MR. MIGDAL

NW,

"Where You Come First"

Kosins

Uptown

WE ARE NOW COMPUTERIZED!
CALL US FOR BEST VALUES IN CRUISES,
AIR TICKETS AND ALL TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS!

Southfield Rd. at
11 1/2 Mile • 559-3900

Big & Tall

Southfield at
101/2 Mile • 569-6930



1

TORONTO THEATRE WEEKENDS * * STAR THEATRE IN FLINT* *

FR. $37

ONLY $169

P.P. DBL
(BUS & HOTEL ONLY- 5124 P.P. DBL.)







JULY 25 & 26 PAT BOONE
& ANITA BRYANT
AUG. 8 & 9 SUGAR BABIES
AUG. 22 & 23 McGUIRE SISTERS
SEPT. 12 & 13 MITZI GAYNOR

R.T. MOTORCOACH
2 NITES HOTEL
DINNER "ED'S WAREHOUSE"
ORCHESTRA SEAT FOR PLAY OF YOUR CHOICE
CITY TOUR

AT O'KEEFE CENTRE
JULY 24.26 "SONG AND DANCE"
AUG. 7-9 "WEST SIDE STORY"
AUG. 14-16 "42ND STREET"

INCLUDES:






SHAW FESTIVAL

AT ROYAL ALEXANDRA

$159

NIAGARA ON THE LAKE, ONT.
FR. $235 P.P. DBL.
JULY 17-19, 24-26, AUG. 14-16

P.P. DBL.

"SWEET CHARITY" AUG. 21-23

• NO DINNER








ELGIN HOUSE RESORT

(MUSKOKA LAKES, ONE)
AUG. 27-30; AUG. 30-SEPT. 1;
SEPT. 5-8; 19-22

$260

R.T. MOTORCOACH
PERFORMANCE OF CHOICE
LUNCH ON SAT.
BRUNCH ON SUN.

2 NITES HOTEL
2 PLAYS
2 DINNERS
2 BREAKFASTS
R.T. MOTORCOACH
TOUR OF NIAGARA AREA

"LA CAGE AUX FOLLES"
IN GRAND RAPIDS

P.P. DBL.

• R.T. MOTORCOACH
• 3 MEALS PER DAY PLUS SNACKS!
• ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY & MUCH MORE!

AUG. 29-30

$119

STRATFORD FESTIVAL-2 PLAYS!






$145

P.P. DBL.

ALSO AVAILABLE:
SEPT. 14.15
$129
"MUCH ADO"

OR

DAY TRIPS $40.00
SEPT. 11—"THE CHERRY ORCHARD"
SEPT. 16—"TROILUS AND CRESSIDA"
or "OTHELLO"

• RI MOTORCOACH
• MAT. PERFORMANCE OF CHOICE
• LUNCH

• R.T. AIR & TRANS.
• 3 NITES HOLIDAY INN CENTER STRIP OR
FLAMINGO HILTON GARDENS

P.P. DBL.

939-0700

968-2060

Orchard Mall, Orchard Lake
or Maple (15 Mile) • 855-9955

(PRE-BROADWAY MUSICAL)

• R.T. MOTORCOACH • 2 BREAKFASTS

• CITY TOUR & MORE

PERRY COMO IN TOLEDO
JULY 30 $47






R.T. MOTORCOACH
DINNER AT NORTHWOOD INN
EVENING PERFORMANCE OF PERRY COMO
STOPS AT PORTSIDE & TOLEDO ART MUSEUM

MACKINAC ISLAND
GRAND HOTEL








R.T. MOTORCOACH
2 NITES HOTEL
2 BREAKFASTS
2 DINNERS AT HOTEL
CARRIAGE RIDE TO HOTEL
FERRY RIDE TO ISLAND

Portrait
of a
Great
American
Investor

SEPT. 7-9

$330

RP. DBL.

559-8620

23100 Providence Dr., Suite 105, Southfield

Vision Workshop Slated

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Branch, in coopera-
tion with the Greater Detroit
Society for the Blind will con-
duct a workshop for the legal-
ly blind or severely visually
impaired at 10 a.m. Monday
in room 15 of the JPM.
On Monday, the seniors will
go to the main Jewish Center
to see a presentation by Reva
Shwayder Gothelf and Lou
Gothelf. There is a nominal
transportation charge. For in-
formation, call Judy Blustein,
967-4030.
On Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the

Seniors Will
Hear Couple

OCT. 16-18 "13 DAYS TO ONOADWAr

BERKLEY TRAVEL & TOURS

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1987


Sterling Race
37680 Van Dyke a 16 1/2 Mile

CHICAGO THEATRE WEEKENDS
$179 P.P. DBL.
SEPT. 5-7 (LABOR DAY)
"ANYTHING GOES' (Musical)

• 2 NITES HOTEL
• DINNER THEATRE

I FOR SENIORS

Sterling Heights

West Bloomfield

MANY OTHER TRIPS AVAILABLE — CALL NOW!

54

COATS
UNLIMITED

• 2 NITES HARBOUR INN
• LUNCHEON CRUISE ON
"STAR OF CHARLEVOIX"
• 2 BREAKFASTS & DINNERS
• TOURS & MORE!

LAS VEGAS

ONLY $309 P.P. DBL.
SEPT. 4-7
"LABOR DAY WEEK-END"!

Ippue, ■ ••—••

Ook Pork

1 NITE AMWAY GRAND HOTEL
MAT PERFORMANCE "LA CAGE"
BREAKFAST AT HOTEL
R.T. MOTORCOACH

Among the 50 volunteers for the Metro Detroit Israel Bonds reinvestment
telethon were, from left: Larry Wolfe, New Leadership chairman; Alice
Ross, immediate past reinvestment chairman; Dottie Wagner; Barbara
Stollman, Women's Division chairman; Donald Wagner, New Leadership
chairman.

BIRMINGHAM
FLINT

HARBOR SPRINGS
CHARLEVOIX
AUG. 14-16 $259 P.P. DBL.
• R.T. MOTORCOACH

P.P. DBL.

• 1 NITE HOTEL IN LONDON
• 1 DINNER LUNCH; & BREAKFAST
• MAT. PERFORMANCE "MUCH ADO"
• CRY TOUR OF LONDON

mu.Au_Al.rs

SOUTHFIELD
WEST BLOOMFIELD

Lincoln Center, Greenfield at 10 1/2 Mile

"CABARET" &
"MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING"
NORTHERN MICH. ADVENTURE!
SEPT. 2-3

• R.T. MOTORCOACH
• 1 NIGHT HOTEL
• 1 DINNER PRIOR TO EVE. PERFORMANCE
OF ''CABARET"
• 1 LUNCH PRIOR TO MATINEE PERFORMANCE
OF "MUCH ADO"
• TOUR OF STRATFORD AREA

The Finest in
Men's Fashion
Footwear
is at

U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

1.800-US-BONDS

Reva Shwayder Gothelf and
Lou Gothelf will share their
story, the basis for the TV
film, Young at Heart, at 1 p.m.
Monday in the Allen Lounge
of the main Jewish Communi-
ty Center.
All are welcome. Admission
is free.
The senior adult depart-
ment is looking for mah jongg
players for games which meet
at 10 a.m. Mondays in the
Allen Lounge at the main
Jewish Center. Seniors who
are interested in playing
other games as well are in-
vited. Admission is free. For
information, call Judy. Sam-
son, 661-1000 or 967-4030.

JPM assembly hall, Detroit
City Councilwoman
Maryanne Mahaffey will
speak on "Health Care: Are
You Paying More and Getting
Less?" At 2 p.m. Tuesday in
the JPM assembly hall, Part
II of Yankee Doodle Dandy
will be shown.
Mimi Robbins will conduct
the Press Review, a current
events group, at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday in room 15 of the
JPM.
Eve Dishell will read an
original short story and Uri
Segal will conduct Israeli
dancing as part of the Erev
Shabbos program at 12:30
p.m. July 17 in Jaffe Hall of
the JPM.

'11 LOCAL NEWS h

Immigration
Hours Expanded

The Detroit District Office
of the Immigration and
Naturalization Service will
begin processing persons for
legalization or special
agricultural worker under
the provisions of the Im-
migration Reform and Con-
trol Act of 1987 (IRCA) on
Saturdays at its Legalization
Office, located at 15160 Eight
Mile, Oak Park. The office
will now be open for business
from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mon-
day through Saturday, ex-
cluding legal holidays.

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