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November 25, 1988 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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Machon L'Torah, The
Jewish Learning Network of
Michigan, will have a Shab-
bat pre-Chanukah women's
special program on Dec. 3 at
2:30 p.m. at the Machon
L'Torah Learning Center,
15221 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
The topic of discussion for
the afternoon will be: "The
Role Played by Women in the
Story of Chanukah Compared
to the Contemporary Woman"
and will be directed by several
guest speakers.
For information, call the
Machon office, 967-0888.

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Co-operative
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations will have its
concluding meeting of the
year on Thursday at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home.
Plans for Passover will be
discussed. Co-operative Coun-
cil will not meet in January
and February.

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Rates Include:

Israeli breakfast & service charge.
Free Budget rent-a-car for 5 days (grp B).
(not including gas, mileage & insurance) *.

PEAK SUPPLEMENTS

King David
KD deluxe
Dan Tel-Aviv
Panorama TLV
Neptune Eilat
Galei Kinnereth

(12/18-1/3) $70
(12/18-1/3) $35
(12/18-1/3) $25
(12/18-1/3) $10
(12/20-1/4) $45
(12/20-1/4) $35

* All supplements are per room per night
At Dan Caesarea FIB compulsory every
Friday & Saturday.

How To Book

Combine these attractive hotel-only
packages with your own private car,
including:

- 4 or 7 seater including
driver/guide (up to 200 km. per day) $145 per day.
- Over mileage $0.60 (over 200 km. per day).
- Overnight guide (outside TLV) $40 per night.
- Entrance fees per person per day $7.

Airport transfers (including assistance):

- to Tel-Aviv $30 per car - cars up to 7 persons.
- to Jerusalem $65 per car.
All rates are in US$.
* Maximum free rental - 7 days
Minimum 50 km per day compulsory.

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For Reservations Call

YOUR TRAVEL AGENT OR

Israel Hotel Representatives
Toll Free U.S.A. (800)223-7773
N. Y (212) 752-6120

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$SAVE$

LOWEST RATES AVAILABLE FOR
ANY TRAVEL NEEDS.

GAIL SHAPIRO
Owner

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON CRUISES & EUROPE
"ONE CALL DOES IT ALL"

TRAVEL

SUMMIT
HOURS:
28859-A Orchard Lake Rd.
Mon.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1988

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will have a
Chanukah party on Wednes-
day at noon at the Yeshivah
Building.
The luncheon is sponsored
by Mrs. Anne Cottler in
memory of her daughter,
Hilda Lezell.
Eric Rosenow will enter-
tain. Hostesses for the party
are Mrs. Annie Barcless, Mrs.
Rosa Grunfeld, Mrs. Edith
Weiss and Mrs. Leah Yoffee.
Friends are welcome.

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Na'amat Has
Chanukah Drive

The Dans of Israel
Hotels and Resorts

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avoid the hassle at the
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"No child in Israel without
a Chanukah" is the slogan
adopted by the Greater
Detroit Council of
Na'amat/USA for its annual
Dollars for David campaign,
announced Betty Rath, chair-
man of the committee.
Dollars for David is a
special Chanukah project con-
ducted to assist children who
live in adverse conditions as
a result of wars, terrorism and
poverty.
Na'amat/USA has 20,000
children in 500 daycare
centers throughout Israel
who range in age from three
months to five years and who

depend on the services of the
organization.
Serving on the committee
with Mrs. Rath are: Frieda
Leemon, Billie Kramer,
Frieda Faigin, Alice Ross,
Lorraine Tannis, Esther
Rosenthal, Hadassah Rosen,
Margaret Bialkin and
Miriam Hoberman.
The project will culminate
with a luncheon on Dec. 6 at
Sutton Place club house.

Women Visit
Service Agencies

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division will
sponsor a tour of three agen-
cies that provide vital human
services to the Jewish com-
munity at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday.
Participants will meet at
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments' Prentis Towers on the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center campus
in Oak Park. After a con-
tinental breakfast, at the
Center, visitors will see peo-
ple of all ages taking part in
a variety of cultural, recrea-
tional and educational ac-
tivities. From there, the group
will go to Jewish Federation
Apartments.
At the group's last stop, par-
ticipants can see how Allied
Jewish Campaign dollars
assist the elderly and han-
dicapped through vocational
training workshops at JVS.
For details, contact Federa-
tion's Women's Division,
965-3939.

LOCAL NEWS

Israel T1ravel
Fair Nears

"This Year in Jerusalem —
Israel Travel Fair '89", co-
sponsored by Jewish Com-
munity Council and the
Jewish Community Center,
will take place Dec. 8 at 8 p.m.
at the Maple/Drake Jewish
Center.
Hosted by David Hermelin
and featuring George Cantor,
the fair will offer a variety of
Israeli foods and wines,
Israeli music and information
concerning group travel to
Israel.
The aim of the Israel travel
fair is to boost travel to Israel
by Detroiters, according to
Paul D. Borman, president of
the Jewish Community
Council.
The community is invited.
For information, call the
Jewish Community Council,
962-1880.

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