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May 24, 1991 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-24

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BERKLEY TOURS
& TRAVEL INC.
MOTORCOACH TOURS

1 - $200

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PHANTOM OF THE
OPERA - TORONTO

lifetime of achievement in art
was recognized by the French
government in 1923 when he
was made a Chevalier of the
Legion of Honor.
While his later work in-
eludes landscapes, portraits,
and scenes of the front during
World War I, Mr. Tanner re-
mains most celebrated for the
human dignity and con-
templative spirit of his
religious subjects.
Admission to the exhibition
is free; donations are sug-
gested. Free group tours of
the exhibition for 15 or more
persons may be scheduled by
calling the DIA ticket office,
833-2323. Public tours will be
offered at 2 p.m. Wednesday
through Sunday. A 15-minute
video on Henry Ossawa Tan-
ner will be shown continuous-
ly in the exhibition. The
Museum Shop will feature
the exhibition catalogue,
poster, and related materials.
The Detroit Institute of
Arts is open Wednesday
through Sunday, 9:30
a.m.-5:30 p.m. (closed Mon-
days, Tuesdays, holidays).

P.P.
from $ 1
■ DBL.
• R.T. BUS • EXCELLENT PHANTOM SEAT • I
OR 2 NITES HOTEL • TOUR (2 NITE PKG. ONLY)

8 P

WEEK-END PACKAGES THROUGH SEPT.
TRAIN PACKAGES ALSO AVAILABLE

Beth Achim
Movie Night

Congregation Beth Achim
will host the premier of Slic
Flic movie night 7 p.m. June
2 at the Maple Theatre in Bir-
mingham to see City Slickers
featuring Billy Crystal,
Bruno Kirby, Daniel Stern
and Jack Palance. The film is
a comedy about three yuppies
from Los Angeles that par-
ticipate in a cattle drive from
Montana to Wyoming.
Tickets are available at the
synagogue office. There will
be a special gift and an
afterglow for patrons at the
home of Dr. Eric Gordon.
For information, call the
synagogue, 352-8670.

$

19 9

PP
Dbl.

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KOSHER!

$545 g
$ 585 g

JUNE 22-29

AUG. 17-24
• BUS • HOTELS • MEALS • ENTERTAINMENT
& MUCH MORE!!

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$239

JULY 19-21

P.P.

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$47

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$3251

CHESANING SHOWBOAT

JULY 18 & 20

From $

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WE ALSO DO CRUISES
AND AIR TRAVEL!!
CALL FOR
ADDITIONAL TRIPS!

1-800-875-TOUR or
559-8620

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Specialties

The Detroit Chapter of the
American Technion Society
will host an outing 1 p.m. to
dark June 9 at the Huntsman
in Metamora, Mich., for
families and singles.
The estate offers picnic
grounds, swimming, fishing,
hiking, field sports, buggy
rides, and skeet shooting. Par-
ticipants should bring their
own food, drink and outdoor
supplies for the afternoon.
There is a charge per family
to cover the cost of the
facilities.
For information, call Tech-
lion, 737-1990.

FLAT
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IOWA RIVERBOAT GAMBLING

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Detroit Technion
Hosts Outing

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OVERNIGHT
JUNE 11-12: "CAROUSEL" and "MUCH ADO
ABOUT NOTHING"
JUNE 22-23: "CAROUSEL' & "HAMLET"
CALL FOR OTHER DATES
AND PLAYS THRU NOV.

SEPT. 27-29

LOCAL NEWS h

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1 DAY (Carousel)
JULY 20, 24; AUG. 4, 7, 18, 28; SEPT. 14;
NOV. 3

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NOSH BY THE LB.

MAZEL TOV
1991
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