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May 15, 1992 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-15

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Attl Ycledners

356-6013

Tissue Paper and Clothes

We are proud of the artful cleaning and the
fine finish our pressing gives your clothes. But
nothing ruins our work like hanging on a
hanger in a crowded closet. So we stuff each
garment with tissue paper to help keep the fine
pressed finish. We stuff the sleeves, body and
collar with tissue paper so that the garment
will be ready to go when you are.

Skillfully Stuffed:

* CANADIAN ROCKIES
*
June 27-July 5
$1,435 *
*June
Air & Transfers, Hotels, Tours *
'*
Cruises, 2 Dinners

*

* HIGHLIGHTS OF SCANDINAVIA *
*July 18-Aug. 2
$2,136*
* R.T. Air & Transfers • Bus Tours *
* • Hotels • Meals • More!

MOTOR COACH TOURS:

`PHANTOM OF THE OPERA"

* Toronto, Best Seats!

"MISS SAIGON" NEW YORK
* May 29-June 2, July 31-Aug. 4, *
* Nov. 27-Dec. 1
$479 *
*Show • Tour • Meals • Ellis*
* Island • Statue of Liberty

*

. . . s 7 „ .
MOTOR COACH TOURS ARE OUR . : : ..-f-.0 ,

* MACKINAC ISLAND LILAC FESTIVAL *
June 10-12
$225 *
Mission Pt. Resort on Island *
.'
Meals • Ferry • Carriage Ride

• "THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA"
Toronto, July 24-26
Best seats!..SPECIAL .$219
• MT. PLEASANT GAMBLING
With Dinner June 20,
July 18
$39
• BRANSON, MISSOURI
July 16-21, Aug. 20-25, Oct. 8-13
(Celebrity Shows, Meals, Tours,
Shepherd of the
Hills, More)
$487
• BOSTON & CAPE COD
Sept. 19-26, Oct. 3-10, 10-17
Meals, Tours,
Cruise, Morel
$559
• AMERIFLORA '92
Columbus, Ohio, June thru Sept-
Weekends. 2-day Pass,
Dinner, Tour
$135
• SHIPSHEWANA FLEA MARKET
Daytrip, with Amish Dinner.
July 3, 10,
July 8, 22
$45



DETROIT TIGER BASEBALL
In Cleveland July 31-Aug. 2
Box seats for 3 games, 2 full
breakfasts & all transfers ..$169



WEST U.S. NATIONAL PARKS
Sept. 3-15 Tours, Meals,
Parks, Morel
$879
• SHIPSHEWANA Overnight
July 7-8
$115
With 2 Dinners
• NASHVILLE & LORETTA LYNN
DUDE RANCH June 11-14 &
weekends thru Oct. Opry,
Cruise, Tours,
Meals
$309
• GERITOL FOLLIES
Toledo, with Dinner,
$47
Sept. 26

QUALITY SELECT TOURS, IN •

1 - 80

583 - 2020

* RIVERBOAT GAMBLING, IOWA *
* Wknds. June-Oct. (Cruises,
*
*Hotels, Meals)
Fr. $169*

* AMERIFLORA '92 Columbus, Ohio*
*July-Oct. wknds, Dinner
* Theatre, Hotel, Adm.
$140 *

*

* TRAVERSE CITY CHERRY FEST. *
* July 10-12
$225 *
* Parade • Meals • Hotel • Show *

* SHAW FESTIVAL (NIAGARA-
* ON-THE-LAKE, ONT.)
July 11-12, Aug. 22-23,
Sept. 19-20
Fr. $215 *
2 Plays • Hotel • 1 Max Movie, *
Niagara Falls • Dinner

* *
*
* *

* DUBUQUE GAMBLING
* May 22-26
$449 *
* Cruise • Meals • Races • More! *

PARKS
*
* * NATIONAL
Sept. 3-15
$999
* Tours
• Meals • Parks • More!

:BOSTON -*CAPE COD
*Sept. 19-26;
* Oct. 3-10, 10-17
$599 *
* Meals • Tours • Cruise • More! *

* SHIPSHEWANA, IND

*June 10

* *, ADRIAN, MI
June 28
*, `SHOWBOAT"
`OKLAHOMA" July 19
* * "WEST SIDE STORY

August 9

"INTRIGUE" Aug. 9
Top Hat Supper Club,
Windsor

LAS

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Complete packages from 5 289"

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S15 Food
S30 Deferred
From
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TUES. & WEDS,

PallriprElt Contract Required

$ 11 09 90
Per Person
and Receive
..
,85°, BONUS PAK.

CALL YOUR TRAVEL AGENT OR
HAMILTON. MILLER, HUDSON & FAYNE (313) 827-4070

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1992

$43 *

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*

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$65 *

PRICES P.P. DBL. OCC. CALL FOR GROUP
DISCOUNTS ON THESE & OTHER TRIPS

available

rs

$47

June 2
* *PUT-IN-BAY,
OHIO

Other discounts

Masada Group
Sets Installation

*
*
*

* ONE DAY TOURS INCLUDE LUNCH *

Holiday Sailing
Dec 19th
2nd passenger 50 % Off! *

The public is invited. Coffee
and cake will be served. For
information, call JNF,
557-6644.

* STRATFORD FESTIVAL "ROMEO *
*& JULIET" & "HMS PINAFORE" *
June 28; July 26; Aug. 1 .... 5 69
1 PLAY
June 13-14,
:July 4-5; 11-12
Fr. $189 *
2 PLAYS
M ore dates through October *
:

*CAPE COD
*
*June 14-20
$499*
* Meals • Whale Watch • More *

• IOWA RIVERBOAT GAMBLING
June 5-7, 26-28, July 17-19 &
weekends thru Oct. 2 Cruises,
Dinner, 2 continental breakfasts
& more
$169

special gifts; Elizabeth Weiss,
hospitality chairman, Ilona
Dick, Sari Greenfield and
Evelyn Wallace, committee; Aim
Grossman, hostess fund; Bess
Axelrod, Sybil Bodzin, Frances
Binder and Jean Katchem,
phone squad.

* Weekends thru Nov. . . .$255 *

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FOR WOMEN

* * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Shirley Kraft

JNF Women

Set Installation

The Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund will hold their in-
stallation of officers at noon
May 19 at Temple Emanu-El
in Oak Park. Shirley Kraft
will be installed as president.
Bess Axelrod, program chair-
man, will be installing officer.
Mrs. Kraft has been a
leader in the Women of JNF
for many years, serving as
past president and most
recently as vice president of
fundraising. She and her late
husband established a forest
in Israel and she contributed
to endow a kitchen in the
Summer Youth Camp, spon-
sored by the Detroit Women,
in the American Indepen-
dence Park near Jerusalem.
Mrs. Kraft was honored by
the Israel Bond Organization
as JNF Woman of the Year.
The program will consist of
a musical presentation A
Celebration of Music with
Sadie Braver on the violin
and Lillian Zellman at the
piano.

Other officers to be installed
are: Bea Feigelman, vice presi-
dent of fund-raising; Bess Axel-
rod, vice president of program-
ming; Naomi Floch, Bess Glazier,
Sadie Goren, Ruth Kimmel and
Doris Markel, programming
committee; Sadie Goren, vice
president of membership; Helen
Rosenfeld, honorary chairman
of membership. Ruth Kimmel,
vice president of blue boxes,
Elizabeth Weiss, Frances Binder,
Dorothy Potiker, Minnie Ruzum-
na and Edith Zaffern, co-
chairmen of blue boxes; Bea
Feigelman, treasurer; Belle
Greenbaum, donor comptroller;
Reba Bloom, recording
secretary; Jean Klafei; corespon-
ding secretary; Selma Lifsitz,
donor secretaries chairman,
Fannie Rosenblat, co-chairman,
Reba Bloom, Sara Diamond,
Bess Glazier and Evelyn
Wallace, committee; Naomi
Floch, dues secretary chairman,
Sadye Forman, Bess Glazier,
Ann Rosenberg, Fannie
Rosenblat, Esther Sherman and
Kay Wolin, committee; Edith
Kolodney and Helen Rosenfeld,

Masada Group of Hadassah
will hold its installation noon
May 26 at Congregation Adat
Shalom.
Officers to be installed are
president, Geri Botwin; vice
presidents, Dorothy Bodzin,
Dora Silverfarb, Paulette
Borin, Bess Haron, Helen
Stebbins, Nita R. Lichtens-
tein, Joyce Rosenbaum;
secretaries, Jennie Krugel,
Florence Patt, Anne Wohl,
Lenore Golden; treasurer,
Susan Brand. Barbara Gut-
man, president of Greater
Detroit Chapters, will be the
installing officer.
"A Potpourri In Song" will
be provided by Phyllis Bratt,
vocalist, and Miriam Zack ac-
companist. Lunch will be
catered; there is a charge.
For information and reser-
vations, call Paulette Borin,
357-3025.

Hadassah Group
Installation Lunch

The Bloomfield Hills Group
of Hadassah will have its an-
nual installation luncheon
noon May 12 at the Tam
O'Shanter Country Club. The
luncheon will be followed by
the installation. Mrs. Merle
Solway of Bloomfield Hills, a
group past president, will of-
ficiate as installing officer.
There is a charge.
Officers to be installed are
President Council, Agi
Alpert, Bea Breiner, Dr.
Christine Portnoy, Barbara
Segal; vice presidents, Estelle
Nelson, Rita Sharf, Sheila
Bass, Arline Foster; treasurer,
Fannie Robinson, secretaries,
Sivia Eilander, Marilyn Ash,
Doris August.

UHS Auxiliary
Holds Meeting

The Woman's Auxiliary of
the United Hebrew Schools
will hold its annual meeting
noon May 27 at the Agency
for Jewish Education, 21550
W. Twelve Mile Rd., South-
field. A light lunch will be
served and there is a charge.
For reservations, call Anna
Mickel, 645-5237.

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