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May 29, 1992 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-29

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MOTOR COACH TOURS:

*
WE NAVE CONSUMER *
* BANKRUPTCY INSURANCE *

* Protect Yourself & Demand
* Proof Before Booking Any Trip!

* CANADIAN ADVENTURE
* (Ottawa, Quebec City, MJI.)
*
*June 20-26, Oct. 10-16.$559*
* Hotels • Tours • Cruise • Meals *
*• More!

* MACKINAC ISLAND FALL COLOR *

• 13 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

* 'PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" *
*Toronto, Best Seats!
*Weekends thru Nov. ...$255*
*
*
STRATFORD FESTIVAL "ROMEO
& JULIET" & "HMS PINAFORE"
June 28; July 26; Aug. 1 ....$69
1 Day - 1 Play
Fr. $189
July 4-5; 11-12
2 Plays - Dinner • Tour
More dates through October

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

* MACKINAC ISLAND LILAC FESTIVAL *

$225 *

:June 10 - 12

* Mission Pt. Resort on Island;

*
* Meals • Ferry • Carriage Ride *

* AMERIFLORA '92 Columbus, Ohio*
*June 26-27; July 10-11;
$140*
24-25; 31-Aug. 1
*
*2 Days Adm., Hotel, Dinner
Theatre, Also dates thru Oct.

*
*

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

*
*

Sept. 18-20, Oct. 9-11 ....$239
Hotel • Meals • Ferry • Lunch
Grand Hotel • Carriage Tour

WASHINGTON, D.C. & GETTYSBURG
Sept. 17 - 21, Oct. 8 - 12 $389
Hotels • Tours • Meals • Dinner
Theater

* AGAWA CANYON FALL COLOR

* Sept. 18-20;

*Oct
. 2-4, 9-11
*

$249 *
Hotel • Train • Soo-Lock Cruise *
*• Meals

* "FIESTA TEXAS"
$888!
Oct. 11-23
* Hotels • 9 Cities • Tours • Meals
*• More!

*

* "MISS SAIGON" - CHICAGO *
* Oct. 10-12 & Dates
$269 *
* Thru December
* Hotel • Show • Dinner • Tour *

*

*

• ONE DAY TOURS
* INCLUDE LUNCH or DINNER *
*

* SHIPSHEWANA, IND.

* LAST CHANCE!

$47*

*June 2

FRANKENMUTH BAVARIAN FEST.
$49
June 18

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

CROSWELL OPERA THEATRE
(Adrian, MI) "SHOWBOAT" -
June 28, "OKLAHOMA" -
July 19, "WEST SIDE
$49
STORY"- - Aug 9

RIVERBOAT GAMBLING, IOWA
June 5-7; July 10-12; 24-26;
Aug. 14-16; 28-30 ..Fr. $169
2 Cruises • Hotel • Meals .
Also Dates thru Oct.

*

Fr. $999 *
Sept. 3-15
* T ours • Meals • Parks • More l* *

*

*TOP HAT SUPPER CLUB - *
* WINDSOR Featuring "Intrigue"*
*- Wonderful Musical
$43*
*Group Aug. 9

*

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

*
*

BERKLEY TOURS AND TRAVEL INC.

559-8620 or 1-800-875-TOUR (8687)

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

Other discounts
available

489.5888

by appt. only

The Cruise & Vacation Shoppe
of Summit Travel

'restriction,

apply

Gail Chicorel Shapiro (Owner)

Why Pay More With Other Companies?

• IOWA RIVERBOAT GAMBLING
6/26-28, 7/17-19, 24-26 &
thru Oct. (2 Cruises, Dinner at
Riverclub, 2 continental
$169
breakfasts

. CEDAR POINT
w/admission
6/20, 7/18, 8/8



$42

KING'S ISLAND
w/admission overnight
7/18-19

• TIGERS BASEBALL IN CLEVELAND
$95
7/31-8/2 Box seats for 3 games,
DOLLYWOOD
&
SMOKIES

2 breakfasts
7/16-19, 8/20-23, 10/22-25
$169
transfers
Meals, Tours, Shows . $329
• "THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA"
$219
• NASHVILLE & LORETTA LYNN
7/24-26
DUDE RANCH 7/16-19,
• AMERIFLORA '92, COLUMBUS, OH
8/6-9, 20-23, 9/10-13 Meals,
6/13-14, 7/18-19, 8/15-16
Tours, Opry, Cruise, Twitty City,
$135
2-day Pass
Ranch, More
$309
• WHITE WATER RAFTING-WEST
VIRGINIA 7/18-20 Rafting adm.,
• ATLANTIC CITY
1 lunch, 2 breakfasts,
$169
7/9-12
$199
1 dinner

AGAWA
CANYON
FALL
COLOR
• MACKINAC ISLAND BRIDGE WALK
TRAIN 9/11-13, 25-27, 10/9-11
9/5-7 ferry,
Train, Dinner,
$147
breakfast
$225
Cruise, Meals
• WASHINGTON, D.C. & GETTYSBURG
• OTTAWA, MONTREAL, QUEBEC
9/17-21, 10/8-12 Battlefields, Tours,
CITY 10/10-16, Meals
Meals, Dinner Theater,
.. $345
Cruise, Tours
$495
Mt. Vernon, More!
• GERITOL FOLLIES -
• WEST U.S. NATIONAL PARKS
Toledo, with Dinner,
Sept. 3-15 Call for
$47
9/26
$879
Details
• BOSTON / CAPE COD
MT.
PLEASANT
GAMBLING

9/19-26, 10/3-10, 10-17 •
6/20, 7/18
Meals, Tours,
Dinner Included
$39
Lobster Bake, More! .. .$559
• SHIPSHEWANA FLEA MARKET
• BRANSON, MISSOURI
with Amish Dinner
7/16-21, 8/20-25, 10/8-13
7/8, 22, 8/5, 19
Meals, Tours,
(Overnight 7/7-8 $115) . . .$42
$487
Shows, More
2 Dinners
Prices p.p. dbl. occ. Group Discounts Available

583.2020

* CHESANING SHOWBOAT
(Rich Little)
$56 *
July 15 or 16

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

MOTOR COACH TOURS ARE OUR SPECIALTY!

QUALITY SELECT TOURS, INC.

FREEDOM FESTIVAL FIREWORKS
$59
July 1
"Top of Pontch" - Entertainment

* NATIONAL PARKS

HOURS:
9AN1•5:30R1
Eve. & Sat.

SPORTS

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

Open 7 Days

1-800-437-5754

CADILLAC TRAVEL, INC.

Presents

CANYON RANCH, TUCSON ARIZONA

Luxury Spa Resort

September 12-19, 1992
or
November 2-9, 1992

-Special Group Rates-

TREAT YOURSELF TO A TRIP TO
THIS FABULOUS SPA
AND WE WILL TREAT YOU

Book by June 15 and receive a complimentary
Beauty or Health Service provided by a leading
Health & Fitness Facility in the areas. Call for
further deatils and for a list of participating
centers.

*This offer for new clients only
Ask for Lorie & Isabel

28859 Orchard
Lake Rd. Betty.
12 & 13 Mile Rds.

3 58-5 3 30

Eye Examinations
Ultimate Eyewear
Custom Contact Lenses

Eastland Mall
Dearborn
Southfield
Downtown
West Bloomfield
Entrance 7A
15219 Mich. Ave.
"The Original"
Birmingham
On The Boardwalk
Orchard Lake Road 136 N. Woodward New Orleans Mall One Block East Next to Hudson's
Mall Hours
North of Maple 10 Mile & Greenfield of Greenfield
South of Maple
371-2233
584-3820
559-7818
647-0550
626-3362

60

FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1992

Dr. M. Gottesman • Dr. M. Weishaus

Optometrists

Applegate Square

Northwestern Hwy.
(between 12 & 13 Mlle Road)

Call 358-2920

Local Tennis Pro
Scores High

Joe James, a tennis pro at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Metropolitan Detroit,
has scored the highest United
States Professional Tennis
Association rating, Profes-
sional I.
The Southeastern Michigan
Tennis Association has also
ranked Joe James and his
doubles partner, Matt Ber-
man, a JCC tennis pro, the
number two doubles pair.

Kozloff Honored

Ed Kozloff of Huntington
Woods is being honored this
weekend by the Road Run-
ners' Club of America for his
years of service as founder
and race organizer for the
Motor City Striders. He will
receive the Scott Hamilton
Award.

ION CAMPUS

MSU Accepts
ZBT Charter

The Interfraternity Council
of Michigan State University
accepted the charter of Zeta
Beta 'Pau social fraternity.
Michigan State now has 33
national fraternities.
During spring term 1991, a
group of students led by Hal
Widlansky, restarted ZBT at
MSU. In one year, over 45
brothers were initiated, and
ZBT is now a fully chartered
fraternity. Next year, ZBT
will occupy a 17-person house
located at 536 Abbott Road.
For information, call Marc
Lampcov, 337-7272.

•••I HERE'S TO . . .

LORI A. CORRSIN,

daughter of Dr. Coleman M.J.
and Jean F. Rottenberg of
Southfield, was invested a
cantor by Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.

DR. NANCY FISHMAN

was recently honored at a
"Golden Rule" awards event
for her outstanding volunteer
service to the community as
founder and president of the
board of directors of Forgotten
Harvest. The JCPenney
Award is presented to groups
and individuals who have per-
formed outstanding service in
their local communities.

BEVERLY LISS, NANCY
GLASS and ROBERT A.
BERLOW are the winners of

the Jewish Community Cen-
ter Association New Leader-
ship Development award.

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