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July 24, 1992 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-24

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TRAVEL

Interiors by

Ruth Schwartz

A.S.I.D.-I.F. D.A.

"design ideas
, to suit your
lifestyle"
• FURNISHING
• CONSULTATION
• FINE ART

30 years experience

Please call

352-2264

411•0•1 ■ .. ,

PHOTO 0 GLEN CALVIN MOON

INNOVATIVE DESIGN

CUSTOM CABINETS FOR
HOME OR OFFICE
MANUFACTURED ON OUR PREMISES

From concept to reality, our custom designs,
expert craftsmanship and quality installation suit
your specific needs. Our custom cabinets and
furniture will enhance your surroundings.

(313) 624.7300

THE
TABLE
CONNECTION

3160 Haggerty Rd. • West Bloomfield • 48323

custom designed furniture

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laminates, wood, lucite

L MURIEL WETSMAN

661-3838

TRENDS

RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED SINCE 1930

insurance estimates accepted

expert color match, foreign & American

TOWING & RENTAL CARS AVAILABLE

La Salle Body Shop Inc.

28829 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
MAX FLEISCHER, FOUNDER
BETWEEN 12 & 13 Mile Rd.

NOT ALL
TRAVEL AGENTS
ARE CREATED
EQUAL!

It takes decades of experience, financial strength.
industry respect and commitment to clients to
create a quality travel agent. Discover for yourself
why BEE KALT TRAVEL SERVICE has been
"The Quality Travel Specialists since 1958."

Bee Kali Travel

2801 N. WOODWARD, ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN 48073
(313) 288-9600
1-800-284-KALT (5258)
"The Quality Travel Specialists since 1958"

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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1992

SUMMER SALE
,to 75% off

CROSSWINDS MALL

Orchard Lake Rd. at.Lone Pine Rd.

851.3223

Complete
Financial
Services

PaineWebber
We invest in relationships.

Gerald E. Naftaly

Vice President-Investments
32300 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 150

Farmington Hills, MI 48334

(313) 851-1001 or (800) 533-1407

Community House
Hosts Tours

The Community House of
Birmingham is offering a trip
to New England Oct. 14-25 by
train, or Oct. 15-23 by air. The
tour will include over 15
visits in different areas of
New England.
The tour will include break-
fast daily and five dinners.
These historic points of in-
terest will be included: the
Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill
and Faneuil Hall.
For reservations, call the
travel department at the
Community House, 644-5832.
The fee is $959 per person
double occupancy, 10 days
escorted train; or $999 per
person double occupancy,
eight days escorted air. A
$100 deposit will reserve your
space.
The Community House also
is offering a six-night stay in
Paris at a four star hotel Nov.
5-12.
The tour will include round-
trip air between Detroit and
Paris, continental breakfast
daily, tour escort and six
nights at the France et
Choiseul Hotel.
The fee is $1,269 per person
double occupancy and $1,619
single occupancy. A $300
deposit will reserve your
space. You have the option to
extend up to 21 days.

Law Society
Plans Convention

Thu Epsilon Rho Law Socie-
ty's 72nd Annual conention
will be held at the Wyndham
Rose Hall Beach Resort Mon-
tego Bay, Jamaica, December
27. The convention is being
planned to provide fun for the
entire family. The Wyndham
Rose Hall offers water sports,
championship golf course and
tennis. Tours of Jamaica also
have been planned. There
will be a series of continuing
legal education programs
presented.
For information, call Joel
Kaufman, 851-2860; or David
Liner, 374-6237.

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Canada Honors

Toronto (JTA) — Conrad
Black, chief executive of
Vancouver- based Hollinger
Inc. and owner of the
Jerusalem. Post, and Charles
Bronfman, Canadian in-
dustrialist and Jewish
philanthropist, were app-
pointed by Prime Minister
Brian Mulroney to the Privy
Council, a ceremonial body
of advisors to Queen
Elizabeth II.

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