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April 15, 1994 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-15

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BAUHAUS STYLE page 65

Y.

Due to unprecedented demand, innumerable
requests and tearful pleadings, Lisa Parks
Knits has decided to give in... we will lower
our prices—permanently—on all knitted
clothing, starting Rpril 1st.

_

....

YOUR
UR

$399

* STRATFORD FESTIVAL
* "PIRATES OF PENZANCE,"
* "CYRANO DE BERGERAC,"
* "MOLIERE," "OTHELLO"

* 2 Plays - May 27-28
* & Thru Oct.

*
*

Fr. $159 *

TULIP FESTIVAL
* HOLLAND
May 14 or 14-15
Fr. $67

*

*
* TAMMY WYNETTE IN NIAGARA *
$229 *
* FALLS — June 4-5

* NASHVILLE — May 12-15,

* Sept. & Oct.

$325 *

* SHAW FESTIVAL - NIAGARA - *

* ON THE LAKE ONTARIO
*
* June 25: "Sherlock Holmes" &
Fr. $225 *
* "Lady Be Good"
* BRANSON — June 1-7 and
$699
Thru October

*

* "PUT-IN-BAY," OHIO
* June 1 or Aug. 28

$62*

* "PIRATES OF PENZANCE"

* "MISS SAIGON"
*
* April 22-24

* "SHOWBOAT"

*

$246 $249 *
*
$2611 $249 *

* Apr. 29-May 1, May 20-22,
* June 24-26

* "PHANTOM"

*
*

$2f4 $245 *

*

* June 10-12 & Thru Oct.

* NOVA SCOTIA
$999 *
June 26-July 5
* CAPE COD & WHALE WATCH *
$587 *
* June 5-11, Oct. 9-15

*

*"SEA WORLD" — Aurora, Ohio *
$129 *
* June 14-15, Aug. 30-31
* "SOUTHERN DELIGHT" TOUR *

* (Nashville, Atlanta, Savannah, *
* Charleston & More!)

* June 13-20

$599

BILOXI, MISS. & NEW ORLEANS *

* (Las Vegas Of The South!) *
* July 9 15 Only $399 *

-

*TRAVERSE CITY CHERRY FEST. *
Fr. $239 *
* July 8-10
* IOWA RIVERBOAT GAMBLING *
$171 *
July 11-13, Aug. 22-24
* MACKINAC ISLAND
_ _
* L2._12:1 `2_ _ _ _
* ONE DAY — July
----
9,Aug. 21
-

*
*
* Stratford — July 26
$61 *
(Other 1 Days Fr. $49 thru Oct.)
* * MEMPHIS,
LITTLE ROCK,

* LOUISVILLE

* June 2-7

$469 *

RENT-A-CAR 237-1772110

FROM

* & Thru October

$64 *

BRITISH HIGHLIGHTS

*

1 2 6

TYPE OF CAR

PER WEEK

UNLIMITED
MILEAGE
' EXC. INS.

LS
6/1194-
2313194

HS

24/3/94-
7/4/94

MANUAL CARS

A FIAT UNO STING

126

147

B

PEUGEOT 205 AC

C

CITROEN ZX 1.4

168

MAZDA 323

231

PEUGEOT 4051.6

252

c"

c-2

M MINIBUS FORD
AUTOMATIC CARS + AC

455

D

CHARADE 1.3

182

E

MAZDA 323

252

F
G

NISSAN SUNNY

287

SIERRA 1.8

336

SUBARU SW

392

N
K

BABY BUS

392

GMC SAFARI PS

504

X

PEUGEOT 405 1.9

392

XL MITSUBISHI GALANT 2.0

469

SX VOLVO 940

511

HIGH SEASON SUPPLEMENT

* May 19-23

.:::::....
ISRAEL

fILDAN 1711, k

MOTOR COACH TOURS - 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE!

* WE HAVE CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY INSURANCE *

* TORONTO THEATRE SPECIALS *
*
* BOOK NOW — SAVE $10!

*

Prices p.p. dbl. occ. Group Discounts.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A UNIQUE SERVICE
AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH ELDAN,
ALLOWING YOU TO HAVE CONSTANT CONTACT
WITH YOUR BUSINESS ASSOCIATES, FAMILY, FRIENDS
AND ALL NATIONWIDE ELDAN OFFICES.

PAYMENT FOR CALLS UNITS AT THE END OF THE RENTAL PERIOD

Club Tours
D.C. Museum

Mark Talisman

800-938-5000

IN NY: 212-629-6090

/111111111M

ISRAEL'S No.

■ 111.

*
*

The Bright Idea:

so

,

HIGAN / ISRAEL

USA & CANADA

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

THE JEWISH NEWS

centers for many of the 500,000
new immigrants from the for-
mer Soviet Union.
For information about the
Michigan Miracle Mission II or
for an application, contact Jane
Sherman, 642-4260.

RESERVATION & PREPAYMENT.:

BERKLEY TOURS AND TRAVEL, INC.

Give a Gift Subscription

The Michigan Miracle Mission
II is filling up fast. May 7-17,
1995, will be the community-
wide trip to Israel.
Applications with a $500 de-
posit are being accepted on a
first-come, first-served basis in
the mission office, Suite 206 in
the Max M. Fisher Building. A
wait list will be created once all
866 seats on the two El Al Boe-
ing 747s are filled.
Families, singles, fraternal
and service groups, and con-
gregations from communities
all around the state will join the
community-wide trip to Israel,
which will leave from Detroit
Metropolitan Airport and arrive
at an air base near Israel's

FREE CELLULAR PHONE
RENTAL IN EVERY CAR

London, Stonehenge, Oxford, Salisbury, Bristol Lake District, Edinbur h,
*
$1375
Stratford — August 10-19, R.T. Air
*

* CALL FOR DETAILS, OTHER TRIPS & FLYERS!

pedestrian-oriented streets
would be saved. Also, certain
important historic buildings
must be preserved and open to
the public via shops, restau-
rants, galleries or cafes. Facades
of International Style buildings
must be restored to their origi-
nal white, grey, beige or pink
color.
New cafes, restaurants, de-
sign and crafts shops attract
both residents and tourists. In-
spired by Miami Beach's Art
Deco district, there are plans to <
rehab some International Style
buildings into small hotels.
"Tel Aviv is a living city," said
Assif. "We're not trying to build
a museum that freezes time; we
want to build upon the spirit of
the International Style." ❑

Miracle Mission II
Filling Up Quickly

R 10% price decrease forever.

* WASH, D.C., GETTYSBURG AND *
* HOLOCAUST MUSEUM

to save it. In the late '70s, Mr.
Karavan (whose father had
been Tel Aviv's chief landscape
architect from 1945-68), im-
plored former Mayor Shlomo
Labat to save the White City.
However, it wasn't until 1984,
when Lahat appointed Shamai
Assif, a Jerusalem-born, Har-
vard-educated architect, as chief
engineer of the Municipal Plan-
ning Department, that preser-
vation was viewed as an
essential aspect of the city's
future and became part of Tel
Aviv's master plan.
Because it is the quantity
and context that makes Tel
Aviv's International Style archi-
tecture unique, Assif made sure
that the low-rise buildings,
small squares and green malls
that distinguish Lev Tel Aviv's

NEXT TO THE BIRMINGHAM THEATRE
642-1690

southern resort town of Eilat on
the Red Sea. After two days,
participants will travel north,
stopping at fabulous sites along
with way. Mission-goers will
stay in 5-star hotels, and sight-
seeing throughout Israel will be
in air-conditioned buses.
Separate tracks will be avail-
able for veteran travelers, as
well as first-time visitors to Is-
rael. Young adults age 25-40
will have their own buses.
In addition to seeing the
country, mission-goers will meet
with Israeli government offi-
cials, and visit economic incu-
bator sites and absorption

Mark Talisman, who oversaw
the successful opening of the
U.S. Holocaust Museum in
Washington, D.C., will provide
a "behind-the-scenes" look a the
facility for members of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign's Quar-
ter Century Club June 29.
The one-day trip will leave
Detroit at 8 a.m. on a charter
flight, returning that evening.
A full day of activity will be
planned with sightseeing and
speakers.
Founding vice chairman of
the United States Holocaust
Memorial Council, Mr. Talis-
man also is the founding direc-

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