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February 10, 1995 - Image 107

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-10

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Minneapolis

Air Only

$

Fly one way. or round trip!

Visit the Mall of America!

GILEAD KAPEN, son of Rachel
and Dr. Sheldon Kapen of West
Bloomfield, who formerly served
as Minority Staff Consultant to
the Subcommittee on Africa, was
recently appointed as Majority
Staff Director to the Western
Hemisphere Subcommittee.

CARRIE AP SEL, JAMIE
BURNSTELN and MINDY
NIGOFF of Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses have been
awarded the 28th annual Sidney
and Bee Kalt Israel Memorial
/ Scholarship. The applicants had
to write an essay about "Why I
want to go to Israel" and partic-
ipate in a committee interview.
This year's applicants were so
outstanding, the committee de-
cided to split the scholarship
three ways.

From

A "Day in Paradise"

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Tuesday Departures
Nonstop flights depart in the
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From

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Ak Orly from $399.90

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Denver
$ 1 1 9"*

From

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Fri/SaVMon

Round

Nassau,

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$009R0und

Bahamas

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Holiday Inn Nonstops Mon, Fri.
a Sat 3, 4, 7, 10. 11 or 14 nts.

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From 389 Trip

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4 nt., Air & Stardust Hotel
Nonstops Everyday but
Tuesday
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Air &
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Cancun

3 nt., Calinda Beach
Nonstops Wed & Sat
3. 4, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights

Round
Trip

Air Only

Nonstop flights
7 & 14 nts.
Wed start 1/25/95

3 nt., Aquamarine
Nonstops. Mon, Fri & Sat
3, 4. 7 or 14 nts.
Mr Only from $248.90

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3 nt., Comfort Inn Lake
Buena Vista, plus 4-door
intermediate car. Nonstops
everyday but Tuesday 3, 4,

Las Vegas

Receive Bonus P ak!

Nassau $

Orlando

To book, call any travel agent!

* Limited space on all special rates. Prices are airfare only unless otherwise noted. They will vary according to day duration,
airline and time of-travel. Fares are capacity controlled. Please add airport PFC charges and 10% FET on airfare portion
(domestic flights only). and any applicable taxes on international departures. Fares are nonretroactive, and good on new
bookings only. Participation Contract Required. PROTECT YOUR TRIP! ASK ABOUT HMI-IFS ETP.

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OUTDOOR
ADVENTURES:

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• No experience required!
• Canadian Rockies, Pacific Coast & Quebec.

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STUDENTS 17 - 21 YEARS

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CADILLAC
TRAVEL !
BEFORE MARCH 15 ,1995

AND TELL OUR TRAVEL CONSULTANT. . .

THE
JEWISH NEWS'

"YOU HEARD IT FIRST IN

AND THEY WILL ENTER YOU IN A
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Rabbis: Benjamin Blech, Alan Kalinsky, Itchel Krasnjansky & Meshulum Weiss

Sha Na Na will perform at 8 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 24 at Macomb Cen-
ter for the Performing Ans.

FOR

BOOK A TRIP WITH

William Gibson's drama The Mir-
acle Worker will be performed at

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At Macomb Center

Now

MARK SEGAL,

• Glacier Skiin. • Colorado White Water Raftin.

Keller Drama
On Stage

the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Feb. 22-25 as an Ann Arbor Civic
Theatre Main Stage production.
Performances will be Wednesday
through Saturday at 8 p.m. with
a Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. For
tickets and information, call (313)
971-AACT.
Based on a true story, The Mir-
' acle Worker portrays the rela-
tionship between Helen Keller
and her inspired and devoted
teacher, Annie Sullivan.

CALL

Hosts: Steve Neuman & Chaim Kaminetzky / Young Israel

Entertainers: Jo Arnar and Ira Heller

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Guest Lecturer: Malcolm Hoenlein

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named the Michigan represen-
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Advisors, Inc. SCATA has been
helping families find high qual-
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1970. Their portfolio consists of
over 500 programs for students
including camps, trips, summer
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locally, nationally and aboard.

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