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May 21, 2004 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-21

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Catch these packages
before they fly away

HERE'S To... on page 115

Fly roundtrip on EL AL to Israel and save with these special low airfares.
Don't wait! Tickets must be purchased on or before June 4, 2004.

Iry Handelman of Oak Park recent-
ly won first prize at the
Farmington's William Costick
Senior Art Festival for a painting of
a typical, old, European street.

Children under the age of 12 pay 75%.

Travel between July 18 and August 15, 2004

899 Nonstop from JFK & Newark
$959 Dire t from Chicago
999 Direct from Miami & Los Angeles

Dr. Michael B. Opatowski, former
Detroit of
Colorado, is the
medical director
of the compre-
Facility at
Hospital in
Denver. He was
given the Spirit of Jerusalem Award
from State of Israel Bonds for his
outstanding support.


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939 Nonstop from JFK & Newark

$ 1 019 Direct from Chicago


"1,059 Direct from Miami
'1,099 Direct fmm Los Angeles

For more information, call your travel agent or EL AL at (800) 223-6700 or 212-768-9200.
Also ask about our attractively priced vacation packages at a variety of popular hotels in Israel.
EL AL offers 34 flights a week between the USA and Tel Aviv as of June 27th.

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Marshall S. Dines of Commerce
Township was recently inducted
into the Phi Theta Kappa Society at
Oakland Community College for
"contributions to community and
desire to help others."

Benjamin Siegel, former Detroiter,
was recently elected president of the
Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life
at Yale, Yale University's Hillel, for
the 2004-2005 calendar year.

Aaron Ingber of West Bloomfield
was one of 80
students selected
for the
Mission on
Diplomacy in
Europe. The stu-
dents will
explore the
workings of
affairs in Europe.
Ingber is a student at DePaul
University in Chicago.

Ronald Aronson of Huntington
Woods and Melvin Small of Royal
Oak have been named distinguished
professors at Wayne State University
in Detroit. Aronson has been a
WSU professor of interdisciplinary
studies since 1968 and was cited for
his work as an author who joins
social activism with the history of
ideas. Small, at WSU since 1965, is
a specialist in political history and
was cited for his work on American
relations and publishing or editing
12 books.

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