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August 17, 1986|BETTY MARTIN

Mexicana Airlines has cut fares from Los Angeles to Cancun, Cozumel and Merida to $308 round trip midweek. Weekends are $355. Children travel half-price. There is one free stopover in each direction at Mexico City, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara or Los Cabos.

Sunworld International Airways has begun service between Seattle and San Diego, Ontario, Las Vegas, Reno and Oklahoma City. There's a free, unlimited stopover privilege on flights transiting Las Vegas.

The U.S.-Japan Cross Culture Center is presenting a workshop for those interested in going to Japan to live or travel. The meeting will be at the Center, 244 S. San Pedro St., Los Angeles, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Aug. 30. A donation of $5 or $8 for a couple includes brochures and maps. For information call during business hours, Monday through Friday, (213) 617-2039.

A two-day seminar, "Starting Your Own Bed & Breakfast for Fun and Profit," will be offered at Meadowood Suburban Club near St. Helena, Calif., Sept. 19 and 20 by B&B Productions of Napa Valley. Included in the program will be a luncheon, tour of nearby facilities and video highlights of B&Bs. Fees are $375 per person, $660 for husband and wife and $695 per business couple. For details write Bed & Breakfast Seminar, Suite LA, P.O. Box 295, St. Helena, Calif. 94574 or call (707) 963-0852.

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