100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 24, 1984 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

10 Friday, February 24, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADL Exhibit in April on U.S . Michigan Jewry

CALL FL M.H.F.

,

(Continued from Page 1)
American colony of New
Amsterdam to establish
the first Jewish colony in
North America. There is a
portrait of Col. Isaac
Franks who served with
George Washington in
the Revolutionary War,
painted in 1802 by famed
artist Gilbert Stuart.
Included in the 1820-1880
period are paintings of two

prominent Jews serving on
opposite sides of the Civil
War: Dr. Jacob DaSilva
Silas-Cohen, Acting Fleet
Surgeon to Union forces
blockading the South, and
Judah P. Benjamin, Secre-
tary of State for the Confed-
eracy.
As America's Jewish
population grew through
the 20th Century, the ex-
hibition highlights Jewish

Deluxe Kosher
Passover Tours

social and business activi-
ties, artistic and scientific
contributions. There are
photos of immigrants arriv-
ing at Ellis Island along
with a warm scene of a
grandfather introducing his
grandchildren to Jewish
study.
The complementary ex-
hibiton, "Jewish Life in
Michigan," shows the con-
tributions Jews have made

II/

Ar Wide

1VID 1)N5)
3 FRESHLY PREPARED GL,ATT KOSHER MEALS DAILY • 2 TRADITIONAL SEDER SERVICES • TOP NAME ENTERTAINMENT

BARCELONA HOTEL

Miami Beach

EL PRESIDENTE AMERICANA

DIPLOMAT RESORT

Aruba

Hollywood-by-the-Sea
FONTAINEBLEAU HILTON
Miami Beach
INNISBROOK RESORT
Tarpon Springs
SEVILLE HOTEL
Miami Beach

AMERICANA ARUBA

Bahamas

BAHAMAS PRINCESS

zs , 4
LAKE GENEVA RESORT

Freeport

BALMORAL BEACH

Nassau

N.Y.

SHERATON BAL HARBOUR

Bal Harbour

Area

California

AMERICANA,GREAT GORGE

SHERATON PLAZA

HOST FARM
CORRAL RESORT

THE NEWPORTER

Puerto Rico

Hawaii

Vernon Valley. N.I.

Palm Springs

ROYAL LAHAINA

Maui
SHERATON MAKAHA
Honolulu Oahu

Lancaster. PA

Newport Beach

PALMAS DEL MAR

Spain

Georgia

PEZ ESPADA

Costa del Sol

SAVANNAH SHERATON

St. Maarten

GREAT BAY BEACH HOTEL

Ali our hotels art. ,pt...aieu oy the most
experienced and professional staff avail-
able Last Passover we had over 4000
,satisfied guests in our hotels

25 W. 43 Street, NYC 10036
(212) 575.8840 Outside N.Y. State Toll Free 800-752.8000

KONOVE R

Se g.

Ns

5514",

Imo se .--
"11111"41
1.. iyi, 11 ....1111
. 118 "
•14, I

III

557-4422

$225

Florida

Midwest

Acapulco

to this state. It begins in Michigan" will be at the De-
LOWEST FARES
1760, with a photograph of troit Historical Museum
EVERYWHERE
the archeological dig in April 12-29 from 9:30 a.m.
Mackinaw City of Ezekiel to 5 p.m., Wednesday
Solomon's house. Solomon through Sunday.
is the first known Jew in
Michigan. He was a fur
trader from Montreal.
There are photographs
of Jewish farming co-
operatives in Michigan;
photographs of the
Steinberg Opera House
in Traverse City, the first
opera house in Michigan;
IS PRIAM BEACH'S NUMBER 1 LUXURY KOSHER HOTEL
photographs of religious
Olympic Hooted Pooi • Ptiyale NI Weather Tennis Courts
ceremonies; the record
• Gourmet Glatt Kosher Cuisine
PASSOVER ' 84
• Complete Entertainment Program
Do n GARIBLE
book of the oldest and
• Special Long Stay Rates on Request
CHOOSE THE SEM
only remaining all-
8 mois si 9 Deis
Jewish Boy Scout troop
MARCH SPECIAL
douote occ
MAR 6 TO APR 1 5
in the state.
50M
1
L :11ells"
Any 8 Days • 7 Nights
- S50t9
IN Clll 116 3Pe0
ors mo'ct:
"Jewish Life in Michi-
seystoto
„tar , v
1
&
&styles&
CIO
do 5
Per Person
E WO & &Old VPillk
gan" documents the service
Mort In Jteati r
owoie exc
Sedur
of Michigan Jewish vete-
INCWDING MEALS
rans from the Civil War to
Phone
•••■■
TOLL FREE: Detroit Phone: 355-1945
the only Jewish Congres-
=MEV,
•■ ••• ■
sional Medal of Honor win-
3201 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 33140
ner in World War II. It fol-
lows the movement of De-
troit's Jewish community
through congregational pic-
tures and records. The syn-
agogue models by Aid
Kushner highlight this dis-
play.
Cordially invites you to Celled late
There is a 1946 Yiddish-
English pamphlet by the
A TRADITIONAL AND KOSHER
Diamond Salt Co. with help-
PASSOVER HOLIDAY
ful hints on how to use
kosher salt. There is a
photograph of Rabbi Judah
Levin's adding machine in-
ventions from 1902. The
machine, which could also
multiply and divide, is now
APRIL 16 - APRIL 24, 1984
in the Smithsonian Institu-
- tion.
Complete Holiday Program
The areas of service of the
From $799 to $1099 per person double occupancy
Jewish Welfare Federation
Plus 18% taxes and gratuities
of Metropolitan Detroit
from the early 1900s to the
j;pi ,_4dditiona/ %dolma/ion
present are represented.
And the ,exhibition marks
C Univelsat cjfoshel Mauls
contributions from contem-
S Jperm 1Plaza
porary Jews, from philan-
thropy to entertainment.
Tea, gjo7/c, Tea, 'Yolk 1000
"Jewish Life in
212-594-0836
800-221-2791
America" has appeared
in . Washington, D.C.,
ExclusivE OPERATOR FOR DIPLOMAT HOTEL
Palm Beach, Fla. and
New York City. Exhibi-
tion curator Allon
Schoener said, "It should
create an awareness of
people and events which
are an integral part of the
American experience as
well as the Jewish ex
perience. In this sense the
Is Pleased
exhibition should serve
as a catalyst to give all of
To Announce That
us the opportunity to
learn more about our-
selves and our collective
heritage."
"Jewish Life in America:
Fulfilling the American
has joined the staff of
Dream" and "Jewish Life in

:

'" 1. 15 sy
m m uu u
on rVIPNle se
si
NI es
-ma gai dB sa
mi 1111.1gBia,

.1111 .8 11111W-

800-327-8169

PASSOVER -

1984

UNIVERSAL KOSHER TOURS INC.

at the giplornat Hotel
cg-Collywood, fRa.

TERRY ROTENBERG •

• RO-TOURS

Kosher lours Designed Especially for You

Miami Beach

INC. presents

PASSOVER '84

at the newest, most exciting and diversified
resort hotel in Southern Florida,

1•1111111111111111111111•111M

"Z- 1`.

INC Glatt Kosher

National Kashruth • 914-352-4448

• 3 Freshly Cooked Glatt Kosher Meals Daily

• 2 Seder Services conducted by Renowned Cantor

• Synagogue on Premises

Enjoy your Passover holiday vacation in a traditional atmosphere
with comfortable, pleasurable surroundings.
Inocommimminem

OKO-TOURS,, 183



ANN R. SAK

Help,
save a life.
Donate
Blood.

212-725-4800

vGEMINI TRAVEL

A Full Service Travel Agency For Pleasure or Business

MADISON AVENUE. SUITE 716. NEW YORK. NEW YORK 10016

Out-of-town, call collect or contact your local travel agent

As TRAVEL CONSULTANT

American
Red Cross



0.4

TELEX #220067 BOPIN-UR

For further information and rates, without obligation,

Gemini Travel

0.•

.0.

Help.Winbu?

Se...ce or In., New1C111.1- t 7 ,e

•:•
• •
•••

g

■•••

6393 Orchard Lake Rd., Orchard Mall
West Bloomfield

Phone: 855-3600

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan