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January 26, 1990 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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I TRAVEL

57th InternCongregational
Men's Club Dinner

I

1990 PASSOVER CRUISE

ABOARD THE 5-STAR Stella Solaris

Big Easy

Continued from preceding page

hosted by

Temple Israel Brotherhood

Thursday, February 8, 1990

For a Pesach unlike any other, pleas le join us for our
seasonal holiday sailing to the Caribbean Islands.

at

APRIL 8-APRIL 18, 1990

Temple Israel

• Itinerary •
• Ft. Lauderdale • Nassau • San Juan • St. Thomas
• St. Barts • St. Maarten • Ft. Lauderdale

5725 Walnut Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield

All cabins sold on first-come, first-served basis. Early payment plans
and family packages are available. Some adjoining cabins still available.
Trip extensions on both ends are being offered.

This unique dinner brings the Men's
Clubs of the Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform congregations in the
Detroit area together to show the
solidarity of the Detroit Jewish
community.

GLATT KOSHER

World Class Travel of Michigan, Inc.

Call for Information, Brochure.

TRAVEL AGENCY

In Mich. (313) 353.5811
Outside Mich. (800) 888.5041
Fax (313) 353-7477

GLATT

The Schechter Family

of Miami Beach

KOSHER

Announces the Newly Renovated

Days Inn Oceanside

On the Ocean at 43rd Street

FOR

PASSOVER ONLY

* Serving 3 Glatt Kosher Meals Daily *
Prepared in its modern "on premises" facility.
• Ocean Front Pool • Color Cable TV In All Rooms
• Entertainment Nightly • Private Beach • Resident Mashgiach

For reservations. please call or write:

Leonard Trunsky,
Dinner Chairman

The Schechter Family

Rabbi David Saperstein
Religious Action Center,
Washington, D.C.

4299 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Phone: Toll Free (800) 356-3017 Miami (305) 673-1513
Fax: (305) 538-0727

Tickets may be obtained
at your individual synagogue

QUALITY TRIPS AT REASONABLE PRICES
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Dietary laws will be observed

Long weekends -
depart Wed. nite,

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of 10 downtown hotels, taxes.
tips, 1 or more l s Maple
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round trip 747 Jet, 0
lodging 3 or 4
Plus Tax
nights, taxes.

Round trip Amtrak, downtown hotels.
tax 1 or more nights, Blackhawks.
Bulls tickets available.

Schools, Groups, C ubs, Organizations, Call for a special quote

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hotels, tax. 1 or more
nights. hockey tickets
available.

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PRACTICAL GIFTS
WITH A TOUCH OF WHIMSY

DIANE HAUER

GEORGANN WOLF

VALENTINES DAY

— VISA AND MASTERCHARGE ACCEPTED —

82

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26 1990

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Round trip train. Michaels
or Oakes Inn Hotels, taxes,
I or more nights.

From

• BOSTON
• LOS ANGELES
• FLORIDA
• NEW YORK

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Train Discounts For
Students, Seniors
Save $$

OPEN SUNDAYS Call Your Travel Agent
11-3
or 353-9740

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From $895°

MONTREAL

CUSTOMIZED BASKETS

GAIL SHAPIRO, OWNER

Each Way • Restrictions Apply

SUMMIT TRAVEL

28859 Orchard Lake Rd.
etween 12 & 13 Mile Rd.

HOURS:
Mon.-Fri. 9-6
Sat. 10:30-2

489-5888

Pale'stine for their ark. "And
this is it," says Genet, poin-
ting to the sturdy and
elaborately carved ark that is
one of the prized possessions
in the large sanctuary. "This
is the original piece from the
1846 synagogue."
The present synagogue was
designed in 1909 by Jewish
architect Emile Weil, who
won an architectural corn-
petiton. "Among the bids for
that competition was an ar-
tist's proposal for $10,000 to
design stained glass win-
dows," says Genet. "Unfor-
tunately, at the time, the
members couldn't afford it.
And the artist's name was
Marc Chagall."
But the congregation has
prospered since then, and
recently completed a new ad-
dition, a garden and chapel in
pastel Art Deco style, a con-
trast to the ornate main
sanctuary.
The blend of old and new in
Iburo synagogue typifies New
Orleans Jewish life, which,
like the city itself, is an in-
triguing mix of many
flavors. ❑

Family Program
Set In Israel

Washington, D.C. — Ap-
plications for the summer
1990 LEVI (Living Ex-
perience Vacation in Israel)
program are now being ac-
cepted at B'nai B'rith inter-
national headquarters in
Washington.
LEVI, designed and ad-
ministered by the B'nai
B'rith Israel Commission in
cooperation with the World
Zionist Organization and the
Jewish National Fund, has
developed into a summer pro-
gram in Israel for families.
At the core of the program
is the opportunity to be a part
of Israeli life. While young
children play and make
friends at day camp, parents
and teenagers fill their mor-
nings with volunteer work in
a local hospital, archeological
dig, park or other facility.
Afternoons are devoted to
broadening knowledge —
learning Hebrew and study-
ing Jewish and Israeli
history.
Participants are based in a
seaside resort on the Mediter-
ranean and will explore the
land on guided tours covering
the Galilee, Jerusalem, Tel
Aviv, Masada, the Dead Sea
and the Golan Heights.
LEVI participants will
leave New York on July 12
and return Aug. 5, with an op-
tion to extend. The cost in-
cludes roundtrip air fare
(from N.Y.), all meals, lodging
in a comfortable hotel near a
lovely beach and tours.

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