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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-20

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BERKLEY TOURS & TRAVEL INC.

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ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER'S

took the bite out of the

TRAVERSE CITY 6 am it et P.P.
& INTERLOCHEN 'Lli7 DBL.

PHANTOM OF THE
OPERA TORONTO

ig Apple

AUG 10-12 ("CABARET" & "RUN FOR YOUR

WIFE" WITH PAT PAULSEN)
• R.T. BUS • 2 NITES HOTEL • 2 CONT1NENTAL BREAKFASTS
• INTERLOCHEN FRIDAY NITE • CHERRY COUNTY
PLAYHOUSE SATURDAY NITE • 2 DINNERS • TOUR

P.P.
From $ 1 5 '7 DBL.
• R.T. BUS OR TRAIN • EXCELLENT PHANTOM
SEAT •10R2NITES HOTEL • TOUR (NOT ON
1 NITE OR TRAIN PKGS.)

At first, only Roman
Catholics were allowed to set-
tle in the province of Quebec.
"But that was before
General Wolf conquered the
city in 1759," he said, citing
the date of the battle of the
Plains of Abraham so
familiar to all Quebecois. It
was the battle — quick and
decisive — in which the
British finally defeated the
French.
But Rosenhek remembers it
for a less obvious reason.
"Reportedly the first Jews
that came to Quebec City
came with General Wolf and
the English fleet; they were
looking after the clothing and
supplies of the officers," he
said. "And they were the first
Jews allowed to stay in
Quebec."
Not long after they settled,
they began to gain rights. The
Jews of Quebec were given
voting rights over 150 years
ago. "And that's one of the
earliest in Canada,"
Rosenhek said.
In Old City are the colorful,
winding streets leading to
cote de la Frabique, where
there is a plaque that mark-
ed the home of Sigmund
Mohr, a Jewish resident who
set up the first phone service
in Quebec City and also
developed the phone lines
across the St. Lawrence River.
Also there was Morris
Pollack, an Eastern European
immigrant, who started with
a pack on his back and
became a real estate entre-
preneur and founder of
Pollack's Department Store,
the first big Jewish-owned
business. At La Valle Univer-
sity here, the Pollack Pavilion
is named in his honor, as is
Pollack Hall at the local high
school.
Like Pollack, other Jewish
residents have taken an ac-
tive part in the life of the ci-
ty, particularly its business.
Rosenhek and his wife retired
a year ago from Mannequin,
a well-known clothing store
they owned. And his son Felix
owns four specialty and
souvenir shops in the city.
One of them is Boutique
Feejo at No. 4 cote de la Fabri-
que, just down the street from
the Sigmund Mohr house. In-
side, tourists were admiring
the crafts made by native
Quebecois, and Felix and his
wife Joann were helping
customers select souvenirs.
After one customer had
selected a poster of scenic
Quebec City, Felix came over
to say he is always happy to
greet Jewish travelers.
"We've found that when
Jews are traveling, they like
to meet the Jewish natives,"
he continued. "And we're
delighted to welcome them." ❑

ALL WEEK-END & MID-WEEK PKGS. THRU OCT.

AIRFARES

SHAW FESTIVAL

TICKETS ONLY AVAILABLE
SOME DATES!

P.P.

NIAGARAON-THE-LAKE, ONT. $ 31 7 DBL.
AUG 17.19 "WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS" &

"NIGHT MUST FALL'

BOSTON-CAPE COD

AUG. 15-22
OCTOBER 2.9, 4.11

AUG 24-26"MISALLIANCE"8c "WHEN WE ARE

MARRIED"
• BUS • HOTEL • 2 PLAYS • ADM. "I-MAX
THEATRE" • DINNER

$ 649 API:.

• BUS • HOTELS • TOURS • MEALS • ATTRACTIONS

Y WITH THE BES

CARNIVAL CRUISE SPECIAL
SAVE UP TO $400 PER PERSON!!

it and Hotel Packages Availa a e:

Plaza tel • New York elmsle
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• Ma ix

SEPT. 6 & OCT. DATES ON NEW "CARNIVALS"

lag& Call Hamilton, Miller, Hudson & Fayne
Travel Corporation
%Valls
WVIIEN/1/
at 313-827-4050 (Ext. 224)

STRATFORD FESTIVAL
1 DAYS TRIPS

GREAT NATIONAL PARKS

899

AUG 24-SEPT. 3

• BUS • HOTELS • TOURS • MEALS
CALL FOR DETAILS

DT.

(BUS. & PLAY)

SEPT. 5

World Class Travel of Michigan, Inc.

SEPT. 11

"AS YOU LIKE IT"

"MAME"

OVERNIGHT TRIPS

(Starring Juliet Prowse)
Cleveland, Ohio

TRAVEL AGENCY

SEPT. 22.23

Call Doneson/World Travel
today for Incredible Prices!

1990 Christmas &

$ 159

a.

$ 179 DBL.
P.P.
& "AH WILDERNESS"
Other dales and plays available
through October

"SOUTH PACIFIC"
WESTGATE IN TOLEDO

AUGUST 11-18
RP.
NEVELE HOTEL Only $ 579 DBL.

AUG, 26

• BUS • LUNCH • SHOW

CATSKILLS, N.Y.

BOTH INCLUDE R.T. COACH • 7 NITES HOTELS
(2 ENROUTE) • 3 MEALS DAILY AT CATSKILLS
HOTEL • PLANNED ACTIVITIES DAILY • ENT.
DANCING AND MOREI

$43

FOX THEATRE

"FIDDLER ON THE ROOF"

AUG 11

• The Sky Princess, Dec. 22
• The Island Princess, Dec. 18
• The Westerdam, Dec. 22
• Chandris, Dec. 22
• The Independence, Dec. 22
• The Noordam, Dec. 22
• The Island Princess, Dec. 28
• The Crown Princess, Dec. 22
• The Sky Princess, Dec. 29

(BUS, HOTEL, 2 PLAYS, DINNER, TOUR)

SEPT.1-2—"GUYS & DOLLS"

BUS, HOTEL, PLAY, DINNER, TOUR, CONT.
BREAKFAST, BRUNCH

New Year's Sailings

PHILADELPHIA, ATLANTIC
CITY, NEW YORK CITY

69 P.P.

"WEST SIDE STORY"

$ 65 P.P.
INCLUDES BUS, PLAY, DINNER AND ENTERTAIN-
MENT ATTHE "ON STAGE" RESTAURANT AFTER
THE PLAY.

Sept. 8

68O

Only
DBL.
7NITES HOTELS; TOURS (AMISH, PHILLY, NEW
YORK); MOST MEALS, DINNER CRUISE WITH
ENT.; OUTLET SHOP & MUCH, MUCH MORE

SEPT. 9.16

TRIPS FULLY COVERED BY CONSUMER PROTECTION INSURANCE

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CALL FOR ADDITIONAL MOTORCOACH TRIPS
AS WELL AS ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS
INCLUDING AIRFARE AND CRUISES!

Call regarding space & bookings NOW!

Call Yolanda at

$63
$45

"GUYS & DOLLS"

353-5811

1-800-456-1609 or 559-8620

CAMERA MART

Michigan's GREATEST SELECTION
of Photo and Video Equipment

Nikon

LONDON
$65950

LOWEST PRICES

and triptrain. your choose
of 10 downtown hotels. taxes. $7950
tips. 1 or mores.
otifs Blueizys
\Oaseball
Fibs I

Friendly Expert Staff
Rapid Shipment of Orders

(313)

Round trip train or British
Airways 747, downtown
hotels, tax. 1 or more
nights. Also Quebec City
WW1.

T E H-tYF70 N
CENTER

HURON 0,159)

• DISCOVER • VISA • MASTERCARD • CANON
ALSO/CAMERA MART CREDIT CARD.

MAIL ORDERS CALL FOR U.P.S. SHIPMENT ON YOUR CREDIT CARD.
Mon. Thurs. Fri. 9:30-8 Tues. Weds. Sat. 9:30-6

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CAMERA
MART

SQUARE LAKE
ROAD

SET SAIL THIS SUMMER
ON YOUR DREAM VACATION.

CALL

Train Discounts For
Students, Seniors
Save SS

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

Call Your Travel Agent
or 353-9740

Phantom
, of the
Opera

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7 Days A Week
24 Hour Service

353-8600

Harvey Schwartz

SUMP PUMP failure
OR POWER OUTAGE IS NO PROBLEM IF YOU

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OPEN SUNDAYS
11 -3

We can make your dreams come true

INSTALLATION AVAILABLE

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GATEWAY TRAVEL

HAVE AN AUTOMATIC JET PUMP.

$75.50

Schools, Groups, Clubs, Organizations, Call for a special quote

334-9567

11 S. Telegraph Rd. Pontiac, Ml (313) 334-9567
• SALES • SERVICE • VIDEO • TRADE-INS

From

Round trip Amtrak, downtown hotels
tax. 1 or more nights. Whitesox.
Cubs tickets available.

Plus tax

MONTREAL
si4650
From
■ ., 1 ‘,..tt.Pi

CAMERA MART

Gateway Travel

From

Long weekends -
depart Wed. nite,
ret. Sun. or Mon.
round trip 747 Jet,
lodging 3 or 4
nights, taxes.

$149,50

352-9350

348-7259

AIRPORT SERVICE Luncheon Special $35.00 Up to 1/2 hours)

Limousine $35 0 0 Up

For

Car Transportation $278,11up

$3500 & UP
2 or 3 hour minimum

For Any Occasion

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