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September 28, 1990 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-28

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Travel/Max

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* * "CROWN PRINCESS" INAUGURAL NEW YORK CITY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1990
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the Civil Rights movement,
*
and the establishment of
*
Israel.
Mr. Goldberg then led the
*
way outdoors to the biblical
*
garden on the upper patio,
where all the plants are of
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biblical significance. They in-
*
clude myrtle, saffron, and the
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weeping mulberry bush
*
which shelters the two stone
*
tablets in the center of the
*
garden.
Next we visited the 1,600
*
seat sanctuary. The ark, the
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bronze menorah, the steel
Maxine, Stacey and Jodi Weinberg
and copper eternal light — all
Princess" 1990, 1991 season. *.k
were created by prominent
* Call our Cruise Department for discounted rates on the "Crown
New England artists, Mr.
Goldberg said.
The garden and sanctuary
were both included in the
851-7760 4 ,,`
1989 tour of the Providence
ma* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Preservation Society Festival
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of Historic Houses, when over
500 tour participants saw
Pitet%t
Beth-El.
e iloolvecia
to
oii so
Jewish tourists who visit
ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER'S
STEVE LAWRENCE
G
Beth-El are often surprised,
& EYDIE GORME
PHANTOM
OF
THE
too. "They don't expect Pro-
27-28
took the bite out of the • ig Apple
OPERA • TORONTO OCT.
vidence to have a congrega-
$1 59 a.
CLEVELAND
EXCELLENT SEAT, DINNER, TOUR, SUNDAY
P.P.
tion large enough to support
BRUNCH
From 1 89 DBL.
a synagogue like this," Mr.
• R.T. BUS OR TRAIN • EXCELLENT PHANTOM
SEAT

1
OR
2
NITES
HOTEL

TOUR
(NOT
ON
STRATFORD FESTIVAL
Goldberg said. "They're sur-
1 NITE OR TRAIN PKGS.)
OCT. 9 & 10 —"GUYS & DOLLS" & "THE MERRY
prised to see such an active
WIVES OF WINDSOR"
ALL WEEK-END PACKAGES
OCT. 17 & 18 — "GUYS
Jewish community here!'
THROUGH NOVEMBER
P.P.
IT" 160 DBL.
DOLLS" & "AS YOU LIKE &$
AIRFARES
The modern block-long
• BUS • HOTEL • DINNER • 2 PLAYS • TOUR
BOSTON-CAPE
COD
building at 401 Elm Grove
$49
OCT. 31 — "GUYS"
Avenue, just a short walk
$ 649
OCT. 4-11
BUS & PLAY
BUS

HOTELS

MEALS

TOURS
volt'

from Beth-El, was my second
• CRUISES & MUCH MOREI
TRAVERSE CITY
tro t
stop — and more evidence of
Air Only
FALL COLOR
\
F
the active Jewish presence in
HAPPY
AGAWA CANYON
Round Trip
P.P.
Providence.
FALL COLOR TRAIN
NEW \
$210 DBL.
OCT. 5-7
"This is the center of
BUS • HOTEL • MEALS • TOURS
YEAR
$ 2 49 DBL.
OCT. 5-7
Jewish activity for the entire
• PROJECT NATURE
Y WITH THE BES
• BUS • FULL DAY TRAIN • HOTEL • MEALS • CRUISE
state," said Vivian Weisman,
it and Hotel Packages Avail s
WASHINGTON, D.C., WILLIAMSBURG,
WASHINGTON, D.C. &
assistant executive director,
el • New York elmsle
GETTYSBURG & AKRON
GETTYSBURG,
PA.
• Plaza
who met me in the atrium-

a

Ma
i7“1411)&
style lobby of the Rhode
$499 DBL.
OCT. 11-17
369Z
OCT. 4-8
• BUS • HOTELS • MEALS • TOURS
Island Jewish Community
• BUS • HOTELS • MEALS • TOURS
Hamilton,
Miller,
Hudson
&
Fayne
• ENTERTAINMENT & MORE!
• ENTERTAINMENT
° S-11111
Center.
11
61, PAWS C a II
Travel
Corporation
And in a state which is only
BOOK EARLY OR WE MAY BE FORCED
mop
40 miles long and 25 miles
at 313-827-4050 (Ext. 224)
TO CANCEL YOUR DESIRED TRIP!!!
%MVO
wide, the JCC must indeed
TRIPS FULLY COVERED BY CONSUMER PROTECTION INSURANCE I
The Luxurious
serve all of Rhode Island's
ON THE OCEAN
O
17,000 Jews; this one has
T 4041 COLLINS AVE.
CALL FOR ADDITIONAL MOTORCOACH TRIPS
enough cultural and educa-
E Miami Beach, Ha.
AS WELL AS ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS
tional facilities to meet the
GLATT
INCLUDING AIRFARE AND CRUISES!
Heated
Pool

Serving
2
GLATT
KOSHER
MEALS

needs of Jews throughout the
Daily • 3 On The Sabbath
• Poolside Therapeutic
O
1-800-456-1609
or 559-8620
state.
Whirlpool
KOSHER
• Nightly Entertainment
Just off the lobby, we visited
• Daily Synagogue Services
• Private Beach
Gallery 401, an art gallery
[ WINTER SPECIAL OCEANFRONT] Reserve Now for
with changing exhibits of
Nov. 18 to Dec. 20
DAVID ROSEN MAN'S
paintings and sculpture.
Daily
AIR COOLED SUCCOTH
Per Person
Services Conducted
Other facilities include a
Double Occ.
SUCCAH
by
swimming pool, exercise
INCLUDING MEALS
RABBI
equipment, meeting rooms,
Ph one
ORIMLAND
TOLL F5EE: 1 —800- 327- 81 63
and in a separate unit, one of

the most modern mikvahs in
Air Conditioned & Heated
New England.

SCHECHTER'S
Ms. Weisman then led the
NEW & USED CAR BROKER
way to a site of special in-
2 Hours More of
(313) 851-CARS
terest to Jewish tourists: the
a
Sunshine daily
GLATT
KOSHER HOTEL
Rhode Island Holocaust
(313) 851-2277
YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Memorial Museum and
WINTER SPECIAL
Garden. First we visited the
Reserve Now For The
Advertising in The Jewish News
Nov. 18 to Dec. 20
museum, which houses a per-
SUCCOTH
Daily Per Person
manent exhibit of photo-
Gets Results
Double Occ.
HOLIDAYS
INCLUDING MEALS
graphs and artifacts. Then we
Place Your Ad Today.
went outdoors to an open
Phone TOLL FREE 1-800-327-8165
Call 354-6060
space with six trees, symbolic
Entire Oceanfront Block 37th to 38th Sts Miami Beach
SCHECHTER FAMILY Management
of the six million Holocaust
victims.

t ravel

BERKLEY TOURS & TRAVEL INC.

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