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April 26, 1996 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-26

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TIPS page 115

Act Today!

Please Join Us For A
Dessert Reception
As We Honor

Seymour Gretchko Ed. D.

Superintendent of
West Bloomfield School District

The excavated theater in Zippori National Park goes back to Roman times.

Thursday, May 9th 7:30 p.m.

Jewish Community Center
(Shiffman Hall)
6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield

Seymour Gretchko Ed. D.

ALYN is Israel's only orthopedic hospital and rehabil-
itation center for physically handicapped children.
ALYN's objective is to rehabilitate the youngsters in its
care so they are equipped with the skills and ability
to function as productive and, where possible, inde-
pendent citizens.

Please Use The Form Below For Reservations
Or Call: (810) 855-0568

ALYN ALYN ALYN ALYN ALYN ALYN

Detroit Friends of ALYN



YES, I/We Support the 1996 Computer And Rehabilitation Technology Unit Project
$180 Sponsor
$1000 Educator
$5000 Guardian
Other
$500 Patron
$2500 Benefactor



YES, I/we will attend the May 9, 1996, Event



YES, I/we will Support the ALYN Hospital, but cannot attend and would like to make a

donation of $

Number of reservations

($36 minimum per person)

Name

(as you wish it to appear in our program)
Address

City

State

Phone (home)

(office)

Zip

Please RSVP bvi MAti 1. 1996 Make checks payable to Detroit frielibs of ALYN and Mail to:

5200 Patrick, West Bloomfield, MI 48322
For more information - 810 855-0568 Your gift is tax deductible

ALYN ALYN ALYN ALYN ALYN ALYN

No gain.No pain.

Keeping your weight at a moderate level may scale
down your risk of heart attack. So maintain a healthy
diet and lighten up on your heart.

American Heart Association

until Aug. 4, includes paintings
and drawings done by the artist
during his early years, 1907-
1917. Another exhibit at the mu-
seum is called "Too Jewish," and
shows 50 works by 18 artists.
The exhibit explores how the
resurgence of ethnic conscious-
ness over the past decade had a
profound effect on many Jewish
artists. The show will run until
July 14.
El Al Airlines will expand its
service to Tel Aviv this summer.
There will be 11 weekly non-stop
flights from New York's JFK air-
port, a weekly non-stop from
Chicago, and flights from
Newark, N.J., that make a free
stopover in London. You can go
from there via Air UK to 17 Eu-
ropean cities, or go right into
England's capital for a great
time.
American Jewish Congress'
new worldwide tour catalogue
is now available. In addition to
many trips to Israel, the
brochure describes tours to
Western and Eastern Europe,
China, Australia, New Zealand,
Morocco, Egypt, South and Cen-
tral America. For a copy of the
catalogue, write to AJC, 15 E.
84th St. New York, NY 10028.
Radisson Hotels has added
seven hotels in the Israeli cities
of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Tiberias,
Eilat, ZichronYaacov and two lo-
cations in the Dead Sea resort
area. An eighth hotel in Nazareth
is expected to join the chain soon.
Israel Museum in Jerusalem
announced guided highlight
tours in English leave from the
main building information desk

at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Monday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
day. Afternoon tours in English
leave at 3 p.m. Sunday, Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
For the adventurous, there is
the Dig for a Day tour. Con-
ducted every Friday by Archae-
ological Seminars in Jerusalem
(in conjunction with United
Tours), the dig opportunity costs
$37 per person, lunch not in-
cluded.
To see the work of more pro-
fessional archaeologists, visit
Zippori National Park near
Haifa. The huge remains of a
settlement from the Roman and
Byzantine periods is not as elab-
orate as Masada, but are equal-
ly fascinating. There are the
huge stone seats of the theater,
the two-story Citadel with its
view, the Roman villa and mo-
saic floor featuring the "Mona
Lisa of the Galilee," and the
Jewish quarter. There is also a
museum on the site that has an
interactive computerized infor-
mation system and excellent ar-
tifact displays.
Consider a two-week journey
to Jewish Spain with Rabbi
Shmuel Burstein, an expert on
Spanish Jewish history. The
tour goes from June 27 to July
12. Rabbi Marvin Tokayer is
leading a kosher cruise-tour of
the Mediterranean from July 9-
23. If Jewish Italy is a prefer-
ence, that two-week tour with
Rabbi Ronald Lubofsky leaves
on June 30. For information on
these tours, write Louis Tours,
2 Mott St., New York, NY
10013. ❑

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