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February 19, 1960 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-02-19

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THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS—Friday, February 19, 1960-10

Miami Preparing Trip to Israel Wins
for 'Big' March Film Role for Child

On His Way to Israel
for 'Exodus' Casting
ronwr.

Producer-director OTTO PRE-
MINGER is handed his tickets
by El Al Israel Airlines hostess
ROZI WECHSLER as he gets
ready to leave for Israel for the
production of his forthcoming
film, "Exodus." Preminger has
selected El Al Israel. Airlines
as the exclusive carrier for the
"Exodus" airlift between the
United States, Europe and Is-
rael. Involved are about 150
members of the cast, technical
crews and production personnel
as well as thousands of pounds
of highly sensitive equipment.

London U. Receives Grant .
for Wolfson Laboratory

LONDON, (JTA) — The
British - Jewish philanthropist
Isaac Wolfson has made a grant
of 350,000 pounds sterling
($980,000) for the construction
- and equipping of a laboratory
for biochemistry and microbi-
ology at the Imperial College of
Science and Technology of Lon-
don University. The new unit
will be called the Wolfson Lab-
oratory.

C ALA.;
MODIFIED
AMERICAN PLAN 1,„1
$15' Day, person,
doub. occ. Mar.
20-Apr. 30. $18
Mar. 19.

CoT•lehely

Co ndilion.1

MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—Plenty
of sup and entertainment lie
ahead for vacationers in Miami,
Beach as winter keeps its grip
on more northern latitudes.
March is one of the biggest
months here—funwise—of the
entire season. Major league
baseball training games start
during the month, horse racing
moves to Gulfstream Park and
the night clubs continue their
star-sprinkled • produCtions with
the best in orchestras and per-
fotmers.
This year the Baltimore Or-
ioles serve as the home team in
the Grapefruit League with an
18-game schedule opening
March 12 and closing April 12.
The thoroughbreds move to
Gulfstream from Hialeah March
3, with the track just north of
town continuing its meeting
through April 21. The feature
of the Gulfstream program is
the $100,000 Florida Derby.
Ice rarely is seen in Miami
Beach, but there will be a whole
rink full of it as "Holiday on
Ice" opens in the big Conven-
tion Hall March 18 to continue
until the end of the month.
Other features here include a
concert by. the Miami Beach
Civic orchestra on March 6, a
concert by the Community
Singers March 13; ballet on
March 20 and a concert by the
'University of Miami Symphony
orchestra on March 27, all in the
city auditorium.
Miami Beach Seasons
Although the Miami Beach
climate always is mild, this re-
sort center has many seasons.
There are five seasons for
changing hotel and apartment
rate structures and every month
f inds different blooms either
entering or leaving the scene,
providing a continual round of

changing beauty.
The ocean floor at Miami
Beach is ideal for safe surf
bathing. It shelves gently from
shore for well over a mile
before plunging steeply to the
bed of the Gulf Stream.

INCLUDING TWO
SUMPTUOUS MEALS I OCEANFRONT
an d d•ned
25th to 26th Sts.,
•50 rooms out of 258
Miomi Beach

Delta's 'Fastest' Jet
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Completely
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and Heated
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I HOTEL
POOL

RESERVE FOR
PASSOVER

America's newest commercial
jet plane, a Convair 880 owned
by Delta Air Lines, shattered
the transcontinental record last
week, covering the 2,359-mile
trip from San Diego to Miami in
three hours, 31 minutes and 54
seconds.
The 84-passenger jet, the first
of 10 purchased by Delta at a
cost of $4,000,000 each, main-
tained an average speed of 664
miles per hour, with a top speed
of 779 miles per . hour.
The record flight, officially
timed by the National Aeio-
nautic Association, erases the
old record of three hours, 58
minutes and 55 seconds set by
a DC-8 flying 2,335 miles from
Long Beach to Miami.

Final certification of the air-
craft by the Federal Aviation
Agency is expected by May 1,
when Delta will immediately

place the Convair into service
on its 11,385 mile route sys-
tems. Detroit will be among the
major cities to be included.

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daily per person
double occ.
MAR. 20 to APR. 30

EVERYTHING NEW

RATE INCLUDES: TY in Every Room

Dancing • Entertainment • Cocktail

Add $3 for complete
Breakfast and Full
Course Dinner
SOL C. SHAVE

Parties • Movies

figasmassassu

Little DAPHNA EINHORN,
daughter of a rabbi, is shown
in a scene from "The Story of
Ruth" with Israeli actress
ELANA EDEN, who plays the
title role. The daughter of
Rabbi' Ephraim F. Einhorn,
who formerly occupied the
pulpit of Cong. Ahavas Achim
here and is now spiritual
leader of Temple Beth David,
in California's 'San Gabriel
Valley, seven-year-old Daphna
won the part when she was
suggested by Nahum H. Ha-
cohen, ZIM Lines' represen-
tative in Los Angeles, who
remembered the prettY young-
ster when she sailed aboard
the SS Israel last summer
with her mother, a Sabra who
was Miss Haifa of 1952. Daph-
na plays the role of Tebah,
the child trained to be the
sacrificial victim of the Moab-
ite idol, Chemosh.

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And every night in the thrilling Cafe Pompeii shine such
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et Illightcoach

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per person
double occupancy
40 of 125 rms. Jan. 23-Mar. 20

MOD. AMER. PLAN

2 Deluxe Meals Daily
European Plan Welcome
Dietary Laws Observed

NORMAN ARROW

Food Director

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Owner-Mono•ement






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Social Hostess
Supervised Activities

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COLLINS AVE. OFF LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA

the air line with the

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