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November 18, 1960 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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By ELIAHU SALPETER

(Copyright, 1960, Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

JERUSALEM — The number
of tourists to Israel has in-
creased by 116 percent during
the past five years, and this
increase is far ahead of the
comparative figures for Egypt
' (80 percent), Italy (66 percent),
and Turkey (46 percent). But
it lags behind the 1.•percent

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1055 ERIDAN AV
mi Beach, FI

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ome Like
Atmospher

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All '

ing
u rants
In Road
orium
ctivities

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or Broc

All
Wri
Your

Prices
and Rates
Lucy Harris

oteTIDE

On the Octal+ of
Finest Strldf

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- man S
om Heard
0 •e
dom otices German
t e 1 s
Isr . While Ameri-
th
nglish-speaking
a wgll as French-
es, are noticeable
g
tic
everywhere in the
, one seldom encounters
an-speaking tourists. There
probably several reasons
t of the German

ISINE

TES ALWAY
MODERATE
European Pla
America
Mr-Conditioned d Healed Reams Ankle!
Eat•rtaianseat
fla
• leach Service
e. for Brochure
and Rates
rk & Kesselman

Red Skelton and is entour-
age of 70 persons
up winter
quarters at the
ton Resort
Hote yesterda
n Pewaukee,
is., ile t
omedian tapes
. 2
V show at the '
ax Co. offices in I
acine.
on and his crew will be
he Oakton through Nov. 8.
Raymond Burr, TV's Perry
Mason, also may be a guest at ,
the Oakton Dec. 9-11 when the
Nu Beta Epsilon legal frater-
nity holds its convention there
with, the Chicago office group
as hosts. Burr was honored
recently by the convention with
e title of honorary national
ancellor.

CTLY ON THE OCEAN AT
rd ST., MIAMI B • C FLA.

7 Completely' Con

4-3190

An Intimate Res

Friendliness

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y per person
ouble occ.
To Dec. 11
40 al 130 rooms

Equipped Effi-
cies • Completely
-Conditioned •

COST!

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ent
arking

$

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CALA XMAS-NEW YE
I. MURAYCHIK Own.

Ben & Rae

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Your T

PARKING
TAINMENT

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Agent

Hotel

erson
dble. occ.
to Dec. 20
*15 of 71 rooms

daily per person
dble. occ.
Dec. 21-Jan. 15
*15 of 71 rooms

PRIVATE BEACH - • POOL
CABANA COLONY .

39th to 40th STS. & COLLINS AVE.

OCEANFRONT at LINCOLN R13..44

MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA

MIAMI BEACH



YOU'LL FEEL SO PROUD .
SO PAMPERED
at the Fabulous Ritz Plaza Hotel — Pride of

Oceanfront Hotels — where every
Holiday Pleasure awaits you.


Ritz

• HOTEL •

ALL OUTSIDE DE
E GUEST
ROOMS and PE
USES • PRI-
VATE BEACH
R RACE SNACK
BAR • OLY
POOL • TV and
MOVIE TH
R • OUTDOOR PATIO
PLANNE
TERTAINMENT • FREE
PARKI
DIETARY LA S STRICT-
LY 0
RVED • 100% IR PiND
TIO
AND HEATED

EEN AGE FUN
SUPERVISED
COUNS 0
NIGHT

Wri

L

IIY per person
uble occ
ec. 23-,lam. 7
*40 of 140 rooms

ICUDES
Full-Cour
NseL Breakfast
and Deluxe Dinner Daily
RESERVE 'FOR-
PASSOVER NOW'

Free Color Brochure

STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE

MIAMI BEACH: JE 1-6881

Half Million Dollars
Spent to Beautify
Miami's Crown Hotel

0

ALAm'Ac

OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN

...r•••••••• • ••••
MIAMI BEACH — Over one ••

half a million dollars have been • •

THE KULOKS
spent to refurbish the entire •
north wing of the Crown Hotel
HOTEL
and give it "the look of tomor-
Tt Water
•P
row in guest accommodati
ft Ctooms with .Privat
according to co-ow
ator Service from .Sty
Level
r Cond :tinned di: : Heated
Olin.
()erns Aveillahlei.
Each room
custom-made
r
Your
KOSHER „IT NF
furnishings,
luding all
joyment
carpeting,
aperies, be
AMERICAN P N
Casual
television is and thermo
LUXE MEA AIL
AND SALT- EE DI S.
controll
air-conditioni
nient
ED ,
Also
w are the p rami
Pool and
V. 13 C 1 0
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ROC!
.•,:fAMOUS.:;,R03:ENT HA Li
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which afford t gues
h Facilities
CUISINE
.
SYNAGOG
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a vie

f either the ocean or
TREIVIttEs.:::,R •
BLE
eonard B. Lang, Mgr. •
bay, b
of which can be seen

ANAL
1 block north of Lincoln Road •
from
sector of the Cro

COLLINS AVE., Cor. 17th ST. •
SUPER SPECIAL RATES FOR
Richar •Hull, vetera
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA

XMAS - NEW YEARS HOLIDAYS

Beach h
int
corator, •
1 block north of Lincoln Road
acted as onsultant for the
COLLINS AVE., corner 17th ST.
1300 COLLINS AVE.
project.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
PHONE JEfferson 8-4661
The Crown has also enlarged
its famed Jolson Corner Lounge.
Weekly Broadway musical ex-
at Low,
own-to-Earth
travaganzas along with the na-
otes
tion's foremost night club and
theater world performers will
once again be presented
FREE
E
CH CHAIRS • OLYMPIC POOL,
throughout the entire season at
V
BEACH •
SOCIAL & SPORTS
no additional charge to Cr6wn
GRAM

0
SUPERB FOOD
guests.
FRE .
r extended stays

THAT Cl

oily Per erson, Dbl. Occ., 75 of 150 Rms., MeolsJnd

Binder Renovates
i's Lucerne Hotel
to Op
in December

B. I.
inder, well known
i Miami Be h hotelman, has re-
isumed..0
ation of the $5,000,-
000 luxu us Lucerne Hotel.
The
erne, opened for busi-
ess
Dec. of 1955, created a
e
ogue in hotel operations
the first hotel built in Miami
Beach with a Swiss motif.
The service, the cuisine, the
uniforms worn by the hotel
help, the interior decor all were
patterned after Swiss hotels.
Following the erection of the
Lucerne Hotel, Binder became
interested in other business
ventures in Florida, but this
year he decided to go back to
it, and with the original staff
with which he began the opera-
tion of the hotel. The Lucerne
is scheduled to be opened in
December of this year.
Various interior changes, like
the enlargement of the dining-
room, and the erection of new
patios and lounges, are now in
progress. Another feature will
be free solariums and diet
menus for those who require it.

ILE IEW

Now to
Dec. 18

Dec. 18



rt r Bent; General Manager

See your Travel Agent write direct or call:

ON THE OCEAN •

DETROIT:

UN 4-3190

3rd to 34th STREETS, MIAMI BEACH

27 HOLES

ADJOINING HOTEL

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AMERICA
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* ENTERTAINMENT
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LO
* POOL
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POOLSID
& All Day Refres

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- A COMPLETE WINTER RESORT

Daily per p
Dbl. Occ. 20 o
Rms. to DEC.
OD. AMER. P
V IL.
pers. Db .
JA •

GALA XMAS --NEW YEAR Teenagers
PARTY

Supervised Programs_for

Children &

SEND FOR ALL PHOTO BROCHURE

S

ON THE OCEAN AT 17th ST., MIAMI BEACH, FLA.

NCROFT

in the C O
y, with the median
decrea g from 21 days in 1954
HOTEL • MOTEL •APARTMENTS
to 1
ays in 1959. The per
OCEAN FRONT LUXURY
a
of vis .
All Air Conditioned Roos
n six days o a
y • New Pool - Beach
3
Per
• FREE SELF PARKING
a y s decreas cons era
• Entertainment
Pers. Dbl.
hile the per ntage
e
Occ. 50 of Write for Brochure P
160
Rms.
see
your
travel agent
who spend s to 19
in-
Now to
LOW
creased.
Dec. 18 FAMILY RATES
15th ST
Israel's fore'
miAMt BEACH. FLA
currency in-
come fro
urism shows a
ncrease too. Foreign
currency conversion (which is
not the only source of foreign
income, since tourists also spend
on travel by Israel ca
capita increased
$189 in five
absolute f .
million
At
sent, tourist f
lock entertainment
Euro
to Israel ru
Private Beach and Pool
daily per person
to
cents per air-
here-
dble. occ. to Dec. 18
as e economic t tlantic
3Q 1 17 TM/
far is about 6.5 cents per mile.
Shares Arranged
Pulmanettes
"T study team believes
Available
it in the long-ter in-
4parklIng Yuletide Program
ter
of both
and the
Gale New Year's Eve Pa
natio ers to have the
ON THE OCEAN AT 18th ST. MIAMI BEACH. FLA
lowest realistic regular fares,"
the report states.

Claremont

isconsin's 0 ton
Hosts. Red Skel n Crew

PARA ISE MO
4-

tourists prefer to speak' Eng-
lish when in Israel, particularly
in the cities; German tourists
are thrifty, and stay in small,
cheaper hotels rather than in
the big ones frequented by most
of the tourists; German tourist
spend a larger part of their I
raeli stay in traveling throu
the country and a smaller p
in the cities than the avera
tourist; many of the Germa
tourists belong to youth groups
who spend most of their time
in some kibbutz.
The average Israeli is hard-
ly aware that German tourists
visit his country in large num-
bers, and he often expresses
considerable surprise, if not
shock, when told that Ger-
many has become the fifth
major source of tourism to
Israel.
There has also been a change
in the length of stay of tourists



• II, ••

Cony

increase in the influx of visitors
to Greece.
These figures were revealed
in a - detailed report prepared
by an American survey team on
the problems and possibilities
of tourism in Israel.
Israel's Tourist Gains
In 1959, as compared to 1954,
the percentage of tourists from
the U.S. increased to 43 percent
as compared to 34 percent; from
United Kingdom, it re-
at 10.6 percent; from
't decreased from 10.9
0 9.2 percent; but from
here was an increase
percent to 3.6 percent.
ost spectacular increase
ed in the number of tour-
from Germany; their num-
in 1959 constituted 3.5 per-
cent of the total compared to
0.8 percent five years before.
The change becomes more evi-
dent if we take the absolute
figures: In 1954 297 Germans
visited Israel, while by 1959
t E
er increased tenfold
2,958. It is esti-
s year, the num-
tourists will be

The NEW

29 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 18, 1980

Tourism Increases in Israel:Many from U.S. and

ED
. POOL
remises
COR. 37th ST.

MAIN OFFICE
10 TREMONT ST., BOSTON N. Y. PHONE
GRamercy 7-0863
CApitol 7-1200

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