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December 27, 1963 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-27

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Barcelona Hotel
Wearing New Face

Miami Beach's Barcelona Ho-
tel, refurbished to the tune of
$500,000, will display its "new
look" to celebrate the New
Year. Work has been completed
on the striking new entrance
facade utilizing subtle shades
of ceramic tiling to blend with
the Spanish - flavored color
scheme of the re-decorated main
lobby. The interior lobby also
has been completely re-done,
with the emphasis on cool sea
tones highlighting a bubbling
circular tropical fountain.
All public and guest rooms
have received individual treat-
ment, with new carpeting, dra-
peries and furniture designed
expressly for the hotel. The ho-
tel's elegrant Granada Dining
Room was recently enlarged to
twice its seating capacity and
will again be presided over by
executive chef Earnest Feist and
Maitre de' Hotel Larry Oppen-
heim.
Milton Towbin, General Man-
ager of the Barcelona Hotel,
has announced that the resort's
holiday and winter program will
emphasize personalized service
to each and every guest.

Miami Beach's
Newest Luxury
Hotel

IN ITS
TRUE
INAUGURAL
SEASON

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Doral '64 is a promise of
beauty fulfilled! Now com-
pletely finished and com-
pletely magnificent from
its brilliant Starlight Roof
Supper Club to the lavish
guest rooms with their
second telephone and elec-
tric ice chest in each room
Doral is considered by
those who know as the fin-
est resort hotel in all the
world. Golf is available at
our sister resort, the Doral
Hotel & Country Club in
Miami.

Canadian Minister Hails
Jewish Contributions

Continental . . . luxurious
. .. sophisticated . . . all
these adjectives apply. And
so do warmth and friendli-
ness and congeniality. Plan
to be with us this season
and share the excitement
of Doral ... in its true
inaugural season.

tariff,

For

MONTREAL, (JTA)—Justice
Minister Lionel Chevrier has
hailed the Jewish community in
Canada as a "tremendous factor
in our development which has
made many outstanding contrib-
utions to Canada's economic
cultural, social and political
growth."
In an addresss at the Chevra
T'Hilim Synagogue, marking the
congregation's 60th anniversary,
Chevrier said the Jews represent
"an astonishingly high percent-
age of what is a relatively small
community which has contrib-
uted to Canada far more than
its number would indicate."

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$12
MAP-2 deluxe meals Jan . 5 to
daily, add $3.50 per
Jan. 20
person. Dec. 18-Jan. 6.

BON VIVANT DINING—starting Dec. 18
Full Course Breakfast and Gourmet 7-course Dinner,
add $5.00 daily per person (Jr. MAP: add $3.00)
Sherman S. Winn, V. Pres./Gen.•Mgr. — Harvey Weinberg, Mgr.
For details,
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NOW! YOU CAN AFFORD AN
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plus: a FREE TRIP TO BIMINI, BAHAMAS, on an
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Redecorated Refurnished! Refreshing! Free Park-
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Fun For All Ages!

daily. per person,. r ouble occ,

60 of 166 rms., Jan. 6 to Jan. 3'1
in same room
CHILDREN FREE
as adults!
MOD, AMER. PLAN (2 meals daily) add $3.50
Children 12 or under, add $2 EFF. AVAIL.
For Reservations and Information, See Your Travel Agent,
or Write Direct.

SPECIAL RATES ON
LONG STAYS

HOTEL

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at 42nd STREET•MIAMI BEACH

Arab Anti-Jewish Venom Assailed in U.S. Senate

BY MILTON FRIEDMAN

(Copyright, 1963. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)

Many
WASHINGTON.
Americans, in the wake of the
Kennedy assassination, have de-
nounced extremism and bigotry.
But the United States continues
indirectly to subsidize the anti-
Semitic and anti-Catholic propa-
ganda of the United Arab Re-
public press and radio.
The Egyptian newspaper, "Al
Abram," has condemned the
forthcoming Israeli visit of
Pope Paul. This government-
controlled propaganda organ
alleged that the Pope had "poli-
tical motives" in the Near East
and was too friendly to the
Jews. The Cairo hate sheet
went on to charge that the Pope
was an agent of "international
Zionism."
Much of the newsprint for the
Egyptian press is paid for by
American loans and grants.
American assistance also fin-
anced construction of the radio
transmitters which broadcast
diatribes against Jews and
Catholics.
On Dec. 2, the Cairo "Voice
of Arabs" broadcast that the
American Jewish community
was behind the assassination of
President Kennedy. The broad-
cast said "the savage Zionists
and their companies killed him;
they killed him for the sake
of money. Dollars made the
Dallas police conceal the facts."
The newspaper "Al Ahram"
said that "when this Jewish
killer (Jack Ruby) goes on
trial, Zionist elements will try
to influence the jury." It com-
mented: "Those who know our
Jewish 'friends' well, know they
don't get excited or involved
unless personal or material in-
terest E involved."
National Commander Dan-



Drop Suit to Bar
Cross from Court
Building in Miami

iel Neal Heller of the Jew-
ish War Veterans brought the
issue to the attention of the
White House and urged im-
plementation of a clause in
the new Foreign Assistance
Act authorizing the President
to sever aid to the UAR be-
cause of Nasser's aggressive
military preparations and ag-
gression. He said that not
only did Nasser exploit U.S.
aid to divert his own assets
for purchase of aggressive
Soviet arms, but aid sever-
ance was also urgent because
of Nasser's Nazi-like propa-
ganda activities.
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating,
New York Republican, has call-
ed for creation of a United Na-
tions propaganda monitoring
board "to control and condemn
international hate propaganda."
He cited Nasser as "the main
offender in the exploitation of
hate propaganda." He said
that "spending by the under-
developed nations on propa-
ganda is just as inimical to the
interests of peace as spending
on actual weapons . . Efforts
to poison minds and to teach
national hatreds may be more

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• 50 of 258 room,

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activities . . . Olympic pool . . . private
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new movies each week !

Your favorites
in person:

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Daily per pers., dbl.
occ., 50 of 150 rms.,
$8* Jan. 5 to Jan. 20.
*Children occ. same
rm . as adults stay
FREE !
$12.50
Jan. 20 to Mar. 22
MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN
(incl. 2 meals daily) add $3.50.
Children 10 or under, add $1,75.

For Reservations and Information,
See Your Travel Agent, or
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Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
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RUN OF THE HOUSE, INCLUDING MEALS (M.A.P.)
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Sabbath Violence
Resumes in Israel

By 1970 public school enroll-
ment is expected to rise to 461.7
million.

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MIAMI, (JTA)—Two non-Jew-
ish taxpayers indicated through
their attorney . that they were
dropping a suit to bar Dade
county officials from erecting
a cross on the County Court-
house during the Christmas sea-
son. Robert Kaufman, the attor-
ney for the unnamed litigants
said he did not "anticipate any
litigation" at this time.
He said his clients, whom
he characterized as "Gentile
non-believers," decided not to
file suit after the announcement
of intention to do so touched
off a public storm.
K a u f ma n, a Presbyterian,
said that "ill-timing" may have
confused the legal issues in-
volved. He said that issue was
stated in Section 6 of the Dec-
laration of Rights in the Florida
Constitution .Under that section,
he said, if one sect has Tax
funds placed at its disposal to
erect a religious symbol, then
every other sect, regardless of
size, would be entitled to equal
treatment.

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Sab-
bath violence resumed in the
Meah Shearim quarter for the
first time in several weeks
Saturday when zealot youths
stoned two cars—one carrying
officials of the Kol Yisrael
radio network and the other
carrying Israeli soldiers. While
nine of the occupants of the
cars were injured, the wind-
shield of both vehicles were
smashed.
The culprits, described as be-
tween 10 and 17 years of age,
were not apprehended. Inhabi-
tants of the ultra - religious
quarter said that the youths
came from elsewhere and were
unknown to them.

dangerous in the long run and
more inducive to hostilities."
Sen. Hugh Scott, Pennsyl-
vania Republican, told the Sen-
ate that "Egypt provides the
most flagrant example of a
country using propaganda as a
major weapon against its neigh-
bors," that "it is shocking that
our money, which should be
used to raise the living stand-
ards of an impoverished people,
doing little more than free-
ing funds which Egypt uses to
foment trouble and hatred.

dail per Person
dble.y occ.
Dec.

20-Jan. 22
IS of 140

rooms

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B INCLUDES
REAKFAST
& GOURMET
DINNER DAILY

Teen Age
Activitleg
C ounselors

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