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March 13, 1970 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-13

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Harbor-Island - Spa- Names-
New Executive Director

Notables to - AdelresdMilitkIllirleyt

Larry Paskow, owner-director of
Harbor Springs Spa South, Miami
Beach„ and .Harbor Island Spa .
North, Long Branch, N. J., an-
nounces the appointment of Abe
Marcus as executive director and
general manager of the Florida
health spa.
Marcus, after earning the rank
of major during World War II,en-
tered the resort hotel business as
an owner and administrator and
has been identified with major
resort operations in the Northeast.
He has been a winter resident of
Florida for the past 15 years.

9 Mediterranean Sailings
Announced by Greek Line

The Greek Line has scheduled

nine trans-Atlantic sailings to the

Mediterranean departing New York

'April 6 Jan. 4. Two of the voyages,
in April and October, also call at
Boston en route overseas. Regular
service is offered to Lisbon, Por-

-

tugal; Piraeus, port for Athens in
Greece; and Haifa. Occasional calls
are made at the Azores, Malta and
Cyprus.
Sailings from New York are
slated for April 6, May 11, June 3,
July 6, Aug. 24, Sept. 21, Oct. 19
and Nov. 16, all aboard the 26,300-
ton flagship Queen Anna Maria.
The modern 23,000-ton Olympia
will depart from New York next
Jan. 4.
The' Greek Line is the only
steamship line providing regular
passenger service between the
United States and Israel.

Let us be grateful to Adam our
benefactor. He cut us out of the
"blessing" of idleness and won for
us the "curse" of labor.
— Mark Twain.

WHEN YOU J. A COCKTAIL

Free
Parting



Sll

TV All
Rooms



Private .Air Cond.
Pool
Beach •

SOUTH SEAS

IN MIAMI BEACH
YOUR LOCATION FOR A

UN 'N FUN VACATION

IS

S

DAILY to Mar. 25
per pers. dble.
25 of 117 rms.
g Mar. 25 . Apr. 10
EFFICIENCIES

AVAILABLE

Ave., Miami Beach

1751 Collins

Yitzhak Rabin (left), ambassador of Israel to the U.S.; Daniel P.
Moynihan (center), counselor to the President; and Senator Alan
Cranston of California will address the biennial convention of the
National Jewish Board, at the Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington,
D.C., March 18-22.

New -French M.E. Stand

-
Seen- in -- evise ' Plan

PARIS (JTA),-.Foreign Minister
Maurice Schumann indicated that
Frapce is stipporting a Four Power
Mid East peace formula that would
establish deinilitarized zones be-
tween Israel and the Arab states
manned by United Nations peace-
keeping forces and would require
Israel to withdraw from the occu-
pied Arab territories, but not un-
conditionally.
Addressing a foreign press lun-
cheon here, Schumann said he
believed the four powers—United
States, Soviet Russia, Britain and
France—were reaching some kind
of accord but not one based on
Israel's unconditional evacuation.
According to the French diplo-
mat, the formula taking shape
would link Israeli withdrawal to
a statement from Egypt, possibly
registered with the UN secretar-
iat, pledging not to attack Israel
and to keep the peace. A
second phase of the formula would
concern itself with a solution of the
Arab refugee problem and negotia-
tions wherein Israel and the Arab
states would work out mutually ac-
ceptable boundaries,
Schumann said Fr a n c e would
like to see a return of the UN
peace-keeping force to the area but
under an agreement that would not
lead to their hasty . withdrawal as
in 1967. He stressed that neither
France nor the other Big Powers

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CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED

THE AIR CONDITIONED & HEATED

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S . :Y.1 CLUB

KOSHER

_

.

RESERVE Now For

SEOURIM and
, • Synagogue
Services
conducted by
Cantor
LEIB RASKIN

Per Ped ra t i tg

.--1

1 5

double ccc.
Mar. 10 to Apr. 19

'15 Of 150 rooms

INCLUDING STRICTLY

KOSHER MEALS

GLATT MEATS ONLY

Under

Soviet policy
which supported the Arab demand
for Israeli withdrawal before any
peace-making machinery was put
into operation.
The foreign minister, who ac-
companied President Georg es
Pompidou on his American visit,
insisted that France was not
against Israel. He said, however,
that his government would
judge Israel on its approach to the
Four Power talks which Israel,
hitherto, has bitterly rejected.

past French and

"If Israel realizes that France's
only interest is peace and that
France's survival, relations be-
tween Paris wants a solution insur-
ingIsraeis and Israel will become
normal again," Schumann said.

Eban Wins: Ministry
to Retain Control
Over Information

JERUSALEM , (JTA) — Prime
Minister Golda Meir announced to
the cabinet that the plan for a
ministry of -information to be in
charge of Israeli information
been dropped, and that
abroad
the service would remain within
the province of the foreign mini-
stry.
The deciLson was regarded as a
victory for Foreign Minister Abba
exepcted Israel to withdraw uncon-
who had strenuously op-
Eban,
ditionally from the territories it oc-
posed transfer of the responsibil-
cupied in the June 1967, war. That ity for information overseas fr6-m
assertion indicated a reversal of his ministry.

In

Mac R•bbiao. others'
Ern Parkins • Free gains
I Natal Free Tat Cruise!

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ON

as

PASSOVE

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TERRACES - OR OCEANVIEW

• 400 It. OF PRIVATE BEACH
• OLYMPIC POOL
• 21" TV & RADIO in EVERY ROOM

• TOP ENTERTAINMENT and DANCING
• SOCIAL ACTIVITIES from DAWN
TO YAWN
• SYNAGOGUE ON PREMISES
• COUNSELLORS DURING HOLIDAY -
SEASON

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--- •

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ON THE OCEAN AT 21st STREET. MIAMI BEACH

"

Mrs. Meir had announced last
year after formation of the pres-
ent cabinet that she favored a
comprehensive ministry of infor-
mation and Israel Galili, minister
without portiolio, had been re-
garded as the main candidate to
head that ministry. Eban's argu-
ments that political information
abroad could not be separated
from diplomatic activity, however,
apparently carried the day.

The prime minister said that
she hoped to be able to infonn
the cabinet within the week who
would have parliamentary re-
sponsibility for information in
Israel and for the broadcasting
authority. Galili had been
,charged with this in the previous
cabinet, but he announced ear-
lier this year that he would not
resume - these responsibilities if
information abroad was not
made one of his functions.

For the time being, Mrs. Meir
herself is answerable in the Knes-
set foi the information services
and the radio and television
authority.

The cabinet voted not to contest
the Supreme Court writ issued last
November ordering the prime min-
ister to desist from interference
with Friday night television. The
two members of the National Reli-
gious Party in the cabinet and
Minister without Portfolio Mena-
hem Begin of the Gahal voted
against the decision.

GLATT

MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
• Private Pool & Beach
...Completely Air-Conditioned

14

The reception will be held in
the Festival Theater's foyers, pro-
menades and terra c e. Hord'-
oeuvres and snacks will be com-
plimentary for the 2,258 people
expected; bar service will be avail-
able, with extra bars being set up
to augment the four permanent
ones; and decorations and musical
entertainment will add to the fes-
tive occasion.

azi

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KOSHER HOTEL

Wks Ilmetrset Mack - Dtk to Mk St.

•daily per person
double occupancy

MAR. 22 to APR. 19

25 of 157 rooms
INCLUDING MEALS

CALL MIAMI BEACH

FOR YOUR

FREE ' •

RESERVATION

800-327-8165

Dial:

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Eves. & Sun. FA 7-1742

RESERVE NOW FOR

The Air-Conditioned

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Risme, Miedis Steak
and many ode tale mamma.
Early &Late Skews Ilitely mitt
(minas stars sea m
Jemmies O'Toole*. IAINI Sew.

THE ;DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
r te
Friday, March 13, 1970-21

STRATFORD, Ontario — The,
Stratford Festival opens with a
difference this year. Every ticket
holder for the opening production,
Merchant of Venice," on June
8, will receive a personal invita-
tion to attend a reception after
the performance.

A SHOWER OF STARS HOTEL

Masa .

`Merchant' Opens.
Stratford Season

Waldman

PASSOVER

HOTEL

STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE

Only GLATT MEATS Served in the WALDMAN Manner
Supervision
Under

®

$ 1 6

YOURS
TO ENJOY
• Top Shows • Dancing

* perda
pe iirs
i on $ 1 41 .2je
double cm
Mar.8 INCLUDING MEALS Mar.22
to Apr.19
*20 of 133 rooms
to Har. 72

CALL HOTEvelifirECT FREE
DIAL 800-327-8167

• Poolside Snack Bar
• TV in Every Room
Daily Services
on Premises
Its Always

"SHOW TIME

at Waidman's1

OCEANFRONT AT 43rd STREET. MIAMI BEACH

Some people have all the fun

at the LIVELY completely .1r-conditioned

liCerlie44°TEL

•FLEE CUBE LOVICES L MATS
• NIGHTLY BANGING • FASHION SHOWS

• GREAT ENTERTAINMENT TILL 3 A.M.
• PEPPY FIELDS HOUSE PARTY

11

NEW DINE-A-RAMA PLAN

MA-P. Guests May Dine at Any
SHOWER of STARS Heels Plea may
Mimi Buck's Finest Restaurants

* dear PM Person

double occ. Ma 8 MD
Ape. 5 .24 of 1V morns
Meekest

me ss hr commie

=;: y" i r

tauter r

meet. Mailer 12 in Lee a. e. ass Parent

- -
See Your TRAVEL AGENT
Write
Direct
or

B EM CHASER — MILT ISAACS Orme Mind. OCEPAIFRONT AT

esst ST. ••

RESERVE

BERKOWITZ'S

6

NOW FOR

O
i2DNI_0271.1-.11.—. HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN 2010 to 21st STS. MIAMI BEACH

* MARCH SPECIAL

daily per person

double occupancy

& Actanties
Program
Full Block of

SPECIALS
all Rates

WEEKLY PER PERSON

Private Beach
Olymn:c Salt
Water Pool
No... Daily Services

OCCUPANCY

APr. 1 to Apr. 29 $

Apr. 8 to Apr. 29

Apr. 15 to Apr. 29

including:

STRICTLY KOSHER MEALS
GLATT MEATS ONLY
MASHGIACH Cu Premises.
•20 of 180 rooms

Oceanfront at 26th St.
Miami Beach

92

•Dally, per pers..
dbl. me. 15 of
130 rms. Mar.
to Apr. 6

See your Travel Agent
or Write Direct.

Max Melamed,

Owner/Management
Walter C. Hesse,
General Manager

INCLUDED IN
TUE RATE
Ty & Movie

Social Hostess
Planned
Entertainment

PASSOVER

98*
S105*
$115*

PASSOVER

Theatre

Mar. 10 to Apr. 19
•20 of 180 rooms

DOUBLE

MIAMI REACH

CaatealKIER

Will c•..k.,i-simusisi

SERVICES

Write Direct or Call

MIAMI BEACH
305-531-0761,

Oceanfront at 27th St.

Miami Beach

12

• Daily, per pers.,
dbl. occ. 19 of
162 rms. Mar.
to Apr. 6

See your Travel Agent
or Write Direct.

H. Melamed, Management
J. J. Lindenfeld, Manager

MOMMID•VIt

Swimming Pools & Beaches • Oceanfront Boardwilk
•TV &Refrigerator in Every Room • Supervised Children's Activities
• Oceanfront Coffee Shop & Snack Bar
' • Daily Planned Entertainment & Activities • Free Parking

CHILDREN FREE IN SAME ROOM

(mom 12—limit 2 pm room)

• Full Course Breakfast A Deluxe Dinner daily,
$4.50. Children under 12, add $3.50.

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