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June 19, 1970 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-19

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Lachish of the Bible
The biblical town of Lachish was
captured by Joshua in the 15th
Century BCE and annexed to
Judea. The city was beseiged by
Sennacherib and destroyed by
Nebuchadnezzer, although it re-
appeared as a village until Byzan-
tine times.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 19, 1970-23

y- SCHECHT A ER & HIRSCH'S\
lkosHERANSEAW HOTEL

El Al Shows Year's Profit

TEL AVIV (JTA)—El Al, Is- traffic at Lydda Airport remained
rael's national airline, announced at 46 per cent as in previous
a 5,000,000 pound ($1,430,000) years.
profit for the last fiscal year de-
spite the disappointing develop-
ment of world tourism last year Music for Every Taste
and the series of terrorist attacks
that prevented Israel from reach- Offered to Tourists in
ing its full tourist potential.
Israel Starting in July
M. Ben Ari, director general of
TEL AVIV—With a population of
the airline, announced neverthe- not quite 3,000,000, Israel has eight
less that the management would symphony orchestras, chamber
pay a 7 per cent dividend on the orchestras and ensembles, a na
So. Fallsburg, N.Y. • (914) 434.6000 1
20,000,000 pound ($5,800,000) pref- tional opera company, numerous
I • FREE GOLF ON PREMISES—
erence shares held by the Israel professional theater companies,
all JUNE 26)
government.
three first-rate dance companies
REGULATION 9 HOLE COURSE
Bert Ari warned that the next and a dozen or so lesser-known
• INDOOR POOL-HEALTH CLUB
few years will see all of the world's little theater groups and inde-
• NEW NIGHT CLUB-LOUNGE
airlines in a less comfortable finan- pendent musical and theatrical
• ALL-STAR ENTERTAINMENT
cial position owing the capital in- companies.
• LUXURIOUS ACCOMMODATIONS
vestment required for the new jets
Particularly rich and varied are
• HEATED PASSAGEWAYS TO
and their higher overhead costs. the festivals of music, drama and
MAIN BUILDING
He said that El Al's share of the I dance, the most famous of which
I is the annual Israel Festival.
liNNEWINAGTrEIRZ'ROUND
Scheduled this year for July 21-
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Facilities
Aug. 22, concerts traditionally
Spatial Roles Ter Midweek Creels
take place outdoors in the restored
ancient Roman amphitheater at
Caesarea, as well as in Jerusa-
At Mid-America's fabulous resort ...
lem's spacious convention center.
a playtime paradise wh e re yo u'll enjoy:
Israel's leading actors and musi-
• Terrific food
cians perform together with out-
• Beautiful heated pool
standing guest artists like Rich-
and patio
ard Tucker, Isaac Stern, Leonard
• All sports
• Gala floor slangs
Rose, Eugene Istomin, the Juilliard
, • FREE GOLF
String Quartet and the Preserva-

UNTIL JULTs
tion Hall Jazz Band. Guest con-
ductors include Pablo Casals,
New Lew Rotes!
- *HERE VACATION
Zubin Mehta and Dr. Otto Klem-
DREAMS COME TRUE •
perer.
Music lovers will be interested
in the special Beethoven Cycle
series of concerts, scheduled for
Write for Information or
July 6-20, with which the Israel
See Your Travel Agent
Philharmonic
Orchestra will
conclude its 1970 season. Israeli
. MINI i■ i
pianist Daniel Barenboim is fea-
tured soloist, with the orchestra
under the baton of Zubin Mehta.
One of the eagerly anticipated
Play unlimited free golf
events on the world's musical
on our own 18-hole, 7070
calendar is the "Zimriya" interna-
yard course (Special Mid-
tional choir festival, which takes
Week Golf Packages);
place in Israel once every three
then head for the 19th
years. The 1970 Seventh Zimriya
Hole' for a refreshing Instant-Replay. Row a 5-mile lake. Motor
will open with concerts in Jerusa-
Boat. Fish. Swim the Olympic size pool or new Polynesian in-
lem July 13 and in Tel Aviv on
door pool. Or loaf all day while we busy the kids with our com-
the 14th and 15th. The event comes
plete Children/Teen programs. Dine in elegance, then go catch
to a close July 22.
a Broadway star in the new Starlight Room. Stevensville. It's
On the ballet scene, there's the
your kind of place for your kind of people. Enjoy a 1970 vaca-
famous Inbal Dance Company, the
tion at 1969 prices.
Bat-Dor Dance Company (offering
three performances in July), and
DIR. RES. N.Y.C.
the Batsheva Dance Company,
(212) IA 4-6662
scheduled to appear in Tel Aviv
(OR CALL YOUR
TRAVEL AGENT)
July 22 and 23.

GLATT

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July "3-for-2"
SPECIALS

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June 'Early - Bird'

Specials

FREE GOLF EVER Y DAY!
Midweek
i 1 Ja I y, yr
Th ursday,
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June M
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CHILDREN under 15 Yea.
it pe day, sharing
ropp, S5..00
only with Parents, includ-
ing 3 meals.

JULY
FAMILY
BONUS !

• Floor shows
1 denotes MCMilit

"Take
a vocation for 3 . . .
and the 3rd will be
FREE!"
right! Storting Sunday,
July 5th until Friday, July 31,
the 3rd person (adult or
child)
in a room with 2 adults at
Nippersink will be
our guest
and entitled
to lodging and
food (3 meals each
day) abso-
lutely . FREE!

That's

July 5 to July 17 only! (excl. July

10 - 12)

In addition to 3-for-2 Special, extra children
under 15 years in the same room will cost

only $5.00 per day, Including 3 meals!

in Detroit:
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Goldstein,
25839 South-
wood Drive
Southfield,
Mich, 356-7555

Caribbean Prepares
for High Holy Days

Sam Schecter and Menashe
Hirsch, owners of the Caribbean
Hotel, Miami Beach, announced
they plan to engage a noted cantor
to officiate at the High Holy Day
services at the hotel, Sept. 30
through Yom Kippur, Oct. 11.
The Caribbean has recently re-
furnished and decorated. The air-
conditioned private synagogue is
available for daily services, and
special holiday menus are being
planned for the return of the
hotel's annual guests and new ones.
Facilities include air-conditioned
bedrooms and public rooms, pool
area and large, sandy beach.
The kosher dining room features
special salt, sugar- and fat-free
menus, and only Glatt kosher
meat is used.

Physicians for Israel
to Meet in Chicago

CHICAGO—The 20th annual as-
sembly of the American Physicians
Fellowship for the Israel Medical
Association will take place at the
Palmer House here Monday at
8:30 p.m., during the week of the
American Medical Association con-
vention.
Shaul Ramati, consul general of
Israel for the Midwest, will discuss
"The Political Situation in the Mid
East."
The American Physicians Fellow-
ship is an organization of over
6,400 -physicians who are helping
the physician and medicine in Is-
rael through various activities.

*daily
per person
ace.
JUNE 23 -

TO SEPT. 7
'55 of 157 rooms
INCLUDING MEALS

Evenings 8. Sunday FA 7-1742

COME TO BEAUTIFUL
BRICKMAN WHERE
NOBODY EVER ASKS
"WHAT'S DOING?"

That's because every min-
ute of the day and into the
night everyone's part of the
pulsing program ... you be-
long the minute you arrive,
you're part of the action
and
in
the crowd. r`:\
r.... with
p---...„,
,
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FREE GOLF
• sun terraced outdoor pool
• indoor pool • health club
•5 clay tennis courts
•Riding Academy and corral
• practice putting gran
•paddle tennis
• star entertainment
and dancing Rigidly
• late, late shows
- duplicate bridge • art classes
•terrific teen program
•21-acre children's day camp
•night patrol • nursery
•deluxe accommodations with TV.

FESTIVAL
OF THE

HOLIDAY IN NAPOLI

Sun.iSun., Aug. 16.23 The fabulous flavor of

authentic Italia in one carnival week

JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY WEEK

Sun: Sun.. Aug. 23 - 30 A wow

JULY 12-19

of a celebration.

SUN.,
ALL SUMMER LONG ... you belong the SUN.- and
'TV's Joe Franklin •

second you arrive... you're part of the
pulsing program.tirewith the crowd ...
wishing you could stay longer.

Radio

TV's popular Mrs. Fix-
Fran Lee.
Dance
it • Camp Movies • Folk
Workshop • Antique Show and

Flea Market •

Public Art Show

and Exhibit.

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In the beautiful Catskills So. Failsburg. N.Y.
overlooking a great 18-bele golf course.
For Reservations call (Toll Free) Dial 1 — (8001431-9031
Hotel Tel.: 914 434 - 5000 • Or see your travel agent.

MOST OF OUR GUESTS
FIND SOMETHING
UNUSUAL UP HERE.
AND TAKE IT HOME
WITH THEM.,

It's something rarely found in the midst of a big, modern
resort bristling with every sport and social activity
imaginable. A feeling. Of warmth. And friendliness. And
relaxation.
It's a feeling you'll feel the moment you leave the cold
cement of the highway and pass into our private part of the
country. You're with f riends. And you've got 1300 acres
filled with exciting things to do, day and night. Or quiet
little hideaways to get away from it all, inside and out.
Come. Whether you golf (on the "Big G," the most
beautiful new golf course in the U.S.A.), play tennis, swim
indoors or out, fish, boat, play all day, dance all night, or
just lose yourself in the country, what you'll take away
when you leave is the feeling that you're leaving home.
For reservations see your travel agent or write Dept. S,
Grossinger's, Grossinger, N. Y. 12734. Or call (212)
565-4500, and ask for Sheila.

Al Besselink. Director of Golf
Pete Donnelly. Golf Professional
Eli Epstein. Tennis Professional
Lou Goldstein. Director of Daytime Activities.

Now in all bookstores • Venn , e—And the Story of Grossinger's"
(Grosse( & Dunlap. Inc . publishers)

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IF YOU'RE GOING TO THE COUNTRY.
COME TO GROSSINGER'S.

GROSSINGER'S EASY-GOING
SINGLES WEEK! JULY 5-12.
1300 relaxed, informal acres filled with exciting things to do

and people to meet. Naturally! Operation Match—a com-
puter that guarantees you'll meet people you want to meet.
Round-robin seating. A non-stop day and night calendar
of parties, dances, lively socials, casual get-togethers.
Come. Watch a major Hollywood movie being filmed on
location at Grossinger's. The electrifying Ike and Tina
Turner will entertain. (Another Singles Week: August 23-
30.) For reservations, see above.

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