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December 11, 1970 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-11

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Club Med Resorts Provide the Pause
That Refreshes the Weary American;
Israeli Village Called 'Most Deluxe'

Two years ago, stockbroker located between Tel Aviv and
John Terres of Washington, D.C. Jerusalem, the village was built
abandoned a rising career corn- on a golf course by the Roths-
plete with such success symbols child banking family six years
as a Georgetown apartment, sports ago. Although not among the
car and active social life to take founders, Terres said the Roths-
roots in an out-of-the-way village child and the Lazar families
in the West Indies. And Terres be- have been the club's two largest
lieves the "good life" has only be- investors, buying buildings to
gun. enable the chain of resort vil-
Today, he works as a sports lages to expand.
instructor for an international
Club Med villages are located
travel club, Club Mediterranee • far from tourist-attracting cities so
and is thankful he never stuck that members can relax in a very
around the States long enough to informal atmosphere. Terres said
develop an early ulcer. prominent American businessmen
Terres and French-born Patri- and their wives often spend the
cia Mortaigne visited Detroit day in bathing suits and pareos--
with representatives of Air the typical Caribbean dress.
France, official airline for "Club There's no need to carry money
Med," to publicize the easy liv- in the club's "cashless society."
big and growth of the club in Members exchange their bills for
20 years. colored beads representing small
The club's present 35 summer change there's even a 242 cent
villages, 17 ski villages and eight bead. No tipping is allowed, and
year-round resorts throughout the wine is on the house.
world are a far cry from its first
Terres and Miss Mortaigne are
seaside resort on Majorca 20 years among the instructors who teach
ago. The newest one opens Thurs- sailing, water-skiing, scuba diving,
day near Acapulco.
spear-fishing, riding, judo, yoga,
Club Med also is well known in fencing and rock dancing. Em-
Israel; its enthusiasts have long ployes are rotated to other villages
made the three Mediterranean and every six months, giving them a
Red Sea spots their favorite sport chance to see the world and meet
grounds in the quest for unend new people.
ing sunshine.
For information, write Club Med-
The village at Caesarea in 1st iterranean, 516 Fifth Ave., New
rael is described by Miss Mor- York 10036, or call Air France
taigne as the most deluxe of all here, 9614760. After all, 1,000,000
Club Med structures. Centrally members can't be wrong.
.SS



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Jewish Editors Study Communities
on Joint Caribbean Mission

GUADELOUPE, Pointe-a-Pitre— Venezuela and Guadeloupe were
A group of editors of English- included in the study tour as part
Jewish newspapers toured Carib- of the floating Air France Carib-
bean countries in a joint study bean flight cruise. Another group
mission of conditions prevailing in of Jewish editors will be on the
several areas that were among Air France missions next month,
the first to be settled by Jews to embrace other areas, such as
Antigua, Aruba and Grenada.
in the Western Hemisphere.
As guests of Air France, editors
Air France Caribbean flights
representing The Detroit Jewish combined with cruises on Istra and
News, Boston Jewish Advocate, Dalmatia liners of Yugoslav regis-
Maimi Jewish Floridian, Chicago try will continue through March
Sentinel and the ZOA public rela- 20. Editors' reports on the tours
lions department started from will be syndicated during the corn-
here, proceeding on their tour on ing weeks.
the Yugoslav Jadrolinijia M/S
Miss Mary Ockay. Peter J. Kar-
Istra. man and Ben Frank cooperated in
The air portion of the tour was coordinating arrangements for this
the Air France Boeing 747 super- study tour.
jet service which was inaugurated
in the Air France Caribbean cruise
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Curacao, Trinidad, Barbados,

Libya Welshes
on Deal to Buy
French Mirages

PARIS (JTA)—Libya has unoffi-
cially told France that she will be
unable to buy the 110 Mirage jets
for which she signed a contract
several months ago, according to
reliable French sources.
Libyan officials, It was said,
have informed the. Dassault com-
pany that their government must
"reevaluate its aeronautical Pro-
gram" and therefore 'it cannot buy
more than two dozen Mirages.
The Llbyans, were also said to
have told France that their gov-
ernment Will be unable to imple-
ment the Imancial proviso in the
contract. An official attempt to
break the agreement is ■ •xpectecl
within two weeks.
French officials expressed_ deep
disappointment over the impend-
ing breach of contract, especial-
ly as Dassault has invested large
sums to enlarge its factories to
produce Mirages at the rate ori-
ginally requested by Libya.
In another development, France's
chief oil manufacturer, the French
Petroleum Co., has officially in-
formed Libya that it is giving up
its oil concession there because of
alleged pressures by Tripoli and
the fear of nationalization.
The only other French oil com-
pany in Libya, Elf-Erap, is expect.
ed to follow suit.

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A two-
volume "Encyclopedia of Zionism
and Israel," the first of its kind,
will be published here early next
year by McGraw Hill in coopera-
tion with the Herzl Press.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair-
man of the Herzl Press, said the
encyclopedia will contain 1,320
pages and nearly 3,000 articles
with 800 illustrative photographs,
maps and charts. He said the vol-
umes are being published under
the patronage of President Zal-
man Shazar, of Israel and were
edited by Dr. Raphael Patai. They
contain contributions from 285
scholars from 35 countries, all ex-
perts in their particular fields.
According to Dr. Neumann,
the encyclopedia has been six
years in the making and in-
dudes about 1,000 biographies
and 1,000 articles on towns, vil-
lages and place names in Israel.
There are, in addition, about
1,000 articles on topical Israeli
and Zionist history."
"This encyclopedia is the first
of its kind in any language, an in-

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