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April 13, 1973 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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THE DETROIT JEWIsH NEWS
20—Frid ay,
13, 1973

HT lie a Party All the Way to Israel on TSS Mardi Gras Cruise

MIAMI — The TSS Mardi
Gras' 41-day cruise to Israel
Israel to Produce
next fall could be one of the
Color TV for Export most unique sailings yet.
Ted Arison, president of
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Mern- Carnival Cruise Lines and a
hers of Kibutz Mar Massarik former colonel in the Israeli
near Haifa will go to Finland army, has arranged for every
shortly to train for the pro- passenger to be able to plant
duction of color TV sets. The a tree in Israel as a momen-
kibutz currently manufac- to of the cruise. But the high-
tures black-and-white sets un- light for many will be the op-
der license from the Finnish portunity to attend New
company "Salora." It expects Year's services at the Wail-
eventually to produce 5,000 ing Wall in Jerusalem. Seven
sets annually to be mar- full days will be spent in
keted in European countries. Israel.
Passengers
aboard the
Classifieds Get Quick Results i Mardi Gras, which departs

from Miami Sept. 8,
visit such ports as
Azores, Naples, Piraeus,
fa, Livorno, Palma and
deira.

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Many special events are
the planned, including a series
Hai- of fiestas and Italian, Greek
Ma- and Israeli entertainment.
A selection of diets will he

Free
TV All
Parking - Rooms

50

Friends and Patrons

for a

Happy, Healthy

Passover

COBO
CLEANERS

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ruby
and Family

18135 Livernoit

863-0400

nose 637-511S (Ares 616)

• Planned programs for teens
and childrenl We entertain
them while you play!
• 18-hole championship golf course! 111
• Floor shows & dancing nightly! • 3 gourmet meals
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• Attractive accommodations! • New tennis courts!
• Swimming, water-ski school! • Horseback riding!

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JUNE

TSS MARDI GRAS AND ITS BUFFET TABLE.

NO DOCTOR SURPLUS
In the same issue, the
JAMA states that there is no
surplus of doctors in Israel.
Israel Minister of Health
Victor Shemtov reported in
the Knesset "that the present
number of 8,442 medical doc-
tors in the country does not
constitute a surplus of medi-
cal manpower. At least 30
per cent of all the medical
doctors are at or beyond the
age of retirement."
The JAMA added: "The
population is constantly grow-
ing and forcing expansion of

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Only 65 miles from Chicago via expwy.

ASK ABOUT
OUR JULY AND
AUGUST
SPECIALS

AMA Reports on Diabetes

, Studies conducted in Israel
to detect incidence of diabetes
have shown that Yemenite
Jews have a decreased glu-
cose tolerance.
The Journal of the Ameri-
can Medical Association re-
ports in its current issue:
"Israeli physicians have
long noticed that a consider-
able percentage of Yemenite
Jews have a decreased glu-
cose tolerance. These Yeme-
nites have migrated in in-
creasing numbers to Israel
during the past 20 years.
"Because of their long cul-
tural isolation, the Yeme-
nite Jews offer researchers
a rare opportunity to com-
pare effects of altered diet
and other living habits with
the incidence of diabetes.
"An experimental tech-
nique for detecting diabetes
is being put to work in Israel
to help physicians diagnose
diabetes among these immi-
grant Yemenite Jews.
"The project is supported
by the National Institutes of
Health, specifically by the
National Institute of Arthri-
tis, Metabolism, and Diges-
tive Diseases.
"The team of scientists col-
laborating on this project
consists of physicians in the
United States who are led by
Marvin D. Siperstein, MD,
of the University of Texas
Health Science Center at Dal-
las; the physicians' team in
Israel is led by Dr. David
Rabin, MD, of the Hadassah
Medical Organization in Jeru-
salem."

MIDWEEK VACATIONERS
AND GOLFERS SPECIAL

Low-Low rates. FREE GOLF! Vacationers "Early
Bird" Holiday. Beginning Sunday, June 17th to
Friday, June 29th, 1973. (Excluding weekend)
SPECIAL CHILDREN'S RATE $7.00 per day up to
15 years old. From $20.00 per day per adult.

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Best Wishes to Ali Our

SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN

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AT LOW COST

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645-5560

WHERE VACATION
DREAMS COME TRUEr

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per person Dbl. 0cc.
25 at 117 roams

RESIDENTIAL — COMMERC

PASSOVER

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May 1 to June 28

rAIR CONDITIONING
ExPERT INSTALLATION

HAPPY and HEALTHY

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UNTIL JULY 1

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For a

Private • Air Cond.
Beach
Pool

Kitchenettes available

CALL BUS. MI 4-1930
RES. 642-6836
1350 N. WOODWARD, BIRMINGHAM

Best Wishes To Our
Many Jewish
Friends and Customers

and patio
• All sports
• Gala floor shows

SUN 'N FUN VACATION

in BIRMINGHAM at

RING BROS. HEATING
353 1060 & AIR CONDITIONING
COMPLETE SURVEY
"A Bryant Dealer"
AT NO COST

• Terrific food
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IN MIAMI BEACH
YOUR LOCATION FOR A

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Now Associated with

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a playtime paradise where you'll enjoy :

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NEW CADILLAC?

Call PAUL SIEGAA

8 n ACRES
OF FUN!

available, including kosher,
salt-free and low-calorie.
Fares include complimen-
tary deck chairs, gifts, study
groups in art, music and
photography, sports, swim-
ming pools, health club,
sauna and an art gallery.

medial services; thus the
need for more physicians is
also growing. Shemtov em-
phasized that the fourth medi-
cal school, to be established
in Beersheba, is absolutely
necessary in order to cope
with the medical manpower
needs in the future ,"

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25839 Southwood

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Phone: 557 - 2566

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and 8 days in israel

(Ship is your Hotel Throughout— Kosher Kitchen Aboard)

Sept. 8 to Oct. 18, 1973

miami • azores
!levies (mine) • athens
haifa (tel aviv
jerusalem)
livorno (florence
pisa) • majorca
madeira ■ miami

The biggest, fastest, most
beautiful, the one true ocean liner
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$1695*to
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• based on double occupancy
Subject to avalabrIrty
Group rates available
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I Gentlemen

I Please send me color brochure on your Israel cruise

SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT or Call

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(305)358-2501

I Name
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City

State

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