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January 18, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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Tourism Normalizing, More Israel Conventions

The tour companies, Egged
and United, which operate
half-day and one-day tours
within Israel are on sched-
ule, with tours departing to
Eilat, Galilee and the Golan
Heights up to the Banias
Springs. Tours to Sharm el
Sheikh and even to St. Cath-
erine's Monastery are now
operative. Arkia, the inland
airline is operating flights to
all points, with the exception
of Sinai, but Arkia charter
tours to Sinai are offered.
Israel will be the scene of
many - international con-
gresses and conventions in
1974. From the last week in
August through the third
week in October, Israel will
be the focal point of the
medical world. More than
16,000 doctors will convene in

By RAFAEL DAON
Director, Israel Government
Tourist Office
Recoveries are quick In
Israel and tourism is now
almost completely back to
normal. December saw a

nearly total resumption of
normal traffic. This year we
had 42,000 tourists in that
month, as compared with
44,500 last year, and the new
year promises to bring a
record number of tourists.
Tourist services are oper-
ating as before the war. All
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 18, 1974-21 of the international airlines
have resumed flights; all
hotels are open and oper-
ating as usual.
GLATT KOSHER





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Early Reservations for
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BERKOWITZ FAMILY

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SUGAR, SALT & FAT FREE DIETS
OCEANFRONT SYNAGOGUE
TV & Radio in All Rooms
Air Conditioned and Heated

DIAL DIRECT FREE

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For Reservations

• CALL TOLL FREE

800-327-8164

OR SEE YOUR
TRAVEL AGENT

Entire oceanfront block
37th to 38th St. MIAMI BEACH
Phone: (305) 531-0061

Or Your Travel Agent
FULL OCEANFRONT BLOCK
40th to 41st Sts. MIAMI BEACH

SAM SCHECHTER, Owner - MM..

YOU GET MORE OF EVERYTHING
STEAK, PRIME RIB, OTHER
SPECIALITIES on the menu every night,
no extra charge! Special Sports Programs/

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Social Activities/Dancing

Great Entertainment

A New Show Every Night . Tony Foster, M.C.

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FULL COURSE BREAKFAST/BRUNCH
• DELUXE DINNER DAILY add $8.50

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See your Travel Agent, or write direct

BELLE ISLE, MIAMI BEACH
Reduce the effortless way in a relaxed luxury setting. From
$31. Per Person Double Occupancy to Jan. 19. 20 of
106 rooms.

Free: DIAL. DIRECT



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Israel to attend nine medical
conventions. Among the
largest will be the Interna-
tional Congress of Hema-
tology, which is expected to
bring in 4,000 participants.
The International Congress
of the Transplantation So-
ciety will bring specialists in
the field of organ transplants,
about 2,500 from all over the
world.
Tel Aviv will host a
Fashion Week Feb. 11-15 on
the theme "Reflections of
Tomorrow." Some 90 lines
by Israel's most innovative
fashion designers will be
preview at the tenth Israel
Fashion Annual.
Something exciting is al-
ways happening at the Dead
Sea, a destination in Israel
that is too often overlooked.
This area, which lay desolate
since the destruction of So-
dom and Gomorrah until
only a few years ago, now
boasts deluxe hotels, bathing
beaches, sulphur baths with
medical facilities, museums
and a floating discotheque.
Rapidly becoming a new
Riviera in the Middle East,
the Dead Sea's popularity is
due to its overpowering land-
scape, curative hot springs,
historical sites such as Ma-
sada and Qumran, and warm
winter climate.
The waters of the Dead Sea
have been proven to have a
high concentration of salts
and minerals which are
beneficial to the treatment
of skin diseases, white hot
sulphur springs near. the
Dead Sea are helpful in the
treatment of rheumatism and
arthritis.
The Dead Sea shore is only
a two-hour drive away from
Jerusalem at the furthest
point, and any visitor to Is-
rael can easily take in an
excursion to this exciting
new resort.

Britons Aid Israelis

LONDON (JTA) — It was
reported by the Zionist Fed-
eration here that 150 volun-
teers from Britain arrived in
Israel since Dec. 25, and are
now engaged in helping out
• with the picking of citrus
fruit in the valley of Sharon.

jets. We have a magnificent 747 non-
stop to Miami every day. More head
room. More elbow room. More leg
room. Also, a Wide-Ride DC-10
nonstop to Ft.Lauderdale and thru
to Miami— the jet with the roomy
comfort of-two-by-two seating in
Tourist as well as First Class. Or
take one of our Wide-Ride 727s to
Ft.Lauderdale or Tampa. They have
fold-down middle seats in Tourist.
So you can fly in two-by-two com-
fort when your middle seat isn't
occupied.

Save on a thrifty Delta
Dream Vacation. Your Travel

Agent has them for all Florida's
most popular resort areas, including
Miami, Ft.Lauderdale, Tampa/
St.Pete and Orlando/Walt Disney
World. And for a saving of as much
as 21% over Day Tourist, fly Delta's
low-fare Night Coaches to Florida
and back. Save enough to stretch a
seven-day vacation to eight!

See your friendly Travel
Agent for your winter travel ar-

rangements. (Tell him Delta sent
yQu.) He has exciting, full-color
folders for you on Delta's thrifty
Dream Vacations in Florida.•Also
the money-saving facts on Delta's
Night Coach flights. So let him wrap
up all your jet and hotel reservations.

Delta and your Travel Agent
accept American Express and all
Other major general-purpose credit
cards. For instant reservations thru
Deltamatic? call Delta or see your
Travel Agent. And have a nice trip!
CD EL-1-A

The airline run by professionals.

DELTA'S SUNSHINE
FLIGHTS
Miami Fly the only Wide-Ride 747

— nonstop at 9:45am. There's a
Wide-Ride DC-10 thru one-stop at
1:05pm. Also a thrifty $75 nonstop
Night Coach at 10:00pm. Day
Tourist and Night First Class, $92.

Ft.Lauderdale Leave on our

Wide-Ride DC-10 nonstop at
1:05pm. For our low $75 Night
Coach fare, take the Wide-Ride 727
straight thru at 10:00pm. Other
thru-jets at 7:09am, 9:55am and
4:10pm. Day Tourist and Night
First Class, $92.

Tampa/St.Pete/Clearwater

We've got nonstops at 9:55am and
5:10pm. Also a Wide-Ride 727 non-
stop at 10:00pm with a thrifty Night
Coach fare of only S65. Day Tourist
and Night First Class, $82.

Orlando/Walt Disney World

Take Delta's dinner nonstop any
afternoon at 4:10pm. Or fly thru at
10:00am. You'll save on our 10:00pm
Night Coach— just $65. Day Tourist
and Night First Class $82.

West Palm Beach Just one stop

away on Delta's one-stop thru-jet at
4:10pm with dinner en route. You're
there at 7:24pm. Day Tourist and
Night First Class fare, $72; Night
Tourist $89.

Add small security charges. Fares and tour
rates subject to change without notice. Schedules
and aircraft type subject to change without notice
due to fuel allocation program. Tour rates are per
person. double occupancy.

Miami Beach Suntans-7
days 6 nights from $255 to
$324 EP, including round-trip

Night Coach fare. Think of Florida
sunshine. Think of the beach, golf,
racing, jai alai, those big fish in the
Gulf Stream. Then think of thiS sun-
tan special to Miami Beach and call
your Travel Agent. A wide choice
of hotels. Package includes 7 days
6 nights plus an evening tour of
Greater Miami. Taxes and transfers
extra. (Eff. thru Apr. 15 with rates
slightly higher in peak period.)

IT-3DL IFIVY
EP: European Plan, meals not included.



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