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October 11, 1974 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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16—Friday, October 11, 1974

One portal that never gets
jammed is the door to suc-
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HOTEL

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Pool
ool and Private Beach

cabana area

OCEANFRONT at LINCOLN RD.

Miami Beach Fla.

4 Days
Free

Come for 11 Days . . .
Pay only for 7 . .
you pay for 7 days.
stay for 11 .. .
REOPENING OCTOBER 27
OUR PAY 7, COME 11
OFFER IS AVAILABLE
FOR ARRIVAL UNTIL DEC. 8.
FREE GOLF. FREE TENNIS
(day and night).
3 supervised and individually
controlled meals each day
— daily massage and whirl
jet baths (except Sunday).
Supervised exercise classes
(includes Yoga).
FULL SPA FACILITIES FREE.
Dinner Dancing. Snacks
(afternoon and evening).
A different social event
each evening.

As little as $21.63 (20 of 65 rmsi

to $25.45 per day per person do.
occ. based on 11 day stay
Special rates for-Deluxe Tower
Suites or poolside Lanais.

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Toll Free: 1-800-327-4457
or see your travel agent.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

China Blames Israel, U.S.,
Bond Meetings USSR for Mideast Conflict
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) to "the struggle of the Pales-
Hear Rabin Via —The People's Republic of tinian and other Arab people
China blamed the Middle against aggression and hege-
Phone Hookup East conflict on "Israeli- monism."

NEW YORK (JTA) — Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin addressed
meetings in 48 communities
in the United States and
Canada Sunday by means of
a coast-to-coast telephone
hookup arranged by the Is-
rael Bond Organization which
observed the first anniver-
sary of the outbreak of the
Yom Kippur as National Re-
dedication Day for Israel.
Speaking from Jerusalem,
the premier's message call-
ing for greater support of the
Israel Bond program in order
to back up Israel's peace ef-
forts with a strong economy
was heard by thousands of
volunteers around the coun-
try, many of whom gathered
in synagogue sukkot at break-
fast meetings which preceded
a day of intensive solicitation
on a person-to-person, house-
to-house basis.
The premier said it was
reassuring that the Jewish
communities in North Amer-
ica were utilizing the anni-
versary of the outbreak of
the Yom Kippur War as "a
day of action' to advance
our possibilities for economic
developntent and growth.
Referring to the status of
the peace negotiations with
the Arabs, Rabin declared:
"We hope that steps towards
peace will take on concrete
form through negotiations.
We certainly shall encourage
every opportunity that might
arise."
But he explained that "it
would be folly for us not to
be prepared to meet renewed
aggression." He added that
Israel "cannot rest or relax
in the' strengthening of our
defensive capacity until we
are much further advanced
along the road towards
peace."

Waldman Hotel
to Reopen Nov. 27

MIAMI BEACH—The Wald-
man Hotel will reopen Nov.
27 for the winter 1974-75 sea-
son.
The hotel, which features
strictly kosher cuisine, is un-
der the direction of the man-
agement team of Sam and
Morris Waldman, David. Dia-
mond and Gary Sher, all of
whom are veteran Miami
Beach hotel operators.
Added to the hotel's attrac-
tions for' the coming season
is a greatly expanded pro-
gram of day and night activi-
ties which include dancing
classes including Israeli
dances, movies, game nights,
arts and crafts, calisthenics,
lectures, discussion groups,
study groups, shuffleboard
and ping pong.
Waldman's is located on the
ocean at 43rd St.

Chile Jewish Paper

Prints 1000th Edition

SANTIAGO (JTA) — "La
Palabra Israelita - Dos Yid-
dishe _Vort," the Spanish-
weekly of the Jewish commu-
nity in Santiago published its
1,000th edition Sept. 27 mark-
ing the completion of 28 years
of uninterrupted publication.
It is the community's only
weekly.

Zionist aggression" and "the
contention of the U.S. and
the Soviet Union for hege-
mony in the Middle East"
which it claimed ran counter

New Israel
Tourism Envoy
Assumes Post

NEW YORK — Israel Zur-
iel, recently appointed repre-
sentative for North America
for the Israel Ministry of
Tourism, recently assumed
active responsibility for min-
istry activities in the United
States, Canada and Mexico.
Zuriel is the most senior
member of the ministry ever

ISRAEL ZURIEL

to be sent abroad. He was
formerly deputy director gen-
eral of the ministry of tour-
ism in Jerusalem, and was
associated with the .develop-
ment of tourism to Israel for
more than 30 years.
The ministry of tourism has
five regional offices located
in Chicago, Atlanta and Los
Angeles, and two in New
York, and an ofifce in Tor-
onto.
Tourism is a major ele-
ment in the Israel economy.
According to the ministry, ap-
proximately 225,000 North
Americans will visit Israel
this year spending an esti-
mated $100,000,000.
This is exclusive of the
earnings of the Israel nation-
al carriers, El Al Israel Air-
lines and the ZIM Naviga-
tion Co.

Hamburg SS Chief
Won't Face Trial

BONN (JTA)—A Hamburg
court has ruled that the for-
mer head of the Third Reich's
security, headquarters and
Hainhurg gestapo chief Bruno
Strechenbach, 72, will not
have to face charges of par-
ticipating in the murder of
at least 1,000,000 Jews, Com-
munists and intellectuals in
1941 and 1942.
Strechenbach was unfit to
stand trial for health rea-
sons, the court said. The
Hamburg public prosecutor
has protested against the
court's decision.
An attempt was made in
April to get the trial started,
but Strechenbach was unfit
because of heart trouble.
The court ruled that the ac-
cused could no longer be
called for trial, unless his
condition improved.
In 1945, Soviet authorities
sent Strechenbach to prison
for 25 years, but he was re-
leased after 10 years.

In an attack Oct. 2 aimed
at Israel, the U.S. and the
USSR, Chiao Kuan Hua,
chairman of the delegation of
the People's Republic of
China to the United Nations
warned the General Assem-
bly that it was "unrealistic"
to pin hopes for a Middle
East settlement on UN reso-
lutions.
In the final analysis, he
said, the MO territories and
Palestinian rights can be re-
stored.by the Arabs "only by
relying on their own close
unity and unremitting strug-
gle with the support of the
people of the world."
Hua's remark was inter-
preted by some observers
here as dismissing a political
solution and advocating vio-
lent means to achieve Arab
aims in the Middle East.
The Chinese Deputy For-
eign Minister lauded the
Egyptian-Syrian attack on
Israel one year ago as "The
Great October War" and
praised the Arabs for waging
an heroic battle.
Hua echoed the General
Assembly speech by Egyp-
tian Foreign Minister Ismail
Fahmy when he declared
that there can be no Middle
East settlement "so long as
the lost Arab territories are
not recovered and Pales-
tinian national rights not re-
stored."

Jerusalem Hilton

to Open Nov. 17

NEW YORK — The new
420-room Jerusalem Hilton
will open Nov. 17. Situated on
Givat ,Rami the highest hill
in the city, and adjacent to
the Binyanei Hao'ooma Con-
vention Hall, the hotel will be
Hilton International's second
in Israel and the company's
-seventh in the Middle East.
The Jerusalem Hilton will
be the only hotel in the city
with nighttime entertainment,
a heated swimming pool, ex-
extensive shopping facilities,
and a health club. All rooms
will be air-conditioned and
will have individual temper-
ature controls.
The meeting and conven-
tion facilities will include sev-
eral fully-equipped function
rooms and a ballroom with
a meeting capacity for 700
persons.
The Hilton will have sever-
al restaurants and cocktail
lounges offering Israeli and
international cuisine, and del-
icatessen specialties.

ALL OUT EFFORT
Real success in this life
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ent and opportunity, but from
serious planning and per-
severance.

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•Lincoln Road Location
•Olympic Swimming Pool
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•Minutes from Shopping
•Restaurants & Theatres
•All Rooms With Private Bath
Shower & Phone

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Full Entertainment Program
Shopping One Block Away.

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For Full Information, write or
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Your Host, the BERKOWITZ Associates
For Reservations Phone
2 FULL

TOLL FREE:

800-327-8169

Or Your Travel Agent

OCEANFRONT BLOCKS
32nd to 34th Sts.
MIAMI. BEACH

Israel ORT Has
Refrigeration Class

JERUSALEM—Thirty em-
ployes of the Hebrew Univer-
sity have completed a one-
year course in central heat-
in; and refrigeration tech-
niques. The special course
was given by ORT in coop-
eration with the ministry of
labor.
The university was inter-
ested in sponsoring the
course to streamline and im-
prove the housekeeping of
the campus and to have
trained personnel in this
field available for various
research projects' now in op-
eration or planned for the
future.



FALL in love with the magic of Autumn. The crisp crunch of
leaves, the rich play of color, the smoky scent of darkening
woodlands, the sound of laughter, the zest of sports in the last,
lingering sunlight, the lilt of glowing nights of entertainment—
and you have the spirit of Fall at The Nevele. Share it with us.

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