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February 07, 1975 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-07

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14—Friday, February 7, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

—ENJOY if YOURSELF

Israel Completes
SEA, ISLE 00-
Free yacht cruise/Free chaise longues & Apartment Projects

TEL AVIV—Several major
mats/Free self parking/Free soft drinks
at the beach/Color TV in every room.
apartment projects are near-
rms ., .. dbl. occ.,
50 d i aily o , fp;5 7fers
ing completion despite the
$
construction slow-down policy
Jan. 23-March
$25.50 Mar. 5-April 7
in Israel.
-
INCLUDES TWO DELUXE MEALS DAILY
Two of Tel Aviv's fore-
Children free, limit 2, under 12,
most high-rise developmnts,
in some room with parents.
King David Towers and Ha-
. Wilma of Gourmet Society Fowl Award
dar Weizman, will shortly
Special rates for extended stays
See your Travel Agent or call:

provide luxury apartment
DETROIT 557-2566 , '
'
living. Several additional
or Call Collect
SEA INSLE. projects designed for over-
(305) 531 7841
-46. Hote.
seas buyers have been
Arthur Bent, Mgr.
10EANFRONTAT 300 ST. /MIAMI BEACII/VIA.
launched and expanded in
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa
and other cities.

2

-

assover
& Easter Holiday

The KOSHER

Coto

with the

HOTEL
Completely Air Conditioned

To

Miami Beach's

Number ONE
KOSHER HOTEL

Seder and Religious
Services Conducted by
Cantor ABRAHAM WOLKIN

FIRST in Service
FIRST in Hospitality
FIRST in Entertainment

Assisted' by his
SYMPHONIC CHOIR

• Dietary Laws •

REUNION WEEKENDS

APRIL 3 or 4 to APRIL 6
APRIL 10 or 11 to APRIL 13

WASHINGTON, D. C.—The
head of the nation's largest
Orthodox rabbinic body, ex-
pressed distress 'at the failure
of the Vatican guidelines on
relations with the Jews to
take cognizance of the cen-
tral role that the state of
Israel plays for the Jewish
people and their faith.
Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld,
president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, address-
ing the 500 delegates at a spe-
cial religious convocation of
the council held at the Beth
Sholom Congregation here,
also called upon the Vatican
to enter into diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel.
Rabbi Schonfeld said,
"While these guidelines have
eliminated some of the sus-
picions and misunderstand-
ings which characterized the
attitude of Christians towards
Jews for many centuries, it
is regrettable that the one
point which would have really
allayed the fears of the Jew-
ish people has not been men-
tioned. This is the recogni-
tion that Israel—the land, and
Israel—the people, are inex-

orably intertwined' and that
the land of Israel occupies 'a
unique position in the theol-
ogy and dogma of Jews
everywhere that differs from
that of any other religious
persuasion.
"The land of Israel is cen-
tral in the theology of Juda-
ism." Rabbi Schonfeld
stressed. "The failure of the
church to recognize this and
the fact that it does not enter
into diplomatic relations with
Israel while it has relations
with the least important coun-
tries of the world, is not
something that can be viewed
as an oversight.
"It is to be hoped," Rabbi
Schonfeld said, "that the
church will rethink its posi-
tion and recognize the role of
Israel in the life of the Jew-
ish people. A real step for-
ward would be the establish-
ment of diplomatic _relations
between the Vatican and Is-
rael."
In another session, Rabbi
Milton H. Polin of Brooklyn,
chairman of the special con-
ference, called for a greater
contribution from communal
funds to the educational pro-
cess.

PASSOVER HOLIDAYS

I.

SEDER &
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Conducted By
cantor SOLOMON SCHIFF

Serving
GLATT KOSHER CUISINE
Mashgiach on Premises
3 Meals Served on
Sabbath and Holidays
TV in All Rooms
-Private Beach • Pool

s

RESERVE NOW

BROWN'

For Reservations CALL

TOLL FREE: 800-327 - 3122

Or Your Travel Agent.,

-

Your Host:
The BERKOWITZ FAMILY

CALL 261.0070

PASSOVER 1975 • PROGRAM

4th Season,

ENJOY PASSOVER 1975 in LUXURY

March 25th to April 4th/9 -10 - or 11 Days

__GLATT KOSHER

Under Strict Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision with separate Kosher Kitchens

CHOICE OF 3 LUXURY RESORT HOTELS

MAIM BIAGIO Plaine INGO

THE

68th Street-Ocean front•Mianni Beach, Florida

from

$579 to 6728 Person

EL
■ CONQUISTADOR

Hotel and Club

CLUB

Las Croabas, Puerto Rico
from $649 to '873 person

Hollywood-by-the-Sea, Florida

from

W aldman \

Hotel

Morris and Sam Waldman, Gary
Sher and David Diamond present

Miami Beach's:7:2o TV,
o a r in
Finest Kosher
• C I All Io
Rms.
Glatt
Free
Cuisine Kosher • Chaises

Cantor Gelb Conducts

Passover Services.
Reserve Now.

• Gala lint.
Program

NEW YORK — The Israel
government has authorized
its national flag carrier, El
Al, to buy a fourth Boeing
747 for its fleet, bringing the
total number of its Boeing
aircraft to 14. Delivery of
the new jumbo is slated for
November 1975.
The primary function of
this fourth jumbo, which will
be a 747 C• model, is planned
as a freight carrier. How-
ever, the 747 C can be speed-
ily adapted for either cargo
or passenger configuration
or a combination of both.
El Al currently carries
more than 70 per cent of all
freight passing through Ben-
Gurion Airport.

1 p er
$594 to $'7A
person
/

Classifieds Get Quick Results

The New

KOSHER

HOTEL POOL TENNIS CLUB

Air-Conditioned & Heated

Completely

• PRIVATE ALL WEATHER TENNIS COURTS • FULLY EQUIPPED
HEALTH CLUB • OLYMPIC POOL • PRIVATE BEACH • DANCING and

ENTERTAINMENT • TV IN ALL ROOMS • COFFEE SHOP • RUMPUS
ROOM FOR TEENAGERS • CHILDREN'S COUNSELOR During Holidays
• SERVING GLATT KOSHER CUISINE • DAILY SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
ON PREMISES

Seder & Synagogue Services Conducted By
Cantor JOSEPH HANDLER and Rabbi Dr. MOSHE WEISS & SON

For Reservatiens Moo

TOLL FREE:

Your Host. the BERKOWITZ Associoles

-

800-327-8169

Cantor

JOSEPH HANDLER

E-7.-

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


Or Your Travel Agent

1111M1.1■■■•

If you want to enjoy the BEST HOTELS and the
BEST LOCATION in Miami Beach you must choose

Eden Roc s

...or the

ontainebleau DOial

TRE

at the

OffrMARTRE
$7 4
you will enjoy

ess,

LOWER RATES

NEW COLOR TV IN EVERY ROOM
REFRIGERATOR IN EVERY ROOM
FREE GOLF.FREE CHAISE LOUNGES
FREE PARKING, SUPERB FOOD
Dancing and entertainment every
night...

daily, per person
Full Course Breakfast
double occupancy and DeLuxe Dinner
50 of 300 rooms

In the Comedy Box
the famous
MARSH & ADAMS Show

See your Travel Agent, Write or Call

TOLL . FREE.

10800.327•4737

FOR THE YOUNGSTERS...
Entertainment for every age group
under Counsellor Supervision

Harvey Weinberg, Gen. Mgr.
Seymour Dresner, Myr.

3 pools, 750 feet of private oceanfront beach

2 OCEANFRONT BLOCKS / 47th & 48th STS./ MIAMI BEACH

"One of the Great Resort Motels

• 540 airyonditioned rooms incl.
250 fully equipped kitchenettes
• 5 pools,3 tennis courts,
putting green
• 1,000 ft. private sandy beach

These Luxury Resorts offer • Olympic-Sized Swimming Pools • Sandy
Beaches • Golfing • Tennis • Health Spa facilities • Boating • Deep-Sea
Fishing • Nightly entertainment in fabulous night clubs round-the-clock
activities for adults • Children's supervision and many more too numerous
to mention. *

CALL

261-0070

PASSOVER IN

DISNEY WORLD

The Magnificent Sheraton Towers

12 days March 26-April 6

From

$447

********,',**,',

Passover at these Resorts is more
than a vacation. It is a Paradise.
OVER 5000 PEOPLE HAVE ENJOYED
OUR PASSOVER TOURS IN THE PAST

Fun packed program
for tots & teens

LONGER SUNSHINE

N

No nearby buildings
to obstruct it

ON THE OCEAN AT 163RD ST.
MIAMI BEACH , FLA. 33160

2 HOURS MORE OF SUN DAILY
AT OUR HEATED FRESH WATER
POOL, PATIO and SANDY BEACH
• Dancing and Entertainment • Ocean-
front Synagogue • Air Conditioned
'Sugar, Salt & Fat-free Diets • TV &
Radio in all rooms • Free Parking
Call Free To Miami Beach

Entire Oceanfront Block
37th to 38th ST. MIAMI BEACH
Phone (305) 531-0061

Sam Schechter, Owner—Mgr.
4 y.
... ■ 1111111

See your travel agent or

CALL TOLL FREE

800-327-5272

IN DETROIT CALL (313) 444-8160
FREE SELF-PARKING FOR 850 CARS

I

$

1

*per person, per day.
dbl. occ.
Dec. 20, 1974 —
April 1. 1975

21 of 540 rooms


SEND COUPON TODAY FOR FREE COLOR BROCHURE.

THE CASTAWAYS
Dept. N
On the Ocean
at 163rd Street.
MIAMI BEACH,
FLORIDA 33160

114 *

MIA .•11.

.

NAME_

ADDRESS

PHONE

STATE
...
CITY
All major credit cards accepted.

.1111•11

FUNTASTIC TRAVEL

16345 Middlebelt Rd.

Livonia, Michigan

The Oaks is located one block from the only Orthodox Synagogue
in Broward County (Young Israel of Hollywood) and just a
short drive to Conservative and Reform Congregations.

46.

"the
oaks

99

FOR FAMILY FUN

,PRICE INCLUDES:

Airport
• Round-trip Jet flights via Eastern Airlines • Transfers to and from
and Hotel • Luxurious Accommodations (doubl• occupancy) • 3 strictly Glatt
hosher Gourmet Meals daily • Late evening snacks • 2 Fully Conducted
Seder Services (Synagogue on Premises) • Night!) Entertainment

Add $8.50

Now to Mar. 9
$20 Mar. 9-Apri1 6

A Great Kosher Hotel GLATT

OR SEE YOUR
TRAVEL AGENT

The Ocean at 43rd St?

axon

Hotel of the Year

RESERVE NOW FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS

SCHECHTER'S

1-800-327-8165

See your travel agent or
Call Sam Waldman TOLL FREE

-

DIPLOMAT

RESORTS AND COUNTRY

. 1— Under OU Supervision —N

The scholars are: Hanoch
Bartov, writer and columnist
for -Maariv, Israelis largest
evening paper, Michael Rose-
nak, lecturer at Hebrew Uni-
versity, and Ruven Surkis,
director of the Historical So-
ciety of Israel. Dr. Judah J.
Shapiro, author, lecturer and
president of the Labor Zionist
Alliance, will be modernator.

NEW YORK — Three Is-
raeli scholars and writers wil
participate in a panel dis-
cussion on "New Directions
in Israeli Society" at the
America Israel Friendship
House in New York City. The
program is sponsored by the
American Zionst Federaltion
in cooperation with its Zionst
Council of the Arts and Sci-
ences.

-

OCEAN AT 41st ST., MIAMI BEACH

I

Israeli Scholars to Debate in New York

Florida Project
for Outdoor People El Al Adds Fourth
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla.— Boeing Jet to Fleet

Everything in Full Swing
Cocktail Parties • Top Entertainment Construction continues at
Park Place, a 36-acre golf-
INDOOR ICE SKATING RINK
INDOOR POOL & HEALTH CLUB
oriented condominium corn-
FREE GOLF • STAR-STUDDED SHOWS
munity here.
The club house complex will
CONVENTION DATES AVAILABLE
be completed this winter at
SPECIAL EASTER TREAT the time the first apartment
FOR THE KIDS — owners take occupancy.
.
Each apartment will offer
an unobstructed view of the
golf fairways, and only 12
percent of the entire site will
o
be taken by the residences
ca Shows • Clowns
W. Prizes • Fun fik. , themselves.
4. • and Excitement
The remainder of the prop-
HOTEL
Charles & Lillian
erty will be' devoted to rec-
reational facilities, including
health spas, bicycle and jog-
ging path, parking areas and
LOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y. 12759
open areas of greenery for
For Res., Dial: (212) 524 9040 or
leisurely strolls.
(212)
524.9041
(212) 261 3324 or
The club house will provide
Out of town call collect.
an upper-level card room with
Or see your travel agent.
kitchen, billiards parlor, fire
side lounge, TV room and
several special interest and
hobby rooms.

Reserve Now For The

_

SPECIAL RATES

*

perviston

Head of National Rabbinic Body
Hits Vatican Guidelines on Israel

Spacious residences — 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms with all the amenities.
Immediate Occupancy.
From $24,900
All monies are being held in an interest bearing escrow account.

4151 Stirling Road, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida 33314
Dade: 944-0416
Broward: 791-1870

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