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December 19, 1975 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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10 December 19, - 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Delta Schedules Additional Flights

Israel Seeks Million Tourists

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
One million tourists to Is-
rael is the goal that the Min-
istry of Tourism has set for
1976.
Tourism Minister Moshe
Kol said that this year, in
which Israel expects to reg-
ister 650,000 visitors, tour-
isrri was up from all other
parts of the world but was
down from the U.S.
There were only 200,000
visitors from the U.S. in
1975, Kol said. He noted
that the peak year for
American tourism was 1972
when 280,000 visited Israel.

That year was also a record
year for overall tourism
with 726,000 visitors, a
mark Kol hopes to break
next year.

Delta Air Lines' early
winter schedules feature a
host of new flights to Flor-
ida, the Southeast, Mid
South and Texas.

However, Kol, who has
visited 10 American cities
On behalf of the Israel
Bonds and to meet with
travel agents, said that since
the "shameful" anti-Israel
resolutions were adopted by
the UN there has been a tre-
mendous response by Amer-
ican Jews in buying Israel
Bonds and in deciding to
visit Israel.

In addition, and in order
to facilitate its cruise-bound
vacationers, Delta now of-
fers a special "cruise check-
in counter" at Detroit Metro
Airport.

To Florida, Delta has now
scheduled new L-1011 Tri-

Cadets Hear Talk
on the Holocaust

NEW YORK — Siggi B.
Wilzig had responded to an
invitation from United
States Military Academy
officers seeking to broaden
and personalize the curricu-
lum at West Point.
Wilzig, a German Jew
who was imprisoned at
Auschwitz in 1942 at the age
of 16 and liberated three
years later from Mauthau-
sen, another German exter-
mination camp, spoke on
_"The Impact of World War
II on European Jews."
Wilzig spoke of the en-
ormity of human destruc-
tion under the Nazi. He
spoke of luck and guilt in his
escape from the fate of his
parents and 27 relatives in
Nazi death camps.

He recalled a German
father whose anti-Nazi
activities were reported to
the police by a frightened
son. "He walked into the
woods with his son, shot
him and then shot him-
self," Wilzig said.

Describing survival in a
death camp, Wilzig said, "I
was 16, but I said I was 18
when the train arrived, and
then discovered they were
exterminating everyone un-
der 18 and over 48. It was a
good decision, thee kind you
hid to make in knowing
when to volunteer' and when
not to."

PLO Reportedly
Seen in Jordan

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israelis were pondering the
significance of unconfirmed
reports that armed Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion terrorists were seen at
a Jordanian army ceremony
in Amman recently.
If correct, it would be the
first time the PLO has sur-
faced in Jordan since King
Hussein drove the terrorists
out of his country in the
bloody campaign of Septem-
ber, 1970.
The reports, broadcast by
Israel Radio, quoted "West
• Bank" sources as saying
that Hussein attended the
ceremony at which the PLO
men were present.

ain in 1966, her United Na-
tions voting record has con-
sistently been friendly
towards Israel, and the tiny
nation voted with the U.S.
and Igrael on the Nov. 10,
"Zionism - Racism" resolu-
tion.
The island has long been a
magnet for visitors, and
George Washington was
among the first Americans
to go there. Barbados was
the only foreign country he
ever visited. Presently, Bar-
bados attracts close to 70,-
000 Americans and a like
number of Canadians each
year.
They are accommodated
in the more than 8,000 hotel
beds available to visitors
and enjoy the island's count-
less natural attractions,
beaches, golf courses, tennis
courts, riding trails, water
sports, restaurants and
night spots.

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