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December 02, 1977 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-02

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12 Friday, December - 2, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

INSTANT
PASSPORT .&
I.D. PHOTOS

Curacao Vacation Island Paradise

• In Living Color
• 10 Min. Del.
• Professional
Quality
• Call Today For Info
• Another Leo Knight
FIRST

LEO
KNIGHT

PHOTOGRAPHY
26571 W. 12 Mile Rd.
352-7030

ii

(Continued from page 9 )
still not see enough.
For all its charm, Will-
emstad is the fifth busiest
port in the world. Ocean
liners sail a canal that runs
right through the center of
town. And when they do,
"Queen Emma", the
world's famous pontoon
bridge graciously swings
aside.
Curacao's market place is
rather unusual for it is a
floating market. Sailing ves-
sels of every description
and fishing boats turn into
outdoor stands at the wharfs

Travel With

YESHIVATH BETH YEHUDAH

to ISRAEL — and EVERYWHERE

BY Plane-Train-Bus-Ship

HOTEL RES.--RENT A CAR

Eve 559-7567

557-6750

FINALLY!

A YEAR-ROUND KOSHER
HOTEL IN PUERTO RICO.

1V/ ~ 17ft7] Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision

THE MAGNIFICENT
EL SAN-JUAN HOTEL.

Weather
Conditions.

Scenicly resting
right on the finest
beach in Puerto Rico,
the world renown
"El San Juan" is now
the most luxurious
Kosher resort
complex in the world.

The Puerto Rico Natio-
nal Tourist Board repo-
rts average temperature
of 80° & based on an
average rainfall of 8 mi-
nutes per month, pro-
jects virtuafly no poss-
ibility of rain distur-
bance throughout the
entire season. Miami
Beach weather? Who knows!

A corn-

pletely in pendent

ultramodern Kosher
kitchen facility offers
an endless array of
sumptous meals lavishly prepared & served
in the El San Juan tradition of excellence.

Entetaillinant Yt dozen different
night spots right in the-kotel for your enjoy-
ment. "Club Tropicoro" the Carribean's
most exclusive night club features interna-
tional headliners and exciting revues.
14:01t, Five superb all weathertenn:
courts; an Olympic size pool
Health club complete with latest equiprn ,t;
solarium. steam and sauna.

515 a day more than Miami, & obviously
worth it. You've worked hard, you've saved
long and you live only once. Come & enjoy.

Odidren) Pacilitiet Complete-
al y dgr reo nusrip d a;rs17.rvised activi-
Ie=g
ties;
super-
The *wino

vised gaming tables for Blackjack, Dice,
Roulette, Baccarat and slot machines. Poshly
elegant atmosphere!. Open from noon 'till
4:00 a.m.

STUDIO APARTMENTS AT THE EL SAN
JUAN TOWERS
Bedroom with dinette and fully equipped
kitchen (Kosher dishes).

SPECIE In1teductoty Offei Dec.18, km.1,8,15.
8Dow Might/
*PREE! Round

From

INCLUDING:
2 delicious freshly
cooked kosher meals
every day, three on
Shabbos • Welcome
cocktail party • Chaise
lounges • Admission to
El Comandante Race-
track • 13" Le Lolai
entertainment features

*

cip RIMS

3

4

9.

Trio_Ticket to
St.Thornar for
Duty Pres
Sh*PPIA9-

•Airfare
Plus 15% for all tips & taxes
per person double occupancy

Departures available from
all major cities. Stays
available 3 days or longer.
Daily rates from $45.00
per day.

(Including All Transfers)

• free entertainment
• Gambling Casino

• 1 2/18/o nl y

ASK US ABOUT OUR DELUXE PASSOVER VACATIONS.
•nium. Beach Americana of Bat Harbour • Hyatt Regency Acapulco Mexico

• Lowes Monte Carla Monaco • Dem. Hotel, Palma De Majorca Spain

INTERNATIONAL 580 5th Ave N.Y.C. 10036 489-9292
Out of Town call toll free (800) 223-7542
TOURS
Sundays & evenings (212) 761-5179

MIKVE ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE

to sell their cargoes of fruit,
vegetables and fish.
Curacao's colorful past
and present can be seen in
contrast in the Curacao Mu-
seum. It houses a collection
of Dutch Colonial antiques
and examples of modern
paintings and art objects.
Imagine a lush botanical
garden, zoo and unique
youth traffic park where
kids can drive in miniature
cars on miniature streets.
It's called Cas Cora.
How about a drink or
something to eat high atop a
1796 fort where one can look
out and see an unobstructed_
viewof all of Curacao. It's
called Fort Nassau. For a
mini adventure, tour Cu-
racao's version of "The
Painted Desert." The
desert-like countryside is
replete with giant cacti,
spiny-leaved aloes, the divi-
divii tree and palms.
Curacao's weather is
nothing less than fabulous.
Anytime is a good time to
visit Curacao . . . A temper-
ature that seldom varies
from a comfortable 81 de-
grees and the sun shines
every day. Friendly trade
winds see to that. Curacao
not only bathes in perpetual
sunshine; but because of its
location, it is safely out of
the hurricane belt. Nights
are cool. Match this ideal
weather with equally ideal
water and the result is the
ingredients for fantastic
swimming, sailing, snorkel-
ing, scuba diving, water ski-
ing and deep sea fishing.
Curacao's beaches are
creamy white - and can be
found in many secretive
coves that dot her shoreline.
Santa Barbara Beach and
West Point are two fine ex-

WE HAVE ACQUIRED •

SABRA TRAVEL

Larry Zamler

YOU ARE INVITED TO THE WORLD OF TRAVEL

'

• Las Vegas
• Hawaii
• Jamaica
• Orient,

• Aruba
• Barbados
• Nassau'
• Acapulco

THE WORLD IS YOURS WITH

--

SABRA

man when he took office,
has been expanded and its
military level raised. The
group, headed by Gen. Av-
raham Tamir, is now com-
posed of eight senior mili-
tary officers.
The recommendations of
the team will be the basis
for finally determining
where Israel's defense bor-
ders must be located.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—In the
wake of the Sadat visit to
Jerusalem, the special team.
to consider Israeli strategy
and defense set up by De-
fense Minister Ezer Weis-

Carter Is Urged
to Move Embassy
to Jerusalem Site

ANNOUNCEMENT

Joe Sacco

• Israel Considers Defense Borders

• Israel
• -Brazil
• Spain
• Cruises Galore

TEL-EX MALL
358-0260

amples. There is an under-
ground grotto of Boca Tabla
where the sea rushes in and
its fury ebbs in a splashy
show.
Most of Curacao's hotels
have tennis courts. For
those who want to T-off,
there is the Shell Golf
Course.
No shots, and no passport
are required of U.S. and
Canadian citizens. One
needs proof of citizenship,
i.e. voter's registration,
birth certificate or natural-
ization papers.
The water is abundant
and safe to drink. It's dis-
tilled from sea water and
absolutely pure. World-re-
nowned Amstel beer is
made from it.
The electricity is 125 volts
and 50 cycle AC. Curacao
follows Eastern Standard
Time. Public telephones are
free in Curacao.
The American dollar is
always worth a dollar in
Curacao. The Netherland
Antilles Guilder is fixed at
nearly two for each U.S.
dollar. American coins, bills
and most• major credit
cards are accepted every-
where on the island.
For brochure or tour in-
formation, call Sid Pianin
at Travel Unlimited, 15920
W. Twelve Mile, Southfield,
48076, 424-8118.

Franz Boaz, a Jew, estab-
lished anthropology as an
academic discipline in the
first quarter of the 20th Cen-
tury.

PASSPOR

NEW YORK (JTA)—
Chaim Landau, a member
of the Israeli delegation to
the United Nations and
close associate of Premier
Menahem Begin, called on
the Carter Administration
to move the U.S. Embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
in view of Egyptian Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem last week.
Addressing the national
leadership conference of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America,
Landau said that by making
the move President Carter
would be fulfilling a cam-
paign promise.

PHOTOS
In Living Color
WHILE YOU WAIT
READY IN MINUTES

No Appointment Needed All
Types of identification photos.
Black and White or Color

, BLOW UPS

UP TO APPROX. 18"x24"
Black A White-or color
• Photo ID Cards
• All Types of Photo
Reproduction Work
• Laminating
• Initant Color Portraits

At These

S .S . Kresge Stores Only

Northland I Oakland
Center
569-1502
58
5-6200
VE 7-2431
"'

Dr. Sabin Honored

••■•■ =111= ■ ••

NEW YORK—Dr. Albert
B. Sabin was honored at a
dinner in Philadelphia by
the Physicians Division of
State of Israel Bonds "for
his efforts in aiding the eco-
nomic development of Is-
rael."
Dr. Sabin, who is best
known by the general public
for his development of the
oral polio vaccine, was the
premiere recipient of the
Maimonides Award "in ap-
preciation for his leadership
in behalf of Israel."

!. t
te•• •

,
MIZRACHI
TOURS -
TO ISRAEL

WINTER •
SPECIALS!:

starting at

$7 7 5 00

including air fare,
hotel and breakfast

"Rakhmones," which in
Yiddist usage means "pity"
or "Compassion," is a quin-
tessential word that lies at
the,heart of Jewish thought.
All of Judaism's philosophy,
ethics, ethos, learning, edu-
cation, are saturated with a
sense of, and a heightened
sensitivity to, the primacy
and nobility of rakhmones.
—Leo Rosten

Ask about our daily
flights

fare only or with
accommodations

Call or write for information

398-7180'

23125 Coolidge, Oak Park



Kosher Winter Vacation

Atlas Tours Aids
Kosher Travelers

NEW YORK—Atlas Inter-
/national Tours, wholesaler
of kosher tours worldwide,
will feature this winter sea-
son the El San Juan Hotel
and Club, with an in-
troductory Christmas (Dec.
18-25) special, the cost of
which covers round trip
flights. Kosher accom-
modations are modified to
the American Plan. Trans-
fers and free shopping spree
flights to St. Thomas also
will be available.
The El San Juan Hotel
will operate two separate
-facilities for the service of
glatt kosher meals—one
dairy and one meat, with
breakfast and noontime
snacks to be held in the
Jolly Green Room and din-
ner to be held in one of the
gourmet restaurants..
For details, contact - a
travel agent.

FONTAINEBLEAU

Miami
Beach
2,
1978
(Any
9
days,
8 nights)
Dec. 22,1977—Jan.

ADULTS from $395*

Young Israel

Tours

103 Park Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10017

(212) 679-7171

*Plus appl. airfare

CHILDREN from $175*

Atlas International Tours

580 Fifth Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10036
(212) 489-9292
Toll Free (800) 223-7542

To All Our Friends
and Clients

Sincere Wishes
for a
Joyful Hanuka

OLDSTEIN

RAVEL

559-2770

17520 W. 12 Mile Road, Southfield

One Block East of Southfield Road

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