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September 17, 1993 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-09-17

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HERZLIYA. WHERE THE MEDITERRANEAN BEGINS.

Israel Trips
Are Planned

For a great vacation, it's the Dan
Accadia, a luxury shorefront hotel
in a garden setting. Featuring a
white sandy beach, marina, floodlit
tennis courts, pool, restaurants,
sea-facing guestrooms and an
in-house movie theater. And for
families, it's Danyland - where
children are cared for in a creative
environment. Combine a tour of
Israel around the Dans, with a
leisurely stay at the Dan Accadia -
the perfect resort.

DAN
ACCADIA
HOTEL &
RESORT

HERZLIYA
ON-SEA

For information or reservations in any one
of the seven great Dan hotels, please contact
your travel agent or call or fax:
Israel Hotel Representatives
Tel: (212) 752-6120
Toll Free: 800-223-7773/4
Fax: (212) 759-7495

THE DANS OF ISRAEL
King David, Jerusalem
Dan Tel Aviv
Dan Carmel, Haifa
Dan Accadia, Herzliya-on-Sea
Dan Caesarea
Dan Panorama, Tel Aviv
Dan Panorama, Haifa



Israel & The Dans. The Perfect Partners.

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If you want to visit Israel for
the first time or go on a
return trip, the Jewish
Federation and the United
Jewish Appeal have several
trips planned for this winter.
Trips are offered for adults
of all ages and for families.
Each mission offers special
events, such as planting trees
in Israel, visiting Youth
Aliyah villages and voca-
tional retraining programs,
and meeting kibbutzniks,
soldiers and young Israeli
professionals.
While in Jerusalem on
these missions, participants
will be briefed by leaders of
government on key issues
related to the peace process,
the absorption of immigrants
and Israel's economic needs.
Mission-goers also will get
an in-depth look at the ex-
periences and realities of
Israrel today. They will visit
new immigrants at absorp-
tion centers and learn about
the initial stages of their
resettlement.
Participants will travel
throughout the Jewish state,
where they will observe reset-
tlement efforts on behalf of
the Jews of the former Soviet
Union and Ethiopia and meet
with recently arrived immi-
grants.
Singles nationwide will join
the Dec. 19-30 UJA Hatikvah
National Winter Singles Mis-
sion to Israel, which will
feature two days in Eilat.
The mission, which in-
cludes five-star hotel accom-
modations, will stay over-
night in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv,
Nof Ginosar in the north and
Eilat in the south, where
winter temperatures are in
the 70-80 degree range.
University student leaders
will have the opportunity to
travel with their peers from
across the country on the Dec.
26-Jan. 4 UJA National Stu-
dent Leadership Mission.
In addition, the UJA Win-
ter Young Adults Mission is
geared to the active set in
their mid-20s.
Parents, children and
grandparents also are seeing
Israel on the Dec. 22-31 UJA
Family Mission. Included are
special youth programs de-
signed to meet the needs of
children from age 7 to adult.
The missions include round-
trip air fare from New York,
deluxe accommodations (dou-
ble occupancy), transporta-
tion, guides, gratuities and
most meals. Israel-only op-
tions also may be available.
For details about the UJA
missions, call Leonard
Milstone, 642-4260.

El Al
Makes Ofter

The Israel Government Coins
and Medals Corporation will
offer passengers flying on El
Al Israel Airlines a 10 per-
cent discount on gold and
silver coins and jewelry, a VAT
refund on purchases over $50
and a free gift of historical
Israeli coins with each
purchase.
The Israel Government
Coins and Medals Corpora-
tion, with offices based in
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa
and Eliat, features an exten-
sive collection of State of
Israel medals and beautiful
gold and silver coin jewelry
that reflects Israel's "life-
cycle" events, history, ar-
chaeology, Judaica, sites in
the Holy Land and contem-
porary Israeli arts. Included
are the "Jerusalem of Gold"
State Medal, the
"Pilgrimage" State Medal,
the "Shema Israel" Medal in
"Lyre" setting and the "Bar
Mitzvah" Medal in "Starry"
setting.
The offer is available until
Sept. 30 to anyone who
presents an El Al ticket at
one of the corporation's stores
in Israel.

Museum Opens
New Exhibit

A new exhibition featuring a
handmade art book opens at
Yeshiva University Museum
Sept. 12. The text of this
limited edition Book of Jonah
is be Hebrew calligrapher
David Moss of Jerusalem, and
the book is illustrated with
five original etchings by
Mordechai Beck, also of
Jerusalem.
This art publication is the
result of the collaboration bet-
ween Mr. Moss and Mr. Beck
and was created entirely in
Israel. The paper is hand-
made and the book was
printed on an 1886 English
Albion hand press, imported
to Israel by Eliezer Ben
Yehudah (1858-1922), the
father of modern Hebrew. The
etchings were executed at the
Jerusalem Print Workshop.
Funding for "The Book of
Jonah" is provided, in part, by
the NYC Department of
Cultural Affairs. It will re-
main on display through
December 1993 at 2520
Amsterdam Avenue at West
185th Street, Manhattan.

Ultimate perfection does not
include any action or good
conduct, but only knowl-
edge.

—Maimonides

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