100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 14, 1961 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-14

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, July 14, 19 61

co

2 and 3
BEDROOM
COTTAGE

MAKE RESERVATION
at

REILLY'S HURON HA

$80 Per Week, Up
ON LAKE HURON

Phone FOrest 2-2626

Tawas City, Box 303, Mich.
J. J. REILLY

Want ads bring fast results!

lebrities Enjoy
akton Resort Hotel

NEW YORK, (JTA)—About
2,000 teenag rs active in the
uth pr gr of Reform Je
ish Co re
der-
pating his
eminars
Stith
S
ings, con-
gional
ational Federa-
ucted by t
e Youth. The pro-
tion of T
Cf •
• those in the 15-19 age
group, is financed by a grant
from the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods.

Many celebrities have enjoyed
he facilities of the Oakton Re-
sort Hotel in Pewaukee, Wis., in-
cluding the planned social and
athletic activities, excellent food
and entertainment.
Among those who have vaca-
tioned at the Oakton were come-
dian Jack E. Leonard, George
Jessel, Red Skelton and many
beauty queens.
Swimming can be enjoyed in-
doors or outdoors, according to
Sam Sugarman, general manager.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Ethel and Is Goldstein,
KE 2-7629.

0/

,

Appointments of Bnai Brith
Hillel directors at the univer-
sities of Texas and Chicago were
announced this week.
Named by Dr. William Haber,
national chairman of the Hillel
Foundations, were:
Rabbi Sheldon Lilker of New
York as director at the Texas
school. He succeeds Elconan H.

Finds U.S. Anti-Semitic
Groups at Lowest Point

driving to
WHITCOMB.Sulph

T-\

2 Hillel Appointments for Texas and Chicago

Reform
eens
2,0
adership Institutes

SItYE

STRICTL

Saulson, former Detroiter, who
is retiring after 14- years on the
Austin campus.
Rabbi Richard Winograd of
New York as assistant director
at Chicago. He will be serving
with Rabbi •Maurice B. Pekair-
sky, dean of Hillel directors,
now in his 27th year on the Chi-
cacio . •• •

OUTH

N

MICH.

E SHER

Supervision Chicago

• PEN FROM SHE AJ •TH T r'

e
feet o
an,
on Lake Michigan,
A Activit
cious Growl
i 0 0 . - •
• Dancing Night
S
e
if
strutted Deluxe RI .41-
•ervi •
by
, ties
' od • ChUdre o' •


Governess.
New
Pla
irrrr
r •

Dire •


EMISES
rtainment
ing Newly
cious Kosher

11 NORTH SHORE DRIVE
. 120

OREST PARK, Pa., (JTA)—
nized political anti-Semitism
t its lowest point in the
ETROIT via
—3 hours
d States, Isaiah M. Minkoff,
elt Expressway - Route 94
tive director of the National
Golde
munity Relations Advisory
ncil, coordinating body of
ROUND RESORT
wish groups active in combat-
orld Famous
ng bigotry, reported at the Na
ree Sun Tan
t.ional Trade Union Conference
Su
(Perpe
on Civil Rights held by the
• Nationa
nq
ainm nt
Jewish Labor Committee under
• Dancin
PI•*
an
ekends
ws on
the chairmanship of Adolph Held,
• Free Fl
• Two •
national JLC chairman.
write,
or
can,
El For Reservations or Infer
Minkoff conceded that "dur-
COME A
n, YU 3-2501
Hotel, St. Joseph, h. ,1'
ing the past year there has been
R
BROCHURE
FIREPROOF
greater activity among the or-
ganized group of hate-mongers."
He cited a list of anti-Jewish
publications from New Jersey, to
California to Birmingham, Ala.,
but he added, "they don't amount
SULPHUR SPRINGS
to a tinker's dam." He said that
despite front page- publicity,
George Lincoln Rockwell's
American Nazi Party "is not
being bought by the American
people."

MAN

S • Top
Home of the LATE,
REID and
Entertainment •
a ..,ARVITO,
his Society
erican ensemble
and his
Irk e RIVIERA Nite Clu
feat
Quartette in the
A Cocktail L ng

rope kee
Radi
it r. freedom in
the
liu ry, Czechoslovakia,
nd B garia by s •
000,0 e-fr
eady
nd inf

alive
land,
an-
their
le a
news

r

INE
COTTAGES

TS galore., .GOL
us
Magnifice Clu
Championsh TE
AKE
- 5 mile iva
Boating,
Water Skiin
Ma ine Deck
Promenade
World's Largest all-steel PO

349 N. Shore Dr.
So. Haven, Mich.

Fully Furnished • Modern
Showers • TV • Elec. Refrig.
Private Beach • Playground
Patio • Fishing • Boating
Week, Month or Season

5 minutes •
- Montle

Anna Davidson, Prop.
Phone 1479

cur conditioned

NOVACK FAMILY
. Aloneg•mtni

See Your

Travel Agent

or Phone Direct
MONTICELLO

Hotel & Country Club

(N.Y.) 1492

on SACKETT LAKE, MONTICELLO, N. Y.

IT'S HOSPITALITY YEAR IN SULLIVAN COUNTY

OM All UM

KNOTTY

s - Resort

Co

most beautiful cot-
crib in eat We

2 be
tine
fur
he
pr

and DAY...

The Brightest Stars Shine at the Concord!

the Concord offered
GLAMOROUS NIGHTS. Never be
it y takes on
such pulse-pounding
the con-
mg
.
.
.
a
iant"
new sparkle in
Music of
oncord "crowd". • . dance to
genial, info
chestras . . . applaud the greatest sta Ti show
five gre
at the agnificent Imperial Room, where t enter-
busi
tai ent is fre nd every seat is "ringsi "!
iviera North
Enjoy
star attractio
pavilion
sun!
ee p s . new poolside din' the
e rink • . • every facility

_

p.m.



oven, Michigan

Sout

295W

There's

acco od
Attract
full co
Bend
w and da
Floor
cocktail d
Aftern
lessons — go
Free g
-cha-cha
swimmi
Ing-
• Tennis, Bo.
e host of sports
• Complete children's program







Call or write for low,
low rates and brochure



re some of our
stars appearing
mmer.
o 21
WO ',A.C.IIALSi. Pool lilt/ 4 t

South Haven,
Michigan

Own
Mr. and Mr
OPEN NO

1—le o "off" if from
you resort,
live

14 at . least 200 miles

Fi

S

for stay of week
or more. for
a vacation
ree
"loke
the
3rd
will be
2
No. an
on fr
d
r
The 3rd pe rson
. . .
at
a dults
That's righ t '
in
a room vilth
Nippersink
will 2 be our guest

Buddy Hackett, July 9 Lionel Hampton & Revue, July 16
Ritz Brothers, July 29 Marlene Dietrich, Aug. 5 Xavier Cugat &
Day Weekend
Abbe Lane, Aug. 12 Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Labor



food absolutely free!

NiPPerSink Man

or

JUST 65 MILES FROM CHICAGO • GENOA CITY, WISCONSIN

Detroit Office • Isadore J. Goldstein • KEnwood 2-7629

tiful oo s
B
th and Showe
to
P
ack
d Midnight
als
3
ming
onditioned Lobb
Ai
an• ame Rooms
is
•ancin
• Mus
ivate Beach
• Outdo
CHECK OUR SPECIAL RATES
FOR JULY AND AUGUST






South

Haven, Mich. Phone 451

Famous gourmet cuisine,
full American Plan!
Air conditioned bedrooms
with TV and 2 bathrooms!

THE

The world's
foremost resort HOTEL

Ray Parker, General Manager

Only 90 minutes from New York City
in the heart of the beautiful Catskill Mountains.

FOR IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS, call your
LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT or Monticello, N. Y.1840.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan