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July 21, 1961 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 2 1, 196 1 — 1 0

Geoff Miller of Chicago,
Camp Tanuga youngsters have
- Haro Muskovitz, Ken Monash,
elected new officers, it. wa
of Cadillac, Nita
• aron Linda
nounced by director
e Brodax, mail
. •
'd Fried- F'
Gornbein and Be
Dan Fogel of
perintendent
man.
an Padnos of
Grand Rapids,
odes Stev
The slate
rry Kaufman,
Went; Stt Ja- Holland and
zkovitz, p
Kramer of Mi-
; Ka
e president: Carole po
cobs, v
Caplan of Cleve-
J
Kaplan secretary; Gary a
nd y Siegel, postmis-
terfront assista
lack,
d Wendy Davidson
t
es
• rn a d Car
erly
• e
and P -4 s le Schwartz, office
offic '4 1 ssista
mes .'• ers.
S

stag assistan
work is under the supervi-
• t
of L don. Ont.
I of Bob Cohn, head coun-
lane
0
lens, ibrarians;
elor.
thy Cole, ass ant libr
and

•I

Second Day Camp Session

eservations

Jewish Center T

Campers at Tanuga Elect New Officers

under tion •
Fifty staff me
Greenfield and sn
the direction of
T e
gram for the
conducted tile
t•
330 children nrolled
1
the Jew
first session
munity Ce •r's Day
. pro
Branch
its Ten 14
an
asized
gram e
camper af
The i usion of two swim-
ming ins ictors and numerous
senior li savers on the coun-
selor st offers increase
safety an swimming

ensington
am for
es'sonJ
cone

• 0A A Atftttet

.

—3 hours from DETROIT via
Golden Belt Expressway - Route 94

4

ALLTHIS
and MORE

YEAR 'ROUND RESORT HOTEL

• World Famous Sulphur Baths
• Free Sun Tan Solarium

(Perpetual Sunshine)






from

A DAY

per person
double occuponet

Nationally Famous Food
Dancing—Planned Entertainment
Free Floor Shows on Weekends
Two Orchestras

European Man

COME AS YOU AREI For Reservations or Information write, or call,
Hotel, St. Joseph, Michigan, YU 3-2501

_ WRITE FOR BROCHURE

FIREPROOF

SULPHUR SPRINGS

WOO

are some

at NIP
There's so-o-o-o much to e

Attractive accommodations
Delicious full course meals
Floor show and dancing nightly
Afternoon cocktail dancing
Free group lessons — golf,
swimming, cha-cha-cha
• Tennis, Boating, Swimming
a host of sports
• Complete children's program









Call or write for low,
low rates and brochure

to p nite club stars
SINK this summ

E

On
Beautiful
Lake
Muskoka

GRAVENHURST, MUSKOKA, CANADA

Oakton Resort Gets
$100,000 Face-Lifting

Oakton Resort Hotel has a new
look this season.
Sam Sugarman, vice-president
and general manager, has appro-
priated $100,000 for refurnishing
of rooms, remodeling of facilities
and ground improvements. The
work is set to be completed by
early August.
Sugarman has installed two
new suites named after two
prominent show business person-
alities who recently were guests
at Oakton Resort. The Red Skel-
ton suite and the George Jessel
suite are completed and ready
for occupancy. The main building
has been remodeled and the
lobby will be refurnished.
The improvement will con-
tinue immediately after the sum-
mer season. Oakton Resort has
also enlarged harbor facilities
and has several boats available
for guests to rates
i be in effect this
of Oakton
summer
onal
For
on
infor
r
Res
co

Dancing Nightly to Murray Alter and the Gateway Orchestra
Professional Night Club and T.V. Entertainment—
Full Time Social and Sports Directors
Champagne Nights—Holiday Midnight Buffets
Children's Day Camp—Rates from $67.50 weekly, dbl. occup.
FINEST KOSHER CUISINE
Supervised by Canadian Jewish Congress
Write for Illustrated Brochure

91.tzw gateway Not121

Gravenhurst, Ontario — Phone Toronto LEnnox 6-4710

ay!

row,
s Bond

epare or
U. S. avi

vAelorieve
NEW

atew

-

driving to
WHITCOMB Sulphur Springs

Maccabiah.
Registration for the second
Day Camp session is now being
taken at the Center, 18100
Meyers.

ter pool
tings.
he final
s around
e with a

our
earing

4 to 21

MY SPt.taRt.S1

From lull
ou live

. 1-10°,0 "off" if y
at least 200 miles from resort,
No

for stay of 1 week or more.
No. '2. —"`Take a vacation for 3
. . . and the 3rd will be Creel"

'That's rightl the 3rd person
in a room with '2 adults at
k will be our guest -
ppersin
Ni
entitled to lodging and
and
food absolutely Creel

...WHERE VACATION

DREAMS COME TRUE)

SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
or Phone Hotel Direct
Ellenville (N.Y.) 370

Your Host..,DAVE LEVINSON

Southern

kesorl

1

.

Miami

ICI'S Beach

Ni, ersink Manor

JUST 65 MILES FROM CHICAGO • GENOA CITY, WISCONSIN

OPEN
YEAR
'ROUND

Detroit Office • Isadore I Goldstein • KEnwood 2-7629

US
Lse-po
arkle i i
1, infor
great or
ess at
ent

I GHTS. Never before has
t! Y
cite
din
in
an

e con-
music of
ars in show
e greates
ere the enter-
cent Imperial Roo
every seat is "ring-'

join

ad this "Riviera of North
RIO US AYS. And never be •
of
all-star
attractions! Enjoy,
rica" offered such a
ols ... new poolside dining pavilion
if courses ... th
rink • . . every facility under the sun!

■•■

NOVACK FAMILY

Monogemeot

:ice

SAPPY EPERrir! No

FULL AMERIC

6 Hap
and

Happy
vacati

*3 Fab

W, LOW CHILDRE

RA

F Swimm

r da

c

fo

S

RTS galore...GOLF on premis

every
•ren

Magnificent Clu
Champions T

ght snack

t

r comfort

un Patio — Tennis
Cha Cha Lessons — Shuffleboard
Ping Pang — Boating — Fishing
Archery — Softball — Bicycling
Many other indoor, outdoor sports

F

R
E
E

For 15 years the Midwest's Favorite Vacation Spot
• • • now even better than ever before.
See your travel agent or call Ethel and Is Goldstein, KE 2-7629

year 'round

CAKTOINI

Tom Cruso
PGA Pro

uding:

ml

eveni

per
person

• piest

verythin , is If. rs
ever at

ous m
* Entert
ment
s to ca
* Gover
ers av
(baby
* Air Con
ned

R
E
E

0

from

Hotel & Country Club

o
: oatin
e D
Pr me
ge' II-steel OL
World'
Home
LATE, ate S
S • Top
ntertainment • MORTY ID and
Society Orchestr ..ARVITO,
a
••an ensemble
e RIVIERA Mite Club
features
BOB CONTI Quartette in the
BAVANDA Cocktail Lounge.

Magnificent air conditioned accommodations
5 MINUTES TO MONTICELLO RACEWAY
. FOR RESERVATIONS

SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT or

RESORT HOTEL

on Pewaukee Lake, Wisc.

(two hours from Chicago)

)
call direct Monticello (N.Y.) 1492

Air

Hospitality Year in Sullivan County

Alan King, July 23 Marlene Dietrich, Aug. 5 Xavier Cugat &
Abbe Lane, Aug. 12 Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Labor Day Weekend

Famous gourrnot cuisine,
full American Flan!
Air conditioned bedrooms
with TV and &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.

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