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June 14, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-14

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year. round

OAKTON

RESORT HOTEL

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S I G N

SUMMER'S
GREAT
AT OAKTON

FULL AMERICAN PLAN

Including All The Famous

OAKTON EXTRAS

• 3 meals per day plus
midnight snack
• Entertainment and
Dancing Nightly
• All Sports Facilities
6 , • Many additional features

CHILDREN

UNDER FREE

(Sunday to Friday)
Occupying Deluxe room with 2
adults 2 children limit per room
Governesses for children's
supervised activities.

Soviet Jews Warned in Moscow
Not to Talk to Israelis, Tourists

LONDON, (JTA) — Jews in
the Soviet Union were warned
by a Moscow newspaper against
maintaining any contacts with
members of the Israeli Em-
bassy either by visiting the
Embassy or by conversing with
them in the Moscow synagogue,
it was reported here from the
Soviet capital. They were also
told not to talk to other foreign
Jews visiting Russia.
The warning, published in
the Moscow newspaper "Trud,"
sharply attacked three aged
Jews charging them with al-
legedly dealing with the Israeli
Embassy and other foreigners
and with speculating in reli-
gious article s. Prayerbooks,
prayershawls and other reli-
gious articles are in short sup-
ply in the Soviet Union because
of government bans on their
imports or manufacture.
Singled out in the news-
paper attack were • Moise

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All Weather Swimming.
Tom Thumb Pool for Small Fry

BEAUTIFUL 18 HOLE
GOLF COURSE

at Oakton's front entrance

Ready For Play - June 1st

RESERVATIONS — INFORMATION

RESORT

• GIANT POOL
Temperature
Controlled
• Dancing and
Entertainment at
Pool-side Patio
• Free Dancing
Lessons
• Champagne Hour
• Midnight Snacks
Cooking
• Famous Jewish-Style
• SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN —
Separate Dining Room &
Counselor Supervision
• Additional AIR CONDITIONED
& REMODELED ROOMS

DETROIT
ISADORE GOLDSTEIN

JUNE SPECIAL

RESORT HOTEL

• Weekly

Daily

ELgin 6-7555

OAKTON MANOR

SOUTH HAVEN
MICHIGAN

$ 1

0.00 $60.00

Double Occupancy Per Person

SPECIAL RATES TO JULY 14
For Reservations: WRITE OR
PHONE So. Haven 637-2503

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On Lake Huron

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Chernukhin, 56; Zinovy Ro-
ginski, 66; and Shimon Sheif-

fer, 80. The attack closely
paralleled a similar news-
paper harangue against al-

leged Jewish relations with
Israelis which preceded the

closing of the Lvov syna-
gogue last year.
Charging that Chernukhin
had provided foreigners since
1939 with false reports about
conditions in the Soviet Union,
Trud asserted that he sold at
speculative prices religious ar-
ticles he obtained from tourists.
The paper said he collected
goods for speculation at the
synagogue and had taken
"books of dubious content"
from the Israel Embassy.
Trud said Chernukhin's be-
havior was so disgraceful that
he was ousted from membership
in the Moscow Synagogue Coun-
cil of 20, a group that guides
the synagogue_', affairs. Charg-
ing that he could neither read
nor write, the Moscow paper
said Chernukhin was invited
last year to the Israel Embassy
for a party honoring the Israel
delegation to the World Con-
gress for Peace and Disarma-
ment.
(An Israeli embassy spokes-
man in Moscow noted that, as
an official of the synagogue,
Chernukhin was invited to
embassy functions and that
the invitation always went
through the Chief Rabbi in
Moscow as a matter of proto-
col.) -
Trud said that Roginsky, at
a reception at the Israel Em-
bassy last year in celebration
of the Jewish New Year, al-
legedly had for speculative pur-
poses picked up • prayershawls,
prayerbooks and other litera-
ture made available on tables
in the room. Sheiffer was criti-
cized for having allegedly en-
tered the special enclosure re-
served for foreigners at the
synagogue where he was said to
have begged for prayershawls,
literature and "souvenirs." Is-
raeli diplomats are obliged to
sit at a special reserved section
in the Moscow synagogue to
prevent Russian Jews from
coming in contact with them.

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Lower Rates
to July 4

Openings
in July

PHONE 362-2626 or WRITE
MRS. REILLY, TAWAS CITY, BOX 303, MICHIGAN .

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Relax in the world-famous Sulphur Baths and
have a soothing massage. Treat yourself
to a Sauna hot air bath . . stimulates
circulation and gives you sparkling new
beauty. Now you are ready to join in the
fun and meet new friends.









Free Floor Show on Week-ends
Dancing-2 Orchestras
Nationally Famous Food • Free Movies Nightly
Free Sun Tan Solarium
• Free Golf
Free Lounges on Sun Deck
Beautiful White Sand Beaches
FREE OVERNIGHT PARKING

Only 3 hours away. Go via Interstate
Highway 94 (194) or Greyhound Bus. For
reservations write direct or phone YUkon
3-2501.
ALL THIS and MORE

a day, per petion

double occupancy
European Plan

SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL
(On the Lake) ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN

Yeshiva U. Awards Honorary Degrees

Seven honorary degrees and Rabbi Mendell Lewittes of
468 degrees and diplomas in Young Israel Center of Mon-
course were conferred by Yesh- treal.
Justice Goldberg delivered
iva University, New York, at its
32nd annual commencement ex- the commencement address.
ercises Thursday.
Dr. Samuel Belkin, President
of Yeshiva University who pre-
Lose up to 10 lbs. a week.
sided at his 20th commence-
No pills—High Protein diet.
Daily steam bath &
ment, awarded honorary de-
massage included.
grees to Arthur J. Goldberg,
• Only reducing
Spa in Midwest
Associate Justice of the U.S.
• 61/2 acres
Supreme Court; Yaakov D. Her-
Swimming Pool
• Country estate
zog, Israel Ambassador to Can-
overlooking Lake
ada; Abraham J. Muller, Mem-
Michigan
ber of Congress; Dr. Eugene
$9 5 Per Week
Paul Wigner, Thomas D. Jones
and Up
Professor of Mathematical Phys-
SHERIDAN GLAMOUR
ics at Princeton University;
and HEALTH SPA
Louis Henkin, professor ,of Law Mich. City 821 Lake Shore Drive
TR
2-8595
Michigan City, Indiana
of Columbia University; Dr.
Open All Year Around
Shelley R. Saphire, director of
Exclusive Women's Resort
Yeshiva University High School;

REDUCE on VACATION

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S ENSON'S

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SOUTH HAVEN, MICH.

• Luxurious Brand New Rooms-
-Private Entrances
• Delicious Meals
• Planned Entertainment
• Children's Counsellor
OPENS
• Beautiful Grounds
JUNE 15th
• Newest Pool

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FOR A FU NTAST IC SUMMER COME TO

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We Set the Pace for 1963 Planned Entertainment Day & Night

. • Cocktail Parties
• Dancing
• Musical Shows • Wiener Roasts
• Honeymooners' Parties
• Pool Lounges

• Golf
• Tennis
• Swimming

MAGNIFICENT POOL
OPEN THRU LABOR DAY
Children's Wading Pool & Children's Counsellor

Phone
637-5403

FINEST
FOOD
SERVED
DIETARY
LAWS
OBSERVED

BEN
TEITEL,
Mgr,

Bulgaria Will Pay
$195,000 to Israel
for Shooting Airplane

JERUSALEM, (JTA) -- Pro-
tracted negotiations over the
question of compensation for
the 22 Israelis who died in the
crash of an El Al plane which
was shot down by the Bulgarian
Air Force in 1955 have been
concluded with' the signing of
an agreement providing for the
payment to Israel by Bulgaria
of a total of $195,000.
Israel had originally claimed
$2,500,000 in compensation for
the incident in which all 58
persons aboard the plane were
killed when the aircraft was
shot down on a routine flight
from Vienna to Lydda Airport.
Under the terms of the agree-
ment, each of the families of
the victims will receive $8,236
which corresponds to the maxi-
mum compensation payment
fixed by the Warsaw Conven-
tion for damage claims of in-
dividuals against foreign gov-
ernments. The remainder of the
payment will be divided. among
the families to cover damage
and freight losses.
The agreement does not in-
clude compensation for the loss
of the plane. The Bulgarian
government had earlier settled
most of the claim brought by
families of the 26 non-Israelis
aboard the plane. In 1959,
Israel's claim was brought be-
fore the International Court of
Justice at The Hague which
ruled that it had no jurisdiction
in the case.

Because of the thorn the
flower suffers.—Baba Kama 92.

dams July 4
Don
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NOW
for
July 4th
Weekend

PIO foster

July 6

August 3

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• Attractive accommodations
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• Delicious full course meals
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o
• Floor show and dancing nightly
`ake
and the 3rd will be free!" Than!
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dults al
• Afternoon cocktail dancing
person in a room days
with or
2 longer wAi
• Free group lessons — golf,
Nippersink for 5
swimming, cha-cha, twist
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• Tennis, Boating, Swimming-.
lodging and food absolutely
Water Ski School
• Complete children's program

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OUT IN
JUNE—
HERE'S A
BARGAIN!

JUNE "EARLY BIRD" SPECIALS
Any midweek days (Sunday through Thursday)

from June 16 through July 2 from only $12.75
daily, per person, complete. AND CHILDREN
17 years or younger, only $2.50 per day, in-
cluding three meals, when sharing room with
parents.

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