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May 28, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-28

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Community-Wide Committee Chosen Tourism in Israel
to Honer Bernard Isaacs on June 16 Booming, Says
Representatives of all groups in to be held at the Cong. Shaarey Midwest Director
Detroit Jewry form the commu- Zedek, 6:30 p.m. June 16.

nity-wide committee that has been
Sponsored by the Jewish Na-
selected to plan the testimonial tional Fund Council of Detroit,
dinner in honor of Bernard Isaacs, the project is aimed at planting
an Isaacs Forest of more than
10,000 trees as part of the John F.
Kennedy JNF Forest in Israel.
Those attending the dinner will
be asked to plant a minimum of
25 trees per couple. Reservations
are .being taken at the JNF office
on Wyoming and can be made
through committee members.

Jan Peerce

To Headline
July 4 Weekend
At Grossinger's

Abe Kasle is honorary chair-
man of the planning committee,
and Morris Brandwine is gen-
eral chairman.

Co-chairmen are Irwin I. Cohn,
Morris Karbal, Julius Rotenbersi,
Phillip Stollman and Dr. Israel
Wiener, local JNF president.
Honorary vice-chairmen include
Mandell L. Berman, Abraham
Borman, Dora Ehrlich, David Saf-
ran and Philip Slomovitz.
The following are associate
chairmen:
Max Biber, Harry Cohen, Sol
Eisenberg, Herman Fishman, Mrs.
Maurice Floch, Seymour Frank,
Dr. Samuel Krohn, Mrs. Norman
Leemon, Jack Lieberman, Mrs.
Pearl Nosan, Mrs. Jack Perlman,
Albert Posen, Emma Schaver,
Jack Shenkman, Nathan Shur,
Richard .Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Stollman, Gerald J. Sucher and
George M. Zeltzer.
• JNF executive director is Percy
Kaplan.
The dinner arrangements com-
mittee consists of Mesdames Sey-
mour Frank, Ben Jones, Morris
Kutinsky, Jack Perlman, Max
Stollman, Edward Wishnetsky•

THE MAGNIFICENT
VOICE of Jan Peerce will
thrill Grossinger guests
when he headlines one of
the gala July 4 weekend
shows at the world-famous
resort. Peerce, a leading
Metropolitan Opera tenor,
is a great favorite with
It is not possible for Christians
Grossinger guests.
to take part in anti-Semitism. We
* * *
are Semites spiritually.:—Pius XI
GIVE YOURSELF A
BREAK ! C'xnon to
Grossinger's. Enjoy award-
n ACRES
winning cuisine. Renew your
strength. Relax or play.
OF FUN!
Make good use of the won-
At Mid-America's fabulous resort ...
derful Grossinger facilities.
a playtime paradisewhereyou'll enjoy:
Help your health. Have fun.
• Terrific food
• Beautiful heated pool
Put yourself in a better
„- and patio
frame of mind. By the ,
• All sports
weekend or by the week,
• Gala floor shows
• FREE GOLF
Grossinger's will put you at
// UNTIL JULY 1
your peak!

8

rossinger's

llem Emothig

...the BEST for each GUEST

GROSSINOER, NEW YORK,

(AREA CODE 914) 292-5000

New Low Rates!

WHERE VACATION
DREAMS COME TRUE!"

SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN

------__

FREE GOLF

"For full-rate regular American Plar tsguests"

HAPPY EVERYTHING

CHILDREN irYDEEARRS ROOM FREE!

OCCUPYING ROOM WITH

2 ADULTS-2 CHILDREN LIMIT PER ROOM

Midweek Rates from $11.00 per person per day

FULL AMERICAN PLAN
3 Meals per Day and Midnight Snack
Including FREE . .

• Supervised Children's Activities
( Governesses during the day—Summer only)
• Dancing and Entertainment Nightly • Free Dance Lessons

• Outdoor and Tropical Indoor Swimming Pools
• Sports Facilities
• Game Room

EXCELLENT FISHING ON PEWAUKEE LAKE, WIS.

Reservations in Detroit Call: Isadore Goldstein EL 6-7555

OAKTON MANOR

On

Farband City Committee and im-
mediate past president of Arlaza-
roff Branch, of which he was a
founder. For many years, he has
served as general chairman of the
Landsmanshaften Detroit Israel
Bond Campaign.
The Arlazaroff affair is in ad-
vance of the Labor Zionist Move-
ment's Israel 17th anniversary
celebration June 24.

Atehilationd-Qy gettlIOUS ...for 50 years

THE FABULOUS ZE : 1r:1Kl11;1ER CUISINE

rt '

ZEIGER'S

RESIDENT
NASH G ACH

ilz Plaza

HOTEL •

POOL • CABANA CLUB

SUMMER SPECIAL BUDGET FAMILY PLAN

No charge for children under 10 occupying

room with parents.

Free Parking. Private Beach and
Pool. Wiener Roasts. Entertain-
, ment and Movies. And so much
MORE!
eA

SPECIAL ATTENTION
TO DIET REQUIREMENTS

Write fo,

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dinner daily.

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$ *p ecitt yn ,
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breakfast a
nd

FREE COLOR
BROCHURE

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4 1:46- OCEAN AT 17th ST., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. .

The Judaea Gardens Hotel in
Jerusalem, recently opened,
offers accommodation ranging
from first class to budget rooms.
Special tours by jeep enable the
visitor to view the Negev Desert
areas of the Red Sea and the
Dead Sea.

A unique experience is a vaca-
tion at a kibbutz, collective settle-
M e n t, combining agricultural
work with studies and tours.
Heading the list of cultural
activities are the Israel Festival
and the Third International Harp
Contest. The Israel Festival which
takes place during July-August,
will feature world-known person-
alities in the fields of music,
theatre and ballet. Participating,
among others, are Martha Gra-
ham, Thomas Schippers, George
Balanchine, Rudolph Serkin, solo-
ists from the Marlboro Festival,
the New York City Ballet and
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Third International Harp
Contest will take place in Sep-
tember, in Jerusalem, and will
bring together 50 contestants from
all parts of the world. Jerusalem
was the city of David — the
Harpist.

same

(Nominal charge for meals only).

Constant Rabbinical Supervision
100 % Air-Conditioned
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed

VACATIONING
NE W E i ANGIC

IT'S

THAT HAPPY

TIME AGAIN AT

STEVENSVILLE! GOLF IS FREE, with great

Fishing and Boating on private Lake at
door. Star B'way Shows, nightly Dancing
to 3 famed Bands. De Luxe air condi-
tioned accommodations.
New Teen Club & Teen Band. Dance & Splash
parties, Socials, Barbecues,
Supervised Day Camp — Night Patrol
BUDGET SPRING RATES
ALL ACTIVITIES IN FULL SWING

a gay pulsating beat
at this
great Resort Hotel
NEW INDOOR POOL

& HEALTH CLUB
THEATRE NIGHT CLUB

UNEXCELLED DIETARY CUISINE

LAKE HOTEL SWAN LAKE 21, N.Y.
WR OTIEPF ZETA BORCEVTRE (914) 292-8000 41 IR A VSEELE A GENT
NOW BOOKING Midweek & Week End CONVENTIONS thru '66

YOUR HOST; HARRY DINNERSTEIN

Stevensville Announces
Show-Stopping Talents

1 .4 Midweek Golfers' Vacation Special
or-----4-
---\ ,
May and June

0 F

Harry Schumer, who has just
returned from a trip to Israel,
will be guest speaker at the Is-
rael Anniversary celebration of
Arlazaroff Branch, Farband, 8:30
p.m. Wednesday in the Labor
iZonist Institute.
Refreshments will be served,
and a musical program will be
furnished by the Sabra Trio.
Schumer is chairman 61 the

Phone 637-5118 (Am 616)

or your travel agent

THE SIGN

Israel expects 300,000 visitors
by the end of 1965, according to
Menachem Eyal, Midwest director
of the Israel government tourist
office, who visited Detroit this
week. He was calling on members
of the travel trade who are active-
ly promoting travel to Israel.
The number of visitors who
entered Israel in
1964 totalled
252,000, as com-
pared to 216,000
in 1963.
The tourist fa-
cilities in Israel
are among the
best in the
world, Eyal
pointed out. Is-
rael offers mo-
dern accommo-
dations, tours
a n d entertain-
ment to both af-
fluent and bud-
get-minded visi-
tors. Some new
Eyal
facilities were
added and others are under con-
struction. The new deluxe Cae-
sarea Resort Hotel offers splen-
did accommodation as well as
sports and entertainment. The
new Hilton-Tel Aviv hotel is
scheduled to open its first 450
rooms Aug. 1.

Harry Schumer Will Talk at Celebration Wednesday

HOTEL

Pewaukee Lake, Wisconsin

Stevensville Lake Hotel, New
York, again swings into orbit for
1965 with top-flight talent in the
Million Dollar Night Club, Star-
light Room and Carnival Lounge.
The 1,200-seat Starlight Room
will feature three bands for danc-
ing and floor shows featuring
such names as Jackie Mason,
Allen and Rossi, Red Skelton,
Allan King and Diosa Costello.
The Carnival Lounge special-
izes in late shows, where the ,audi-
ence joins in.

A good name is rather to be
chosen than great riches.
—Proverbs. XXII. 1

REILLY'S
HURON HAVEN
COTTAGES

On Lake Huron
450 feet of Private Beach
2 & 3 Bedroom Cottages
per

$

35 40

week

20% OFF RATES IN JUNE ONLY!

PHONE 362-2626

Tawas City

Box 303 Mich.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, May 28, 1965

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gin

July "3-for-2"SPECIAL!

"Take

a

be
and the 3rd will
vacation for 3 ...
5th
right! Starting Monday, July

freer That's

until Sunday, Aug. 1, the 3rd person (adult or
Nippersink
with 2 adults at
child) In a room
fo lodging and
be our guest and entitled
will
day) absolutely free.
food (3 meals each

Ir
I l

There's so o-o a much to enjoy at NIPPERSINK this summer

-

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• Attractive accommodations
• Delicious full course meals
• Private 18-hole golf course
„ • Floor show and dancing nightly
• Free group lessons—golf,
swimming, cha-cha, twist

N\N1

• Afternoon cocktail dancing
• Tennis, Boating, Swimming —
Water Ski School, Bicycling,
Softball
• Complete children's program
for all ages

June "Early Bird" Specials
Friday,

Sunday, June 20th to
daily, per
from only $13.50
July 2nd * ...
every dayl
FREE
GOLF
person, complete.
17 years, only $3.50
AND CHILDREN under meals, when sharing
3
per day, including
with parents.
25-27.
NOM

Any days

School's
Out in
June —
Here's a
Bargain!

June
"Sorry! Sold out


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