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June 18, 1965 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-18

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Campers Packing Gear for Summer
of Travel, Pioneering at Tamarack

The first of three contingents of
650 campers will depart for Camp
Tamarack, Brighton, and Camp
Tamarack, Ortonville, July 1. Ac-
cording to Dr. Peter G. Shifrin,
president, the Fresh Air Society
will serve over 1,950 boys and girls
ages 8-16.
The Society also will sponsor two
teen travel programs — one going
to the East Coast, and the other to
Denver and Yellowstone Park.
These trippers follow a planned
itinerary, cook their own meals
and tear e out every night. The itin-
eraries include visits to universi-
ties, national parks and music and
dance festivals.
Each year the campers at both
camps are offered increased op-

REILLY'S
HURON HAVEN
COTTAGES

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

'85'14

PHONE

Tawas City

362-2626
Box 303 Mich.

At Mid-America's fabulous resort ...

a playtime paradise whereyou'il enjoy:

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• Terrific food
• Beautiful heated pool
and patio
• All sports
• Gala floor shows

• - -

• Planned Chil-
dren's Activi-
New Low Rates! ties

"WHERE VACATION
DREAMS COME TRUEr

SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN
Phone 637-5118 (Am 616)

I t A1130110

RESORT

SOUTH HAVEN
MICHIGAN

• GIANT POOL
Temperature
Controlled
• Dancing &
Entertainment at
Pool-side Patio
• Free Dancing Lessons
• Champagne Hour - Midnight
Snacks
• Fal_.bus Jewish-Style Cooking
• SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN Sep- •
arate Dining Room & Counselor'
Supervision
• Additional Air Conditioned and
Remodeled Rooms

Daily JUNE SPECIAL Weekly
Per Person
Double Occupancy

'65

Air Cond. Rooms Slightly Higher

Special Weekly Family Rates! ! !
Up to 10 years—same room with
2 adults FREE—add $4.50 Daily
for meals. 10 to 21 years $50
weekly. Full rate for child with
ont, 1 adult. -

For Reservations: WRITE or PHONE
So. Haven 637-2503 Chgo.: AM 2-7042

portunities to go on canoe trips.
Over half the campers at Orton-
vile will participate in a three-
to ten-clay canoe trip. This year
they will use the AuSable, Manis-
tee, Pere Marquette and Pine
rivers. Pioneer campers (ages
14-16) also attend the festival at
Stratford, Ont.
This year, three groups of camp-
ers will each spend a three-week
period at Camp Kennedy, near
Munising in the Upper Peninsula.
The program will be supervised by
Fred Harwin, who has had exten-
sive camping experience and has
been a staff member for the past
seven years.
Morton Levitsky is resident di-
rector at Brighton, and Marvin
Berman resident director at Orton-
vine. Sam Marcus is executive di-
rector and has the responsibility
for the over-all operation of the
camps.

Israel Transport Chief
to Keep Ban on Charter
Flights From America

JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel's
transport minister, Moshe Garmel,
informed the American Travel As-
sociation that he intends to retain
the ban on the use of charter
flights between the United States
and Israel. The association, which
favors the continuation of the
present group fare system, had ex-
pressed concern over the matter.
The tourist ministry has also ap-
proved continuation of the ban on
charter flights between the two
countries in view of the success
of the group fare plan.

Day Camp, Teen Center
Manned at Grossinger's

A complete children's day camp
and a teen center are among the
many summer features at the
Grossinger Country Club, Gross-
inger, N. Y.
The youngsters, supervised by
counselors from morning until
night, are kept occupied with a
variety of planned social pro-
grams, sports, games, picnics, trips
and other activities. The children
have their own recreation area.
All other Grossinger facilities are
available to them.
The teen center is supervised by
a special coordinator, who also
helps arrange teen-age activities.

Jewish Agency Allocates
$37 Million for Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) — The Jew-
ish Agency for Israel, Inc.—chief
beneficiary of the United Jewish
Appeal campaigns — allocated
$37,000,000 to carry out urgent
humanitarian programs among Is-
rael's large immigrant population.
The action was taken by the
Agency's board of directors, head-
ed by Dr. Dewey D. Stone, at a
special meeting, after a detailed
analysis of pressing refugee prob-
lems was outlined by Louis Pincus,
treasurer of the Jewish Agency,
Jerusalem, who had arrived here
for the meeting.

Mass Migrations Delta Offers New Savings on Flights to Florida
Delta Air Lines will be offering package tour of at least $28.
Inspire Expanded vacationers
5-to-21-day excursion
Brodhead said that on June 24
fares which will save as much as similar fares between Detroit and
Training by ORT $50.80 round trip between Detroit Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville

Continued massive migration of
Jews will require large scale pro-
grams of vocational aid in the
coming years, according to the re-
port of ORT, the Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training.
During the last five years,
more than 500,000 Jews migrated,
more than half to Israel and some
200,000 to France, making this one
of the biggest periods of Jewish
movement since the end of the
Second World War, states the re-
port. Present indications are that
this trend will continue and that
ORT trade instruction to help new
comers prepare for employment
will continue to grow.
ORT is the international Jew-
ish vocational training agency. En-
titled ORT Yearbook 1965, the re-
port, which covers the years 1960-
64, was released simultaneously by
the organization's headquarters in
New York and in Geneva, Switz-
erland.
The publication announced that
42,328 persons last year received
educational and economic assist-
ance in 625 ORT training units.
Seventy different trade skills were
taught by 1,359 instructors. Over
the last five years, 102,544 persons
enrolled in such training services.
The ORT programs were con-
ducted in 21 countries, chiefly in
Israel, North Africa, Iran, Poland
and Western Europe. A new train-
ing activity was opened recently
in Bombay, India.

and Florida when- travel is on
Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
R. T. • Brodhead, district sales
manager, said round trip air fare,
effective June 21, between Detroit
and Miami will be $96, compared
with the regular Jetourist fare of
$146.80, when purchased with a

Per Person Double
Occupancy (35 Rooms)

If you would know and not
known, live in a city. —Colton

mendelson ATLANTIC resort

ON THE BEACH

SOUTH HAVEN, MICH.

Michigan's Outstanding Jewish Resort

OPEN DECORATION DAY WEEK-END MAY 28 TO LABOR DAY

We Set the Pace for 1965 Planned Entertainment Day & Night
• GOLF
• MUSICAL SHOWS • COCKTAIL PARTIES
• TENNIS
• DANCING
• WEINER ROASTS
• SWIMMING • POOL LOUNGES • HONEYMOONERS' PARTIES
Childen's Wading Pool & Children's Counselor

REDUCED
JUNE
RATES
Phone
AREA
CODE 616
637.5403
BEN
TEITEL,
Mgr.

;1 '41111.-,

MAGNIFICENT
POOL

FINEST
FOOD
SERVED
DIETARY
LAWS
OBSERVED

111111111111111121111,11111111F

July"3-for-2"SPECIAL!
and the 3rd will be

"Take a vacation for 3
Jul y 5th
free)" That's right) Starting Monday,
until Sunday, Aug. 1, the 3rd person (adult or
room with 2 adults at Nippersink
child) in a
will be our guest and entitled to lodging and
food (3 meals each day) absolutely free.

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

WITH 2 DELUXE MEALS







RESERVE NOW!

DAVID ROSNER'S

HOTEL
POOL
CABANAS

ANY TWO WEEKS to SEPT. 1

$11575 PER WEEK

Per Person
Double Occ.

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

Transfers to and from Hotel
Luxurious Room & Meals

FULLY AIR CONDITIONED

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

June "Early Bird" Specials

Any days ... Sunday, June 20th to Friday,
July 2nd* a .. from only $13.50 daily, per
person, complete. FREE GOLF every day!
AND CHILDREN under 17 years, only $3.50
meals, when sharing
per day, including 3
parents.
room with
23-27.

1- 1.•

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

INCLUDES ROUND TRIP JET
TRANSPORTATION

*Sorry I Sold out June

Dietary Laws Strictly Observed

(CONSTANT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES

On the Ocean at 67th Street
Miami Beach
Write for free color brochure

Call Your Travel Agent

Phone

or

write for low, low rates and brochure

/ft ersm . k /Plano, RESORT

JUST 65 MILES FROM CHICAGO • GENOA CITY, WISCONSIN

DETROIT OFFICE ISADORE J. GOLDSTEIN • 25839

Southwood Elgin 64558



ouston

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
8—Friday, June 18, 1965

thY famous

GATEWAY HOTEL

GRAVENHURST, ONT.

Situated in one of Canada's loveliest, most picturesque spots on
Lake Muskoka. Has been completely renovated and is now under
the expert management of MR. AND MRS. IMRE FISCHER, inn-
keepers in the old continental tradition.









KOSHER •

Entertainment by BILL BERLE and Orchestra
Social Director every night
Boats, Water Skiing, Tennis, other sports facilities
Excellent cuisine
Counselor for Children

OPENING JUNE 25th

For information Phone RU 7-8555 or RU 1-7974 or

Write: 450 Winona Dr., # 501, Toronto, Ont.
Special Rate for the First Week and Weekend

be

FOR A FUNTASTIC SUMMER COME TO

OPEN JUNE 17 THROUGH
50 SEPT. 1

$

will become effective. On July 1.
West Palm Beach will be added.
In all cases the $28 tour package
must be purchased with the air-
line ticket.

~~G E LTA

FASTEST WAY, TWICE A DAY! Leave at 8:15a, enjoy a hearty
breakfast and arrive in Houston at 11:05a. Just one stop! Or take the 5:22p dinner
flight and arrive at 8:50p. Both via Atlanta connections. Thrifty Jetourist $72.90 plus tax.
Call WO 5-3000 for reservations, or see your Travel Agent.

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