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June 20, 1969 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-20

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16—Friday, June 20, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

jezviy on the Air

ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: The 17th season of the
summer series, "Words We Live
By," with Prof. Mark van Doren
and Maurice Samuel, will focus on
"Genesis: Prelude to the Bible."
The two men of letters will discuss
"Back to Eden - in this opening
program.



REILLY'S HURON
HAVEN COTTAGES

Modern housekeeping cot-
tages on Lake Huron. Finest
of Beaches, safe for children.
Not stoney. Rates S105 to
$150. Special week-end rates
May & June. Phone: 517-
362-2626. Tawas City, Route
2, Box 303. Michigan 48763.

11

DIRECTIONS

Time: 11 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 7
Feature: "The World of Shalom
of Safed" highlights the life of Is-
rael's renowned artist.
• • •

HEAR OUR VOICE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Cantor Hyman J. Ad-
ler is special guest on this pro-
gram in the series "Haznim in Our
Community."
• • •
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: In "A Dialogue on Jew-
ish Values," Rabbis Samuel Prero
and Leonard S. Cahan discuss a
review sketch by Harold Pinter
and performed by Joyce Feurring.

JUNE 24 TO SEPT.I

SHERIDAN SPA

Per Person Double
Occupancy, 30 o1141 Rooms

Only women's reducing
resort in the midwest
Lose Up to 10 Lbs.
a Week
821 Lake Shore Dr.
Michigan City, Indiana
219-TR 2-8595

WITH 2 DELUXE MEALS

RESERVE NOW!

DAVID ROSNER'S

TERL311

Air cond.t.oned

I Dietary

LOWS

I

HOTEL
POOL
CABANAS

Strictly Observed

On the Ocean at 67th Street
Miami Beach, Fla. 33141
New York Office: PLaza 7-8536

CONSTANT RABBINICAL SL'`'ERVISION
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES

KOSHERDIME/WHOTEL

GLATT

ENTIRE OCEANFRONT BLOCK-37th to 311th

so. MIAMI BEACH

... is a GREAT Kosher Hotel — you'll love it!
• DIAL
*daily
MIAMI For Your Reservation Call:
5° per person

BEACH 800-327-8165



Call N.Y. Off: PL 7-4233
Evenings & Sunday FA 7-1742

$10

Me. am
JUNE 22 to
SEPT. 1

• 55 of 157 Rooms
INCLUDING MEALS

THE SEASON IS HERE

MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW

THE

NEW

LEWISTON LODGE

Mrs. Ida Rosenberg Is Landsman Honoree

Berdichev-Keshenev-Zhitomir Aid
Society will honor Mrs. Ida Rosen-
berg, longtime member of the so-
ciety, at an Israel anniversary
celebration 9 p.m. Tuesday at
Cong. Beth Hillel.
It was announced by Sam Cohen,
president, that
Airs. Rosenberg
will be honored
on the eve of her
departure to Is-
rael. Movsas Gal-
doftas, educator,
who was the prin
cipal of the Ha-
yim Green berg
Shute for 25 Mrs. Rosenberg
years, will be guest speaker. A

Former Governor G. Mennen
Williams (right) and his wife
Nancy recently returned from
Israel, where they visited the
Williams-Hart Forest on Mt.
Carmel, in the Hills of Ephraim.
The forest was dedicated in 1957,
honoring Williams while he was
governor of Michigan and U.S.
Senator Philip S. Hart, then
lieutenant-governor. A JNF rep-
resentative in Israel is shown
with the Williams.

recent movie of Israel will be

shown and refreshments served,
with a toast to Israel with Israeli
wine. Friends are invited to this
gathering on behalf of Israel
Bonds.
Isadore Shapiro will be master
of ceremonies. Jacob Resnick,
who was honored last year, is vice
president.

The pleasures of ignorance are
as great, in their way, as the pleas-
ures of knowledge.
—Aldous Huxley.

-
8 n U ACRES
OF FUN!

• n(.•.2.0,•

TENNIS RANCH
Don Kerbis

SCHECHTER & HIRSCH'S

FREE!





ATLANTIC RESORT

SOUTH HAVEN, MICH. 49090
ON THE BEACH

• Cocktail Lounge
• Golf
Dancing
• Tennis
• Wiener Roasts • Musical Shows
• Cocktail Parties • Midnite Snack



At Mid-America's Waken resort,. .

a playtinieparadisevdtereyoull enjoy:
• Terrific food

-

J-

-

• Beautiful Meted pool

le•

.

ix
,. •

aad patio
.Misports

Gala floor Am

• FREE

All Rooms Air Conditioned. Heated
and Fully Carpeted (except as other-
wise shown).

IMIT11. JULY 1

New IOW MIAMI

Children's Wading Pool & Counselor.
DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
Weight-Watchers Diet Available

`RAM VACATION
MANS CONE 'mar

New Feature
Singles Weeks

July 6-13 & Aug. 17-24
Make New Acquaintences

Pb... fiU-Slta fAr•e falg

Phone: (616) 637-5403

"For The Tinge Of Your Life"

While in Israel recently, Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer N. Must of De-
troit dedicated a wood of 2.500
trees through the Jewish Nation-
al Fund in memory of his par-
ents, Abraham and Sophie Must.
The couple is pictured at the site
in the John F. Kennedy Peace
Forest.

,
• • •
Sunday Closing Slated

The Jewish National Fund of-
fices will be closed Sundays dur-
ing July and August. it is an-
nounced by David P. Zack, presi-
dent of the JNF.
The offices at 22100 Greenfield.
Oak Park. will resume Sunday
hours of 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Sept. 7.
the first Sunday following Labor
Day.

Group to Show Art
at Outdoor Display

Chateau-De-Baron

(Formerly Baron's Resort)

SOUTH HAVEN MICHIGAN

YOUR NEW HOSTS

World-Famous Barton Bros.

Featuring:

"Star-Studded Shows"

French-Yiddish Gourmet Cuisine

Full Day-Time Activities

Special Rates In June

For Honeymoon Couples

"So Have Your Next Affair With Us."

SOUTH HAVEN

( 616 ) 637 - 2503 — 637 - 3613

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lle ogr fun:r ;
ifilmakk var ib

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mendelson

SOUTH HAVE/I, MICHIGAN

120 Acre
Tennis Ranch
Rs" v and girls eight
to eighteen. Water-
vliet. Nlichigan. Five
hours ten 11 i-s in-
struction.
blIper-
,j,d PIay
daily.
Beginner. intermediate. ado z i nced
players. So intoning. acts Ines galore.
Member A C.A. Write for brochure:
Don Kerbis Tennis Ranch, c o Don
Kerbis Tennis Club, 1660 Skokie
Valley Road, Highland Park, Ill.
60035 (Area Code 312) 831-4600.

• FREET.V. RADIO IN EACH ROOM

/

JNF Gets Visits
From Ex-Governor,
Detroit Couple

• 111-hole
championship
golf tears*
Sionnmitt
mealsl
• Kortehaeir
sidissgi
• Tennis.
boatiNti-

• Floor .shesys
11 dancing nightly!
• Planned
programs lot
teens &
chlistrent we
entertain
Awhile ye. play!

• Attractive
acceasseoca
tiortst

• Swimming. .
Water-ski school!

tam

• itrcycihrgi

New Kitchen
New Dining Room
New and expanded
menu
New cocktail bar






New TV-Playroom with
color movies, for
children
New water facilities
New screened patio,
facing the lake

Plus all the usual comforts and features including golf, (4 mi.
from Lodge) table pool, tennis, ping pong, pontoon boat,
paddle boats, shuffleboard, hiking and much, much more—
al/ at Lewiston Lodge on beautiful East Twin Lake, about
24 miles from Grayling or Mio.

citiqop Joc - tge

LEWISTON, MICHIGAN

r-- R,servations Call DETROIT

Or Call

(313) 542-3700

Lewiston (517) 786-2452

JULY "3-for-2"

E

Southfield Mayor Norman Fe-
der, along with Ruth Nathanson

(second from left) and Belle
Feinstein of the Mr. and Mrs.
Group, City of Hope, display a
painting by Max Shaye (right),
who will be among the Michigan
artists represented at the group's

outdoor art sale 11 a.m.-5 P•m-
Sunday at the Herman Raznick
home, 28526 Brooks Lane, South-
field. Proceeds of the art sale,
which is open to the public, will
benefit the City of Hope Medical
Center for cancer research Mrs.
Ruth Nathanson, art sale chair-
man, 547-5935, says that in case
of rain, the sale will be held the
following Sunday from 11 a.m. to
5 p.m.

JUNE "Early Bird" SPECIALS!

FREE GOLF EVERYDAY
Any Mid-Week . . SundaY.
July 2

June 15, to Thursday,

(excluding weekends) • •

from only $16.50 daily, per
person, complete including
Meals, FREE GOLF daily

CHILDREN under 15 years.
only $4.00 per day, including
3 meals, when sharing room

JULY
FAMILY
BONUS !

July 6 to July 18

S
I ALS!
Special Offer for J
ul y only .
Vacation for 3 ..
the 3rd
FREE/

'

will be

That's right ! On any reservation
during
the period between
6th to August
July
1st

son

the

third per-

in a room (Occupied by two
adults
/ will be FREE of
charge
(room and 3 meals
each day) for
their
r complete vacation. The

person may be a teenager, 3rd
a
child, Or adult. This

OFFER

1969.

SPECIAL
begins on Sunday, July •,

only! (Excl. July 11-13)

In addition to 3-for-2 Special, extra children
under 15 years in the same room will cost only
$4.00 per day, including 3 meals

Rtalltt

in Detroit:
1. J. Goldstein
25339 Southwood
356-7555

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