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June 26, 1970 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-26

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Record Net by 5421 Going to lsrae 1 This Summer

NEW YORK—An affirmation of breaking figures of the number of
American Jewry's solidarity with Americans leaving for Israel this
Israel is indicated in the record summer to participate in work-
study programs in Israel sponsored
by the Jewish Agency for Israel.
Between now and August 5,421
individuals
will leave for Israel on
s Only women's reducing
resort in the midwest
50 Jewish Agency projects, accord-
Lose Up to 10 Lbs.
ing to an announcement made by
a Week
Isadore Hamlin, executive direc-
101 Lake Shore Dr.
tor of the Jewish Agency American
Michigan City, Indiana
211-TR 2-111SeS
Section.
Of this number, 4,546 are en-
rolled in summer work-tour proj-
ects and 875 are enrolled in pro-

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SHERIDAN SPA

JULES
DONESON

If I come across any difficulties
in my reading, I do not bite my
nails over them; after one or two
attacks I give them up.
Montaigne

80 ACRES
OF FON!

At Mid-Punarita's fabulous resort ...
a playtime paradise where you'U•Mor
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• Terrific food
• Beautiful bated peel
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mountains .. .

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• All sports

• Gala floor aims

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POCONOS

• COCKTAIL LOUNGE
• DANCING
• TENNIS
GOLF
SWIMMING
• POOL LOUNGES
WIENER ROASTS • MUSICAL SHOWS
COCKIAIL PARTIES • MIDNITE SNACK

ricITian

We handle all details of resort
reservations, these and many
others.
We have the right spot for singles,
marrieds, families and senior citi-
zens.

All ROOMS
Conditioned. Heated and
Folly Carpe ltd. (except as otherwise

shown).
Children's Wading Peel & Counselor.

DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
REDUCING DIET AVAILABLE

Call 3 5 3-5 8 1 1

For Information

& Reservations

JULES DONESON

July 5-12 & Aug. 23-30
Make New Acquaintances

TRAVEL AGENCY .

HARVARD ROW MALL
11 Mile•and Lahser Roods

Closed Saturday—Open Sun.

New Feature
Singles Weeks

11-3

Phone: (6161 637-5403

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is vacation fun:

• 18-tote
championship
golf course
• 3-gourmet
meals!
• Horseback
riding!

• Tennis,

• Door shows
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• Planned
programs for
teens &
children! We
entertain them
while you play!

boating!
• Bicycling!

• Attractive
xcommoda
s!
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JULY FAMILY BONUS!

Sunday, July S to
only!
Friday July 10 .
In addition to 3 for 2
Special extra children
under '15 years In the
will cost only
same room
WOO per daY. including
3 meals!
ilability
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• Also li
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• Swimming,

July '3-for-2'
SPECIAL!

"Take a vacation
the 3rd will be FREE!" That's
right! Starting unda
S y,
July
5th, until Friday, July
31, the
3rd person (adult or child) In a
room with 2
adults will be our
guest and entitled to
d food (3 meals each lodging
an
day)
absolutely
. . .
FREE! •

From Friday, July 31 to Friday, Sept. 4,

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$S AUGUST
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SAN JOSE, Calif. (JTA)—Super-
ior Court Judge Gerald Chargin,
censured by the California Supreme
Court for a racial slur against
Mexicans, included in his public
apologies one to "my fellow Amer-
icans of the Jewish faith."
Judge Chargin was criticized by
the high court for telling a Mexican.
American teen-age youth convicted
of incest with a mentally-retarded
sister that he had acted "like an
animal."
According to the court transcript,
Judge Chargin also said that
"Maybe Hitler was right. The
animals in our society probably
ought to be destroyed."
Declaring in his statement that
"there is no place in our society
for -judgment of any person on the
basis of his race, ethnic origin or
creed," the judge said "to my fel-
low Americans of the Jewish
faith," that he was repeating "all
earlier statement that I never in-
tended approval of anything Hitler
did and particularly his program
of genocide."

Historians point out that concern
with hairdressing and hair length
reaches back to ancient times. Ac-
cording to the writings of Josephus.
Herod the Great dyed his hair and
used perfumes and tonics on it, as
did other males of his time. Semi
tic men were known for their
lengthy beards and hair. In many
cultures long hair has been con-
sidered a sign of virility.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16—Friday, June 26, 1970

So lone as I pursue to endure,
Er' ry written relic represents a
sentry—
Guarding my rare treasure—
To be cherished in my memarY •
fondle and
This ''hanaper'• shall
caress
With Wing tenderness;
This. as it were. hanaper
I shall fancy forever.
This hobby I keep fastened
As arr . inestimable utility;
As if I were destined
To live perpetually.

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But later, after I will have

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Service
rvice
May 1 to July 1 TY • Fult
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cease • •vocuung
• 20 of 98 Apts.

Collins Ave. at 32 d St. MIAMI BEACH

expired—

summer at
Stevensville

Play unlimited free golf
on our own 18 hole, 7070
yard course (Special Mid-

-

Week Golf Packages);

then head for the 19th
Hole' for a refreshing Instant-Replay. Row a 5-mile lake. Motor
Boat. Fish. Swim the Olympic size pool or new Polynesian in-
door pool. Or loaf all day while we busy the kids with our com-
plete Children/Teen programs. Dine in elegance, then go catch
a Broadway star in the new Starlight Room. Stevensville. It's
your kind of place for your kind of people. Enjoy a 1970 vaca-

tion at 1969 prices.

MIL RES. N.Y.C.

(212) LA 4-6662
(OR CALL YOUR
TRAVEL AGENT)

Stevensville 70, Swan Lake, New York 12783
Call us FREE: In Philadelphia—Enterprise 6350; Baltimore—Enterprisa 0-6350;

Montreal and Toronto—Zenith 6-3550. Hotel phone (914) 29246000. We calm
to conventions. Details upon request. We're only. minutes from tha

new

Sullivan County Airport. Your hosts, The DInnersteln Family.

; •

The addition to Jerusalem's
Shaarei Zedek Hospital of a 25-bed
ward for persons suffering from
long-term illnesses represents the
latest in a series of JDC-Malben
projects to help provide such pa-
tients with a modern program of
professional care, Samuel L. Haber,
executive vice-chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee, re-
ported.
Malben is the health, welfare and
rehabilitation program on behalf of
aged, ill and handicapped immi-
grants maintained in Israel by the
Joint Distribution Committee with
United Jewish -Appeal funds.
The new ward, Haber stated,
will enable long-term patients to
utilize all of the hospital's facilities
and services, as well as the
specially-equipped occupational and
physio-therapy rehabilitation de-
vices. The special ward, like simi-
lar ones set up by JDC-Malben
elsewhere, will lessen the danger
of neglect that long-term patients
often face when they are not ad-
mitted to a general hospital.

Judge Apologizes
for Hitler Remark

'Receptacle for documents.

By ISAAC BLUM

Translated freely from the Yiddish
by Joshua Joyrich (Freidenreuch)

New JDC-Malben
Set in Jerusalem

CATSKICLs

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grams of from six months to one
year duration. The greater number
of the participants in the Jewish
Agency programs arc high school
and college youth, numbering
4,556. The participating adults are
for the most part Jewish educators
and communal workers.
In addition, it is estimated that
a minimum of another 2,000 youth-
ful Americans will be in Israel this
summer on their own, or on tours
sponsored by other major Amer-
ican Jewish organizations, and
American and Israel educational
institutions.
The 5,421 Americans who will
spend their time in Israel under
the auspices of the Jewish Agency
have been enrolled by the depart.
ments of Education and Culture
and Torah Education and Culture
of the American Section of the
Jewish Agency, and the American
Zionist Youth Foundation.
"The third successive year in
increased registration for Jewish
Agency programs in Israel," Mr.
Hamlin said, "is a reflection of a
continually growing interest in the
Jewish State. Ever since the Six
Day war, they has been an in-
creasing desire on the part of
Americans, particularly youth, to
investigate and see for themselves
the 'miracle of Israel.' " .

Alt may be documented;
Or will it be utterly discarded
Somewhere as wretchedly doomed?

As Long as 1 Live

LITTLE DIPPERS
SHINE AT
THE NEVELE

Even when they're not splash.
ing in their own special pool,
the tots and tweeners get a
chance to glow in their own
special worlds. Sports, parties,
campfires, story telling ses-
'sions...a magic place that
makes you wish you too were
young again. Expertly super-

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vised by counselors who know
just how to create a special

make-believe mood while your
• .• youngsters are in their own pri-

vate world ... and send them
back to you laughing for more.
18 Hole Golf Course • Electric

Carts •Club House • Outdoor Pool •
Aquabana • Indoor Pool • Health
Club •All-Weather Tennis • Riding
• Twin Private Lakes (Sailing,
Putt-Putts, Paddle-Boats) • Great
Entertainment • 3 Bands • Special
Family Plan • Teen Program •
Children's World (incl. Theatre,
Pool and Private Yacht).

Ellenville. New

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York

Hotel Tel: 914-647-6000
or Call Your Travel Agent

COME TO BEAUTIFUL
BRICKMAN WHERE
NOBODY EVER ASKS
"WHAT'S DOING?"

That's because every min-
ute of the day and into the
night everyone's part of the
pulsing program ... you be-
long the minute you arrive.
you're part of the action
and in with the crowd. ^)

FREE GOLF

• sun terraced

outdoor pool
• indoor pool • health club

•5 clay tennis courts
•Riding Academy and corral
•practice putting green
•paddle tennis
- star entertainment
and dancing nightly
•late, late shows
•duplicate bridge • art classes
•terrific teen program
•21-acre children's day camp
• eight patrol - nursery

• deluxe accommodations with TV.

FESTIVAL
Of TUE/

HOLIDAY IN NAPOLI

Sum - Sun.,

Aug. 16 - 23

The fabulous

flavor of

authentic Italia in one carnival week

JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY WEEK

Sun.-Sun.,

Aug. 23-30 A new of a celebration .

ALL SUMMER LONG ... you belong the

second you arrive... you're part of the
pulsing program.•in'with the crowd ...

wishing you could stay longer.

SUN.- SUN., JULY

overlooking a great 1B-hole golf course.
For Reservations call (Toll Free) Dial 1 —(800) 431-9031

Hotel Tel.: 914 434-5000 • Or see your travel agent.

Am.

-

man

and Exhibit.

In the beautiful Catskills So. Fallsburg. N.Y.

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and TV's Joe Franklin •
Radio
popular Mrs. Fix-
Fran Lee, TV's
Camp Movies • Folk Dance
and
it •
Workshop • Antique Show
Public Art Show
Flea Market •

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