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June 22, 1973 - Image 19

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-22

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AARON OUZAN, general
secretary of the moshavim
movement, is turfing the U.S.
in connection with the newly
established department of the
Sephardic and Oriental Jew-
ry of the World Zionist Or-
ganization. Rabbi Menhem
Hacohen, rabbinical leader
of Histadrut, is traveling with
Ouzan.

Men's Clubs

CRESCENT SHRINE CLUB
will host Al Ackerman,
sports director of WXYZ-TV
at its annual sports night 6
p.m. Monday at the Raleigh
House. President Dave K.
Draznin invites Shriners and
friends to the dinner and
social hour.
*

BETH ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB installed the following
on Sunday: President, May-
nard Feldman; vice presi-
dents, Sam Rosen and Sidney
Silverman; and secretaries,
Seymour Subar, Mark
Voight, Herb Furman and
Burt Levitt.

WIN A
PINTO
AT THE
PINES!

Austrian Prcznier BRUNO
KREISKY has accepted an
invitation to visit Israel but
no date has been set. The in-
vitation was extended by
Knesset Speaker ISRAEL
YESHAYAHU on a visit to
Austria.

3 DOOR RUNABOUT

The Schweid & Ehrlich families
are celebrating their 40th anni-
versary in the resort business
with a spectacular Pinto-a-week
giveaway!

CALL TODAY!

Now Accepting
353 ' Reservations for
Spring and
Summer in
the Mountains

Nine completely different contests
involving skill and ingenuity ... one
every week starting July 1st. And for
each contest, a spanking new Pinto
3-door runabout will be given away.
All you have to do to qualify is reg-
ister for a fabulous, fun-filled week
at the Pines. Which makes you a
winner right off the bat, because
you'll be enjoying one of the finest
vacations the Catskills has to offer.
So come up to the Pines. And remem-
ber—if once you fail... try, try again.

5811

BRICKMAN • BROWN'S
NEVELE • GROSSINGER'S
CONCORD • RALEIGH
KUTSHER'S • TAMIMENT

THE PINES FOR
PERfECT CONVENTIONS

OPEN ALL YEAR

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DORPACtii;
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RESERVATIONS CALL COLLECT

(914) 434-6000

Or see your travel agent

Classifieds Get Quick Results

HARVARD ROW - SOUTHFItLD

eiv•y on the

Kursman-Resnick
Troth Announced

it

This Week's Radio and Television Programs

Israeli and 'Yiddish music
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday. and other features.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: A conversation COMMUNITY CURRENTS
with the late Rabbi Abraham
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
J. Heschel, a re-broadcast of
Station: WDEE (1500).
the audio portion of the tele-
and
vision interview.
Time: Noon Tuesday.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Feature: An interview with
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Dr. Maurice Jacobs, printer,
publisher and historian.
Station: WNIC (1300).
and
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Station: WNIC-FM (100)
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: Rabbi Yitschak
Station: WCAR (1130).
M. Kagan will moderate a
Feature: Rabbi Harold S.
program featuring "Rebbe Loss will explore some funda-
and Hasid," part two of the mental Jewish themes pres-
story of hasidic life a century ent in today's popular music.
ago, and hasidic musical
presentations.
RELIGION IN THE NEWS
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
HIGHLIGHTS
Station: CKLW.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
and
Station: Channel 2.
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
Feature: "Campus Views,"
Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
college students will discuss
Station: Channel 9.
crucial issues of today's so-
Feature: Rabbi Jonathan
ciety and how they relate to Plaut of Temple Beth El,
"Changing Patterns in Jew- Windsor, will discuss news
ish Life."
items in the Jewish com-
* *
munity.
* * *
VISTAS OF ISRAEL
Time: 6:45 a.m. Sunday.
SPECIAL—RADIO
Station: WOMC-FM (104,3).
Time: 9 a.m. Mondays,
Feature: "Songs Sung by Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Roman Sharon," followed by
Station: WIID (1090).
a calendar of events in the
Feature: Daphna Feldman
Jewish community. Norman presents a program of He-
Rose is narrator.
brew lessons, recipes and
* * *
music. On Thursdays, Palti
BNAI SHALOM
Lifshitz presents a Yiddish
.Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
program.
Station: WBR.13-FM (102.7).
Feature: Phil Blaber pro-
SPECIAL—TV
vides a contemporary pot-
Time: 3 p.m. today.
pourri of Jewish humor,
Station: Channel 56.
music, culture and literature.
Feature: Novelist, essayist
* 0 4..
and critic, May Natalie Ta-
JEWISH WORLD
bak is featured.
Time: 4 p.m. Thursday.
Station: WMZK (98).
Feature: A presentation of Canada TV Show

This Summer

A GROSSINGER "EXCLUSIVE":
Provocative summer-long Cultural and Sports Happenings!

Mondays: Author's Day ... meet & question best-selling writers!
Tuesdays: Mind & Body ... medical & psychological authorities!

Wednesdays: Sports Day ... see top sports champions!

Thursdays: The World Today ... professors & journalists report!

Fridays: Critic's Day ... theatre, film & TV critics & reviewers!

WEEKENDS .... WEEKENDS .... WEEKENDS .... WEEKENDS

Every Saturday & Sunday climaxes your exciting summer week —
top stars, 4 great bands, house parties, special events — and,
every week, and every weekend, enjoy 'round-the-clock entertain-
ment with Lou (Simon Says) Goldstein.

SPECIALS . . . . SPECIALS . . . . SPECIALS . . . SPECIALS

Big Thursday: Thursday to Sunday — a maxi-weekend (4 days and
3 nights — pay for only 3 days) $93 to $141
Big Weekend: Add Monday to your Big Thursday package and enjoy
5 days and 4 nights — add only $25 to $33 to the rate above

Mid-Week Golf: 3 days and 2 nights (Sunday to Friday) greens
fees and club storage included. $62 to $86

Special Daily Mid-Week Rate: available Sunday to Friday every
week (2 day min.) $28 to $40

All rates are per person, double occupancy.

For a complete day-by-day, event-by-event breakdown, write or
call for your copy of this Summer's Grossinger News including a
poster-sized calendar of the Grossinger Summertime schedule.

SPECIAL WEEKS FOR SINGLES: July 8-15 & August 19-26

THERE'S MORE AT THE G. THIS SUMMER TO MAKE YOUR
VACATION MORE ENJOYABLE. RESERVE TODAY!

See your travel agent or call for reservations

Grossinger, N. Y. 12734 / 914-292..5000

CALL TOLL FREE: 800-431-6300

Reservation Office Open 7 Days — 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.

For Group Outings & Conferences, Call: (212) 565-4504

Let Jim Murray, our Director of Marketing Tell You
About Our New Million Dollar Conference Center.

INDOOR AND OUTDOOR OLYMPIC POOLS • HEALTH CLUBS • 4 BANDS
BROADWAY SHOWS NIGHTLY • ALL WEATHER TENNtS • TEEN TOWN
CAMP GROSSINGER • MILE-WIDE LAKE: BOATING, FISHING, SWIMMING
.27 HOLES OF GREAT GOLF: THE "BIG G" AND THE "VISTA NINE"

`Shalom' Wins Prize

TORONTO (ZINS) — The
TV show "Shalom," produced
by the Zionist Organization
of Canada (ZOC) received
an award for the best ethnic
entertainment segment out of
three awards presented to
Metro Cable Television Ltd.
where the show is taped
every week.
The "Shalom" show is
scheduled to continue next
year for 45 weeks.
The ZOC also produces a
half-hour TV program in
Montreal "Jewish Dimen-
sions."

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✓ retivities

IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE
will hold its 27th installation
dinner-dance 6:30 p.m. Thurs-
d a y at the Shenandoah
Country Club. Installing of-
ficer Art Lipman and Master
of Ceremonies Neil Werner
are past presidents of the
lodge. Officers to be in-
stalled are: President, Mark
Schwartz; vice presidents,
Iry Herman, Norman Moss
and Eddie Gittleman; secre-
taries, David Kaufman, Leo
Katz and Charles Blauer;
treasurer, Richard Liss;
chaplain, Neil Werner; and
board members - at - large,
Morton Steinhart, Louis Co-
hen, Walter Kaatz, Sheldon
Levenson, Sanford Lipman,
z Perlmutter, Ray Redeck,
Nate Spinner and Nate Zeron.

Insist on yourself; never
imitate. — Ralph Waldo
Emerson.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 22, 1973-19

Prof. HARRY A. WOLF-
SON of Harvard University
was awarded an honorary
degree by Stonehill College,
Easton, Mass.

BARKERS HURON HAVEN
COTTAGES ON LAKE HURON

bedrooms. House-
keeping, nice clean. Finest
of beaches. Safe for chil-
dren, not stoney.

2 & 3

No Pets Please.
Rents $125 to $165 Weekly

PHONE TAWAS CITY, MICH.

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Or Write: 1684 Rt. 2 Box 412-48763

MISS JUDITH KURSMAN

WE INS TE IN 'S

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kurs-
man of Wallbrook Ave., West
Bloomfield, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Judith Ellen to Frank
Resnick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Resnick of West
Hartford, Conn.
Miss Kursman was grad-
uated from the University
of Michigan and attends
Indiana University where she
is working on a masters de-
gree in college student per-
sonnel administration. Her
fiance was graduated from
the University of Vermont
and earned his masters de-
gree from Indiana Univer-
sity.
A late August wedding is
planned.

FOR A "Whale" OF A VACATION

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WRITE OR CALL FOR RESERVATION

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Israeli Flyover
Reported in Lebanon

JERUSALEM — Israeli
planes flew over border vil-
lages and refugee camps in
South Lebanon Tuesday for
the fourth day in a row.
An Israeli officer was
killed and three soldiers
wounded in a clash with
Palestinian guerillas near the
South Lebanese village of
Ramish last Wednesday.
Funeral services were held
at Kibutz Biram June 14 for
Lt. Amit Yechieli, 22, who
was killed in a clash witht
terrorist infiltrators in Upper
Galilee near the Lebanese
border.

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for the ENTIRE Family!

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• 18-hole championship golf
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dancing nightly! • 3 gour-
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commodationsl • New tennis
courts!
• Swimming, water-ski
school!
• Horseback ridingl

JULY "3 for 2" SPECIAL!

Vacation for Three—third person FREE! Beginning Fri.,
June 29th to Fri., July 27th—third person in room (with
2 adults) will be absolutely FREE (includes 3 meals per
day).

JULY BONUS:

Sun., July 8th to Fri., July 13th—in addi-
tion to the "3 for 2" Special—
any extra children under 15 in.
the some room will pay only $7-
per-day (includes all meals).

AUGUST:

Vacation for Three — third
person will be only $7-per-
day. Beginning Fri., July 27th to
Fri., Aug. 31st—the third person in a room
(with 2 adults) will pay only a service charge
of $7-per-day (includes 3 meals a day).

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