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August 07, 1970 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-07

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60th Year Celebration
at Brickman Hotel

The week beginning Aug. 23 will
mark the annual celebration of the
founding of the Hotel Brickman at
South Fallsburg, N.Y. The Posner
family has scheduled a week-long
program of special events com-
memorating their 60th year in busi-
ness.
Ben and Murray Posner, third-
generation operators of the Brick-
man, will present the "Festival of
Comedy" featuring their show busi-
ness friends, the annual Kiddie
Kamp Karnival, rock and roll
Teenarama, champagne banquet,
anniversary cocktail party and
more celebrations.

Where to Take Kids? Israel!

Youngsters touring with their
parents will especially enjoy Israel.
Parks and zoos are in each of the
three major cities, the most inter-
esting one being the Biblical Zoo
in Jerusalem.
Children with stars in their eyes
will enjoy a visit to the Williams
Planetarium on the campus of the
Hebrew University at Jerusalem,
or the new Lasky Planetarium in
Tel Aviv's Ha'aretz Museum corn-

There is the junior wing of the
Israel Museum in Jerusalem, or
the Ha'aretz Coin Museum in
Tel Aviv—or any of the 50-odd
museums throughout the country
that specialize in subjects rang-
ing from marine life to archeol-
ogy.

SHERIDAN SPA

IS 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

At Mid-Aaterica's fabulous resort ...
a playtime peradisewhereyou'll enjoy:

• Terrific food

• Beautiful bested

and patio
• All sports
• Gala floor AVMS

- - •

pool

Planned
Children's
Activities

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REILLY'S HURON
HAVEN COTTAGES

Now Low Retest'

Modern housekeeping cot-
tage on Lake Huron. Finest
of Beaches, safe for children.
Not stoney. Rates $110 to
$155. Special week-end rates
June. Phone: 517-362-2626.
Tawas City, Route 2, Box
303, Michigan 48763.

',MERE VACATION
DREAMS COME Titutr

Vacation at Stenbens

in South Haven
We are open this season with fine accommodations at

"Special August Rates."

Block from Lake Michigan

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 at 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 vacation
at 1969 prices. Reserve now for Gala Labor Day Weekend & Week.

DIR. 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-Enterprise 9-6350;
Montreal and To onto-Zenith 6.3550. Hotel phone (914) 292-13000. We cater
to conventions. Details upon request. We're only minutes from the new
Sullivan County Airport. Your hosts. The Dinnerstein Family.

4f8figfre art
015101511111
is vacation inn:

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• 18-hole
championship
golf course
• 3-gourmet
meals!
• Horseback
riding,
• Tennis,
boating!
• Bicycling!

• Float shows
& dancing nightlYI
• Planned
programs for
teens &
children! We
entertain them
while you play!

• Attractive

•• Swimming,
water-ski school!

FAMILY BONUS

$5

Fro

per child

1
Aug. 4th
3rd
m Friday, Sept-

SUrldaY.

I t
room only
in
person per day!
r e en
S e Xtrach s iladd room only
ing
shar o
each per day. In-

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IV

$5 AUGUST
SPECIAL!

3rd Person Sharing

room only $5.00!

That's right! From Friday, July
31 to Friday, Sept. 4th, the 3rd
person (adult or child) shar-
ing room with 2 adults will
Pay only $5.00 service charge.
And be entitled to lodging,
fun
and food 13 meals each day).

cludes 3 meals.

Before Summer ends — enjoy our big Family Bonus Vaca-
30 to Friday, Sept. 4th (see above).
tion from Sunday, Aug.
Plan your Labor Day Weekend holiday, Friday, Sept. 4th

thru Sept. 7.

Ni

(One hour from Chicago.)

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Only .65 miles frpm Chicago via af2fifISWIT, Moo/WA

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(Copyright 1970, JTA, Inc.)

Play unlimited free golf
on our own 18 - hole, 7070

' 44 a.m...

MENDELSON'S I

HURRY

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STRICTLYely/MO
KOSHER

HOTEL

By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX

phone 11-616) 637 - 2706

summer at
Stevensville

There are dozens of theaters that
feature English-language films;
basketball and other sports match-
es; swimming pools, tennis courts
and horseback riding, and even
skiing on Mt. Hermon.
Israel has more than her share
11114,1011
of beaches along her four seas,
So. FAllsburg, N.Y. • (914) 434-6000
SOUTH HAVEN, MICH. 49090
and children are likely to enjoy a
On Beautiful Lake Michigan =
ride in one of the glass-bottom
• GOLF ON PREMISES
boats in Eilat or a motor boat tour
REGULATION 9 HOLE COURSE
on the Sea of Galilee.
I • INDOOR POOL•HEALTH CLUB
There are 29 national parks

NIGHT CLUB-LOUNGE
NEW
throughout Israel. Some are basic-
BONUS SPECIAL
• AL•STAR ENTERTAINMENT
ally historic sites, but many, such
SUNDAY
TO
FRIDAY
as the Aqua Bella recreational
• LUXURIOUS ACCOMMODATIONS
park near Jerusalem. or Gan Hash-
6 Fun Filled Days of
• HEATED PASSAGEWAYS TO
Planned Activities
MAIN BUILDING
losha with its natural waterfalls
l
and pools, are delightful spots for
5 Star-Studded Evenings Of
• INDOOR ICE SKATING &
Dancing and Entertainment
picnicking, boating, swimming and
ROLLER SKATING YEAR 'ROUND
f•rifitite
even camping.
'
3 Wonderful Meals Plus
f sssss i•it C
1 Specie! tales ler Midweek Creeps
Summer camps, open during
Midnight Snacks
July and August, accept boys and
Others
FROM
$65 to
girls from abroad for periods of
$95
one to four weeks.
Baby - sitting services, if booked
WEEKLY $90 TO $130
a day or two in advance, can be
arranged in Jerusalem (through
CHILDREN FREE
the student employment service
Shoring Room With Parents
of the Hebrew University), in
(Charge For Meals Only)
Tel Aviv (through the students'
i
• Beach Parties • Boating • Fishing
union of Tel Aviv University),
! I • Moonlight Swims • Weenie Roasts
and in Haifa (through the tourist
I
I • Cocktail Parties • Golf • Tennis
information office).
• Poolside Dancing • Arts and Crafts
Admission fees for most tourist

OLYMPIC
SIZE
HEATED
POOL
i
sites and activities are reduced for
V
WADING POOL
children, and there are childr'in's I • CHILDREN'S
PLANNED TEENAGE ACTIVITIES
i
rates for hotel accommodations and 1 • CHILDREN'S COUNSELOR

i
air fares.
Write for Information or
SOCIAL DIRECTOR
Hotels allow a 50 per cent dis- 1 •
See Your Travel Agent
count for children up to age 6
SIZIam am ,
sharing a room with parents, and I Make Reservations Now
30 per cent off for youngsters age i
(6161 637-5403
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
6 to 12. Children under age 2. who
do not occupy a seat, are charged
10 per cent for air fare, and there' ,
SCHECHTER & HIR.SCH'S
a 50 per cent fare reduction for
youngsters up to age 12.
GLATT

Hazzan

Modern rooms with shower facilities

Located 1

Johnny Cash, Charley Pride and THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 7, 1970-19
the Hee Haw gang will be among
country artists performing at the
1970 Michigan State Fair Aug. 28-
HMV
Sept. 7 at the fairgrounds in De-
troit.
Aid'
•":•• ■■ •
YEAR
i •
.

In Detroit:
Isadore J.
Goldstein,
25839 South-
wood Drive

Southfield,
356-7555 Mich,

In the Biblical period the term
Hazan seemed to have borne the
connotation of an "overseer." Such
is the meaning of the Assyrian '
word "Hazanu," ie, an overseer
or director. Delitsch feels that the
term implies a sense of "vision"
in its biblical usage. This can be
seen from its use in prophetic lan-
guage such as the term "Hazon
Yishayahu" (the "vision" of
Isaiah the prophet—Isaiah 1:1).
In Ugaratic Hazanuti there is a
term meaning "governors." In the
Talmudic period this term was
used to denote the overseer of a
city, a court or a temple or a
synagogue. It a Is o is used to
denote a teacher or a leader
of projects. In later times, since
the c a n t or was the "over-
retained as Hazan. Some claim
that originally the leader of the -
prayers was the overseer of the
synagogue and often its teacher.
etc. Later when a more specialized
role was given to the cantor, he
still retained the original title, al-
though he no longer was an over-
seer as such.

Dipping Bread in Salt

Some people dip their bread
three times in salt when "break-
ing bread" at the table.
Basically, the reason for dipping
the bread into salt stems from
the passage in the Book of Leviti- I
cus where the people of Israel
were ordered to bring salt with
all of their sacrifices (Leviticus
2:13). In that passage the word
"salt" is mentioned three times
when breaking bread for the meal.
The Rabbis (Yalkut Reubeni) tell
us that the world was divided into
three areas—settled lands, wilder-
ness and sea. The sea once came
to the Almighty with a complaint
stating that the Torah was given
in the wilderness, the Temple was
built in a settled land; but the sea
had not realized its share of holi-
ness. Thereupon the Almighty
promised that every sacrifice
would be offered with salt which
resembles the salt of the sea. Dip-
ping the bread in salt, which rep-
resents the offering of the sacri-
fice with salt, thus completes the
three-fold cycle of the universe.
and thus some claim we dip the
bread in salt three times.

Fully Air Conditioned • Private Pool

'11 5

• daily

per person

U dble. occ.
Day Camp, Kiddie Pool &
NOW
Snack Bar • TV & Radio In All
TO SEPT. 7
Rooms • Free Parking • Planned
'55 of 157 rooms
Entertainment • Daily Services In
INCLUDING MEALS
Our Oceanfront Synagogue
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
Dial Direct
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS

& Beach •

FREE!

SEPT. 30th to OCT. 11th

800-327-8165

ENTIRE OCEANFRONT BLOCK — 37th to lets St.

MIAMI BEACH

THE FAMILY THAT
PLAYS APART,
STAYS TOGETHER.

A family vacation at Grossinger's is a vacation. For
ercrwine in the family.
For kids. 4-12, there's Camp Grossinger, hidden on
our grounds. They leave at eight ( before breakfast),
return at eight ( after dinner). And under the supervi-
sion of our professional staff they swim in their - own
pool, eat in their own dining area, play softball, volley-
ball, shuffleboard. basketball. They study nature, sing
around campfires at night, watch movies, make friends.
For teenagers, our exciting Teen Program includes
their own Nite Club, their own Rock band, their own
Teen Hosts, all their own things.
And for mill. there are 1300 acres filled with every
sport and social activity imaginable, day and night.
(Plus experienced baby-sitters.)
Come to Grossinger's with the kids. They'll be so
near ...yet so far.

Al no, , elink.

Director of Golf
Golf Professional

Pete Donnelly,

Per reservations see year trawl agent or orate Gm...Inger', Grotung•r, N.Y. 12734.
Or call fawn N.Y.C.-563-4500; Miami-944797S; Montreal-402-112t9; Toronto-
721-9911; Cell eor toll free WATS No.: 1-000-431-6300 for East 01 Ike Miesiselegi
River (except N.Y., Fla., La.. Miss. & Ala.). Planning a carte•ntion or outing? (212)
565-4504. Reeenrefien office open daily at 9 A.M.-11 P.M. or call your Imo' travel

• 11.••• .

GROSSINGER. N.Y.

IF YOU'RE GOING TO THE COUNTRY
COME TO GRQSSINGER S

GROSSINGER'S EASY-GOING
SINGLES WEEK! AUG. 23-30.

1:100 relaxed, informal acres filled with exciting things
to do and •people to meet. Naturally! Operation Match
--a computer that guarantees yuu'll meet people you
want to meet. Round-nail ti seating. A non - stop day and
night calendar of parties. dances, lively socials, casual
get-togethers. Come. For reservations. see above.

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