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February 03, 1978 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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12 Friday, February 3, 1918

WHY IS

PASSOVER
AT THE SAXONY

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The education of children
must never be interrupted,
even to rebuild the Temple.
—Talmud

DIF'vERENT THAN
ANY OTHER
KOSHER HOTEL?

Because The Saxony is Miami's
No. 1 luxury Kosher hotel
with the most elegantly
inviting accommodations.
You'll experience the Passover
holiday in a heartwarming
traditional atmosphere.

THE KOSHER

Air Conditioned & Healed

ROWN

HOTEL 0 GLATT

On The Ocean 40 41st Sts

STAY 15 DAYS-14 NIGHTS
and PAY FOR ONLY 12 MGM

Available from Match 6 to
April 20. as per rate schedule
based on availability
NOT INCLUDING PASSOVER

All Sports Facilities.Tennis. Health Club
Heated Therapeutic
• .
Whirlpool.
Teen Age Club
it
House. Kiddie Park.
.. ■
Entertainment Nightly.
Social Host
Synagogue On Premises

EARLY RESERVATIONS FOR

A GLORIOUS warm
AT A /10•FRILL PRICE

PASSOVER

Suggested. Services Will be
Conducted by Renowned Cantor

*STAY 14 morn
paty
re ONLY 12!
• Rates as per schedule per

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL MIAMI BEACH

TOLL FREE

exposure and availability.
Effective March 6—April 20

e-

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SAXONY

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For complete information call:

TOLL

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Or See Your Travel Agent

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You'll enjoy Miami's most
complete sports and entertain.
- ment facilities including tennis
courts, an olympic size pool,
and much, much more.

Featuring Cantors Leib Raskin
and Barnette Mittelman.

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Entertainment Nightly
Social Hostess
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
Reasonable Rates

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HOTEL

ROOMS AVAILABLE
MARCH & APRIL
RESERVE NOW FOR \
PASSOVER

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Julian S. Tobias Greeted on 65th Birthday
as Hebrew Student, Head of Education Unit

Julian S. Tobias took his
leadership in educational
ranks seriously. As chair-
man of the education divi-
sion of the Jewish Welfare
Federation he not only vis-

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/

SCHECHTER'S

.171 110111

KOSHER HOTEL

lDGLATT

Kosher Hotel
PRICE WAR

STAY 14 DAYS & PAY FOR 12

from

March 6 to April 20

• IRE IBMS
• MATEO DERAPEIMC WHIRLPOOL

RESERVE NOW FOR PASSOVER

CALL FREE to MIAMI BEACH

800 - 327-8165

OR SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT

Entire Oceanfront Block
37th to 38th Sts. MIAMI BEACH

Phone: (3051531-0061
\\., SAM SCHECHTER. Owner Murat

INSTANT
PASSPORT &
I.D. PHOTOS

• In Living Color
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• Call Today For Info
• Another Leo Knight
FIRST

LEO
KNIGHT

PHOTOGRAPHY
26571 W. 12 Mile Rd.
352-7030

ji

ited schools to become inti-
mately acquainted with
them. He personally pur-
sued the study of Hebrew
and became proficient in the
language.
For such devotions, he re-
ceived special encomia on
his 65th birthday which he
celebrated with his family
last Sunday.
Tobias is currently a
member of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation's Culture
and Education Division and
of the Federation - Jewish
Community Council liaison
committee, and the United
Jewish Charities endow-
ment committee.
He is a board member of
United Hebrew Schools and
the Midrasha, and is a
member of the joint Cong.
Shaarey Zedek - UHS edu-
cation committee and of the
finance committee of the

JULIAN S. TOBIAS

Jewish Community Center.
He is a member of the
board and chairman of the
ritual committee at Temple
Israel where is a charter
member and past president,

and he is a member of the
governing council of the
American Association for
Jewish Education.
A past worshipful master
of the Masons, Tobias is an
honorary member of the
33rd Degree Supreme
Council of the Scottish Rite,
member of the finance
committee of the Grand
Lodge of the state of Michi-
gan and chairman of the
budget committee of Perfec-
tion Lodge.
An alumnus of Wayne
State University, he is cur-
rently president of the
Wayne State Fund and a
member of the executive
committee of the Anthony
Wayne Society.
Tobias, a certified public
assountant, is married to
the former Evelyne Chase.
They have two daughters
and three grandchildren.

Zeitlin Memorial Booklet Printed

PHILADELPHIA — To
honor the memory of Dr.
Solomon Zeitlin, world-
renowned biblical scholar,
educator and author who
died Dec. 28, 1976, Dropsie
University has just pub-
lished "A Memorial Tribute
to Dr. Solomon Zeitlin." He
was distinguished professor
of post-biblical literature
and institutions at Dropsie,
where he taught for more
than 60 years without mis-
sing a single class, and
served for many years as
editor of the university's
"Jewish Quarterly Review."

A number of Dropsie col-
leagues and others closely
associated with Dr. Zeitlin
wrote of his personal and
professional life. Articles
for the "Memorial Tribute"
were contributed by Dr.
Leon J. Perelman, the new

president of Dropsie Uni-
versity; Rabbi Reuben J.
Magil, spiritual leader of
Cong. Beth Zion-Beth Israel
and a former president of
the Dropsie Alumni Associ-
ation, who numbered Dr.
Zeitlin among his congreg-
ants; Dr. Abraham I. Katsh,
president emeritus and dis-
tinguished professor of
Hebraica research at Drop-
sie.

PLO Professors

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— Among the 200 profes-
sors of Palestinian descent
who teach in the U.S. are
several rumored to be fa-
vored by Egyptian Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat to repre-
sent the Palestinians at any
reconvened Geneva confer-
ence.
They include: Harvard
University's Wal id Khalidi;
Ibrahim Abu Lughod (wh-
ose wife is a Jew from
Chicago); Columbia's Ed-
ward W. Said; and
Georaetown's Hisham
Sharabi.
Sharabi, however, is not a
member of the Palestine
National Council.

Also, Dr. Solomon
Grayzel, professor of his-
tory; and Dr. Sidney B.
Hoenig, adjunct profes-
sor of talmudic studies,
whose most recent work,
"Solomon Zeitlin: Scho-
lar Laureate,"provided
an annotated bibliog-
raphy of the more than
400 books and articles
written and published by
Dr. Zeitlin. A personal
account was given by
Joel Louis Spector, Dr.
Zeitlin's nephew.

DR. SOLOMON ZEITLIN

versity, Broad and York
For information about the Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
booklet, write Dropsie Uni- 19132.

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