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April 18, 1980 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-18

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16 Friday, April 18, 1980




Sure things are tough, but they'll get better. In the meantime, what's really impor-
tant is getting good value for your money. Now here's a real value. For less than the
cost of a vacation, the good life can be yours at Hamilton Place- all year round.
Hamilton Place, the affordable private club in Southfield, that offers a variety of sum-
mer fun close to your home. Sip a pin.a colada while basking in the sun on our unique
sandy beach, take a relaxing dip in bur spacious pool, play tennis, jog )around the par-
course, play an entertaining round of golf on our 18 hole putting green or dine with
your friends at our gourmet restaurant. You can do it all and more at Hamilton Place.
The affordable family vacationl-and lesS than a gallon of gas from your home._
Hamilton Place, you owe it to yourself to join. Bring the coupon to Hamilton Place any
day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. See how much enjoyment you can afford.

ZOA Sponsors
Energy Tour

April 20-25, the Zionist
Organization of America
(ZOA) will coordinate and
sponsor a national tour of
U.S. energy facilities for the
leaders of many of the major
American Jewish organiza-
' The ZOA, under the lead-
ership of Ivan J. Novick,
president, believes that
"energy independence is
America's greatest chal-
lenge" and that "it is crucial
for the American people to _
have a detailed and b-
anced understanding of c
nation's energy problem
and be fully awrae of the
realistic options available
for its solution."
The tour will include a
coal-fired plant and a
synthetic fuel facility in
Pittsburgh, the National
Aeronautic Space Agency in
Cleveland, a nuclear power
plant and operator training
center in Zion, Ill., the San-
dia National Laboratory in
Albuquerque, and the Na-
tional Reactor Testing Sta-
tion in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Mailer Awarded
Pulitzer Prize


Just in time for Summer, Now you can
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Hurry, Join now, this offer expires soon.

NEW YORK — Norman
Mailer was awarded a 1980
Pulitzer Prize Monday for
The Executioner's Song."
It was Mailer's second
' The controversial book,
termed a work of fiction by
Mailer and his publisher, is
the story of the life and
execution of Gary Gillmore.
Mailer's previous prize was
for "Armies of Night," a
non-fiction work published
in 1969.
Ellen H. Goodman, a
former columnist at the De-
troit Free Press and now
with the Boston Globe, and
Leon F. Litwack, a professor
of history at the University
of California at Berkeley,
were also among the 21 re-
cipients of the prestigious
prizes awarded in jour-
nalism, letters, drama, and

Church Named
for Anhe Frank

OSAKA, Japan — A
Japanese Protestant con-
gregation has dedicated its
new church in the name of
Anne Frank, the Jewish girl
whose diary survived her
death in a Nazi concentra-
tion camp.
Representatives of Israel,
Netherlands and the
Japanese government la
weekend attended the
veiling of a statue of Anne
Frank outside the new
Roses of Anne Church.

ORT Day in U.S

Swim, Jog, Exercise,
Dine, Relax in Total
Luxury...the only indoor,
outdoor club in the area.

30333 Southfield Rd.


Between 12 and 13 Mile Road

Hamilton Place
0 For less than the cost of

a vacation.
S Less than a gallon of gas
from your home.
You owe it to yourself.

Phone 646-8990

President Jimmy Carter
proclaimed April 10 as
"ORT Centennial Day,
1980" in honor of the
worldwide efforts of the
Organization for Rehabili-
tation through Training,
and cited the "consistent
quality" of the 100-year-old
organization's programs as
"an inspiration and an in-
dispensable aid to pro-


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