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May 16, 1980 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-16

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Foreign Policy
Handling Is Hit

In a scathing report on
the Carter Administration's
conduct of U.S. foreign pol-
icy, nationally syndicated
columnist Jack Anderson
this week listed a number of
points showing Carter's
foreign policy gaffes.
Among them was this
"The Israeli-Egyptian
pact was a stunning blow to
America's Arab allies.
Whom did the President
send to explain it to them?
His son, Chip Carter, ac-
companied by national se-
curity adviser Zbigniew
"Jordan's King Hussein
invited Brzezinski to a
luncheon, but dispatched
Chip to eat with the chil-
dren. In Saudi Arabia, the
sophisticated Saudis in-
cluded Chip at the meals,
but excluded him from im-
portant discussions.
"Said one source gravely:
"I do not send my child to
negotiate important mat-

Aid to Religious
Pupils Is Upheld

federally-funded program
under which pupils in non-
public religious schools in
New York City receive re-
medial education from pub-
lic school teachers has been
upheld by a special three-
man federal constitutional
court here.
The court rejected a com-
plaint by the National Coal-
ition for Public Education
and Religious Liberty
(PEARL) which was filed in
March 1976 in the Federal
District Court for the
Southern District of New
The PEARL motion was
opposed by the National
Jewish Commission on Law
and Public Affairs
(COLPA). A spokesman for
PEARL said that PEARL
would appeal the ruling,
handed down April 18, to
the Supreme Court.

Israel Yeshiva
Opens- Military,
Education Unit

NEW YORK — Yeshivat
Or Etzion in southern Israel
has opened a military
academy which combines
yeshiva education and
pre-military training for
those who will serve the Is-
raeli Defense Forces follow-
ing graduation.
The cadets will study to-
gether with their fellow
students at the yeshiva, but
will supplement the regular
courses with military train-
ing and special programs.
The military require-
ments include six hours'
training per week, and one
month during the summer.
Parachute training will be
offered in the summer fol-
lowing the junior year.
Those who graduate from
the high school and com-
plete their training at the
military academy will have
the option of entering the
Israeli defense forces or con-
tinuing their studies.

Friday, May 16, 1980 23

What's happening at Hamilton Place.


Over 150 people turned
out at Hamilton Place in

Southfield for the Bar
Mitzvah Party of Jayson
Small. Jayson, the son of
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Small
of Southfield, did a
remarkable job on his
Haftorah, May 3rd, at
Beth Achim Synagogue.

Several truckloads of fine
Lake Michigan Beach
sand arrived in time for
the Grand Opening of
Hamilton Place beach in
Southfield, the only
private club beach in the
area. The unique thrill of
lying on white Lake
Michigan sand direct
from the Sand Dunes of
Western Michigan came
as a most pleasant sur-
prise to Hamilton Place

Craig Hall, president of
the affordable indoor-
outdoor club, says, "The
sandy Florida-like beach
will add another dimen-
sion to the good life at
Hamilton Place, and is
almost guaranteed to give
our members Florida-like
tans this summer." When
asked about the cost of
bringing sand from Lake
Michigan, Hall said "I
couldn't resist the idea,
but contrary to popular
belief, the sand was not
dirt cheap."

Craig Hall

sand and relax with a cool
drink in my hand, just
like I always do in
Florida." Sepanek went
on to say that he's im-
pressed with the whole
atmosphere at Hamilton
Place." Tennis, volleyball,
swimming, golf putting
green, you can do it all at
Hamilton Place. Sepanek
say's "A yearly member-
ship costs less than a one
week stay in Florida."
Other Hamilton Place
members, impressed with
the recent acquisition,
have now suggested that
President Hall bring up
water from the Gulf of
Mexico to fill the swim-
ming pools. Hall could
not be reached for corn-
ment on that suggestion.

Over 400 friends and rel-
atives of Hamilton Place
President Craig Hall at-
tended a gala birthday
celebration and were en-
tertained by rising
comedian Johnny Yune.
Yune, best known for his
frequent appearance on
the Johnny Carson
"Tonight Show", flew in
from Hollywood ex-
pressly for the Hamilton
Place event.
Yune came up the ropes
the hard way. He was
born and raised in a small
Korean village during the
war. In 1951 he came to
the U.S. on a two year
music scholarship at Ohio
Wesleyan University.
Moving to New York,
Johnny studied acting
under Lee Strasberg for
two years and put in two
more years learning to

Last June, Tony Orlando
introduced Johnny to Las
Vegas, where Yune
received rave reviews as a
comedian. "I love comedy
because it makes my life
happier," Johnny said,
"When I do comedy I play
me...I don't play
somebody else. Basically I
make fun of me and the
things around me. I love
Hamilton Place member
to entertain." And enter-
Tony Sepanek said, "I can
tain he did, as the guests
hardly wait to get out in
the private party at
the ,sun, put my blanket
Place loved
down on that _beautiful
every mintue of this act.
After his Hamilton Place
As a special 1st Anniver- tory rate. Cards are avail- engagement, Yune flew
sary offer, you can pur- able to Hamilton Place back to Hollywood to
chase a Gourmet card members only. Call the finish shooting "Sgt. T.K.
that will save you 1/2 off Cafe Rouge information Yu", a new comedy series
on a dinner at Hamilton line for more details at he'll be starring in this
Place. Get one free dinner 644-5553.
when a dinner of equal or
higher value is purchased...
Just present your gour-
met card when you dine
at the Cafe Rouge. The
Gourmet Card can be pur-
chased in the catering of-
fice for $20.00 and is
good for 5 meals at this
special 1/2 off introduc-


Later that evening, the
festivities began at
Hamilton Place. "The
food was great, the ser-
vice was super. We had a
lot of friends and rela-
tives to invite and we
wanted to be sure every-
thing went right on this
important occasion. The
whole affair was a smash-
ing success. In fact, I'm
still getting phone calls
about it," Mrs. Small
went on to say. According
to Hamilton Place party
planner Ed Walters,
Hamilton Place caters all
types of affairs." "We do
business meetings, sweet
sixteens, weddings, all
types of occasions. The
menus vary but we treat
every party as a special
occasion and try to give
each affair its own uni-

Hamilton Place banquet
and luncheon informa-
tion can be obtained by
calling Ed Walters at
Hamilton Place, 644-
5554, Monday - Friday 9
a.m. - 5 p.m.


The ultimate in fine
dining is now available in
the Cafe Rouge at
Hamilton Place. Members
have been raving about
the excellent menu, great
food and fine service.

Murray Caplan

"It's elegant dining in a

warm atmosphere" says
Murray Caplan. "I love to
come here. Have cocktails
with my, friends, kibbutz
a bit and then sit down to
a fabulous meal."

Max Hornstein likes to
have a leisurely dinner,
too. "I like to relax in the
lounge and listen to
Freddie (Bush) at the
piano. It really puts me in
a good mood to know I -
can relax and really enjoy
a good meal out. The food
is super.

Whether you spend the
whole evening or just stop
by for a drink, Cafe
Rouge is really something
else...and so is Hamilton
Place. There's always
something exciting going
on. Parties, disco, Monte
Carlo nights, bands and
more...you can do it all at
Hamilton Place. You owe
it to yourself to join.

The Affordable
Private Club
...A Year Round

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


Hamilton Place

• For less than
the cost of a vacation
• Less than a gallon
of gas from your home
You owe it to yourself.

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