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December 12, 1980 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

It is not for man to rest in
absolute contentment. He is
born to hopes and aspira-
tions as the sparks fly up-
ward, unless he has

brutified his nature and
quenched the spirit of im-
mortality which is his por-
tion.
-Southey

GINGER)
THEMAN 855-3313
TELEGRAPH AT 15 MILE
NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS

10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

WE SERVE BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER
MON. THURS. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. .8 a.m. to 12 Mid.

-

BAR-B-Q RIBS & CHICKEN (BBQ & Roasted)

Also Our Variety Of ... • Sandwiches • Soups • Unique Salads • Fresh,Fish
• Steaks • Our Famous Doney Islands • Tropical Fresh Fruit Drinks

Your Hosts: Seymour and Linda Markey

DOUG'S BODY SHOP

HAS A FANTASTIC

NEW MENU!

MICHIGAN'S MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT

(Where else can you eat in an Edsdl?)

IS OFFERING GREAT FOOD & DRINKS AT
LESS THAN MODERATE PRICES
1EVENING PRICES From $3.25
DAILY SPECIALS $5 9 5

9
Tues.-Fri.
all you can eat inc. salad & potatoes
IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN TO DOUG'S
OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER

AT THESE PRICES YOU HAVE TO TRY IT!

COUNTRY MUSIC
Featuring

DAVE HARPER

Thurs. thru Sat.

HOURS: LUNCH, Mon.-Fri. 11;30-3 p.m.
DINNER, Tues.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 5-12 Mid.

Valet Parking

WOODWARD - bet. 8 & 9 MILE

399-1040

CELEBRATE
New Years Eve

At The
Northfield Hilton

Choose one of our CELEBRATE plans for
auld lang syne! For more information, call
our Catering Manager at 879-2100.

Plan I: Open bar • Cocktail hour • Hors. D'oeuvres •
Four-course prime rib champagne dinner • After
dinner cordial • Dinner show • Dance music • Hats
and favors • Overnight accommodations • Eye-
opener buffet brunch • Swimming, saunas, ample
parking, color televisions • All tips and taxes in-
cluded • Late check out

'185

per couple

Plan H: Same as above without overnight accom-
modations and brunch buffet

'125

per couple

Space is limited, so reserve early!

[

NORTHFIELD HILTON
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100



Friday, December 12, 1980 39

Our condition never satis-
fies us; the present is always
the worst.

Christian Group Cites Sen. Levin

WASHINGTON — The
U.S. office of Christian
Solidarity International to-
night will award Senator
Carl Levin (D-Mich.) the
organization's first annual
Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Award for contributions to
religious human rights.
Sen. Levin's wife, Bar-
bara, will accept the award
for him at Christian Sol-
idarity's banquet in
Rockville, Md. Sen. Levin
will not be able to accept the
iggi

award because he is travel-
CARL LEVIN
ing in the Mideast as a
representative of the Senate particular attention to the
Armed Services Committee. persecution of Christians
While on the trip, he will and Jews — in defense of
participate in the interna- their right to worship.
tional human rights confe--
"Whether it be a state-
ence in Madrid.
ment supporting freedom
Christian Solidarity cited for a captive nation, an
Sen. Levin for his "tireless urgent appeal for cle-
humanitarian effort on be- mency to a foreign head
half of human rights, giving of state, introducing

Italy's Jews Aid Victims

ROME (JTA) — In si-
lence, and with no desire for
publicity, Jews all over
Italy are sending help to
earthquake stricken towns
in southern Italy.
So far, 38 tons of new
clothes, box loads of food,
and a thousand heavy blan-
kets bought by the Rome
Jewish community were
sent ahead on three trucks
and delivered at the Nocera
Inferiore and another dis-
tribution center.
Five trailers were con-
tributed; three by the Rome
community, one by the
Naples Jewish community,
and one by HIAS, with
money collected entirely
among its staff in Rome.
Individual Roman
Jewish shop owners do-
nated wholesale quan-
tities of badly needed clo-
thing and undergar-
ments. Other badly
needed items, such as
heaters for tents and
trailers, were bought
with cash donations.
The major Jewish organ-
izations with offices in
Rome (HIAS,JDC, ORT and
the Jewish Agency) con-
tributed $100,000 of which
$30,000 came from the JDC
alone. Staff members of all
these Jewish organizations
contributed an average of
two days salary each.

War Criminal
Goes on Trial

BONN (JTA) — Nazi war
criminal Kurt Asche, who
was chief of police in charge
of Jewish affairs in Nazi-
occupied Belgium during
World War II, has gone on
trial in Kiel. He is charged
with having been responsi-
ble for the death of 25,257
Jews, 5093 of them chil-
dren, whom he had deporte.1
from Belgium from August
1942 to July 1944.
Asche worked in collab-
oration with Ernst Ehlers,
chief of the Gestapo in Bel-
gium who was his im-
mediate supervisor. Ehlers,
who served as magistrate in
Schleswig-Holstein until
his retirement in 1974,
committed suicide last
month when he learned that
he was to be tried.

legislation on behalf of
•••••• •••••
specific people, to writ- • ••••
ing letters and making
visits, Sen. Levin has
been and is — one of the
DINER THEATRE
'prime movers for human
detroit's Original dinner theatre
rights, both here and in
Alfredo Jimmy Launce
PROductions, Inc.
America and abroad,"
presents
the organization said.
chapter two
Sen. Levin and two other
Congressmen will visit
A Comedy
starring Jimmy Launce
Bahrain, Saudi Arabia,
Performaces: Wednesday Matinee
Friday & Saturday
Oman, Israel, Egypt and • •
Jordan during their two- • • • Group Rates & Performances Available
643-8865
• • Reservations
week trip.
Lower Level Somerset Mall -

/OMERSET



EZZIE HOLYK

YOUR FAVORITE CHEF. FROM CLUB BERKLEY
IS MAKING HIS GREAT DISHES At

DOMINICO'S

FAMILY RESTAURANT

2859 COOLIDGE, 2 Blks. S. of 12 Mile

Perhaps most moving of
all were the offers of help
that came' from Soviet
Jewish refugees in transit
in Rome — those bedrag-
gled •families awaiting
passports to continue their
emigration to the U.S.,
Canada and Australia.

• Baby Perch
Red Snapper
• Cottage Fries

541-7670

• Baby Frog Legs
• Dover Sole
• Turtle Soup

AND OTHER EZZIE SPECIALTIES

PLUS DOMINICO'S FAMOUS ITALIAN-AMERICAN DISHES

OPEN 7 Days Mon. thru Sat. 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Sun. 4 to 12 Mid.

OUR ANTIPASTO SALAD IS SECOND TO NONE!

6-, HETTI
an 4

CHILDREN'S NIGHTCLUB

FRI., SAT. & SUN.

PUPPET SHOW

Etc.

Dinner At 6 P.M.

11005 Middlebelt at Plymouth
Wonderland Shopping Center Livonia
522-5880

(Children's Dinners all $2.65)

Show At 7 P.M.

All Adults Must Be Accompanied
By Children 12 and Under

DINNERS FROM $4 15

INCLUDE: HOME-MADE BREADSTICKS, ANTIPASTO SALAD & SPUMONI



Corner
5 Mile Rd.

and Inkster Rd.

Casual Dining
and Dancing

535-3200

at

Prices You Can Afford

?00

Open Mon. Thru Fri. from 11 a.m.



Enjoy Our Intimate
and Relaxing Atmosphere
in Gracious Beauty

Sat. from 5 p.m.

TWO FOR ONE
COCKTAILS

MON-FRI.
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Music By The Phase III Duo

Tuesdays . . . 8 p.m. ."OLD MEXICO NIGHT"
Wednesdays 8 p.m. ."1.ADIES NIGHT"

1/2 Price On Ladies Drinks

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