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May 20, 1983 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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FOR TWO!

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MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

Expires 5/31/83

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Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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the
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1 1:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

VISIT McFROCK'S SUNDAYS

ORDER PIZZA & GET FREE ANTIPASTO
KIDS RECEIVE VIDEO GAME PLAY

LUNCH & DINNER FOR 2

(back by popular request)

• Veal Francesco
• Veal Piccanti
• Veal Parmesan
• Veal Scaloppini
Fresh Fish Of The Day

LUNCH $11

per Couple

DINNER $21

per Couple

Includes Complimentary Glass of Wine

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Senior Citizens 10% Off At All Times

Not applicable to Lunch & Dinners For Two

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FOR
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"FRENCH CONNECTION"

lb. Hamburger on French
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1 /3

$ 395

Please Present This Ad

Moral Choice Presented
by Symbols of Shavuot

By RABBI MARC
TANENBAUM

A Seven Arts Feature

Mt. Sinai and the desert.
Mt. Sinai represents the
height at which the law of
Justice and moral authority
were uniquely experienced
by the entire Jewish people.
The desert speaks of moral
desolation which issues
from lawlessness.
These symbols of the
mountain-top and the
desert-wastelands figure
prominently in the obser-
vance of Shavuot, the Feast
of Weeks of Pentecost,
which the Jewish people ob-
served this week.
Originally an agricul-
tural festival of the harvest
season in Palestine,
Shavuot assumed great
spiritual significance
through its celebration of
the giving of the Ten Com-
mandments at Mt. Sinai.
The rabbis speak of
Shavuot as the concluding
festival to Passover. The
physical freedom achieved
at Passover became hu-
manly meaningful through
the spiritual freedom

I 'Since

Arts Festival
Slated in HW

Huntington Woods will
have its festival of the vis-
ual and performing arts
Saturday and Sunday at the
Huntington Woods Recrea-
tion Center.
At 9 p.m. Saturday, the
Bugs Beddow jazz ensemble
will entertain along with
Jonathon Round and his
Detroit Times Theater Co.,
At 4 p.m. Sunday, Phil
Marcus Esser and Barbara
Bredius will sing selections
from their show, "Hotel
Brel." Michael Irish will
play bluebgrass music at
2:30 p.m.
Graphic arts, paintings
and photography also will
be exhibited.

* * *

Huntington Woods Li-
brary will have a used book
sale 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday.
Donations of used books are
being accepted.
For pickup, call Bob
Jackson, 546-7206; or
Eugene Steinberger, 542-
0618.

Luigi Luzatto was an Ita-
lian Jewish statesman who
served as premier of Italy
from 1909 to 1911.

COUPON

AND PIZZA

realized as a result of the
acceptance of the moral law
by Israel.

Every human society
requires law and a moral
commitment to respect
the law as the foundation
of civilized life. The no-
tion that true religion and
morality are a matter of
private conscience or
good feelings alone and
that law, discipline and
standards are a burden
ultimately contribute to
anarchy.

That anti-law mentality
which has existed for so long
among some salvation cults
as well as among revolu-
tionaries may well explain
the growing spread of law-
lessness, crime and ter-
rorism in the world today.
When the Jews recite the
120 words of the Decalogue
on Shavuot, they are in fact
calling prophetically for a
return to a society in which
respect for moral law is the
surest guarantee for all
human liberties. Choose the
heights of Mt. Sinai, turn
away from the moral desert.

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Mishler issued on order
formalizing the agreement
reached in discussion before
his bench by attorneys for
the school district and
COLPA attorneys.
Rabbi Howard Wolk,
rabbi of the Young Israel
of Patchogue, initiated
the legal action after he
was informed, a month
ago about the Shavuot
election scheduling. He
wrote to Henry Read,
superintendent of the
school district, asking
that some action be taken
to enable him to exercise
his franchise.
Wolk noted in his letter
that a similar situation had
arisen several years before
that and at that time he had
been unable to vote. To pre-
vent a similar occurrence,
he had sent to school district
officials a 20-year calendar
listing the dates of Jewish
religious festivals.



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DINING ROOM, CARRY OUT OR DELIVERY
MON.-THURS. 11 a.m.-1 2 Mid.

DINNER

Jews Avoid Shavuot Vote

UNIONDALE, N.Y.
(JTA) — Agreement was
reached Monday in Federal
District Court here that a
group of Jewish voters in
the Patchogue-Medford
Union Free School District
in Long Island could vote
Tuesday in a school board
election after the school
board rejected a protest over
the scheduling of the elec-
tion on Wednesday, the first
day of Shavuot.
Dennis Rapps, executive
director of the National
Jewish Commission on Law
and Public Affairs
(COLPA), said Judge Jacob

1959

Friday, May 20, 1983 37

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Kitchen open ti1,12 mid. Sun.-Thurs. til 1 a.m. Fri, & Sat.

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EARLY BIRD SPECIALS

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SUNDAY
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BRUNCH
9 5 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. $0 95 Children
$6 Adults under 10

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