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November 25, 1983 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-25

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THE

DOMINICO'S

FAMILY RESTAURANT
2859 COOLIDGE, 2 Blks. S. of 12 Mile 541-7670

CHARLES
ROWLAND

PIANO & VOCAL STYLIST
THURS.-SAT. 8:30-1 a.m.
SUN. 7-11:30 p.m.

I PLUS DOMINICO'S FAMOUS ITALIAN-AMERICAN DISHES

• Baby Frog Legs • Baby Perch
• Red Snapper
• Cottage Fries

• Dover Sole

• Turtle Soup

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

• COCKTAILS

Beau jacks

Serving GREAT FOOD AND COCKTAILS
AT MODERATE PRICES

NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

FROM 4 p.m.

OPEN 7 DAYS . . . MON.-THURS. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. TH. 12 Mid., SUN. FROM 4 P.M.

• LUNCHES • DINNERS • AFTER THEATER SNACKS & SANDWICHES

COCKTAILS TIL 2 a.m.

Your Hosts: JACK & GARY COCHRAN
4108 W. MAPLE RD..
626-2630
1 EILK. WEST OF TELEGRAPH

PHOENIX

RESTAURANT
542-2199

23041 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE

SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL

20

60 OR OVER

COIFLEFTEADINLERS

7 DAYS A WEEK - 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

FRIDAY SPECIAL

FISH
& CHIPS
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
WITH SALAD, BREAD & BUTTER

$fl 95

II.

No
Carry-Out

OPEN 7 DAYS — MON.-FRI. 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m.
SAT. 7 a.m.-9 p.m. SUN. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

SUPER SPECIALS • BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

7 DELI-RESTAURANT
COUNTRY CORNER MALL

30770 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
lust South of 13 Mile 647-7037

DINNER FOR 2

MIX OR MATCH ANY ENTREE

(excluding strip steak)

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD,
ENTREE, POT., HOT VEG.,
BREAD & BUTTER,
COFFEE OR TEA

$895

FOR
TWO!

PLUS OUR FABULOUS SPECIALS

From 3 p.m. Daily, All Day Sat. & Sun.

"INFLATION FIGHTER"

Any 'Old Favorite Sandwich,'
Soup or Juice, Potato Salad or
Cole Slaw and Beverage

$ 395

"FRENCH CONNECTION"

1 /3 lb. Hamburger on French

Bread, Soup or Juice, French
Fries, Cole Slaw and Beverage.

$ 395

Friday, November 25,1%3 55

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

United Synagogue Convention
Calls for Religious Pluralism

KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.
(JTA) — Action against
anti-Semitic incidents at
home, solidarity on behalf of
Jews persecuted in the
Soviet Union and a call for
religious pluralism in Israel
were endorsed by some
2,000 delegates from 900
Conservative Jewish con-
gregations in the U.S. and
Canada, attending the
biennial convention of the
United Synagogue of
America last week.
It marked the 70th an-
niversary of the founding of
the United Synagogue, the
congregational branch of
the Conservative move-
ment.
Marshall Wolke, of
Chicago, who was re-elected
president of the United
Synagogue, said the dele-
gates reaffirmed their
"commitment to the state of
Israel and its people." They
also expressed their vigor-
ous opposition "to demands
by extremist elements
within Orthodox Judaism
that Israel revise its Law of
Return so as to deny the val-
idity of conversions by Con-
servative rabbis," he said.
"Diversity of opinion
and religious expression
has been an historic fea-
ture of Judaism" and
"Jewish religious
pluralism" must be up-
held in Israel, the con-
vention stated in its re-
solutions.
Rabbi Benjamin Kreit-
man, executive vice presi-
dent of the United
Synagogue, noted that the
delegates expressed their
opposition to "current ef-
forts to reintroduce religi-
ous observance, prayer and
celebration of religious
holidays in the public
schools of the United
States" and opposed "tui-
tion tax credits for private
schools."
The convention con-
demned recurring "anti-
Semitic incidents of shame-
ful desecration of
synagogues and other
houses of worship by hate
groups in the United States
bent on violating commun-
ity harmony and risking a
breakdown of law and or-
der."
The delegates charged
"the leadership of the Soviet
Union with fanning the
flames of anti-Semitism."
They called for the "opening
in Russia of the gates of
emigration" to the hun-
dreds of thousands "of our
Jewish brothers and sisters
who seek freedom to prac-
tice the faith of our fathers,
preserve Jewish culture and
teach the Hebrew lan-
guage."
Rabbi Robert Gordis
told the convention that
the decision to admit
women to the move-
ment's rabbinical school
would "bring into our
ranks a very necessary
source of idealism and
loyalty and human
energy for the great tasks
that confront us."
The Faculty Senate of the
Jewish Theological Semi-

nary of America, voted on
Oct. 24 to admit women to
the seminary's rabbinical
school, ending years of de-
bate in the Conservative
movement on the issue.

Family Dining

Judaism may be changed
at will as one chooses, nor
do we believe that
Judaism has remained
unchangeable, monolith-
ic and seamless for all
time."
He asserted that when
"tradition is confronted by
new conditions, new religi-
ous insights, new ethical
understanding, there is in-
teraction which results in
growth."

21411 SOUTHFIELD (N. if 11 Nile)
559-1091

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

7 a.m. to
11 a.m.

$1.79

• 2 Eggs (any style)
Rabbi Gordis cited that
• 3 Strips of Bacon or
action in predicting that
• 3 Links of Sausage
"the historian of the future
• Potatoes, Toast & Jelly
will regard the women's re-
1.0PB1 1 DAYS — a.m.-1- 0
volution as the single most
important event that took
LUNCH & DINNER
place in our time, affecting
SPECIALS
not only 50 percent of the
human race but indirectly
FROM $ 3.
Before honor goes humil-
the rest." But he added that
INCLUDES: SOUP, POT., VEG.
"when the ordination of ity.
BREAD & BUTTER
—Bible
women" in the Conserva-
tive movement "ultimately
comes into practice, it will
not revolutionize Conserva-
tive Judaism."
Gordis cited Pope John
Paul's plea last week to sci-
entists not to engage in re-
search leading to nuclear
destruction and added:
"There was a time when the
For Lunch and Dinner
voices of prophets re-
sounded throughout the
Weekdays 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
world. We may not be
Weeknights & Saturdays 6 to 10:30 p.m.
prophets but we are the de-
scendants of prophets and
we should take our place in
— Complimentary Valet Parking —
the ranks of those who are
dedicated to the cause of
CALL 569-4747 for reservations
peace and social justice."
Gordis discussed the
differences between
Conservative Judaism
and Reform and Or-
thodox Judaism. He said,
Smithfield, MI 48015
164001.1. • Hudson Dr.
"we refuse to believe that

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