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December 23, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

There are some sluggish
men who are improved by
drinking, as there are

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fruits that are not good until
they are rotten.
—Samuel Johnson





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- DIIMER THEATRE

detroit's Original dinner theatre
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A Myitery Comedy by
Jack Weinstock & Willie Gilbert
• • •
"CATCH ME IF YOU CAN"
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Starring

AirTIZICP3 Jimmy Launce PROductions, Inc.

presents

Performances: Wed. Mat. noon -
Group Rates & Performances Available
Fri & Sat. Cocktails 7pm &
Dinner 7:30pm
Show 8:45pm

JIMMY LAUNCE

Reservations: 643-8865

Somerset Mall-Troy

EVERYDAY DINNER SPECIALS

HOMEMADE SlV iFeaft
v
a 5
CABBAGE
BROILED LIVER & ONIONS
BREAST OF TURKEY
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE

$ 39 9

BRAISED SHORT RIBS

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

FRIED KREPLACH & KISHKE

$499

BROILED FILET OF SOLE

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR SALAD,
VEGETABLE, POTATO AND BEVERAGE

WEEKEND SPECIAL
SMOKED WHITEFISH OR SABLE
PLATTER FOR (1)
$499
WE BAKE (8) VARIETIES OF OUR

FAMOUS 4 oz. BAGELS!!

OPEN 7 DAYS
7 a.m.-8 p.m.

19471 W. 10 MILE

1 Block East of Evergreen

TENTAURANP

352-7060

Stephan Becharas

r/ r

cie/?Krir
19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Blk. E. of Evergreen)
352-7466 -
6638 TELEGRAPH & MAPLE (Bloomfield Plaza)

851-0313
DIFFERENT DINNER SPECIALS

EVERY EVENING

7 DAYS A WEEK
We Feature:
• Low Prices
• High Quality
• A-1 Cleanliness
• Gracious Dining
• Excellent Service

.

YES, THERE IS
A 'DIFFERENCE
AND IT IS AT
THE GALLERY
RESTAURANT
, • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

ALEXANDER'S
13400 W. 9 MILE & COOLIDGE

Boris Smolar's

`Between You

and Me'

OPEN 7 DAYS

DAILY LUNCH &
DINNER SPECIALS .

Editor-in-Chief
Emeritus, JTA

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)
COMMUNAL PROBLEMS: Wife abuse is becoming

a serious issue for Americans, including Jews. The issue is
high on the social agenda. The American Jewish Commit-
tee is engaged in studying the growing problem of spouse
abuse among Jews. The New York Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies tackled the issue at an all-day conference of
its Task Force on Marriage and Divorce, and gave a grant of
$250,000 to a YM-YWHA which opened three years ago a
shelter for battered Jewish women.
American Jews are just beginning to recognize the
extent of spouse abuse in their own midst. But there is still,
a great deal of reluctance to deal openly with the issue. It is
feared that open discussion of this subject may damage the
widely-accepted cultural perception that Jews enjoy a
stable family life.
The extent of wife abuse is hard to estimate. Fear and
shame prevent many Jewish women from reporting their
cases and from seeking help. This, despite the fact that
every state considers spouse abuse a crime, and the federal
government, until recent budget cuts, funded local projects
to curb family violence.
There is no statistical information on the various forms
of wife abuse among Jews. But researchers and family
service professionals assert that the problem mirrors the
situation in society as a whole. The National Institute of
Mental Health estimates that frequent physical abuse is in
almost one-third of the families in the country. Social wel-
fare agencies point at a jump in the incidence of reported
spouse abuse. A survey conducted by the Family Service
Association of America found that 74 percent of its member
agencies registered increases in family violence.

Hebrew U. Given $1 Million
to House Science Collections

NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr.
Sidney Edelstein, pioneer
industrial chemist, noted
historian, scholar and
philanthropist, has con-
tributed $1 million for a
center at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem which
will house several major col-
lections of scientific books
and manuscripts, including
Albert Einstein's personal
archives, it was announced
by the American Friends of
the Hebrew University
(AFHU).
The Einstein. collection
comprises some 45,000
documents from the scien-
tist's archives, including
some 30 unpublished scien-
tific manuscripts and a vast
amount of correspondence
with the century's leading
scientists and public per-
sonalities. Einstein left the
collection to the university
in his will.

The center will also
provide a home for Edels-
tein's own collection —
considered one of the
world's most important
— of books and manu-
scripts concerning the
history of chemistry, al-
chemy, dyeing and re-

Winter Softball
Tourney Slated

Radio station WABX
and the Pabst Brewing Co.
will sponsor a "sno-ball
softball" tournament Jan.
28-29 at Bi-Centennial
Park in Livonia. Proceeds
from the event will be given
to the Southeast Michigan
chapter of the March of Di-
mes.
For information on the
tournament, contact the
March of Dimes office, 423-
3200.

Friday, December 23, 1983 33

lated sciences. He gave
the collection to the He-
brew University in 1976.

Edelstein, the president
of the Dexter Chemical
Corp. of New York City, is a
pioneer in the chemistry of
dyeing and textiles.

11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

FROM x 2.95

95' EXTRA INCLUDES:
SOUP, VEG., COFFEE OR TEA OR 1 SOFT
DRINK OR 11401 CHOCOLATE AND DESSERT

FREE
POPCORN

Fine

542-4414

Mon. Thru Sat. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

1 DAILY BREAKFAST SPECIALS

7 DAYS A WEEK
MON-FRI 7 am-11 am, SAT & SUN 7 am-2 pm

From

2 EGGS,
TOAST &
COFFEE

$1.25

1.15 to 2.95
WAFFLE
AND
COFFEE

$1.95

HARRY'S

Family Dining Restaurant

15600 W. 10 MILE RD. AT GREENFIELD (New Orleans Mall)

559-5080

20% OFF

ALL DINNERS 7 DAYS A WEEK

WITH THIS COUPON
• Except Specials
• Expires 12/30/83

TUES. & SUN. 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BUFFET
12 DIFFERENT HOT ITEMS .PLUS
SOUP & SALAD BAR
$695per ,

FRIDAY HOMEMADE LUNCHEON SPECIALS 11-3
MACARONI & CHEESE
. $3.50
SALMON PATTIE
$4.25
PICKLED FISH & SOUP
• $4.50 _
SATURDAY SPECIAL

HOMEMADE CHOLENT &

SHORT RIBS, POTATOES, BEANS, BARLEY
, INCLUDES SOUP & SALAD BAR

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"OH, WHAT A NIGHT!"

The NORTHFIELD HILTON Has PLANS For You On

New Year's Eve!

PLAN 1 —GRAND BALLROOM I
$145.00 per couple

• 8 p.m. Cocktail Party (with hot hors d'oeuvres)
• Cash Bar
• 4-Course Prime Rib Dinner at 9 p.m. with a com-
plimentary bottle of champagne (tax & tip
included)
• Dinner Show Featuring Paul Locrichio
• Dancing until 2 a.m.
• Party hats and noisemakers
• Deluxe Saturday Night Accommodations
• Sunday Buffet Brunch (including one
Bloody Mary or Screwdriver per person.
Tax & Tip included)
• Heated indoor pool and saunas
• Color TVs in room or lounge to watch
New Year's Day football games
• Plenty of FREE Parking
• Late 6 p.m. Check-Out

I PLAN 2 — GRAND BALLROOM!
$99 per couple

The same as Plan 1 minus overnight accommodations
and brunch.

(PLAN 3 — HURLEY'S LOUNGE'
$75 per couple












Party from 9 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.
Live Top 40 entertainment with "Hot Ice"
Dancing
Party Favors and Hats
Champagne toast at midnight
Continental Breakfast
Cash Bar
Deluxe Saturday Night Accommodations
Late 6 p.m. Check-Out
Tax & Tip included

PLAN 4 — HURLEY'S LOUNGE'
$30 per couple

The same as Plan 3 minus accommodations.

You Must Be 21. Additional Night's
Stay is $19.84 per person, double
occupancy, with any package.

CALL 819-2100- FOR RESERVATIONS

Deposit required. Balance due by December 29, 1983.
Major credit cards accepted.

NORTHFIELD HILTON

8500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75 • Troy, Michigan 48098

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