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June 15, 1984 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-15

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34 Friday, June 15, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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PINE HILLS

Restaurant

(Formerly Honey Tree)
ORCHARD LAKE RD. BET. 12 & 13 MILE • Farmington Hills • 851-1310

Mon.-Fri. open 7 a.m., Sat. & Sun. 9 a.m.

THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
INCLUDING GOURMET DINING
•AT POPULAR PRICES!!!

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Live Piano Entertainment Tues.-Sat. Mites

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Applegate to host annual
`Art in the Square' art fair

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This rahu and porcelain pot by ceramicist Hannelore
Fasciszewski will be among the items to be displayed at the
sixth annual "Art in the Square" art fair.

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Fifty-five artists from
Michigan, Illinois and New
Mexico will exhibit and sell
their works at the sixth an-
nual art fair at Applegate
Square, "Art in the Square,"
June 23 and 24.
Glass blowers, painters,
paper makers, ceramicists,

photographers, weavers
and jewelers will be among
the artists displaying their
works.
Hours for the art fair are
10 a.m.-5 p.m. June 23 and
noon-5 p.m. June 24. The
public is invited free of
charge.

W. German court upholds
rulings on 7 neo-Nazis

Paris (JTA) — A federal Austrian-born Hermine
court in Karlsruhe, West Braunsteiner-Ryan, had
Germany, has dismissed the been sentenced in Duessel-
appeals of seven former SS dorf to life imprisonment.
officials who served in the The six others, five men and
concentration and death a woman, had been sen-
camp of Maidanek, and had tenced to prison terms rang-
been sentenced to various ing from three to 12 years.
prison terms for murder, or
In a related development,
complicity in murder.
two neo-Nazis, just extra-
The sentences against the dited from England; were
seven officials had been ordered held in custody
pronounced by a Duessel- Sunday by the same
dorf court in 1981 following Karlsruhe judge.
a five-year trial that at-
The accused, Walter
tracted much public atten- Kexel and Ulrich Tillmann,
tion in West Germany and spent 11 months in a British
abroad. The late Moshe jail before they were extra-
Dayan, then the Israeli dited to stand trial in West
Foreign Minister, had pro- Germany for politically
tested against the sen- motivated acts of violence.
tences, which in his opinion They are charged with par-
were too mild. Several of the ticipation in a series of
initial 15 defendants had bomb attacks on residential
been cleared for lack of evi- quaiters of American serv-
dence, and others have died ice personnel in the autumn
since the first trial began.
of 1982.
The most prominent SS
Meanwhile, students and
official who appealed, the faculty at Marburg Univer-
sity protested to the univer-
sity authorities Sunday
over the reunion of Waffen
WSU Alumni
SS veterans at a hostel
plan outing
owned by the university in
Walsertal, near the town of
The Wayne State Univer- Hirschegg.
sity Alumni Association
About 100 former officers
will sponsor a moonlight of the SS "Heinrich Him-
cruise aboard the Boblo boat mler" tank battalion and
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. their families are currently
Alumni, students and ensconced in the hostel
friends of the university are which is normally used for
invited.
seminars and as a vacation
There is a charge for tic- resort for university em-
kets and a student rate will ployees. There have been no
be available for those eligi- public demonstrations but
ble. For information or to students are circulating
make reservations, call leaflets calling for a mass
Alumni House, 577-2161.
protest rally.

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