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February 24, 1989 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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I LISTENING POST I

Following World War II, Klaus Barbie
The Butcher of Lyons" — was knowingly
aided and sheltered by many nations,
including the United States. Now, award-
winning filmmaker Marcel Ophuls hunts
down and discovers — the astonishing,
true story of Barbie's forty-year-long escape
from justice.

"Breathtaking. A great film by a
filmmaker unlike any other."

Vincent Canby, The New York Times

"A riveting whodunit. It's time to
start awarding Nobel Prizes for
filmmaking. This is a great film."



Jack Kroll, Newsweek

"This is not a movie about
history. It is history."

Mike Clark, USA Today

1989 Academy Award Nominee
Winner of the International Critics' Prize, 1988 Cannes Film Festival

A Film by MARCEL OPHULS

HOTEL
TERMINUS

The Life and Times of
KLAUS BARBIE

Chief

THE SAMUEL GOLDWYN COMPANY presents
HOTEL TERMINUS: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KLAUS BARBIE
A Presentation of JOHN S. FRIEDMAN with HAMILTON FISH
Editors ALBERT JURGENSON and CATHERINE ZINS Associate Producer BERNARD FARREL
ExecUtive ProHucers JOHN S. FRIEDMAN, HAMILTON FISH, and PETER KOVLER
Directed and Produced by MARCEL OPHULS

Premieres March 3 exclusively at The Detroit Institute of Arts.
Tickets are available by using the order blank below.
For further information, phone the DIA Ticket Office at 832-2730.

please send me tick;ts

qt

$5.00 each for the following performance(s):

.ticket(s) for Friday, March 3 at 7:00 p.m.

I enclose

ticket(s) for Saturday, March 4 at 7:00 p.m.

I enclose _

ticket(s) for Sunday, March 5 at 12:00 noon.

I enclose

ticket(s) for Sunday, March 5 at 6:00 p.m.

I enclose

ticket(s) for Friday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m.

I enclose

ticket(s) for Saturday, March 11 at 7:00 p.m.

I enclose

ticket(s) for Sunday, March 12 at 12:00 noon.

I enclose

ticket(s) for Sunday, March 12 at 6:00 p.m.

I enclose

Clip and mail this order form together with a check made
out to D.I.A. Ticket Office and a stamped, self-addressed
envelope to: Ticket Office, The Detroit Institute of Arts,
5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48202

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1989

Little Kick In Your Life
May Help Save It Too

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

H

is name is Charlie
. . . and a real like-
able guy . . . But don't
ruffle Charlie's feathers .. .
He's a very personable, nice
guy and one tough dude when
necessary.
There's a 1,400-square-foot
building near Sweet Lor-
raine's Cafe on Greenfield
north of 12 Mile where
Charlie Franklin's Atlas Mar-
tial Arts and Fitness Center
shows folks how to stay in
shape . . . and protect
themselves.
Senior citizens are not put
in the same classes with
younger people . . . and learn
how to use sticks and canes as
weapons . . . plus escape and
other techniques of
protection.
Children 6 to 13 have their
own classes, too, as Charlie
goes about teaching martial
arts on the thick carpeting
where everyone is also taught
how to absorb falls.
Charlie has been teaching
martial arts since 1976 .. .
Most of prior to 1988 in Korea
and parts around this country
. . . After service, he taught in
a Korean martial arts school
on the northwest side, then
went into individual self-
training and in business for
himself.
Even his powerobics classes
using weights to shape
bodies, define muscles, burn
fat and improve cardio-
vascular systems have been
acclaimed.
"Young people can kick
high toward another person's
neck," says Charlie. "Senior
citizens can kick low and
achieve great results too.
They also gain everyday self-
defense techniques." . . . For
children starting out, says
Charlie, there's nothing bet-
ter in physical education.
Glad Charlie Franklin is on
our side.
WHEREVER THEY are
today, betcha our late uncles,
Sam Raskin and Emil Raskin
will have something to say
about the calibre and number
of candidates in the class this
year being named after me by
Knights of Pythias, Detroit
Lodge 55 . . . Uncle Sam was
a past grand chancellor for
the state of Michigan, and
Uncle Emil past chancellor of
the lodge . . . both very highly
respected and honored
members of an era many hope
will return in the lodge.
three-time
Being
a
chancellor of the lodge was

wonderful, but this will be
even better . . . especially if a
good bunch of guys are sworn
in for their names to be on the
plaque.

Knights of Pythias does ex-
cellent work . . . helping the
needy, unfortunate, handicap-
ped, etc. . . . plus doing its bit
for so many charitable causes.
I can see them now in their
tuxedos . . . Uncle Sam as an
eloquent speaker and firm
robust leader; Uncle Emil as
the exacting parliamentarian
. . . You're darned tootin'
they'll be there . . . For more
info on the class call Frank
Selman, 543-7287, or Bernard
"B.B." Bolton, 569-4292.
CONGRATS . to Harriet
and Fred Cohen of Phoenix,
Ariz. . . . on their 50th an-
niversary . . . to Sharon
Kramer . . . on her birthday
. . . to Louis and Ethel Light
of Boca Raton, Fla. . . . on
their 35th anniversary and to
Louis . . . on his birthday the
same day.

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ONLY SIX YEARS AGO,

established in 1983, Young
Variety Club of Detroit
already numbers over 150
members in the 18-35 age
bracket.
It's Night of Temptation big-
gie is March 6, 8 p.m. at the
Royal Oak Music Theatre on
Main St. . . . Motown's great
gold records group, The Temp-
tations, will sing their
wonderful song stylings .. .
and Ortheia Barnes will also
warble her good stuff . . . Ad-
mission of $25 goes toward
Young variety Club's funding
of numerable children's
charities . . . For more info
and tickets, call barrister Eric
Clark, 533-7188 or 540-0095.

--1

WELL, IT'S FINALLY

about time . . . people being
educated newspaperwide
about Masonry instead of•the
ageless tradition of talking
about it only with another
mason . . . Perfection Lodge
486 F. & A.M. has promo-
tional messages telling what
the masons are, and most im-
portantly, that it is absolute-
ly not a secret society .. .
Perfection gents to call for in-
fo are Dan Datow, P.M.
353-2981 or 836-3535 days,
and Robert Leach, P.M.,
967-4115.

.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
. . . by barrister Barry
Solomon . ."The most
dangerous weapon is a pick in
the hands of a vicious dental
hygienist."
REUNION DEPT. .
Cass Tech class of '69 on
lookout for grads . . . Call Lin-
da Martin 8 to 5, 370-7219.

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