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July 24, 1970 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-24

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Young Adults Seeking Greater Role as Decision Makers

STARLIGHT, Pa. (JTA)—Char-
acterizing present-day Jewish com-
munity leadership as "mostly
middle - aged," the Bnai Brith
Young Adults' international con-
vention called for "more balanced
and more democratic representa-
tion on Jewish decision-making

bodies in the United States and
Canada."
Bnai Brith Young Adults is the
18-to-29-year-old membership com-
ponent of the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization.
The statement, approved by the
delegates to the 25th annual meet-
ing praised the "priceless con-
tributions of older leaders," but
contended that rapid social and
cultural change now requires
greatly accelerated admission of
youth to councils and . committees
of the Jewish community "from
top to bottom."
It noted that, "Over-representa-
tion of business and professional
leaders of deservedly high repute
produces too many programs that
lack basic appeal to the largest
segment of the population — the
youth."
The young adults also urged
"trans-generational communica-
tion" as a theme for the Jewish
year of 5731. Noting that the
High Holy. Days are "tradition-
ally a time for spiritual reflec-
tion," the statement proposed
they be devoted this year to
"extensive analysis and discus-
sion of the possibility of re-

Animal Farm at Fair

Youngsters attending the 1970
Michigan State Fair, Aug. 29-Sept.
7, will have a first-hand oppor-
tunity to get acquainted with farm
animals, how they eat and how
they feel, in the Kiddieland section
of the Fairgrounds.

Kiddieland has been expanded
this year. A number of new "um-
brella rides" have been added—
miniature cars, boats and motor-
cycles taking the children for a
jaunt under huge matching um-
brellas. There also will be a small
tilt-a-whirl, a merry-go-round, and
even a small version' of the you-
drive-'em cars.

In the animal petting area, a
number of tame young farm ani-
mals will provide fun at no ad-
mission charge.

MOVIE GUIDE

BLOOMFIELD

W

FOX

VJ'ward 2 blks. S. 15 Mi.

GEO. C. SCOTT

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494

MI 4-6006

IS

2nd Big Week Held Over!!
How powerful is pot?

"PATTON" (GP)

With Kar! Malden as
General Bradley
Matinee WED. at 2:00
MON. thru THURS. EVE. at 8:00. FRI.
EVE. at 6:30, 10:05. SAT. at 2:00, 6:30,
10:05. SUN. 12:30, 4:30, 8:30.

"WALK THE WALK"

In Color
Story of today's drug revolution
Plus John Wayne

Academy Award Winner

"HEU.FIGHTERS"

CAMELOT

EVERY WED. LADIES DAY

W. tioarresnal lo rier Road

All Walt Disney

"THE BOATNIKS"

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AMERICANA

44,4 7e6. Greenfi=lgi

At Popular Prices Howl
Barbra Streisand

"HELLO

In

en54, 6 3 30
s.or
. , 2 fd.ar V eE
On P bir

Academy Award Winner
Gig Young
Best Supporting Actress
Jane Fonda in

"CATCH-22" (R)

With Alan Arkin
FRI. 7:10, 9:35, 12:00 midnight. SAT.
12:10, 2:30, 4:30 EVE. 7:00, 9:30, 12:00
midnight. SUN. 2:30, 4:30 EVE. 7:00,
9:30. MON., TUES., THURS. 7:00, 9:30.

12 Mile-Coolidge, LI 2-0330

Jane Fonda, Gig Young

"THEY SHOOT HORSES,
DON'T THEY?"

WK. NIGHTS 8:35 only. FRI., SAT. EVE.

10:25. SUN. 1:45, 5:10, 8:30. •
Plus Woody Allen Comedy

"TAKE THE MONEY & RUN"

WK. NIGHTS 7:05, 10:35. FRI. & SAT.
EVE. 9:00 only. SAT. 3:45, 7:10, 10:35.
SAT. Matinee — All Seats
The Starts 1:25 Over 4:15

"THE GENTLE GIANT"
& "PINNOCHIO IN OUTER SPACE"

ham 43533
Birmingham Birming

Final Week
Direct from its road show engagement
Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood,
Jean Seeberg

"PAINT YOUR WAGON" (GP)

Continuous performances Sun. through
FRI. 7:00, 9:30. SAT. 2:00, 4:45, 7:30,
10:10. SUN. 2:00, 5:00, 8:00.
Starts WED.

"TOO LATE THE HERO"

the Soviet government, the Moscow
Jewish Drama Company is running
a contest for "aspiring actors-in-
"DARBY O'GILL AND
training."
The Soviet embassy in Washing-
THE LITTLE PEOPLE"
ton released a press report which
REDFORO ii.carier at prersendparRirr
stated that the company, which
Don Rickles, Donald Sutherland,
was formed eight years ago, is
Clint Eastwood in
headed by the 78-year-old veteran
"KELLY'S HEROES"
Soviet actor Vladimir Shvartser.
MON. Shur THURS. 7:15, 9:50. FRI. 5:30,
"We stage our plays in Yiddish."
8:05, 10:45. SAT. 12:15, 2:50, 5:30, 8:10,
10:50. SUN. 1:55, 4:30, 7:15, 9:55.
he was reported saying. "The com-
pany's repertoire includes two
ROYAL OAK 315 W I-IF'1 : 1 2r8t1ik 0. plays by the classic of Jewish lit-
James Stewart, Henry Fonda,
erature Sholom Aleichem: 'Tevye
Shirley Jones
"THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB" (GP) the Milkman' and Abraham Gold-
FRI. 6:05, 8:10, 10:10. SAT. 1:50, 3:50, faden's musical fairy tale 'The
6:00, 8:10, 10:15. SUN. 1:15, 3:15, 5:25, Witch.' We produced two one-act
7:25, 9:35. WK. NIGHTS 7:30, 9:30.
plays by the modern Jewish poet
RoyaLiOacaarich.
and playwright Aron Vergelis."
WASHINGTON

Limited Engagement—
Brought Back by Popular Demand
Richard Harris in

"A MAN CALLED HORSE"
FRI. 9:00 only. SAT. & SUN. 1:20, 5:10,

9:00. MON., TUES., WED., THURS., 8:35
only.
Also Steve McQueen, Sharon Farrell

"THE RIEVERS"

FRI. 7:05, 10:50. SAT., SUN. 3:15, 7:05,
10:50.
MON., TUES., WED., THURS. 6:45, 10:35.
Starts WED.
Elliott Gould In

"MASH"

Henry K. Martin

Presents

MATURE lady to share apartment.
Southfield. 647-8329. 399-8310.

NEWLY furnished air-conditioned bed-
for employed person. Kitchen
room
privileges. Blackstone Manor. 345-8590.

WANTED — Young man to share liv-
ing quarters with same. UN 4-0055.

NICE room for working woman in
Northgate Apt. Privileges. Swimming

pool. 547-6229.

NICE room for woman. Kitchen privi-
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ATTRACTIVE room with kitchen and
full house privileges. Near transporta-
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WORKING lady or man, kitchen privi-
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OAK PARK. Pleasant room. Kosher
kitchen privileges. For woman. LI 2

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for womad. Kitchen privi-
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NICE room

ZODIAC
THEATER

MILE AT NORTHWESTERN
Reservations 1 Ticket Information

12

- 358-0226

11-A—WANTED TO SHARE
LIVING QUARTERS

CAREER girl, 35, wants to share apart-
ment with same. Suburbs preferred.
862-8886.

12—EXTERMINATORS

TENANTS ELIMINATED

NICE room for gentleman in Oak
Park. References. 863-8961.

IF bugs aren't'
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transportation. LI 7-

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NICE room for woman. Kitchen privi-

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WE NEED a live-in comparilln to elderly
lady. Room, board and a good salary.
UN 4-3358 or 398-3942.

1 0-E—ROOMS

WANTED

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Park: Call 837-5037.

11 — TO SHARE LIVING QUARTERS

SHARE lower furnished 2 bedroom
apartment. Close to shopping. Mature,
kosher woman. Reasonable rent. Black-
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TO 5-7900

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

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864-0668.

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Choose from 4 different
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Open Daily 12 to 6, Sat-
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urday & Sunday 12 to 8.

y

JTHIONIA

THE

CHILDREN'S
THEATER

their apartment on Cass Lake with
young male college grad. Completely
furnished, room and board. 682-3782.

0 7
//laM

Closed Sun., Mon. & Tues.

Wed. & Thurs. 8:30 p.m.
Frl. & Sat. 8:30 p.m. & 10s30 p.m.

America's newest major ballet
company, the American Ballet
Company, is dancing six consecu-
tive evening performances at
Meadow Brook through Sunday,
6:30 p.m., in Oakland University's
Baldwin Pavilion.
The company's founder, artistic
director, chief choreographer and
principal dancer, Eliot Feld, is
presenting eight new ballets, six
of them choreographed by him.
Although they are classic in style,
the choreography suggests paral-
lels with the work of the young
Jerome Robbins.
The American Ballet Company
is making its Meadow Brook debut
and its third appearance outside
of New York. The company just
closed a successful engagement at
Stanford University in California.
Tickets are available at Hud-
son's, Grinnell's and the Meadow
Brook Festival box office. For
information, call Meadow Brook,
962-0333 (toll-free from Detroit) or
377-2000, Ext. 2305.

service. 835-0780.

3 YOUNG male teachers wish to share



Hit Comedy Revue
Associate Producer Gene Rosenberg

Tues. thru Thurs. 8:30 p.m. — Fri. 8:30 & 10:30 p.m.

Eliot Feld's Ballet Troupe
Dances at Meadow Brook

LOOKING for a roomate? Call Nancy
Compatibles. A new roommate locating

E
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"BAG IT

"Wild Pecos Bill"

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Accord-
ing to the Novosti press agency,

11—TO SHARE LIVING QUARTERS

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

NICE room. Greenfield-7 Mile. Work-
ipg woman. Kitchen privileges. 342-7298.

Plus

"CHARLIE"

Tickets At Door $1

Soviet Jewish Drama
Group Seeks Actors

CALL 356-8400

Held Over

Cliff Roberston In

3 p.m.

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—Naum
Froldnian, 43-year-old first violin
ist of the Moscow Philharmonic
Orchestra, remained here to seek
asylum after the orchestra left
Sunday.
The Jewish musician cited per-
secution of Russian Jews as his
reason for seeking asylum.
The matter is being studied by
the interior ministry. While the
orchestra was here, the Dele-
gacion de Asociaciones Israelitas
Argentinas (DATA), the major
Argentine Jewish organization
and an affiliate of the World
Jewish Congress, wrote each mu-
sician expressing deep concern
over repression of Soviet Jews,
the denial of emigration rights
and the USSR's official anti-
Israel and anti-Zionist campaign.
The DATA noted that Argen-
tina's 500,000 Jews enjoy full
religious, social and cultural
rights and freedom of emigration.

Liners and display classified ads accepted from
responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
2 p.m. Wednesday. For rates and information .. .

"THE BOATNIKS"

NIGHTS 7:00, 10:50. SAT. 7:00,
10:50. SUN. 2:15, 6:05, 10:00.
Entertainment & Metro
Coupons Accepted

Every Sat. & Sun.
through Aug. 2
Sat. 11 amt. & 1
p.m. Sun. 1 p.m. &

Moscow Violinist
Seeks Asylum

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

MAIN, ROYAL OAK mal f,1.011150M". the overseas propaganda arm of
Walt Disney Program

"THEY SHOOT HORSES,
DON'T THEY"

7:00,

Exclusive Michigan Engagement

WED. 12:10, 2:30 EVE. 7:00, 9:30.

WK. NIGHTS 8:50 only. SAT. 5:00, 8:50.
SUN. 4:05, 8:00.

BERKLEY

at Farmington Rd.

GA 7-nano & KE 4-640o

Thurs. 1:15, 8:15. FRI. 1:15,
7:15, 10:00. SAT. 1:15, 4:15, 7:00, 10:00.
SUN. 2:00, 5:15, 8:15.

WK.

Plymouth Rd.

MAI KAI

DOLLY"

Mon. thru

ATLAS

EVERY DAY shown at 1:15, 3:35, 5:45,
7:45, 9:45.
Plus Kartoons

shaping Jewish institutions in
harmony with contemporary
social developments, especially
with regard to a new, more
active community role of Jewish
youth."
In a message to the convention,
Dr. Max F. Baer, national director
of the Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
tion, called for efforts to foster
recognition of the link between
contemporary social action and the
Jewish religious and cultural tra-
dition.
The convention concluded the
weekend by urging President
Nixon and Congress to act swiftly
to make military material avail-
able to Israel to counteract the
new threat of Soviet missile bases
in Egypt.
Other resolutions advocated
liberalization of abortion laws and
of birth control laws in the United
States and Canada.

Friday, July 24, 1970-39

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