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October 01, 1971 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-01

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MOVIE
GUIDE

AJCongress, Synagogue Council Come
to Aid of Amish on Education. Issue

-41%, WASHINGTON—The American school and age 14. when it is pro-
Jewish Congress and the Syna- hibited by their religious convic-
gogue Council of America have tions. .
asked the U.S. Supreme Court to
In,a friend-of-the-court brief, the
uphold the right of Amish patents AJC and the six major Ameri-
to refuse compulsory education for can rabbinical and congregational
their children beyond elementary bodies in the Synagogue Council
said the state of Wisconsin had
shown no "compelling state inter-
est" to justify infringement upon
the freedom of conscience of Older
Order Amish parents and children
in that state.
The brief was filed in three
cases the Supreme Court will hear
in its October term. It asked the
high court to affirm the ruling of
the Wisconsin Supreme Court in
favor of the Amish parents.
to take his charming
In their brief, the Jewish or-
wife to dinner
ganizations acknowledged that in
deciding between religious free-
at the
dom and compulsory education,
the court would have to "resolve
a clash of competing interests,
I all occupying high levels in our
democratic scale of values."
But the "applicable principle,"
the- Jewish organizations said,
rWVwM
should be "that the freedoms se-
cured by the First-Amendment are
SPECIAL!
-
our most precious heritage as a
EVERY WEDNESDAY _
nation."
Declaring that neither the state's
NEW ENGLAND
interest in an educated citizenry
nor its power to require attendance
CLAM BAKE
at secondary school was being
challenged, the Jewish organiza-
• STEAMED CLAMS
tions said their only assertion was
• LOBSTER
that "those whose religious convic-
With All the Trimmings
tions do not 'permit attendance
beyond the elementary school level
boNsfeire"
or attainment of the age of 14 may
Playing

not be compelled to violate their
For Your Listening
' and Dancing Pleasure
conscience by attending."
The brief stated -further:
GEORGE GENOFF TRIO
"Many Amish -parents feel that
Every Tuesday and Wednesday.
in
the view of their church exces-
and
sive contact with modern education
GOTHAM TRIO
would divert their children from
Every Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Amish religious and farm life. It is
wevoieww
quite possible thqt if all Amish
WE ARE LOCATED ON
children were compelled to attend
public schools until the age of 16,
WOODWARD AVE.
on the threshhold of both marital
at
and college life, the result would
111/2 Mile Road
be the assimilation of the Amish
youth and the consequent disap-
PLEASE PHONE
pearance of the Amish community
culture.
JO 4-6688
"Even if cultural uniformity
or
_
within the United States were a
desirable goal," the Jewish organi-
LI 1-2577
zations asserted, "the Constitution,
RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED
we submit, does not permit it to be
achieved by coercion."

FOX -.-

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2211 Woodward—WO 1.9494

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Both in Color

Every WEDNESDAY Ladles" Day
Late Show FRIDAY and SATURDAY
For Schedule Information -
Call WO 14917

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"HELLO DOLLY"

And

"THOSE-WERE THE HAPPY TIMES"

With Julie Andrews

Every Wed. Matinees 1 - S, S1

it line with the national program to support eaRogy and keep the
environment clean, the five Bonanza Sirloin Pits of metropolitan
Detroit are distributing free litter bags to customers. Beginning
Tuesday, the Bonanza Sirloin Pit at-11 Mile and Greenfield, South-
field, will give one car bag to a customer -for as long as they last,
according to Pete Riters, manager- (second from left). Checking
out the green and yellow plastic containers, which are easily hung
from any dashboard knob, are (from left) John. Maxwell, Riters,
John Foril and Ray and Bob Seghi, Bonanza's trail bosses.

ATLJLS On trIllinrhafRtelilletr"

All Color Adult Entertainment

"MASTERS DEGREE (X)

WK. DAYS 7:00, 9:30. SAT. 5:25, 7:50,
10:15. SUN. 2:49, 5:00,7:30

"THE LOVEMAKERS" (X)

WK. DAYS 3:10, 10:30. SAT. 4:10, 6:40,
9:05. SUN. 365,6:20,10:15

SUNDAY ONLY 1st Run Sneak Pre.
view of the New Adult Film in
Color at 8:45 Only.

Bar-Ilan Seeks New President -

-

"CARRY ON CAMPING" (R)

No One Under 18 Yrs. Admitted Unless
Accompanied by Parent or , Guardian
Shown FRI. at 6:40, 10:25. SAT. 2:00,
4:00, 6:00, 8:00, 10:00. SUN. 2:00, 3:30,
5:30, 4:30, 9:30. MON thru THUR.
7:00, 9:00.

Saucy Sylvia Coming

_
Saucy Sylvia Stoun, 'popular Jaaban Calls Parley -
singer of risque
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Mayor
ballads, open s
Mohamaied All Jaabari of-Hebron
Monday night at
issued a call to. West Bank and
Sneak- Preview Fri. 8:30 Only
I the Moon Supper
Gaza Strip leaders to meet to dis-
Club, 22010 Chrys-
cuss the question of local govern-
ler, between
ment for the Arabs in the admin-
Warren af Miller Road
CAMELOT'
Eight and Nine
51114040
istered areas.
Mile
Roads
in
"SUMMER OF '42" (R)
Wed. matinee 1:00 only; $1 until 5:00. Hazel Park.
Classffied-Ads Get Quick Results

Wk. nights eves. 6:25, 10:00; Sat. and
Sun 2:20, 6:10, 10:00. .

NOW APPEARING- ,

"WAIT UNTIL DARK"

EA
- BEA BENSON- _ -
"Adult Songs andComedy"

Wed. Matinee _2:40 only. Week- nights
Eves 8:15 only. Sat. and Sun. 4:10, 8:00.
Wed. $1 until 3:00

_

MAIN, ROYAL OAK AnY:_giomni

Musk for Dancing by the

.

LENNIE SCHICK QUARTET

"THE NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS"

Dancing and 2 Shows Mon. Thw Pd. 3-Shows' Sat. NO COVER CHARGE

AND

IRISIIESSINTS AND stisauswomors LUNCHES SERVED DALY FROM U AA. T0 . 4 P.M

"THE HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS"

JOE RADIAL'S

SAT. A SUN. Matinee Continuous
Performances. Open 12:30

Y01111 LOVE MOOR IN

MAI KAI

at

16139,0'IBEGRAPB,. Just South of 6 Mile

--

- "SUMMER OF '42"

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Summer of '42 H:t of '71
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VOGUE -

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"SUMMER OF '42" (R)

-

24 KARAT CLUB

Plymouth Rd.
Farmington Rd.
937.0001

Week Nights_ 6:00, 8:00, 10:00
SAT. & SUN. 2:15, 4:10, 6:00, 8:00, 10:00
WED. MATINEE 1:00- 7 41.

YUL BRYNNER ELI WALLACH JANE IRWIN is - ROMANCE OF A HORSETHIEF - swam
LAINIE KAZAN DAVID OPATOSHU SERGE GAINSBOURG introducing OLIVER TOMAS
dewed by ABRAHAM POLONSHY TECHNICOLOR' AA ALLIED ARTISTS KLEASE so
NOW- &elusively at..:

long time:" He said the presiden-
tial selection committee, which
is chaired by Prof. Saul Lieber-
man, a Bar-Ilan trustee, is expect-
ed to have a candidate by next
February. Rabbi Lookstein
dined to disclose the names of
those currently under considera-
tion.
The committee's choice must be
approved by the university's board
of trustees, Rabbi Lookstein said
Besides Prof. Lieberman, the corn-
ntittee members are Rabbi Look-
stein, Dr.i-Zerach Warhaftig, Is-
rael minister - of "religious affairs;
ancl'Dr. Menachem Zewi Kaddari,
rector..
The existence of the seamifcorn-
mittee Was learned When the JTA
was informed that Prof. Lieber-
man, who also- is the rector of
the Jewish Theological-Seminary
of America (Conservative), -is not
a member of -a.-committee recent-
ly set - up to form an Orthodox -
academic yeShivi as part of Bar-
Han.

Bar Ilan
NEW YORK (JTA)
University is searching for a presi-
dent to serve under its chancellor,
Joseph H. Lookstein.
BERKLEY -- 12 Mile-Coolidge, LI 2-0330 Rabbi
Rabbi Lookstein has confirmed
Walter Matthau in
-a report that a foul'-man-presiden-
"PLAZA SUITE" (GP)
tial selection committee was set
FRI., MON., TUES. Open 6:45
up by the university's executive
Shown 8:45 Only Sat. . Eve.
Open 6:45 Shown 7:05,10:30,
council.
SUN. Open 1:00 Shown 3:00, 6:35, 10:05
The president, Rabbi Lookstein
Plus Peter Seller Comedy
LOVE YOU ALICE B. TOKLAS" (X) said, would live in Israel and be
in charge "on the spot" of the
FRI., MON., . TUES., 7:05, 10:30
SAT. EVE. 8:55 only SUN. 1:25, 4:55, school's affairs. Rabbi Lookstein,
8:30.
who is spiritual leader of Congre-
Sat. Children's Matinee Open
gation Kehilath Jeshurun in Man-

1:00. Shown 1:20.
hattan, spends most of the year
3. WoOduard'at Maple in New York. .
Birmingham ft "-
.
-Dr. Moshe Max Jammer, profes-
Richard..Ssinfamin; Joanna Shiinkus
sor of physics, served as president
-"THE MARRIAGE OF A YOUNG
of Bar-Han for two _years several
STOCKBROKER" (R)
years ago, Rabbi Lookstein said,
MON. thru FRI. zap, 9:20
but no one was appointed to suc-
SAT. & SUN. 2:00, 3:55, 5:55,7:55, 9:55. ceed him as president.
'Rabbi Lookstein said he has
2 blks. S. 1S ML
OLOOMFIELD*'warel
MI.. 44006
been "pushing" for the appoint.
Exclusive Area 1st Runl
ment
of a new president "for a
An Adult Comedy—

Metro. Eentertalnmen Coupons Accepted

,

Russia in the good old days. A little
war. A little peace. And lots of
horsing-around.
A •olowisk-
Cossack horse
.opera that wil
comIse you
with laughs!

Bonanza Sirloin Pits Boos

"CHROME & HOT LEATHER"

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THE DETROIT_ JEWISH NEWS

:

HUSBAND
WANTED

NORTHWOOD
INN

26—Friday, October 1, 1971

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Fat .Reservations: 538-4455 ._

THE SUSSEX ROUSE

Fine Dining and Cocktails',
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just _East of Evergreen)

352-2233

Also Anthony Quinn & Ann-Margaret in

• "R.P.M." (R)

Special children's matinee, Sat. only.
E1
Doors open 12 noon, all seats 75c. -

Annual construction volume in
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR LIP TO VS
the Detroit area totalled_ $975,000,- g • Weddings • Showers • liar Mitzvahs
000 in 1970, including_ 21,000 homes-
• Parties- For-All-Occasions
' -
and apartments.

— OPEN
_MON. THRU SAT.
FROM - 11:30 -A.M.-

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