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November 09, 1973 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-09

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26—Friday, November 9, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Art Festival at B'ham Temple

David Syme to Play in Concert Tuesday

The Women's Symphony of
Detroit will present David
Syme, concert pianist, 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Seaholm High
School, Birmingham.
The orchestra, under the
baton of William Savola, will

EVERY SAT. &
SUN. 4-9 P.M.

39

PER PERSON
Reg. $1.65

be joined by outstanding
musical students from Birm-
ingham, Southfield and Oak
Park.
Tickets may be obtained at
the door. An afterglow will
follow the concert.

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bitz Brandeis has been
elected in nationwide election
to the Hall of Fame for Great
Americans at New York Uni-
versity.
Final selections were made
from a ballot containing the
names of 180 candidates nom-
inated by the public over the
past year.
This year 134 members of
the college of electors cast
ballots. A majority, or 68
votes, was required for elec-
tion. G e o r g e Washington
Carver was elected with the
highest count of 104 votes.
Judge Brandeis was next
with 98 votes. President

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Sun. 2-8 p.m.

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Beit Shean Courses

JERUSALEM—ORT Israel
with the ministry of labor has
organized courses in Beit
Shean in the framework of an
"open study" program aimed
at a wide cross section of the
society. Courses are given in
the following subjects: gra-
phics, batik work, weaving,
sewing, gold-smithy and jew-
elry making.

.

•• • ••••• • •• • • • •• •

SPECIAL FAMILY DINNERS

THANKSGIVING GOOSE

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DINNER , SNACKS, SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOME
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349-4885

Northville

Franklin D. Roosevelt re-
ceived 86, and John Philip
Sousa, 78.
Nominees who received 20
votes but less than a majority
automatically will be consid-
ered for the next scheduled
election in 1976. The nine
candidates thus renaminated
include Adolph S. Ochs and

George Gershwin.

NEW YORK ,(JTA) — The
real estate firm of Benjamin
Swig of San Francisco, Jack
D. Weiler and Robert H. Ar-
now of New York will direct
a campaign to provide a
place of worship and learn-
ing for Jews whose syna-
gogues have been targets of
NEIGHBORHOOD
major vandalism on Manhat-
tan's
Lower East Side, Je-
Americana Complex I, II, Ill
19460 W. 10 Mile Rd. (2 Blks. E. of Evergreen)
rome H. Becker, president of
Greenfield Rd., N. of 9 Mlle
358-1414
358-3920
the Metropolitan Coordinat-
352-7466
ing Council on Jewish Pov-
Wed. MATINEES ALL
THEATERS-1 Show only
erty, said here.
at 1:15—$1
He spoke at a memorial
service for the Torah scrolls
AMERICANA I
Barbra Streisand-Robert Redford in a firebombing last month
"THE WAY WE WERE" (PG) which wrecked Cong. Chevra
.
Bachurim.
AMERICANA II
Becker charged that the
Tom Laughlin - Dolores Taylor
bombing, the 16th such inci-
"BILLY JACK" (PG)
dent against a synagogue on
Featuring
the Lower East Side in the
AMERICANA III
last two years, was "a sys-
Walter Mattham-Joe Don Baker
tematic plot to frighten aged,
"CHARLEY
VARRICK"
(PG)
Daily 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Mon. thru Sat.
elderly and infirm Jews into
leaving the neighborhood."
BERKLEY 12 Mile-Coolidge
LI 2-0330
A council spokesman said
Friday, Monday — Open 6:45
SERVING
that Cong. Chevra Bachurim
Held Over 3rd Week
Special Showing
had a daily worship service
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
Thomas Laughlin, Dolores Taylor
attended by 40 to 50 elderly
BILLY JACK (GP)
Jews and that it had been
at 7:00 & 9:00
Sat.—Open 1:30
damaged beyond use.
"BILLY JACK (GP)
In a casual but elegant atmosphere
He explained that a build-
at 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00
Moderately Priced
Sunday Open 12:45 BILLY JACK ing was being sought in the
at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 and 9:00
neighborhood, one hopefully
NO COUPONS OR PASSES
in a safer place, to be reno-
ACCEPTED
vated for use as a synagogue.
He said it was expected that
Rabbi Nison Alpert, spiritual
leader of the firebombed
synagogue, would serve as
rabbi of the renovated facil-
Your choice of Goose or
ity.

J4 e gallery

CONTINENTAL CUISINE in a majestic Aimosphere

Brandeis Elected to Hall of Fame

NEW YORK — Louis Dem-

OPEN MON. THRU FRI.
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

ORDERS NOW

Birmingham Temple's first art show in its Farmington
building will be open to the public Saturday and Sunday.
Guitar players will perform throughout the weekend. Re-
freshments will include wine and cheese for adults, cider
and doughnuts for children. A "Jackpottery" will be fea-
tured, with art prizes. Hours will be noon-10 p.m. each day.
Art, sculpture, pottery and leathercraft, most by well-known
Michigan artists, will be featured. Shown are Arts Festival
committee members, from left, Jerry Sherbin, general
chairman; Gloria Krohner; Dr. Jerry Berman; and Joan
Weinberg, committee arts coordinator. Temple members
will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the temple at an
opening night art show 8:30 p.m. today, featuring poetry,
music and drama, as well - as painting, sculpture and
ceramics.

Adults
Students

'2.00
'1.00

Junior Wings vs Niagara Falls Flyers
Saturday, November 17 — 1:30 P.M.

Olympia Stadium

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