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July 25, 1975 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Book Month Chooses Bicentennial Celebration Theme

`Sleepin' Beauty'
Set at OP Theater

NEW YORK — "The Jew-
ish Book in America: A Bi-
The Oak Park Commu- centennial Celebration" is
nity Theater \•ill perform the theme of the forthcom-
"Sleepin' Beauty" 8 p.m. ing Jewish Book Month,
today, Thursday and Aug. 1 which the Jewish Book
at the Oak Park High Council of the Jewish Wel-
School.
fare Board will observe Oct.
"Sleepin' Beauty" is a mu- :31-Nov. 28.
sical adaptation of the origi-
This year's theme has
nal story \vritten by Oak been selected to call atten-
Park residents Laurie Sears tion to literature dealing
and Rob Leider.
with Jewish life in America
For information call the during the past two centu-
r)epartment of Parks, Rec- ries. A variety of program
itation, and Forestry. materials have been issued
A5-6400.
by the J\VB hook council to

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assist more than 2,000 local
groups in planning pro-
grams to celebrate Jewish
Book Month.
A red, ‘vhite and blue pos-
ter, designed by Sy Warsaw,
featuring the liberty hell
with the quotation from the
Book of Leviticus. "Proclaim
liberty throughout the land
unto all the inhabitants
thereof," is available from
the council, as are book-
marks with a similar mes-
sage.
The council has also is-

sued a series of bibliogra-
phies dealing with Ameri-
can Jewish history,
biography, fiction, chil-
dren's books, and drama-
tizations, as well as
"Programs for '76: Pro-
gramming Suggestions for
Jewish Groups during the
American Revolution Bi-
centennial Celebration,"
prepared by Hannah Grad
Goodman.
The Council's 1975-1976
"Jewish Book Annual," vol-

399-4440

NEW NAME
SAME OWNERS

MON., TOVZ.,ITINaU.MS..' -37p7M7-9 p.m.
7 a.m.-9
SUN., 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
& SAT"

4

4

• BREAKF.AST
• LUNCH
• DINNER

10 OZ. RIB EYE STEAK

i

DAILY AFTER 3 p.m.

4:

SALAD, POTATO,
VEGETABLE,
BREAD & BUTTER

st

$ 5 9

FISH Et CHIPS OR
BREADED VEAL

4

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+

Your Hosts At the

RID CIDARS

211)
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FRENCH FRI ,
SALAD, COLE SLAW,
BREAD & BUTTER

w.

NAHUM GOLDMANN

*
The dinner followed a
*
three day meeting of the
21" WJC governing board, and
Sunday Platter For Two
Philip M. Klutznick, chair-
4. man of the governing board,
SMOKED FISH, SABLE, LOX, HARD-BOILED $
EGG, CREAM CHEESE, TOMATOES, ONIONS,
presided at the dinner.
FOR
OLIVES AND FOUR BAGELS
Dr. Goldmann received
TWO!
21 2 greetings
from world lead-
rays — Free Delivery
ers, and speakers at the
6 MEATS, POTATO SALAD, COLE SLAW, RE-
dinner included Dr.
LISHES, CHOPPED LIVER AND OUR OWN
HOME-BAKED BREAD
Joachim Prinz, Pinhas
PER
.
We Use Vienna-Wilno Products
qr Sapir, Meyer Weisgal, and
PERS.
2 313 Dr. Gerhart M. Riegner,
HOME-COOKED DINNER SPECIALS DAILY • DAIRY TRAYS
a* secretary-general of the
WJC.
Summer. Breakfast Special
Dr. Goldmann was pre-
CF
MON. THRU SAT. ONLY 'TIL II a.m.
2 EGGS, ROLL OR TOAST, BUTTER,
*
seated with a gold medal as
JELLY & COFFEE
th e first reci p ient of the N a-
4444444 444/444,441 4442+42 hum Goldma nn Medal f or

9 5

$

CF
CF
CF

2

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aft

Americana Complex 1, 2,
3, 4

L,,,,•,,field

BERKLEY

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( Serves 4 To 5 People)

PRIVATE BANQUET
ROOMS






7:20 & 9:20

Fri. & Sat. Open 7:15
7:35 & 9:35
Sun. Open 1:30
Lenny at 1:45, 3:40, 5:40, 7:35 &
9:35.

ATHENS
SOUVLAKI

968-1150

NOW HAS
3 DELICIOUS TYPES
OF BAR-B-Q RIBS ADDED
TO ITS REGULAR DAILY CUISINE

PLUS

BROILED WHITE FISH

ANYDAY! ANYHOUR!

INCLUDES: SOUP OR JUICE,
COLE SLAW OR SALAD, CHOICE
OF POTATO, DINNER ROLL AND
BUTTER. (FRI. & SAT., 4 to 10
P.M. ALSO INCLUDES SCOOP
OF ICE CREAM OR JELLO).

Remember when you and your
family could see hit movies
and not destroy your budget?

THE

Washington
Theatre

In HARVARD ROW
SHOPPING CENTER

has brought back the
good old days!

11 MILE & LAHSER

OPEN 7 DAYS
11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

SUN. thru THURS. ALL SEATS S1.00
FRI and SAT. ADULTS S2.00 CHILDREN S1.00

Tonight

SOUVLAKI

and Greek Specialties

Including

Carry-Out

Only

REGULAR $8.32 VALUE ... SAVE $1.33 WITH THIS COUPON
Offer Expires Friday, Aug. 8, 1975

NIA I IN(
11;011
Al Gti ,,[
1 . 2',
"SUPERBLIG" (G)

Featuring The Finest











GREEK SALAD
COMBINATION PLATTER
SHISH KABOB
LAMB CHOPS
MOUSSAKA
PASTITSIO
SPINACH & CHEESE PIE
LEMON SOUP
GREEK PASTRIES

COMPLETE SANDWICH MENU

1

Including
4 & '1 lb. GROUND ROUND

HAMBURGERS

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•NEW ORLEANS •HAWAIIAN •MEXICAN

LUNCH & DINNER

99

353-5170

LANDMARK
RESTAURANT

in

Lenny (R)

LATE EVENING
MENU





Dustin Hoffman

INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL

• 5 DINNER ROLLS

Li

Nominated best
picture & actor

U COUPON

C.)

Mile-Coolidge
2-0330

Weekdays Open 7 pm

la tiondllen.
e
cantor chicken

• 1 LARGE BOX OF FRENCH FRIES

12

I

MON. THRU SAT.

25900 GREENFIELD at Lincoln =

-.

NOW BRINGS YOU

• 1 PINT OF COLE SLAW

LARRY PARKS

IN THE GREEN-LINCOLN BLDG., OAK PARK

"THE FORTUNE" (PG)

Sun. thru Thurs.
Bargain Nites, all seats 57.00.
No coupons Fri. & Sat.
Coupons accepted with
regular admission prices.

25226 Greenfield Road at 10 Mile

• 12 PIECES OF CRISPY CHICKEN

‘ t.d. NI \ TINEES 1L1.
THE VIERS—I Show tint,.
at 1:00—$1

''.,1/4 re a I
"TOMMY" (PG)
"THE
DROWNING POOL" (PG)

CF

2
0

N. of 9 N Iik

5,9-2730
I THE VITliS IN ONE In !WING

*

Adam's Rib

Song Stylings By

House
Specialties
include
Selected
Seafood,
Steaks,
Prime Rib and
Rack of Lamb

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.



-

Dining, Cocktails & Dancing

From 15 to 125

GUIDE

. .

43

Invite You For Fine

high merit.
A grove of trees was also
planted in Israel in his
name.

,

46
aii.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Governor Hugh L. Carey
has signed into law legisla-
tion prohibiting local voter
registration on Rosh Has-
hana, Yom Kippur, Sukkot,
Shmini Atzereth or Simchas
Torah.

Jack Freed & Ray Bresler

MO VIE

ii.

DAILY AFTER 3 p.m.

4
4
4
CF
CF
CF
CF

Goldmann, with a dinner in
0 the Hotel Richmond, Ge-
neva, on the occasion of his
231 " 80th birthday.

Voter Registration
on 5 Holy Days

For information and a list
of the materials for Jewish
Book Month, write: J\VB
Jewish Book Council, 15
East 26th St., New York,
N:Y. 10010.

BENNY'S

cit 221 10 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
4 IN THE OAK PARK CENTER

NY to Prohibit

time 33, will feature a Bicen-
tennial section with articles
and bibliographies appro-
priate to the celebration.

k+44,444,4,4,4,444,44444,41, WJC's Goldmann Honored
st
* i n Geneva on 80th Birthday
NEW YORK — Last week
outstanding contributions
(Sabra)
the World Jewish Congress
to the Jewish people. The
clii
honored its president and
medal will be awarded from
cis
"A Deli And More!"
El ' co-founder, Dr. Nahum time
to time to recipients of

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Friday, July 25, 1975 27

A Marvin Worth Product on A Bob Fosse Film

Dustin Hoffman "Lenny"

co_sra,–,Valerie Perrine
David V Picker

Ezetut ■ ve Produce ,

R

RESTRICTED

*E.

United Artists

AND

Michael Cain in

"PULP"

(PG)

422 S. WASHINGTON, ROYAL OAK

541-0082






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