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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-14

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30 May 14, 1976

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

Beth Achim Youth Group Will Meet

Cong. Beth Achim's La-
hav United Synagogue
Youth group will go roller
skating Saturday evening at
the Oak Park Roller Rink.
Members and friends will
meet 9:30 p.m. at the home

"STAR SPANGLED GIRL"

a Neil Simon Broadway Hit
Directed by Pierre Turgeon
Produced by Edgar A. Guest III

SOMERSET DINNER
THEATRE
Every Friday & Saturday
Buffet Dinner at
7:30 p.m.
Show Time — 8:45 p.m.

For Reservations — 643-8865

Somerset Mall

Big Beaver Road at Coolidge, Troy

of Jerry Friedman, 25911
Stratford Place, Oak Park,
There is a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Pam
Lippitt, 353-4477.
Cong. Beth Achim's Kadi-
mah Youth group will have
an ice cream social and gen-
eral board meeting 6:30 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue. A
pinball party will follow.
Youth are invited at a nom-
inal charge.
Kadimah will go roller-
skating May 23, meeting
6:30 p.m. at the synagogue.
For information, call Leah
Herman, adviser, 547-0708.

No proper education with-
out association.
— The Talmud

TALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m..
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS, 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.

Youth Win Women's Unit Awards

The League of Jewish Women's Organizations recently announced the winners in
its "Spirit of '76 — Youth Today" awards competition. They are, bottom row, from
left: Mrs. Norman R. Schakne, chairman of the awards project; Beth Sandweiss, Su-
san Schakne, Jeffrey Colman, Lisa Woronoff, Lisa Kanagur, Ronn Nadis, Jordan
Parr, Diana Burlant, Shari'Rosenfeld, Sheila Ordin, 'president of the league; and Ruth
Podolsky, co-chairman. In second row are from left: Andrea Fischer, Leslie Bornstein,
Nancy Borison, Joan Shekter, Nancy Dunitz, Carol Nosanchuk, Joanna Stark, Alan
Abrahams, Mark Kowalsky and Carolyn Wallace. Shown in third row are, from left:
Howard Goode, Robert Siegel, Michael Raizman, David Steinberg, Douglas Ruben,
Kenneth Levin, Richard Korn, Michael Ragins, and Rod Zimmerman. Not pictured
are Joanne Amberg, Jeffrey Fleischman, Jon Gorosh, Suzanne Neuvirth, Doug Ross
and Brian Wiatrak. Special recognition was accorded Jeff Colman, Andrea Fischer,
Richard Korn and Joanna Stark. The essay award went to Jeff Colman, Carol Nosan-
chuk and Michael Raizman.

BBYO
Business

SUNDAY BUFFET
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Adults . . . $4.75

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

17630 WOODWARD (4 Blks. N. of 6 Mile)

Sporn AZA will hold a
coffee house 8:30 p.m. June
Attendant Parking
5 in the BBYO office. Enter-
869-3988
tainment will be provided
by Gary Karp and David
Best. Refreshments will be
(Norm. Ketiages
served. Tickets are available
from any member of Sporn
AZA. For information, call
Nelson Tobin, president,
1403 S. COMMERCE (near the intersection Reservations Suggested
538-0684, or Mark Beltz-
at Maplejl 5 & Pontiac Trail)
624-6660
man, 533-1077.
Kadimah BBG will hold
an auction 8:30 p.m. May 22
at the BBYO office. The auc-
tion will feature gifts and
services to be provided by
members. Refreshments
NH1;1'4;1211 Oz.
will be served, and a nom-
inal admission will be
SIRLOIN STEAK
charged. For information,
—Or—
contact Beth Geller, presi-
FRESH LAKE PICKEREL
dent, 531-3688.
SHAR SIMON
Jolson AZA and Rose
ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE
• AN EXCITING TRIP TO OUR BEAUTIFUL SALAD BAR
TRIO
AZA will hold a 76-hour
WED. THRU SAT.
• CHOICE -OF SOUP OR JUICE
softball marathon for Mus-
• HUGE VARIETY Of FRESH BREADS L BAGELS
cular Dystrophy, beginning
For The Specials
No
Coupons
Accepted
• COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
4 p.m. May 28 and running
********-A-****************- i k*Ig throughout the Memorial
Day weekend. Sponsors are
THE MOTOR CITY
needed. For information,
AREA'S FINEST
call Rick Rogow, president,
ITALIAN RESTAURANT
477-9148.
AND
The AZA Council Soft-
ball League, beginning
ENTERTAINMENT SPOT
June 6 through August, will
Featuring
hold games 9 a.m. Sundays
at Cranbrook Field, South-
The Great Sounds Of
field. AZA Coordinator is
Joel Hechler of Rose AZA.
Sponsors are continuing
* TUES. THRU SAT.
DANCING 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
to be sought for the BBG
Council bowl-a-thon for
Muscular Dystrophy which
will take place 10 a.m.-8
p.m. May 30 at Plum Hollow
With A Wide Varied Menu To
Lanes. For information, call
Linda Scheinker, BBG pro-
Please The Most Discriminating Palate
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gram director, 354-6113.
The BBYO Elections
Training Conclave will be
held today through Sunday
MON., 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
at Camp Tamarack, Orton-
TUES. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
ville. Leadership programs
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m._
will focus on training for in-
22302 MICHIGAN AVE.
dividual offices program-
Across From Jacobson's W. Dearborn
ming and recruiting mem-
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* bers, and the Jewish self-
5 45 1 - 16 55
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For Reservations

'quire's &hit

COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY EVENINGS

95

LORIO

DINING CUISINE
AT IT'S BEST

SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER

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Bnai Moshe Chalutzim USY
Sets Oneg Shabat Celebration

Builder Levitt
to Get Touro Prize

NEW YORK — Touro
College will mark the Bicen-
tennial of the American
Revolution by bestowing
upon William J. Levitt, lead-
ing builder and benefactor,
the first Judah Touro
Award for Distinguished
Service.
The presentation will be
made June 2 at a dinner at
the Hotel Pierre on June 2.
A college of liberal arts
and sciences, Touro is chart-
ered by the regents of the
state of New York and is au-
thorized to conduct pro-
grams leading to the bacca-
laureate degree "with an
emphasis on the relevanc
of the Jewish heritage to tl
general culture of civiliza-
tion."

MOVIE
GUIDE

Americana Complex

I, 2, 3, 4

Greenfield N. of :Mile
559-2730
r TUEATERS IN ONE BUILDING

A ed. MATINEES ALL
TIIIKATERS-1 Show only
at 1:00—SI

"FAMILY PLOT" (PG)
"ALL THE .
PRESIDENTS MEN"
(PG)
THE EXORCIST (R)
"THE BAD NEWS BEARS"
(PG)

Cong. Bbai Moshe's Chal-
utzim United Synagogue
Youth group (grades 5 and
6) will have an oneg Shabat
7:30 p.m. today in the home
of Jeff Roth, 14251 Hart,
Oak Park. For information,
call the adviser, Steve Ki-
deckel, 968-1765.
The group will plant trees
at the Jewish Community
Center Sunday. A social will
follow in the game room.
For information, call Steve.
Kadimah USY will have a
meeting" :30 p.m. Sunday in
the synagogue school wing
for youth going on the To-
ronto trip. Parents of the
travelers will have a meet-
ing 7 p.m. Monday in the
youth lounge. For informa-
tion, call the adviser,
Sharon Landau, 545-6951.
Senior USY will have a
mystery car ride Satur-
day, meeting 9:30 p.m. in
the synagogue. There is a
nominal charge. The sen-
ior group will have elec-
tions 2 p.m. Sunday in the
youth lounge. Petitions
must be in the hands of ad-

viser Ronnie Anstandig by
1 p.m.
The Senior USY will have
an oneg Shabat 8 p.m. May
21 in the small chapel. The
group will have its annual
Mitzva Day May 23, when
the members will be avail-
able to perform odd jobs.
For information on the
fund-raising project, call
Louis Thoryn, 398-2265, or
the youth lounge, 548-3123.
'For information on youth
activities, call the coordina-
tor, Hartley Harris,
968-3563, or the youth
lounge.

Registration Open

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Registration for the Beth
Shalom Religious School is
now open to children of non-
members of the congrega-
tion.
Beth Shalom Religious
School is an independent
Conservative congregational
school. Training is offered
to boys and girls from kin-
dergarten through 12th
grade. Bar and Bat Mitzva is
included in the curriculum.
There are pre-Bar Mitzva
Tallit and Tefillin groups
sponsored by the men's club
and pre-Bat. Mitzva "BMB"
sponsored by the sisterhood.
Cyril C. Servetter is the
educational director of the
religious school. Enrollment
forms may be obtained by
calling the school office,
547-7970, or Al Sasson,
851-3531.

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with regular admission prices.

Weekdays & Sot. Open 6:45
Shown 7:20 & 9:30

Liza Minnelli, Burt Reynolds
and Gene Hackman in

"LUCKY LADY" (PG)

Sunday Open 1:00, Shown 1:20, 3:20
5:25, 7:30 & 9:30

DIMITRI'S

316 N. Woodward,

ROYAL OAK

2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
542-4880

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