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July 29, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-29

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THE DETROIT
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

By HERBERT LUFT

SAM FIELD

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399-1320

Inc.)
HOLLYWOOD —
Molly Picon will appear in
the Golden Harvest Warner
Bros. production of "Can-
nonball Run II," starring
Burt Reynolds and Marilu
Henner. Frank Sinatra also
appears in a cameo role.
Molly, 85, who in spite of
the accent she puts on in her
shows, is America-born
with the name of Pyekoon,
most recently won an

(Copyright 1983, JTA,

for your party

B y

The Knitting Nook

Molly Picon Keeps Busy at 85

Caricatures

BLOOM'S

KOSHER CATERING
AND CARRY-OUT

COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE

IN YOUR HOME, CLUBHOUSE OR
HALL OF YOUR CHOICE ... (SYNAGOGUE
CATERING ALSO AVAILABLE.)

DELICIOUS HOME-MADE FOODS
ELEGANTLY SERVED

ITALIAN & CHINESE MENUS AVAILABLE

Please Call For Information

546-5444

24111 COOLIDGE S. of 10 Mile • Oak Park

Under Supervision Council of Orthodox Rabbis

OPEN HOUSE

at the

BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

We're Jewish, how about you?

You know that you're Jewish. You feel Jewish. But you
don't feel religious. Prayer and worship aren't the answer
for you.

You may be one of us — a Jewish Humanist.

At the Birmingham Temple, we celebrate Passover,
Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanna, Yom Kippur, Purim — twelve
holidays in all. We hold Bar Mitzvahs and Bat Mitzvahs, confir-
mations, Friday night services, Hebrew and Sunday school.

We embrace the entire Jewish experience. We respect our
ancestors, but we don't revere them. We believe that the Torah
and the Bible are important, but the literature of our people
didn't stop there. We think Moses and Rabbi Akiva are great
Jewish heroes — and so are Freud and Einstein.

Emmy Award in a straight
dramatic TV performance
in "Grandma Didn't Wave
Back."

* * *
ARNON MILCHAN,

the Israeli film producer
will produce two movies to
be released domestically by
Universal and overseas by
Twentieth Century-Fox.
Milchan financed and co-
produced the $18 million
TV epic, "Masada."
In January, Milchan's
"Legend" begins filming in
England with Ridley Scott
directing. It is a romance set
in primeval times written
by William Hjortsberg. The
second film for Universal,
entitled "Brazil," has Terry
Gilliam of Monty Python as
director. It is termed an Or-
wellian love story set in
1984.

• * *
WOODY ALLEN'S new

movie, "Zelig," was written
by him and directed in the
form of a television
documentary in which the
character of Leonard Zelig
reviews his life with satiri-
cal wit. The multi-talented
Allen, who once more serves
as his own writer-director
and star, has created a
prominent personality,
idealized and lionized by the
masses of viewers, one who
is anxious to conform and in
chameleon-fashion turns to
become the character he
portrays.
Though filled with gags,
"Zelig" is a profound state-
ment on the weaknesses of
modern man. Woody Allen
has chosen mostly un-
knowns for the motley as ,
sortment of characters. Mia
Farrow co-stars in the Jack
Rollins.and Charles H. Joffe
film produced for Warner/
Orion by Robert Greenhut.
** *

BERNARD SCHWARTZ,

executive producer of
"Psycho II," Universal's
sequel to Alfred Hitch-
cock's classic gothic thril-
ler, "Psycho," has been
successful in the cinema for
a number of years. His first
feature film, "Coal Miner's
Daughter," received seven
Academy Award nomina-
tions, the best actress Oscar
for Sissy Spacek and a Gol-
den Globe for best picture of
1980.
A lawyer by profession,
Schwartz produced for
Schenck Enterprises over
100 episodes of television's
"Alcoa Presents," which is
still running in syndication.

Above all, Jewishness for us consists in Jewish behavior.

Members of the Birmingham Temple live as a warm, car-
ing Temple family, guided by rational, commonsense ethics
and by our cultural and historic ties to our fellow Jews
worldwide.

Come and learn more about us. And let us get to know you.
We may have a lot in common.

OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, August 7, 2-5 p.m.
EVENINGS WITH THE RABBI: Wednesdays,
August 17, 24, 31, 8:30 p.m.

Help
save a life.
Donate
Blood.

Red Cross
os

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

28611 W. 12 Mile Road, Farmington Hills

Member of the Synagogue Council of Detroit

er

We'll Help.Will You?

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Friday, July 29, 1983 27

West Bloomfield Plaza
6666 Orchard Lake Rd.

Other series included "The
Racer" and "The Wackiest
Ship in the Army." He also
facilitated the first film co-
production with Australia?
"Road Games," starring
Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee
Curtis.

851-8188

Hours:
Mon.-Fri. 10-5

EXPERT FINISHING CLASSES

by MAVIS

Given in August
Pre-registration required.
Call for details.

TEMPLE ISRAEL

A Congregation of Liberal Judaism

Invites Unaffiliated Families
In the Community
To Attend Religious Services All Summer Long
In Our Beautiful Air-Conditioned Sanctuary

At 8:00 P.M. Each Friday Night

• If you and your family seek a warm, friendly, vital Congregation in the Reform tradition, but in the
main stream of Jewish consciousness, pay us a visit.
• High Holy Day Services Begin as early as Wednesday evening, Sept. 7. Tickets provided for
Temple members only.
• Religious School for Pre-Kindergarten (age 4) to High School Graduation (12th Grade), with
Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Confirmation, Hebrew Honors Program; Young People's and Youth Group
activities.
• Adult Education • Parenting Programs • Concerts and Musical Activities Sponsored by the
Congregation and Its Affiliate Ciropus.
• Complete Nursery Program — 3 and 5 Days Weekly, plus Mother-Toddler and Enrichment
Classes — Under the Supervision of Bryna Leib.

Rabbis: M. Robert Syme, Harold S. Loss and Leon Fram
Cantor: Harold Orbach — Educational Director: Rabbi Joel Wittstein
President, Mrs. Nathan L. Fink

For Membership Information, Call Frank L. Simons, Administrator

TEMPLE ISRAEL

5725 Walnut Lake Rd., East of Drake, West Bloomfield

661-5700

Member of the Synagogue Council of Metropolitan Detroit

Cooperating in Synagogue Open House Day, Sunday, Aug. 7 — 2-5 PM

SHABBAT UNDER THE STARS

The Membership Committee
of

Adat Shalom Synagogue

cordially invites you to our annual

Family Outdoor Shabbat Service*
and Oneg Shabbat

Friday, August 5
8:00 P.M.
and to our

Synagogue Open House

Sunday, August 7
2:00-5:00 p.m.

Please respond 851-5100

*Both of these events are especially designed
for prospective members

RABBI EFRY SPECTRE CANTOR LARRY VIEDER
29901 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills 48018

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