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October 02, 1970 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—Friday, October 2, 1970_

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?

Cranbrook House Motel

20500 JAMES COUZENS

(S Mile I. Greeefield--Aerees from Northland)
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodation.

COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

Try Orr Pother Shop
Dine at the SCOTCK & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Airport Llatemslao Service Available

FHappy new Year

From

MARIO and DAVID
ALOHA BEAUTY SALON

25761 GREENFIELD

352-0655

Southfield. Mich.

Holiday Greetings

CREATIONS by POLLAK'S

24123 Greenfield Road,
Southfield, Michigan
Phone 356-5255

Alex and made IPoIIah

Happy New Year To Our
Many Friends and Customers

BUSTER
BROWN.

SPUME DANCE

Black Crinkle
Potent

Center Shuttle Bus
Links Farmington

The Jewish Center announces
that shuttle bus service is being
provided to the Farmington area.
The bus will leave the Hillel Day
School building, 32200 Middlebell,
Monday through Thursday at 3:35
p.m. It will drop off youngsters at
the 10 Mile Branch in time for
afternoon classes.
The return shuttle bus will be
from the main building to 10 Mile
only.
There will be a 25 cent daily
charge, and tickets will be avail-
able at the 10 Mile branch and the
group services office. This shuttle
bus is open to anyone participat
ing in Center programs.
Over 40 classes (including gym
and pool) are offered for first
through ninth graders during these
afternoons. There is still room in
some of these classes. For infor-
mation, call the group services
division, DI 1-4200, ext. 261.

Former Detroiter DR. ALLEN
M. ZELTZER of Yorba Linda,
Calif., was recently appointed as
administrative dean responsible
for instructional media at Califor-
nia State College, Fullerton. An
authority on classroom use of tele-
vision, Zeltzer is a professor of
theater and during the past year,
served as director of the Instruc-
tional Media Center. A CSF facul-
ty member since 1963, Zeltzer

earned his MA and PhD at Wayne
State University. He is the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Zeltzer
of Votrobeck Ct.

FRANK PAUL

and his ORCHESTRA

"Music at its Best
for Your Guests"

EL 7-1799

If you're
not getting
daily interest
on regular
passbook
savings...

Radio's GoldenEra
Recalled by Writer

"None of Your Business" by Car-
roll Carroll tells of the days when
Burns and Allen, Al Jolson, Rudy
Vallee, Bob Hope, Bing ero
sby,
Frank Sinatra, Eddie Cantor, John
Barrymore and Guy Lombardo
were using radio as a stepping-
stone from the stage to the cine-
ma.
Here, told by a humorist who
worked with them all, is the wild,
wacky story of what life with the
stars was really like.
Carroll tells how radio programs
were conceived, promoted, written
and produced—despite the zany
happenings backstage.
Carroll joined the radio de-
partment of one of the nation's
largest advertising agencies, .7.
Walter Thompson, in 1932, and
during the next 35 years he : II
wrote for, and mingled with,
many of the best-loved names in
show business.
He ghosted two successful books DR
for Bob Hope and has contributed
to several anthologies and a num-
ber of major magazines. Currently
living in New York City, Carroll
reviews television commercials for
Variety.

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