-TIE Dung. JEWISii NEWS
1971 .25 _
I raw odow4wwows- town
Dellallsody rywates tor Illt•
Judy and tender, broiled to-order
• Hot Texas toast
4, Fluffy, buttery, baked potato
• Crisp, tossed green salad
-.choice of dressing
AII for $
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-RESERVATIONS TAKEN FOR
• • • •
• - ACROSS THE RIVER in Virmdsor .
• • is one of the world's most accioin-
I:dished :makeup artists . . an -
Israeli girl name of Tova Schmaltz,
; who plies her trade with little fan-
• fare -. . . Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday at the Pam-
: per House in Regency Colionade
on Ouelette . . . Tova left. Tel
Avic in 1982 for London, Eng 7 '
• land as head of the make up de-
partment for the. British: Broad-
: casting Company ._ . and was also
r make up consultant for --the lass
v . Universe Pageant . . . To New
York in 1965; Tova worked with
Eddie Benz, makeup consultant
• for Hollywood celebrities and the,
: White House. . Among her
"clients" .were Elizabeth - Taylor,
Sophia Loren, Mrs. Lyndon B.
• Johnson, The Beatles, Paul Anka
• and others . . . To Toronto in
1967, Tova formed her'own school
of _make up plus working for the
Canadian Broadcasting Company
. • She returned to Israel in 1968
to do the make up for a movie -
being filed there -. . . then to
France in 1989 to study facials and
treatment of the skin . . . Tova'is
a pleasant girl whose personality
emits a delightful continental
charm . . . She has been in Wind-
sor only seven months, spending
'four days there and three days i,
TALENT UNLIMITED: is going
on at Charter House Barber Salon
. . Howard LaLone; one of the
best, comes to , join the other four
top hair stylists : * The Charter -
-House Barbers, on Nine Mile 'in
Southfield, has become more than
a status symbol-and-with Howard
taking over a, chair along with RIM.
AI, Ron and Pete, the men's hair
Styling talent is hardly believable:
MANNY CORNFIELD, honored
recently by the folks at B, Siegel
& Co., On his 70th :birthday; is the
same , agent that opene
d and closed
: ;Sam's: downtown as
manager . . .
= Now. assistant Manager of the B.
Siegel. -store,' dapper Manny -re-
- -calved a .pin • ..years back, .along
with Sidney Allen and ethera, as
one of the 50 beat dressed men in
the Jewish community.
ALL Ar.umNi basketball game
by. Oak- Park High, ,,Nov. -12, will
blade, the players and cheerlead-
ers front - 1957 to 1971 . . -It's set
fee .8' . or get
Maxim Berman, ' :LI 84200.
orial night is Nov.
-49 . Ladies and non4lasons are
COME AS YOU ARE—AMPLE PARKING NO TIPPING
Hours: 11:00-9:00 p.m.
no w. mooduis mt. we swim
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West 11 Mile Road and
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DANCING TO THE
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28333 GRAND RIVER
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1200•SOUTHFIELD, UNCOL,N PARK
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State of Michigan
. CAL.- FOR
• RESERVATIONS' .
Only 15 Minulis Fra'm Morthamst Nita"
ELAINE lbERLMAN started
playingtennis only last April, but
is. alreadY,n..net notable .. corn-
- ing in second in the gal's division
of the_ first 'tourney. ever held by
Tam O'Shante,r . . . At Caesar's
Palace, Las -Vegas; recently, Elaine
go-at it with former world's
champ -Panelei Gonzalei,„ Caesar
saw- her phi and instead
of - charging for his service asked
to have dinner with the Perlmans
When he :comes: to betreit.
.DISA `'N 'DATA . . . Seymour
Goldnran, straightenhig the prongs
of * fork with a:la:rife at Town
and Countii-Club - . . Poor Jack
Epstein-telling- a - story. but in-
leirupted so many times 'that the
jounch line had as.much -as a can
vas-bound.bozee Congrats to
.peekLEJecinali on his 75th birth-
well 'wishes to Joe
-Bemis and Nate Gurwin.
DANCING NIGHTLY TO •
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