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November 02, 1973 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-02

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It's Bigger Bargain

26—Friday, November 2, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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The review of "The Great
Jewish Plays" (Horizon
Press, New York), which ap-
peared in The Jewish News
Oct. 19, incorrectly described
the book as having 36 pages.
It has 356 pages.

'riALIAN-AMERICAN CAFE

— 7—

LARCO'S

Herat Flag: Dream Realized
"We have no flag. We need
Deliciously Prepared tor the
one. If we wish to lead many
Discerning Taste
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men we must raise a symbol
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
above their heads. I would
suggest a white flag, with
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seven golden stars. The white
background symbolizes our
pure new life; the stars rep-
resent the seven golden
hours of our working-day.
we shall enter the Prom-
FOR PARTIES For
ised Land carrying the badge
EX - DETROITER M I C -
of honor. — Theodor Herzl,
HAEL KRAUSE, son of Jo-
"The Jewish State," 1896.
sephine and Burnett Krause,
was watching the news on
TV in New York where he
now lives, when the idea of
a telethon came to raise funds
for Israel . . . Former pro-
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ducer of the Mike Douglas
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CONTINENTAL CUISINE in a majestic Atmosphere
11 in New York . . . From the
An Historic Landmark
moment Tony Curtis opened
Reservations Welcome Except Friday and Saturday Evenings
the show- at the Ed Sullivan
Tues. Thru Fri., Lunch 11:30-2:301
Dinner 5:30-10 p.m.
Theater, Mike had whipped
Saf. 5:30-10 p.m.
Sun. 2-8 p.m.
all odds against him in an
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amazingly fantastic endeavor
349-4885
Northville
. . . with many of those who
said he couldn't do it there
helping on the phones . . .
so much so that Virginia Gra-
ham told her own television
audience, "I just came back
from a five-day miracle done
ALL
in 41/2 hours!"
NFW
DR. DAVID SELIGSON,
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celebrating his 78th birthday
Featuring Exquisite American & Continental Cuisine.
Saturday, has been in dental
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BUSINESS MEETINGS
still is going strong . . . Con-
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ANY OCCASION
maintains the records and
X-rays of every patient from
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the day he started!
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NOTHING difficult about
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Then you learn how to push
off the crest of a hill on them.
Then you learn how to get
along on crutches for the
next five weeks or so."
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that of Steve and Pam Petix
. . . quite unbelievable if
someone didn't know this
wonderful couple . . . But be-
ing the kind of good people
they are, it is highly conceiv-
able that success should fol-
low them throughout life .. .
Back on May 10, 1944, Steve
had started his own little cus-
tom tailor store after years
of working for Bernie Grant
downtown at Mansfield
Clothes . . . Steve Petix Cus-
tom Clothiers was just a little
spot on W. McNichols near
Livernois, with Pam, Steve
and two tailors . . . Today,
Steve's employe list reaches
42 at his very spacious spot
in Southfield where even
clothes bought off the racks
are given custom tailoring
treatment . . . Steve and his
ace designer - tailor of 18
years, Philip Formaro, are
among the most consistent
award winners in their indus-
try . . . with versatility that
now includes making clothes
for both men and women . . •
All the hard-earned success
hasn't changed Steve and
Pam Petix, whose gracious
beauty in togetherness is
prettier than any picture.
RECENTLY RETURNED
FROM a trip to Europe with
wife Golda, during which the
Middle East war broke out,
Murray Hartz was quick to
learn that Christian sympa-
thies lie not too far away .. .
A non-Jewish employe of Jo-
seph Frenkel told him that
the parishioners of their
church had a fund raising
and decided to donate the en-
tire $1,500 to the Israel Em-
ergency Fund . . . Next day,
(Continued on Page 28)

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