34 Friday, August 22, 1975
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18211 JOHN R
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WHO SAYS A LARGE
woman has to take what she
can get in the way of cloth-
ing.? . . No more, says Bea-
trice . . and in
many cases,. the gal can even
look slimmer . . . Bea and
daughter Lynda are the
owners of the new store
Dena Saxes' makes her
first appearance at the
Stratford Festival this year.
Miss :-')Ixer's theatrical
experience includes pe•-
formances with many De-
troit area theatres using the
name Dena Margolis.
While attending Wayne
State Cniversity she per-
formed on numerous occa-
sions Est the Studio Theatre
Miss SaNcr has woreked
on television for WXYZ-TV
for whom she wrote, di-
rected and acted in the
Creat ive Drania
Dehoously Prepared Jo' the
118840 W. IticNICIIOLSt,
ow,* of Soutithe 1..
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
COMPLETE FAMILY $5
Orchard Lake North of
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The Atrium .. .
including the Chef's
Fine cuisine at less
prices. Open every
• exotic Indian, Bengali
and American Dishes
• Food To Take Out
• Catering To Parties
Or Bobbies... steps away
Open: Monday thru Saturday
1 1:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M.-4:30 to 12 Mid.
Sundays & Holidays-2:30 to 12:00 Mid.
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ROBRIEN Ursula Walker,
:30100 TELEGRAPH . ROAD
(North of 12 Mile
Across from Northland Center, in Southfield
Dancing nightly • Telephone 559-6500
I OPEN 24 HOURS
AT 101/2 MILE RD.
5 a.m. to 11 a.m.
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
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1/4 LB. HAMBURGER
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
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FRIDAY FISH SPECIALS
FISH & CHIPS
25226 GREENFIELD & 10 MILE
SEPT. 5, 1975
8 PC. OF FISH
1 LB. COLE SLAW
1 LB. FRENCH FRIES
FEEDS FAMILY OF 4
SII3NNIa JO 'ON 01 11 W11 ON
Two Ways to 4°.l
The Good Life
NO L IM IT TO NO. OF D INNERS
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
• BANQUET FACILITIES
school starts . . . and sto- on Woodward south of Ma-
ries will 11)otind about ple in Birmingham for large
youngsters in and out of size lassies 16 to 46'2 . .
class . . . Even material It called Tadmore's, taken
that sounds like written front the English expres,-
-edy . . . like the New sion. "Just a little hit more."
ad going to Texas to
50TH WEDDING anni-
1 one day at school versary congrats to Zion
ier asked him to tell Bakery boss Nate and Anna
.01 Alamo . . . He re- Pritz . . . who'll be feted at
hats pie with ice the Raleigh House this Sun-
, it. day by their four daughters
u. ROVIN may he an . . Diane Kaplan (Phil),
.y, •,:iplished artist, with Carolyn Leiderman (Frank),
eXnibitions everywhere, but Arlene Dunn (Jerry) and
her talents as a dancer are Marlene Feld (Dr. Julius)
equally in demand . . . . . They met at a (lance.
After the earthquake in
Lima, Peru, Bell returned to QUOTE ... A driver's atti-
Detroit via Venezuela and tude needs correction who
the islands . . In Caracas, tries to pass at an intersec-
she was offered a job with a tion."
(lance troupe from Trinidad,
SEEMS ODD . . . so
noted for its limbo con fuego many office buildings and
..41imho with fire) . . . How- vacancies . . . almost an im-
eVer, she was there to ar- possibility to fill them all
range a show at the hi-natu- . . and yet its still hard to
ral cultural center . . . and rent the one you want . . .
besides, Bell doesn't like to at the price you want to pay.
play with fire . . . She re-
cently concluded an exhihi- THAL tells' this one about
tion here of South American the fellow a little the worse
naintings at the Scarab for wear — and gin — who
'Club Gallery . . with her stumbled into a taxi and
works still on display ordered, "Take me over to
hrough September and Oc- the Northland Inn" . . • The
ober in the studios.
driver informed him that he
AL SRLAR OF Penn was already at the North-
urnitu re and 'Mildred land Inn and the gent •e-
aron were dancing- with plied. "Splendid. Just splen-
her partners when they did. But next time, don't
et at a Bnai Brith dance 40 drive so fast!"
years ago . . . .AI saw her, . LOOKING BACK ON
isked for a dance and "we've columns of yesteryear . . .
never left each other since,"
May 23, 1958 . . . "With
he says . . Invite to 40th all his flying and atomic
anniversary party for Al cannon work while with the
and 11Iildred Sklar, Sept. 1, 80th Airborne. the worst
at the Furniture Club, is the Jerry C1111 . \\" in got was an
brainchild of their nephew, upset stomach . . . Six
Nate Periss of Specialty w ee k s after leaving service,
Printing . . . It has their though, Jerry was struck in
original wedding picture on the face by a fan blade from
the outside . . . and a a revolving- high compres-
mighty good-looking- couple sion engine, and suffered a
they made . . . but not as splintered jaw . . . And so
good a one Os they do today. now he calls himself "The
REGARDLESS OF the Body Doctor," entering his
weather, tennis die-hards own business, Jerry Gur-
ti)ut there giving their rack- win's A utohody K lin ic on
ets a vicious whirl at Knob- Eight Mile Rd. and Pine-
in-the-Woods Apts. courts hurst."
arc Ted Sahara, Milt Stein
July 11, 1958 , . . "Hy
and Karl Berg.
Lewis, director of the Michi-
SPORTS BANQUET by gan Hypnosis Institute, giv-
Men's Health Club of the ing letter to his secretary to
Jewish Community Center type out and -going into
is set for Sept. 10 at the Rik- reception room to find her
shaw Inn, 6:30 . . men and asleep . . . Hy's secretary is
women . . Many folks are his wife Evelyn.
looking forward to a Janu-
ary opening of the new ul- Detroiter Makes
tra-modern Jewish Center.
(Rothenberg), w h o used
to sing around these
parts some years ago, is now
talent agent in San Diego,
Calif. . . . She and hubby
Bernie just became grand-
parents for the fifth time
. . . and Ruth is still singing
a happy song.
&et. 6 & 7 Mile Rds
WELL, PRETTY SOON (first of • it 1:in(i. they say)
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otb potit Office Inn
"THE GOOD OLD DAYS"
25 101 TELEGRAPH RD.
• SPIT BAR-B-QUED RIBS
• PAN-STYLE SQUARE PIZZA
• SOUPS BREWED IN OUR
• DAILY SPECIALS
• DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT
(JUST N. OF 10 MILE RD.)
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
1 1 a.m. TO 4:30 a.m.