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August 20, 1982 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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.34 friday, Au ust 20, 1902

Discretion is the perfec-
tion of reason, and a guide to
us in all the duties of life. It

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(Continued from Page 32)

NATION'S RESTAU-
RANT NEWS writes .. .
"The new owner of A & W,
one of the oldest names in
the industry, plans to move
the operation's home office
to his headquarters near
Detroit' by the end of the
year, a spokesman for the
restaurants said.
"A. Alfred Taubman, the
shopping mall developer
who bought A & W from
United Brands earlier this
year, hopes to strengthen
his personal control over the
900-unit drive-in chain, the
source said.
"Taubman, whose home
base is Troy, Mich., is one of
the most important shop-
ping mall developers and
managers in the country.
"He is expected to has-
ten the research and de-
velopment of a new con-
cept for A & W restau-
rants which has been in a
holding pattern for the
last several years as
United Brands searched
for a buyer. Two test
units are, in his malls.
"He is also expected to
name as president an execu-
tive with broad experience
in franchising."
PHIL MARCUS ES-
SER'S new musical revue,
"Cole Porter at the Book
Cadillac" stirs up many
glorious . memories .. .
Downtown Detroit's only
dinner theater show, writ-
ten by Esser and co-director
Jeff Nahan, is a fast-moving
upbeat array of Cole Porter
songs interwoven with an
amusing dramatic look at
life in the Book Cadillac
Hotel and ,Detroit during
the 1930s . . . From the
show-stopping opening
number, "Anything Goes"
to a sensuous "Begin the
Beguine" and scintillating
"You're The Top" (an up-
dated version featuring De-
troit lyrics), the production
delivers what it promises
. . . a pulse-quickening,
toe-tapping sentimental
journey of some of Ameri-
ca's most familiar and favo-
rite show tunes,. .. Dining
is provided by the Book

Cadillac's beef buffet.
AFTER 13 YEARS of
apparel buying for Hughes
and Hatcher and four years
with Orbach's in Chicago,
Arlene Greer itched for in-
dependence and her own re-
tail boutique . . . This she
attained, but after buying
for "junior misses," her em-
phasis switched to high
fashion for the fuller figure.
Arlene, always a devotee
of fine dining, consumed her
way to 220 pounds . . . Her
newly-acquired outlook and
weight contributed to the
thinking "that it's how you
feel and how you're looked
at that counts, not how tall,
thin, big or small." . . . Ar-
lene's positive attitude and
self-confidence helped open
her first boutique, Special
People.
•After a short time persu-
ing love and fashion in Is-
rael, she is back with her
new store, Special Lady in
Harvard Mall, Lahser and
11 Mile.
Arlene makes at least
four buying trips a year
to New York City ... and
expresses her "large-
size" philosophy ... "If
you're *big, be bold, be-
cause bold is attractive.
Then take that sense of
boldness and dress to
compliment your expres-
sion — with. stylish -clo-
thing that fits."
With Over 30,000,000
women in this country
wearing a size 16 or larger
and 40 percent of those
under 35 years old, there
would seem to be a great
need of fashion for bigger
women . . . Special Lady
carries high designed fash-
ions in evening wear, busi-
ness suits, dresses, casual
wear and intimate apparel
. . . All clothing is altered or
redesigned to fit the largest
person.
New designs in a special
fashion show will be held
this Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at
Special Lady in Harvard
Row Mall.
GOOD THOUGHT
FOR restaurants . . . Sept.
13 is National
Grandparents Day . . . Plan
something for the proud
folks ... Last year, Chuck
Muer gave carnations if
they_showed photos of their
grandchildren . . . Children
under 10 had choice of menu
free if they brought the
grandparent to dinner .. .
Chuck also introduced an
"Adopt A Grandparent"
idea . . . for the many in
town with no one to take
them out that day.

Weber Show.
at NY Museum

Also Enjoy Our Fine Menu Downstairs In The
Beautiful and Intimate STEAK BAR

MEL BALL & COLOURS IN THE ANNEX

Wed. thru Sat.

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at Twelve Mile and Northwestern Hwy.

357-3430

NEW YORK — "Max
Weber: American Modern,"
opens at the Jewish
Museum on Oct. 5.
The exhibition will span
the 56-year period between
1903 and 1959 and will
comprise 150 paintings,
sculptures, prints and draw-
ings, some of which have
never before been shown
publicly.

Mrs. Navon Appeals for Kids

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
First Lady Ofira Navon of
Israel has called on world
opinion to demand that the
PLO release civilians held
in west Beirut — especially
women and children — and
that international organ-
izations spend the "many
hundreds of millions of dol-
lars allocated to help Pales-
tinians."
Following a session of the
Beit Hanassi "Conference
on Children," which sent a
delegation to Lebanon last
week, Mrs. Navon said
problems among Lebanese
children caused by the war
have , been statistically
"very small." The wife of
President Yitzhak
Navon asserted, however,

that the Lebanese institu-
tions refuse to take in PaleS-
tinian children, whose prob-
lems are much more serious
than those of Lebanese chil-
dren.
Economics
Minister
Yaacov Meridor, head of's-
raeli relief efforts for
Lebanese civilians, sup-
ported Mrs. Navon's pro-
posal for the establishment
of villages of refuge for
homeless children in Leba-
non "if there is a need." He
said Israel "is in touch with
Lebanese government
ministers" on helping ref
gees to winter in tent citie
or prefabricated houses.

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