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December 02, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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44 Friday, December 2, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Theme for 'Baby Book'

"In- -*the Beginning: the
Jewish Baby Book," pub-
lished jointly by the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods and the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, gives parents
the chance to create their
own album of Jewish
memories from the day
their child is born to the
youngster's first day of

(The Best of Everything)

school.
The volume, written by
Naomi Patz and Jane Per-
man, includes space to re-
cord facts pertaining to the
birth, a growth chart, a list
of "infant accomplish-
ments," suggestions for in-
volving young children in
Jewish holiday activities
and other ideas for your
child's Jewish education.

(Continued from Page 42)
original owners at Sero's on
Woodward . . . Dimitri him-
self will remain at the
Southfield locale . . . but you
can bet he'll use a lot of gas
riding back and forth.
JULIE ADLER was only
12 years old when she began
her dance teaching career
.. and in 1939, at age 15,
her first recital was at
YWCA on Witherell . . . fol-
lowed by many more ad
Masonic Temple and Art In-
stitute.
In 1941, she opened her
first dance studio in the
Linwood-Davison area .. .
After 18 years it was on
Wyoming and Curtis .
then schools in Oak P
_ ark
and Harper Woods ... . with
last locale Greenfield north
of 10 Mile . . . during which

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time she produced and
choreographed 40 dance re-
hearsals, presented various
charitable shows and TV
specials.
In 1967, Julie Adler
Sparage (married 38 years
to Ed) and four children
moved to Los Angeles . .
commuting 2,500 miles
every four-six weeks spend-
ing two weeks coaching and
directing her faculty in Oak
Park . . . Julie retired from
the dance studios bearing
her name when Dad, Joseph
Adler, former executive- fire
chief of Detroit Fire De-
partment, became ill . .
Then came her serious knee
surgery.
This is all a prologue of
Julie's new career ... 15
years ago, she met Joe
Tremaine in a Hollywood
dance class ... His career
blossomed as one of Hol-
lywood's top choreog-
raphers and teachers of
the stars ... When Julie
retired, she and Joe em-
barked on the Tremaine
Dance conventions ..
lucky to find a new career
in something she loved.
Tremaine Dance Conven-
tions comes to this area .. .
tomorrow and Sunday . . . at
Michigan Inn on J.L. Hud-
son Drive . . . called "The
Dance Experience" . . . Re-
gistration begins tomorrow
at 7:30 a.m. . . . and classes
at 8:30 a.m. . . . It'll be a
two-day seminar taught by
Tremaine and an all-
Hollywood faculty of top
choreographers.
Classes in jazz, tap and
ballet . . . with specifics on
technique, choreography,
musical comedy, routines,
auditioning dos and don'ts,
dance injury and prevention
and studio management .. .
At the close of the seminar
Sunday, various teacher
awards will be presented
plus Tremaine selecting six
local dancers who'll receive
$2,000 scholarships to the
Joe Tremaine Dance Center
in Hollywood.

IN THE LAST 22 years,
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places . . . Sakseys, nine
years; Alvaros, two years
.. and presently at DeLuca
on Woodward and 111/2 Mile
. . . 11 years come May.
DeLuca was opened by
Dennis DeLuca in March
1973 . . . Two months later
came Lenny . . . and he
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Dennis has consistently
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(Continued on Page 45)

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