THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 23, 1984
AT APPLEGATE SQUARE
Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster Rd.
Dining and Cocktails
pared by Chef Theodore Mit-
BEGINNING DEC. 3, be-
tween the hours of 7 and 10 each
Monday morning, Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel will give coffee
and donuts to all Detroit area cab
drivers who stop in . . . The hotel
is calling Mondays "Cabbie Day."
TICKET DEMAND for the
popular musical Do Black Patent
Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?
has done what it did back in 1981
. . . prompted an extension of the
Scheduled to close this Sunday,
it'll run through Dec. 16 at Bir-
mingham Theater on S. Wood-
Birmingham Theater and
WOMC-FM host their annual
"Care and Share Holiday Food
Drive" this Monday at the thea-
All donations of non-perishable
food items will be used by the
Capuchin Mission Soup Kitchen
to assure hundreds of needy
families a holiday dinner . . . Be-
cause hunger is still a serious
problem, the Capuchin Soup
Kitchen continues to feed many
who would not otherwise have
lo puuuus of canned.,
boxed or dried food, the donor will
receive one ticket to Do Black Pa-
tent Leather Shoes Really Reflect
Up? . . . Hours for food collection
are 3 pm. to 7 p.m. in the Bir-
mingham Theater lobby . . . with
cider and donuts . . . Tickets are
limited to the first 400 people.
GABE ZAWIDEH, owner of
Kingsley Inn on Woodward with
brother Sam and son Ramsey, re-
cently returned with wine buying
trips ... to share much knowledge
with Sam, his daughter Layla,
marketing director, and Sam's
son Jerry, head of kitchen and
dining room operations.
Gabe and wife Julie went to
France and Germany . . . wit-
nessed the Culinary Olympics in
Frankfort . . . and ate at three
Michelin Guide top-rated restau-
rants . . . paying up to $120 per
couple for lunch.
Ramsey, who was amazed at the
great strides made by California
wine producers, is Kinglesy Inn's
beverage manager and general
is against the law to eat peanuts
in church or to use tomatoes in
making clam chowder . . . A citi-
zen may not carry a lunch pail on
the public streets Riverside,
Calif. . . . and you must not peel an
orange in a hotel room anywhere
in the state . . . According to an old
Detroit law, banana peels are not
to be thrown in the streets for fear
of injury to horses . . . A New Jer-
sey state law passed in 1929 states
that "no hotel restaurant or din-
ing room or kitchen hall be used
for a sleeping or dressing room by
an employee or other persons" .. .
During wartime, a New York
court ruled that "the defendant
will be restrained from selling
pickles, but not from serving them
with meals as a substitute for but-
THIRD ANNUAL Pasta Eat-
ing Contest to benefit the Muscu-
lar Dystrophy Association is this
Tuesday, 9 p.m., at McFrock's,
Orchard Lake Rd. and 12 Mile.
ped Sam to visit Dr. Slotsky for
"hormonies" . "Are they good?"
Sam asked . . . "Good?" hollered
his friend. "When a horse got to go
to stud they send him first to
Slotsky. If he can fix up horses,
imagine what he can do for you."
. . . Four weeks later, Sam met his
friend who asked, "Well, did you
see Slotsky?" . . . "Every day for
four weeks," Sam beamed . . . "Did
it help you with your wife?" his
friend wanted to know . . . "Wife
nothing," answered Sam, "but
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A Great Detroit
IN PURCHASING WINES,
it's well to remember that some
domestic wine is superior to an
obscure imported wine offered as
"a bargain" . . . Origin is no
guarantee of excellence.
Try wines of all kinds _
lifetime you couldn't try them all
. . . If traveling in Europe, try the
wines of the region you are visit-
ing . . . For example, in Germany,
drink Moselles in Trier and Rhine
wines in Wiesbaden . . . Don't
order Burgundy wine in Bordeaux
or ask for a bottle of Medoc in
Dijon or Beaune . . . Wines are
best enjoyed where they are born
. . . Generally speaking, drink the
drier wines before the sweeter and
the younger before the older .. .
White wines, dry or sweet, taste
better served chilled, while red
wines are best enjoyed at room
temperature except perhaps in
very hot climates . . . But there is
no law in these matters . . . only
IN THE HANDS of a real pro
like Myron Cohen, the fine art of
dialect has survived ... He is also
one of the very few experts who
have! . . . Dialect king Cohen likes
to tell about the two partners in
the cloak and suit business who
were having an argument . . . The
senior partner said, "You're so
crooked that the wool you're pul-
ling over my eyes is 50 percent
LOONEY LAWS DEPT. ...
In Houston, Texas, the law stipu-
Or the one about the two Jewish
lates that you cannot buy rye
women in Brooklyn who were
bread, goose liver or limburger
talking and one said to the other,
cheese on Sunday, and if you do,
you cannot take it out of the store _"If I live, I'll see you Wednesday —
if not, Thursday."
. . . An old Los Angeles ordinance
The late and great Bill Robin-
states that pickle-making, carried
on at any point within the city son, foremost black star of his
time, used to get howls with the
limits where the aroma might of-
one about a little black soldier
fend the nostrils of a passerby, is a
violation of the law and punisha- - who tried to break out of camp and
was stopped by the guard . . . He
ble by a fine . . . In farawaY Con-
necticut, it is illegal to sell pickles told the guard, "I've got a mother
in Heaven, a father in Hell and a
which, when dropped 12 inches,
girl in Harlem — and I'm gonna'
collapse in their own juice .. .
They must remain whole and see one of 'em tonight!"
Last time Myron Cohen ap-
peared in Detroit was at the
In Evansville, Ind., it is against
former Michigan Palace . . . I still
the law to sell hamburgers on
remember him telling about 68-
Sunday . . . and in nearby Iowa, it
year-old Sam who was getting
is illegal to serve food in pool-
complaints from his wife about
rooms or barber shops . . . Des
Moines also has a regulation for- their romantic life . . . "I am not
bidding booths or partitions in the man I used to be," apologized
Sam. "I ain't got it — I had it —
In the state of Massachusetts, it but I ain't got it" . . . A friend tip-
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• 31646 Northwestern Hwy.
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Fri., Sat., Mon.,
Tues., Wed., Thurs.
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Sun. 2:45, 5:00 7:10, 9:20
Where Movies Cost Less
Orchard Lake & Cass Lake Rds.
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Mon. & Tues.
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when a second admission is
Fri., Sun., Wed. & Thurs.
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"GARBO TALKS" (PG13)
2:30, 4:30, 7:15, 9:25
Mon.-Thurs. 7:00 & 9:10
II - Spectacular Double Bill!
"FIRST BORN" (PG13)
2:15, 7:00, 10:55
Mon.-Thurs. 9:25 only
"KARATE KID" (PG)
Fri., Sat.-Sun. 4:00 & 8:45
Mon.-Thurs. 7:15 only
EVERY WEEK A NEW
DINNER SPECIAL—NOV. 23 THRU NOV. 29
CHOPPED SIRLOIN t
SMOTHERED IN ONIONS!
INCLUDES: TOMATO JUICE OR SOUP, SALAD,
POT. OR VEG. AND BREAD BASKET
CARRY-OUT SPECIALS—NOV. 23 THRU NOV. 29
Our Own Homemade
k $49 8 lb.
COLE SLAW Or
Reg. $1.20 lb.
HOLIDAY TRAY ORDERS
NOW BEING TAKEN
• 6 MEATS • CHEESES
• COLE SLAW • POTATO SALAD $
• RELISHES • MUSTARD
• RYE BREAD