THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 25, 1985
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Squares" and Curtis played
Daddy .Warbucks in the musical
Annie on Broadway . . . Jerry
Herman wrote the score to Mame
. . His first big hit, Hello Dolly,
opened at the Fisher in November
SEEING SIGNS . . . Outside a
Phoenix auto-repair shop, "May
we have the next dents?" and
"Second-hand cars in first-crash
condition" . . . A Dallas dealer has
a more subtle approach, "Be a
wealthy pedestrian. Sell us your
car!" . . . The shop next door dis-
plays clothes for debutantes,
featuring "Convertible sun dres-
ses. Very sporty with the tops
down" . . . Offered by a drygoods
emporium in Allentown, Pa.,
"Bath towels for the whole damp
family" . . . By a chicken in-
cubator in Vermont, "Cheepers by
the dozen" . . . A furrier in
Kalamazoo says, "Be our miss in
lynx" and an alert fortune teller
in Asbury Park promises, "Your
problem solved, or your mania
cheerfully refunded" . . . Owners
of restaurants and grogshops are
in the forefront when the whims
blow . . . A tavern keeper in
Lexington advises, "If you drive
your _husband to drink, drive him
here" . . . A sign on wall of a diner
along one of the highways, "What
foods these morsels be!" . . . And a
Broadway delicatessen adver-
tises, "Today only! Homemade
imported caviar" . . . Another sign
that was taken down with health
laws warned, "If you don't smell
it, we ain't got it."
WHILE APPEARING here,
David Brenner told us about two
successful Chicago businessmen
who hadn't met since they were
classmates in a little southern Il-
linois schoolhouse, meeting in the
Loop one afternoon.
After the usual wistful reminis-
cences, one persuaded the other to
try "potluck" for dinner at his
home . . . "Potluck" wasn't very
good that night . . . An uncoopera-
tive and bored wife served up
some old cold cuts and a can of
preserved peaches and disap-
peared huffily toward her bed-
room . . . The host gulped down his
last bit of peach and boomed,
"Well, Joe, now that you've
broken bread at my house you'll
have to ask me to dine at yours
some time soon" . . . "Not a bad
idea," agreed Joe. "How about to-
"BON VIVANT" newsletter is
four-pager with first printing this
month by Glorious Food in Bloom-
field Plaza, Telegraph and Maple
. . . including recipes and much in-
One of the sections is called,
"Helpful Hints" . . . "White wine
takes red wine stains out — how-
ever, do not reverse this proce-
dure!" "Use a hot knife for cutting
cheesecake. It works better for
non-clump servings! Your every-
day blender can be used to grind
coffee beans. For freshness, keep