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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-23

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Friday, May 23, 1986

t THE DETROIT JEWISH MEWS

OPEN 7 DAYS

MON.-SUN.
7 um. to 10 p.m.

BEST OF EVERYTHING

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ANKLIN SHOPPING CENTER
358-2353
29221 NORTHWESTERN, N. of 12 Mile

NEW SUMMER SPECIALS

ANYHOUR!

7 DAYS A WEEK!

• STUFFED FRESH CANTALOPE
• SARDINE PLATE • SALMON P LATE
• STUFFED TOMATO WITH TUNA • COLD CUT PLATE
• LARGE FRESH FRUIT PLATE
WITH COTTAGE CHEESE
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OPEN 1 DAYS. SUN.-THURS. 8 a.m.-10 p.m. FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m.-12 Mid.

WHAT STARTED OUT only; :. -
four years ago as 'just another,- -..-
affair," ... has now turned into-
one of this area's premief - I
attendance gatherers.
Well over 1,•00 people-
attended the fourth annual
black tie dinner by Michigan
Cancer Foundation ... and it is
well to observe that more thari.'
'ever before also enjoyed them-
selves.
No more grumbling about "be-
ing in the back" .-. . Everybody
had a good table seat ... as the
extremely clever idea of head
tables at two ends of the room
allowed all to be a part of the
affair.
I've been to shindigs where
there have been too many
people for one dais, so they
stack head tables on tiers ...
The Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion dinner leaderS are much too
clever for this sort of thing ...
Why not make it so everyone
could enjoy the goings-on ...
The stacking way is actually
Selfishly trite . . . without in-
genuity ... Nobody can call
MCF a selfish or stereotyped
'- orgalEtizationI', . that's for sure.
I r,a1 ar-
Even
the fable fl d
-
Kariaoments were such-. that
block.' anybody's view .. .
They rested on long, thin vases.
Mort Crim, dinner general
chairman, held sway at one
head table ... while the always
.effervescen,t David Hermelin;
board of trustees chairman 'and
board of directors .member, was
across the room with another
mike ... and second head table.
Excellent music by Johnny .
Trudell's band permeated
throughout the dinner on soft,
rhythmic background pattern.
After Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
of Temple Beth El delivered the
invocation, a fine dinner was
followed by Master of Cere-
monies David's salute to Michi-
gan Cancer Foundation ...
greetings from MCF President
Dr. Michael J. Brennan ...
celebrity greetings and words
from Martin Milner (Route 66
and Adam 12), songstress Della
Reese, Bruce Weitz (Belker on
Hill Street Blues), Max Gail
(Barney Miller) and Norman
(Three's Company) and Karen
Fell, last year's honorees.
Then a large screen showed
video messages from former De-
troiters Henry Morgan, Ed
McMahon, Dick Martin, Burt
Reynolds and Smokey Robinson.
The speakers were impressed
by two head tables at each end
of the room ... and many told
the large audience that every
person who attended this Michi-
gan Cancer Foundation dinner
was a celebrity.
Dave gave a magnificent trib-
ute to the late Paul Zuckerman,
who passed on recently from
cancer . He read a resolution
and gave framed tribute to
Paul's wife, Helen, an honorary
co-chairperson of the dinner.
Prior to the dinner was an-
other feather in the caps of MCF
dinner planners . . . Instead of
having the celebrities huddled
in a room and then coming out
to take their head table seats
.. the attendees loved having

this year's celebs mingle among
them . . . and the stars enjoyed
it also . "It made pie feel more_ _
like being a part of this great -
affair," said Bruce Weitz, "in-
stead, of someone on display."
Not too many could recognize
Bruce . . . and were actually
shOcked when told who he was
. On Hill Street Blues he
wears a heavy mustache and
bap . . . and is an undercover
street cop.
Betty and Nat Korash looking
wonderful ... married 41 years
. . Sam Krinsky a standout
with his light gray tux ... as
wife Marcia beamed ..... Mona
and Dan Rappaport looking
swell - as usual ... People take
her as Linda Solomon's sister,
not mother . . . Mona and Dan
are a beautiful couple back
after five months in California.
Evening before was a patron
buffet dinner and get-together
at sumptuous home of _Doreen
and David Hermelin ...'-Thank
heavens it was light out. this
year .. •. no way to get lost like
last- year. .
A beautiful night .
over 200 people filling one room
of the huge Hermelin home
and walking about the glamor-
ous _grdunds . . . looking unbe
lievingly at the large, oversized
are pieces at Doreen's . and -
David's acres of lawn.
Each year, Barry Solomon
wears the tag of someone else
. This year, it was "Mayor
Coleman Young" as he asked for
campaign funds ... (One time,
his tag read, "Linda Solomon's
husband.").
Why wife, Linda Solomon,
photog/journalist writer and
photographer of Detroit News
"Star Tracks" and "Click" col-
umns cut her hair again I'll
never know ... It's now above
.her waistline ... honest ...
Linda, just a couple of years
ago, used to have absolutely
gorgeous tresses that hung well
below her waist ... "After
says Linda, "I'm getting older"
... Bunk, I say ... Elizabeth
Taylor was a lot older when she
let her hair fall down for Mike
Todd ... and it was very long.
But cutting or no cutting,
can't take away the sweetness of
this very personable and ex-
tremely talented pretty young
lady . . . Photographer of the
stars and super writer Linda
Solomon is certainly a shining
star herself.
Norman Allan leaving an af-
fair at his beloved Adat Shalom
Synagogue to be with Doreen
and David ... told by Dr.
Michael Brennan that the gold
jewelry around his neck was
outstanding ... "This one," pro-
udly said Norman "is a Star of
David" as the fine Dr. Brennan
nodded knowingly.
Bruce (Hill Street Blues)
Weitz not telling anyone, but he
finally passed the bar as an at-
torney in California . . . after
seven years . . . Ricki Nederlan-
der so pleasant ... always smil-
ing ... Stu Gorelik, Molly
Waldman, Sydell and Jules
Schubot, Beverly and Marty
Miller ... the usual light repast
buffet . and some absolutely

great pastry desserts by Gloria
Leader ... Shelly Golden wear-
ing darkened glasses with white
rims ... Mort Zieve playing
piano before the many guests
arrive. "I only play my own
compositions," says Mort . . .
Mary Lou Zieve as sweet as ever
... Sylvia Gershenson Sloman
and hubby Norman Sloman,
Paul Borman and so many
many others who enjoyed the
ultra graciousness of Doreen
and David Hermelin.
Those who attended the
Hermelins' pre-dinner cocktail
party day prior ... and MCF's
Fourth Annual Dinner, helped
support magnificent cancer re-
search achievements ... and
home care service for cancer
patients.
Forget about the $150,000
goal-set for the affair this year
. The figure reached more like
$200,000! . . . This wonderful
diaplay of philanthropy and
humanitarianism once again
proved . the magnanimous,
charitable heart this community
has forr - Michigan Cancer Found-
ation and its.very fine workers.
DENNIS FOON, former . De-
troiter, now a Canadian resi-
dent, won British Theater ASso-=
ciation award in young people's
category ... Anthony Hopkins
was voted beSt actor. -
Dennis' award-whining anti-
racist play Invisible Kids was
staged last November at Un-
icorn Theatre in Londciii:.
His Green Thumb Theater in
Vancouver puts on plays that
are far cry from Goldilocks and
the Three Bears . . . It takes
topics like .sexual abuse, can-
nibalism, incest, racism, bigotry,
etc. ... and presents them to
school audiences in a form they
can digest.
AMAZING FACTSin rapid
growth of Brass Pointe Restau-
rant, Orchard Lake Rd. and Ten
Mile ... 4,000 people a week ...
eating almost 500 broasted
chickens (they come in various
amounts of pieces) ... and about
2,000 pounds of Irving Fenkell's
best barbecue ribs.
FLORINE MARK, president
of Weight Watchers of Michi-
gan, says ... "How we feel
about ourselves and how we
react to the way life treats us
often has an impact on our eat-
ing habits.
"Remember the last time you
had the 'blues' or were tense,
angry or just plain bored? Think
about the way you handled the
mood. Chances are, you took
your problem to the refrigerator.
If you did, you are among
thousands of people who react
with problem eating when a bad
mood strikes.
"A sort of 'vicious circle' can
be identified which characterizes
such problem eating. See for
yourself if this doesn't hit home:
"First, something happens
that puts you in a bad mood.
"Second, you eat a little bit,
just to treat your problem feel-
ings.
"Third, you feel badly that
you ate something you shouldn't
have.
"Fourth, you condemn your-
self for 'having no will power.'

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