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November 21, 1986 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-21

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967-3999
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mile Rd.

entirely in order because
your restaurant seats only 48
and is located off the beaten
track. A "no-show" costs you
money and it is unlikely a
"walk-in" will replace the
"no-show." I want to tell you
we had an excellent meal and
service and enjoyed ourselves.
The only regret we had is
that we didn't get a chance to
thank you personally."
George H. Blostein

THE
MUSICAL
CHANGE at Hurley's in
Northfield Hilton, Crooks and
1-75, is a big one ... No more
hard rock or overbearing
rhythmic noise.
Now, for at least three
months, Hurley's will have
Norma Jean Bell and The All
Stars ... a very fine musical
aggregation considered
among the top in this area.
A wall has been taken out
and the Norma Jean Bell
group of five gents and two
girls have a larger stage on
which to put out their fine
stylings.
Opening party welcoming
them had about 250 people in
a Northfield Hilton ballroom
. with many staying for
more Norma Jean at Hur-
ley's.
She is extremely talented
... singing, playing a mean
sax and clarinet and shaking
the place in melodious fash-
ion that has style.
Sam Salam, manager at
Hurley's almost two months,
is noted for his stalwart days
at Kingsley Inn ... New gen-
eral manager at Northfield
Hilton, George Remmers, is
already making an impres-
sion Jan Van Bergen
Henegouwen, food and bever-
age director, has given the
Northfield Hilton an added
dimension with his know-how
. . . Knowledgeable smiling
Nancy Glazer is making a lot
of friends as sales director ...
and new executive chef Jim
Mitchell from Lake Geneva,
Wis., is putting out food
people are enjoying.
Norma Jean Bell and The
All Stars appear at Hurley's
Wednesday through Saturday
... They really play a lot of
music.
YOUNG
VARIETY
CLUB of Detroit and Friends
of M.S. will have its "Music
on Main Street" concert ex-
travaganza, Dec. 7, 7 p.m. ...
at Tel-12 Mall's Restaurants
on Main Street.
Songstress Orthea Barnes,
Stanley Johnson, Norma
Jean Bell and The All Stars
and many more will
entertain.
Advance tickets are $25
and includes food, entertain-
ment and door prizes ...
Concert tickets are $10 and
$12 at door ... All funds
raised will benefit Young
Variety Club's charities for
children and research and
services for Michigan's M.S.
society.
For more details, call Eric

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Clark, president, YVC, 533-
7188.
"SATURDAY NIGHTS
Against Drunk Driving" is
new campaign by Center
Stage night spot on Ford
Road in Canton ... It is sup-
ported in part by New York
Seltzer Co. ... with series of
Saturday night dance parties
for guys 'n gals 16 and over
... that includes variety of
non-alcoholic beverages and
"mocktails."
THINGS I LIKE DEPT
... Coffee in glass cups ...
Just seems to taste better ...
Problem is that not too many
places have glass cups.
OVER 200 GUESTS ARE
expected to enjoy catered buf-
fet and bidding on original
works of art at Temple Kol
Ami, Walnut Lake Rd. ...
tomorrow, 7 p.m.
Preview begins at 7 p.m.
with the auction slated for
8:30 p.m. . . Chef John Van-
derwouw, C.E.C., will cater

the event, which will include
wine and foods similar to the
fine buffet enjoyed last March
... Marlin Art will donate a
door prize ... The Deer Park,
N.Y. firm will conduct the
preview and art auction ...
with biddings beginning
below $3 and going upwards
to $2,500.

DID YOU KNOW ... that
the coffee cherry, pits we
know as coffee "beans," was
first discovered in Arabia
2,500 years ago? ... At first,
the cherries were crushed,
kneaded into balls, and used
as food ... Later, a kind of
aromatic wine was prepared
from the fermented juices of
ripe cherries.
Coffee has value both for
its taste and stimulating ef-
fect ... As one story goes,
coffee was first discovered
when a goat herder noticed
how lively his animals were
getting after drinking it.

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No Retirement In Sight
For George Burns

OPEN FOR LUNCH AND DINNIER
11:00 A.M.-1:00 SUN.-THURS.
11:00 A.M.-2:00 A.M. FRI. & SAT.

GERRY MORRIS

29200 Orchard Lk. Rd. • Farm. Hills

Special to The Jewish News

(Between 12 & 13 Mile)

626-2982

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ou might say that
George Burns is the
Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb
and Joe Dimaggio of the
entertainment world. He is a
standout in every department
— radio, television, movies,
records, night clubs — and is
the author of six best-selling
books.
Burns hasn't just improved
with each of his 90 years, he
has blossomed.
Possessing impeccable tim-
ing, Burns manages skillfully
not to cross the fine line that
separates the naughty old
man from the dirty one, al-
though sometimes he comes
perilously close.
Like so many old-time
Jewish-American comedians
and song-writers, Burns
began on the sidewalks of
New York. Born Nathan
Birnbaum, he grew up on the
Lower East Side of Manhat-
tan and left school after the
fourth grade.
His pious father, a liart-
time cantor and synagogue
functionary who emigrated
from Poland, died when
George was seven. "If I said
my father was the worst pro-

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George Burns: making old
age fashionable
vider in the world, I'd be ly-
ing," recalled George, "but
only a little. It wasn't that he
didn't love us, because he did,
very much so, but trifles like
food, rent and clothing never
even crossed his mind."
The family survived, Burns
said, because "My mother
was a remarkable lady, with
a great sense of humor, and
she had a way of solving
problems and you didn't even
know she was doing it."
The young Burns also
helped. "When I was a kid, I
had to hustle to make money
for my family," he remem-
bered. "I was the breadwin-

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