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November 08, 1991 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-08

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(Between Middlebelt & 14 Mile)

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FOR ALL AFFAIRS
Holiday Gift Baskets
Special Party Assortments
and Trays

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name names, thus resulting
in his shunning by the movie
industry. He does come alive
in the scene where he con-
fronts the committee, but
that's too little too late. This
could have been so good."
DISA 'N DATA . . . 50th
reunion by Central High class
of 1941 at Troy Marriott had
over 370 ex-grads, with check
for $2,000 going to Children's
Hospital . . . a nice gesture by
Betty Jane Herman, Richard
Casey, Jerry Finn and others
on the committee . . . First
"Autumn Evening" by Cafe
Cortina, on 10 Mile east of
Orchard Lake Road, is Nov.
13, 7 p.m., with special five-
course wild game dinner
prepared by Chef Paul
Tootikian, plus harpist Nadia
Marks . . . Crescent Shrine
Club's Movie Night is Nov. 14
at the Towne Theatre on
Greenfield, south of 11 Mile,
followed by an afterglow .. .
After last two successful Cole
Porter productions, Punchin-
ello's newest now until Dec. 7,
on Friday and Saturday even-
ings, 9 p.m., has the music of
Jerome Kern (Showboat, Sun-
ny, Music In The Air, etc.)
from 1905 through 1946 .. .
It's in the downstairs in-
timate cabaret setting at
Punchinello's Birmingham lo-
cale on Pierce . . . Holiday gift
show to benefit American-
Cancer Society will be at the
Birmingham Community
House, 380 S. Bates, Nov. 20,
2 p.m. to 8 p.m. . . . It'll
benefit the Shirley Wimmer
Memorial Fund of American
Cancer Society which sup-
ports the Camp Catch-A-
Rainbow program for children
with cancer.
SID SILVERMAN, na-
tional president of the Zionist
Organization of America and
very likable localite, recently
dedicated the $2.6 million
Meyerhoff Theatre at the
ZOA House in Tel Aviv . . . It
now becomes the home of
Israel's famous "Kameri"
Theatre and the new estab-
lished Fishman Yiddish
Theater . . . Combined with
the Laker Audio Visual
Center (a gift of the Laker
family), the ZOA House has
emerged among the foremost
Israeli centers for culture and
the arts . . . At Kfar Silver,
ZOA's 520-acre educational
campus near Ashkelon, Sid
unveiled the newly upgraded
and re-equipped Irwin and
Bethea Green School of Agri-
culture (a gift of locals Irwin
and Bethea Green), a state-of-
the-art institution for agricul-
tural and horticultural
sciences.

A YOUNG FATHER

schooled in modern-day
psychology decided to use
every bit of knowledge at his

command to introduce the
new-born baby brother to his
little 4-year-old son . . . He
took the youngster by the
hand and walked quietly in-
to the nursery and lifted him
so he could see the new baby
. . . As it was getting close to
feeding time, the newborn
baby began to cry uncon-
trollably . . . The little
brother looked at the father
and said, "No wonder mom-
my hid him under her coat so
long!"

MORE DISA 'N DATA .. .

Third annual Lights,
Camera, Auction by Variety,
the Children's Charity, is Nov.
17, 5:30 p.m., at Northland
Theatre . . . Many people
won't forget that they were
the first to see Look Who's
Talking (a real sleeper) and
Kevin Costner in Dances
With Wolves, both at Variety's
Lights, Camera, Auction .. .
Sizzling Crab Restaurant
on Greenfield, just south
of 11 Mile, is the former locale
of Natraj . . . same owners,
totally different menu . . .
Skyline Club in Town Center
has been approved for danc-
ing . . . Next, Executive
Chef Michael Russell will
have slabs of margarine in-
stead of those little plastic
containers . . . Wonder if he
knows this is being given to
people who ask for
margarine? . . . It sure can't
be Michael's idea . . . he's too
good a chef to allow this.
DEFINITIONS: Genius,
someone who can rewrap a
new shirt and not have any
pins left over . . . Antique,
something no one would be
seen with if there were more
of them, but everyone wants
when no one has any .. .

LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns Of Yesteryears .. .
SEPT. 19, 1975 . . . "As is
the usual whim among young
children, 6-year-old Anne Sue
Green reported to her mother,
Shirley Green (Ed) that she
was leaving home . . . Anne
Sue had a few bits of clothing
in a paper bag and was off to
see the world . . . Shirley said
she would pack her a lunch
and wished Anne Sue the
best of luck, saying that if she
ever wanted to come back
home, her daddy and mother
would always be waiting .. .
It all seemed serious until
Anne Sue burst out crying,
"But Mommy, what'll I do
when it gets dark outside?"
JULY 29, 1966 . . . "Inter-
viewing a new typist for their
office, Sam and Paul Hoober-
man asked the girl if she
thoroughly understood the
importance of punctuation
. . . 'Yes, sir,' was the reply. 'I
always get to work on
time? " ❑

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$ 5.95 m.
• MASHED POTATOES
$ 3.75 11b.
• SWEET POTATOES WITH APPLES & CINNAMON PECAN TOPPING . . $12.50 ea.
• GRAVY
$ 4.50 qt.
• MINI CRANBERRY ZUCCHINI & PUMPKIN LOAVES $ 2.95 ea.
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