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September 11, 1992 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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JET

JEWISH ENSEMBLE THEATRE

> , 1880s and the early 1920s on
the former strip farm of
0 James A. Van Dyke . . . His
namesake restaurant, Van
Dyke Place, built in 1901 as
the home of William Muir
Fink, is a perfect example of
a French townhouse . . . Tour
°folks will have lunch in the
11-year-old Van Dyke Place,
considered among our better
dining spots.
MAIL DEPT. . . . from
Laura Katz . . . "I shop at
Feldbro Meats in Farmington
Hills and in this day and age
it is nice to shop at a store
that greets the customer by
name. I have often heard the
owners not only ask
customers how they were, but
how their parents and even
grandparents were. I don't
know how long this business
has been around but I think
they have waited on some
families for generations."

REUNION DEPT. . . .

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Nursery." ❑

ENTERTAINMENT

Exciting

Today I am a Fountain Pen

by Israel Horovitz

A warm family comedy is first of the trilogy that includes our
2nd season's hit A Rosen By Any Other Name. The part of
Ardenshensky, will again be played by broadway actor Sol Frieder.

PERFORMANCES Oct. 21 - Nov. 8

PREVIEWS Oct. 14 - Oct. 18

The Queen's Physician

by Betty Neustat

Particularly appropriate during this year's 500th anniversary of
the expulsion of the Jews from Spain, this lush historical
drama is the fictional account of a romance between the
queen of Spain and her Jewish physician.

PERFORMANCES Dec. 6 - Dec. 27

PREVIEWS Dec. 2 - Dec. 6

Grown ups

by Jules Feiffer

A generous sprinkling of Feiffer's ascerbic wit spices this comedy
of contemporary familial currents. (The 'joke" may be closer
to home than any of us care to admit!)

PERFORMANCES April 25 - May 16

PREVIEWS April 21 - April 25

The Square Root of Three

by Michael Golder

Broadway's Sylvia Kauders recreates her role from the original
hilarious production about a not-so-elderly mother and the
surprise she brings back from her trip to Florida.

PERFORMANCES June 6 - June 27

PREVIEWS June 2 - June 6

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full season. All performances are in English, in the Aaron DeRoy Theatre
at the Jewish Community Center, 6600 W Maple Road, W Bloomfield.

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40th by Central High June
' - class of '52 is Nov. 7 at Hotel
Baronette. Call Adrienne
Goldberg, 547-2044 . . . 30th
by Mumford High class of '62
is in November at Fairlane
Manor. Call Chairperson
Sharon (Gould) Eaton,
661-2738; Fern (Stone) Edels-
tein, 559-5488: or Sharon
Tierce) Taylor, 851-9545 .. .
For info on the Oak Park
High classes of '73, 20th, call
Fran (Gurwin) Bell at
661-5274 . . . OPHS 30-year
by class of '62 is Nov. 28. Call
Barbara Mayers Brand,
,-, 661-2918; Mike Schlussel,
350-1143; or Linda Golden
Krieger, 399-5117.
EXPERTS ON global in-
vestments will speak at up-
coming presentation by
Audrey Pearl, CFP, 7 p.m. to
9 p.m., Sept. 16 in the atrium
of the building where she
hangs her coat, on 12 Mile
and Middlebelt.
ITALIAN COOKING is
very diverse . . . which is why
Andiamo's upcoming culinary
tour of this country's regional
fare will seem so interesting
. . . . It'll be a second-of-the-
month happening after the
first one on Sept. 14, 6 p.m.
. . . six-course dinners com-
plete with choice of wines and
each guest given the recipes
- used . . . $29.95 per person in-
[ _ cluding tax and tip.
Many of the regions (there
are about 20) will be combin-
ed because their cooking
styles and techniques are
similar . . . those being
C visited will be Piemonte and
Valle d'Aosta (Sept. 14),
Liguria, Lombardia, Tren-
t i no/Alto Adige,
,3
TriuliNenezia Giulia, Veneto,
' Emilia/Romagna, Toscana,
Umbria, Marche, Lazio,
Abruzzo/Molise, Campania,
Pugla, Basilicata, Calabria,

Sicilia, and Sardegna.
Andiamo owner Joe Vicari,
with Chefs Aldo Ottaviani
and Jeffrey Kay, are excited
about the presentations .. .
Andiamo is located on 14
Mile between Mound and Van
Dyke . . . Take a tip and make
reservations, 268-3200.
LOOKING BACK on col-
umns of yesteryears .. .
SEPT. 2, 1966 . . . "Myron
Cohen, in town at a local
nitery, told of a young girl
who was having trouble get-
ting married . . . In despera-
tion, her mother suggested
she put an ad in the paper .. .
The girl put in an ad that
read, 'Attractive, young
homemaker desires compa-
nionship of man seeking
same' .. . After a few days the
mother asked her daughter if
anyone answered her ad .. .
The daughter hesitantly
replied, 'Yes; Papa.' "
NOV. 4, 1966 . . . "Max
Sosin tells of the two part-
ners, Moe and Sam, with a lit-
tle store in the middle of a
side street . . . 'Sam,' said
Moe, 'I think we'd better quit
the store. Business is terrible.
We haven't done much
business all this month. I
think we better close up and
look for a job' . . . 'I can't
understand it,' moaned Moe.
`We're not doing any business
at all, and here in the paper,
Johnson says that business is
wonderful . . . 'Well; said
Sam, shaking his head slow-
ly, 'maybe he's got a better
location.' "
NOV. 4, 1966 . . . "Five
12-year-old youngsters in
Southfield are among the
younger generation starting
out right in this world .. .
Laurie Ginsburg, Debbie De
Silvio, Jan De Silvio, Barbara
Silverman and Joe Knox held
a play, sold Kool-Aid and pop-
corn and raised $16.68 .. .
This they gave to Eleanor
Riseman of Infants Service
Group to help the blind kid-
dies at Penrickton

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Synagogue Hosts
September Concert

The family of the late
Walter Litt and the Cultural
Commission of Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
will present the Walter Litt
Memorial Concert 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 22 at the synagogue.
The featured artist that
evening will be singer and
guitarist, Claude Kadosh. Mr.
Kadosh will offer Spanish,
Israeli, American and Jewish
selections.
There is no charge.

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Matinees

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Preview Saturday Nights

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