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July 12, 2002 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-12

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"Tremendous presentations Were made of two entrees -
New York strip steak and Salmon Coquilles. It is the Jewel
at the top of a dining crown of creation!"

REAL DETROIT WEEKLY

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PRIVATE PARTIES AND
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PRIVATE ROOMS'AVAI LA BLE

ONLY KOSHER PRODUCTS USED
IN THE PREPARATION OF ALL FOOD

OR RENT THE ENTIRE FACILITY

ALL FOOD PREPARED IN
SHIRLEE'S PRIVATE KITCHEN

LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF
FOURTH STREET AND LAFAYETTE ST.

32418 Northwestern Hwy.
bet. Middlebelt & 14 Mile Rd.
(248) 855-9463
Fax: (248) 626-8468
NibblesAndNuts.com
JewishCatering.com
www.VineyardDeli.com

NEXT TO THE ROYAL OAK THEATER

RESERVATIONS OR TO BOOK
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The Best Of Everything

block north of
Lincoln.

REUNION
DEPT. ... 45TH by

Mumford High class
of 1957 ... is slated
for Saturday, Aug. 24
... at the El Dorado
Country Club in
West Bloomfield ... For more info, call
Lois Rosner Rubin, (248) 626-9646.
THIS YEAR'S 10TH annual
"Summertime in Michigan" food big-
gie by Bill Kruse's restaurants, starting
Tuesday, July 16, through Aug. 31,
will include fruits and vegetables from
the area's farms and orchards, fish
from the Great Lakes and wines from
award-winning Michigan vineyards.
But a lot of folks will go gaga over a
couple of the desserts, too ...The hot
fudge creampuff stuffed with Ray's
Mackinac Island Fudge Ice Cream,
topped with Sander's hot fudge ... and
the yummy Bumble Berry Pie that is
baked fresh every day ... at all the
Kruse and Muer restaurants, Rochester
Chophouse, etc.
KORN KORNER ... A husband
and wife were having some problems
at home and crivinc, each other the
silent treatment.
The next week the woman realized
that she would need her husband to
wake her at 5 a.m. for an early morn-
ing business flight to Chicago. Not
wanting to be the first to break the
silence, she finally wrote on a piece of
paper, "Please wake me at 5 a.m."
The next morning the woman woke
up, only to discover that it was 9 a.m.
and she had missed her flight. Furious,
she was about to go and see why her
husband hadn't woken her when she
noticed a piece of paper by the bed.
"It is 5 a.m. Wake up."
OLDIE BUT GOODIE Dept. ... A
Jewish businessman warned his son
against marrying outside of his religion.
The son replied, "But she's convert-
ing to Judaism."
"It doesn't matter," the old man said. "A
non-Jewish woman will cause problems."
After the.wedding, the father called
his son, who was in business with him,
and asked why he was not at work.
"It's Shabbos," the son replied.
The father was surprised. "But we
always work on Saturday. Its our
busiest day."
"I won't work anymore on
Saturday," the son insisted, "because
my wife wants us to go to the syna-
gogue on Shabbos."
"See," the father said. "I told you
marrying outside your religion would
cause problems." ❑

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