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November 01, 2002 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-01

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Arts & Entertainment

The Best Of Everything

5‘ettee 06

Is Now Taking Orders
For

Thanksgiving Dinner

Potato Lathes

with all the trimmings an
also A La Carte

for Hanukah
Homemade In Our Own Kitchen

Only certified-kosher
products used in the
preparation of Shirlee's food

32418 Northwestern Hwy.

(248) 855-9463

Between Middlebelt & 14 Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills

Fax: (248) 626-8468
Blooms@VineyardsDeli.com

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19 Years of serving Homemade style food
at Reasonable Prices!
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Over 20 Lunch & Dinner Specials served Daily!

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• Omelettes & Breakfast
Specials Served Daily

• Chicken Caesar Fajita
Roll-Up Sandwich
• Sizzling Chicken Fajitas

• Great Eggs Benedict's

• Taco Salad

• Try Our Turkey Sausages

No Cholesterol
990/0 Fat Free!

• Stuffed Cabbage

• Baked Short Ribs

• Crab Salad Plate

• Roasted Duck

• Grand Traverse Salad

• Lake Perch

• Our "Famous"
Greek Salad

• Pot Roast

(All Dinner Served With
Homemade Bread, Soup,
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Served With Soup,
Salad or coleslaw

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SENIOR CITIZENS
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DINNERS

FABULOUS
SELECTION
AND
VARIETY
READY FOR
YOU TO
PICK-UP
ON THE
WAY HOME.

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CALL AHEAD
OR FAX YOUR
ORDER, IT
WILL BE
HERE
WAITING
FOR YOU.
WHAT
COULD BE
EASIER?

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WHAT'S EATING
KIRSBAUM?
www.detroitiewishnews.com

coming to her office
years ago ... who had
been everywhere in
the world ... and
wished there was
somewhere else inter-
esting to visit.
The cruise will be
for alumni of all years.
WHEN MANY men come home
from work, they get out of their fine
duds and put on some old blue jeans
among more comfortable clothes.
Not Bill Olive ... He's just the
opposite ... Bill is an ace plumber and
works in jeans and older clothes
everyday ... When he comes home,
Bill's ritual is to take a shower, put on
some after-shave lotion ... and get
into a clean shirt and pants ... like he
and his wife of 45 years, Sally, are
going out.
It's Bill's way of relaxing after work
... but Sally Olive, hostess-,rnanager at
Big Daddy's Parthenon, says she loves
him regardless of how he dresses.
CONGRATS ... to Margo Kisk, fine
personable waitress at Milk & Honey
restaurant in the Jewish Community
Center ... on her 23rd birthday.
MICHIGAN CLUB in Florida has
numerous activities planned for
Michigander snowbirds coming to
Florida this winter ... For more info, call
Bob Fox, president, (561) 496-2304.
KORN KORNER ... From Lillian
Zellman "With the upcoming
Olympics, I am reminded of the young
man carrying a long slender pole, who
takes a cab to the Olympic arena.
"The cab driver: Are you a pole
vaulter?'
"The young man: 'No, I'm German,
but how did you know my name is
Walter?"'
AN ELDERLY RABBI, having just
retired from his duties in the congre-
gation, finally decides to fulfill his life-
long fantasy — to taste pork. He goes
to a hotel in the Catskills in the off-
season (not his usual one, of course),
enters the empty dining hall and sits
down at a table far in the corner. The
waiter arrives and the rabbi orders
roast suckling pig.
As the rabbi is waiting, struggling
with his conscience, a family from his
congregation walks in. They immedi-
ately see the rabbi and, since no one
should eat alone, they join him.
Shocked, the rabbi begins to sweat.
At last, the waiter arrives with a huge
domed platter. He lifts the lid to reveal
the suckling pig.
"This place is amazing!" cries out
the rabbi. "You order a baked apple,
and look what you get!" ❑

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