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June 27, 2003 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-27

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ART IN THE WOODS

Arts & Entertainment

The Best Of Everything

June 28-29 • Saturday 10-5 • Sunday 11-5

JOKED FINE ARTS & GRAFTS

Live Music. Food. Children's Tent
Free parking

Located on the Grounds of the Huntington Woods Lutheran Church
12935 W. 11 Mile (East of Coolidge/West of Woodward)

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2555 W. I 2 Mile Rd.

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Ice Cream Parlour

Serving The Community Since 1964

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Living magazine; and
myself ... All must
bring them along
with the typed
recipe.
Winner will have
$1,000 donated to
charity ... and the pie
named after named after him or her fea-
tured on Bavarian Inn Restaurant's
MmmM!CH!GAN Foods Festival
menus during July and August.
FORMER CHEF at McCormick &
Schmick in Troy, Mark Kelly, is now the
food and beverage director at Big Buck
Brewery & Steakhouse in Auburn Hills.
His award-winning record is impres-
sive ... graduating from the American
Culinary Federation ... and being with
the Lettuce Entertain You Restaurant
Group, Levy Restaurant Corporation
and Chuck Muer Restaurants.
CONGRATS ... To Alfred Goldstone,
one of the 12 founders of Congregation
Beth Shalom ... on his 80th birthday ...
To Newton and Selma Freedman ... on
their 60th Anniversary ... To Bud and
Murt Sherbow ... on their 60th
Anniversary ... To Bernie Rappaport ...
on his 75th birthday.
FOR PREVIOUS owner of Excalibur
in Southfield, retiring from the restau-
rant business doesn't mean being away
from it ... He is now a salesman for a
local meat-packing company.
15TH ANNIVERSARY weeklong
celebration of Rattlesnake Club in
Detroit, ends Saturday, June 28 ...
included free with entrees is its delicious
signature white chocolate ravioli dessert.
KORN KORNER ... Saul Epstein
was taking an oral exam, applying for his
citizenship papers. He was asked to spell
"cultivate," and he spelled it correctly.
He was then asked to use the word in
a sentence, and, with a big smile, said,
"Last winter on a very cold day, I vas
vaiting for a bus, but it vas too cultivate,
so I took the subvay home."
OLDIE BUT GOODIE Dept. ...
Two Jews, Morty and Saul, are out one
afternoon on a lake when their boat
starts sinking. Saul says to Morty, "So
listen, Morty, you know I don't swim
too well."
Morty remembers how to carry anoth-
er swimmer from his lifeguard class
when he was just a kid, so begins tug-
crin, Saul toward shore. After 10 min-
utes, he begins to tire.
Finally about 100 feet from shore,
Morty asks Saul, "So Saul, do you sup-
pose you could float alone?"
Saul replies, "Morty, this is a hell of a
time to be asking for money!"

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