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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-07

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Supplying jokes for political figures, Mark Katz
infiltrates the corridors of power

SUZANNE CHESSLER
Special to the Jewish News

had been dead for 68 days!"
The remark and others written by
Katz drew considerable laughter
ark Katz heard the
from the crowd and helped make a
phone ringing as he
successful event for the president.
stepped out of the
The appreciative Clinton com-
shower. His timing
ments made for greater days for
was good. He was able to answer a
Katz, too, as he relates in his new
coveted call from the White House.
book, Clinton eT Me: A Real Life
President Clinton was on the
Political Comedy (Miramax; $22).
other end of the line ready to com-
The above story and so many more
pliment his sometime joke writer.
— laughable and not so laughable
The thanks doted on a punch line
— are contained within its pages.
delivered by the new commander-
The author will discuss his book
in-chief at his first White House
and the experiences surrounding it at
Correspondents Dinner.
Women's American ORT's Visions of
"I'm not doing so bad," Clinton
Hope Dinner Sunday, May 16, at
had told the crowd based on Katz's
the Jewish Community Center in
research about first-term presidents.
West Bloomfield.
"I mean, at this point in his admin-
Katz will have the opportunity to
istration, William Henry Harrison
meet up with his former employer
because Clinton also will speak at
the event.
Doreen
Hermelin, guest
of honor for her
community lead-
ership and long-
standing advocacy
of the global
ORT network of
schools and pro-
grams, has some-
thing in common
with Katz. She
also has a direct
connection to
Clinton. A diplo-
macy partner
with her late hus-
band, David,
after Clinton
named him
ambassador to
Norway in 1997,
Hermelin enter-
tained for the for-
mer president in
her suburban
Detroit home.
During the pro-
A Real Life
gram, there will
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be a dedication of
the David B.
Hermelin ORT
Resource Center
"I think there will be some of the silliness and hoopla that
at the JCC, where
comes with a campaign, but the issues are pretty serious,"
visitors can explore
says Katz of the 2004 presidential election.
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