[NEW] To Tell the Truth – "I baked a birthday cake for JFK!"; PANEL: Dina Merrill (Jun 5, 1961) 2020

To Tell the Truth – "I baked a birthday cake for JFK!"; PANEL: Dina Merrill (Jun 5, 1961)

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PANEL: Tom Poston, Dina Merrill, Don Ameche, Kitty Carlisle

CONTESTANT #1: Korzak Zilkowski (Indian mountain sculptor)
CONTESTANT #2: Nancy Lowe (NASA secretary to the astronauts)
CONTESTANT #3: Martin Levine (Baker of John F. Kennedy’s birthday cake)
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16 thoughts on “[NEW] To Tell the Truth – "I baked a birthday cake for JFK!"; PANEL: Dina Merrill (Jun 5, 1961) 2020

  1. ky says:

    I Martin Levine am vice president of a baking company. Under my supervision twenty of our bakers recently completed a most unusual birthday cake. It weighed well over two tons and was served to six thousand guests at president Kennedy's official birthday party. For those interested homemakers with pencil and paper handy, here is the recipe for the president's birthday cake:
    cream four hundred pounds of butter and 400 pounds of shortening until soft beat in eight hundred pounds of sugar gradually add five hundred dozen eggs then beat well sift eight hundred pounds of flour three times and add baking powder and salt add the mixture of the
    flour and five gallons of apricot brandy ultimately to the egg mixture add 300 pounds of apricot jam add lemon juice and vanilla to taste and bake in a moderate oven for the frosting plan on an additional 400 pounds of shortening and eight hundred pounds of sugar signed, Martin Levine

  2. ZoneFighter1 says:

    Korzak Zilkowski died in 1982.The project is no were near complete. Many of the Lakota are actually against the project. They claim Crazy Horse would not approve, that carving any figure into the mountain is disicrating it.

  3. SD G says:

    do you know the special prerequisites for the astronauts like resistance to stress & things of that nature?
    "well they're all family men…that has something to do with their stability."
    i'm speechless.

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