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March 24, 1989 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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THE BERKSHIRE HILTON IS
REASON ENOUGH TO RETREAT
TO ANN ARBOR THIS WEEKEND.

ONLY

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Of course, so are the antique shows,
the art museums and the shopping

A weekend in Ann Arbor is a roman-

tic interlude. Nestled in the Berkshire
Hilton, the two of you. Surrounded
in elegance, served with grace.
Venture out to the galleries, the
theaters, the shops and the antique
shows in Saline.
Retreat to the luxurious privacy of
your guestroom at the Berkshire. It's
like residing in a fine estate home. Later,
you'll enjoy the convenience of 24-hour
room service, a whirlpool or sauna, or a
few laps in our resort-sized indoor pool.
Come taste what happens when our
renowned European Chef Wally turns
his genius to American cuisine. You'll
find your favorite dishes have taken
on a whole new pizzazz.
Visit the Polo Lounge where
the sizzling sounds of Art Stephan's
piano provide the background for
an exciting evening.
So much to do, and the whole
luxurious weekend to do it. We have
even extended the check-out time to
3:00 p.m. on Sunday so you can enjoy
our sumptuous brunch. Call Sylvia at
761-7800 today to take advantage of
our extraordinary weekend rates. Be
sure to ask about our other deluxe
and family weekend packages.
Then, come to Ann Arbor and re-
member how romantic a weekend can
really be.

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The Berkshire is a place for the two of you to create magic moments
to remember

Our piano bar sets the mood for your
intimate dinner in the Polo Club.

THE BERKSHIRE HILTON

OF ANN ARBOR

Ltixury within your reach.

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STATE STREET AT 1-94

313/761-7800

'Per room. per night
Room rate only Subject to availability Not
available for groups. Offer expires 12-30-89

You can find your hearts desire in the shops, boutiques
and stores minutes from the Berkshire.

HOSTED IN THE FINE. TRADITION OF
ERIC YALE LUTZ & ASSOCLATES

NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

OCEANIA INN

Walton Blvd., & Adams, Rochester Hills
1 /4 Mile From Meadow Brook Theatre

OCEANIA INN •
Walton
Meadow Brook
Theatre

Oakland University



THE PANDA

Drake & Walnut Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield
1 Mile From Jewish Community Center

Blvd.

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Walnut
THE PANDA min

375-9200
Reservations

Maple

/17 :

Jewish Community
Center

and Carry-Out

Lake Rd.

661-1503
Reservations

and Carry-Out

BOTH FEATURING THE FINEST IN SZECHUAN, CANTONESE & HONG KONG . .
plus Elegant Gourmet Cuisine ... 7 Days AWeek ... Also Cocktail Hour

SUNDAY FAMILY BUFFET .. ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT . . . 12 noon to 4 p.

9-COURSE ROYAL GOURMET DINNER . . .

• By Reservation Only

6 person minimum ... $11

m.

7"per person

• Menu Changes Monthly

PRIVATE PARTY FACILITIES FOR ALL OCCCASIONS

EAT HEALTHY. TRUE AUTHENTIC CHINESE COOKING WITH
NATURAL FLAVORING AND VEGETABLE OIL

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Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

64

FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

70 Years Separate
Bar Mitzvah 'Twins'

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

I

t'll be Allen Braver's
second bar mitzvah .. .
but a very big one indeed
. . . Allen always said that if
God would let him reach the
age of 83 he'd love to make it
a duo ceremony with grand-
son Marc Goldman, son of
Alan and Edie Goldman .. .
and so it'll be . . . April 8 at
Temple Kol Ami . . . when
grandson and grandfather
will excitedly share the bar
mitzvah spotlight together.
TIME AGAIN for annual
bingo by Glennwoods Chapter
of Women's American ORT
. . . It's April 1, 8 p.m.,
at Jewish War Veterans
Hall, West 12 Mile Road be-
tween Greenfield and South-
field . . . 7 p.m., with all
proceeds to benefit ORT
schools across the country
and world . . . For more
info, call Irma Glaser, Glenn-
wood's fund-raising chair-
person, 354-6454.
CONGRATS . . . to Sarah
and Sheldon "Buddy" Man-
son . . . on their 42nd
anniversary.

MONA RAPPAPORT

recently won a gold medal in
the Los Angeles Marathon
. . . doing 26.2 miles . . . and
was interviewed on national
cable TV . . . Mona walks
every day seven or eight miles
in California and this area,
where she and hubby Dan
divide their time.
AT RECENT Variety Club
of Detroit meeting, Wayne
Fontes, Detroit Lions coach,
was speaker on bill with song-
stress Sherri Nichols . . .
After his talk, Fontes asked if
anyone had questions and gal
next to Dee Shapiro raised
her hand, but it was for
waitress . . . Dee, however,
said she had a long snapper
for him . . . her son, Mark,
who centers on punts and
points-after for Michigan
State University . . . Fontes
was quick to explain to the
audience what a long snapper
is.
DINNER-DANCE
by
Knights of Pythias, Detroit
Lodge 55, is April 15 at Fur-
niture Club, Swanson off
Telegraph . . . This is K of P's
105th year and Detroit
Lodge's new officers are .. .
Erwin Waldman, chancellor
commander; John Vreden-
berg, vice chancellor; William
Schneider, prelate; Leo Kauf-
man, master of work; Joe
Ehren, master of arms; Joe
Carrick, inner guard; Jamie
Craig, outer guard; P.C. Frank

Selman, secretary; and P.C.
Ben Harrison, treasurer.
NEW OWNER of Sunrise
Travel on Maple between Or-
chard Lake Road and Farm-
ington Road is Laura Martin.
YOUNGSTERS in Phyllis
Kohn's class at Adat Shalom
Synagogue nursery were
shown how to interview each
other and Rabbi Efrey Spec-
tre and Rabbi Elliot Pachter
. . . by Kim Lifton, Jewish
News staff writer, who visited
the classroom ... Result was
19 biographies in 19-page
"The Voice," which will be put
out each year
APRIL 10 is date when
sisterhood of Temple Beth El
hosts its "Spring Happening"
. . . proceeds benefiting Tem-
ple Beth El's educational pro-

A two-generation
team will share
the bar mitzvah
spotlight.

gram for Jewish handicapped
or retarded children with
special needs . . . Boutique
shopping begins 10 a.m. and
lunch by Mark Stein's Mark
of Excellence at 12 noon .. .
then stage revue with the
Great Pretenders imper-
sonating famous folks past
and present.
ERRATA, Typo, Etc. Dept.
. . . It's class of 1939 And
Earlier, not 1929 . . . having
its Central and Northern
Reunion, May 21, at
Michigan Inn.
Also, about Marvelous Mar-
vin's Museum opening soon
with 5,500 square feet at Tal-
ly Hall, law is that to be in
homes, coin-operated
machines, not those who own
them, must be over 25 years
of age.

COCO'S DEPT. ...

"Thanks and a big arf arf to
Ellen Ross at Greenfield
Animal Hospital on Green-
field in Southfield for making
me so pretty. All my dog
friends say it's exactly how a
French poodle should be
groomed. Next time I go
there, I'm taking her some of
my treats."

IF YOU'RE a safe driver
and a Southfield or West
Bloomfield uniformed cop
pulls you over, don't wonder
what you did wrong . . . He'll
be giving you a certificate .. .
not a ticket . . . to have a free
car wash from Jax Kar Wash
. . . through April 20 . . . Of-
ficers will be paying special
attention to seat belt usage of
all occupants.



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