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May 05, 1989 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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AN ELEGANT EXTENSION OF
YOUR OWN HOME

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our daughter's wedding. Your son's Bar
Mitzvah. Treasured events that bring friends
and family together. Ensure the comfort of
your out-of-town guests with a relaxing stay
at the Berkshire Hotel of Southfield or the
Barclay Inn of Birmingham.
Both are luxurious settings of warmth and
elegance; possessing an uncompromising level
of service. With all the grace and charm of your
own home.
The Berkshire. Southfield's Four-Diamond
hotel. Conveniently located one-half mile from
1-696 and the Lodge Freeway.
The Barclay. In the heart of downtown Birm-
ingham. Where your guests can browse among
fine restaurants, exclusive shops and art galleries.
The next time you have an important gathering,
make sure the accommodations are as special as
the occasion. Make it a home away from home.

Max Mark
Lecture Set

"Peace, Human Rights and
the Rule of Law" will be the
topic of the Max Mark
Memorial Lecture by
Michigan Congressman John
Conyers, chairman of U.S.
Government Operations
Committee and third ranking
member of the House
Judiciary Committee, on Sun-
day at 2 p.m. at Wayne State
University's Community Arts
Auditorium.
Highlights of the program
will include a presentation of
the Humanity in the Arts
Award to Professor Harold
Norris, Detroit College of
Law, for his book of poetry,
You Are This Nation.
The Birmingham Temple
Choir, directed by Dr. Arthur
Rose, will sing the "Ballad for
Americans."
The program celebrates
Law Day, the bicentennial of
the Constitution, and the
40th anniversary of the
Universal Declaration of
Rights. It is sponsored by
Wayne State University's
Law School, College of
Liberal Arts, College or Ur-
ban and Labor Affairs,
Department of Political
Science, and the Center for
Peace and Conflict Studies
and the Detroit Council for
World Affairs.
The public is invited. There
is a charge. Students will be
admitted without charge.

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THE BERKSHIRE HOTEL
OF SOUTHFIELD
26111 TELEGRAPH ROAD
SOUTHFIELD,MI48034
356-4333

HOSTED IN THE FINE TRAD

CHICKEN PAPRIKAS

(With Dumplings)

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

Tickets On Sale
For Center Play

Tickets are still available
for the Broadway musical,
Annie Get Your Gun, at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center. The show will
run Saturday, Sunday, Thurs-
day and May 13. For informa-
tion, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 341.

ALELUTZ & ASSOCIATES

$ 525

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RESTAURANTS-

LOUNGE

Fine Northern Italian
and Continental Cuisine

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Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ... Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW

Artist .Series
Plans Concert

The American Artist Series
will present a performance of
Debussy, Caplet, Bloch and
Smetana on Sunday at 7 p.m.
in the Kingswood Audito-
rium, Cranbrook, 500 Lone
Pine, Bloomfield Hills.
AAS Chamber Players,
Ronald Fischer and Linda
Sneedon Smith, violins; Hart
Hollman, viola; Jane Rosen-
son, Harp; and John Thur-
man, cello, all Detroit Sym-
phony artists, will be joined
by concert pianist and AAS
artistic director, Joann
Freeman.
Tickets are available at the
door.

DINNER

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THE BARCLAY INN
145 S. HUNTER BLVD.
BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009
646-7300

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352-4940

The Pike Street Restaurant

and its
Award Winning Executive Chef

Join Us For A Relaxed
Dinner
We Feature A Variety of
Veal and Homemade Pastas
Along with Steaks, Seafoods
and Poultry Selections
at Moderate Prices.
Also Serving Business Lunches
Monday through Friday

HAPPY HOUR
Mon.-Fri. 4-7 p.m.
1/2 OFF All Drinks in Lounge

Private Banquet Room Available
For 25 to 100 People

Entertainment Nightly

645 E. Big Beaver

DINING HOURS

1 Block West of Rochester

Mon.-Thurs. 11 am-10 pm
F1-i. 11 am-10:30 pm
Sat. 5 pm-10:30 pm
Closed Sunday

689-6920

Brian Polcyn

Invite You to Enjoy a
Wonderful Dining Experience

FINE DINING . . . CATERING . . . BANQUET FACILITIES

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Let Us Help You Plan Your All-Occasion Parties

Call For Further
Information & Reservations
NL3 West Pike Street off Wide Track (Woodward) • Pontiac

334-7878

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OPEN
MOTHER'S DAY

3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Reservations Suggested

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EARLY BIRD DINING SPECIALS

HOUSE

3020 Grand River
833-0700
Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
S erving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m.

All beef
aged in

our own

coolers

MON. THRU FRI. 4 p.m.-7 p.m., SAT. 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
• Spaghetti With Meat Sauce
$4.95
• Lasagna
$4.95
Includes: Soup, Tossed Garden Salad, Garlic Sticks

$5.95
$5.95

• Chicken Picanti
• Swiss Steak Jardenaire

Includes: Soup, Garden Salad, Vegetable, Garlic Sticks

12 Mile and Orchard Lake Road • Farm. Hills

851.4094

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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