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November 10, 1989 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-10

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LISTENING POST

N4,

Gobble Gobble Up
A Sweet Deal
At Compri

per room, plus tax
dbl. occupancy
Wed., 11-22 through Sun., 11-26, 1989

If you have friends and family coming in
for Thanksgiving, the Compri Hotel of Southfield
is a wonderful place to send your guests.
We offer all the comforts of home and more.
Rate Includes:
* Full cooked-to-order breakfast
* Daily cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres
* Free late night snacks
* Indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool and
Y.
exercise room
* Cable TV-HBO, CNN, ESPN

Advance reservations required
For further information or reservations
Call

357-1100

(Compri) Hotels

26000 AMERICAN DRIVE
SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48034

DINING EXCELLENCE!
SUPERIOR CATERING!
TWO GREAT TRADITIONS!

J

(inside Jacques)

Ask About Our
Excellent Catering
Facilities
For All Occasions

"LET'S MEET AT JOVAN"

Before and After
The Theater

Luncheon 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dinner 5 p.m.-11 p.m.
Friday 'til Midnight
Cocktails 'til 2 a.m.

Reservations accepted

Business Lunches

The perfect place to make
business an enjoyable experience

Elegant Dinners

Continental cuisine, fine wines, beautiful
atmosphere and wonderful service . . . the
choice ingredients for a gracious evening

Reservations Accepted

642-3131

Complete Catering

• Bar Mitzvahs • Weddings
• Showers
• Anniversaries
• Bat Mitzvahs • Birthdays
SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL
OUTDOOR ATRIUM

Call DONNA ROSEN

642-8890

642-0055

30100 Telegraph in Bingham Farms Office Plaza, Bet. 12 & 13

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FRIDAY,NOVEMBER10,1989

Smiles Continue
Through Generations

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

0

ne of the big joys of
his life is making
people smile . . .
laugh a lot, too . . . So you can
imagine the thrill Max Sosin
must have gotten when
reading about smiling and
laughter being discovered as
good for the health.
It's also no wonder the local
raconteur is feeling so good
these days . . . He too smiles
a lot and chuckles with others
after telling one of his goodie
stories or little remarks.
Max doesn't even have to
tell a joke to get smiles . . . He
brought much warmth, for in-
stance, to the Jewish War
Veterans of Russia who were
guests at the High Holiday
services of Congregation
B'nai David . . . Speaking
from the bimah in Russian,
Max welcomed the Jewish
soldiers who served in the
Soviet army.
He smiles with pride, too
. . . like telling about his and
wife Ruth's son Harvey tak-
ing 4 1/2-year-old daughter
Lindsey to school one morn-
ing in Boca Raton, Fla. .. .
While enroute, Harvey
pointed to a building and told
Lindsey that it was the tem-
ple they would be going to for
Rosh Hashanah . . . A few
days later, the little lass was
being driven to school by her
mother, Elizabeth, and as
they passed the edifice
Harvey had shown her, she
said, "Look, Mommy. That's
the Shirley Temple we're go-
ing to for Rosh Hashanah."
PEARL & MACK ...
sounds like a vaudeville team
. . . Partners Audrey Pearl
and Bill Mack really are a
show team . . . As financial
advisers they flaunt various
ways for people to make
money.
Pearl Advisory recently
held two-day open house with
a double purpose . . . showing
off their new offices in Far-
mington Hills . . . and presen-
ting three dynamic per-
sonalities in the world of
finance to speak to folks.
Leave it to them to do
something different . . . and
this time it had nothing to do
with money . . . Imagine
splits of champagne with
straws in each open bottle!
The seminars were such big
successes peple are already
asking them when the next
one is being held . . . Could be
that speaking programs like
this might become a regular
ongoing thing for Audrey and

Bill . . . each speaker short,
sweet and directly to the
point.

"I DO" DEPT. ... Linda
Levy, former localite, and
Rudy Wagner will do the
middle-aisle scene Nov. 18 at
Westwood Look Resort in
Tuscon, Arizonia.
I COUNT five reunions on
the same date . . . Nov. 25 .. .
Hope they are all sucesses,
but wouldn't it have been
nicer if the dates were apart
so old friends could attend
more than just their own?
Southfield High class of
1979, 7 p.m. at Sheraton
Oaks, Steve Cohen, 546-6868
. . . Mumford High class of
1959, 8 p.m. at Romas of
Bloomfield, Marlene Feins-
tein Slutzky, 355-2185; or
Arlene Rosner Weiss,
851-7791 . . . Oak Park High
class of 1979, 6:30 p.m. at
Fairlane Manor, Cathy
Lubanski, 661-9757; or Lisa
Woederman, 932-0006 .. .
North Farmington High
calss of 1979 at Laurel Manor
in Livonia, Lee Kendell,
465-2277 . . .
Schulze
Elementary class of 1967,
January and June, at Nifty
Norman's, Howard Hertz,
335-5000; or Sarita Lash
Bagdade, 661-2857.
Isn't a Southfield-Lathrup
High reunion also slated for
Nov. 25?
JOURNAL OF Institute of
Real Estate Management
tells about Jack Caminker be-
ing in Nairobi and Mombasa,
Kenya, Africa, on a real
estate assignment . . . It was
to assist a real estate com-
pany, with offices there,
restructure and reorganize
the group that had been hav-
ing organizational and
business problems.
FANTASIA by American
Lung Association with
fashions by Leah Marks is
this Wednesday evening at
Hyatt Regency-Dearborn .. .
Cocktails 5 p.m., dinner
7 p.m., fashion show 8 p.m. . . .
call ALASM, 559-5100.
CONGRATS ... to Calley
Marcuson . . . on her birth-
day. LI

Jan And Lee
At Coffeehouse

The Folktown Coffeehouse
of Southfield presents
Midwest folk performers Jan
Marra and Lee Murdock 8
p.m. Saturday in the
Southfield Civic Center's
Marcotte Room.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call, the Cof-
feeehouse, 855-9848.

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