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January 27, 1990 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-27

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GROOM'S MOTHER

sparkle as she looks at him. He glows
with pride. "She is with me."
I am not surprised when they are
engaged soon after. I marvel at our
good fortune and his.

Start off your new life together in Omni style,
with the Omni Wedding Package. Imagine be-
ing whisked away from the ceremony by a
chauffeured limousine, enjoying a sumptuous
three-course feast with your guests, and spend-
ing your first night as husband and wife in the
luxurious surroundings of the Omni, Detroit's
premier hotel.
For just $33.75* per person, you and your
guests will have the time of your lives. here's
what you'll receive:

• ro ur Hours of Hosted Omni Bar
• C hampagne Toast
• F ull Three-Course Dinner including:
Soup du Jour or Tossed Mixed Green Salad
Entree — Your Choice of One:
Roasted Chicken (one half), Prime Rib,
Chicken Cordon Bleu, Baked Scrod
Three Vegetables, Rolls and Butter
Wedding Cake
Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Tea

make your special day even more special,
ll include the following Omni amenities at
extra charge with your wedding package:

• Accommodations in the Omni Classic
Bridal Room
• Limousine service from your ceremony to
the Omni Hotel
• Reduced room rates for all your
wedding guests
• Fitness Center privileges for the
bridal party
• Changing rooms for the bridal party
• Breakfast for the Bride and Groom
• The Omni Wedding Guide

The Omni International hotel — an elegant
way to celebrate your future.

Minimum number of guests required —

Friday or Saturday: 100 guests

Sunday: 50 guests

OMNI e INTERNATIONAL HOTEL

AT MILLENDER CENTER

333 East Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 222-7700

16 Brides 1990

At college, he fools around
and drinks and flunks out
in his first year. Then he
pulls himself together.

And here she is now, my lovely
daughter-in-law, coming down the
aisle with her parents. The feeling of
joy in this chapel is so strong, I can
feel it in my bones and my smile
deepens. Her parents come to join us
as our son walks to his bride and takes
her arm. Her dark beauty is startling
against the white lace.
As I watch them come towards us,
I know for certain that I will not cry
at all. I look at my husband. He, my
partner in this venture, smiles back at
me. We know the best is yet to be.
Silently, in Hebrew, I recite a bless-
ing that seems so appropriate for this
special moment:
"Blessed art Thou, Lord our God,
Ruler of the universe, who hast kept
us in life and sustained us and enabled
us to reach this happy season." El

Less Stress

arried men have less
psychological stress than
their wives, according to
a Cornell University
study of 800 married couples. Men
whose wives are homemakers exper-
ience less stress than men whose
wives work.

Elaine Wethington, an assistant pro-
fessor of human development and
family studies at Cornell, found that
among lower class working couples,
the husband's stress is caused more
by perceived failures at providing for
his family, which force his wife
to work. Fl

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