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March 26, 1993 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-26

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Maze ! T ov !

Whatever the occasion - wedding,
bar mitzvah, anniversary, or holiday -
Southfield Hilton Garden Inn has a
great deal for you.

So remember us for your next
simeha and get a deal that will
win you congratulations all
around.
$49*

BIG ROOMS

SMALL PRICE

We'll give your visiting guests
spacious, haimish accommodations
at our low BounceBack Weekend
rate, plus free continental breakfast.
And we'll give you the perfect setting
for a party or reception, with Kosher
caterers always welcome.

][

Southfield

GARDEN INN

Lisa Bellaver, Marci Kass and Susan Susi of JCC Women's Health Club.

SOUTHFIELD HILTON GARDEN INN • 26000 AMERICAN DRIVE • SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48034 • 313-357-1100
For reservations or information, call I-800 HILTONS. Ask about our corporate rates.

Spring Fantasy At
JCC Health Club

*Offer valid every Thursday (with Saturday stay), Friday, and Saturday until 12/27/93.
• Rate subject to change. Limited availability, advance booking required.
Rate does not include tax or gratuities and does not apply to meetings, conventions, or other promotional ofJ'ers.

+1,SONINIMER

ENJOY
THE BEST
AUTHENTIC
CHINESE FOOD
AT MODERATE
PRICES AND
CHILDREN'S
MENU, TOO

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ LOCAL COLUMNI ST

ATeatti

RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

ALL•YOU•CAN0EAT
SUNDAY BUFFET
AT OUR SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY

LUNCH BUFFET SERVED 11 a.m. TO 3:30 p.m.

$

695 per person $ 495
Children 10 & Under
tip

Tax and

I COUPON I

$295

DINNER FOR 2

$

1395 FOR 2

INCLUDES SOUP OF THE DAY & 2 EC4.,
ROLLS, ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN,
BEEF WITH BROCCOLI, FRIED RICE,
HOT TEA OR COFFEE. • DINE IN
ONLY

• No Substitutions, Please
• Not Good With Any Other Discounted Offer
• Coupon Valid Only at Southfield Location

OUR OTHER LOCATIONS

ROCHESTER HILLS
2601 S. Rochester Rd.
(North of Auburn Rd.)
852-0170

THE DETRO IT J EWIS H NEWS

$10

82 '10

ROSEVILLE
20753 13 Mile Rd.
(At Little Mack)
293-4640

not included

DINNER BUFFET SERVED 4:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

r

$ C95

I" per person 61 Children 10 & Under
Tax and tip not included

I

COUPON I

20% OFF

DINNER OR CARRY-OUT

• Not Good With Any Other Coupon
or Sunday Buffet

• 1 Coupon Per Guest Check

• Expires 3-31-93

JINI

11 MILE ROAD BETWEEN LAHSER & TELEGRAPH
FAX:354-0647
SOUTHFIELD
354-3700

10

COUPLE CERTIFICATE

This certificate redeemable at PEPPI'S when 2 people dine
and the Guest Check totalling any combination of appetiz-
ers, entrees, beverages or desserts exceeds $30*.

Dining Room only.
•Not valid with any other offer • One Certificate per couple

VALID ANYTIME 11 a.m. TO 10 p.m.
INCLUDING WEEKENDS!

3210 HIGHLAND RD. (M-59) AT ELIZABETH LAKE
Waterford.
682-6200

"Tax and Gratuity Extra

Expires May 2, 1993

10

he Jewish Community
Center Women's
Health Club held their
annual spring fantasy
fashion show and luncheon
on March 17 at the Maple-
Drake JCC. More than 225
patrons attended the event.
Twelve Oaks Mall presented
the spring fashions, which
were coordinated by Bar-
bara Mazer and Barbara
Carey of Take Time Fash-
ion Service.
The show started with a
country theme. Dancers
from Domenics in Waterford
entertained the guests
followed by models in chic,
western outfits. Then came
the career dressing, elegant
evening fashions and the
raffle. Helen Shapiro won
the grand raffle prize to Ca-
nyon Ranch Spa for four
days.
"All the proceeds from our
raffle tickets go for the en-
dowment fund for in-
dividuals with special
needs," said Marci Kass,
chairman of the Women's
Health Club. Susan Susi
and Lisa Bellaver were co-
chairman of the event.
Some of the other health
club advocates included: Di-
rector Carol Wolfe, Sylvia
Zukin, Susie Farkas,
Valerie Ettinger, Beth
Borson, Hope Silverman,
Karen Kaczander, Cathy
Slavik, Ethel Chudler,
Arlene Agree, Gayle
Samuels, Cheryl Margolis,
Helene Kroll and Joan
Epstein.

ALYN BENEFIT

Lou and Paula Glazier
hosted a dinner last week at
their home for supporters of

Brenda Hirsch, Paula Glazier

Alyn Hospital in Israel.
Alyn is Israel's only or-
thopedic and rehabilitation
hospital for handicappped
children.
Brenda Hirsch, Alyn di-
rector of development and
public relations, spoke to the
crowd and showed a slide
show about the innovative
programs. There is a demon-
stration center to view the
latest products and a
biomechanical laboratory to
create apparatuses for the
children. Some of the inven-
tions included a sandwich
holder, motorized fork and a
lift.
Ms. Hirsch documented
the remarkable progress of
the patients. Some children
came to the center unable to
walk and are now walking
with robotic help and achiev-
ing independence. "Alyn
helps the physically han-
dicapped children to reach
their level of independence,"
said Pam Lippit, president
of the Detroit Friends of
Alyn Hospital.
Some of the local Alyn
friends include: Lisa Lis,
Jim and Doris August,
Anaruth and Henri Ber-
nard, Murray and Linda
Baruch, Jenny Dorfman,

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