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September 17, 1993 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-09-17

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Helen Lublin, Arlene Bards and Danny Lublin of Bus 10.

ur first love has always been the serving of high quality meals at

affordable prices. We began this tradition back in 1937 when we opened
"Weber's Restaurant." Although some people think our hotel came first,
it was actually added some thirty-three years later.

We recently completed the remodeling of our main dining room to give it a
more casual, relaxed feeling. At the same time we've been busy fine-tuning
our service techniques and working with Chef Gerald Carpenter, a graduate of
the Culinary Institute Of America, to develop new lunch and dinner offerings
that are more moderately priced. Items like pastas, stir-frys, and fresh fish.

Although we've made some dramatic changes, you can rest assured that we've
kept all your traditional favorites on the menu, we didn't raise the prices, and
we haven't forgotten the personalized service you've come to know us for.

As special invitation, we're offering you the attached certificates good
for valuable savings when you join us for lunch or dinner to experience the
all new "Weber's Grand Cafe". So pick up the telephone and make your

reservations today. After all, we're a little eager to show the place off!

161 WQ-62A "

Herman Weber

Ken Weber

Linda Weber

COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER

Present this certificate and receive one
complimentary luncheon entree from Weber's
when another luncheon entree of equal or
greater value is purchased. Offer good Monday
through Friday, now through October 15, 1993.
Not valid in conjunction with
any other promotional
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discounts or for orders
placed for carry-out.
GRAND

Present this certificate and receive one
complimentary dinner entree from Weber's
when another dinner entree of equal or greater
value is purchased. Offer good Monday through
Friday, now through October 15, 1993.
Not valid in conjunction with
any other promotional
sOCLUI-4-44
discounts or for orders
placed for carry-out.
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3050 Jackson Avenue • Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(1-94 at Exit 172) 313-665-3636

Israel Trip Sparks
More Bus Reunions

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

LOCAL COLUMNIST

B

us 10 of the Miracle
Mission that sent
1,300 Detroiters to
Israel last April are
planning their fourth reu-
nion in Mt. Clemens, reports
Arlene Barris, Sybil
Kaplan and Ada
Eisenfeld, a former mayor
of Mt. Clemens, want to take
the group on a nostalgic tour
of the city. For the third
reunion, Danny and Helen
Lublin hosted the group at
their West Bloomfield res-
taurant, Ryan's Tavern.

DUBI ARIE

Rex and Carolyn Lanyi
and Steven and Margie
Shapiro recently hosted a
reception with Israeli artist
Dubi Arie at the Lanyi
residence in West Bloom-
field. Mr. Arie spent more
than two years creating The
Mission, a monumental
painting of the history of the
Jews.
"There are now duplicates
of the painting that are used

Carolyn Lanyi and Margie
Shapiro

as an educational tool," said
Avraham Leaf, of Art
Judaica Educational Foun-
dation in Oak Park.
Mr. Arie and Mr. Leaf will
be traveling across the
United States and using the
painting to make presenta-
tions. "It will build bridges
of understanding between
people of different re-
ligions," added Mr. Leaf.
One stop on their tour is
the Michigan city of
Bridgeman, where they will
be visiting with the
Blossoming Rose Founda-
tion, a Christian group sup-
pportive of Israel.

NEW BEGINNINGS

3050 Jackson Avenue • Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(1-94 at Exit 172) 313-665-3636

Avraham Leaf and Dubi Arie

Costume jewelry fans will
miss Ceci Orman Stone's
West Bloomfield store that
recently closed. Ceci and her
husband Bill Stone are
retired. Well, maybe semi-
retired. These two active
people always have new pro-
jects. They've been traveling
out West looking for a se-
cond home.

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