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December 14, 1990 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-14

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SPOTLIGHT

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After Work, Visit

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Dance Bar

After work, head into the City.
Dance to music provided by DJ Stuart Rogoff.
T—Thurs., 5 pm - 9 pm • F & Sat., 7 pm - Midnight
Free Hors d'oeuvres 5 pm - 7 pm, M — F

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Mondays — $1.00 Bottled Beer, 750 Draft
Tuesdays & Thursdays — Ladies Night. 50% Off All Drinks for Ladies.
Wednesdays — No Tie Night. 15% Off Tab if You're Not Wearing a Tie!

Celebrafe New Year's _Eye

'Peet

at Pearl City!

Restaurant & Lounge

27522 Northwestern Hwy.
(11 Mile Between Lahser & Telegraph)
FAX: 354-0647
354-3700






Midnight Champagne Toast
DJ and Dancing
Free Hors d'oeuvres After Midnight
Free Party Favors

"Your fortune says
there are savings
in your future!

from the sayings of Chairman Wong - Pearl City

The only thing better than our authentic Chinese food is
enjoying it for less. Use these coupons to save at our newest
location in Southfield or at one of our other quality
restaurants.
Make your fortune come true. Save at Pearl City!

JARC resident Margaret Berlin makes a menorah with Hillel student
Miriam Lewis.

Hillel Students Celebrate
With JARC Residents

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

Pearl

Restaurant & Lounge

Open for lunch and dinner

7 days a week.

$3.00 OFF DINNER

1 20% OFF CARRY-OUTS

For any carry-out order
Purchase 1 entree and receive
I
totalling $20.00 or more receive
$3.00 OFF
20% OFF your total.
the purchase of a second entree. I
One coupon per order.
One per person, per order. Sun.-Thur. I
Offer good every day.
Doesn't apply to split orders.
GOOD THRU 12-30-90
PEARL
CITY
GOOD
THRU
12-30-90
PEARL CITY

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OUR NEWEST LOCATION:
SOUTHFIELD
27522 Northwestern Hwy.
(11 Mile Between Lahser & Telegraph)
354-3700 FAX: 354-0647

ROCHESTER HILLS
ROSEVILLE
2601 South Rochester Rd.
20753 13 Mile Rd.
(North of Auburn Rd.)
(At Little Mack)
Rosemack Shopping Center 852-0170
293-4640

HARI. EY'S

Early Bird Special:

SUN.-THURS. ONLY, 5-7 PM

$100 ALL
II OFF ENTREES

Open Year Round/Banquet Facilities Avail.

2280 UNION LAKE RD

363-0202

(At Wise Rd., 2 Miles N. of Baypoint) OPEN 11 A.M., 7 DAYS

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Quality Food, Simple
Setting, Reasonable Prices

The Restaurant
of the '90s

Le Metro

Introducing Dinner Specials
5:30 p.m. to 6:30 Monday Thru Thursday
Entrees Ranging From $7.95-$9.95

29855 Northwestern Hwy. • Applegate Square • Southfield • 353.2757

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The Best
Babyback
Ribs &
Whitefish
Anywhere!

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1990

Now —
breast cancer
has no place to hide
in Michigan.
Call us.

AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

eventh-grade Hillel
Day School students
held a Chanukah par-
ty with JARC residents at
the school on the evening of
Dec. 4.
"The JARC residents en-
joy meeting the kids and like
the interaction," said
Bonnie Cohn, volunteer
service coordinator for
JARC. On this evening the
students and residents made
paper menorot and dreidels.
According to Susan
Zaks , upper school coor-
dinator for Hillel Day
School, the students will be
meeting with the residents
one day per month as part of
their community service
program during their
bar/bat mitzvah year.
Sharon Schwartz, whose
son Scott attends Hillel,
believes the project is an in-
valuable experience. "This
will give the children an
awareness they need in life,"
said Mrs Schwartz.
Hillel Hebrew teacher
Pnina Basse says the chil-
dren prepare for the visits in
the classroom when they
discuss Jewish values. Some
of the Hillel seventh grade
students include: Mitchell
Zeff, Ari Newman,
Jeremie Krass, David
Singer, Lauren Rosman,
Dee Dee Kalo, Franki
Berg, Molly Harris and
Tara Strickstein.

S

HOLIDAY HOMES
The Detroit Symphony
Orchestra Hall Volunteer

Brenda Pangborn:
DSOH president-elect.

Council presented the 31st
annual holiday home tour
with a Bloomfield home dec- .
orated for Chanukah.
"This is the first year we
have made a point to change
the name to a holiday home
tour," said Brenda
Pangborn, president-elect
of the DSOH council. Mrs.
Pangborn said the group
wanted to be more
ecumenical.
Patrons on the home tour
were greeted with educa-
tional literature about the
meaning of Chanukah and
the aroma of latkes. The
table included dreidels,
menorot and Chanukah
motif paper plates. Council
member Carol Roberts
baked a cookie menorah for
the occasion.
All around the house the
owner displayed Judaica,
much donated from friends

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