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July 05, 1991 - Image 78

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-05

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I SPOTLIGHT I

"There Are Savings
In Your Future"

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From the sayings of
Chairman John Wong.

And They Are Here

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Szechuan, Hunan, Cantonese
Restaurant & Lounge

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ULCERATIVE
COLITIS
CAN STRIKE
ANY FAMILY.

$3.00 OFF DINNER

Purchase One Entree and Receive
$3.00 Off The Second Entree

• One Coupon Per Person
• Does Not Apply To Split Orders

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We are all equally at risk.
Young and old. Rich and
poor. Black and white. Republi-
can and Democrat.
Ulcerative colitis and
Crohn's disease don't discrim-
inate.
These two dangerous and
misunderstood diseases now
affect about two million Ameri-
cans from every walk of life.
The Bush family knows this
only too well.
In 1986, ulcerative colitis
nearly claimed the life of the
youngest Bush son, Marvin.
Only surgery to remove his
entire large intestine saved him.
Until we find a cure, count-
less others will endure the
agony and humiliation of these
devastating diseases.
The hope is education and
research.
Marvin Bush and the Bush
family urge you to learn more
about how the Crohn's & Colitis
Foundation of America is help-
ing victims and their families.
Together we can make a
difference.
Because the only thing
shameful about these diseases
is that there's still no cure.

JN

Good Thru July 31, 1991

I-10% OFF ALL CARRY-OUT ORDERS Li

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NO MINIMUM! NO MAXIMUM!

OFFER GOOD ANYDAY! • ONE COUPON PER PERSON
JN
Good Thru July 31, 1991

LET PEARL CITY CATER
YOUR NEXT AFFAIR

AT OUR RESTAURANT OR YOUR HOME OR OFFICE






Bar Mitzvahs
Bat Mitzvahs
Anniversaries
Meetings

• Showers
• Sweet 16's
• Birthdays
• Outdoor Parties
• Etc.

I DANCING 10 STUART ROGOFF DJ, FRI, & SAT. AT PEARL CITY, SOUTHFIELD
SOUTHFIELD
11 MILE RD. BETWEEN LAHSER & TELEGRAPH
,FAX: 354-0647
354-3700
ROSEVILLE
ROCHESTER HILLS - MN.

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

4*-

20753 13 Mile Rd.
(At Little Mack)
293.4640



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Old Friends Meet"

"Where
Lunch • Dinner • Cocktails
Banquet Facilities Available

Crohn's & Colitis Foundation

of

Amer,co.

Inc'

1-800-343-3637

In metro NY area 212-685-3440

680-0066

645 Big Beaver Road, Troy • Open 7 Days A Week

'(formerly National Foundation for Ileitis and Colitis, Inc)

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H ARLEY'S; FREE

18 Holes

Early Bird Special:

SUN.-THURS. ONLY, 5-7 PM

Union Lk. Rd.

$100 ALL
si OFF ENTREES

66

Commerce Rd.

Wise Rd.



HARLEY'S

Open Year Round/Banquet Facilities Avail.

2280 UNION LAKE RD.

363.0202

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

FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1991

I

GOLF!

FOR 2

With paid rental of
power cart for 18 holes,

Valid Mon: Fri. until 12 noon & Sat. and Sun. after 3 p.m.
Exp. July 31, 1991

Carole Kaftan, Evelyn Kogan, Bev Gordon and Cynthia Lupiloff of
Northwest Child Rescue Junior League.

Northwest Child Rescue
Celebrates Two Decades

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

N

orthwest Child Res-
cue Junior League
celebrated its 20th
anniversary at the Cran-
brook House in Bloomfield
Hills on June 26 with a lun-
cheon and tour of the
gardens. Evelyn Kogan,
founder of the organization,
was honored with a gold
charm and testimonial.

BARK-A-THON

Groomingtails in West
Bloomfield recently spon-
sored the first annual bark-
ing walk-a-thon for pets and
pet owners to raise funds for
the Southeastern Michigan
Animal Welfare Society.
More than 50 people walked
more than two miles in sup-

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Mrs. Kogan founded the
group 20 years ago because
she believed a chapter with a
young membership would
continue to support the Jew-
ish developmentally disabl-
ed adults through social and
recreational programs. To-
day, the group has more
than 100 members and has
contributed $200,000 over
the years to the Jewish
Community Center's pro-
grams for the developmen-
tally disabled.

Mrs. Kogan's daughter,
Carole Kaftan, was the
first president of the junior
league. Carole Kaftan sur-
prised her mom with a mov-
ing testimonial that brought
tears to the eyes of many of
the members who were pre-
sent.
According to Leanie
Gunsberg , director of the
department of special needs
at the Jewish Community
Center, the group's fund-
raising has opened countless
opportunities for the disabl-
ed. "Without them we would
not be where we are today
offering the many social,
cultural and ongoing ac-
tivities," said Ms. Gunsberg.
After the recent Oneg
Shabbat, the junior league is
in the process of planning a
summer barbecue.

Top dogs:
Pookie Bright and German shep-
herd Lacy Amster.
port of abused and abandon-
ed animals. From exotic
Portuguese water dogs to
mutts, everyone was enjoy-
ing the weather and the
walk. Some of the barkers
included: Lysie Bright and

Pookie, Gail Amster and
Lacy, Fran Grossman and
Tech, and Lisa Fox and
Budweiser.

CHALK IT UP

A chalk drawing contest
will be held at the Sugar
Tree Shopping Center in
West Bloomfield on Thurs-
day and Friday morning,

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