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December 20, 1991 - Image 72

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-20

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I SPOTLIGHT

1
Your Fortune Cookie from Chairman John Wong has

15%
OFF
TOTAL FOOD BILL

FRIDAY & SATURDAY EVENINGS

Dine In Only

With This Ad

TeaTtit

Restaurant & Lounge

ENJOY THE BEST AUTHENTIC
CHINESE FOOD AT MODERATE PRICES
AND CHILDREN'S MENU TOO!
LET PEARL CITY CATER
YOUR NEXT AFFAIR

Includes Soup of the Day St. 2 Egg 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
Expires 12-30-91

OUR OTHER LOCATIONS

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

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

AT OUR RESTAURANT OR YOUR HOME OR OFFICE






Bar Mitzvahs
Bat Mitzvahs
Anniversaries
Meetings





• Etc.

Showers
sweet 16's
Birthdays
Outdoor Parties

PEARL CITY OF SOUTHFIELD

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

113

Jewelry benefits the homeless.

EROS

11 0%
SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT
Southfield
• 358-2353 -
29221 NORTHWESTERN HWY. IN FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA •

SPECIALS FRI., DEC. 20 THRU THURS., DEC. 26 AFTER 2 p.m.

I— FRESH

BROILED
LAKE SUPERIOR.

BAKED

I IbRECIAN-STYLO T

4 LAMB
WHITEFISH CHOPS
Rice & Vegetable

—1 T BAR-B-Q

LAMB
SHANK

CHICKEN

Fries &
Garlic Bread

Rice & Vegetable

$495

$595 $ 695 $495

ALL ABOVE SPECIALS ALSO INCLUDE: SOUP. SALAD.
DESSERT (Rice Pudding or Tapioca or Ice Cream) & BREAD BASKET

• MUST PRESENT COUPON FOR ABOVE SPECIALS • SORRY, NO DISCOUNTS ON SPECIALS
• ALL COUPONS GOOD FOR ENTIRE PARTY

BREAKFAST, LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

classic italian simplicity
30715 West 10 Mile • Farmington Hills

Join Us For New Year's Eve

• Elegant Party Hats • Favors • Dancing To Top 40 Music • Open Menu From 5 p.m.
9:30 Seating $60 per person, Deposit Required, Includes 6-Course Dinner and Champagne

For Reservations: 4 74 - 3 0 3 3

ci cki 1 ■ 00 Pt LC

—LUNCH SPECIALS-

Mon.-Fri.

$3.75-$5.50

CHINESE RESTAURANT

11-4

INCLUDES SOUP
& EGG ROLL

Chinese • Sze - chuan • Mandarin • Hong Kong Cuisines

37057 Grand River • 476-6400

OFF

e lifi Ir•

American
Express

72

Any Purchase Of
$10.00 Or More

R

$12.95

— CHOICE OF —

• Almond Chicken • Broccoli Chicken
• Steak Kow • Sweet-N-Sour Pork
• Sweet-,N-Sour Chicken • Stechuan Chicken

11:00am-10:00 pm
Monday-Thursday
11:00 am-11:00 pm
Friday & Saturday
Sunday & Holidays 12:00 noon-9:00 pm



OFF

Any Purchase Of
$20.00 Or More

Dine-In Ch Carr•-Out
INCLUDES: SOUP & EGG ROLL
Dine-In Or Carry-Out
vWCoupon • Not Valid W/Any
Dine - In Only
WiCoupon • Not Valid W/My
12-31-91 lOther Coupon • Exp. 1,31-9j
LOther Coupon • Exp. 1,11- 911 W/Coupon•Noi Valid MA, Other C011,0 n•E

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1991

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

T

he National Council of
Jewish Women is sell-
ing house pins, with
the proceeds helping the
homeless. Not only are the
pins fashionable and the
cause timely, but the price is
right. For $10, each pin
features a home or a cluster
of homes in all colors and
geometric shapes.
Sometimes there is a tree, a
moon or a heart alongside
the house.
Lucinda Yates, a Maine
artist, makes the pins by the
hundreds and sells them for
$6 across the country to non-
profit organizations who
promise to sell them for $10.
She began designing the
pins to raise money for her
community's homeless.
NCJW has nearly 2,000
pins. "We are giving the
money to Yad Ezra, Baldwin
Shelter and Oakland County
Food Bank," said Ann
Zousmer, NCJW vice presi-
dent of public relations.
For more information, call
the NCJW office at 258-
6000.

(Grand River & Hakted, Kmart Shopping Cenierl

"Greater Taste For Better Health"

GRAND OPENING SPECIALS



NCJW House Pins
Help the Homeless

OPEN
CHRISTMAS
3:00-
9:00 p.m,

CASINO NIGHT

The Auxiliary and
Benefactors of the Jewish
Home for Aged recently
sponsored a casino night at
Knollwood Country Club.

Pola Fletcher and Jerrold
Bigelman were event
chairmen. The evening was
so successful that it will be
an annual tradition. Some of
the committee included:

Judge George Kent

Sharon Fleischman, Marc
Chicorel, Geri Margolis,
Hannah Moss, Michael
Pivoz, George Glassman,
Pearlena Bodzin, Bea
Breiner, Joel Smith,
Kathy Wilson Fink, Carol
Rosenberg, Steve and
Linda Weiss, Steven and
Ronnie Tischler Robin-
son, Mark and Andrea
Rubinstein, Jeffrey and
Andrea Stillman and
Charles and Marci Can-
vasser. Some of the casino
players included: Dorothy
Bodzin, and Judge
George and Jennie Kent.

STUDENT LEADERS

Student leaders from state
college campuses recently
addressed the opening of the
1991-1992 B'nai B'rith
Foundation campaign for

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