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March 29, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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22—Friday, March 29, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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• Beautiful boated pool
and patio
• All sports
• Gala floor shows

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Phone 637-5118 (Area 616)

Classified Ads Get Quick Results

Spring Literary Series
Northwest Child Rescue Women Marks
Opens With 'Nat Turner' 20 y

The first book review of the
Birmingham Temple Spring Liter-
ary Series is announced for 8:30
p.m. Monday at the Birmingham
Unitarian Church. Theme of the
series is "The Human Condition,"
and as the first of the selections
Rabbi Wine will review "The Con-
fessions of Nat Turner," a novel
by William Styron. For informa-
tion and tickets, call Priscilla Mol-
nar, 626-2097, or the Birmingham
Temple office, 644-6632.

Grosse Pointe pianist RUTH
BURCZYK will give a recital,
"Meet the Masters," to benefit
the Summertime Music Scholar-
ship Fund of the Grosse Pointe
ir-Ti ,P-1 School at 8:30 p.m. April 5
at Fries Auditorium. Mrs. Burczyk
will perform works by Beethoven,
Bach, Brahms, Chopin, Poulenc,
Griffes and Liszt.

Which matzo for Passover?

Rochelle Bine Betrothed
ears of Service to Less Fortunate to Michael E. Ehrlich

The 20th anniversary of North-
west Child Rescue Women will be
observe& with a boutique sale
scheduled for 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
April 23 at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
Proceeds from the event, which
will include a sale of antique and
handmade items, a bake sale, white
elephant and other booths, will go
toward Northwest Child Rescue's
many philanthropic projects.
The group also is raising funds
prior to a June dinner-dance, at
which a portable color television
set will be awarded. For tickets
to either event,
call Mrs. Max
Kasoff, boutique
chairman,
342-4986; or Mrs.
Max Wolf, ticket
chairman, LI
8-8834.
Northwest Child
Rescue, un de r
the presidency of
Mrs. Leo Ordin,
cosponsors with Mrs. Ordin
the Jewish Center a program for
the mentally retarded. The group
helps pay for instructors and sub-
sidizes trips they have taken, in
hopes of providing social, recrea-
tional and Jewish experiences.
Three units at the Center—
Israel Boys, Israel Girls and

Detroiters—cater to the needs of
mentally retarded young adults
and adults, offering them camp
weekends, trips, pool and gym
nights and participation in holi-
day events.
The NCRW helped purchase a
bus for the Detroit Association for
Retarded Children to transport the
youngsters from various centers
and purchased equipment for the
Plymouth State Home and Training
School.
This is the 16th consecutive year
that Northwest Child Rescue has
contributed to the DARC to send
retarded children and young adults
to camp, a program which costs
some $4,000 to $6,000 per year.
With Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zation of America, NCRW has
helped finance many projects in
Israel.
Mrs. Edward Lutz, first presi-
dent of the organization, is chair-
man of a project to create a kit
representing NCRW's 20 years of
service.

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MISS ROCHELLE BINE

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bine of
Warrington Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ro-
chelle Carole to Michael Ernest
Ehrlich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Ehrlich of Willowick Dr., South-
field.
THE ADULT DAY SCHOOL
A June 23 wedding is planned.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION is spon-
soring its first annual benefit ball
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on April 5 at 9 p.m., at the Great
Lakes Mutual Insurance Co. Build-
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ing. The ball is cabaret style and
The Pride of the STRICTLY
dancing will be to live music.
KOSHER ORTHODOX HOTELS
Tickets can be purchased at the
Attractive
school office or by mail.

PASSOVER RATES

Sephardic Community
Plans Movie Night

Egg Matzos: with plenty of eggs and a hint of apple cider flavor.

Round Tea Matzos: in a brand-new attractive package!

Sheridan Spa

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Only women's reducing
resort in the midwest
SUPERVISED TEEN
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821 Lake Shore Dr.
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The Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit is having a game
and a movie night 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Oak Park High School.
"The • South Window" gives a
perspective of industries and settle-
ments in the Negev and spotlights
the growing community of Eilat
and its youthful inhabitants.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic. Refreshments will be served.

VICTOR BORGE brings his ever-
popular smorgasboard of musical
lunacy to Detroit's Masonic Audi-
torium, 8:20 p.m. April 6, for a
guaranteed evening of laughter.
Borge's "Comedy In Music" again
includes only one other artist,
Leonid Hambro, former official
pianist of the New York Philhar-
monic Orchestra, whose straight-
man role as foil to the impish
Borge only adds to the over-all
humor.

For Long Stays
Services Conducted

European Plan Available
Synagogue On Premises
Planned Entertainment
WRITE FOR RATES

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PEPPY FIELDS' LIVE RADIO SHOW

Enjoy great stars such as Jackie Gleason,
Milton Berle, many others, as Peppy in-
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PASSOVER FUN FOR THE ENTIRE
FAMILY!
Trained counsellors for the children!
Planned entertainment for the adults!

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to April 21
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Square Matzos: crisp, baked through and through!
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under the supervision of Rabbi Mendel Chodrow
and Rabbi Alter Silverman.

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