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April 05, 1985 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WOOLF
ROOFING
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL

EMERGENCY SERVICE
ASK FOR ROY, SCOTT OR SAMMY WOOLF

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separate organization, we've
let them handle the problem
themselves.' We aid the reset-
tlement clients (recent immig-
rants to Detroit), but we don't
have the time and kind of
money necessary to make (the
Passover program) a regular
part of our budget.
"But," Lerner said, "we have
an on-going full-year pro-
gram. We do a lot of work for
Moies Chetim to identify the
people without giving Moies
Chetim money. We do the
work. We update the lists.
Sometimes the work is worth
more than money in certain
ways. It is a cooperative ar-
rangement beneficial to both
(organizations)."
The arrangement may not
solve Moies Chetim's im-
mediate worries — volunteers
and contributions — but it is
working.
The tall, gray-haired man
and the woman with the cane
walked slowly back to their
car. The man carried the mat-
zah and wine himself, refusing
help from Dr. Kaplan. With
quiet dignity the man ex-
plained. "This is very nice.
We're a little short this year
. . ." his voice trailed off. "They
don't ask any questions." El

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W. 13 Mile Rd. I 682-7336

Friday, April 5, 1985

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Can do anything in or out of the house

Former Apt. Maintenance Chief

YOU NAME IT - I'LL DO IT!!

window washing, screen repair, gutter cleaning, electric switches replaced,
door and lock repair, curtain rod design, caulking, cement repair, garbage
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Call 968-1145

airport transportation service available

LADBROKE DRC
ANNOUNCES A GREAT
NEW GIMMICK.

Shaping A Seder

Continued from Page 15

brew and English.
The children's search for the
afikoman has also been added,
to the delight of Andre's chil-
dren.
One wonderful Moroccan
,tradition called "Mimouna"
appears to be lost in Andre's
generation, at least in this
area. "On the last day of
Pesach," Andre explains, "the
woman began around evening
baking again with flour and
, yeast. We set the table like a
sweet table with many differ-
ent goodies. In the center we
placed a plate of feze, green
lima beans that were plentiful
at this time of year, and stems
of wheat over flour to signify
new prosperity and happiness.
All night we would go from one
house to another, visiting, eat-
ing and exchanging pastries.
Even our Muslim neighbors
would participate in the open
house and bring us sweets."
Each Jewish family ap-
proaches Passover in its own
distinctive manner, creating
lasting memories for children
to cherish and carry with

RE WINNE

A lot of racetracks have gone over-
board with gimmick betting. The
problem is, while a lot of people bet,
only a few win. The rest? They need
a new gimmick.
Ladbroke DRC has got it. More
winners. Here's how it works: We've
scratched most perfectas and tri-
fectas, so now you can concentrate
on picking winners.
You can see how this new gim-
mick works, then. With more people
betting win, place and show, odds are

there are going to be more people
cashing winning tickets. A lot more.
Come out to Ladbroke DRC and
be a winner. More people will be.

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Saturday, April 6th
$15,000 added Livonia Stakes

For clubhouse reservations and
information, call 525-7300.
Group party plans available.
• Gates open at noon



• Betting windows open at 1:15
• $1.00 general parking
• $2.50 grandstand admission
($1.25 Senior Citizens every day)
• $3.50 clubhouse admission
Closed Easter Sunday,
open Tuesday, April 9th.

Ladbroke DRC
Schoolcraft and Middlebelt,
just off the Jeffries Fwy.

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