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April 01, 1988 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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DELUXE KOSHER „.--ak WORLD
PASSOVER TOURS "7 WIDE

I FOR WOMEN I

3 FRESHLY PREPARED GLATT KOSHER MEALS DAILY ■ 2 TRADMONAL SEDER SERVICES ■ 10P NAME ENTERTAINMENT

Bahamas

AMBASSADOR BEACH

California

PALM SPRINGS
RESORT

(formerly Canyon Hotel)

Vermont

THE EQUINOX

Dominican
Republic

NY-NJ-PA

St. Thomas

CHATEAU RESORT

VIRGIN ISLE HOTEL

DOMINICAN CONCORDE

Camelback, PA

Florida

HARBOR ISLAND SPA

FONTAINEBLEAU HILTON
INNISBROOK RESORT
SHERATON BAL HARBOUR
SANS SOUCI
PALM BEACH HILTON

RYE TOWN HILTON

Puerto Rico

Rye, NY

LA CONCHA

Long Branch, MI

TAMIMENT RESORT

Pocono Mts., PA

Hilton Head

RADISSON RESORT

Hungary

Primrose Benevolent Club
will have a business meeting
at noon Monday in the Lin-
coln Towers Apts. club room.
Dessert will be served by
social chairmen Helen Feiner
and Zelda Green.

BUDAPEST

All meals freshly prepared under strict Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision. All meats Glatt from

New York and from Chassidishe Schechita. Cholov Yisroel available upon request.

ATLAS AMBASSADOR KOSHER PASSOVER TOURS

25 W. 43 Street, NYC 10036, (212) 575-8840 Outside N.Y. State Toll Free 1-800-752-8000

If you turn
40 this year too,
you can
win a free
trip to Israel.

If, like us, you were born in 1948, this sweepstakes
is for you.
In honor of Israel's 40th Birthday, the Israel Gov-
ernment Tourist Office, El Al Israel Airlines, Dan Hotel
Corporation and Galilee Tours, are offering you a chance
to win a one-week trip for two to Israel.
Any U.S. citizen born in 1948 is eligible. There's
no purchase necessary, just send in the coupon no later
than May 31, 1988. Then, in the fall, if you're one of
the 20 winners, you and your guest are on your way.*
You'll fly on El Al and stay in the luxurious
five-star Dan Panorama hotel in Tel Aviv. It'll be a
wonderful trip you'll remember all your life.
Enter today. What better year for two 40-year-
olds like us to get together?

Win a one-week trip for two to Israel.

Please enter me in your Happy 40th Birthday
Israel Sweepstakes. © 1988 Israel Government Tourist Office

Name

Address

City

State

Zip

Day Telephone

Date of Birth (month/day/year)

Mail to: Happy 40th Birthday Israel Sweepstakes
Israel Government Tourist Office
350 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10118 ISrael

One prize per household.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1988

Primrose Plans
Monday Meeting

Support Chapter
Plans Meeting

The Northwest Detroit
Chapter for the National
Jewish Center for Im-
munology and Respiratory
Medicine will meet on April
13 at 1 p.m. in the home of
Mrs. George Frank, 4043 W
Maple, Birmingham.
For information, call Mrs.
Frank, 642-0534.

Network Hears
Chief Justice

Chief Justice of the
Michigan Spreme Court,
Dorothy Comstock Riley will
discuss "Who Will Save Our
Children?" at a dinner-
meeting of the Michigan Pro-
fessional Women's Network

Students Focus
On Holocaust

The Oakland University ex-
tension of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations of Metro-
politan. Detroit will co-
sponsor an interfaith
Holocaust memorial obser-
vance, along with the
Catholic Chaplaincy and the
United Ministries for Higher
Education at the university
on April 11 at noon in Gold
Room C, Oakland University.
Guest speaker will be the
Rev. James R. Lyons, ex-
ecutive director, Ecumenical
Center for Jewish-Christian
Studies, who will be introduc-
ed by Joseph E. Champagne,
president of Oakland
University.
Participants include: Sr.
Mary Bodde, Catholic
chaplain; David Herman,
dean of students; Keith
Kleckner, vice president for
university affairs and provost;
Sandy Loeffler, director,
Hillel/J.S.O.; Brian Murphy,
dean, Honors College; Wilma
Ray-Bledsoe, vice president
for Student Affairs; Nancy
Anderson Schmitz, coor-
dinator, student organiza-
tions; Rabbi Richard Weiss,
Temple Beth Jacob, Pontiac,
and board member of the

on April 11 at the Troy Hilton
at 6 p.m.
Meetings are open to the
public, but advance reserva-
tions are required. Reserva-
tions must be received by
Wednesday. Contact Byte-
Type, 258-8822, for
reservations.

Road Rally
And Lunch Set

The Detroit Auxiliary of
Alpha Omega will sponsor a
road rally and dinner on
April 16 at 7 p.m. meeting in
the United Hebrew Schools
parking lot. There is a limit
of 60 people. There is a fee
and a cash bar is available.
Reservations are due by April
11. Call Barbara Friedman,
855-5428; or Stella Morof,
644-2280, for reservations.
The auxiliary will have a
luncheon at Appeteaser
Country Epicure on April 19
at noon. Julie Berman, phar-
macist at Detroit Receiving
Hospital, will speak on "Food
and Drug Interaction."
Guests are welcome. There is
a fee. Paid reservations are
due by April 8 and should be
mailed to Beth Gursky, 3176
Chambord, West Bloomfield,
48033.

board of governors of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions of Metropolitan Detroit,
who will chant the El Moleh
Rachamim and the Kaddish.
Students of various faiths
will participate in the
candlelighting ceremony. The
service to be used has been
especially compiled for the
obsevance by Sandy Loeffler.
The public is welcome.

Pro-Israel
Group Forms

Students for a Secure
Israel, a new pro-Israel stu-
dent group, has been founded
as an official student
organization at Wayne State
University. The group's first
meetings will be held on Mon-
day at noon in room 678 of the
Student Center Building on
campus and Thursday at 1
p.m. in the same room. These
are open informational
meetings.
Among topics of discussion
will be a Student Center
showcase available to the
organization and the
possibility of purchasing an
advertisement in the school
newspaper commemorating
Israel's 40th anniversary. For
information, contact Ben
Mayer, 557-3459.

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