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November 12, 1982 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-12

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Friday, November 12, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singles Events

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA

DUOS — TRIOS
SOLOISTS

JEWISH AND SINGLE
will have an oneg Shabat
8:30 p.m. today at Cong.

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Beth Shalom Gary Leo, pants are responsible for
assistant executive director their own admission charge.
of the Jewish Community
For details on Good
Center, will conduct a com- Friends events, call Sandra
munications workshop. Re- Maurer, 968-6191; or Sue
freshments will be served, Katz, 532-6505.
* * *
and admission is free.
Jewish singles of all ages
SOLO FLIGHT SING-
are invited.
LES will have a country
* * *
and western square dance 8
OAKLAND SINGLES p.m. Tuesday at Temple
invites singles age 21-45 to Beth El. Caller will be
its next party and dance William Gracey.
8:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at Hamil-
Refreshments, socializ-
ton Place. The evening will ing, music and prizes will
include light snacks and highlight the evening.
music for dancing. A cash -There is a charge. Singles
bar will be available. There age 35 and up are invited.
is a an admission charge. To For information call Betty
get on the mailing list, write White, 399-5878; or Henry
Oakland Singles, P.O. Box Brand, 535-8041.
* * *
93, Birmingham, 48012.
* * *
S.G.S. will highlight its
ROSE
SHERER Thanksgiving Eve party
SOCIALITES will sponsor with dancing, a cash bar
a pre-Thanksgiving dance 9 and dance contest. The
p.m. Saturday at the Oak party will be held 8:30 p.m.
Park Community Center. Nov. 24 at the Southfield
Eric Rosenow and his Con- Ramada Inn (new location).
tinentals will provide music Singles age 21 and up are
for dancing. There is a invited. There is a charge.
charge. Singles and mar- To get on the mailing list,
rieds are invited. For infor- write S.G.S., P.O. Box 2571,
mation, call Program Southfield 48037-2571.
* * *
Chairman Pete Steffin,
968-2432; or President
BNAI BRITH SING-
Dorothy Goldberg, 548- LES will meet 7 p.m. Sun-
6850.
day in the Bnai Brith Build-
* * *
ing. Edward Rosenthal,
GOOD FRIENDS will executive director of the De-
go to Toledo to see the "El troit office of Jewish Na-
Greco of Toledo Interna- tional Fund, will be the
tional Exhibition" Satur- guest speaker. The film,
day, leaving at 8:30 a.m. "Seeds of Time," will be
from the Northgate East shown. Refreshments will
Apts.
be served. There is a charge.
A rollerskating party is For information or reserva-
planned for 9 p.m. Nov. 20 tions, call Betty Cohen,
at Bonaventure. Partici- 356-3251.

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MUCH THANKS I

For prayers, cards and
good wishes to friends and
relatives far and near.

Phil Silverstein

DAY. PROGRAM

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FOR ELDERLY LIVING IN THE COMMUNITY

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trustees on academics, vice
president of the MSU Stu-
dent Foundation, secretary
of the honorary Mortar
Board and served on the
university committee on
curriculum.
In addition, he was the
chairman of the 10,000=
meter run and coordinator
of the Race Day committee
to benefit the Arts and Sci-
ences Building. Grant has
also served as an under-
graduate teaching assistant
at MSU.
Grant is the son of Judge
and Mrs. Barry M. Grant.
He intends to pursue
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