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August 17, 1984 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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68 Friday, August 17, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SINGLES

the

GIGUE

ORCHESTRA

COMMUNITY NET-
WORK FOR JEWISH
SINGLES will have an
organizational meeting for
its fall bowling league at 7
p.m. Aug. 26 at Ark Lanes
West.
Three games of bowling
can be played that night at a
nominal fee. Free shoe re-
ntal and refreshments are
included.
For information, call the
CNJS, 661-1000, ext. 219.
A Tamarack weekend is
planned for Oct. 12-14. The
weekend includes kosher
meals, two nights accom-
modations at Sheruth Vil-
lage, refreshments, Satur-
day night dance and
hoedown, sports, wine and
cheese party and activities
at the Pioneer Skills Cen-
ter.
There is a fee which is dis-
counted when paid by Oct.
1. For information, call the
CNJS.

541-7651

345-7139

FRONT
DISC
BRAKES

$59.95

with coupon

• New Pads • New Seals
• Turn Rotors • Road Test
• Repack Bearings

0

Regular $69.95

Semi-Metallic
pads extra

BIRMINGHAM TIRE

1104 S. Woodward, Birmingham

642-3116
642-3288

ED STONE

'Brides-To-Be, Inc.

SHERER
ROSE
SOCIALITES will have a
general membership meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Northgate East Apts.
club house. Providence
Hospital pharmacist Sally
Sherbon will speak on
"Medical Awareness." Re-
freshments and a social
hour will follow. Member-
ship is open to single men
and women age 55 and up.
For information, call Pro-
gram Chairman Pete Stef-
fin, 557-2411; or President
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-
6850.

B'NAI B'RITH MICHI-
GAN SINGLES will have a
picnic at 11 a.m. Sunday at
Civic Center Park, South-
field. Singles age 35 and up
are invited for food, games
and music. Participants are
requested to bring chairs.

B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG
SINGLES (18 30) will have
a dance at 8:30 p.m. Sunday
at Scandals in the South-
field Ramada Inn. There is
an admission charge. Sing-

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Featuring everything you need or want for your
wedding from florists to photographers!

Over $2,000 in Door Prizes

10-LA

rif

FRANKLIN RACQUET
CLUB AND SPA, 29350
Northwestern Hwy., an-
nounces the grand opening
of its electronically equip-
ped audio video aerobics
studio.

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• Meet Congenial People
• Make New Social Contacts
• Personalized

FOR HIM FOR HER

Thursday, August 23rd - 7:30 pm Sunday, September 9th - 2:00 pm

• Confidential
• Dignified
• Free Interview

For' brochure call — 356-0949

Or Write: Lo-La
P.O. Box 254
Lathrup, Village, MI 48076

-

Clip This Ad and Save $1.00 at the Door!

.

..GULAG • RECORD

OUR SPECIALTY IS PERSONAIRED SERVICE

ANATOLY SKIIARANSKY

was arrested in March, 1977 and sentenced th follow-
ing years to 13 years in prison and labor camp. He
went on a lengthy _hunger strikein 1982, which further
damaged his alrea4 precarious health. Shcharansky
has been called "a true Jewish hero of the 20th cen-
tiliY.'t

WRITE TO;,.
OLEG TROYANOVSKY'
'AMBASSAOOR
sovigt MISSION TO THS,f.Y.N.
136 East 67th Street
New Yor, New York 10021

The Cataract and Eye
Care Institute's cataract
support group will present a
slide program, "Journey
Into Vision" on Aug. 27 at
12:30 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center's
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch.
The general public is in-
vited. There is no admission
charge.

SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL OF GREATER DETROIT-

,

. .

LOCAL NEWS

Cataract group
meeting slated

FREE SHCHARANSKY!

vowytimm o m micime

LOEHMANN'S HUN-
TERS SQUARE AND
TALLY HALL will present
savings during Midnight
Sales today from 10 a.m. to
midnight. Among the many
stores featuring special
values are Pages and Pages,
For Kids Only, Seventh
Heaven, Leona, Scandia
Down, Creations by Pol-
lak's, The Stitching Bee,
Designer's Shoes For Men
and Women, More Woman
and Hamon's Sports Collec-
tibles in Tally Hall.

'Sinai Hospital of Detroit
will present a free lecture on
"Effective Discipline and
Communications Tech-
niques for Parents" at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the hospi-
tal's Zuckerman Au-
ditorium.
Social workers Charles
Bureh and . Rainona
itukStele of the Sinai de- -
partment of psychiatry will
give the lectures:

Sponsered .by

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woon•eato•• ■

CLASSIC CONSTRUC-
TION CORP. announces
the grand opening of its
Maple Place condominium
community, a 112-unit de-
velopment on Maple Road
just west of Drake road in
West Bloomfield Township.
Model hours are 1 p.m. to 6
p.m. daily and Sunday.

Free lecture
for parents

The years 'go by slowly for this man who longs to
be reunited in Israel with his wife, Avital, whom
he hasn't seen since 1974:

• 14 karat, gold
• fine jewelry
• diamonds and
*diamond setting.
• pearls
• beads
• colored stones
• American Indian
jewelry
• estate jewelry
• antiques
• repairs
• custom designing
• special orders
• watches and clocks
saleS and repair
• earrings
• sizing

21 and older are in-
vited.
The group will have a
Cedar Point trip Aug. 25
and 26. Carpools will be
formed to go to Toledo to join
the Toledo Jewish Singles
for a party.' Accommoda-
tions will be available at the
Toledo Red Roof Inn. Fee for
the hotel is based on four-
person occupancy. Reserva-
tions are due by Wednes-
day. For details, call the
B'nai B'rith office, 552-
8177.

les age

BUSINESS

A DATING SERVICE FOR JEWISH SINGLES

presents
2 entirely different Gala Bridal Parties
And Fashion Shows!

Doors open at 1:30 pm
Doors open at 7:00 pm
KINGSLEY INN
RAMADA INN
1475 Woodward
28225 Telegraph
Bloomfield Hills
Southfield
Tickets $2.00 with advance reservation or
$3.00 at the Door
• For reservations call: 775 7431

Harlene Adiv, director of
family life education at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will
deliver a talk on "Moving to
a Higher Level — How to
Make the High Holidays
Beneficial to You" at 10:30
a.m. Sept. 9 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Admission is free.

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