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September 21, 1984 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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Friday, September 21, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I'VE GOT THIS
GIRLFRIEND WITH A
GREAT PERSONALITY...

NO THANKS—
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JEWISH SINGLES
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THE CONFIDENTIAL, DIGNIFIED
DATING SERVICE.

FOR BROCHURE AND FREE INTERVIEW
CALL: 356-0949
OR WRITE: LO-LA
P.O. BOX 254
LATHRUP VILLAGE, MI 48076

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FALL SALE!

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Mohairs, Chenilles and Novelty Yarns

SATURDAY
September 22nd

SINGLES

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES has
helped organize a new singles
group for persons age 40-55. The
group will meet the first Thurs-
day of each month at the main
Jewish Community Center.
The first meeting will be held at
8 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Center
Psychic, Char, will present the
program. Admission is free. Or-
ganizers are Chuck Brooks, Fern
Ettinger and Deanna Tachna.
Volunteers are welcome. For de-
tails, call Brooks, daily at 557-
7642; or Ms. Tachna, 682-2930,
after 4 p.m.

The CNJS and The Jewish
News will co-sponsor a break-
the-fast dance 9:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at
the main Center. There is a
charge, and singles age 25-45 are
invited.
A limited number of reserva-
tions are still available for
theCNJS weekend at Camp
Tamarack, slated for Oct. 13 and
14. There is a fee. Registration
deadline is Oct. 1 for the reduced
fee. For application, call the Cen-
ter, 661-1000.
The CNJS will conduct a work-
shop on preparing personal ads at

7:30 p.m. Oct. 15 at the main Cen-
ter. Admission is free.
The CNJS is taking names for
its mailing list. To get on the list,
call the CNJS, 661-1000, ext. 219.
Bowlers will have a chance to
show their stuff in the CNJS bowl-
ing league which meets at 8:30
p.m. every other Sunday at Ark
Lanes West. For details, call the
CNJS.

B'NAI B'RITH MICHIGAN
SINGLES will ahve a break-the-
fast meal at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 in the
home of Nancy Miller, 29260
Franklin, Southfield. The meal is
limited to members only or to per-
sons who become members that
evening. Paid reservations are
due by Tuesday. Checks should be
mailed ty Shirley Gendler, 13171
Irvine, Oak Park 48237, or to Lore
Cohn, 29213 Tiffany Dr. W.,
Southfield 48034.

JEWISH
SINGLES /
PARENTS SUPPORT NET-
WORK OF ANN ARBOR will
have a Rosh Hashanah dinner
Thursday in the home of Sylvia
Hacker, 720 Greenhills Dr., Ann
Arbor. For details and what to
bring, call Ms. Hacker, 761-2391.

YOUTH

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(next to the Berkley Theatre)

543-2697

Seiko Lassale.
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no credit cards

BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL
MOSES is forming Kadima and
United Synagogue Youth groups.
Jewish youth in grades seven
and eight are eligible to join

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AUMIORZED DEALER

BETH SHALOM UNITED
SYNAGOGUE YOUTH will
have a movie party and ice cream
social at 9 p.m. Saturday in the
youth lounge. Selihot services
will follow. Admission fee is 10
canceled stamps. Dues are pay-
able at the door. For reservations,
call Aaron Konvisser, 557-8409;
or Julie Satz, 855-9818., The
group will visit the Federation
Apts. to distribute apples and
honey to the residents on Sept. 28,
meeting at the synagogue at 3
p.m.
BSUSY will go to the Center
Area Kinnus Nov. 8-11 in Cleve-
land, Ohio. There is a fee, and paid
reservations are due by Sept. 30.
For details, call adviser Karen
Knoppow, 569-8008.

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VISA

HOURS
Mon.-Fri. — 1 Oarn-6pm
Thursday — 10am-8pm
Saturday. — 10am-5pm

The Jewish News will have
early display and classified
advertising deadlines for
the issue of Sept. 28. The
classified deadline will be 2
p.m. Monday, Sept. 24. The
editorial deadline will re-
main at 12 noon Friday,
Sept. 21.

For the issue of Oct. 5, the
editorial deadline will be at
12 noon Wednesday, Sept.
26. Regular display and
classified advertising dead-
lines will be observed.

Kadima, while teens in grades
nine-12 may join the USY. Among
the activities to be held are pro-
grams, trips, dances and films.
For details, call the synagogue,
851-6880.

Corrections

The recipe for Coffee Peach
Frappe appearing in last
week's Jewish News was in
error. Following is the cor-
rected recipe:
COFFEE PEACH
FRAPPE
3 tbsps. instant Yuban or
Sanka brand coffee
11/2 cups cold water**
1/2 cup bourbon
1 can (16 oz.) sliced
peaches, chilled
Vs tsp. nutmeg
1 pint vanilla ice cream
Crushed ice
* * Or use 2 cups cold water
and 1 tbsp. imitation rum
flavor.
Dissolve instant coffee in
cold water in a medium bowl;
stir in bourbon and set aside.
Reserve 5 small peach slices
for garnish, if desired. Corn-
bine remaining peaches with
syrup, the nutmeg and about
11/2 cups of the ice cream in
blender container. Blend at
high speed until smooth. Add
to coffee mixture; blend well.
Serve in tall glasses over
crushed ice or pour into
punch cups. Top each serving
with a small scoop of the re-
maining ice cream. Garnish
with reserved peach slices
and mint sprigs, if desired.
Makes about 5 cups or 5 large
or 10 small servings.

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