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March 21, 1986 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-21

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74 Friday, March 21, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A Diamond...
The gift that outshines
all the rest

THE JEWISH CONNECTION

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so completely A diamond dazzles her with
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Write P.O. Bix 2514
Southfield, 60 48037-2514
•LOWEST FEE IN TOWN!

sure to find one just for her.
All specially priced below retail

( bruce m. weiss

The Diamond People For Over 50 Years

645-9200

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SINGLES

a Successful Dating Service For
[. Single
• Divorced $10.00 Off
• Widowed with this ad
MEN AND WOMEN OF
— ALL AGES —
Call (313) 967-1034

Jewelers

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26325 Twelve Mile Rd
Southeast corner Northwestern

Behind Gabe's Fruits

In The Mayfair Shops

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Mon -Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8.30

GIFTS DEVELOP PERSONALITIES OF
THEIR OWN WHEN HAND-DECORATED
BY THE ARTISTS AT

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ORCHARD LAKE ROAD, NORTH OF MAPLE • 851-1022

The Israel department of the
Columbus Jewish Federation and
the Leo Yassenoff Jewish Center
are offering a trip to Israel for
Jewish singles.
The trip includes visits to Tel-
Aviv, Haifa, Tiberius, Golan
Heights, Dead Sea, and
Jerusalem. Barbecues, home hos-
pitality and other parties with Is-
raeli singles are scheduled.
The trip will be held June 8-22,
via El Al Airlines, at a cost of
$1,550. For information, contact
Ben Zion Sifrony, Community
Shaliach, Columbus Jewish Fed-
eration, 1175 College Avenue,
Columbus, Ohio 43209, (614)
237-7686; or Carol Folkerth, Leo
Yassenoff Jewish Center, 1125
College Ave. Columbus, Ohio
43209, (614) 231-2731.
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6907 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
Jus t So u th f Ma ple Rd.
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Saturday, March 29, 1986 •• 8 PM - Midnight

Your Attorney in

Proceeds still benefit the Jewish Conntzunity Center

Israel

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER .
6600 W. Maple at Drake • W. Bloomfield, Michigan
'Admission $5.00 or FREE with purchase of
10 $1 raffle tickets.
$500 per person limit on winnings


*BIG PRIZE DRAWING*

Singles Trip
To Israel Planned

GIFTS & ACCESSORIES
AND MORE

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Phone: Country 972 area 52
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& Fayne Travel Co.

• Business Ventures
• Real Estate - Purchases
- leases
• Customs - Imports

Gifts from Tapper's Fine Jewelry and other local mer-
chants.
For more information call 661-1000, X 180.

U.S. Affiliate: Wilbert StrnkovItz
Attorney at Law
177 W. 131g Beaver Rd.
Troy, MI 48084
313-889-9390

M11172 63S

Temple To Host
Singles Service

The Birmington Temple Sing-
les Group will host its annual
singles Sabbath service at 8:30
p.m. March 28 at the temple.
Rabbi•Sherwin Winewill speak
on "Experiencing Success: Mak-
ing Things Happen." an Oneg
Shabbat and social hour will fol-
low.
• For information, call the tem-
ple, 477-1410.

MAZEL TOV!

Lo-La did it again

10 happy couples

Want to be # 11?

Contact 10-LA
The Dating Service for Jewish Singles

For brochure call —

Claire Arm
Millie Rosenbaum

8:30 a.m. at Southfield High
School. •
Guest speaker will be Dr. Paul
Pearsall, who designed and di-
rects the Problems of Daily Living
Clinic in the department of psy-
chiatry at Sinai Hospital of De:
troit. He is professor of psycholgy
at Henry Ford Community Col. '
lege, adjunct assistant professor
at the Wayne State University
Medical School, and director of
summer institutes at the Kinsey
Institute for Research in Sex,
Gender, and Reproduction.
He has done post-graduate
work at the Masters and Johnson
Institute, the Harvard Medical
School, the Albert Einstein Medi-
cal School and the University of
Colorado Medical School.
He has presented papers
throughout North America on
topips relevant to transitional life
crises confronting the family to-
day. He has designed and' ffered
seminars for physicians, nurses,
teachers, and other professionals

on effective communication, pro-
fessional-and personal stress, and

HIGH FASHION PURSES
DESIGNER JEWELRY

I 20% off INVITATIONS

,

B'NAI B'RITH MICHIGAN
SINGLES will meet at 8 p.m.
Sunday in the B'nai B'rith Build-
ing. Esther Tamoff Cooper will
speak on "Jewish Ritual Art."
There is a charge. Refreshments
will be served. For information,
call Shirley Gendler, 268-7139; or
Stella Rives, 559-2366.

ON THE BOARDWALK

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SUGAR TREE

TC YOUNG JEWISH SING-
LES (18-28) will have a "Spring
Has Sprung" party Saturday at
the Northgate Apts. club house at
9 p.m. There is a fee. Refresh:
ments will be provided.
Music, dancing and Trivial
Pursuit will be on the agenda. For
information and reservations, call
TC Young Singles 552-0265.
On May 3, TC Young Jewish
Singles will have their "Super
Summer Kick-Off Dance" at the
main Jewish Center. The dance
starts at 9 p.m. and there is a fee.
To help out with the dance, call
TC Young Jewish Singles, 552-
0265. All are welcome. •

Singles Seminar
Misted By SPACE

356 0949

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

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SPACE, a non-sectarian com-
munity service of National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women's Greater
Detroit Section, will host a day-
long "Symposium on Singlehood
and Celebration: A -Day Without
Problems," featuring Dr. kiaul
Pearsall, on April 13 beginning at

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maintaining a balance between
personal and professional growth.
His publications are in the area
of learning disabilities, family
growth and development, sexual
health, and short term therapy
formats. Now in preparation is his
most recent book to be published
by McGraw-Hill, entitled
Psychoimmunity: Conquering In-
vasions of Our Inner Space.
For information, call Aida Cu-
tler, at the SPACE offices, 258-
6606, Monday through Friday, 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration dead-
line is April 7. .

Couples Group
Has Dinner .

Yachad, the Beth Achim
Couples' Club, will have a kosher
Chinese dinner prepared by resi-
dent caterer, Henry Sperber. Af-
terwards games will be played:
Trivial Pursuit, cards, game show
games and more. There is a
charge for the evening.
Yachad is Beth Achim's group
for younger couples. It is open to
any couple.' For information or
reservations by Thursday, call the
Beth Achim office, 352-8670;
Sandy Fink, 557-9491; or Debbie
Bernstein, 357-1861.

PNAI To Meet
Thursday At UHS

.

Michigan Chapter, Parents of
North' American Israelis, Inc.,
will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in
the Friedman Conference Center
at the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Mel Mermell, chairman of the
PNAI committee to consider the
proposals on, reducing parental
opposition to aliyah, will be the
speaker.
Parents with children living in
Israel are invited. For informa-
tion, call Harmon Bayer, 626-
5029; or Esther Tal, 661-1000,
ext. 265.

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