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August 08, 1986 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-08

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GULIAN'S

RECENTLY RETIRED SINGLE

NEVER MARRIED, AUSTRIAN BORN SAGITTARIAN, OPEN MINDED BACHELOR
61, 5'4", 147, JEWISH, EYES NEARSIGHTED, NON-ALCOHOLIC, BORDER LINE
DIABETIC, LOW KEY CONSERVATIVE MODEST PERSONALITY, NO SPORTS AC-
TIVIST WITH MANY DIVERSIFIED INTERESTS, LIVING CHENE EAST LAFAYETTE
AREA TRYING TO FIND FEMALE PARTNER TO SHARE PLEASANT FUTURE RE-
TIREMENT LIFE, DESIRES MATURE, PROBLEM FREE, UNATTACHED, INDEPEN-
DENT, HEALTHY, NON-PREJUDICED, SOPHISTICATED, WARM LADY, PREFERA-
BLY WITH CAR. GOOD LOOKS NOT IMPORTANT. AMBITIOUS TO UNCOMPLI-
CATED, HONEST, NON-MATERIALISTIC, SINCERE LASTING LOVING, MEAN-
INGFUL HAPPY RECIPROCAL ASSISTANCE AND RELATIONSHIP. SINCERE REPLY
WITH PHONE NUMBER AND ADDRESS TO:

SINCE 1915

Formerly of Somerset Mall

MICHIGAN'S LARGEST SELECTION OF

is named after her maternal
great-grandmother Fannie
Harris and paternal great-
grandmother Pearl Bier.

JUNE 1 — Larry and Lori

(Grushko) Schappa of Far-
mington Hills are proud to
announce the birth of their
son, Jeffrey Alan. The proud
grandparents are former De-
troiters Leonard and Rhoda
Grushko of Houston, Tex.,
and Richard and Frances
Schappa of Cadillac, Mich.
Thrilled great-grandparents
are Mrs. Samuel Coggan,
Peter Grushko, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schappa and Mr. and

Mrs. I.J. Permoda. Jeffrey is
named in loving memory of
his great-grandfather Mr.
Samuel Coggan and his
great-great-uncle Mr. Morris
Wayne.

MAY 21 — Rabbi David and
Ellen (Radner) Baron of
Santa Monica, Calif., proudly
announce the birth of their
first child, Jonathan Radner
Baron. Proud grandparents
are Ralph Radner of Berkley
and Joshua and Gail Brand-
wein of Santa Monica, Calif.
Jonathan is named in loving
memory of his maternal
grandmother, Sally Radner.

SINGLES

SINGLES UNIT, B'nai
B'rith, will sponsor coffee and
conversation Sunday at 8 p.m.
at Eleanor Manella's home,
26918 W. 12 Mile Road, South-
field. There will be a charge.
For information call Mrs.
Manella, 353-2926.

THE CHAI SKI CLUB AND
THE PEDDLERS BIKE
CLUB, will engage in softball

and volleyball at 10:30 a.m.
Aug. 17 at Kensington Park.
They will meet at the main
Jewish Community Center at
10:30 a.m. for carpools to the
park. The cost is admission to
the park. Bring your own pic-
nic and drink. For informa-
tion, call Larry Rosenberg,
471-2695.

THE COMMUNITY NET-
WORK FOR JEWISH
SINGLES (25-45) is planning

two events. The Endless
Summer Slumber Weekend
for Singles at the Fresh Air
Society will be Sept. 5-7. Ac-
tivities will include canoeing,
fishing, tennis and aerobics.
There is a fee which must be
received by Aug. 15. For in-
formation, call Jill Cole, 661-
1000 ext. 347.
Tomorrow, the group will be
visiting the Polish Ethnic Fes-
tival. They will meet at 7 p.m.
at the Bagel Factory on 12
Mile and Evergreen. For in-
formation, contact Harry
Pevos, 355-3512.

SINGLES 2 (40-55) will pre-
sent Picnic in the Park 11:30
a.m. Sunday at Springdale
Gold Course in Birmingham, a
block north of 16 mile, east of
Woodward. Picnickers will
meet in the covered area of the
course located at the end of
Strathmore. In the event of
rain, the picnic will be
scheduled for Aug. 17. RSVP
to Mary Feldman, 353-5443,
or Herb Mandell, 341-1132.

ROSE SHERER SOCIAL-
ITES executive board and

newly elected officers will
meet at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Northgate clubhouse.
Lunch will be served, followed
by a meeting.

EROTICA NETSUKE
JADE TREES
LAPIS LAZULI
JADE, MALACITE
AND OTHER STONE CARVINGS
ALSO
A VERY FINE SELECTION OF JEWELRY

THE JEWISH NEWS
20300 CIVIC CENTER DR.
SUITE 240 #2482
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48076

ORCHARD MALL
WEST BLOOMFIELD

851-5516

*SINGLES

I

Joseph Berenholz,

M.D. J.F.A.C.O.G.

OF ALL AGES WELCOME

is pleased to announce

AUGUST BASH

the opening of

His New Office

L.Z. Productions
Singles Party

SEE OLD FRIENDS
AND MEET NEW ONES

• Great Prizes • Light Snacks
• Exciting Music • Cash Bar

in the practice of

Obstetrics and Gynecology.

This practice will place an emphasis on
new obstetrical care, infertility, general

New Date

gynecology and gynecologic urology.

Sunday, August 17
8:30 P.M.

Providence Medical Office Building

Steak & Ale

12 Mile & Orchard Lake
Farmington Hills

Cover Charge ONLY $5.00
At the Door
* Must be at least 21

DOOR
PRIZES

FRIENDSHIP SINGLES

(21-35) B'nai B'rith is taking
reservations for a camping
weekend at the Pinery, near
Sarnia, Ont. for the weekend
of Aug. 22-24. The cost of the
weekend includes food, trans-
portation, tent and campsite.
For information, call Phil
Neuman, 357-1871.

22250 Providence Dr.
Suite'608
Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 559-4580

MUSIC

Galaxy Productions

invites

All Jewish Singles

LZ PRODUCTIONS invites

t O

singles 21 and over to its
summer party at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Farmington
Hills Steak and Ale, 12 Mile
and Orchard Lake Rd.
Cash bar, dancing, prizes
and snacks will highlight the
evening. There is an admis-
sion fee.

THE SUMMER DANCE
OF THE YEAR

Sunday, August 10, 8:00 p.m.

at

TEQUILA WILLIES

Robert Axelrod, Barry Rosenberg, Bonnie Wolfe and Wendy
Hirschelman are members of the Junior Great Books group at
the. Jewish Community Center, which meets twice a week. While
the youngsters are enjoying short stores by authors such as Jack
London and Ray Bradbury, they are also developing their
reading skills. At the completion of the course, each participant
will receive a certificate from the Great Books Foundation.

26551 Evergreen
Southfield

FUN

Admission $5.00

FRIENDS

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