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November 07, 1986 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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SINGLES

hi

SINGLES

COME JOIN US!

Shabbat evening of singing, discussion,
socializing, companionship, and prayer.

Dining Solo

Fri., November 21 at 8:45 p.m.

Now Appearing

Co-sponsored by Singles Connection and

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Community Network For Jewish Singles.

Marilyn Kirschner
851-0481

SINGLES

Laura Levey
661-0073

Jill Cole
661-1000, x-347

SINGLES

Cheers

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Tues.-Sat.

For Dancing and
Listening Entertainment

SINGLES

Build a better life

areatiewr

Support the Association for Retarded Citizens in its work of
building better lives for millions of children and adults with
mental retardation.
Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens
17288 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48076
(313) 557-7650

Help build

WARM-UP SUITS
FOR
SINGLES!!

Association for Retarded Citizens

HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR ALL

JEWISH
SINGLES!

For Lounging • Jogging • Traveling • Mingling

The first issue of "THE CONNECTOR
Magazinette" is out with dozens of personal
messages for singles of all ages. For your FREE
copy, send a self-addressed double-stamped le-
gal size envelope to:

the

Files • Ellesse • Tacchini • Head

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MIDWEST JEWISH SINGLES NETWORK...

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tinri e Maple at Lahser
646-4475

P.O. Box 24331 • Omaha. NE 68124

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A RESTAURANT

Each week in this col-
umn, The Jewish News
will print a locally-
produced feature for
singles dealing with
food, fitness or finance.
Next week's feature
deals with finance.

Excellent Cuisine
In A Beautiful,
Gracious & Elegant
Atmosphere

A Singles Folk-Guitar Service
led by Rabbi Yedwab
at Temple Israel

Continued from. Page 88

you're likely to be most well
received, says Sally F.
"Monday and Tuesday
nights are good times to try
the glitzier places," she
suggests. "On Friday and
Saturday nights, even reg-
ular customers may be claw-
ing each other for tables. So
if you go on either of these
nights, it's not surprising
that a maitre d' may try to
stick you behind a potted
palm."
Marge R. tries to seek out
cheery restaurants which she
calls "just this side of funky."
She rarely feels ill at ease in
a Chinese or Japanese res-
taurant where the atmos-
phere tends to be more down
home. She makes a point of
trying fancier restaurants for
breakfast or lunch.
Betty W. spent the first six
months alone frequenting
fast food outlets. When she
could no longer down another
burger or taco, she survived
on canned soup and TV
dinners. -
"Dining out alone causes
more consternation than any
other solo activity," she says.
"I think that the restaurant
and the hour you choose to
dine are important considera-
tions. Smaller, quainter
places are more conducive to
the single diner than others.
"I tried dining early before
the crowds arrived. I felt
more relaxed because occupy-
ina a table for two makes me
b uneasy. But sometimes
feel
it's the personnel in a restau-
rant who make you feel that
way."
Noticing you're alone,
people will sometimes ap-
proach you, says Lillian P.
Waiters and waitresses will
strike up conversations and
diners at other tables may
even send you a drink. You
can catch the eye of another
solitary diner, something you
couldn't do if you stayed
home and ate Stouffer's.
"In a restaurant you feel
like the Lone Ranger," says
Janice G. "Can eating out
yourself ever be pleasant
when you go anywhere be-
sides the corner coffee shop?"
While some singles say
they're treated like social
outcasts when they dine
alone, others say this experi-
ence grows less common
every year. Maybe that's be-
cause singlehood in the last
decade has achieved a new
status and respectability if
for no other reason than it's a
state populated by millions.
Lobster or steak for one
beats frozen chicken pot pie.
Go for it! ❑

SINGLES

555 Woodward Birmingham

Protect your unb
prenatal care. Cai
for a free booklet;:
Baby Before It Is

rn baby with good
your local chapter
"Be Good To Your
om."

642-9400
Now Appearing For Dancing

Tues. Thru Sat. Evening

Mondays

HEARTBEAT

Alexander Zonjic Trio

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