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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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FREE CUT
OR COLOR

60 Terrific Years

FREE CUT OR
TOUCH-UP COLOR.
CHOOSE ONE
OR THE OTHER

tribute to the anniversary of the
Jewish Community Center of Metro Detroit

featuring:
TUESDAY TROUPERS • FESTIVAL DANCERS
RC-22 IMPROVISATIONAL GROUP
THE VERY YOUNG DANCERS
CATHY LICHTMAN • MARIAN LEE SANDWEISS

2:00 P.M.

Sunday, March 8, 1987

$5.00 Members $6.00 lion-members $3.00 Seniors & Children

Jewish Community Center

6600 W. Maple Road
W. Bloomfield - 661-1000

ARE YOU A YOUNG UPWARDLY
MOBILE PROFESSIONAL?
Come To LO-LA and meet

When people hear we give free
cuts to new clients they don't
understand.

They expect beauty school
drop-outs!! Dumb styling!!
What they get is the terrific
Veillette look, trendy cuts, perms,
coloring, frostings and great
stylists. The professional
Veillette cosmetologist.

We're so sure you will come back
for seconds we will do your first
one free.

ONE VISIT —
YOU'LL UNDERSTAND

NEW CLIENTS ONLY

EXPIRES MARCH 31, 1987

WITH THIS COUPON

your counterpart

Waif Tit

Try our complimentary interview

strictly confidential.

HAIR, FACE, NAIL
& SUN TANNING
FULL SERVICE SALON
FOR MEN & WOMEN

P.O. Box 254

Claire Arm
Mildred Rosenbaum

Lathrup Village, MI 48075

356-0949

IN THE ORCHARD

MAIL 851-6520

Did you leave your heart
in San Francisco?
Did the fog get you down in London Town?

WE HAVE THE PERFECT 'FOR YOU!!!

Join your fellow Detroiters and friends from throughout the U.S.
on the United Jewish Appeal

NATIONAL SINGLES* MISSION TO ISRAEL

JULY 5-15, 1987

Pre-Mission to Prague departs July 1

• Experience the joy of being among your people in their exciting new-old land.
• Walk the streets of the world's most beautiful–and liveliest-- cities .
• Come to know the everyday heroes who have made modern history in the desert.
• Share in an adventure with other singles who have similar values and lifestyles.

You will have the opportunity to make your pledge to the 1988 Allied Jewish Campaign.

*Age 25-40

Mail this form to: Young Adult Division, Jewish Welfare Federation, 163 Madison Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226

Yes, I'm interested in the Singles Mission to Israel. Please send information.
I'm interested in the Prague pre-mission, too.
Let me know details of March 29 information meeting.

Name

(Please print)

Address

82

Friday, March 6, 1987

Zip

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SINGLE

Hit The Beach

Continued from preceding page

big" according to Gateway's
Lieberman. Part of that comes
from the fact that everything's
included. Ann Sak, manager,
leisure travel, at Travel Un-
limited said singles who take
the Singleworld cruises find
that they don't have to pay a
single supplement. Singles
traveling "quad," four to a ca-
bin, can get a package for one
week aboard the NCL Norway
for about as low as $850 or
$1,100 based on double occu-
pancy.
The islands — the Grand
Caymans and the Virgin Is-
lands — are still "hot," accord-
ing to Alfieri, and Florida, too,
particularly Marco Island,
Sarasota and Captiva which
are traditional favorites.
Another option singles have
this spring is the State of Israel
Bonds' New Leadership Di-
vision delegation to Israel. The
Detroit delegation, led by
Brian Schubot, will go to Israel
May 17-29 and will cost $1,795
per person, based on double oc-
cupancy.
Cost of the trip includes
round-trip airfare from New
York, accommodations, most
meals and tours. In addition,
there are visits to places be-
yond the typical tourist sites.
Last year, the trip visited mili-
tary bases and the Orde Win-
gate Institute as well as fac-
tories and development towns.
Talks with government offi-
cials and visits to Jerusalem,
Yad Vashem, the Knesset,
Massada and the Western Wall
also are included.
Richard G. Partrich, co-
leader of last year's Detroit
New Leadership delegation,
said that the group's trip is
different from regular group
visits to the Jewish state.
"You see Israel from an eco-
nomic, historical, geographic
and military perspective, that
allows you to understand and
appreciate Israel's unique role
in the Mideast and its pa-
ramount importance to the
world Jewish community.
"Our meetings with key
members of the government
and opposition, combined with
entree into the Jewish nation's
industrial complex, infrastruc-
ture and defense installations,
revealed both Israel's great
strengths and equally great
vulnerability. For example,
visiting a tank base in the
Golan Heights, we observed
first hand the technologically
superior Merkava tank as it
was put through maneuvers
against a backdrop of Syria.
"There is no other trip I've
ever heard of that offers these
unique opportunities."
For those who want to gO a
little closer to home, Toronto is
great even for a weekend get-
away. "It's the most popular
one (trip) we sell," Gordon
says. He said tourists like To-
ronto because it is safe and
clean and has "marvelous
dinner theaters."
Langwald said The Sheraton

Centre hotel is the most po-
pular hotel among visitors be-
cause of its downtown location.
European trips for singles
are available and include most
meals and sight-seeing. A typi-
cal three-week trip costs about
$1,200 but does not include air-
fare. There is usually a meet-
ing place, such as London, and
singles proceed on their tour
from that point.
Travel agents suggest book-
ing soon because places are fil-
ling up fast. ❑

SPACE Conducts
Symposium April 5

SPACE, a non-sectarian
community service of National
Council of Jewish Women
Greater Detroit Section, will
host a day-long Symposium
'87, "A Fresh Approach to a
New Season," on April 5 at
Groves High School, Birming-
ham, beginning at 9 a.m.
SPACE offers support for
those men and women who are
divorced, widowed or sepa-
rated, and their families. Sym-
posium '87 provides a full day
of programming on relevant is-
sues and topics.
The day will include three
keynote speakers: Rabbi
Sherwin Wine, Birmingham
Temple, who will speak on
"The Pursuit of Happiness";
John McColloch, talk show
host of WXYT Talk Radio, who
will provide "Nine Steps to Get
Ready for Change"; and Dr.
Steve Goren, clinical psychol-
ogist who will speak on "Keep-
ing Your Life in Balance."
. In addition, all participants
will choose three out of 12
workshops to attend for the
day. Luncheon will be pro-
vided, as well as a social hour
at the end of the day.
For information or to regis-
ter, call the SPACE office,
258-6606.

CALENDAR

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES:
Main Jewish Center, drop-
in coed volleyball, 6:30
p.m. Thursday, beginners,
8 p.m. Thursday, advanced;
admission, 661-1000, ext.
347.

TOASTMASTERS: Main
Jewish Center, 6600 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield,
regular meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, free, 642-3617 or
356-5369.

SINGLES 2: Main Jewish
Center, 6600 W. Maple,
West Bloomfield, social
worker Lanie Broder, 8
p.m. Thursday, admission,
661-1000, ext. 347.

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