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April 24, 1987 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-24

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SINGLE

Single Eh?

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Toronto 1 1/2 years ago, she de-
cided to join organizations
like Pioneer Women`Naamat
and do volunteer work. "I
met women through Pioneer
Women who introduced me to
men. When you're new to a
city there's a lot of network-
ing going on."
Optician Mitchell Anker,
29, said he met potential
dates doing his grocery shop-
ping at midnight. (In To-
ronto, one chain of super-
markets is open 24 hours.) "A
lot of people do their shop-
ping at night," he said. And,
he admitted, he actually met
someone he dated.
Anker said he meets people
through his job, but strongly
states that he never dates
clients. After they've been his
clients and there is no longer
a professional relationship,
Anker will date women he's
met on the job.
He said he looked at dat-
ing as if it were a job. "It's
work like anything else. You
get out of it what you put
into it."
Koffman said another ave-
nue singles pursue for meet-
ing others is the synagogues.
"One of the greatest meeting
places is the synagogue.
Local rabbis will fix you up."
And just as Detroiters go to
clubs like Jukebox, Ginopolis
or McFrock's, so do Toronto
Jewish singles patronize their
bars`discos. Asked what some
of the top night spots are, the
singles listed Earl's Tin

A Good Time .. .

Stk. #6537

Stk. #6563

21 Available at
Similar Discounts

16 Available at

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*Rebate is included in sale price

HOURS
Mon. & Thu.
'til 9
Tu., Wed., Fri.
'til 6

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Friday, April 24, 1987

42355 GRAND RIVER

Just East of Novi Rd.. Novi

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Following is a list of phone
numbers of Jewish singles ac-
tivities one may wish to call
while visiting Toronto to
learn about what's happening
on the singles scene.
Jewish Information Serv-
ice: (416) 635-5600
Jewish Singles Hotline: (416)
889-5101
Jewish Community Center-
Valley: (416) 889-0813 -
Metro Toronto Singles: (416)
221-7111
Beth Tikvah Chai (35 and
up): (416) 925-6572Jewish
Dateline (intro service): (416)
789-0110
Myer Dorn (intro service):
789-3213
Floating Singles Congrega-
tion: (416) 633-3838
Looking to meet other. Jewish
singles in Toronto? Go to the
places they patronize:
Rooney's, Earl's Tin Palace,
Pickle Barrel (Leslie and De-

xter), Amsterdam's , Berlin
(night club), Bregman's
staurant, The Keg restaur-
ant, Lick's Hamburgers,
Brandy's, Sparkles (CN To-
wer), The Diamond, The
Copa, The Blue Note, RPM,
Yorkville Ave. (between Bay
and Avenue Rd.), DeSoto's.

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