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June 05, 1987 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-05

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DOLLARS SPEAK
THE LOUDEST

JEWISH SINGLES)

Because birds of a feather
flock together, Amber Apart-
ments are frequented by
pecuniarily prudent profes-
sionals having a proclivity for
erudition.

We are a dating program with a personal touch.
No videos, no computers, just real people.

For brochure or free interview call

LO-LA

2804830

Solicit Sue,
for "menu" of available
Amber Rental dwellings.

The Dating Program

LUPIEN

Claire Arm
Mildred Rosenbaum

P.O. Box 254

GET REAMS .

Letting; Village, MI 48075

Call The Jewish News

356-0949d

354-6060

SIXTIES SOCKHOP

June 13, 1987
9:00 p.m.

featuring: GAMUT,
the smashing 60's band

for information:
call Jill Cole
661-1000, ext. 347

admission: $7.00

at the
Jewish Community
Center (Maple/Drake)

SINGLE

Sockhop Opens
Singles Forum

A '60s sockhop will kick off
the Fit for Single Life singles
symposium at 9 p.m. June 13 at
the main Jewish Community
Center, sponsored by the Com-
munity Network for Jewish
singles.
:The sockhop will feature the
music of Gamut and will
celebrate the 60th anniversary
of the Jewish Center.
The next day, June 14, a
series of workshops for singles
will begin following 9 a.m.
registration. Topics to be
covered include single-parent
dating, interfaith dating,
dieting, traveling, developing
one's image, dating the second
time around and more.
Kicking off the day's ac-
tivities will be Dr. Edward
Lichten, who will speak on
"Safe Sexy" Special guest will
be David Blake who will give a
talk in humor and song on
"Taking Control of Your Life."
Weather permitting, a picnic
lunch will be served, and
singles should bring blankets
on which to sit.
"Live" People Connector ads
will be part of the day's ac-
tivities. Singles also will be
able to exhibit their artwork in
a singles art exhibition.
For details, call Jill Cole at
the Jewish Center, 661-1000,
ext. 347. There is a charge.

of the Jewish Welfare Federation

The Young Adult Division

will present

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latailatiataa

.

Ursula Walker
and the

Buddy godson Quintet

at its

49th Annual Meeting
and Election of Officers

pm. .
"Tuesday , June 1 6, 1 98m

Giant Singles
Weekend Planned

Independent
Midwest
Jewish Singles, based in St.
Louis, Mo., is planning a
giant singles party July
10-12 in St. Louis for singles
in their 20s, 30s and 40s.
The weekend will be based
at the Midway Motor Lodge
and will open with a happy
hour. The group will go to
area restaurants and discos.
Trips will be arranged to
the St. Louis Zoo, the Gate-
way Arch and other points of
interest.
A dance at the Midway
Lodge will conclude the
weekend. For information
and reservations, call .in St.
Louis, Mark Richman, (314)
576-5010; Howard Bly, (314)
878-8932; or Rosalie Goz,
(314) 961-8751.

Knollvvood Country Club

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Allied Jewish Campaign

d a pledge to the 19
$21 per person and
Admission:
For more information call:
. 141, by June 8
965-3939, ext

80

Friday, June 5, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chanukah Cruise

Let's Travel, Inc. in St.
Louis announces its first
Chanukah cruise for Jewish
singles. The sailing date is
Dec. 13.
The cruise will leave from
Miami for seven days aboard
the Song of America. The
three ports of call are: San
Juan, Puerto Rico, The Island

of Labadee, and St. Thomas
in the Virgin Islands.
For more information con-
tact: Wilma King at Let's
Travel, Inc., 1-800-334-2628.

CALENDAR

COMMUNITY NETWORK FOR
JEWISH SINGLES (25 45):

-

Brace-Lederle Field,
Southfield, co-ed softball, 10
a.m. Sundays.

COMMUNITY NETWORK FOR
JEWISH SINGLES (25 45):

-

Paradigm Dance Theater,
Detroit, Cathy Lichtman and
Dancers, 8 p.m. Saturday, ad-
mission, reservations,
661-1000, ext. 347.

CONG. B'NAI ISRAEL
SINGLES: Cong. B'nai Israel
of West Bloomfield, brunch,
speaker, Rabbi Sherman
Kirschner, noon Sunday,

681-5353.

TOASTMASTERS: main Jewish

Community Center, 6600 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield, free
orientation, 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day, 642-3617 or 356-5369.

Bicycle Club
Lists Schedule

Peddlers Bicycle club (25-45)
has announced its June
schedule.
The first ride will take place
Sunday, meeting at 10:30 a.m.
at the Southfield Public
Library. A special Father's Day
ride is planned for June 21 and
participants can bring children
and their bikes and a picnic
lunch.
Les Lunsky and Larry
Rosenberg are the club direc-
tors. For details, call Lunsky,
681-0527.

Special
Singles Section

Are there any parties
this weekend? What are
Jewish singles talking
about? Know an out-
standing Jewish single?
The Jewish News wants to
feature it in the new
Single Life section ap-
pearing every Friday.
Address listings or story
ideas to Single Life, do
The Jewish News, 20300
Civic Center Dr., Suite
240, Southfield 48076.
Items must be typed,
double-spaced and in-
clude a contact name
and phone number. List-
ings must be received at
least two weeks prior to
publication.

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