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June 26, 1987 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-26

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Reliable & Experienced
Since 1930

YOUR DATELIN

851-0909

When you're not looking, we are!

• Insurance Estimates Accepted
• Expert Color Match
Foreign and American

TOWING & RENTAL CARS
AVAILABLE

LaSalle Body
Shop Inc.

28829 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

BET. 12 & 13 MILE, Farm. Hills
Max Fleischer
553-7111

• a selective referral dating service

Temple Beth El

presents

A Summer Singles Shabbat

Shabbat, Supper and Schmooz

(for Singles aged 25 to 45)

Friday, July 10, 1987

5:30 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
6:30 p.m. Shabbat Dinner
7:30 p.m. Program

The Program
Will Be Led By

Rabbi
Donne! I. Schwartz

"Learning How to be a
Jewish Single in the Eighties"

There will be a '1.00 charge for dinner.

For reservations and information

851-1100

This program is made possible through the
generosity of the Henrietta and Clarence
Ascher Adult Education Fund of Temple Beth El.

Temple Beth El

7400 Telegraph (at 14 Mile)
Birmingham, Michigan

■•■

Friday, June 26, 1987

The Midwest Jewish Singles
Network, Inc., publishes a
newsletter called The Connec-
tor, which reaches Jewish
singles in about 25 states.
In the latest issue of The Con-
nector; singles can find personal
ads, information about Jewish
singles parties in various parts
of the Midwest, information
about singles trips and other
singles activities. The June
issue focuses on singles ac-
tivities in Minneapolis-St. Paul,

For a copy of The Connector,
send $2 for postage and handl-
ing to The Connector, P.O. Box
24331, Omaha, Neb. 68124.

Socialites Plan
Holiday Picnic

Rose Sherer Socialites will
hold their annual picnic on Ju-
ly 5 at 1:30 p.m. at David
Shepherd Park, near the tennis
courts, facing Oak Park Blvd.
Friends are invited, and all are
asked to bring their own lun-
ches. The club will provide

CALENDAR

Main
TOASTMASTERS:
Jewish Center, 6600 W.
Maple, meeting and orien-
tation, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
free, 642-3617 or 356-5369.

or

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`Connector' Links
Jewish Singles

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES
Brace-Lederle
(25-45):
Field, Southfield, co-ed,
drop-in softball, 10 a.m.
Sunday.

"It's Tough to be Single, But
Somebody's Got to Do lt."

call

SINGLE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

METRO TORONTO SINGLES:
Jewish Community Center-
Valley, Thornhill, Ontario,
Canada, singles dance, 8
p.m. Sunday, admission,
(416) 222-7111.

B'NAI BRITH MICHIGAN
SINGLES: home of Harold
Rodd, 2666 Bay Rd., West
Bloomfield, singles picnic,
11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday,
food, admission, 559-2366
or 268-7139.

Single Life is looking for
couples who are dating or
getting married as a
result of meeting through
The Jewish News' People
Connector Ads or the
Jewish Community
Center's Jewish Singles
Events Source personal
ads. Couples who have
met this way and are will-
ing to be interviewed and
photographed for a Single
Life feature story should
call News Editor Heidi
Press, 354-6060, during
business hours.

games and prizes and
watermelon.
Membership is open to single
men and women age 55 and up.
For information, call Betty
Brown, 546-6779; or President
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-6850.

Singles Chicago
Weekend Planned

The Jewish Community
Centers Association of St. Louis
(Mo.) will sponsor a "Super
Singles Weekend" in Chicago,
Ill., July 17-19 at the Chicago
Marriott Hotel.
On July 18, the main event
will be a cocktail party with a
DJ, cash bar, hors d'oeuvres.
For information, call Jamie
Field, JCCA singles coor-
dinator, (314) 432-5700, ext.
154; or Bee Dee Schwartz, (314)
878-1100.

Contests, Prizes
Highlight Party

Contests and prizes, dancing
and a cash bar will highlight
the Holiday for Singles party
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. July 3
at Sassy's in the Holiday Inn of
Southfield.
Singles age 21 and up are in-
vited. There is an admission
fee.

Condemnation
Draws Fire

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The arraign-
ment of 13 Kiryat Arba resi-
dents for alleged participation
in an armed raid by Jewish set-
tlers on the Daheisha refugee
camp near Bethlehem June 6
has been overshadowed for now
by another attack.
Settlers and right-wing
elements are condemning Lt.
Gen. Amram Mitzna, com-
mander of the central sector, for
his public expression of outrage
over the incident. He called it
the most despicable act ever
perpetrated by Jews in the ad-
ministered territories.
Mitzna, whom rightwingers
accuse of political motivations,
has the full backing of the
Israel Defense Force and a large
segment of public opinion. "All
the IDF central command and
General Staff officers back
Mitzna's choice of words about
the settlers' act in Daheisha,"
the military correspondent of
Al
the Mapam daily
Hamishmar reported, quoting
senior IDF sources.
"The time has come to speak
out about the situation in the
territories the way it really is,
even if phrased in harsh terms,"
the source said. "Mitzna favors
neither the left nor the right,
only the IDF."

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