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March 04, 1988 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-04

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SINGLE LIFE I

LEASING
REBATES

NO MONEY DOWN

Use Your Rebate
As Down Payment

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Double Entendre

Continued from preceding page

hopefully not as the result of
a recent operation.
SWM — Single white male.
See "SWF"; operations go
both ways.
Social Drinker — Has only
two at the party, then a six-
pack on the ride home.
Stupid — See "Naive!' See
"Honest." An incredible
waste of time.
Warm — Is ardent or in-
terested. Ready to go. Saves
time, money, liquor. See "Af-
fectionate."
A word of caution: Don't let
the previous definitions and
interpretations dampen your
spirits. Personal ads are still
a great way to meet people.
There are many wonderful,
sincere, honest and caring
people who use the personals
— people truly worth
meeting.

However, if the ad says
Prince Charming and Pee
Wee Herman shows up, or if
you're expecting Loni Ander-
son and she looks more like
Sparky Anderson — well,
don't say we didn't warn
you. ❑

Mike Parnos is a Royal Oak free-
lance writer. Reprinted by
permission of the author.

Singles To See
Dance Group

CNJS will attend a perfor-
mance of "Waves," 7 p.m.
March 12 at the Music Hall.
Reservations must be made
prior to Monday. For informa-
tion, call Jill Cole, 661-1000,
ext 347.

I YOUTH

B'nei Akiva
Plans Fast

B'nei Akiva will hold a na-
tionwide day of fasting Thurs-
day on behalf of Soviet
refuseniks Yuli and Inna
Kosharovsky. Activities will
be scheduled with Jewish day
schools, and Detroit B'nei
Akiva will telephone the Rus-
sian family on March 20.
The B'nei Akiva-Young
Israel of Southfield Sunday
Fun Groups (grades one-five)
will meet for a surprise event,
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue. For information,
contact Susie Schlussel,
557-3810.
On Sunday evening,
Chevreyah Zach (grades six-
eight) will hold a Post-Purim
masquerade and olympiada.
There is an admission charge
and each participant must be
dressed in costume. For reser-
vations, call Debra Chopp,
356-1794.
Sunday Fun Groups will
visit the Matzah Factory at
the Jewish Community
Center of West Bloomfield on
March 13. The group will
meet at the Young Israel of
Southfield at 1:30 p.m.
Two Israeli high school
goodwill ambassadors, Eli
Feinsilver and Merav
Kopelowitz, will join the
group for an oneg Shabbat to
discuss the different lifestyles
of Israeli and American
teenagers. The oneg will take
place, 8:30 p.m. March 18 at
the home of Susan Schlussel,
16980 Jeanette.
Members of Chevreyah Bet
(high school) are invited to
join B'nei Akiva on a trip to
Windsor, Ont. for a day of five
pin bowling on March 20.

Busses will leave from Young
Israel of Southfield at 2 p.m.
and advance reservations are
required.
For information, contact
B'nei Akiva, 967-3742.

Scholarship
Available

Applications are being
taken for the $500 Oakland
Century B'nai B'rith
Scholarship.
To apply, submit a grade
transcript (no certification
necessary) together with a
typewritten memo in letter
form demonstrating com-
pliance with each of the
following requirements.
The applicant must be: a
Jewish student from the
Metro Detroit area who is
now attending a college or
university with at least one
full year of credits towards a
degree (sophomore or above);
who has superior scholarship;
who demonstrates a need for
such financial asistance; who
show leadership qualities for
the future benefit of the
Detroit Jewish community;
and whose campus activity
shows established roots in
Metro Detroit.
Applications must be
received by April 7. For infor-
mation, call Harold J.
Samuels, 557-3266.

Purim Carnival

Students are invited to par-
ticipate in the Adat Shalom-
U.S.Y. Purim Carnival on
Sunday. There will be games,
entertainment, refreshments
and prizes.

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