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April 01, 1988 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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!SINGLE LIFE

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r i TRENDS
and
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This Passover"

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Boschwitz

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are Jewish, requires a little
more thought and a little
more feeling for who you are
than the sort of anonymity of
walking up to somebody at a
singles bar where all you
know about them is their ap-
pearance."
The next outdoor picnic is
tentatively planned for mid-
May at the Washington
Hebrew Congregation's
Binderman Center in
Potomac to commemorate
Israel's 40th anniversary.
For more information on
upcoming Boschwitz events,
write to Peggy Kasdan, do
U.S. Sen. Rudy Boschwitz,
Hart Office Building, Suite
506, 2nd Street N.E. and Con-
stitution Avenue, Washing-
ton, D.C. 20011. ❑

a local restaurant. The series
will continue through Sept.
28. To register, call the CNJS,
661-1000, ext. 347.

Spring Bash
At Franklin

A Shabbat potluck dinner
for singles is scheduled for 7
p.m. April 29 at the
Aldingbrooke Apts. club
house, West Bloomfield,
hosted by the Community
Network for Jewish Singles.
Participants are requested
to bring a vegetarian dish to
pass. For reservations, call
the CNJS, 661-1000, ext. 347.

Sheldon L. Kay and Steve
Krastoff will present their
third annual spring bash at 8
p.m. April 8 at Franklin
Fitness and Racquet Club,
29350 Northwestern Hwy.,
Southfield.
"Shindig" will provide
music for dancing. There will
be a cash bar and admission
charge. For details, call the
racquet club, 352-8000.

Singles To Hear
Balalaika Group

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The Community Network
for Jewish Singles (all ages)
will hear the Balalaika Or-
chestra entertain at 10 a.m.
April 10 at the Tel-12 Mall,
Concerts in the Garden
series. There is an admision
charge. For reservations, call
the CNJS, 661-1000, ext. 347.

Mutual Funds
Topic For Singles

Stockbroker Phyllis Berlin
will speak on "Mutual Funds
for the New Investor" at 7:30
p.m. April 13 at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center. Refreshments
will be served. Admission is
free. For information, call the
Jewish Center, 661-1000, ext.
347.

Co-Ed Softball
Season To Begin

The Community Network
for Jewish Singles will kick
off its weekly co-ed softball
game at 10 a.m. April 24 at
the Brace-Lederle Field,
18575 W. Nine Mile,
Southfield. There will be a
first time fee only.
Brunch follows the game at

08

RIDAY APRIL 1 1988

Symphony Trip
Is Planned

The Community Network
for Jewish Singles (45 and up)
will spend an evening at the
symphony at 8 p.m. April 28
at Ford Auditorium. Violinist
Isaac Stern will be the violin
soloist.
Registration deadline is
April 10. For reservations,
call Leanie Gunsberg,
661-1000, ext. 347.

Potluck Dinner

Symposium Due

"Building a Total Person"
will be the topic of a day-long
symposium sponsored by
SPACE on April 24 at Groves
High School, beginning at 9
a.m.
Detroit Free Press columnist
Nickie McWhirter will deliver
the keynote address. For
details about the symposium,
call Karal Moxley, 258-6606.

1 1 ""'""m

'Mengele Case
Is Still Open'

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel is
still not satisfied that human
bones exhumed in Brazil on
June 6, 1985 are the remains
of Josef Mengele, the
notorious Auschwitz death
camp doctor, a justice
ministry official said.
The ministry's director
general, Haim Klugman, said
it has not yet been accepted in
Israel that the remains have
been conclusively identified
as Mengele's and as long as
some doubt exists, the case of
the Nazi war criminal will
not be closed.
Klugman spoke in response
to a New York Times story
that Israel has closed its file
on Mengele. He denied the
newspaper's report that an
Israeli pathologist, Dr.
Maurice Rogev, concluded
during a visit to Brazil last
year that the bones were, in
fact, Mengele's.

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