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PERKS FOR YOUR PARTIES!

ENTERTAINMENT?

INVITATIONS?

Hattie Schwartz
Of Course! 352 7387

Seymour Schwartz
Of Course! 356 8525

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• Cake Boxes • Embossers • Bridal Gifts
• Luggage Tags • Scrolls • Novelty Items
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finishers, top boy and girl
finishers, and the top
finishers in five other youth
age groups for both boys and
girls.
Series awards based on per-
formances in all three races
will be presented following
the third race, on July 21. All
entrants who complete the
three-race series receive a $5
Elias Brothers gift book.
For information, contact
Motor City Striders' presi-
dent Ed Kozloff, 544-9099.

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Brotherhood I
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Pisgah
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Bloch I
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Brotherhood IV
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Primrose Club
Has Meeting

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon Wednesday at
the Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room. Plans will be completed
for the installation and an-
niversary luncheon to be held
July 19 at noon at Farina's.
For reservations, call
Shirley Miller, 967-1873.

Women Plan
Special Dinner

The Ladies of Oak Park in-
vite friends to a dinner to
honor a "Special Deserving
Member" on July 13 at 7:30
p.m. at Carl's Chop House.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call Rita Ager, 350-3194;
or Sarah Rubenfaer,
354-1854.

Women's Group
Plans Meeting

Mrs. Sarah Hochman, presi-
dent of the David-Horodoker
Women's Organization, an-
nounces a meeting will be
held on Tuesday at noon at
the MCL restaurant in Tel-12
Mall.

'Fun Day'

Infants Service Group will
have a Fun Day at the races,
on July 20 at the Detroit Race
Course.

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Personal/FamilyProblems?

Let's talk
about it.

DR. RON RICE

PSYCHOLOGIST—

COPING AS A SINGLE PARENT

With divorce rates approaching
50 percent, the numbers of single
parents are quite significant. Many
of them feel insecure and worry
about their chances of meeting so-
meone they will like who will res-
pond to them and accept their
children.
One of the best ways of meeting
new people who will have a
special understanding of the situa-
tion is to join a single-parents'
organization. Many Y's, child
guidance centers, and synagogues/
temples have groups that focus on
themes of particular interest to
single parents. Very often these
groups provide free child care at
their activities. "Parents Without
Partners" is another well-known
organization which has chapters
throughout the United States.

There are also a number of new
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toward the interests and needs of
single parents.
The important thing is to stay in-
volved and not become isolated.
Remember that any new step feels
awkward and uncomfortable at
first. However, you'll soon meet
new people, and that is the point
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