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January 06, 1989 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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I SINGLE LIFE

Dance Fever

The Jewish News and The Community Network For
Jewish Singles attract 900 to The Only Spot In Town.

DJ Johnny Sarver jams to the music.

Jim Berk and Dr. Barry Schulkin.

Bernie Rose snacks at the dance.

Pianist Jamie Crist plays for the crowd.

The Jewish News and The Corn-
munity Network For Jewish Singles
attracted about 900 singles to The
Only Spot In Town.
Singles of all ages from the
metropolitan Detroit community
danced the night away and mingled
with old and new friends at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Community
Center on Dec. 24 for the annual
party.
Billed as "The Only Spot In
Town;' singles were serenaded by
pianist Jamie Crist and entertained
by disc jockey Johnny Sarver.

Kayla Weingarden greets Alden Halpert with hugs and kisses.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1989

"I've never seen so many single,
Jewish people in my life," says Mar-
sha Sherman of Southfield. "I had the
time of my life."

Cheers to Sheila Tkatch and Denise Ellis.

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