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July 14, 1989 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-14

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JIN Expands
For Singles

1989 CORSICA 4 DR.

STOCK NO. X2646

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STOCK NO. 2420

$ 1 9 887

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Lease pymt. based on approved credit on 48 mos. closed end. 60,000 total mileage
w/9c per mile extra charge. To get total amt. multiply pymt. times 48. Subject to 4%
use tax. 1st. mo in advance. sec. dept. equal to 1st mo. pymt.. plate cost extra.

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HOURS
Mon. & Thur.
'til 9
Tue., 'Oiled., Fri.
'til 6

42355 GRAND RIVER

Just East of Novi Rd., Novi

JEWISH SINGLES

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Come to LO•LA, The Dating Service

IRST
OREMOST
INEST
REE INTERVIEW
Call 356-0949

Claire Arm
Millie Rosenbaum

P.O. Box 254
Lathrup Village, Ml 48076

YOUR DATELINE

Social Singles
Dinner Event

MARIA FELDMAN

LEASING MANAGER
AND RETAIL SALES

Barry's
Let's Rent It

PARTIES EXCLUSIVELY

• Tents • Tables • Chairs
• China • Paper Goods

4393 ORCHARD LAKE RD. N. OF LONE PINE
LN CROSSWINDS (OUR NEW LOCATION'

855-0480

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6100
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When you're not looking,

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• a selective Jewish dating service

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(313) 626-0025

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FRIDAY; JULY 14, 1989

Monsey, N.Y. — Jewish
singles can now meet each
other coast-to-coast either via
telephone, a weekly singles
publication, or both.
The system, in partial
operation, was creted by Rab-
bi Jeffrey Rubenstein of
Monsey. It grew out of JIN
(Jewish Information Net-
work), a 900 telephone ser-
vice (900-463-TALK) put on-
line last month.
Two submenus ha,-3 been
added — one for men, the
other for women. Listeners
can met prospective dates and
mates by calling them.
There is a charge. For
advertiser information, call
(914) 426-2572.
A weekly Jewish singles
publication is to debut July
30.

181 5. Woodward Ave.
Birmingham, MI 48011

642-1690

CLASSIFIEDS
GET RESULTS!

Call The Jewish News

354.6060

The Social Singles are plan-
ning a dinner at Nifty Nor-
man's on July 23.
Carpools will meet outside
the Maple/Drake Building
main lobby at 6 p.m. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Fern Fine, 356-2265.
An outdoor camping
weekend in the Pinckney
Recreation Area is planned
Aug. 18-20 by the Jewish
Community Center Social
Singles (ages 40-55).
Carpools and equipment
sharing will be available. For
information and reservations,
call Al Kaplan, 559-4668.

Singles Invited
To Miami U.

Cincinnati — Jewish
Singles are invited to the
first-ever Miami University
Jewish Singles Weekend Ju-
ly 28-30.
Co-sponsored by Cincinnati,
Columbus and Dayton, the
weekend on the Oxford, Ohio,
campus offers workshops on
assertiveness, wines, ethnic
foods and The American
Dream; a dance; golf and ten-
nis clinics and kosher food.
There is a charge. For more
information, call the Jewish
Singles Network, (513)
761-7500, Ext. 249.

`Bash' Offering
Food, Music

The Jewish Community
Center Singles' annual Sum-
mer Backyard Bar-B-Q Bash
will be Wednesday at
7 p.m. at the Maple/Drake
Building.
Dinner, live music, dancing

and a cash bar will be
featured.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call 661-1000, Ext.
347.

`Get Physical'
Night Slated

The Jewish Community
Center Singles (25-45) will
host a "Let's Get Physical"
evening, 9-11:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the Maple/Drake
Building.
Sports
will
include
volleyball, floor hockey, swim-
ming, basketball and racquet-
ball. There is a charge.
For information and reser-
vations, please call 661-1000,
Ext. 347.

Bicycle Ride
Begins At JPM

The Jewish Community
Center Peddlers Bicycle Club
will begin a ride 8 a.m. July
23 outside the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Jewish Community
Center. Helmets are
recommended.
For additional information,
call Joe Waldman at
681-9243.

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LOCAL N EWS

Doug Ross
Resigns
State Post

State Commerce Director
Doug Ross, who opened the
gateway for trade between
Israel and Michigan, is leav-
ing state government to head
the Corporation for Enter-
prise Development in
Washington, D.C.
"I'm going to take the
things I've learned about
economic development here
in Michigan to the national
level," Ross said this week.
"It's a good opportunity."
Ross said he intends to
spend just a few years in
Washington heading the con-
sulting group that advises
state and local governments
on economic development.
"Michigan is my home and
I intend to come back," he
said.
Ross's resignation came as
a surprise to many political
watchdogs, who speculated
that the 47-year-old com-
merce director was a likely
contender to be Gov. James
Blanchard's- next running
mate.
"I'm no longer thinking
about office goals," Ross said.
"You can't plan your life
around political what ifs."

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