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September 01, 1989 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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SINGLE LIFE

Getting a
Seat at the
Bar

B'nai Moshe
Hosts Singles

Now you're probably asking how you can get a seat at the bar. It's no sweat. Our
fitness equipment is available to every health club member of the center.
Members can also enjoy year round swimming, tennis, racquetball, squash, steam,
sauna, whirlpool, social events, and health educational programs. Classes available
- mornings, afternoons and evenings.

Come and take a look at our health club.

'150 off

J.C.C. Health Club
Membership

• 1/2 down balance in 90 days
• Good during September 1989 only.
• Must not have been a health club member in the past y

They might guess the size.
They'll never guess the price.

Choose a beautiful diamond from the
largest seleection in Michigan at prices
you won't believe. Others will recognize
the color, the clarity, and the cut of your
elegant diamond. They might even
.it tneWA_ . guess the weight. But they'll never
know how little you paid for so much.
See for yourself. Visit our showroom.
today. No appointment necessary.
Come in at your convenience.

SEyiviouz
IAPIANk)

SOLO To Hear
Fathers' Activist

• Limited membership available
• Permanent lockers assigned as space permits

ear
For more information call 661-1000 ext. 265 or 266

The Diamond People For Over 50 Years

645-9200

30555 SOUTHFIELD RD, CONGRESS BLDG, SUITE 100
(ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF 13 MILE ROAD)
SOUTHFIELD MICHIGAN

JEWISH SINGLES

There are many dating programs.

LO-LA is exclusively Jewish.
LO-LA is reasonable in cost.
LO-LA is person to person, caring not

commercial, no machines.

356-0949

P.O. Box 254
Claire Arm
Millie Rosenbaum Lathrup Village, MI 48076

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° FIXED RATE
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• $10,000 minimum
• $100,000 + discounted to 97%
• $500-$9,500 yields 9% per annum
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VARIABLE RATE CURRENT INCOME

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• Minimum rate 7.5%—No maximum rate
• Due October 1, 1996

For 47 years a driving financial force,
Ampal-American Israel Corporation,
an American corporation, enables Israel to
grow productively.

For more. information and a prospectus for any of
the securities described above, call:

Al Schonwetter

Representative, Ampal Securities Corporation

YOUR DATELIN

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1-800-445-6508 Operator 903

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When you're not looking,

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This is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an
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prospectus which may be obtained in any state wherein
the underwriter may lawfully offer the securities.

we are!

FIRMLY ROOTED IN ISRAEL,
BRANCHING OUT IN NEW DIRECTIONS

• a selective Jewish dating service

AMERICAN ISRAEL CORPORATION

114 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1989

The Jewish singles group
for ages 25-40 sponsored by
the Conservative Rabbis of
Metropolitan Detroit will
meet for an evening service
and Oneg Shabbat at Con-
' gregation B'nai Moshe in
Oak Park at 8 p.m. Sept. 8.
After the service, Southfield
psychiatrist Dr. Edward Klar-
man willdiscuss "How lb
Manage Stress — And Make
It Work For You."
Non-members are invited.
For information, call Rabbi
Allan Meyerowitz at
548-9000.

Al Lebow, co-founder and
executive director of Fathers
for Equal Rights, will discuss
"Contemporary Sexism and
the Single Parent" at the first
SOLO program of the fall,
7:30 p.m. Sept. 14 in Herman
Hall at Temple Israel.
Joining Lebow will be
Helen Bennett, a phychiatric

social worker specializing in
the divorce process, and Kay
Schwarzberg, an attorney
specializing in family law,
doemstic relations, custody
and divorce.
SOLO is for Jewish parents
who happen to be single. For
information, call Rabbi Paul
Yedwab, 661-5700.

Singles Over 21
invited To Party

The Jewish Community
Center Network for Jewish
Singles will host "Beach Par-
ty Scene" at the Novi Hilton
on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
The first 50 people who give
the password — "Frankie
Avalon" or "Annette
Funicello" — as they enter
Whispers Lounge will receive
a gift.
Free hors d'oeuvres will be
offered followed by a variety
of "beach party" videos and
dancing to a live band begin-
ning at 9 p.m.
The event-is open to Jewish
singles 21 and over. Fopinfor-
mation, call 661-1000, Ext.
347.

I NEWS

Jews Leaving USSR
Via Hungary, Greece

New York (JTA) — Hungary
and Greece have become two
new way stations for Jews
emigrating from the Soviet
Union to Israel.
According to Gerald
Strober, spokesman for the
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry, between 50 and
75 Soviet emigres have
chosen to travel to Israel by
way of Budapest or Athens.
Until three months ago,
when Strober says Soviet
Jews first began to emigrate
through Hungary and Greece,
the sole stopping points for
the Soviets have been Vienna
and Bucharest.
Hungary is the second
Eastern _bloc country to per-
mit Soviet Jewish emigres to
fly directly to Israel. Emigres
have traveled to Israel via
Romania for more than a
year.
He said that individual
Soviet Jews are choosing
these routes in order to
facilitate their trip to Israel.
"It's a way of getting there in
the quickest way possible," he
said.
A newly established World
Jewish Congress office in
Budapest has begun assisting
the emigres, by arranging an
overnight stay and giving

them orientation talks.
A WJC spokesman said
that Israeli-Hungarian
cooperation was part of "a
strengthening of relations
between Hungary and
Israel," which he predicts will
soon lead to the establish-
ment of full diplomatic ties.

Yeshivah Defiled
In Toronto

Toronto (JTA) — Bail has
been set at $10,000 for
21-year-old Zvonomir Lelas,
accused of defacing a
synagogue and Hebrew
school with anti-Semitic
slogans.
Slogans and swastikas were
found smeared on the front
doors, windows and sidewalk
of Shaarei Shomayim
synagogue and the Yesodei
Hatorah yeshivah here last
month.
The suspect has been
described as a "skinhead,"
one of a loosely knit group of
racist youths. In apprehen-
ding him, Metropolitan
lbronto police discovered a
Nazi flag, white power
literature, Ku Klux Klan
pamphlets and other anti-
Semitic material in his home.

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