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October 27, 1989 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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SINGLE LIFE

SI N G LE S
RIVE

"What do you notice first
about someone of the opposite
sex when you meet them?"

Ron Lowy: Are they attractive?
That's the only thing that you can
go by at first — the physical ap-
pearance in general.

Jackie Snook: I look at a man's
eyes — their sparkle, their depth
in his face.

Myra Kravetz: How they're put
together, their overall look. If
everything they're wearing
matches.

Holly Shay: Their facial expression,
because lots of times the expression
portrays the inner person.

Ralph Gold: Their eyes — whether

they are open to meeting me or not.

Jeffrey Silverman: Lips. Whether or
not that has anything to do with
going on to talk with a woman or
go out with her has no bearing.

Carole. Snook: Their smile, because
it makes me know whether they're
a happy, secure person.

Charlene Diamond: The face
its
warmth and friendliness, its
openness.



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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