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March 30, 1990 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-30

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Solo To Hear

Solo (Jewish Parents Who
Happen to be Single) will hold
its April meeting and pro-
gram on April 1 at. Temple
There will be a 9:45 a.m.
business meeting open to all
Solo members, followed by a
program beginning at 10:30.
Speakers will be Ronald
Ogusky, a psychologist
specializing in child, adoles-
cent and family therapy, and
his wife, Carol, a
psychotherapist, specializing
in the same field.
The topic will be "The
Dilemma of Raising Children
Alone (custodial and non-
custodial) and Surviving to
Tell About It."
A continental breakfast
will be served. A nominal
donation is requested.

Dessert Dance
Planned By SEG

Singles Extension Group
for Jewish Singles 50 and
over and Temple Israel, will
hold a dessert dance, "April in
Paris," 7:30 p.m. April 5 at
Temple Israel.
Dancing to a live band,

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dessert menu and wine and
beverages will be offered.
There is a charge.
For information, call Lillian
Kaufman, 661-2385; Edith
Ellis, 932-0025; or Marilyn
Rosner, 683-8272.

Premier Plans
Singles nips

St. Louis, Mo. — Premier
Jewish Singles, a travel pro-
gram by Travel Mart Interna-
tional, has organized in both
England and Israel.
In addition, Premier has
launched a "Fab 50s" travel
program, designed especially
for Jewish Singles 45-65.
For information on Premier,
call Roxanne Weisman at
(314) 991-4111.

Men and Women like yourselves
Educated — Personable Successful

LO•LA has been introducing singles

for over six years

Call us at 356-0949 or write
P.O. Box 254
Lathrop Village, MI 48076

Brunch, Concert
Slated By Singles

The Jewish Community
Center Singles (all ages) will
meet for brunch and an after-
noon concert with Alexander
Zonjic, 11 a.m. April 8 at the
Sheraton Southfield Hotel.
There is a charge. Reserva-
tions deadline is April 5. For
information, call the JCC,
661-1000, Ext. 343.

•••=1 NEWS 1

Paper: U.S. Shelved
Study On Settlements

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Bush
administration shelved a
secret U.S. study on the
legality of Jewish set-
tlements in the West Bank
two weeks after it was laun-
ched, the Jerusalem Post
Post correspondent David
Makovsky said the study
was ordered two weeks ago
by either National Security
Adviser Brent Scowcroft or
White House Chief of Staff
John Sununu.
It was killed by Secretary
of State James Baker,
Makovsky reported. He at-
tributed his information to
"U.S. sources."
According to one version,
Baker acted to avoid greater
friction with Prime Minister
Yitzhak Shamir, at a time
the United States is pressing
Israel for significant conces-
sions to start an Israeli-
Palestinian dialogue.
Another reason suggested
for the cancellation was that
Baker was unsure of the
results of the study, said to
have been ordered to pro-
duce the basis for a tougher
U.S. stand against Israel's
settlement policies.

Where do you go to meet new people?

While President Bush,
unlike former President
Jimmy Carter, has never
termed the settlements il-
legal, he has consistently
called them "unhelpful to
the peace process."
The study also would have
involved Jordan's annexa-
tion of the West Bank in
1950, never recognized by
the United States.
The study was to have
been conducted by Charles
Rostow, legal adviser to the
National Security Council,
in cooperation with the State
Department's legal
counselor, Abraham Sofaer,
the Post report said.
In Washington, an official
in the State Department's
Bureau of Near East and
South Asian Affairs was un-
aware of the study in ques-
tion, but said that any policy
paper on the legality of the
settlements "could not serve
the peace process" at this
The Israeli-administered
territories have re-emerged
as an international issue of
late because of fears in the
Arab world that Israel plans
to settle Jewish immigrants.

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Drop-Dead-Gorgeous, Quick-Witted
Rocket Scientist Seeks Same - Please.
Do you honestly believe these things? At
EL AL, we'd like to suggest an alternative:
our new Singles Tour. You (and people
you'll actually want to meet) can stay 7
nights in JerusaleM, 2 nights in Galilee, 4
nights in Tel Aviv. Where you'll get
acquainted with Masada. The Dead Sea.
Galilee. The Mediterranean beaches. Not to
mention each other. Starting at $849 (plus
airfare),we'll provide you with great hotels,
daily breakfasts, nightclub entertainment
and A/C tours. Depart June 4, July 2, July
16, Aug. 6, Aug. 20 or Sept. 3. Just call
your travel agent or 1-800-EL AL-SUN.
No recent photo required.

Handsome Jewish Dentist recently
divorced oral specialist seeks preppie,
athletic, adventurous woman with mode
oks a d bod, under 21 please. Photo an
absolutely re • uired.


$18 departure tax. $10 custom and immigration fee not included. Based on per person
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