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September 28, 1990 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-28

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Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

Break the Fast Dance
Singles (21 and Over)

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The perfect spot to meet
new people and reminisce
with old friends.

*Dancing * Refreshments * Cash Bar
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For further information call 661-1000 ext. 347
Tickets can be purchased at the door.

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AJCongress Planning
Valentine Trip To Rio

Valentine's Day 1991 will
be the kick-off date for the
American Jewish Congress'
newest tour for Jewish sin-
gles: to Rio de Janeiro in
Brazil for the first World
Jewish Singles Happening.
The tour will depart the
United States on Feb. 14 for
the Happening, scheduled
for Feb. 15-21, which is in
time for the finale of Brazil's
legendary Carnivale.
The Singles Happening,
planned by ex-Flint resident
Maxine Kronick, is expected
to draw hundreds of Jewish

The Happening is
planned by Maxine
Kronick.

singles of all ages from
Canada, Europe, Israel,
Australia, South America
and South Africa. Parties,
parades and tours are
planned.
"One of the attractive
features of this tour is that
singles can participate in an
age group of their choosing:
20-39, 35-55 and 55-120,"
said Geoffrey Weill, director
of AJCongress' interna-
tional travel program.
Following the Singles
Happening, AJCongress
travelers will visit the Ig-

uassu Falls in southern
Brazil.
There is a charge for the
tour, which includes round-
trip airfare, accommodations
and most meals. For infor-
mation, call Thea Cohen in
Detroit, 559-3977, or call the
AJCongress travel bureau,
800-221-4694.

Solo To Host
Family Sukkot

Solo is inviting Jewish
single parents and their
families to a "Dinner Under
the Sukkah" party, 5:30 p.m.
Oct. 7 at Ibmple Israel.
There will be games, dinner
and entertainment in the
Sukkah Court of the temple,
or inside if it rains.
Parents who are without
their children that weekend
also are encouraged to attend.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Susie Borin at
the temple, 661-5700.

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Break-The-Fast
Dance Sept. 29

The Jewish Community
Center Singles annual Break-
The-Fast Dance will be 9:30
p.m. Sept. 29 at the Maple-
Drake Building. For informa-
tion, call the JCC, 661-1000.

EN ERATI ON

peripatetic. She said she had
just returned from England,
where she is planning to
start up an AlaskaMen UK
edition, and is also going to
Hawaii to start an Island-
Men edition.
"People are starting to go
back to the old morals and
basic values, after that ge-
neration of people who went
through the 'new thinking'
at that time, and they simp-
ly forgot about parental feel-
ings. Now that they are
parents, they don't know
what's going on with their
own kids. So they just want
some motherly advice, the
kind of old-fashioned 'Jewish
mom' language that I write
about in my editorials," said
Ms. Carter.
For information on Jew-
ishMen magazine, write to
Ms. Carter at 201 Danner
St., Suite 100, Anchorage,
Alaska 99511, or call (907)
522-1492.1=1

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JewishMen magazine. One
of their major problems, she
said, is the same she hears
all over: young Jewish men
and women are having trou-
ble finding each other.
Ms. Carter is planning to
appear on a program in Los
Angeles with psychologist
Dr. Joyce Brothers, spon-
sored by the Guardians, a
group of "L.A. Jewish mill-
ionaire businessmen," on
the role of Jewish men.
Dr. Brothers, who met
Carter when both appeared
on the same television show,
is interested in writing a
regular syndicated column
for Ms. Carter's expanding
publication empire.
Ms. Carter was also on the
Joan Rivers television show.
Half- jokingly, she added,
"Joan wants me to try to
find her a husband. You'd be
surprised how many famous
women contact me in
Alaska. It's kind of sad, be-
cause they're so isolated."
Ms. Carter is nothing if not

Saturday, September 29
9:30p .m.
Maple/Drake Building

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