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April 19, 1991 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-19

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someone bumped into her
and shrieked,"I thought you
were a dummy!"
"That's why I thought I'd
died and gone to heaven
when I first went to a Tip
Toppers function," she said.
"All these tall men! I was so
tired of short, little men at 5
feet 7 or 5 feet 10. Their
heads always just reached
my chest."
Compare this to a blind
date Ms. Nass had many
years ago. She met her date
while she was sitting down
at a dance. He was 5 foot 2
inches. When she rose to
meet him, he protested,
"You didn't sound this tall
on the phone!"
Ms. Nass replied, "I was
sitting down at the time."
Miss Tall Toronto enjoys
meeting people she can talk
to on her own level. Tall
Clubs International is like a
big family.
Two ardent members of
that family are Miss Tall
International and her fiance,
whom she met at a St. Louis
club meeting. The pair will
be marrying this summer at
the California national con-
vention. Ms. Holler plans to
have all of the local title-
holders as her bridesmaids at

the wedding in Golden Gate
Park.
"My wedding party should
be visible for miles," she
said.
People are constantly ask-
ing these lissome ladies,
"How's the weather up
there?" After years of
thought, Ms. Forrest coined
the retort, "When you grow
up, you'll find out."
Neil Marko, a past
treasurer of Tip Toppers,
feels that the T-shirts
printed by the local club cap-
sulize the life of a tall per-
son. Some of his favorite
maxims are: "Kiss someone
tall — it's worth the climb."
Or, "No, I don't play
basketball — do you play
miniature golf?" And then
_there's, "Life's short, but I'm
not."
But Tall Clubs don't only
print T-shirts. They also act
as a marketing force. Lovers
of luxurious king-sized beds
owe thanks to the Tip
Toppers Club, which
prompted the first manufac-
turing and marketing of the
larger sized beds.
"All people are born
short," Mr. Marko summed
up. "Only a few rise above
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Combo • Big Band

Bais Chabad Center
Singles Shabbaton

Bais Chabad Torah Center
invites all Jewish singles and
couples to a Shabbaton May
10-11 at the Torah Center.
The theme of the Shabbaton
will be "Matchmaking The
Jewish Way" and will be led
by Rabbi Yeheskel and Pearl
Lebovic of Likrat Shiduch
Matchmaking Service, Mor-
ristown, N.J.
Likrat Shiduch is a nation-
al-international dating ser-
vice which was started ten
years ago. The Lebovics run
this computerized service
which boasts registrants from
Orthodox to Reform to
unaffiliated.
The Shabbaton will begin
with a Friday night session
entitled "Friday Night Live."
The Lebovics will speak on
"The Secrets of Finding Your
Bashert (Soul Mate)." The
talk will accompany a Shab-
bat meal. At the Saturday
Shabbat deli luncheon, the
Lebovics will speak on "The
Myth of Intimacy, Marriage,
and Jewish Values."
There is a charge. Accom-
modations for sleeping are
available in the West Bloom-
field area. Rabbi and Mrs.
Lebovic will be available to
meet with anyone who wishes

to register with Likrat
Shiduch May 12-13.
For information, call An-
drea Stawis, 851-6742.

New Horizons
Plans Dinner

The City of Hope, New
Horizons Chapter for Singles,
will host an evening of dining
and dancing 7 p.m.-midnight
April 27 at Pearl City
Restaurant, 27522 North-
western Hwy.
There is a charge. All reser-
vations by April 23 must be
paid in advance. For informa-
tion, call Marsha Greenstein,
354-0774.

JCC Singles
Softball. League

The Jewish Community
Center Singles will sponsor a
Singles Co-Ed Slow Pitch
Softball League starting June
23. The group will play at 9
a.m. every Sunday through
September.
There will be a charge
which will include a T-shirt.
For information, call Center
Singles, 661-1000, Ext. 347 or
240.

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