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May 10, 1991 - Image 126

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-10

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SINGLE LIFE

Getting a new car
doesn't mean you
have to tie up
your cash.

1991 Sedan de Ville

$ 4 6 9 a Month
36 months

No Money Down*

The Cadillac SmartLease.
Because you have better things to do with your cash.

First month's lease payment of $469 plus $550 refundable sec. dep. for a total of $1,019 due at lease signing. Tax, license, title fees and insurance extra. you must take delivery
from dealer stock by June 10, 1991. GMAC must approve lease. Example based on Sedan de Ville. $32,211 MSRP, including destination charge. Total of 36 monthly payments
is $16,884. Option to purchase at lease end for $15,945. Mileage charge of 10 , per mile over 45,000. Lessee pays for excessive wear and use. "See your dealer for terms of
this limited warranty.

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FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1991

Singles Groups
Plan Program

Area Singles
Set Workshop

Jewish Singles will hold a
progressive dinner and even-
ing of music with Pam Mar-
tin and Pizzazz 5:30 p.m. June
2. Each location will have its
own theme such as Singles
25-35, Singles 40 and Over,
Singles Parents and Soviet
Immigrants.
After dinner groups will
meet 7:45 p.m. at the Maple-
Drake building for dessert,
Top 40 hits and show tunes by
Pam Martin and Pizzazz.
There is a charge.
For reservations by May 31,
call Mike Silverstein,
541-8634; or the Center,
661-1000, Ext. 347.

Area Jewish singles will
host a workshop "Men and
Women Relating Together"
7:30 p.m. May 22 at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Nick Berar will lead the
workshop to teach how to
overcome the emotions and
obstacles that limit healthy
relationships. There is a
charge.
For reservations by May 22,
call 661-1000, Ext. 347.

Chocolate Jubilee
Reservations Due

Mark Schlussel, president
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, will speak at the Young
Adult Division's Chocolate
Jubilee, 7:30 p.m. May 23, at
Monchelle Lamoure in the
Bloomfield Centre Office
Building.
Reservations are still being
taken for the gathering,
which is open to singles and
couples.
There is a charge and space
is limited. For reservations,
contact Scott Mittelman at
YAD, 965-3939, Ext. 140.

N

Singles Offer
CPR Class

The Jewish Community
Center Singles will offer a
CPR class 6-10 p.m. May 13 at
the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center. To
register, call the Center,
661-1000, Ext. 343 or 347.
The American Red Cross
Standard first aid book will
be included in the fee.

Singles Softball

The Southfield Jewish
Singles will play softball 10
a.m. each Sunday at Catalpa
Field (11 1/2 Mile and Green-
field). For information, call
Jack Lewis, 543-8237.

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WE TAKE EXCEPTION
TO WHAT YOUR
MOTHER TAUGHT
YOU.

YOU SHOULDN'T EAT
EVERYTHING PUT IN
FRONT OF YOU.

You should avoid foods high in
cholesterol. It's a fact, a high
blood cholesterol level sub-
stantially increases your
chances of developing heart
disease. By cutting down on
fatty, rich foods, you can do
yourself a big favor. You could
lower your blood cholesterol
level and reduce your risk of
heart disease.

For more information about a
planned and balanced diet,
contact your American Heart
Association. We'll give you
some free advice on how to
plan a diet good for life.

Vancouver, British
Columbia (JTA) — The prov-
ince of Alberta has ordered a
new trial for former high
school teacher James
Keegstra, whose 1985 con-
viction under Canada's anti-
hate statute was recently
reversed on a technicality.
The Alberta Court of Ap-
peals overturned the verdict
in March on grounds that
Mr. Keegstra should have
been allowed to challenge
the impartiality of jurors in
the 1985 trial.
The decision to retry Mr.
Keegstra, announced April
25 by Alberta Atty. Gen.
Kenneth Rostad, was gen-
erally welcomed by Cana-
dian Jewish leaders. But
some expressed concern that
a new trial would provide a
platform for Mr. Keegstra's
views and give him an aura
of martyrdom.
Mr. Keegstra was fined
$5,000 in 1985 on being
found guilty of willfully
promoting hatred against an
identifiable group — in his

case,

Jews — a violation of
Canada's anti-hate law.

As a high school teacher in
Eckville, a village of about
900 in rural Alberta, Mr.
Keegstra taught for over a
decade that Jews were
behind all of the world's
troubles and that the Holo-
caust was a hoax.

He was brought to trial at
the complaint of students'
parents, none of them Jews.
There were no Jews living in
Eckville at the time, nor are
there now believed to be any
Jews living in the village.

The League for Human
Rights of B'nai B'rith
Canada issued a statement
expressing gratification over
the decision to retry Mr.
Keegstra.

However, the Calgary
Jewish Community Council
noted in a statement that a
new trial would again place
Mr. Keegstra in the center of
media attention, a fact it
called unfortunate.

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