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September 06, 1991 - Image 204

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-06

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willing and cheerful about
the same repetitive task
with a six-year-old dog who
seems determined to nurture
fleas, to vent her noisy noc-
turnal spleen on every pass-
ing cat and to select shed-
ding as her primary activity.
This line of questioning
applies to children, too. It is
just more daunting.
Of course, all these ques-
tions just barely scratch the
There is nothing more dai-
ly than marriage, except
parenting, and petty issues
do accumulate when they
are left to stack up week af-
ter week. So, if I were to pick
any minor qualifying ques-
tion as the most critical, it
would be: Does he have a
sense of humor?
Do things hit him as funny
before they hit him as an-
noying? If you both can
laugh, you can avoid stack-
ing up irritants. If you both
can laugh, you own a great
long-range lubricant.
When life gets crazy, when
there is too much company
and too much clutter, when
the tires go flat and the sup-
per scorched,, when the kids
are mutinous and the dog
eats the portable phone, you
can look at each other over
the fray, share a fond rueful
grin full of acknowledge-
ment and long-range per-
spective, and you can laugh.

New Horizons
Plans Party

The New Horizons Group of
the City of Hope will hold a
membership kick-off cocktail
party 7:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at the
Aldingbrooke Clubhouse on
Drake Road between Maple
and Walnut Lake.
The New Horizons Group is
for singles 40 and up in-
terested. in raising money for
research and treatment of life
threatening diseases, such as
cancer and AIDS. There is no
charge for this event.
For information, call Mar-
sha Greenstein, 354-0774.
The September meeting
will be held on the 29th at the
Cumberland Village Club-
house in Southfield.

JCC Singles
Plan Events

The Jewish Community
Center Singles will host a
brunch 11 a.m. Sept. 8 at
Alban's Bottle and Basket
Restaurant. There is a charge.
For reservations, call Harry
Pevos, 355-3512.
The JCC Singles will travel
to Frankenmuth 10 a.m.
Sept. 15. Carpools will meet

at the Maple-Drake Building
at 10 a.m.
For reservations by Sept.
13, call Harry Pevos,
The annual "Break The
Fast Dance" will be 9:30
p.m.-1 a.m. Sept. 18 at Maple-
Drake. Refreshments will be
served and there will be a
cash bar. There is a charge.
A pre-glow followed by a
JET's performance of Cross-
ing Delancey, will be 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 25 in the Aaron De Roy
Theater. For information, call
the Singles Department,
661-1000, Ext. 347. Reserva-
tions must be in by Sept. 19.

St. Louis Singles
Plan Cruise

The St. Louis Jewish Com-
munity Centers Association's
Singles, in cooperation with
Den-Mark Travel, will pre-
sent the Eighth Annual Na-
tionwide Singles Cruise Feb.
9-16. The Cruise will depart
from the Port of Miami on
Royal Caribbean's Song of
The 1992 cruise will visit
the tropical ports of Playa Del
Carmen, Cozomel, Mexico;
George Town, Grand Cay-
man; Ocho Rios, Jamaica;
and Labadee, Haiti.
In addition, the_ Jewish
singles (23-49) will be treated
to special programs including
the annual beach bash,
cocktail reception and a Shab-
bat service.
For information, call Lauri
Flink, (314) 432-5700, Ext.
154; or Lori Define (1-800)


JCC Board
Elects Officers

The new board of directors
of the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit has been elected for
the coming year.
Officers are: Linda Lee,
president; Richard Maddin,
chairman of the executive
committee; Irwin Elson,
Douglas Bloom, Jerald Kauf-
man and Beverly Liss, vice
presidents; David Horton,
secretary; Alan Yost,
treasurer; Robert Berlow,
Nancy Glass and Rita Had-
dow, members at large.
Newly elected members of
the board of directors for
1991-92 are: Lisa Broder,
Dolores Farber, Rabbi
Elimelech Goldberg, Kalman
Goren, Marion Handelman,
Michael Hirsch, Eric Lutz,
Allan Mann, Jerry Sallan
and Jerry Soble.

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