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December 01, 1995 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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JewishSingles Connection

Inviteg you to it

Fie Monday
Coffeel-louse Series

Monday, Dec. 4 :00 p.m.
Lonestar Coffee - 207 S. Woodward, B i rmingham
Speaker: Robert Handelsman, Psychologist and
Marriage Counselor
Topic: "Why Are Relationships
So Darn Difficult?"
Ca-sponsored by

The Jewish
Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit

25-50 year olds welcome

No charge for admission.


The Jewish New

For more information please call
Fern Hoberman Kepes at
(810)642-4260, ext. 253


* More than a Bakery
* More than a Coffee House
*More than an Ice Cream Shop
* More than a Candy Shop
*More than a place for lunch...

Protection, Pools
And "First Night"

Thanksgiving's over, now on to '96

p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at The
Get Tough
Juicy? It really wasn't. Im- Lodge on Orchard Lake Road.
Cost: $3. For more information,
portant? You bet.
Kudos to Hillel of Metro De- call (313) 577-3459. P.S. "Pool
troit and B'nai B'rith Leadership Party" refers to billiards, so don't
Network for sponsoring a Nov. wear the swimsuit.
16th forum on crime prevention. Welcoming '96
Featured speaker Auleen
If you're sick of New Year's
Jarrett, owner of CRIMEFREE
Seminars, spoke to an audience hype, and if you're even sicker of
of familiar faces: Lisa Winnick, moaning about how the night al-
Joe Feldman, Mark Levine, ways falls short of expectations,
Alan Schwarz, Joel Young why not modify the champagne
and Josh Lerner, to name just and stuffed-mushroom plans
and call Lisa Barson or Abby
a few.
Some of Jarrett's safety tips Margolis Newman at (810)
included: Leave a light on in 540-6688?
The two women are
your apartment or
recruiting volunteers
house when you're
for "First Night," the al-
gone. Leave the televi-
cohol-free New Year's
sion or radio on, too.
Eve celebration of the
Play a tape of barking
arts in Birmingham.
dogs. Invest in a securi-
Volunteers are needed
ty system, and if you
for ticket distribution,
take long excursions,
hook your lights up to RUTH LI TTMANN crowd control, provid-
ing information, setting
up and breaking down
Fifty percent of
the booths and decora-
break-ins reported to
the FBI weren't really
Anyone who works three
break-ins at all. They were walk-
ins, made possible by people who hours or more receives a com-
forgot to lock their doors and plimentary admission button
windows. Don't be an easy tar- and can enjoy the festivities be-
fore or after his or her shift. The
get for crime, Jarrett advised.
"Criminals are looking for gala begins at 3:30 p.m. and
easy targets. If they wanted to lasts until midnight.
It takes place throughout
work hard," she said, "they'd be
Birmingham, where featured
like us and get a job."
acts will include: world
renowned jazz trumpeter Mar-
Jump In
Still going and going and go- cus Belgrave, pianist David
Syme and classical guitarist
ing ... Hillel of Metro Detroit's
Paul Vondiziano.
got yet another fest on its agen-
Children's headliners include:
da: "The Last Pool Party," 1 to 4

It's a Sweet Dream come true!

Everything is baked fresh on the premises.

Stop in for coffee, lunch or dessert
and see what we have
in store for your
holiday celebrations!

Ask about a complimentary sample.
Mon-Thurs lam-11 pm
6558 Telegraph (at Maple)
Fri & Sat 7am-midnight
in the Bloomfield Plaza
Sunday 10am-10pm
(810) 737-8900


Auleen Jarrett warns the young adults against being easy targets.

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