The newest places to find a date

August 1997
Jet;08/25/97, Vol. 92 Issue 14, p54
Describes efforts by unmarried people to find dates. How the number of people who never married doubled between 1970 and 1994; Need for creative ways to meet dates; Comments from Dr. James Savage, Jr., president of the Institute for Life Enrichment, Washington, D.C.; Internet as a possibility; Comments from author Denene Millner; Ideas for new places to search. INSET: The newest places to find a date..


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