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March 11, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Couple Plans
June Wedding

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Solomon.
Levine of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Sheryl Rae
Levine, to Benjamin D.
Seidemann of Baltimore,
Md., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Seidemann of Col-

umbus, Ohio. Miss Levine
was graduated from Wayne
State University with a BS
degree in medical technol-
ogy. Her fiance attended
Ner Israel Rabbinical Col-
lege in Baltimore and holds
a BA degree in history from
Capitol University in Col-
umbus. A May wedding is
planned.
* * *
MISS PERLMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rothen-
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford L.
berg of Birmingham an- Perlman of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Joan their daughter, Lori, to
Rothenberg of Cleveland, Allen Brooks, son of Mr. and
Ohio, .to Richard Slavin, Mrs. Marvin Brooks of Bir-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard mingham.
Slavin of Beachwood, Ohio.
THE ULTIMATE IN
A June wedding is
Miss Rothenberg was planned.
graduated from Indiana
JUNIOR APPAREL
University. Her fiance was
graduated from the Whar- Synagogues Join
ton School of Finance of the on Aliya Appeal
HUNTERS SQUARE University of Pennsylvania
NEW YORK — The lead-
and earned his MBA degree ership of the organized Or-
14 Mile & Orchard Lake Rd.
at Case-Western Reserve thodox, Conservative and
Farmington Hills, Mich.
University. An August Reform synagogue move-
open daily 10 a.m.
wedding is planned.
ments have agreed to work
together in a unified appeal
for Americans to make
aliya.
A steering committee yet
to be announced will coor-
dinate efforts toward the
designation of a single
Shabat in October as Aliya
for your expression and best wishes, prayers and
Shabat when rabbis will de-
concern during my recent illness.
liver sermons urging
Americans to consider the
benefits of making Israel
their home. Israel-oriented
activities will be tied into
the event.

UHS Nursery Has Open House4C

United Hebrew Schools a parent-toddler program;
Nursery School will have an two-, three- or five-day nur-
open house 2 p.m. Sunday at sery programs; morning or
the school, 21550 W. 12 afternoon sessions; break-
Mile, Southfield.
fast program for 'early
Staff will be on hand to birds" and working par-
answer questions and ents; extended day with
guests will be treated to a lunch options; transporta-
tour of the facilities.
tion or carpools; "Super
The nursery school offers Sunday" family activities;

NOW OPEN

Ann and
Thank You All

Herman Gordon

SAM & SONS FRUIT MKT

THE MAVEN'S HAVEN

25270 Greenfield, Oak Park, Mich. 48237

1 Blk. North of 10 Mile Rd.

GRAND OPENING

With A Complete Line of the
Following PASSOVER Products

Rokeach — Mother's — Mrs. Adler's
Manichewitz — Streit's — Season's
Festive — Migdal — Haolam
Special For Passover . . . Dried Fruits & Nuts
Imported Candies — Alum. Baking Pans, Etc.

CHOLOV YISROEL MILK & CHEESES

and

A SPECIAL SELECTION OF PASSOVER CAKES
FROM HIRSCH'S FAMOUS BAKERY IN N.Y.

CD Endorsed, Place Your Orders Now
Thank You

LAKEWOOD SPECIALTY FOOD CENTER 967-2021

6718 Orchard Lake Rd. 851-8020

Daily 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

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39cm

SPROUTS
WHITEFISH or
WHITE & PIKE jelled nr liquid

Mother's

$199

31 oz. jar

Rokeach Old Vienna or Regular

GEFILTE FISH

DRIED PEARS

61 ;1,TE

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FILS
';'7

$1

Kosher For Passover

21 oz. can

C

DRIED APRICOTS

$ 1 79in

Mrs. Weinbergs

69

6 oz. pkg. equals 3 lbs. fresh

illEILED ALMONDS

CHOPPED LIVER

pkg.

29

49,

Kedem

SHELLED WALNUT MEATS $21 91b
R ( EIrROME APPLES
29clb

C

pkg.

M $449

semi dry white wine

150

Save $1.00

Kedem

6 oz. pkg.

nz. ontliner

1

FRUIT SLICES

BORDEAUX

CONCORD GRAPE WINE $389

11/2 litre bottle

FAYGO POP

Save $2.00

12

c

1 litre bottles uq c ea.

3

for

FRESH SQUEEZED ORANGE JUICE DAILY

Kosher For Passover Wines

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enrichment programs, read-
ing readipess, field trips.
Judaica and academic
skills are emphasized.
Registration for summer
camp and fall semester is
being taken.
For information, call the
nursery school, 356-7378 or
354-1050.

SHOP AT SAM'S FOR THE BEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES
Sale runs through Tues., March 15th

Fresh

carry
c V Voemcpal
line of

Friday, March 11, 1983 49

We'll match any
advertised price

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