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January 29, 1988 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-29

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I BIRTHS 1

Singles Extension Group

JANUARY MARTEX WHITE SALE

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Sheets, Comforters, Bedspreads
by Martex
20%-60% OFF

Sponsored by Temple Israel'

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SPRING AGAIN

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Solids, 14 colors
Eyelets, 4 colors
Stripes, Prints



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Come In and Take a Good Look
at ALL of our Martex Sheets
— Tremendous Values —

Sunday, Feb. 14 7:00 p.m.

Temple Israel
5720 Walnut Lake Road
West Bloomfield

HOURS:
M-Fri. 10-9
Sat. 10-6
Sun. 12-5

DESSERT • DANCING • WINE • FRIENDSHIPS

SEVENTH
HEAVEN 855-3777
HUNTER'S SQUARE

ORCHARD LAKE

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VISA'

Live Music by
KEN KITTLE

Members $6.50

Non-members $8.00

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Paid Reservations Must Be Received
No Later Than February 10

Payable to
SINGLES EXTENSION GROUP
P.O. Box 771
Southfield, MI 48037-0771

Call:

STELLA RIVES -559-2366
SYLVIA WINTON -642-8321

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announce the birth of their
daughter, Emily Rosenbloom
Kaplan, sister to Ilyse Natalie
and Gregory Franklin. Proud
grandparents are Diane and
Philip Kaplan. Proud
great-grandmother is Anna
Pritz. Emily is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
grandmother, Essie
Rosenbloom.

OCT. 31 — Eric and Nancy
(Rivkin) Winer are happy to
announce the birth of their
first child, Rachel Samantha.
Proud grandparents are Ber-
nard Rivkin of Farmington
Hills and Irving and
Kathleen Wiener of West
Bloomfield. Rachel is also the
granddaughter of the late Rae
Rivkin. Delighted great-
grandparents are Louis and
Rose Wiener, Harry and Julia
Levett, Lena Wein and Eva
Rivkin. Rachel Samantha is
named in loving memory of
her maternal grandmother,
Rae Rivkin, and her paternal
great-granduncle, Sam
Selitsky.

OCT. 21 — David and Bonnie
Gross (Bonnie Finkelstein
formerly of Southfield) of Tar-
zana, Calif., announce the
birth of their fourth child,
Ryan Scott, brother to Darryl
Justin, Allison Michelle and
Lindsay Nicole. Ecstatic
grandparents are Annabelle
Finkelstein and Sam and
Lola Gross of Los Angeles.
Ryan Scott's Hebrew name,
Aba, is in loving memory of
his maternal grandfather,
Albert Finkelstein.

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Please

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color prints for the price
of one, and get 20% OFF
from us!

Offer runs thru February 28, 1988.

Bel-Crest Pilot)

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In The West Bloomfield Plaza

851-5840

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The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
Jimmy Prentis Morris Building — presents
Theater for Young Children
Sunday, Feb. 7 at 2:00 p.m.
Jaffe Hall
There is admission.

For information and tickets call 967.4030 - Irma Starr

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

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Birth announcements
must be typed, double-
spaced. Please include
your phone number.

iii""'"•••1 NEWS

Top Science
Students Sought

New York — A "talent
search" is now underway for
the Weizmann Institute's
20th annual Dr. Bessie F.
Lawrence International Sum-
mer Science Institute, which
is conducted in English. 1-bp
American high school science
students, such as winners of
the Westinghouse Talent
Search and other U.S.
youngsters with outstanding
achievement records, will join
winners of national science
competitions from 16 other
countries for a month of ac-
tivities on the Weizmann
campus in Israel.

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