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March 12, 1993 - Image 96

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-12

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Milestones

Weddings

We're celebrating our expansion
with major reductions.

We're celebrating the opening of our bigger and better Ann Arbor store in the
Colonnade (formerly in Briarwood Mall) and our spacious new Sterling Heights store in
Eastlake Commons (formerly in Lakeside Mall) with 20% savings at all Heslop's locations.
It's the ideal time to purchase the elegant china, stemware and flatware you've always
dreamed of owning or to shop for the bride-to-be. And since Heslop's everyday prices
are exceptional, you can be sure our sale prices represent the best value you'll ever find
on the finest tableware ever made. Sale ends March 14th.

Sale prices available at all Heslop's stores.

Ann Arbor
The Colonnade

Sterling Heights
Eastlake Commons

(formerly in Briarwood Mall)
863 W. Eisenhower Parkway
(313) 761-1002

(formerly in Lakeside Mall)
I /2 mile east of Lakeside Mall
44891 Hayes Road

(313) 247-8111

Dearborn Heights (31 3) 274 - 8200

Grand Rapids (616) 957-2145
Kalamazoo (616) 327-7513
Lansing (517) 321-6261

Livonia (313) 522-1850
Novi (313) 49-8090
Okemos (517) 349-4008

Rochester (313) 375-0823
Roseville (313) 293-5461
Southfield (313) 357-2122
Troy (313) 589-1433

Leichtman-Frank

Jodi Beth Leichtman and
Martin Neil Frank were
recently married at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Jodi is
the daughter of Robert and
Sharon Leichtman of West
Bloomfield. Martin is the son
of Ben and Riva Frank of New
York.
Matron of honor was Aileen
Bloom, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Leah
Fogelman, Michal Frank,
Karen Beaton and Lori
Goldenberg. Flower girl was
Aubrey Chafins.

Best man was Monte
Frank, brother of the groom.
Ushers were Adam Leicht- •
man, James Bloom, Scott
Michaels, Ayal Frank, Jona-
than Spitz and Dwight
Parker. Ring bearrer was
Zachary Goldenberg.
Also in the bridal party
were Jodi's grandparents,
Rubin and Ida Goldenberg,
and Marty's grandmother,
Sonya Frank.
After a honeymoon in
"California, Jodi and Marty
reside in Florida.

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FASHION RESALE

Exclusively Women's Clothing
and Accessories
Current Fashions Sizes 2-14

1844 W. Woodward
Birmingham
I block North of 14 Mile Rd.

540-9548

"We Pay Cash for Fine
Clothing and
Accessories"

HOURS:
Mon.-Sat 12-6

Nostalgia!

FEMBY-CARR

(2-12 Pieces)
• Reunions
• Anniversaries
• Private Functions

(They're Better Than Ever!)

Call

Fenby-Stein
313-553-9966

Monique Louise Slater, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth J. Slater of Atlanta,
Georgia, was married re-
cently to Michael Loren
Lisak, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Robert P. Lisak of Bloomfield
Hills, formerly of Wynne-
wood, Pa.
Judge William Maddux per-
formed the ceremony at the

Park Hyatt Hotel in Chicago.
Monique is a graduate stu-
dent in material science at
Northwestern University. She
graduated from Johns
Hopkins University.
Michael Lisak is a student
at Kent College of Law in
Chicago. He graduated from
Johns Hopkins University.

Congratulations!

The Jewish News is delighted to publish

news of your engagement or wedding. All
copy must be typed and double-spaced. We
will publish a photograph when the marriage
is performed by Jewish clergy only. Please
call our News department, 354-6060, to obtain
written guidelines to help you place your
announcement in The Jewish News.

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