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March 19, 1993 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-19

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Starring

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Norma
Jean Bell

Weddings

and the All Stars Band

Singles
21 and over (ID required)

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• JAZZ

• CONTEMPORARY



RHYTHM & BLUES

Saturday,
March 20
9:00-Midnight

(Doors Open at 8:30 p.m.)
Jewish Community Center
Maple/Drake Building
Admission:
$18.00 per person

Blase-Benjamin

Dr. Norman Eric Blase and
Rebecca Lynn Benjamin are
pleased to announce their
marriage. Norman is the son
of Bernard and Elizabeth
Blase of Oak Park. Rebecca is
the daughter of Stanley and
Rochelle Kaplan of Nor-
thbrook, Ill., and the late Er-
win Benjamin.
The bride received her
Master of Science degree in
nursing from Rush Universi-
ty and is a teaching assistant
at Rush University as well as
a clinical trial coordinator at

Admission includes:

J J Entertainment

J J Dancing

J J Midnight
Afterglow

Cash Bar

the Chicago Center for Clin-
ical Research. The groom
earned his doctorate from the
Illinois College of Optometry
and is in a joint optometric
practice in Chicago.
The couple were married
recently in Chicago. Rabbi
Neal Brief of Niles Township
Jewish Congregation offici-
ated.
The couple honeymooned
on a cruise through the
Panama Canal. Norm and
Rebecca are making their
home in Chicago.

Proceeds will benefit the /CC SINGLES PROGRAM.
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Sigal Ben-Ezra and Jimmy
Levine were recently married
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Rabbi Spectre and Cantor
Vieder officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ben-Ezra
of West Bloomfield. The
groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Levine, also of
West Bloomfield.
Elsy Ben-Ezra, the bride's
sister, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Alyssa Col-
eman, Angel Fabiano, Annisa
Gold, Esther Guttentag and
Heather -Schenk. The best

men were Danny and Paul
Levine, the groom's brothers.
Ushers were Shlome Ben-
Ezra, Toby Ben-Ezra, Cary
Bolton, Jeff Kaye, Jonathon
Kest and Eric Paskel. Also
participating in the ceremony
were Sigal's grandmothers
from Israel, the late Liza Ben-
Ezra and Nagia Marbish, and
Jimmy's grandmother, Lillian
Levine.
Following a honeymoon in
Grand Lido, Jamaica, the cou-
ple now reside in West
Bloomfield.

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