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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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70 Friday, May 25, 1984

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May 18 — Dr. Marc and
Karen Adelman (nee Karen
Saretsky) of Southfield
happily announce the birth
of a son, Geoffrey Todd,
brother to Dori Michelle
and Nicole Erin. The happy
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Saretsky of
Oak Park and Mr. and Mrs.
David Adelman of South-
field.

May 15 — Danny and Sue
Lefkofsky (nee Sue Shif-
man) of Southfield happily
announce the birth of a
daughter, Lauren Nicole,
sister to Ryan Scott. Happy
grandparents are Mrs. Es-
telle Shifman and Mr. and
Mrs. John Herrick, both of
Southfield.

May 14 — Dr. Earl and
Helene Koenig (nee Helene
Berman) of Bloomfield Hills
happily announce the birth
of a son, Michael Alan,
brother of Jason Benjamin
and Karen Andrea. Happy
grandparents are David and
Minnie Berman and Mrs.
Anne Koenig. Happy
great-grandmother is Mrs.
Pearl Gold Hoffman.
Michael Alan is named
after great uncle Rabbi
William B. Gold.

May 12 — Dr. Abe and
Susan Gershonowicz (nee
Susan Mervis) of West
Bloomfield happily an-
nounce the birth of a son,
Joshua Scott, brother of
Jessica Erin and Jeremy
Adam. Happy grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Mervis and Mr. and Mrs.
Josef Gershonowicz.


May 10 — Ken and Esther
Shwedel (nee Esther
Weitznew) of Mexico City
happily announce the birth
of a son, Daniel Jonathon.
Happy grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Shwedel of Detroit and Mr.
and Mrs. Kive Weitzner of
Mexico City.

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May 8 — Jim and Bar-
bara Baldwin (nee Barbara
Stoller) of Royal Oak hap-
pily announce the birth of a
daughter, Rachel Lauren,
sister to Jimmy. The happy
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Stoller of
Southfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Baldwin of Waco,
Tex.

May 7 — Dr. Stuart and
Ruth Fealk (nee Ruth
Pearl), former Detroiters of
Spokane, Wash. happily
announce the birth of a son,
Michael Jonathan, brother
to Daniel Harrison. Happy
grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Louis Fealk and Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Pearl.
Happy great-grandmother
is Pauline Rosenbloom.

May 7 — Jeffrey and De-
nise Geller (nee .Denise
Murav) of West Bloomfield
happily announce the birth
of a son, Todd David,
brother to Jason Alan.
Happy grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gel-
ler of Tamarac, Fla., and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murav of
Southfield. Todd is named
in loving memory of his
maternal great-
grandmother Pearl Murav
and his paternal great-
great-uncle Mr. Philip B.
Cooper.


May 5 — Larry and Susan
Simon of Royal Oak happily
announce the birth of twins
Elizabeth Carol and James
Irwin. Happy grandparents
are Dr. and Mrs. R. Edward
Berman of Southfield and
Mr. and Mrs. John Ham-
mersley of Jackson. The
happy great-grandmother
is Mrs. Virgil Irwin of Terre
Haute, Ind.

May 5 — Robert and Beth
Sklar (nee Beth Rosen) of
Southfield happily an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Elyse Reed, sister of
Sosha. Happy grand-
parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Rosen and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Sklar.


May 4 — Steve and
Donna Raphael (nee Donna
Harvey) of Detroit happily
announce the birth of twin
daughters, Julie Leigh and
Lindsey Patrice.

May 3 — Thomas Lynn
and Andrea Solomon (nee
Andrea Rott) of West
Bloomfield happily an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Michelle Nicole. Happy
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Rott of Oak
Park and Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Solomon of West
Bloomfield. Happy great-
grandmothers are Mrs.
Josephine Kazdan and Kn.
Mary Solomon. Michelle
was named in loving mem-
ory of her great-grandfather
Mark Solomon and great-
great uncle Nathan Kaz-
dan.

Paul and Susan
May 2
Allison (Nee Susan Cutler)



of Oak Park happily an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Jessica Lynn. Happy
grandparents are Phil and
Aida Cutler and Harvey
and Marion Allison. Happy
great-grandparents are
Mrs. Frances Cutler, Mrs.
Elizabeth Coulter and Mr.
and Mrs. Max Guyer. Jes-
sica is named in loving
memory of her great-
grandmother Genia Guyer
and her great aunt Pearl
Trute.


April 25 — Jeffrey and
Andrea Low (nee Detroiter
Andrea Shapiro) of
Scottsdale, Ariz., happily
announce the birth of a
daughter, Allison Sarah.
Happy grandparents are
Dr. and Mrs. David Shapiro
of San Jose, Calif., and
happy great-grandmother
is Helen Klein Elkin of Hal-
landale, Fla.

April 25 — Ronald and
Judy Schwartz (nee Judy
Goldstone) of Oak Park
happily announce the birth
of a son, Brian Phillip.
Happy grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Goldstone and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Schwartz. Brian is
named after Albert

Goldstone and Phyllis
Schwartz.

April 3 — Howard L. and
Cheryl M. Shifman (nee
Cheryl Marlene Kaplan)
happily announce the birth
of a daughter, Stephanie
Erica ; sister to Stacy Re-
becca and Scott Benjamin.
Happy grandparents are
Seymour D. and Lee Kaplan
of Southfield and Alvin and
Joan Shifman of Southf ' .
Happy great-grandpai
are Mary Brawer of Oak
Park and Mendel and Ida
Shifman of Southfield.
Stephanie is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-grandparents Morris
and Anna Weberman.

Dr. ' Mark and Nikki
Segall (nee Nikki Forbes),
former Detroiters of Los
Gatos, Calif., happily an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Leah Jody, sister to
Jeremy and Eli. Happy
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Forbes and Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon Segall. The
happy great-grandmothers
are Mrs. Bella Stangel and
Mrs. Lillian Segall. Leah is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-
grandmother Leah Khor-
ram and paternal great-
grandfather Mr. Joseph
Stangel.

Pictured at the presentation of the Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies' Bernard Isaacs Award to Joseph Colten,
second from right, are, from left: Renee Wohl, Midrasha
director; Dr. Gerald Teller, president of the Midrasha;
Colten; and Rose Kaye, chairman of the Midrasha. The
Isaa6-s Award is presented to an individual who is
committed to Jewish life and learning.

Philip Slomovitz to address
Einstein Luncheon Forum

Philip Slomovitz, editor
emeritus of The Jewish
News, will be the guest
speaker at the next session
of the Einstein Luncheon
Forum at noon Thursday at
Hamilton Place, it was an-
nounced by Judges Ira G.
Kaufman and Norman W.
Feder, co-chairmen of the
forum.
Slomovitz is the founding
president of the American
Jewish Press Association
and served as its head for
ten years. His articles and
reports on the Eichmann
trial in Israel and his cover-

age of historic World Zionist
and World Jewish Con- ;-
ses have been publish. _ a
scores of newspapers
throughout the world.
One of the founders of the
Detroit District — Zionist
Organization of America,
Slomovitz has served as na-
tional vice president of the
ZOA, the Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America and
the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. He will discuss
"Current Dilemmas."
For luncheon reserva-
tions, call the Detroit ZOA,
569-1515.

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