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August 31, 1984 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-31

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Friday, August131,1984

THE/DETROIT JEWISH= NEWS

BIRTHS

Aug. 25 — Chuck and
Dharlene Norris (Dharlene
Katzman) of Farmington
Hills proudly announce the
birth of their son, Zachary
Aaron, brother to Laura,
Chuck and Jordan. Proud
grandparents are Betty and
Harry, Katzman of Oak
Park and Pearl and Dave
Norris of Detroit. Zachary is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-
Anna
grandmother
Katzman.

Aug. 24 — Debbie (Men-
delson) and Steven Schwalb
of Southfield proudly an-
nounce the birth of a son,
Justin Adam. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Mendelson of

LOCAL NEWS

Extended care
offered at
Emanu-El

Temple Emanu-El Nur-
sery School offers extended
hour care, along with a reg-
ular full and half day, nur-
sery program.
Care is available both be-
fore and after the regular
nursery program, to meet
the needs of working par-
ents.
In addition to the nursery
school for a children age 21/2
through 5, Temple
E menu-El has Parent-
Toddler classes for children
21 months to 21/2 years.
For information, call
Temple Emanu-El, 967-
4020.

Area teacher
participates in
conference

Oak Park and Mr. and Mrs.
July 27 — Ronald and
Roland Schwalb of Lathrup Batya Schreiber of Oak
Village. Proud great- Park joyfully announce the
grandmother is Regina birth of a son, Moshe
Roth. Justin is named in Yoseph, brother to Sarah
loving memory of his Rivka. Proud grandparents
great-grandfathers Mr. are Dr. and Mrs. Leonard
Jacob Mendelson and Mr. (Pauline) Schreiber and Mr.
Jacob Schwalb.
and Mrs. James Gray.
Moshe Yoseph is named in
Aug. 22 — Howard and loving memory of his pater-
Karen Gutman (nee Karen nal great-grandfathers.
Eder) of Oak Park proudly
announce the birth of their
July 26 — Aaron and
son, Robert Samuel, brother Robin Bobkin (nee Robin
to Eric Daniel. Proud Lyons) of Southfield joyfully
grandparents are Helen and announce the birth of their
Marty Lattin of Southfield daughter, Ashley Danielle,
and Margaret and David sister to Jason Matthew.
Gutman of Oak Park.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Jacobs,
Aug. 21 — Alan and Judy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lyons
Frankfort (nee Judy Fisk) and Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
proudly announce the birth Bobkin. Proud great-
of a son, Michael Adam. The grandmothers are Mrs.
proud grandparents are Joe Mildred Broadman and
and Ettie Frankfort of Red- Mrs. Bertha Feldman.
ford and Ben and Ann Fisk
of Oak Park.

Aug. 21 — Stephen and
Lynn Warren of Hun-
tington Woods happily an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Jamie Meredith, sister
to Andrew Benjamin. Proud
grandparents are Lillian
and Robert Weinberg of
Oak Park and Reva and
Joseph Warren of Delray
Beach, Fla. Proud great;
grandmother is Jennie
Weinberg of Oak Park.

Adult classes
in Ferndale
and Oak Park

The Oak Park and
Ferndale school districts
have opened registration for
their adult education
classes which will begin
Sept. 10.
For information in Oak
Park, call the Oak Park
schools, 548-9294; and in
Ferndale, call the Ferndale
schools, 542-2535. .

OPENING SOON!

July 3 — Richard and
Elissa Berg (nee Elissa
Baum) of Oak Park proudly
announce the birth of their
son, Zachary Henry, (Tzvi
Chaim), brother to
Francesca Lynn and Joshua
Andrew. Proud
grandparents are Mrs. Leah
Baum of Farmington Hills
and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
(Betty) Berg of Southfield.
Proud great-grandparents
are Louis Zheutlin of Far-
mington Hills and Mrs.
Helen Gross and Mrs. Re-
gina Berg, both of Miami
Beach. Zachary is named in
loving memory of his pater-
nal great-grandfather
Henry (Tzvi) Gross.



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LOCAL NEWS

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Aug. 16 — Mr. and Mrs.
David Goldman (Barbara
Gorman) of West Bloom-
field are proud to announce
the birth of twin sons,
Jonathan Blake and
Zachary Ross, brothers to
Scott David. The happy
grandparents are Mrs ;
Pearl Gorman and Herman
Gorman. The happy great-
grandparents are Mrs.
Molly Gorman and Herman
Boraks.

Aug. 12 . — Jerome and
Marianne Pesick
(Marianne Hersch) of West
Bloomfield announce the
birth of their son, Jason
'Zachary. Proud
grandparents are Betty and
Martin Hersch , and Nettie
and Julius Pesick of South-
field. Jason is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
great-grandmother, Fannie
Pesick, and maternal
great-aunt, Sylvia Kramer.

542-4444
855-0628
557-0888
358-1426
557-9666

"THE STORE FOR THE ACHING BACK'

Aug. 18 — Richard and
Shelley (Kletter) Thomson
of Sterling Heights proudly
announce the birth of a
daughter, Jody Rebecca.

Aug. 13 — To former De-
troiters Sam and Rhonda
Wasserman (nee Rhonda
Lenzner) of Mission Viejo,
Calif., a son, Brian Maurice.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Gary Lenzner of
Mission Viejo and Mr. and
Mrs. Mike Wasserman of
Southfield.

MOHELim of Detroit

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
Cantor S. Greenbaum
Reb. Hersh! Roth
Cantor Sidney Rube
Rabbi S. Zachariash

Proud great-grandfather is
Irving Lyons. Ashley is
named in loving memory of
her great-grandmother
Fannie Bobkin.

ak, Ctittatt, 354 -4126

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Ellen Hechler, a math-
ematics teacher at Drew
Middle School, participated
in the Conference for Lead-
ers conducted by the Na-
tional Council of Teachers
of Mathematics (NCTM) at
the University of Wisconsin
in Madison, Wis., last
month.
Miss Hechler is the
NCTM representative for
the Detroit Area Council of
Mathematics Teachers.



Certified

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Howard Weiner, left, of Farmington Hills, and Weizmann
Institute Prof. Avihau Klar work on a project during the
summer science seminar at the institute.

Detroiter Howard Weiner
was one of 71 teenage par-
ticipants from 15 countries
who attended the 16th an-
nual Dr. Bessie F. Lawrence
International Summer Sci-
ence Institute at the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science in
Rehovot. Howard is the son
Of and Mrs. Allan
Weiner, of Farmington
Hills.
Those taking part in this
summer's program in Israel
hailed from the United
States, Canada, Belgium,
Colombia, Costa Rica, Hol-
land, Italy,
, Mexico, Singe-

pore, Sweden, Switzerland,
the United Kingdom,
Uruguay and Venezuela.
Two English-speaking Is-
raelis took part in the semi-
nar as well.

The first two weeks of the
prograin were devoted to
orientation lectures and
laboratory work in various
disciplines, including com-
puters, physics, biology and
chemistry. The second half
of the summer institute was
highlighted by social activi-
ties and touring the coun-
try.

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