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October 05, 1984 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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Friday, October b,




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Sept. 30 — Joe and Bobbie
aidoff) Lewis of Oak Park are
py to announce the birth of
nnah Mara, sister to Miriam

ept. 27 — Gary and Robin
ine (Klau) of West Bloomfield
e proud to announce the birth of
fir daughter Carly Klau Wine.
i e proud grandparents are Lil
d Iry Wine of West Bloomfield
Helen and Harold Klau of
► uthfield. Carly is named after
r maternal grandmother Hattie


ept. 24 — Geoffrey and Mor-
e Silverman (Morrine Pomish)
West Bloomfield announce the
rth of their son, Daniel Andrew.
oud grandparents are Irving
d Jeanette Pomish of South-
id and Manuel and Margaret
Overman of Ft. Wayne, Ind.
roud great-grandmothers are
sther Pomish and Lillie Gosney.
auiel Andrew is named in loving
iemory of his great-grandfathers
tr. David Silverman and Mr. Ab-
iham Resnick.

Sept. 23 — Henry and Monica
asson (Monica Minowitz) of West
loomfield proudly announce the
irth of their son, Jeremy Sol-
mon, brother to Stefenie
anielle. Proud grandparents are
r. and Mrs. Shlomo Sasson of
mat Gan, Israel, and Mr. and
Ors. Abraham Minowitz of
tloomfield Hills.

Sept. 22 — Dr. and Mrs. Larry
is and (nee Betsy Selik) of Mil-
ord proudly announce the birth of
neir son, Sean Isaac. Happy
;randparents are Mrs. Beverly
,aFond and Dr. and Mrs. Martin
all of Southfield. Sean is
lamed in loving memory of his
eternal grandfather Mr. Samuel
sadore LaFond.

Sept. 18 — Mr. and Mrs.
1Tharles Cohen (Cheri Chad) of
■ armington Hills proudly an-
lounce the birth of their daugh-
i r, Haley Erin, sister, to Andrew
eward. Proud grandparents are
r. and Mrs. Joe Cohen and Mr.
d Mrs. Herb Chad. Haley is
lamed in loving memory of her
aternal great-grandfather Mr.
Larry Parmet and paternal
treat-uncle Elkan Levine.


Sept. 17 — Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
ieth Alder (nee Debbie Etta
4unzer) of Oak Park and Ft.
..auderdale, Fla., very proudly
announce, the birth of a daughter,
thchelle Lisa. Proud
frandparents are Salomon and
Dorothy Munzer and Edna and
3-eorge Alder.

Sept. 15 — Shelly Kovacs Be-
t-man and Harvey W. Berman of
nn Arbor joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Joshua Eric.
Proud grandparents are Florence
Jimmy Kovacs and Ella and
Ludwig Berman. Joshua is named
in loving memory of his maternal
great-grandfather Mr. Eugene
Brumer and his maternal great-
Serena Brumer.


Sept. 14 — Steve and Sharon
Finegood (nee Sharon Garton) of
Authfield proudly announce the

birth of their daughter, Marci
Erin. Proud grandparents are Jef-
frey and Hannah Garton of South-
field and Harold and Dolores
Finegood of Farmington Hills.
Proud great-grandparents are
Menashe and Sara Haar and
Samuel and Ruth Kramer, all of

Sept. 12 — Dr. and Mrs. Neil
Friedman (Pam Gordon) of South-
field joyfully announce the birth
of their son, Joshua Gordon.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Gordon of West
Bloomfield and Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph Friedman of Southfield.
Great-grandmother is Mrs. Lily
Roubeck of Southfield.

Sept. 9 — Ron and Marnie Press
of Mendocino, Calif., announce
the birth of their son, Micah Lee.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Press of Southfield and
June Blum of Dallas, Pa. Micah is
named in loving memory of his
maternal grandfather Mr. Mar-
vin Blum and his paternal
grandmother Lottie Press.

Sept. 8 — Gary and Lisa
Shiffman (Lisa Hoffman) of
Southfield joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Matthew
Joseph Shiffman. Proud

grandparents are Evelyn
Hoffman Kasle of Franklin and
Milton and Lois Shiffman of West
Bloomfield. Proud great-
grandparents are Helen Kanat of
West Bloomfield, Rose Gold of
Southfield and Irving and Flor-
ence Hermelin of Southfeld.
Matthew's Hebrew name is
Moshe Yosef. He is named in lov-
ing memory of his grandfather
Walter Hoffman and great-
grandfathers Joseph Shiffman
and Joseph Gold.

Sept. 8 — Stephan and Susan
Adler are pleased to announce the
birth of their daughter, Natasha
Alexandra. Proud grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. David Adler and
Mr. and Mrs. George Lumley.
Natasha is named in loving mem-
ory of her paternal great-

Sept. 3 — Avi and Beth Brand-
vain of Jerusalem, Israel, an-
nounce the birth of a son Ilan,
brother to Yaniv. The
grandparents are Yaakov Brand-
vain of Jerusalem and Annette
and Bill Liberson of Bloomfield
Aug. 12 — Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ellis (Lynda Rubin) of
Farmington Hills announce the
birth of their son, Ross Eric.


MOHEL im of Detroit

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

The $42,000 renovation project
was made possible by a grant from
the state of Michigan and the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Building renovation included
painting throughout, new tiling of
floors, carpeting and some altera-
tions and changes in room
Chairmen Yost and Phillips
have announced that the celebra-
tion will include: opening cere-
mony, entertainment for all ages,
arts and crafts exhibits, moon-
walk, pony rides and refresh-
Janet Levine is chairman of the
JPM activities committee.
Members of the JPM planning
committee are: Doris Blechman,
volunteers; Joan Goodman, pub-
licity; Carol Plisner, hospitality;
Wendy Roizen, activities; Levine
and Marcy Feldman, JPM co-
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`Branch Bash,' open house due
at Jewish Center Morris Branch

Starr, program coordinator at the
JPM facility, 967-4030.
Bruce Landgarten is the staff
liaison at the Maple-Drake Build-
ing to the JPM facility and is as-
sisting in the coordination of the
bash and the open house.
The senior adult department,
based at the JPM Branch, an-
nounces that there will be an open
class in psychology on Thursdays
at 9 a.m. with a formal class of-
fered at 9:30 a.m. An open stress
management class is available on
Fridays at 9 a.m. with an exercise
class at 9:30 a.m.
The classes, which begin im-
mediately, are held in room 15 of
the Morris Branch. They are
sponsored by the branch and the
Ferndale and Oak Park schools.
Admission is free, and all
seniors are invited. For details,
call Miriam Sandweiss at the
branch, 967-4030.
The Oakland County Health
Department will administer flue
shots to senior adults from 1:30 to
3:30 p.m. Oct. 23 in room 12 of the
Morris Branch. There is a nomi-
nal charge. For details, call Doris
Schuchter, 428-7086.
At 1 p.m. Oct. 16 there will be a
program on "Managing Back
Problems." Dr." Maury R. Ellen-
berg of Sinai Hospital's depart-
ment of rehabilitation medicine
will be the speaker. A workshop
on "How to Prevent Back Prob-
lems" will be presented at 11 a.m.
Oct. 23.




A "Branch Bash" and open
house at the Jewish Community
Center, Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch, will take place Oct. 14
from 2 to 5 p.m., it was announced
by co-chairmen Al Yost and Patti
The "bash" marks the comple-
tion of the renovation project at
the facility and will feature pro-
gram demonstrations, exhibits
and entertainment about the pro-
grams and services at the facility.
Admission is free.


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