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November 30, 1984 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 30, 1984

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Nov. 22 — Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Lipsitz (Karen Fridson) of West
Bloomfield announce the birth of
a daughter, Brooke Erin.

Nov. 21 — Former Detroiter
Gershon (Gary) Podolsky and
Mrs. Podolsky (Sarah Fischbein)
of Monsey, N.Y., happily an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Goldie, sister to Chaim Dovid,
Yehudah and Simcha. The proud
grandparents are Freda and
Harold Podolsky of Oak Park.

Nov. 21 — Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Gilmer (Judy Ritter of Oak Park)
of Atlanta, Ga., are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of their son, Alan
Joseph, brother to Lori Michelle.
Happy grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. -hiring Ritter of Oak Park
and Mrs. Helen Gilmer of At-
lanta. Alan Joseph is named in
loving memory of his paternal
grandfather Mr. John Gilmer.

Nov. 19 — Warren and Donna
J. Sacks. (Donna J. Merzin),
former Detroiters of Jacksonville,
Fla., announce the birth of their
daughter, Erica I. Sacks, sister to
Steven Nolan. The proud
grandparents are Aaron and Shir-
ley Merzin of West Bloomfield and
Minnie Sacks of Southfield. Erica
I. • is named in loving memory of
her paternal uncle Dr. Richard
Sacks and her paternal
grandfather Mr. Irving Sacks.

Nov. 17 — Former Detroiter Dr.
Stephen L. Stecker and Mrs.
Stecker (nee Alix Colcombet of
Lyori, France) of San Diego, Calif.,
joyfully announce the birth of
their son, Mathieu Samuel,
brother to Tiffany Anne. Mathieu
Samuel is named in loving mem-
ory of his paternal grandfather
Mr. Sam Stecker.

Nov. 8 — Former Detroiter
Marc Emery and Mrs. Emery

(Karen Goldstein) of Ft. Lauder-
dale; Fla., proudly announce the
birth of their son, Jason Matthew,
brother to Joshua Michael. Proud
grandparents are Elaine and Hy
Emery, former Detroiters of Hol-
lywood, Fla., Sheryl Wolfman of
Hollywood, Fla., and Bob Golds-
tein of Guttenberg, N.J. Proud
great-grandmothers are Buddy
Miller and Sylvia Scher. Jason
Matthew is named in loving
memory of his maternal great-
grandmother Ida Herskovitz and
paternal great-grandmother
Freda Eizelman.

Nov. 7 — Gary and Miriam
Wettenstein (Miriam Gorman) of
Oak Park joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter, Rachel
Pearl. Proud grandparents are
Seymour and Charlotte Gorman
and Ben and Roz Wettenstein, all
of Oak Park. Rachel is named in
loving memory of her great-
grandmothers Regina Gorman
Neimark and Pearl Fine.

Nov. 7 — James and Linda
Furman (Linda Tapper) of
Livonia proudly announce the
birth of their daughter, Rachel
Beth, sister to Nathan Samuel.
Proud grandparents are Benja-
min and Sharon Tapper and
Samuel and Sylvia Furman of
Southfield. Proud great-
grandparents are Frances
Jackson, Lillian Furman and
Morris and Bertha Fink. Rachel
Beth is named in loving memory
of her maternal great-
grandmother Bessie Nasberg and
maternal great-great-
grandmother Rose Jackson.

Nov. 5 — Joel and Diane
Swimmer (Diane Rosenfeld) of
Oak Park proudly announce the
birth of their son, Michael Aron.
Michael Aron is named in loving
memory of his maternal great-

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grandfather Mr. Morris Schwartz
and his paternal great-
grandfather Mr. Myer Tarnow.
Happy grandparents are Sanford
and Reva Rosenfeld of West
Bloomfield and Robert and
Elayne Swimmer of Oak Park.
Proud great-grandparents are
Anna Schwartz of Pennsylvania,
Jane and Sidney Rosenfeld of
Florida, Ben and Dora Swimmer
of Florida and Ida Tarnow of
Florida.

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