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February 08, 1985 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-08

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MOHEL im of Detroit

ENENENEEE

Jan. 28 — Jay and Jeanne Gol-
denberg (Seitz) of Birmingham
are happy to announce the birth of
their first child, a daughter,
Megan Elizabeth, named for her
paternal great-grandmother
Molly Kroll. The proud
grandparents are Rubin and Ida
Goldenberg of Oak Park and
Frank and Marie Seitz of Charles-
ton, S. C.

Jan. 27 — Former Detroiter
Eugene V. Adler and Mrs. Adler
(Patricia Ann Vangeloff of Lo-
rain, Ohio) of Glendale, Ariz., joy-
fully announce the birth of their
daughter, Emily Kate, sister to
Kimberly Jean. Proud
grandparents are Paul and Elsie
Vangeloff of Lorain and Mrs.
Beatrice D. Adler of Tempe, Ariz.

Jan. 26 — Mr. and Mrs. Av-
raham Kahn (Marmol Kleinman
of Southfield) of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
, are happy to announce the birth of
/ twin daughters, Raizel Brocha
and Ngchama Dena, sisters to
Leah, Sosie and Perl. The very
proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Kleinman of Southfield
and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kahn of New
Jersey. Proud great-grandfather
' is Max Fleishman, also of South-
field.

Jan. 24 — Mr. and Mrs. David
Guz (Linda Schey) of Farmington
Hills joyfully announce the birth
of their daughter, Lauren
Elizabeth. Proud grandparents
are Norma and Joseph Schey of
Southfield, Mrs. Helen Shapiro of
Farmington Hills and Harold Guz
of West Bloomfield. The great-
grandmothers are Mrs. Hattie
Joslove of Detroit, Mrs. Dora Guz
of Southfield and Mrs. Ethel Ross
of Southfield.

Jan. 18 — Dr. and Mrs. Lanny
Lesser (Christine Bogusz) of
Southfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Kenneth Andrew, brother to
Renee Lauren. The proud
grandparents are Morton and
\-) Elaine Lesser of Southfield and
/ Conrad and Lois Bogusz of Toledo,
Ohio. Proud great-grandmother is
Anna Lesser of Southfield. Ken-
neth is named in loving memory
of great-grandfathers Mr. Jack
Lesser and Mr. Max Reinman.

Jan. 2 — Former Oak Park
resident Dr. Lori Adelson and
Stephen Plotkin of Pittsburgh,
Pa., and currently residing in
Nashville, Tenn., joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Sarah Adelson Plotkin. Proud
grandparents are Oscar and
Emma Adelson, former Oak Park
residents of Nashville and Mar-
cella Plotkin Cohen and Louis
Cohen, both of Pittsburgh. Sarah
also is the granddaughter of the
late Mr. David Plotkin.

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Certified

BIRTHS

Feb. 4 — Dr. and Mrs. David
Weinbaum (Joan Lumelsky of
Southfield) of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
announce the birth of their son,
Bradley Joel, brother to Matthew
Aaron. Proud grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Morry Weinbaum of
Pittsburgh and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Lumelsky of Southfield.

THE DETROFT ilEWIeff NEWS1 H •
.

Dec. 31 — Former Flint resi-
dent Jared Silberman and De-
borah Silberman (Deborah Mi-
ron) of Washington, D.C., joyfully
announce the birth of their twin
daughters, Lauren Beth and Car-
rie Rachel. Proud grandparents
are Mrs. Lee Silberman of Flint
and Dr. Oscar Miron of Queens,
N.Y. Lauren Beth and Carrie
Rachel are named in loving mem-
ory of their maternal
grandmother Bertha Miron, mat-
ernal great-grandmother Riva
(Becky) Miron and paternal
great-grandmothers and Helen
Wiseman and Rivka Silberman.

Dec. 19 — Dr. and Mrs. Bruce
Eisenberg (Beth) of Southfield are
happy to announce the birth of
their daughter, Evann Elyse.

Proud grandparents are Larry
and Barbara Eisenberg and Doug
and Marilyn Glasgow. Great-
grandparents are Morey and Rose
Pollack of Hollywood, Fla.

Dec. 10 — Former Southfield
resident Rick Lenhard and Kim-
berly Lenhard (Kim Ely of Ft.
Worth, Tex.) of Dayton, Ohio, joy-
fully announce the birth of their
son, Charles Edward. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Lenhard of Southfield and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ely of Ft.
Worth. Charles Edward is named
for his maternal great-
grandfathers Mr. Edward Ely and
Mr. Edward Hrdlicka and is
named in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather Mr.
Charles Schulman.

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Mengele, the Auschwitz concen-
tration camp doctor responsible
for the deaths of more than
300,000 Jews, should be killed if
he can't be brought to trial for
Nazi war crimes.

"Someone should make a final
solution for Mengele," Isar Harel
told a group of reporters during a
three-day mock trial for the in-
famous doctor in Jerusalem this
week, referring to the euphemism
the Nazis used to describe their
genocidal policies. Harel's com-
ments were prompted by his belief
that Mengele may never be extra-
dited from Paraguay — where he
allegedly lives now — to face West
German charges which originated
in 1959.

Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal,
who also took part in the mock
trial, said the 73-year-old doctor
was seen in Paraguay early last
summer, but that he is protected
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universities in Germany for
study.
Healthy people were also sac-
rificed to Mengele's anatomical
research. The doctor would take
people who interested him to the
crematorium, Hamermash said,
kill them with a fatal injection
"and when their bodies were still
warm, he would dissect them."
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