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February 15, 1985 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-15

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Friday, February 15, 1985

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THE .:DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Certified

MOHEL im of Detroit

just for kids

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
542-4444
Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628
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557-0888
Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426
Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

Quality
hourly
drop-in child care.
"Where kids can
have fun!"

HOURS: Mon.-Thurs.
9-10 p.m.; Fri. & Sat.
9-midnight; Sundays
12-10 p.m.

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(at Lahser) next to ABP
Birmingham, MI

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WOMEN!!!

CLEARANCE SALE

ALL ITEMS MUST BE SOLD

$35.00

100% Wool Gabardine Pants

reg. $48.97

$40.00

Harris Tweed Blazers

reg. $74.99

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President

BIRTHS

Feb. 9 — David and Sharon
Siegel (Sharon Cohen) of Hun-
tington Woods joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Benjamin
Robert. Proud grandparents are
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen of South-
field and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Siegel of Birmingham. Proud
great-grandmother is Mrs. Fan-
nie Siegel of Oak Park. Benjamin
Robert is named in loving mem-
ory of his maternal great-grand-
mother Florence Wilhelm and his
paternal great-grandmother Rose
Samuelson.
Feb. 5 — Lee and Debbie Golani
of Southfield are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Kevin Daniel. Proud grand-
parents are Bonnie and Hal
Goldberg of Farmington Hills and
Marilyn and Nick Gonte of South-
field.
Feb. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Oppenheim (Dena Malach) of
Southfield joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Michael Bran-
don. Proud grandparents are
Norman and Mae Oppenheim of
Oak Park and Harry and Florence
Malach of Southfield. Michael
Brandon is named in loving mem-
ory of his maternal great-grand-
father Mr. Moshe Malach and
paternal great-grandfather Mr.
Louis Oppenheim.
Feb. 1 — Dr. Jeffrey and Dr.
Nadine Eder (Dr. Nadine
Applebaum) of Ypsilanti are
happy to announce the birth of a
son, Kevin Andrew, brother to
Matthew Harrison. Proud grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Applebaum and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Eder, all of Oak Park.
Kevin Andrew is named after his
paternal grandmother Anne
Applebaum and his great-uncle
Mr. Harry Meyer Gallup.
Jan. 31 — Dr. and Mrs. Keith
Daniels (Hanna Summer) of
Grand Blanc, Mich., are happy to
announce the birth of their son,
Matthew Frank Daniels, named
in'inemory of his maternal great-
grandfather, Mr. Max Brown, and
his paternal great-grandmother,
Freida Smith. Proud grand-
parents are Roger and Marilyn
Daniels of Birmingham and
Seymour and Rona Summer of
Oak Park. The great-grand-
mother is Mabel Onkin of Oak
Park.

VALENTINE'S SPECIAL

All Jeans
30% Infant, OFF
Toddler & Maternity

thru Saturday, Feb. 16th

all sales final



no charges

baby and me

24901 Northwestern Hwy. at Evergreen
Southfield, Weft.

356-7050

Jan. 30 — Charles and Randie
(Korchak) Federman of Birming-
ham are pleased to announce the
birth of their second son, Ross
Steven.
Jan. 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Marc
Tuttleman (Susan Gaines) of Oak
Park are happy to announce the
birth of a daughter, Ashlee Rose.
The proud grandparents are Ros-
lyn and Issy Ash of Oak Park and
Charlotte and Oscar Tuttleman of
Southfield and proud paternal
great-grandmother is Sylvia
Lipman. Ashlee Rose is named for
her paternal great-grandmother
Rose Tuttleman.
Jan. 27 — Mr. and Mrs. Marc
Winkelman (Suzanne Jonas) of
Walled Lake proudly announce
the birth of a daughter, Elisabeth
Anne. The proud grandparents
are Alice March of Los Angeles,
Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Win-
kelman of West Bloomfield and
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jonas of
West Bloomfield. Proud great-
grandparents are Mrs. Rosalind
Winkelman of Scottsdale, Ariz.,
Mrs. Lenke Jonas of Detroit and
Mrs. Matilda Kraus of Oak Park.
Jan. 22 — Jeffrey and Gayle
Frost (Gayle Belin of Southfield)
of Santa Monica, Calif., are happy
to announce the birth of their first
child, a daughter, Hilary Robyn,
lovingly named in memory of
maternal great-grandfather Mr.
Herman W. Zimmerman. Proud
grandparents are Leon and Mari-
lyn Belin of Southfield and Wil-
bur and Betty Frost of Camden,
Maine. Proud great-grandparents

are Mrs. Ceal Zimmerman of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., and Mr. and
Mrs. William Belinsky of North
Miami Beach, Fla.
Jan. 19 — Bill and Cindi Fis-
chel (Stromer) of Lathrup are
happy to announce the birth of
their second daughter, Sarah Re-
nee, sister to Rebecca and David.
Proud grandparents are Mrs.
Seymour Fligman and Mrs. K. M.
Farnham, both of Lathrup. Sarah
Renee is named in loving memory
of her maternal grandfather Dr.
Seymour L. Fligman.

Jan. 17 — Mr. and Mrs. Eliot
Globerson (Michelle Rosenfeld) of
Oak Park are happy to announce
the birth of their daughter, Jamie
Sara, sister to Adam Leon. Proud
grandparents are Sylvia and
Samuel Rosenfeld of Southfield
and Loretta and Larrie Globerson
of Franklin. Jamie Sara is named
in loving memory of her maternal
great-aunt Beatrice Hendelman
and paternal great-grandmother
Sadie Cornfield.

Jan. 11 — Dr. and Mrs. Mark
Percy Clemons of Memphis,
Tenn., (Miriam Kaufman, for-
merly of Southfield) joyfully an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Laura Elaine. The proud grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Kaufman of Southfield and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Clemons of Mem-
phis. Laura's great-grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Saul Steinmark
and Miller Clemons, all of Mem-
phis, and Mrs. Isidor (Sarah)
Seidman of Southfield.

BNAI BRITH

REAL ESTATE AND CON-
STRUCTION UNIT will have its

annual dinner-dance at 8 p.m.
Feb. 23 at Kingsley Inn. Guests
are invited, and there is a charge.
Officers to be installed at the
dinner-dance are: Isaiah Shafir,
president; Jerry Beale, Morton
Dermer, Leo Eagle, Jonathon
Holtzman, Barry Klein, Eric
Lutz, Harold Nyman, Graham Or-
ley, Gilbert "Buzz" Silverman,
Sheila Sloan and Bruce Wayne,
vice presidents; Les Perlman, fi-
nancial secretary; David
Chicorel, treasurer; Julie Ritten,
recording secretary; Lore Cohn,
corresponding secretary; Joel
Willens, chaplain, and Arthur
Schott, adviser.
Trustees are: Leland Allcut, Jr.;
and Sol Benaderet, Melvin Borin,
Irving Glancy, Allen Glass, Isaak
Itkis, Maurice Katzman, Harry
Krim, Leo Majzels, Maynard Me-
tler, Arie Moskavitz, Jack
Pomeroy, Earl Sherman, Norman
Steel, Gerald Sukenic and Israel
Tal.
The unit welcomes women to
join. For information, call De-
rmer, 968-6706.

DETROIT LODGE will have its
installation of officers at 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the Executive Ath-
letic Club, Southfield. Incoming
president is Howard Fridson.
Members will - have full use of all
club facilities, including racquet-
ball, sauna and whirlpool prior to
dinner. There is a charge. For

reservations, call Peter Winston,
626-3191; or David Silverstein,
569-6117.

Barristers Unit
To Host Dinner

The B'nai B'rith Barristers' an-
nual judicial recognition dinner
honoring recently elected or ap-
pointed judges will be held on Feb.
20 at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Cocktails (including an open bar)
will begin at 5:30 . p.m., with
dinner being served at 6:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be sportscaster
Eli Zaret of WDIV — Channel 4.
The following judges will be
honored at the dinner: United
States District Court, Richard F.
Suhrheinrich and George LaP-
lata; United States District Court
— Bankruptcy, Steven W.
Rhodes; Michigan Supreme
Court, Dorothy Comstock Riley;
Macomb County Circuit Court,
Kathleen Jansen; Wayne County
Circuit Court, Richard P. Hatha-
way and John H. Gillis, Jr.;
Wayne County Probate Court,
Martin Maher; Macomb County
Probate Court, Thomas L. Buller;
Judicial District Courts,
Raymond A. Charron, Michael
Ciungan, William F. Bledsoe,
John E. MacDonald, Wendy
Cooley, Willie G. Lipscomb,
Robert J. Turner and Edward
Sosnick.
There is a fee. For reservation
information; contact Gordon S.
Gold, president, 963-9625.

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