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May 17, 1985 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS





MAGICIAN

BIRTHS

May 12 — Jeanine and Marc
Ingber, former Ann Arbor resi-
dents of Ames, Iowa, announce
the birth of their daughter, Alli-
son Brooke, sister to Hillary Ann.
Grandparents are Shirlie and
George Ingber of West Bloomfield
and Midge andB ,thHuckell of San
Diego, Calif. Allison Brooke is
named in loving memory of her
paternal great-grandmother
Beatrice Teitel.

May 11 — Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Levy (Linda Kohn) of Farmington
Hills announce the birth of their
son, Daniel, brother to Michael.
The proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Kohn of Cincin-
nati, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Levy of Southfield. Daniel
is named in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather Mr.
David Levy.

May 9 — Dr. and Mrs. David
Friedman (Marsha Kay) of South-
field are thrilled to announce the
birth of their son, Aaron Ross.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Friedman of Oak
Park and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kay
of Birmingham. Proud great-
grandmother is Mrs. Lillian
Glass.

May 8 — Don and Linda (Be-
nson) Pearson of Lake Orion joy-
fully announce the birth of their
daughter, Laura Michelle, sister
to Heather Mellissa. Happy
grandparents are Herb and Paula
Benson of Oak Park and Ethel
Pearson of Colorado. Proud
great-grandmother is Clair A.
Ross of West Bloomfield. Laura
Michelle is named in loving mem-
ory of her great-grandfather Mr.
Arthur I. Benson.

May 6 — Mr. and Mrs. Terry
Nosan (Jo-Anne Katz) of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce the
birth of Blair Elizabeth, sister to
Loren Alicia. Proud grandparents
are Esther and Nathan Katz and
Pet and Manny Nosan. Great-
grandmother is Pearl Nosanchuk.

May 5 — Gary and Gayle
Eubanks (Gayle Stern) of Bir-
mingham joyfully announce the
birth of a daughter, Emily Claire.
Proud grandparents are: Dr.
Sheldon and Jessie Stern of
Franklin. and Earl and Norma
Eubanks of Rochester. Great-
grandparents are Mary and Her-
man Brandwein of Columbus,
Ohio; Nora Carmichael of
Drumond Island, Mich., and
Emma and Edward Eubanks of
Traverse City. Delighted god-
mother is Mrs. Alan (Eleanor)
Lakin of Franklin.

May 5 — David Disner and
Karen Natow Disner of West
Bloomfield are proud to announce
the birth of their son, Michael
Brian, brother to Jonathan Ryan.
Proud grandparents are Anita
and Daniel Natow and Ethel and
Hyman Disner, all of Southfield.
Proud great-grandfather is Jacob
Natow of Southfield. Michael
Brian is named in loving memory
of his maternal great-grand-
mother Lottie Lieber and his pat-
ernal great-grandmother Anna
Sharfman.

May 4 — Dr. and Mrs. Keith
Reich (Sandi Fertel), former De-
troiters of Tulsa, Okla., are happy
to announce the birth of their
daughter, Rachel Gayle. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Max Fertel of Oak Park and Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Reich of Lat-
hrup Village. Proud great-grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cohen of Southfield, Mrs. Maly-
nina Fried of Oak Park and Louis
Reich of Detroit. Rachel Gayle is
named in memory of her paternal
great-aunt Frieda Barahal and
her maternal great-great-aunt
Helen Miller.

April 30 — Lynne Avadenka
and Marc Sussman of Huntington
Woods joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Eli Avadenka
Sussman, brother to Max. Eli's

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Park are proud to announce the
birth of their daughter, Deena
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brother to Nathan Samuel.
Grandparents are Mariann and
Jack Moore of Southfield and
Samuel Barr of Westland. Great-
grandmother is Rose Fridson.
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grandmother Bernice Barr, pat-
ernal great-grandmother Bena
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Park joyfully announce the birth
of their daughter, Mara
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