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May 17, 1985 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 17, 1985

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proud grandparents are Ed and
Beverly Avadenka of Orchard
Lake and Claire Sussman of Oak
Park.

April 26 — Efim and Elissa
Burda (Elissa Freedman) of
Southfield proudly announce the
birth of their son, Joshua Evan,
brother to Douglas Benjamin.
Proud grandparents are Sheldon
and Deborah Freedman of South-

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April 26 — Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey
Garden (Helen Berman) of South-
field joyfully announce the birth
of their first-born son, Jason
Matthew. Proud grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berman
of West Bloomfield and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Garden of Oak Park.
Jason Matthew is named in mem-
ory of his paternal great-grand-
father Mr. Eugene Jonas.

Sylvia Alpert of Farmington
Hills. Cara Lesley is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-grandmother Celia Lefton.

April 11 — Former Detroiter S.
Jeffrey Rosner and Mrs. Rosner
(Ronda Housholder) of Palo Alto,
Calif., announce the birth of their
son, Aretz (Ari) Benjamin.
Grandparents are Grace Rosner of
Boca Raton, Fla., and Mildred and
Dean Housholder of Janesville,
Calif. Ari is named in memory of
his paternal grandfather Mr. Ar-
thur Rosner.

April 9 — Jeff and Jackie Bean
(Jackie McLernon) of Auburn
Hills joyfully announce the birth
of their first child, Justin Kings-
April 14 — Andy and Diane
ley. Proud grandparents are
Lappin (Diane Tendler of South-
Nancy and James McLernon of
field) of Chicago, Ill., joyfully an-
Bloomfield Hills and Phyllis and
nounce the birth of their daugh-
Edwin Bean of Southfield. Loving
ter, Lauren Sara. The proud
great-grandparents are Sally
grandparents are Dorothy and
Rothman Brown of Southfield,
Jack Tendler of Southfield and • Betty and Joseph Bean of Lake
Mimi and Bob Lappin of
Worth, Fla. (formerly of South-
Swampscott, Mass. Great-grand-
field), and Gordon Stilwell of Buf-
parents are Beatrice Zaiger of
falo, N.Y. Justin Kingsley is
Lynn, Mass., and Henry Wiener of
named in loving memory of his
Detroit. Lauren Sara was named
maternal great-great-grand-
in loving memory of her paternal
mother and paternal great-
great-grandfather Mr. Louis
great-grandfather.
Zaiger and her maternal great-
April 9 — David Goldfarb (for-
grandmother Sally Wiener.
merly of Oak Park) and Barbara
April 12 —Joel and Gail (Stern)
Coperine of Great Barrington,
Alpert of West Blcomfield proudly
Mass., announce the birth of their
announce the birth of their
daughter, Katherine Coperine
daughter, Cara Lesley, sister to
Goldfarb. Grandparents are Bob
Jeffrey Yale. Proud grandparents
and Ruthe Goldfarb of Oak Park
are Norman and Sydney Stern of
and Frank Coperine of Stanford,
Birmingham and Seymour and
Conn., and the late Ella Coperine.

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The musical troups Safam will
entertain at the Fourth Annual
Freedom Concert for Soviet Jewry
in memory of Al M. Rosenberg on
June 3 at 8 p.m. at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
All proceeds will benefit the ad-
vocacy efforts of the Jewish Com-
munity Council's Detroit Soviet
Jewry Committee.
A six-man musical group from
Boston, Safam has been at the

forefront of the renaissance in
Jewish music in America since
their beginning in 1974.
Safam (which means mous-
tache in Hebrew) has touched lis-
teners with such original hits as
Jerusalem, Judah Macabbee,
World of Our Fathers and Yamit.
For tickets, call the Detroit
Soviet Jewry Committee of the
Jewish Community Council,
962-1880.

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