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August 30, 1985 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-30

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72 Friday, August 30, 1985

Dear Mom

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BIRTHS

ULP IE DJ
GET REA= •

a Dad,

Call The Jewish News

Runt Sophie called me the
other night and told me she
found "the perfect match"
for me. Well, the last time
she fixed me up on a date
it was a disaster. But,. this
time she really had a good
thing. She told me to call

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557-9666

video introduction service.
Boy, am I glad I took Cher
advice this time. No more
blind dates for mel

Love,
Brandon

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• Specialists for Infants through Adolescents
• Emphasising Preventive Dentistry
• Emergency Service Always Available

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Aug. 8 — Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Tawil (Susan Prog) of Oak Park
joyfully announce the birth of

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NeetilietoririV

Aug. 23
Jeffrey and Paula
Kirsch of Farmington Hills pro-
udly announce the birth of their
son, Jordan Shaanan, brother to
Michelle Leigh and David
Joseph. Proud grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kirsch of
Livonia and Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Hockle of Detroit.
Great-grandmother is Freda
Kagan. Jordan Shaanan is
named in loving memory of his
great-grandmother Sylvia
Kirsch.
Aug. 19 — Richard and Ilene
Goodman (Lederman) of South-
field joyfully announce the birth
of their daughter, Shayna
Michelle. Proud grandparents
are Mrs. Ann Lederman of
Southfield and Issie and Lynne
Goodman of Bloomfield Hills.
Shayna Michelle is named in
loving memory of her maternal
grandfather Mr. Sam Lederman
and her paternal great-grand-
mother Meryl Feldman
Aug 15 — Hal and Suzi Mus-
kovitz (Gunsberg) of West
Bloomfield announce the birth
of their daughter, Kate Flor-
ence. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Gunsberg of
Southfield and Dave Muskovitz
of West Bloomfield. Kate is the
sister of Andrew and Jason.
Great-grandparents are Fannie
Friedman and Sam Sborow, both
of Oak Park. Kate is named for
her paternal grandmother Flor-
ence Muskovitz.
Aug. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Ron
Lipson (Joni Freed) of West
Bloomfield happily announce
the birth of their son, Zachary
Daniel Lipson. Proud grand-
parents are Mrs. Rosalie Lipson
of Southfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Freed of West Bloomfield.
Proud great-grandmother is
Mrs. Rose Bresler of Southfield.
Zachary Daniel is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
grandfather Mr. Larry Lipson
and his maternal great-grand-
mother Dora Freed.
Aug. 9 — Mr. and Mrs. John
Reyna (Maureen Phillips) are
proud to announce the birth of
their son, Jason Andrew. The
excited grandparents are Harold
and Marlene Phillips of Oak
Park and Art and Lupe Reyna,
Sr. of Westland. Great-grand-
mothers are Celia Kroll of Oak
Park and Marion Phillips of
California. Jason is named in
loving memory of his great-
grandmother Cheryl Cohen and
great-aunt Ann Feldman.

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their new son, Yeshiah Shlomo,
brother to Raphael Eliyahu.
Proud grandparents are Arthur
and Josephine Prog of West
Bloomfield and Jack and Nelly
Tawil of Milwaukee, Wis. The
baby is named in loving memory
of his maternal grandfather Mr.
Samuel Levin and his maternal
uncle Mr. Seymour Prog.

Aug. 7 — Robin and Lori

(Kanat) Edelson of West Bloom-
field joyfully announce the birth
of their son, Alexander Samuel,
brother to Gabriel Joseph. Ex-
cited grandparents are Mrs.
Nora Stone, Dr. Irvin Kanat and
Dr. and Mrs. William Edelson.
Alexander is named in loving
memory of his paternal grand-
parents Mr. Harry and Sophie
Edelson. Joyous great-grand-
mothers are Mrs. Beatrice
Newmark, Mrs. Netts Sucher
and Mrs. Helen Kanat.

Aug. 5 — Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Dines (Resa Weingarten) of Oak
Park proudly announce the
birth of their daughter, Wendi
Rachel, sister to Marshall Sher-
win. Elated grandparents are
David and Sadie Novak, Sara
Eisenstadt and Esther Dines.
Wendi Rachel is named in lov-
ing memory of her great-great-
aunt and cousin.
July 23 — Irwin S. and Fern
Cohen (Fern Mendelson) of West
Bloomfield are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
David Michael, brother to Marci
Sarah and Lori Ellen. Proud
grandparents are Ann Cohen of
Huntington Woods, Dora Men-
delson of Oak Park and Abe
Mendelson of Royal Oak. David
is named in memory of his mat-
ernal great-grandfather Mr.
David Fine and his paternal
great-grandmother Mary
Goldberg.

SINGLES

HOLIDAY FOR SINGLES will
have live entertainment at its
next party slated for 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at Sassy's in the Holiday
Inn of Southfield. Singles age 21
and up are invited. Dancing and
prizes will highlight the evening.
There is an admission fee.

B'NAI B'RITH SINGLES will
have an indoor picnic with kosher
hot dogs and all the trimmings on
Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. at the B'nai B'rith
Building, 25835 Southfield,
Southfield. There will be a guest
speaker and a nominal charge.
Call Shirley Gendler, 546-6521,
or Nancy Miller, 353-0190, or
Lore Cohn, 356-3251, for informa-
tion.

Co-ed softball is played at 10:30
a.m. Sundays at Brace-Lederle
Field, Southfield.
Chai Singles Ski Club of CNJS
will go to the Bald Mountain Rec-
reation Area and state park trails
Sept. 22 for a hike and horseback
riding. The group will meet at
9:45 a.m. that day at the main
Jewish Community Center.
There is a fee, and participants
must bring bag lunches. The trip
is coordinated by Barbara
Steiner. Paid reservations are due
by Sept. 18.

Former Envoy
Now At TAU

SINGLES 2 will hear a talk on

"People Connecting in the '80s" at
8 p.m: Thursday at the main
Jewish Community Center. Sing-
les age 40-55 are invited. There is
an admission fee. For informa-
tion, call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 219.

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES'

Peddlers Bicycle Club will have a
bicycle tour Sept. 8, leaving from
the Southfield Library at 3:30
p.m. to carpool to Belle Isle.
Hines Park will be the scene of
the group's next tour slated for
Sept. 29, leaving at 4 p.m. from
the Southfield Library. For in-
formation, call Chairman Larry
Rosenberg, 471-2695.
CNJS will have a "Break the
Fast Dance" at 9 p.m. Sept. 25 at
the main Jewish Center. There
will be musiclind food. There is an
admission charge.
The CNJS Dinner Club will go
to the Blue Nile Restaurant at 7
p.m. Sept. 30. Cost of the evening
includes parking, meal, tax and

tip. Paid reservations are due by
Sept. 26 and should be mailed to
Community Network Dinner
Club, 6600 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield 48033. Organizer is
Peter Ostrow.

Samuel Lewis

New York — Former United
States Ambassador to Israel
Samuel Lewis has been ap-
pointed Senior Dayan Fellow at
Tel Aviv University for the
1985-1986 academic year.
According to TAU President
Moshe Many, Lewis will spend
four months at the school's
Dayan Center for . Middle East-
ern and African Studies lectur-
ing on the political and military

history of the Middle East.
Lewis served as the American
envoy to Israel for eight years,
stepping down from the post in
1984

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