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September 19, 1986 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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citing - Educational - Experiences in Judaism await you.
We are sincere about wanting you to affiliate with our
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If you will call me today, I will be glad to talk to you.
Phone 557-8210 and ask for Nick Gonte, 1st Vice
President. We will be glad to include you in our warm
synagogue family.

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AY Pi Ar,:ir

Jeffrey Meyers
SEPT. 12
and Jody Kommel of Grosse
Pointe happily announce the
birth of thier son, Scott Kom-
mel Meyers. Delighted
grandparents are Eve and Dick
Kommel of Huntington Woods
and Nancy and Carl Meyers of
Dearborn. Proud great-
grandmothers are Mrs. Paul
Corby of Southfield and Mrs.
Carl H. Meyers of Dearborn.
Michael and
SEPT. 10
Janet (Altschul) Mnich of
Northville announce the birth
of their son, Steven Joseph,
brother to Jeffrey Michael. The
proud grandparents are Jerry
and Rivian Altschul of
Scottsdale, Ariz., and Joe and
Irene Mnich of Livonia. The
very happy great-grandmother
is Gertrude Shure of Livonia.

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MOHELim of Detroit

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
Cantor S. Greenbaum
Reb. Hersh) Roth
Cantor Sidney Rube
Rabbi S. Zachariash


Gordie and Cindy
(Shepard) Krainen of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Sarah Danielle. Ecs-
tatic grandparents are Fred
and Marilyn Krainen of South-
field and Sam and Dorothy
Shepard of West Bloomfield.
Sarah Danielle is named in
loving memory of her maternal
and paternal great-
grandmothers, Sarah Rotman
and Ida Goodman.
Hannan and Lisa
(Mark) Lis of Huntington
Woods are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their first
child, a daughter, Ariella Sara.
Proud grandparents, are Mrs.
Florine Mark-Ross and Dr.
William Ross of Farmington
Hills and Yosef and Esther Lis
of Haifa, Israel. Proud great-
grandparents are Stanley and
Ruthie Tucker of Southfield.
Sheldon and Mar-
AUG. 30
lene (Engel) Urnovitz of Oak
Park are excited to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Haley Nicole. Big brother is
Jordan Matthew. Proud
grandparents are Blanche
Engel of Oak Park, Marvin
Engel of Southfield and An-
nette Urnovitz of Southfield.
Great-grandmother is Rae Ur-
novitz of Oak Park. Haley is
named in loving memory of her
maternal great-grandmother
Chaye Fayga (Fanny)


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purchase of another meal of equal or greater value. And, we'll provide
two hours of care for your children (limit 3 children per family) —
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Ifs our way of introducing you to The Playground, one of Michigan's
premier child care centers. The Playground is staffed with university-
trained Early Childhood Development professionals. We provide
quality hourly and daily child care in a stimulating and nurturing
environment. Kids love it!
Take advantage of this terrific offer. Next time you want an evening
out, give the kids an evening out, too. At The Playground! Offer expires
September 30, 1986.


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Friday, September 19, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AUG. 30
Dan and Lisa
(Lieberman) Mendelson of
Chicago, Ill., are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
An Micah. Grandparents are
David and Rene Lieberman of
West Bloomfield and Albert
Mendelson of Skokie, Ill.
Great-grandfather is Max
Blum of Farmington Hills and
great-grandmother is Ethel
Mendelson of Evanston, Ill.
AUG. 27
David and Susan
(Koteras) Prohow of Oak Park
are thrilled to announce the
birth of their first child, Katie
Nichole. Proud grandparents
are Lawrence and Natalie
Katkowsky of Detroit, Ted
Prohow of West Bloomfield and
Ray and Leuetta Koteras of
Farmington Hills. Proud
great-grandparents are Ab-

raham and Shirley Singer ofd
Great-great- `
grandmother is Esther Singer
of Rockville, Md.

AUG. 27 Joseph and Debbie
(Morof) Silver of Southfield
announce with much joy and c
delight the birth of their first
child, a son, David Benjamin. --\
Proud grandparents are Jack
and Joyce Morof of Farmington
Hills and jubilant first-time
grandparents are David and
Esther Silver of Detroit.
Great-grandmother is ,Anna
Morof of Oak Park. David is_<
named in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandfathers
Mr. David Morof and Mr. Bar-
ney Lachman, and in honor of
his paternal grandfather
David Silver.
Steven and Karon
AUG. 26
(Kotzen) Blair of Oak Park are\
thrilled to announce the birth
of their daughter, Stephanie (
Rachael, sister to Danielle
Beth. Delighted grandparents
are Alan and Selma Kotzen of
Southfield and Karl and Paula
Blair of Southfield. Proud,
great-grandpatents are Lillian'
Lichtenstein of Oak Park, Lil-
lian Berman of Ohio and Hen- (
rietta and Joseph Vogel of
Florida. Stephanie Rachel is
named in loving memory of her
maternal great-aunt Aida
Schneider and her paternal
cousin Mr. Sidney Blair.


Former Detroiter
AUG. 21
Michael Schwarzburg and
Fayanne Schwarzberg of
North Miami Beach, Fla., joy- .<
fully announce the birth of
their daughter, Rebecca Elyse.
Proud grandparents are Simon
and Tillie Schwarzberg of
Southfield, Rabbi Max and
Rhoda Lipschitz of North (
Miami Beach and Mrs. Miriam
Lipschitz of Oak Park. Rebecca <
Elyse is named in loving mem-
grandmother, Evelyn Ruth
Roy and Robin
AUG. 19
(Samuels) Rosen of West
Bloomfield are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Katie Marie. The de-
lighted grandparents are
Adele and Harold Samuels of
Southfield and Evelyn and
Fred Rosen of West Bloomfield.
Joyful great-grandmothr is
Anna Gitlin of Southfield.
Katie Marie is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandfather Mr. Koppel
Gitlin and her paternal great-`=\
grandmother Mary Eisman.
Jim and Pam
AUG. 16
Levin of Laguna Beach, Calif.,
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter, Jillian
Emily, sister to Jessica.
Grandparents are Reubin and(
Annette Levin of Huntington
Woods and Betty Raths of
Jerrold and
AUG. 15
Andrea (Feig) Weinberg of
West Bloomfield are delighted
to announce the birth of their
Pamela Beth, sister
to Justin Scott. Thrilled
grandparents are Leon and

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