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November 14, 1986 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-14

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MOHELim of Detroit

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

NOV. 5 — Dr. Larry and
Susan (Feig) Adler of South-
field proudly announce the
birth of their son, Evan Jay.
Excited big sister is
Stephanie Michele. Thrilled
grandparents are Maxine and
Leon Feig and Elana and
Sandor Adler, all of West
Bloomfield. Great-
grandparents are Sylvia and
Israel Abramovitz of Flush-
ing, N.Y. Evan Jay is named
in loving memory of his mat-
ernal great-grandfather,
Joseph Zbick, and his pater-
nal great-uncle, Joseph
NOV. 1
Mr. and Mrs.
Greg Mazzy (Terri Diamond)
of Los Angeles, Calif. are
thrilled to announce the ' birth
of their son, Griffin Gabriel,
brother to Kyle Daniel.
Happy grandparents are Bert
and Rena Diamond, former
Detroiters of Los Angeles,
and Richard and Sydelle
Lasker, also of Los Angeles.
The very happy great-
grandparents are Bertha and
Emil Spilman of West Bloom-
field and Pearl Diamond of
Los Angeles. Griffin Gabriel
is the great-great-grandson of
the late Mr. Daniel Temchin.
OCT. 31
Dr. and Mrs.
Peter (Deborah Abrams)
Aronson of Bloomfield Town-
ship are happy to announce
the birth of .their daughter,
Justine Claire. Proud
grandparents are Mrs. Joe
(Tillie) Abrams of Sarasota,
Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
(Jeanne) Aronson of Chicago,
Ill. Great-grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan (Vir-
ginia) Bederman of Highland
Park, Ill. Justine is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal grandfather Joe Abrams
and paternal great-great-
grandmother Clara Beder-
OCT. 31
Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Berlow (Diane Daien),
former Detroiters of Framin-
gham, Mass., announce the
birth of a daughter, Jessica
OCT. 24
Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Wechsler (Karen
Nosanchuk) are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their son
David Robert, brother to Amy
Sue. Happy grandparents are
Carolyn and William Nosan-
chuk of Southfield and Doris
and Henry Wechsler of
Miami Beach, Fla. Proud
great-grandmother is Pearl
Nosanchuk of Southfield.
David is named in loving
memory of his paternal aunt,
Ruth Graubard.

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games — including a room-sized
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we also provide a planned
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rsity. trained 4:1

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Orchard Lake and Maple Roads,
Next to the Shopping Center Market.
Call 851-3380 for more information.

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Friday, November 14, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS


or daughte
weeks to 12 years o
to have every opportunity
for emotional and intelledua
growth in an affectionate,
nurturing day care setting, come
to The Playground. It's more than
mere child's play.

Schostak of Jerusalem, Israel,
a daughter, Leora, sister to
Naama and Talya.
Grandparents are Jerome
Schostak, Mrs. Asher Tilchin
and Mrs. Berta Bruckner.
Great-grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Shulman,
Mrs. Louis Schostak and Mrs._
Rachel Besserman.
Barry and Debby
OCT. 19
(Rifkin) Rosen of Farmington
Hills are happy to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Shari Rachel. Proud
grandparents are Rita and
Ellis Rifkin of Southfield and
Eleanor and Marvin Rosen of
West Bloomfield. Proud
great-grandparents are Lil-
lian and Maurice Rifkin of
Pompano Beach, Fla., Evelyn
Weiss of Southfield and Doris
Rosen of Southfield. Shari
Rachel is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmother Sonia
OCT. 18 •
Rick and Julie
Zussman of Huntington
Woods joyfully welcome
David Klein, baby brother to
Adam Paul. Happy
grandparents are Milton and
Lois Zussman of Bloomfield
Hills and Richard Hibbs and
Mary Hibbs of Des Moines,
Iowa. David is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
great-grandparents, Irvin and
Peggy Klein.
OCT. 10
Cantor Earl and
Ilana Berris, formerly of
Farmington Hills, now resid-
ing in Overland Park, Kan.,
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter, Do-
ron. Delighted grandparents
are Gedalya and Batya
Monka of Kfar Saba, Israel,
and Bess Berris of Southfield.

Sheldon and Be-
OCT. 22
verly (Band) Scharg of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Gabriel Joseph. Proud
brothers are Jordan and
Brett. Delighted
grandparents are Helen and
Sam Braverman and Hyman
OCT. 20
Born to Richard
(former Detroiter) and Dorit

Poster Contest
Prizes Listed

A grand prize of $250 will
be awarded for best of show,
and $50 U.S. Savings Bonds
will be presented to first-
place winners in four age
categories in the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation/Jewish News
children's poster contest.
"We Are One ... Partners
for Life: What Our Jewish
Community Means to Me" is
the theme of the contest,
being sponsored in celebra-
tion of Federation's 60th an-
All children age 5 to 18 are
eligible to participate in the
competition and will have
until Dec. 15 to submit their
entries. Posters will be on
display at the United Hebrew
Schools until winners are an-
nounced at Federation's
Super Sunday telethon on
Feb. 1. Winners also will ap-
pear in The Jewish News.
Volunteers have presented
contest details and entry in-
formation to students in

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