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November 21, 1986 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-21

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vidualized instruction is now available so you can
improve your score.

Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.

Also tutoring in all subjects (your home)

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Call 354-6060


MM. Transfers to
Aid From Mookoltanor


,..11.11.11.F. 'TRAVEL


pt Itour..t.Wiel agent.•

Specializing In
Ladies Regular and
Full Figure Fashions

just for kids

We've Brought Europe

Hunters Square Mall
31205 Orchard Lake Rd.
at 14 Mile

32875 Northwestern Hwy.

Just south of 14 Mile
in Tiffany Plaza



Phone: 737-KIDS

Whether you're at work or play...your
children can have fun at MY PLACE, a
Social Club (just for kids)TM

• Quality hourly drop-in child • Exciting games, toys and
care - "where kids can have computers for school age
children as well as preschoolers.
• A social club designed with • FREE BEEPER provided - so
you're only a phone call away.
children 2 months-12 years
in mind.

Also visit our Birmingham location

3610 W. Maple (at Lahser)
Next to A & P 540-5702

M-Th 8 am-10 pm
Fri. 8 am-1 am
Sat. 9 am-1 am
Sun. 12-8 pm

The Finest
is at




if you want your son
or daughter — from 2
weeks to 12 years old
— to have every opportunity
for emotional and intellectual
growth in an affectionate,
nurturing day care setting, come
to The Playground, ifs more than
mere child's play.

Full Time and Hourly Child Care


F . r . ideai; OVe'niber'

In the Orchard Mall,
Orchard Lake and Maple Roads,
Next to the Shopping Center Market.
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NM 7
Dennis (former
Souththeld resident) and Lois
Weiss are, proud to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Amanda Ruth, sister to
Samantha Rose. Proud
grandparents are Murray and
Florence Weiss of Tucson,
Ariz., and William and Ruth
Robinson of LaPuente, Calif.
Amanda is named in memory
of her paternal aunt Ruth
NOV. 4
Bruce and Andrea
(Stone) Katz of West Bloom-
field are thrilled to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Carly Ilyse, sister to Emily
Beth. Proud grandparents are
Lahore and Sol P. Stone of
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and
Bernice and Donald J. Katz
of West Bloomfield. Proud
great-grandmothers are Tillie
Kay and Sarah Katz. Carly
Ilyse is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-uncle, Kelly Levitt and
her paternal great-grand-
father, Izidor Katz.

OCT. 27
Jared and Rose
(Cohn) Cohen of Southfield
are delighted to announce the
birth of their daughter, Jes-
sica Chanee Bryna, sister to
Elyse Gabriella. Loving
grandparents are Morris and
Irene Cohn and Dr. Leonard
and Sheila Cohen. Jessica
(Hadassah Gittle) is named
in loving memory of her pat-
ernal great-grandmother,
Hadassah Cohen and mater-
nal great-aunt, Gittle Zweig.
OCT. 26
Dr. and Mrs.
Zucel Solc (Helaine
Shatanoff), former Detroiters
of Clearwater, Fla., are
happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Aliza
Gayle, sister to Arielle Lisa.
Proud grandparents are
JoAnn and Bruce Shatanoff
of West Bloomfield and Betka
Solc of Lima, Peru. Great-
grandmother is Mildred
Satovsky of Southfield. Aliza
is named in memory of her
paternal grandfather, Mr.
Labe Solc, and great-great-
aunt, Gussie Goldberg.

NOV. 4
Dr. Jeffrey and
Robin (Hutton) Danto of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Michael Scott, brother to
Sandy Lawrence. Proud
grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Bruce Danto of Fuller-
ton, Calif. Michael Scott is
also the grandson of the late
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Hutton.
Happy great-grandmothers
are Sylvia Danto aria
Dorothy Fried, both c
Laguna Hills, Calif. Michael
Scott is named in memory of
his maternal grandfather
Morris Hutton, his paternal
great-grandfather, Samuel
(Bud) Danto and his mater-
nal uncle, Stanton Hutton.

West Bloomfield

30858 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills, Ml

If you've been looking for a day care center
that's better for your children, try The
Playground. Sure, we have fun and
games — including a room-sized
PLAYPORT' active play center. But
we also provide a planned
learning curriculum designed by
university-trained day care
specialists. And we.offer such
educational aids as
computers, a complete
library of children's
literature, and our
own theater where
education and enter-
tainment are one.




American Heart


MOHELim of Detroit

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

Terry Novetsky
(formerly of Southfield) and
Gail Novetsky (Gail Holler,
formerly of Brooklyn, N.Y.) of
Teaneck, N.J., are happy to
announce the birth of their
first child, a son, Yosef
Stimuel (Joseph Samuel).
Proud grandparents are Mor-
rie and Phyllis Novetsky of
Southfield and Norbert and
Esther Holler of Brooklyn.
Great-grandmother is Ruth
Moakovitz of Hallandale, Fla.

OCT. 20

Philip and Bonnie
(Noble) Silberman of Santa
Barbara, Calif., formerly of
Southfield, are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Rebecca Ariel.
Grandparents are Eunice and
Jerry Swaab of Farmington
Hills, Bob and Sandy Noble
of Oak Park, Betty and
Harry Silberman of Coral
Springs, Fla. Great grand-
parents are Rose and Harry
Michelson of Southfield and
Bertha Silberman of Sunrise,
Fla. Rebecca Ariel is named
in memory of her maternal
great-great-grandmother, Re-
becca Rudsky, her paternal
great-grandmother, Regina
Birbaum and her paternal
great-aunt, Pearl Joseph.

NOV. 3

Exercis e
regularly .

OCT. 23
Dr. Jerome and
Annette Finkel of Southfield
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Lindsay Erin. Grandparents
are Leila and John Cassatt of
Southfield, Beverly Finkel of
West Bloomfield and
Seymour Finkel of Far-
mington Hills. Great-grand-
parents are Grace Finkel and
Yetta Moss of Southfield,
Mrs. Susan Cassatt and Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Zimmer-
man of Huntington, Pa.

OCT. 31
Jack and Shani
(Abrams) Simkovitz of Tekoa,
Israel, joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter,
Nachama Helen, sister to
Malka Dovrot and Adina
Gilat. Grandparents are Lou
Abrams of Rehovot, Israel,
and Elsie and Wilbert Sim-
kovitz of Oak Park. Great-
grandmother is Hanna Hess
of Oak Park. Nachama is
named in loving memory of
her maternal grandmother
"Nachama Abrams and pater

OCT. 19
Mr. and Mrs.
James Hopkins (Barbara
Yanitz), former Detroiters of
La Mesa, Calif., proudly an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Grant Martin. The overjoyed
grandparents are Eleanor
and Myron Yanitz of South-
field and Doreen and Martin
Hopkins of Warren. The very
happy great-grandmothers
are Rose Blau and Jennie
Yanitz. Grant is named in
loving memory of his great-
uncle Mr. Charles (Chaskel)

Robert and Ellen
(Katzman) Corman of Moun-
tain View, Calif., are happy
to announce the birth of their
daughter, Rebecca
Shoshanah. Proud grand-
parents are Manuel and
Marilyn Katzman of Oak
Park and David and Sandy
Corman of Sunnyvale,
Loving .great-grandparents
are Sarah Prince of Oak liark
j of
and Be'ssie
Windsor, Ont.

OCT. 19


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