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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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Friday, December 12, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BIRTHS

NOV. 29 — Keith and Karen
Rosen of Farmington Hills
are proud to announce the
birth of their son, David
Michael, brother to Stephanie
Lauren. Thrilled grand-
parents are Marvin and
Eleanor Rosen of West
Bloomfield and Rose Bellish
of Richardson, Tex. Delighted
great-grandmothers are Doris
Rosen and Evelyn Weiss,
both of Southfield. David also
is the grandson of the late
Mr. Stanley Bellish. David
Michael is named in loving
memory of his great-grand-
fathers, David Rosen and
Milton Weiss.
NOV. 27 — Dr. Michael and
Kathy (Snyder) Laffer of
Birmingham are proud to
announce the birth of their
son, Matthew Snyder. Proud
grandparents are Allan and
Virginia Laffer of Singer Is-
land, Fla. and Norman and
Judith Snyder of Southfield.
NOV. 24 — Jeffrey and Mar-
cia (Prouse) Edelstein of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their first
child, daughter Carly
Marissa. Proud grandparents
are Sandra and Ivan Edels-
tein of Livonia and Carolyn
and Bruce Prouse of Simi
Valley, Calif. Happy great-
grandparents are Renee
Edelstein of Birmingham, Joe
and Minnie Blitstein of To-
ronto and Alice Prouse of
Thousand Oaks, Calif. Carly
Marissa is named in loving
memory of her paternal
great-grandfather Charles
Edelstein and maternal
great-grandfather Morris
Prouse.
NOV. 23 — Irving and
Pamela Elken (Weiss) of
Southfield are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Lindsey Nicole, sis-
ter to Brett Michael. Proud
grandparents are Jean and
Milton Weiss and Rita and
Morris Elken, all of Oak
Park. Great-grandmother is
Hannah Hess of Oak Park.
• Lindsey is named in loving
memory of her maternal-
great-grandfather, Nathan
Cohen and her paternal
great-grandmother, Frieda
Elken.
NOV. 21 — Former De-
troiters Mark and Susan
Garber Goldberg of Howell,
N.J., are filled with joy in
announcing the arrival of
Alexander Frederick Garber
Goldberg, brother to Jessica.
Proud grandparents are
Sandra Garber of Southfield
and Benjamin and Judy
Goldberg of London, Ont.
Great-grandparents are Louis
Garber of Margate, Fla., and
Abe and Ruth Goldberg of
Saint John, New Brunswick.
Alex is named in loving
memory of his maternal
grandfather Dr. Fred Garber
and great grandfather Albert
Stone.
NOV. 20 — Dr. David and
Marci Beneson of Oak Park
announce the birth of their

daughter, Jeana Lynn, sister
to Aubrey.

NOV. 20 — Lisa Metzger and
Steven Leibovitz (formerly of
Oak Park) of Carmichael,
Calif., joyfully welcome their
daughter, Shoshana Cele.
Happy grandparents are
Elayne and Joseph Metzger
of Farmington Hills, Ruth
Leibovitz of Sacramento,
Calif., and Paul and Tobi
Leibovitz of Boca Raton, Fla.
Shoshana Cele, is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal grandmother, Sarah
Friedman and maternal
grandmother, Celia Drapkin.

NOV. 16 — Dr. Michael and
Melinda (Friedman) Snyder
of Southfield are happy to
announce the birth of their
son, David Benjamin. Proud
grandparents are Bess and
Henry Friedman of Oak Park
and Winnie and Joe Snyder
of Southfield. Excited great-
grandmothers are Rubye
Schreiber of Oak Park and
Betty Snyder of Detroit.
David Benjamin is named in
memory of his maternal
great-grandfather, Beresh
Friedman, and his paternal
great-grandfather, Harry
Snyder.

NOV. 4 — Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Buch (Cindy Bebes)
of Farmington Hills are
happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Lisa
Danielle, sister to Renee
Elizabeth. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bebes of
Detroit and Mrs. Mildred
Buch of Sunrise, Fla., and the
late Mr. Morris Buch. Lisa is
named in memory of her pat-
ernal great-grandmother, Be-
rtha Jacobs.

NOV. 3 — Mark and Karen
Rupert of Longmont, Colo.,
announce the birth of their
daughter, Mallory Rose
Rupert. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Shulevitz
of Portland, Ore., and Mr.
and Mrs. Dean Rupert of
Longmont. Great-grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Kaplan of Palm Be-
ach, Fla., Norman Shulevitz
of Detroit, Mrs. Edith Malth-
aner of Longmont and Mrs. ,
Ruth Rupert of Saltillo, Pa.



Corrections

The b'not mitzvah notice
for Rachel Lena Grey and
Dana Nicole Miller appear-
ing in the Nov. 28 edition of
The Jewish News was in er-
ror. It should have read that
Rachel is the sister of Emily
and Jeffrey and that Dana's
grandparents are Lena and
Moe Miller and Bess .and
Irving Tyner and that her
brothers are Eric and Craig.
The Jewish News regrets
the error.

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