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January 30, 1987 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-30

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Michaelyn Silverman



Today, thanks partly to
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For decades, the
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JAN. 17 — Mark and Susan
(Moskowitz) Goldhaber of
Potomac, Md., are delighted to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Rachel Sara. Happy
grandparents are David and
May Moskowitz of Southfield
and Samuel and Alice Gol-
dhaber* of Joliet, Ill. Rachel
Sara is named in loving mem-
ory of her maternal great-
grandmother, Celia Kaplan.
JAN. 15 — Rabbi Marc Boone
Fitzerman and Alice M. Blue of
Tulsa, Okla. (formerly of Oak
Park and Chicago, Ill. respec-
tively) proudly announce the
birth of their daughter, Nina
Rebecca, sister of Micah Nat-
hanial. Grandparents are
Daniel and Rose Blue of
Chicago and Bill and Ethel
Fitzerman of Oak Park. Nina
Rebecca is named in loving
memory of her great-
grandmother, Rebecca Boone.
JAN. 14 — David and Shari
Klein (Shari Penfil) of Oak
Park are very happy to an-
nounce the birth of their third
son, Yosef Chanoch, brother to
Noach Chaim and Yonah Mor-
dechai. Proud grandparents
are Joan and Jerry Penfil of
Oak Park, Jacqueline Klein of
Beverly Hills, Calif., and
Robert Klein of Newport Be-
ach, Calif. Thrilled great-
grandparents are Mary Books-
tein of Oak Park and Mr. and
Mrs. David Penfil of Pembroke
Pines, Fla. Yosef Chanoch is
named in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather,
Yosef Chanoch Smolinsky.

Fayga Greenbaum of South-
field and Allen and Sharon
Lieblich of Massapequa Park,
N.Y. Great-grandmothers are
Mae Berris and Nettie Green-
baum, both of Southfield.
JAN. 7 — Dr. Steven and Sha-
ron (Ross) Matlen of Far-
mington Hills are thrilled to
announce the birth of their
first child, Lisa Brittany.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Matlen of
Southfield and Theodore (Ted)
Ross of Skokie, Ill., formerly of
Detroit. Proud great-
grandmother is Mrs. Sarah
Glasman of Richmond, Va.,
formerly of Detroit. Lisa Brit-
tany is named in loving mem-
ory of her maternal
grandmother, Betty Ross.

JAN. 12 — David and Lori

A film and orientation meet-
ing on the ZOA-Masada Sum-
mer in Israel program will be
held 2 p.m. Sunday, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B.J.
Cooper, 21150 Glenmorra
Drive, Southfield. Israel
Laner, Israeli Shaliach for
Masada, will be on hand to de-
scribe the programs and an-
swer questions from parents
and applicants. For informa-
tion phone the OZA, 569-1515.

(Roberts) Liner of Farmington
Hills are pleased to announce
the birth of their son, Daniel
Seth, brother to Michael Ariel.
Proud grandparents are Char-
lotte and Myron Liner of Far-
raington Hills and Dorothy and
Barney Roberts of Southfield.
Pleased great-grandmother is
Eva Bernstein of Oak Park.
Daniel Seth is named in mem-
ory of his maternal great-aunt,
Doris Gelman, his maternal
great-grandmother, Sophie
Ruben, and his paternal
great-great aunt, Sadie
Camenker. His Hebrew name,
Itzchak, is in memory of his
paternal great-grandparents,
Ida and Irving Davis.
JAN. 7 — Ken and Dena Lieb-
lich (former Detroiter Dena
Greenbaum) of Forest Hills,
N.Y., joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Binyamin
Eliyahu (Benjamin E.). Happy
grandparents are David and

DEC. 30 — Harry and Lauren

(Boyer) Neuman of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their first
child, a daughter, Marissa
Shaindel. Proud grandparents
are Richard and Jan Boyer of
Rochester Hills and Sidney
and Rose Neuman of West
Bloomfield. Proud great-
grandparents are Sonia Reznik
of Southfield and Avram and
Helen Neuman of Chicago.
Marissa Shaindel is named in
loving memory of her maternal
great-grandfather, Marcus
Kornstein and her paternal
great-great-aunt Shendel Tak-

Masada to Hold
Orientation Session

Business Ethics

Subject of Talk

CHAT - Chabad Adult Insti-
tute will have its next lecture,
8 p.m. Sunday, in the home of
Marty and Dale Goodman,
2340 Walnut Lake, West
Bloomfield, 626-6985. Rabbi
Elimelech Silberberg will
speak on "Jewish Business
Ethics". A social hour will fol-
low the lecture.

New Deadline For Births

The new deadline for birth announcements is 10 a.m. Tues-
day for the same week's issue of The Jewish News, effective
immediately. Birth announcements must be typed, double-
spaced and include a name and day phone number of a contact
person. They may be mailed or hand delivered to The Jewish
News, 20300 Civic Center Dr., Suite 240, Southfield, 48076.

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