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March 20, 1987 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-20

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Friday, March 20, 1987

Here's some
that will last you
a lifetime.

The Association for
Retarded Citizens wants
to make sure that if you
plan to have children,
they turn out to be
happy, healthy children.
So we suggest you
follow four basic rules
before you conceive a
1. Follow habits of
proper nutrition.
2. Avoid alcohol and
3. Beware of too much
exposure to X-rays.
4. Ask your doctor
about genetic
counseling if mental
retardation of
unknown cause has
occurred in your
For more good advice,
call or write your local
unit of ARC, the
Association for Retarded

Jewish Association for
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MARCH 10 — Howard and
Susan (Simon) Berkowitz of
Southfield happily announce
the birth of their daughter,
Lisa Pearl, sister to Aaron
Nathan. Proud grandparents
are Arthur and Edna Simon
of Southfield and Sophie Ber-
kowitz of Oak Park and Fred
Berkowitz of Southfield. Lisa
Pearl is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Pearl
"Pepi" Simon.

MARCH 9 — Dr. and Mrs.
Martin L. Gross (Suzanne
Horwitz) of Farmington Hills
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Molly Rachel,
sister to Ian Lawrence. Proud
grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Jerome P. Horwitz of
Southfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Gross of Oak Park.
Molly Rachel is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Minnie
Newman and her maternal
great-great-aunt, Rose Cohen.
MARCH 8 — Joe and Nancy
(Selik) Gorman of Oak Park
are thrilled to announce the
birth of their son, Michael
Lawrence. Proud
grandparents are Rose and
Burt Selik, former Detroiters
of North Miami Beach, Fla.,
and Charlotte and Seymour
Gorman of Oak Park. Great-
grandmother is Regina Berg
of North Miami Beach.
Michael is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-uncle, Manny and his
paternal grandmother, Libby.

MARCH 7 — Dr. Allen and
Arleen (Kohn) Platt of Oak
Park are thrilled to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Danielle Rebecca. Proud
grandparents are Phyllis and
Alan Kohn of Southfield and
Michelle and Harold Platt of
Oak Park. Great-
grandparents are Fritzie and
Jerry Kohn of West Palm
Beach, Fla. Danielle Rebecca
is named in loving memory of
her maternal great-
grandmother, Reva Bussell.

MARCH 4 — Stewart and
Sandy (Levine) Shipper of
West Bloomfield are happy to
announce the birth of their
son, Benjamin Isaac. Proud
grandparents are Janet and
Irving Levine of Farmington
Hills and Betty and Earl
Shipper of Southfield. Benja-
min's Hebrew names are in
honor of his paternal great-
grandfather, Louis Hober-
man, and maternal great-
grandfather, Sam Levine.

Harold and Vera Stern of
Southfield. Jenifer Lauren is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-
grandfather, Joseph Siegal,
and her maternal great-
grandmother, Lillian Siegal.

FEB. 20 — Dr. Michael and

Lynn (Gaberman) Seidman of
Farmington Hills are elated
to announce the birth of their
first son, Jake Evan. Proud
grandparents are Mel and
Rita Seidman and Bob and
Bobbie Gaberman. Thrilled
great-grandparents are Jen-
nie Malamud and Louis and
Bella Seidman. Jake is
named in loving memory of
his paternal great-
grandfather Jack Malamud
and his maternal great-
grandmother Eve Gaberman.

FEB. 17 — Robert and

Kathy (Fischer) Garelik of
Farmington Hills are proud
to announce the birth of their
son, Steven Andrew, brother
to Evan Laurence. Delighted
grandparents are Harold and
Florence Fischer and Kathy
Chernoff. Great-grandparents
are Morris and Elizabeth


.FEB. 17 — Mr. and Mrs.

Brian Krasner (Sharon
Leopold) of Springfield, Ill.,
announce the birth of their
son, Tzvi Zalman.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald L. Leopold of
Oak Park and Mr. and Mrs.
Simon D. Krasner of Hun-
tington Woods. Great-
grandmother is Mrs. Anna
Leopold of Oak Park.

FEB. 10 — Gregory and

Roberta (Randel) Mattson of
Farmington Hills happily
announce the birth of their
first child, Jason Randel.
Proud grandparents are
Adele Randel of Southfield,
Samuel Randel of Royal Oak
and Sharon Mattson of
Livonia. Jason is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal great-great-grandmother,
Bessie Baron.

Temple To Have
Las Vegas Night

eighth annual Las Vegas
Night will be held, 8 p.m.
March 28, at the temple.
There is an admission
charge, but the first 50 arri-
vals will be admitted free.
There is a cash bar, and
other refreshments will be

MARCH 1 — David and

Michele (Siegal) Colburn of
West Bloomfield are de-
lighted to announce the birth
of their daughter, Jenifer
Lauren, sister to Erica Beth.
Proud grandparents are Ben-
jamin and Ethel Siegal of
West Bloomfield and Sher-
wood and Sharron Colburn of
Farmington Hills. Proud

Expectant Parent
Series Offered

The Oakland County
Health Division will offer a
series of six expectant parent
classes, beginning 7 p.m.,
April 1, in the Southfield
office of the health division,

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