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April 17, 1987 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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WOODEN PLAY STRUCTURES

YOUR CHILD WILL GAIN ONE FULL
GRADE LEVEL IN JUST 36 HOURS.
CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION
ABOUT YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE.
SYLVAN LEARNING CENTER 737 2880

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AFFORDABLE BALLOON BOUQUETS

Marion Wolfe of Southfield,
and Martin and Mimi Koslow
of Lauderhill, Fla. Great-
grandparents are Garie H.
Wolfe, also of Southfield.
Sidney and Yetta Koslow of
Margate, Fla., and Rica Al-
tarac of North Miami, Fla.
Jeremy Michael is named in
loving memory after his mat-
ernal great-grandfater, Ar-
thur Kent, and his maternal
great-grandmother, Marilyn
Wolfe.
FEB. 4 — Scott and Debra
Silver of Beverly Hills are
very proud to announce the
birth of their son, Eric
Matthew. The baby has a
brother, Randall Nathan.
Happy grandparents are Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Silver of
Bloomfield Hills and Florence
Holzman of Milwaukee, Wis.
Eric Matthew also is the
grandson of the late Robert
Silver. Proud great-
grandparents are Yetta
Shier, Ethel Silver and
Frieda Harris. He also is the
great-grandson of the late
Edward Harris. Eric Matthew
is named in memory of his
great-grandfathers Frank
Silver and Morris Holzman.
JAN. 26 — Dr. Robert S. and
Betsy Gamburd, former
Southfield residents of Menlo
Park, Calif., announce the
birth of their daughter, Joce-
lyn Olivia. Proud
grandparents are Benjamin
B. and Helen Gamburd of
F armington Hills.
— Dr. Jeffrey and Lisa (Per-
shin) Zeldes of West Bloom-
field are thrilled to announce
the birth of their son, Jason
Noah, brother to Daniel
Aaron. Delighted
grandparents are Herb and
Delores Levin of West Bloom-
field and Len and Lois Per-
shin of Oak Park. Jason is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-
grandfather, Julius Gendel.

Summer Activities
In Oak Park

All eight and nine-year-old
boys and seven, eight and
nine-year-old girls are invited
by the Oak Park Recreation
Department and the co-
sponsoring Kiwanis Club to
sign up for summer T-Ball at
the Oak Park Community
Center before May 15.
Youngsters must be of age
as of Dec. 1, 1987.
Young people age 12 and
over can contribute to the
community by voluntering to
assist in any of a number of
activities, including:
scorekeepers, office workers
or library helpers.
Applications are available
through Oak Park schools or
at the community center.
For information, contact
Sol Cohen, 545-6400.

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5940 Cooley Lake Rd.
Union Lake

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WE SPECIALIZE IN MAGIC
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FOR CHILDREN'S PARTIES

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Learning is a celebration at
the happy Moss School,
Bloomfield's prestigious
nursery school.

Kiss Flowers

Good-Bye!

Go Balloonies

851-5055

Your developing child from 2 1/2 to 5 will receive life-
enhancing educational and nurturing experiences from art
to letter and number readiness, plus developing social skills.

Enrichment activities such as crafts, games, songs, stories,
train rides and field trips add to the fun and learning.

Children enjoy, learn, create, discover, think and develop.

CHANGE NOTE: Classes will now be located in the activity
level of the Pine Hill building, center campus.

Call 851-4666 for dates, fees, availability and application.

The Moss School

4150 Middlebelt
West Bloomfield, MI 48033

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JOIN IN THE HARMONY!

Jewish Community Center
Day Camp

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THE JEWISH NEWS
354-6060

"Please,
my little
girl needs
blood'.'

Free Bus Transportation
Session I June 29-July 23
Session II July 27-August 20

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Imagine if you had to ask for blood
to save the life of someone you love.
Next time the American Red Cross
asks, give blood, please.

GIVE BLOOD, PLEASE

Amesican
Red Crow

Exciting programs for pre-school through 10th grade

Early Bird Discounts Before May 1
for information call 661-1000, extension 254

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