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October 02, 1987 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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BIRTHS

PERKS FOR YOUR PARTIES!
ENTERTAINMENT?
INVITATIONS?
Hattie Schwartz
Seymour Schwartz
Of Course! 352 7387
Of Course! 356 8525

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• Stationery • Place Cords • Napkins
• Coke Boxes • Embossers • Bridal Gifts
• Luggage Togs • Scrolls • Novelty Items
EXPERIENCED PERSONALIZED SERVICE

• DJ's • 1 MAN BAND • MUSIC • THEME PARTIES
• CARICATURES • MIMES • CLOWNS
• MAGIC • PSYCHICS • HANDWRITING ANALYSIS
• BELLYISQUARE DANCING • PONY RIDES

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542-4444

Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628

ACT-SAT Testing

Reb. Hershl Roth
557-0888

Thinking about taking the ACT or SAT test?
Individualized instruction is now available so
you can improve your score.

Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426

Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.

Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

Also tutoring in all subjects (your home)

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THE SAFE TOY BOX
THAT'S ALSO A SAFE TOY

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Saturday, October 10, 10 A.M.-NOON

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THE COLLEGE PLANNING PROCESS
TUESDAY EVENING SEMINARS
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TOPICS DISCUSSED: college testing, deadlines,
financial aid, scholarships,
admission strategies, and
much more!

There's a location near you
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MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL, BIRMINGHAM Oct. 13

Call FIRST SEMESTER INC.
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FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1987

31500 W. 13 Mile Rd.,
Farmington Hills, Suite 155

SEPT. 16 — Former Detroiter
Bruce Levine and Marcy
Levine (Marcy Bershtein of
Baltimore) of Baltimore, Md.,
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Shira
Devorah. Thrilled grand-
parents are Shirley and David
Levine of Southfield and
Marilyn and Earl Schloss of
Randallstown, Md. Thrilled
great-grandmother is Esther
Miller of Baltimore. Shira
Devorah is named in loving
memory of her maternal
grandfather Sidney Bershtein
and her maternal great--
grandmother, Dora
Bershtein.

SEPT. 11 — Steven and Janet
(Medley) Berkowitz of
Houston, 'Mx., are happy to
announce the birth of their
son, Christopher Ryan
Berkowitz. Proud grand-
parents are Carllee and Dale
Medley of Gulfport, Miss.,
and Shirley and Dave
Berkowitz of Carlsbad, Calif.,
formerly of Royal Oak.

SEPT. 7 — Bruce and Julie
(Simons) Guttman of
Southfield joyfully announce
the birth of their daughter,
Kari Michelle. Proud grand-
parents are Betty and Jerry
Simons of Southfield and
Alex and Helen Guttman of
West Bloomfield. Great-
grandparents are Ella Siegel
and Albert Simons, both of
Oak Park. Kari is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal great-grandmother, Laura
Guttman, and her great-aunt,
Alice.

SEPT. 3 — Former Detroiter
Rosalyn DeVries (Operman)
and Donald DeVries of
Manhattan Beach, Calif., are
proud to announce the birth
of their son, Joel Anthony,
brother to Jennifer Alicia.
Proud grandparents are Max
and Anne Operman of
Laguna Hills, Calif. Joel is
named in loving memory of
his paternal great-
grandfather, Joseph
Opperman.

SEPT. 2 — Harry and Karen
(Rubens) Rozencweig of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Jason
Nathaniel, brother to Lisa
Anne and David Steven.
Grandparents are Ben and
Eileen Rubens of West Bloom-
field and Simon and Rita
Rozencweg of Southfield.
Jason is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
uncle, Anatol Rozencweig.

AUG. 29 Joel and Deborah
Minkoff (Zemmol) of Madison,
Wis., announce the birth of
their son, Benjamin Rafi,
brother to Caren and
Michael. Grandparents are



737-4820

Lita and Allen Zemmol of
Birmingham and Evelyn
Minkoff of Madison. Great-
grandmother is Anna Zem-
mol of Oak Park. Benjamin
Rafi is named in loving
memory of his paternal
grandfather, Ben Minkoff,
and maternal great-grand-
mother, Rose
Schechter-Samelson.

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AUG. 16 — Dr. and Mrs.

David Rosman (Marla
Schwartz) of West Bloomfield
are thrilled to announce the
birth of their second
daughter, Erica Hallie, sister
to Jaime Michelle. Ecstatic
grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur Schwartz of West
Bloomfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Rosman of Southfield.
Happy great-grandparents
are Pauline Bell of Southfield,
Sara Lipschutz and Sadie
Schwartz of Oak Park and
Edith and Sigmond Rosman
of Hollywood, Fla. Erica
Hallie is named in loving
memory of her paternal
great-grandmother and her
maternal great-uncle, Harry
Bell.

AUG. 15 — Dr. Lawrence and
Robin (Moss) Greenberg of
West Bloomfield proudly an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Eric Jacob. Elated grand-
parents are Dr. Robert and
Reva Moss of Farmington
Hills and Dr. Ralph and
Violet Greenberg of South-
field. Eric's great-grandfather
is Arthur Klein of Southfield.
Eric is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandfather, Jacob
Moss, great-grandmother
Esther Gross and paternal
great-grandmother, Lillian
Klein.

JULY 29 — Stanley and

Cheryl (Grodman) Gross-
(formerly of West Bloomfield)
of Mt. Prospect, Ill., are thrill-
ed to announce the birth of
their first son, Jeffrey Eric.
Proud maternal grandparents
are Harold and Leatrice
Grodman of West Bloomfield
and Joe and Jean Gross of
Bellville, Ill. Proud maternal
great-grandparents are Max
and Goldie Kornicks of
Southfield. Jeffrey Eric is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grand-
father, Jack White, and his
maternal great-grandmother,
Esther Grodman.

MAY 3 — Dr. and Mrs.

Michael Abecassis (Debbie
Pearl) of Toronto, Ont., are
proud to announce the birth
of a baby boy, Isaac Joshua.
Proud grandparents are Bill
and Shirley Pearl of Windsor
and Liliane and Isaac
Abecassis of Toronto.

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