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January 01, 1988 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-01

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I BIRTHS

Certified

What Do You Do

MOHELi. of Detroit

...when your child care falls thru?
...when your sitter doesn't show?
...when you're called into work at the last
minute?
Call:

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
542-4444

Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628

• FREE BEEPER
• Exciting games. toys
and computers for school
age children as well as preschoolers.

• Quality, hourly drop-in
child care "where kids can
have fun."
• A social club for children 2
months :12 years in mind

Robert (Naomi Blustein)
Levine are the proud parents
of Jeremy Adam. Proud pater-
nal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Levine of Tap-
pan, N.Y. Proud paternal
great-grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Kartzevitz of
New York City. Maternal
grandparents are former
Chicagoans Chaplain and
Mrs. (Judy Blumofe) Allan M.
Blustein of Southfield and
maternal great-grandmother
is Mrs. Ann Blumofe of Oak
Park.

Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426

GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE

I
3610 W. Maple (at Lahser) 540 5702

32875 Northwestern • 737 5437
Next to A&P • Birmingham
(S. of 14 Mile) • Farmington Hills
M-Th 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m.-1 a.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-1 a.m., Sun. 12-8 p.m.

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DEC. 17 — Dr. and Mrs.

Reb. Hersh) Roth
557-0888

-

Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

Corvette Bed Sale!

DEC. 12 — David Goldfarb
(formerly of Oak Park) and
Barbara Coperine of Great
Barrington, Mass., announce
the birth of their daughter,
Emily Coperine Goldfarb,
sister to Katherine. Grand-
parents are. Ruthe and Bob
Goldfarb of West Bloomfield
and Frank Coperine of Stan-
ford, Conn., and the late Ella
Coperine.

DEC. 10 — Jeffrey and Robin
(Field) Sprague of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their daughter, Il-
ana Michelle. Thrilled grand-
parents are Roberta and
Jerry Sprague of Bloomfield
Hills, Kathy and Ray Lynch of
Farmington Hills and Don
Field of Southfield. Ilana
Michelle is named in loving
memory of her paternal
great-grandfather, Manley

Regular Price $549

Just one of 100 different
Kid's Beds available to make
Sleeptime More Fun.

Sale $429

Baby'n Kids Bedrooms

Mon-Sat 9:30 PM - 9 PM
Sunday 12 - 5 PM

SAVE $120
Limited Time Only

349-2515

ALL
MATERNITY CLOTHES

75% OFF

• PANTY HOSE—$1 PER PAIR
• BRAS -- $3 PER BRA
• UNDERWEAR

50% OFF

NO CHARGES

Northwestern & Inkster • Southfield

352-9799

HOURS: MON.-SAT, 10 to 5
THURS. 10 to 8

FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1988

50% OFF

ALL SALES FINAL

Applegate Square

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ALL WINTER
• INFANTS
• TODDLERS
• BOYS (4-7)

THE
WAITING
GAME

OCT. 14 — Dr. and Mrs.

Sheldon P. Fineman (Nancy
Northcott) formerly of
Southfield now of Virginia
Beach, Va., are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Kelly Marie, sister
to Ashley Lane. Proud grand-
parents are Rose and Sol Katz
of Virginia Beach and
Southfield and Mary and
Jerry Northcott of Farm-
ington. Happy great-grand-
mother is Charlotte Weinger
of Southfield. Kelly Marie is
named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grand-
father, Morris Weinger.

AUG. 27 — Dr. Steven and

Barbara Acker announce the
birth of their daughter
LeeAnn Margaret, sister to
Jared Carl and Evan Mat-
thew. Grandparents are Len-
ny and Marilyn Acker of
Southfield and James and
Margaret Greenough of Toms
River, N.J. LeeAnn is named
in memory of her great-aunt,
Hannah, and great-great-
grandmother, Rochel.

Sprague.

TWELVE OAKS MALL, 27780 NOVI RD., NOVI, MI

SHOP . . . SAVE . . . SHOP . . . SAVE
THE BIG WINTER SALE STARTS SATURDAY,
JAN. 2 AT "THE WAITING GAME"

brother to Brent Scott. Proud
grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Morris Medalie of
Lathrup Village and Mrs.
Mae Shapiro of Detroit.
Allison Philippa is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal great-grandmother, Alice
C. Israel, and her maternal
great-uncle, Philip Ellis
Medalie.

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DEC. 6 — Steven and Faye
(Edelstein) Adelson of Farm-
ington Hills are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Ivan Joshua, brother to Sari
Laina. Ivan Joshua is the
grandson of Sandra Edels-
tein, Janet and Bernard
Adelson and the late Ivan
Edelstein. Proud great-grand-
parents are Minnie Blitstein
of Toronto, Renee Edelstein
of Birmingham and Meyer
Waterstone of Southfield.
Ivan Joshua is named in lov-
ing memory of his maternal
grandfather, Ivan Edelstein,
and maternal great-grand-
father, Joshua Blitstein.

DEC. 2 — Matt and Edie E.
(Katz) Kamins of Southfield
joyfully announce the birth of
a son, Nechemia Leib, brother
to Batsheva Naomi. Proud
grandparents are Issac and
Paula Katz and Ernie and
Kep Kamins, all of Oak Park.
Proud great-grandparents are
Dr. Abraham J. and Marge
Alper of Southfield and
Esther Levy of Farmington.

NOV. 28 — Dennis and Sally

(Medalie) Shapiro of West
Bloomfield are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Allison Philippa,

Type It,
Please!

Birth announcements
must be typed, double-
spaced and received by

The Jewish News no later

than 10 a.m. Tuesday for
that Friday's edition.
Please include your
phone number.

NEWS

Restrained
Criticism

New York (JTA) — Israel
continued to come under
sharp criticism from Euro-
pean leaders and church
groups for measures it has
taken to quell rioting by
Palestinians in the ad-
ministered territories.
Meanwhile, Premier Brian
Mulroney of Canada emerged
as one of the few, if not the on-
ly, major national leader to
express understanding of
Israel's situation. He said
Dec. 22 that Israel has exer-
cised "visible restraint" and
"political responsibility" in
dealing with disturbances in
the territories.

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