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January 15, 1988 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-15

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grandfather, Hal Morris Bir-
bach. Joyful grandparents are
Helen and Jack Goldman of
Southfield and Muriel Bir-
bach of Forest Hills. Helen
Birbach of Holliswood, N.Y., is
the proud great-grandmother.

DEC. 17 — Dr. and Mrs.

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 and Mr. and
Mrs. David Levine of Fort
Lauderdale, Fla. 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.

DEC. 13 — Paul and Cindi
(Fischel) Isley of Southfield
are thrilled to announce the
birth of their son, Jacob Ben-
jamin. Proud brother and
sisters are Rebecca, David
and Sarah. Thrilled grand-
parents are Max and Sylvia
Isley of Southfield. Thrilled
great-grandmother is Mollie
Ekter. Jacob is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, Jack
Ekter, and paternal great-
grandmother, Bessie Itsco-
vitz.

DEC. 5 — Patrick and Bar-

bara (Baron) Kendall of
Southfield proudly announce
the birth of their daughter,
Melissa Erin. Her delighted
grandparents are Iry and Bet-
ty Baron of Oak Park and Bill
and Wilma Kendall of West-
land. Great-grandmothers are
Ann Abrams of Oak Park and
Marion Baron of Southfield.

NOV. 21 — Jay and Sara

(Turkin) Olshansky of Buffalo
Grove, Ill., formerly of Oak
Park, are proud to announce
the birth of their son, Eric
Daniel, brother to Jessica
Ann. Proud grandparents are
Ben and Sylvia Turkin of Far-
mington Hills and Abe and
Pearl Olshansky of
Southfield.

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