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March 25, 1988 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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

Certified

MOHELim of Detroit

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• CARICATURES • POLAROIDS • PSYCHICS
• DJ's • BANDS • MIMES • CLOWNS
• MAGIC • HANDWRITING ANALYSIS • BIRD LADY
• ROASTS • COMICS • DANCERS • THEME PARTIES

•Stationary • Place Cards • Napkins
• Cakt Boxes • Embossers • Bridal Gifts
• Luggage Tags • Scrolls • Novelty Hams
EXPERIENCED PERSONALIZED SERVICE

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
542-4444

Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628

ACT-SAT Testing

Reb. Hersh! 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)

WE 73
CAN'T
RUN
ON
EMPTY.

Nancy Resnick Zuckman on

"Why we love My Place"

• Micah Loves It!
• We take Micah to My Place
so we can have fun.
• Reliable, convenient, a well
trained warm affectionate
staff, reasonable rates .. .
• Just for kids? Actually its
just for their parents.

GIVE BLOOD

Call:

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• Quality, hourly drop-in child care "where kids can
have fun."
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Next to A&P • Birmingham

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FOR

KIDS ONLY

SPRING BREAK ADVENTURES

— GRADES 3 to 5 —

— GRADES 6 to 8 —

ADVENTURE A ADVENTURE B ADVENTURE C ADVENTURE D

Mon. Apr. 4
Tues. Apr. 5
Wed. Apr. 6
Thur. Apr. 7
Fri. Apr. 8

(Half Day)

(Full Day)

Art Exploration
Alice in Wonderland
Indian Culture
Experience Science
Maybury State Park

Candles and Cows
Greenfield Village
Nature on the Roll
Intro. to Theater
Star Search

(Full Day)

(Full Day)

Pie and Pizza Day High Skies and Skates
News and Science
Day in Motion
Art Exploration
Candles and Cows
Indian Culture
Niagara Falls -
(overnight by train)
Intro. to Theater

SATURDAY ADVENTURES

Sat. Apr. 16
Sat. Apr. 23
Sat. Apr. 30

Museum Madnesss
Bicycle 71-ip
Canoe Trip

Windsor Wildlife
Detroit Zoo
Bubbles and Barns

Bicycle Trip
Creature Feature
Windsor Wildlife

Bubbles and Thorns
Hands-on Day/Flint
Detroit Zoo

Sat. May 7
Sat. May 14
Sat. May 21

Rollerskating
Nature Day
Belle Isle Zoo

Belle Isle Zoo
Canoe Day
Hands-on Day/Flint

Play Day
Sea World
Canoe Day

Canoe Day
Bicycle Trip
Huckleberry Railroad

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All Odyssey programs include transportation, instruction, supervision and admissions.

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ODYSSEY
ADVENTURES

I BIRTHS I

(odyssey Adventures is a non-profit educational organization with
over 10 years experience in enrichment programming. Groups of
children, supervised by teachers and trained professionals,
will be guided on fun-filled adventures in southeastern
Michigan. For a complete information package on all
of our programs, call Odyssey Adventures at 661-3600.

MARCH 17 — Tim and

MARCH 8 — Wayne Sonkin

MARCH 13 — Paul and
Susan (Cutler) Allison an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Jillian Frances,
sister to Jessica Lynn. Grand-
parents are Phil and Aida
Cutler of Oak Park and
Harvey and Marian Allison of
Lake Orion. Great-grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Guyer of Southfield. Jillian is
named in honor of her great-
grandmother, Frances Cutler.

MARCH 7 — Dr. David and
Peggy Leibowitz of Farm-
ington Hills joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Melyssa Paige. Pro-
ud grandparents are Micki
and Alan Leibowitz of
Southfield and Dorothy and
Lucien Therrien of Biddeford,
Maine. Melyssa Paige is nam-
ed in loving memory of her
great-grandfather, Aaron
Glazer.

MARCH 12 — Kenneth and

MARCH 5 — Bryan and An-
drea Bier (Herschfus, former-
ly of Southfield) of West
Orange, N.J., are extremely
pleased to announce the birth
of their daughter, Amanda
Staci. Proud grandparents
are Dr. Leon and Rayetta
Herschfus of Southfield and
Horace and Pauline Bier of
Livingston, N.J. Amanda
Staci is named after her
maternal great-grandmother,
Sara Herschfus, and paternal
great-aunt, Edith Heller.

Melissa (Press) Downey of
Huntington Woods proudly
announce the birth of their
son, Gabriel Seth. Happy big
sister is Jessica Blair. Joyful
grandparents are Barbara
and Sam Press of Southfield
and Cora and Wilfred
Downey of Clawson.

Joan (Urbach) Stern of Farm-
ington Hills are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Andrew Urbach Stern. Proud
grandparents are Kurt and
Paula Urbach and Sylvia
Stern, all of Southfield. An-
drew is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandfather, Paul Shapiro.

MARCH 11 — Mark and
Elizabeth Genetti (Beth
Klein) are overjoyed to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter Leigh Rachel. The
delighted grandparents are
Gladys and Chuck Brasch
and Dorothy and Chuck
Genetti. Leigh's Hebrew
name is Malka Yecheskalah.
Her name, both in English
and Hebrew, are in loving
memory of her maternal
grandfather, Louis Klein, and
cousin, Richard Rader.

MARCH 11 — Marshall and
Jill (August) Stern of Farm-
ington Hills take great pride
in announcing the birth of
their son, Edward Meyer,
brother to Seth Loren. Proud
grandparents are Bob and
Rozz August and Julius
Stern, all of Southfield. Pro-
ud great-grandmother is Sara
Hoffman, also of Southfield.
Edward Meyer is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal great-uncle, Edward
August, and paternal great-
grandfather, Jacob Meyer
Stern.

MARCH 9 — Ruth (Boscov)
and Michael Aichenbaum of
Ann Arbor are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son
Joshua Seth, brother to David
Benjamin. Proud grand-
parents are Lil and Milt
Aichenbaum of Oak Park and
Eunice and Al Boscov of
Reading, Pa. Great-grand-
parents are Pauline and
Harry Cooper of Reading.

and Rhonda Montalto are
happy to announce the birth
of their son, Benjamin Shane.
Delighted grandmother is
Shirley Sonkin of Southfield.
Benjamin Shane's Hebrew
name is Shevach Ber, in
memory of his grandfather,
Seymour Bruce Sonkin.

MARCH 2 — Michael and
Sandra (Forman) Robbins of
Southfield are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Lauren Michelle,
sister to Bryan Matthew.
Grandparents are Leon and
Sheila Forman and Jerry and
Marge Robbins. Great-grand-
parents are Irvin and Katie
Forman. Great-grandmothers
are Mollie Cooper and Helen
Gerson. Lauren Michelle is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-grand-
mother, Molly Mifelow, and
her paternal great-great-
great-aunt, Esther Glass.

FEB. 22 — Dr. Keith and

Sonya West of West Bloom-
field are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Alexandra, sister to
Kory. Proud grandparents are
Carmen and Donald West of
Franklin and Dr. Luis Gamez
of Caracas, Venezuela. Alex-
andra is named in loving
memory of her great-grand-
father, Albert West.

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