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May 27, 1988 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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Kathy Weingarcipn on

"Why we love My Place"

• Zachary loves it!
• It's my 1st choice fo r baby-
sitting (after Grandma ,-, &
• Zachary gets to play with
other children & toys not
normally available to him.
• Just for kids? Actually it's
just for their parents.

MOHELim of Detroit

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman

Cantor S. Greenbaum

Reb. Hersh) Roth



Cantor Sidney Rube

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

32875 Northwestern • 737-5437 3610 W. Maple (at Lahser) 540-5702
Next to A&P • Birmingham
(S. of 14 Mile) • Farmington Hills
Closed Sun. & Mon. for Memorial Day. M-Th. 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m.-1 a.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-I a.m., Sun. 12-8 p.m.

Rabbi S. Zachariash


European crafted cribs and
furniture plus unique bed-
ding and accessories pro-
vide the ideal background
for that Very Important
Baby. Bellini also offers
youth furniture that grows
with your child.

1EL L 1/y/

1 Block North of 14 Mile



at the NEW Waiting Game



(*All Items Available Infants thru 4-6x)

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Applegate Square

Northwestern & Inkster • Southfield

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

P.S. We're now a complete children's shop
Infants . . . Toddlers . . . Boys 4-7 . . . Girls 4-6x . . . Always 20% Off


FRIDAY. MAY 27, 1988

MAY 19 — Dr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth A. Edelman of Bloom-
field Hills are ecstatic to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Lauren Brittany.
Proud big brothers are David
Aaron and Anthony Lewis.
Thrilled grandparents are
Henry and Teresa Edelman of
Bloomfield Hills. Lauren
Brittany is named in loving
memory of her paternal
uncle, Dr. Lawrence Bruce

MAY 11 — Julie (Fidler) and
Cliff Totzke of Fenton are
delighted to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Mallory Cate. Thrilled grand-
parents are Connie and Ivan
Fidler of West Bloomfield and
Jeannette and Sam Gaul of

MAY 5 — Fonda Colleen
Schwartz and Brittani Jessica
Schwartz proudly announce
the birth of their daughter
and sister, Ellery Chelsea
Droz-Schwartz. Proud grand-
parents are Mrs. Rosalyn
Droz of Southfield and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis (Flora)
Schwartz of Birmingham.
Ecstatic great-grandmother is
Mrs. Sarah Wohl of
Southfield. Ellery Chelsea is
named in loving memory of
her maternal grandfather Ed-
ward Droz (Elya) and after
her maternal great-grand-
father, Hyman Droz (Chaim).

MAY 3 — Linda Kovan,
formerly of Detroit, and
Walter Blank of Arlington,
Va., are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Jonathan Kalman. Proud
grandparents are Ruth Kovan
of Southfield and Jacob and
Deena Blank of New York Ci-
ty. Jonathan Kalman is nam-
ed in loving memory of his
maternal grandfather, Cole-
man Kovan.

MAY 1 — Jeffrey and Lori
(Klisman) Ellis of Farmington
Hills are thrilled to announce
the birth of their first child,
Michelle Brooke. Proud
grandparents are Bernard
and Sophie Klisman of Novi
and Robert and Gloria Ellis of
West Bloomfield. Proud great-
grandfathers are Robert Bur-
row and Isadore Ellis.
Michelle Brooke is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal great-grandmother, Mary
Burrow, and her paternal
great-uncle, Bernard Burrow.

APRIL 29 — Dr. Steven and
Julie Niss of Troy are proud
to announce the birth of their
first child, Eric Matthew.
Delighted grandparents are
Daniel and Marilyn Niss of
Farmington Hills and Donald

and Ann Avesian of
Metamora. Eric Matthew is
named in loving memory of
his great-grandfather, Isadore

APRIL 28 — Michael and
Linda (Mancani) Greenberg of
Rochester, Mich., are happy to
announce the birth of their
son, Benjamin Jacob. Proud
grandparents are Bernard
Greenberg and Mitzi Barnett
and Frank and Rita Mancani.
Great-grandmother is Doro-
thy Greenberg.

APRIL 26 — Dr. Carol Aiken
(formerly of Huntington
Woods) and Andrew Zaikis of
Marblehead, Mass., are very
happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Leslie
Aiken Zaikis. Grandparents
are Dr. Max and Hope Aiken
of Bloomfield Hills and
Sylvester and Josephine
Zaikis of Boston. Leslie is
named in loving memory of
her maternal grandmothers,
Lena Aiken and Ann Collins.

APRIL 25 — Lee Hertz and
Barbara Crone are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Dana Natalie
Hertz. Grandparents are Bill
and Helen Hertz of Southfield
and Betty Crone of Sun City
West. Great-grandmother is
Bertha Hertz of Southfield.
Dana Natalie is named in
memory of her maternal
grandfather, Nathan Daniel

APRIL 24 — Dr. Marc and
Jacqueline (Crantz) Kay of
Scottsdale, Ariz., formerly of
Southfield, are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Joshua Richard Crantz Kay.
Proud big sister is Rachel
Jessica. The delighted grand-
parents are Lawrence and
Marilyn Crantz of Scottsdale
and Louis and Gladys Kay of
West Bloomfield. Happy
great-grandfather is Sam
Silverman of West Bloom-
field. Joshua Richard is nam-
ed in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandmother
Rose "Ma" Shulman and
maternal great-aunt, Fannie
Krefman, and paternal great-
uncle, Yehoshua Kreps (Kay).

APRIL 20 — Gail and John
Ferguson (Gail Gordon) an-
nounce the birth of a son,
Michael William. Happy
grandparents are Harvey
Gordon of Bloomfield Hills,
Lois Gordon of Southfield and
the J.E. Fergusons of
Jacksonville, Fla. Michael
William's Hebrew names are
in honor of his maternal
great-grandfathers, Morris
Gordon and Edward Gray.
Gail and John live in Drayton
Plains, Mich.

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