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February 03, 1989 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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Happy 75th Birthday

JAN. 27 — Arnie and Judy
(Frank) Goldman of Far-
mington Hills joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Ilana Shayna
Goldman. She is warmly
welcomed by her big brother,
Kyle Brandon. Elated grand-
parents are Max and Carole
Frank of Farmington Hills
and Milt and Rochelle
Goldman of West Bloomfield.
Ilana Shayna is named in lov-
ing memory of her paternal
great-grandmother, Ida
Davidoff, and her paternal
great-aunt, Shirley Wallace.

Dear Dad:

We are thrilled and delighted to help you celebrate your 75th birth-
day. We are also very grateful and extremely proud that you are our Dad.

Despite the many hardships and traumas of your life, you are loving
and good-natured, and have always found it in your heart to help those
less fortunate than yourself. Your overwhelming generosity to the many
Jewish causes you support, as well as to your family, has always been a
source of inspiration to us.

As a young man you were subjected to much tragedy, including the
loss of your family. But, you survived to begin life again, with a new
family, in a new country. You started with a janitor's job, sweeping floors
at night and eventually you became a very successful businessman. You
have demonstrated to us by word and by deed what hard work, deter-
mination and faith in Jewish values can accomplish.

We hope that this message conveys to you our love and appreciation
for all you have done for us; and our adminration and respect for the
devotion you have demonstrated to Jewish charities.

As you celebra
' te your 75th year, you can indeed be proud of the
life you have achieved and of the nachas your accomplishments have
brought your family. May you celebrate your 75th birthday basking in
the love and devotion of your children and grandchildren; and may you
be blessed with much good health and happiness — until 120!!!

With all our love,
Your Children and Grandchildren
Debra, Mike, Rita, Joe, Bonnie, Morry,
Lisa, Barry, Jay, Eric, David, Evan, Jill, Julie, Dana, Lauren

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112 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1989

JAN. 23 — Harold and Caryn
(Lerner) Rothenberg of Far-
mington Hills are pleased to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Jessica Blaine. Pro-
ud grandparents are Bernard
and Lorraine Lerner of West
Bloomfield and Mel and
Marilyn Rothenberg of Bir-
mingham. Jessie is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal great-grandfather, Jacob
Saeta, and great-grand-
mother, Betty Rothenberg.

JAN. 21 — Mark and Laura
(Krueger) Zausmer of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Nicole Alana.
Ecstatic grandparents are
Jack and Gale Krueger of
Munising, MI., and Martha
Zausmer Paul and Larry Paul
of West Bloomfield. Happy
great-grandmother is Lena
Zausmer of Oak Park. Nicole
Alana is named in loving
memory of her paternal
grandfather, Norman Alan

JAN. 18 — Robyn (Hellman)
and Jeffrey Margolis of
University Heights, Ohio, are
pleased to announce the birth
of their daughter, Erin
Rachel. Thrilled grand-
parents are Phyllis and
William Hellman of South-
field and Hilda and Bernard
Margolis of Cleveland
Heights, Ohio. Proud great-
grandparents are Adolph
Jacob of New York and Toby
Hellman of North Miami
Beach, Fla. Erin Rachel
(Davida Esther) is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal great-grandfather, Mit-
chell Kohn, her maternal
great-grandmother, Esther
Jacob, and her maternal
great- great- grandmother,
Rebecca Reiner.

JAN. 16 — Lee and Rachel
(Lieberman) Buckman of
Roslyn, N.Y., are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Ilan Moshe. Proud grand-
parents are Dr. Gerald and
Rita Buckman of Highland
Park, Ill., and David and
Rene Lieberman of West

Bloomfield. Proud great-
grandfather is Max Blum of
Farmington Hills.

JAN. 13 — Stewart and San-
dy (Levine) Shipper of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their daughter,
Allison Claire, sister to Ben-
jamin Isaac. Her happy
grandparents are Janet and
Irving Levine of Farmington
Hills and Betty and Earl
Shipper of Southfield.
Allison's Hebrew name is
in honor of her mater-
nal great-grandmother, Ber-
tha Eisenberg, and her pater-
nal great-grandmother, Faye

JAN. 5 — Thomas and Joan
(Maldaver) Lazar of West
Bloomfield are delighted to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Stephanie Brooke.
Thrilled grandparents are
Maurice and Ruth Maldaver
of Southfield and Berko and
Eta Lazar of Oak Park.
Stephanie Brooke is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal uncle, Stephen ' Leslie
Maldaver, and her paternal
great-grandmother, Brana

JAN. 2 — Ilan and Margo
(Pernick) Weitzer of South-
field joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter, Maya
Rachel, sister to Amit
Sharon. The proud grand-
parents are Lawrence and
Anne Pernick of Southfield
and Channan and Bella Weit-
zer of Ramat Gan, Israel.
Delighted great-grandmother
is Bessie Zelonka. Maya
is named in loving memory
of her paternal great-
grandfather, Menachem

DEC. 26 — Marjory (Entus)
and David Lang of Bir-
mingham are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Madelyn Entus
(Rivkeh Leah) Lang. Proud
grandparents are Helen and
Harold Lang of Southfield
and Hannah and Phil Litton
of Farmington Hills. Madelyn
is named in loving memory of
her maternal grandfather,
Louis (Label) Entus, and
paternal cousin, Violet
(Rivkeh) Rothman.

DEC. 21 — Dr. Jerry and
Susie (Stollman) Zimberg of
Westerville, Ohio, and Aaron
Michael and Jennifer Cari,
proudly announce the birth of
their son and little brother,
Daniel Isaac. Great-grand-
parents are Morris and
Esther Richman of Oak Park,
Ida Zimberg and Bertha
Mishcovsky of Southfield.
Grandparents are Barbara
and Hyman Stollman of Far-

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