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February 17, 1989 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-17

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AT MOST
PRESCHOOLS, YOUR
CHILD WOULDN'T
HAVE A PRAYER.

Your child deserves an individually-oriented program that pro-
vides a loving environment, with a perfect blend of the secular
and Jewish traditions. Half-day and full-day programs with lunch
options are available. Affordable tuition rates, with substantial
member discounts.
Our recently redecorated facilities are filled with new toys
and equipment.
For more information, call Robin Sack Meyerowitz, School
Director, 546-8040 or 548-9000, and come to our
INFORMATION NIGHTS

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8TH AT 8:00 P.M.

in the Board Room at the

Jewish

Community Center on Maple and Drake in W. Bloomfield

for information about our West Bloomfield Branch

and

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15TH AT 7:30 P.M.

at Congregation 13"nai Moshe on 10 Mile & Church in Oak Park

for information about our Oak Park Branch.

13NAI MOSHE NURSERY SCHOOL
GOLDEN
DREAMS
I--
NOW IN OAK PARK AND WEST BLOOMFIELD.

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2 Hours
Minimum

Certified

SAVE

MOHELim of Detroit

$2.00 OFF

One Coupon
Per Family
Per Visit

Expires
Feb. 23, 1989

Quality hourly
drop-in child care
"Where kids can
have fun."

IMP AA

just for kids

A social club
for children
2 months-12 years
2 Hours minimum

.

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(S. of 14 Mile) • Farmington Hills
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GARY RIWILLER

P H O TOGR A P H

(313) 626-0025

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1989

I BIRTHS

FEB. 2 — Randy and Beverly
(Kriechman) Phillips of Farm-
ington Hills joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Emily Faye. She is
warmly welcomed by her
brother Jeremy Louis.
Delighted grandparents are
Bea and Bert Kriechman of
Farmington Hills and Berta
and Perry Phillips of North
Miami Beach, Fla. Emily
Faye is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmother and her
maternal great-aunt.

JAN. 28 — Randall Stewart

and Sharan Lee (Shulman)
Levine of Kalamazoo are
delighted to announce the
birth of their daughter, Reyna
Abigale Levine. The proud
grandparents are Alvin and
Blanche Levine of West
Bloomfield and Charles and
Norma Shulman of Florida.
Great-grandmother Pauline
Gelman is also from Florida.
Reyna Abigale is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal great-grandmother, Ruth
Janeau, and her paternal
great-grandmother, Anna
Cutler.

JAN. 25 — David, Rochelle
(Lachman) and Shawna Erin
Koloff of West Bloomfield are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their son and brother,
Blake Matthew. Proud grand-
fathers are William Koloff of
Southfield and Nathan
Lachman of West Bloomfield.
Blake Matthew is also the
grandson of the late Estelle
Koloff and the late Shirley
Lachman. Excited great-
grandfather is Norman Blake
of Southfield, and great-
grandmother is Olga Lee of
Fraser. Blake Matthew is
named in loving memory of
his paternal great-
grandmother, Minnie Blake,
and his maternal great-uncle,
Ben Lachman.

.

GET REARM

JAN. 23 — Walter and Elaine
Rosenblum of Southfield are
delighted to announce the
birth of their son, Daniel Jor-
dan. Welcoming Daniel at
home are his big brother, Eric
Benjamin, and his big sister,
Dana Michelle. His excited
grandparents are Andy and
Lisette Colton, Esther
Rosenblum and Saul
Rosenblum. His great-
grandfather is Samuel
Kreisman. Daniel Jordan
(Th'vi Yaakov) is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, Harry
Kahn, and his maternal
great-great-grandfather,
Jacob Kreisman.

Call The Jewish. News

JAN. 23 — Dr. David and

354-6060

Lisa (Lofman) Moss of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Evan

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
542-4444

Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628

Reb. Hershl Roth
557-0888

Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426

Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

Craig, brother to Carra and
Emily. Proud grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lof-
man and Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Moss, all of Farmington Hills.

JAN. 22 — Eric and Marcie
(Katz) Lipsitt of West Bloom-
field joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Andrew
Michael (Moshe Jechiel ben
Cwi). Proud grandparents are
Janice and Gerald Katz. of
Bloomfield Hills and Thelma
and Harvey Lipsitt of West
Bloomfield. Ecstatic great-
grandparents are Adele
Fuerst of Southfield and
North Miami Beach, Fla., and
Mildred and Jack Katz of
Southfield. Andrew is named
in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandfather,
Marty Fuerst, maternal
great-great-grandfather, An-
drew Fuerst, and his paternal
great-grandmother, Alice
Lipsitt.

JAN. 21 — Sanford and Bar-
bara (Silberschein) Herman of
Ypsilanti joyfully announce
the birth of their first child,
a daughter, Rachel Saman-
tha. Rachel's Hebrew name is
Raizel Shlomit in memory of
her paternal grandparents,
Regina and Sidney Herman.
Maternal grandmother is
Molly Silberschein Katz of
Southfield and the late
Abraham Silberschein.
Great-grandfather is Zaede
Harry Goldbaum of Oak
park.

JAN. 19 — Rachel (Roberts)

Elman and Kenneth Elman
of Huntington Woods are
delighted to announce the
birth of their first child,
Elizabeth Rose Elman. The
very proud grandparents are
Will Roberts of Southfield,
Elmina Brooks of Connec-
ticut and Dr. Daniel and Mrs.
Barbara Elman of Tarzana,
Calif.

JAN. 17 — Lt. William and

Barbara (Blumberg) Keyes of
Ft. Riley, Kan., are pleased to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Sara Jaclyn. Proud
grandparents are Milt and
Arlene. Blumberg of West
Bloomfield and William and
Carol Keyes of New Port
RiChey, Fla. Happy great-
grandmother is Jennie Golds-
tein of West Bloomfield. Sara
Jaclyn is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Selma
Blumberg and her maternal
great-grandfather, Jack
Goldstein.

JAN. 13 — Dr. Jeffrey Eisman

and Nancy Benchell-Eisman
(formerly of Beachwood, Ohio)
of West Bloomfield announce
the birth of their son, Joseph
Israel. Joseph's big brothers

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