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April 14, 1989 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

r. 6600 W. MAPLE, W. BLOOMFIELII MI 48322

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APRIL 4 — Ilana and Rick
Fox of Raanana, Israel, and
their daughter, Liat, are hap-
py to announce the birth of
their son and brother, Tal
Nissan. Grandparents are
Sima and Nissan Beit Yaacov
of Arad, Israel, and Nancy
and Donald Fox of West
Bloomfield. Tars great-grand-
mothers are Haviva Raphael
of Tel Aviv, Israel, Ida Fox of
Southfield and Flora Fisher of
Oak Park.

APRIL 3 — Drs. Robert
Felsenfeld and Brenda We-
ingarten of West Bloomfield
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Elyssa Danielle, sister to
Joshua Aaron. Delighted
grandparents are Dr. Charles
and Ruth Weingarten and
William and Shirley Felsen-
feld, all of West Bloomfield.
Proud great-grandparents are
Maurice and Belle Rosender
of Wek Bloomfield and Nettie
Weingarten of Southfield.
Elyssa Danielle is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal great-grandmother, Ethel
Mogul.

APRIL 1— Helayne and Jef-
frey Kaplan of Farmington
Hills announce with love and
joy the birth of their twin
daughters, Marissa Hali and
Carly Nessa. Extra-special
grandparents are Esther and
Aaron Kraft of Farmington
Hills and Lenore and Gilbert
Kaplan of Flint. Great-grand-
father is Sidney Kraft, and
great-grandmother is Rose
Cohen. Marissa Hali is
named for her paternal great-
grandfather, Morris Cohen,
and for her paternal great-
uncle, Herman Kaplan. Carly
Nessa is named for her mater-
nal great-grandmother,
Shayna Bistrow, and her
paternal great-grandmother,
Nellie Kraft.

MARCH 28 — Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Schiff (Lisa Crane) of
West Bloomfield proudly an-
nounce the birth of their se-
cond child, a daughter, Taryn
Rachel. Happy big brother is
Adam Donald. Proud grand-
parents are Bud and Ilene
Crane of West Bloomfield and
Mrs. Natalie Schiff-Newhouse
of Sarasota, Fla. Taryn
Rachel also is the grand-
daughter of the late Donald
G. Schiff. Taryn Rachel is
named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grand-
mother, Tillie Rubner, and
her great-uncle, Raymond
Levis.

MARCH 25 — David, Bar-
bara, Richie and Adam
Wallace of Huntington Woods
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter and sister,
Katie Michelle. Proud grand-

parents are Bernice and
Albert Kaplan of Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Helene and Mel
Wallace of Birmingham.
Proud great-grandmother is
Mary Falk of North Miami
Beach, Fla.

MARCH 25 — Marc and
Karen (Apple) Lederman and
their sons, Sean Avery and
Jordan Michael, are thrilled
to announce the newest
member of their family, An-
drew Lane. Delighted grand-
parents are Meyer (Mike) and
Beverly Apple of Livonia. An-
dy's Hebrew name is Chanan
Layb in loving memory of his
late paternal grandmother,
Ann Lederman, and mater-
nal great-great-aunt, Libby
Spivack.

MARCH 21 — Evan and Lori
(Lindenbaum) Matz, joyfully
announce the birth of their
daughter, Heather Renee.
Proud grandparents are Pearl
and Morris Matz and Rita
and Stanley Lindenbaum, all
of Miami, Fla. Thrilled great-
grandparents are Minnie and
Edward Friedman, formerly
of Detroit, and Bessie Mordoh
and Otto Lindenbaum of
Miami. Heather Renee is
named in loving memory of
her paternal great-aunt,
Hilda Landgarten, and
great-grandmother, Rose
Matz.

MARCH 21 — Joel and Lia
(Perlove) Kaber of Farm-
ington Hills joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Alex Michael. Proud grand-
parents are Sam and Shirley
Perlove and Marty and
Esther Kaber. Thrilled
great-grandmother is Jean
Kaber. Alex Michael is named
in loving memory of his
maternal, great-grandfather,
Jacob Perlove, and his pater-
nal great-grandfather,
Hyman Kaber.

MARCH 20 — Dr. Daniel
and Nancy (Levine) Blake of
Huntington Woods joyfully
announce the birth of their
son, Samuel Isaac, brother to
Jessica Beatrice and Emily
Rachel. Sam's grandparents
are Marvin Blake of South-
field, Rose and Jack Dendel of
Allegan and Beverly and
Alvin Levine of Sylvan Lake.
Proud great-grandparents are
Norman Blake, Nathan J.
Kaufman, Shirley Marks and
Jane and Harry Levine.
Samuel's Hebrew name,
Yisrael Yitzhak, is given in
loving memory of his mater-
nal great-grandfather, Irving
Benjamin.

MARCH 14 — Dr. Wally and-
Debby (Rochlin) Liberman of
Redding, Calif., are very hap-
py to announce the birth of

World Renowned "•1

An extraordinary flutist whose "sheer magic" gifts
of communication extend to other media,
EUGENIA. ZUKERMAN is in great demand. She
appears regularly with orchestra, in solo and duo
recitals and is a prominent figure in chamber music
ensembles. Ms. Zukerman is also a successful writer
and television commentator on the arts for CBS
SUNDAY MORNING with Charles Kuralt and has
appeared on a variety of other television programs.

Eugenia Zukerman

Critics around the world have praised ANDRF,-
MICHEL SCHUB for being "timeless, perfect, im-

aginative, incisive, authoritative, passionate, spon-
taneous, dazzling, brilliant and sensitive." He con-
tinues to make headlines and win audience approval
on his global concert tours. The eyes of the world
first focused on Andre-Michel Schub when he made
headlines and front pages as the Winner of the 1981
Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.

Andre-Michel Schub

Saturday, April 22
9:00 p.m.

For Reserved Seats
661-1000

FUNDED IN PART BY MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS AND
THE MANNY AND NATALIE CHARACH ENDOWMENT FUND AT THE JCC

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SPECIAL COUPON
(original value $20 per ticket)

Expires April 19, 1989

This coupon entitles bearer to two 1/2 price tickets
'AN EVENING WITH
EUGENIA ZUKERMAN & ANDRE-MICHEL SCHUB

Jewish Community Center • 6600 West Maple • West Bloomfield
— SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1989, 9:00 P.M. —
Original Value $20

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Phone: 855-1033

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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