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July 14, 1989 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-14

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I BIRTHS I

DON'T MISS THE BUS!

Limited

Space
Available

• SWIMMING

• NATURE

MINI-SPORTS CAMPS

• TENNIS

• CANOEING

• BASKETBALL

• DRAMA

• SOCCER

• MUSIC

• GYMNASTICS

• COMPUTERS

• CRAFTS

TRAVEL CAMP

• VIDEO—FILM PRODUCTION

TEEN CARAVAN

Join Us For A Summer Of Smiles

at The Jewish Community Center Day Camp

Second Session Begins Soon
July 24 - August 17

For catalogue or information call 661-1000, extension 254
Scholarships Available

THE JOY OF MUSIC

Courses in : Music Appreciation for Both
the Uninitiated and Sophisticated Listener

presented by

CONCERT PIANIST, DAVID SYME
Will Continue by Popular Demand
at the Regular Class Times:
Wednesdays — 10-11:45 a.m.
Thursdays — 7:30-9:15 p.m.

SIP(

JUMBO
C.11's

* 6 MON5119.20%

AT TEMPLE ISRAEL

5725 Walnut Lake Rd., W. Bloomfield

DAVID SYME

Renowned concert pianist,
has appeared as soloist at
the Lincoln Center, Kennedy
Center, and the Dorothy
Chandler Pavilion as well as
in most European capitals.
He was featured at the
Meadow Brook Festival in
1988 and has played eight
times with the Detroit
Symphony.

Each individual class meeting is self-contained
and will offer an in-depth, untechnical explora-
tion of either a specific musical work or some
aspect of classical music.
Admission charge:
NO PRIOR MUSICAL

$10 Per Session

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

For Weekly Topic information
Please Call 737-5543

*Classes will not be held July 27, Aug. 2 & Aug. 24

82 FRIDAY, MY 14, 1989

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Call LARRY MOSS

GENERAL PARTNER

540-3733

'Above rates aye . as of
7 it) 89 and subject to change.

Certified

MOHELim of Detroit

Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628

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557-0888

Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426

Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

Breast
self-examination --
LEARN. Call us.

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ANIERKAN
CANCER
SOCIETY

JULY 10 — Stephen and Lori
Cash of Novi are pleased to
announce the birth of their
son, Michael Allen, brother to
Daniel Joseph and Robert
Eric. Grandparents are Virgil
and Loretta Kimble of
Madison Heights and Hyman
Cash and Shirley Cash, both
of Novi. Michael Allen is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grand-
mother.

JULY 2 — Bruce and Susan
(Dunn) Fershtman of South-
field are proud to announce
the birth of their son, Jordan
Noah. Thrilled grandparents
are Milton and Beverly Dunn
and Esther Fershtman, all of
Oak Park. Happy great-
grandmother is Pauline Sus-
sle of Desert Hot Springs,
Calif. Jordan Noah was nam-
ed in loving memory of his
paternal grandparents, Je-
nette and Norman
Fershtman.

JUNE 30 — Richard and
Esther Allweiss Tschirhart of
Detroit proudly announce the
birth of their daughter,
Julianna (Julie) Allweiss
Tschirhart, sister to Alison
Sandra. Julianna's grand-
parents are Zyga and Irma
Burg Allweiss of West Bloom-
field and the late Allen and
Helen Korte Tschirhart. The
baby is named in memory of
her paternal great-grand-
mother, Julia Loersch Korte,
and her maternal great-great-
grandmother, Anna Gomburg
Klatzkin. Hanna is Julian-
na's Hebrew name, which
honors the memory of her
grandmother, Helen, and
maternal great-uncle, Harry
Burke.

JUNE 28 — Dr. Joel and San-
di (Cherny) Felsenfeld of Far-
mington Hills are thrilled to
announce the birth of their
son, Scott Brandon. Proud
grandparents are Ida Cherny
of Oak Park and William and
Shirley Felsenfeld of West
Bloomfield. Scott is named in
loving memory of his grand-
father, Sigmund Cherny.

JUNE 22 — Barry and
Elaine (Lusky) Margolis and
big brother, Benny, of Ypsilan-
ti, are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter and
sister, Erin Hillary. Beaming
is grandma Irene Lusky of
Southfield. Proud great-
grandmothers are Dorothy
Lusky and Bessie Gruskin,
both of Oak Park. Erin's
Hebrew name, Yehudit
Arielle, is in loving memory
of paternal grandfather,
Isidor Margolis, and mater-
nal great-great-uncle, Harry
Lewis.

JUNE 25 — Dr. and Mrs.
Mark Migdal of West Bloom-
field announce the birth of

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their son, Ben Allan, brother
to Max Aaron. Grandparents
are Albert and Rosalie
Migdal of West Bloomfield.
Ben Allan is named after his
maternal great-grandmother,
Anna Singer, and his great-
great-aunt, Rose Shore.

JUNE 23 — Leslie and
Helene (Weiss) Kohn of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Daniel Jacob. Proud grand-
parents are Phyllis and Alan
Kohn of Southfield and Ellen
and Eugene Weiss of Far-
mington Hills. Happy great-
grandmothers are Fritzie
Kohn of West Palm Beach,
Fla.,and Kraindl Brenner of
Oak Park. Daniel Jacob is
named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grand-
father, Israel Bussell, and his
maternal great-grandfather,
Maier Brenner.

JUNE 22 — Sheryl and Ken-
neth Gaynor of Oak Park
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Sarah Foster
Gaynor. Ecstatic grand-
parents are Ruth Gaynor of
Farmington Hills and Sally
and Ermil Jones of Monroe.
Proud great-grandparents are
Louie Mayo of Brazil, Ind.,
and Edith Jones of Chelsea.
Sarah Foster is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal great-great-grandmother,
Sarah Southwood, and her
maternal great-grandmother,
Barbara F. Mayo.

JUNE 22 — Dr. Lenny and
Shelley (Portney) Hutton of
West Bloomfield joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Rachel Anne. Her
proud sisters are Michelle
and Sarah. Her happy grand-
parents are Dr. Jack and Rita
Portney of Flint. She is also
granddaughter of the late Dr.
Morris and Shirley Hutton.
Rachel is named in loving
memory of her paternal gret-
uncle, Robert Hutton, and her-
maternal great-grandfather,
Aaron (Harry) Stone.

JUNE 21 — Don and Barbara
(Weisman) Hoffman of Deer-
field, Ill., formerly of Far-
mington Hills, joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Karen Renee, sister
to Anne Meryl and Ellen
Ruth. Thrilled grandparents
are Harriet and Mort Weis-
man of Bloomfield Hills and
Harriet and Mark Hoffman of
Northbrook, Ill. Karen
Renee's Hebrew name, Naomi
Yael, is in loving memory
of her maternal great-
uncle, Norman Weisman, and
her paternal great-great-
uncle, Charles Blonder.

JUNE 7 — Dr. Michael and
Jill (Cherney) Lutz of West
Bloomield are excited to an-

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