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April 06, 1990 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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Come o Baby World 'N Teens For The Best Selection
And Price Of Baby & Teen Furniture Anywhere!

BIRTHS I

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APRIL 1 — John and Linda

Michigan's Largest Display of Baby and Teen Furniture

134IBY WORLD 6N TEENS

Loeffler (Eisenberg) of
Davisburg proudly announce
the birth of their son, Ian
Josef, brother to Sarah Toby.
Proud grandparents are Cady
Eisenberg of Oak Park and
Libby and Pete Loeffler of
Roscommon. Proud great-
grandparents are Marie Loef-
fler and Teresa and Thomas
Bless of Roscommon. Ian
Josef is named in loving
memory of his maternal
grandfather, Isadore Eisen-
berg and paternal great-
grandfather, Josef Loeffler.

OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 10 to 9 SUNDAYS 12 to 5

TROY
OAKLAND MALL
510 W. 14 Mile Rd.
585-0440

W DEARBORN
Bet. Telegraph & Southfield
22022 Michigan Ave.
565-9200

UVONIA MALL
29504-D Seven Mile Rd.
(In The Mall)
47&8180

E. DETROIT
Across from Eastland
18029 E. Eight Mile Rd.
777.9770

UTICA
13285 Hall Rd.
(Across from Lakeside Mall)
7266300

Make Your Special Moments
Unforgettabl e • • •

with the gentle, pleasing movement provided by our
GLIDE-R-MOTION" rockers by Dutalier. Available in a
variety of fabrics and styles. In stock for
immediate delivery. Add comfort and
beauty to your nursery.

starting at 29997

Riddle Lb

Ottoman sold separately.
HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed., Sat. 9:30-6;
Thurs. & Fri. 9:30-9; Sun. 12-5
OAK PARK: 22130 Coolidge (Schaeffer) at 9 Mile
ROSEVILLE: 31770 Gratiot (Next to Farmer Jack's)
ROCHESTER: 1406 Walton Blvd. (Hills Plaza)
ANN ARBOR: 200 S. Main, Tues., Wed., Thurs.,
Sat. 9:30-5:30; Mon. & Fri, 9:30-9; Closed Sun.

The ONLY Children's
Basket Company.
Call Us For All
Your Baby and
Children's Gifts!

REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

Ray A. Fox, Licensed Realtor

t--n

SELLING AT A LOSS

QUESTION: It looks like
Pm the exception to the rule. I
put a lot of money into reno-
vating an overpriced home
and now I'll have to sell at a
loss. Any suggestions?

ANSWER: You might consid-
er renting the house out for at
least a year or so before selling.
In that way, the house will be
considered a business invest-
ment and you can deduct the
loss as a business expense.
While you're renting it out you
can also benefit from other tax
benefits such as depreciation
and maintenance expense
deductions. If you sell a house
which is your primary residence
and take a loss, this loss is not
tax deductible. This is a tricky
area, so check with your
accountant.

Toy and Gift Bottoms Stuffed
Full of Function and Fun!

(Local and nationwide delivery).

Certified

MOHELim of Detroit

Reb. Hershl Roth
557-0888

THERE ARE WAYS to
soften the blow if you sell
your home at a loss.

Please phone
Ray A. Fox
or drop in at
CRANBROOK
ASSOCIATES, INC.

Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426
Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666
Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628

bruce m. weiss

Custom Jewelry

32440 Franklin Road

Franklin

26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Phone: 626-8700

in the Mayfair Shops
At Northwestern Hwy.

Presented in cooperation with

Chase Manhattan of Michigan
Jim Linnane, Second Vice President

Bloomfield Hills: 313-645-6466

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FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1990

6 '683-3999

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CHASE

Monday-Saturday 10-5:30
Thursday 10-8:30

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353-1424

MARCH 27
Dr. and
Mrs. Sheldon White (Sharon
Fine) of Oak Park are very
happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Alana
Ruth, sister to Dena Miriam
and Menachem Dovid. Proud
grandparents are Pauline
Fine and Shirley and
Lawrence White, all of Oak
Park. Alana Ruth is also the
granddaughter of the late
Morris Fine.



MARCH 23 Andrew Boyd
Robinson is very proud to
announce the birth of his
sister Hannah Lewis Robin-
son. Happy parents - are
Robert and Maureen (Boyd)
Robinson of Mount Clemens.
Thrilled grandparents are Ed-
ward and Mary Robinson of
Mount Clemens and Stanley
and Lottie Boyd of St.
Petersburg, Fla. Hannah is
named in memory of her
paternal great-great-aunt,
Hannah Yagnatinsky.



Kari Leigh
MARCH 22
Rothenberg is very proud
to announce the birth of
her brother, Benjamin Jacob.
Proud parents are Marc
and Andi (Swaab) Rothen-
berg of West Bloomfield.
Ecstatic grandparents are
Bea and Iry Vinokour of West
Bloomfield and Marilyn and
Mel Rothenberg of Birm-
ingham. Benjamin is named
in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandfather,
Benjamin Levitt and his
paternal great-grandfather,
Samuel Schwartz.



Robert and
MARCH 21
Sandra Adler proudly an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Danielle Beth,
sister to Melissa Noel. Happy
grandparents are Marcia and
Harley Adler of Pompano
Beach, Fla., and Marilyn
and Robert Reh of Alta
Loma, Calif. Great-grand-
parents are Mildred Adler
and Sylvia and Joseph May of
Southfield. Danielle Beth
is named in loving memory
of her great-great-great-aunt,
Bertha Weiner.



Gordon and
MARCH 21
Audrey (Foltyn) Deutch of
Southfield are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their son,



Ian Charles, brother to Mara
Stepanie. Ian Charles is nam-.
ed in loving memory of his
paternal grandfather, Harry
Deutch, and paternal great-
grandfather, Isadore Deutch.

MARCH 13
Burton and
Ellyn (Feinberg) Garber of
Monsey, N.Y., are pleased to
announce the birth of their
son, David Mordechai. Proud
grandparents are Sheila and
Sol Garber of West Bloomfield
and Florence and Sam Fein-
berg of Highland Park, N.J.
Joyful great-grandmothers
are Anne Burkow of South-
field and Ida Feinberg of
Highland Park, N.J. David
Mordechai was named in
loving memory of his pater-
nal great-grandfather, David
Garber.



MARCH 10

David and
Joyce (Friedman) Steinberg of
Woodland Hills, Calif., are
proud to announce the birth
of their first child, a
daughter, Stephanie Eliza-
beth. Proud grandparents are
Irving H. Steinberg of South-
field and Abe and Pearl Fried-
man of Huntington Woods.
Stephanie Elizabeth is named
in memory of her grand-
mother, Shirley Steinberg,
and her uncle, Elliot
Friedman.



MARCH 5 — Robert and
Elaine (Burstyn) Robins of
West Bloomfield joyfully
announce the birth of their
son, Aaron Seth. Sharing in
their happiness are sister
Jessica and brother Matthew.
Proud grandparents are Mor-
ris and Gertrude Burstyn of
Windsor and Simon and
Adelle Robins of West Bloom-
field. Great-grandmother is
Pearl Moskovitz. Aaron Seth
is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grand-
father, Aaron Moskovitz, and
his maternal great-grand-
father Samuel Burstyn.

FEB. 24
Dr. Jeffrey and
Marsha (Pilchik) Deitch of
West Bloomfield proudly an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Dorin Zachary. Thrilled
grandparents are Sarah
Deitch of Southfield and
Hyman and Louise Pilchik of
West Bloomfield. Proud great-
grandparents are Albert and
Rose Galinsky of Southfield.
Dorin Zachary is named in
loving memory of his paternal
uncle, David Deitch, and his
maternal great-grandmother,
Norma Pilchik.



FEB. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Eliot
Gordon Disner (Sandra Fer-
rari) announce the birth of
their daughter, Madeleine
Elisabeth, sister to Perrin and
Seth. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Disner and
Mrs. Elena Mitchell.
Madeleine is named for her



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