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September 14, 1990 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-14

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I BIRTHS I

NIRISCO

BUNKBEDS

Assorted Colors
Starting 36997
from

All chip resistant with
powder coated finish.
Twin beds and
headboards available.
Also in stock are
matching chests.

Pictured
are Bun kbed
and Duobed

Riddle Lifer

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this ad's worth
a free class at
Gymboree!"

Come and learn about
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four years to explore, along with
their parents, in 45 minute
weekly classes.
To find out more about the
exciting world of Gymboree,
bring this ad in for a free class.
We promise an unforgettable
experience.

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vol. 32

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No. I

September 5. 1987

KAREN'S BAT MITZVAH
A HUGE SUCCESS!

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relatives who
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SEPT. 2 — Steven and Laura
(Cooper) Konikow are happy
to announce the birth of their
daughter, Jamie Lee, sister to
Jennifer Lynn. Proud grand-
parents are Gail Rader of Oak
Park, Sidney Konikow of Far-
mington Hills, Dorothy
Cooper of Rochester, and Irv-
ing Cooper of Utica. Over-
joyed great-grandmothers are
Esther King and Libby
Konikow, both of Oak Park.

AUG. 31 — Larry and Cheryl
(Light) Kling of Akron, Ohio,
formerly of Southfield, are
pleased to announce the birth
of their daughter, Kayla
Rochelle, sister of Danielle
Lisa. Happy grandparents are
Laura Lee Kling of Walled
Lake, Betty Light of West
Bloomfield, and Nate Light of
Akron. Great-grandparents
are Marsha York of Oak Park,
Evelyn Gray of Farmington
Hills, and Edna Lipowicz of
West Bloomfield. Kayla
Rochelle is named in loving
memory of her great-great-
grandmother, Celia Paperno.

AUG. 31 — Tom and Dana
(Kulman) Patchak of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of Nina Shay, sister
to Jordon Ross. Thrilled
grandparents are Sam and
Marlene Kulman of Wil-
liamsville, N.Y., and Walter
and Emilie Patchak of Yp-
silanti. Proud great-grand-
mother is Mildred Mann of
Niagara Falls, N.Y. Nina Shay
(Shaina Leah) is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal great-grandmother,
Sylvia Lee Halpern.

AUG. 30 — Ted and Renee
(Blanton) Hoffman of
Houston, Texas, are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
daughter, Jennie Rebecca,
sister to Justin Scott. Proud
grandmother is Muriel Hur-
she of Southfield. Proud
great-grandmother is Ruth
Hurshe of Oak Park.

AUG. 30 — Dr. Jonathan
Kahl and Carol Waldvogel are
pleased to announce the birth
of their son, Joseph James
Waldvogel Kahl. Happy
grandparents are Dr. Richard
and Roslyn Kahl of Livonia
and Jim and Mary Ellen
Waldvogel of Glenview, Ill;
Proud great-grandmother is
Ida Katcher of San Jose, Calif.

AUG. 28 — Denise Andrea
(Ruby) and Yair Reuven of
West Bloomfield are ecstatic
to announce the birth of their
son, Shony Leib. Proud grand-
parents are Margelee Greene
and Earl Ruby of West Bloom-
field and Katy Shenkar of
Ramat Gan, Israel. Shony
Leib is named in loving

memory of his maternal
great-grandmother, Libby-
Lena Greene of Chicago.

AUG. 25 — Donald and Lor-
raine (Goodman) Skupsky of
Denver, Colo., happily an-
nounce the births of triplets,
Irene, Benjamin and
Katherine. Delighted grand-
parents are Sam and Evelyn
Skupsky of Oak Park and
Israel and Nora Goodman of
Brooklyn, N.Y.

AUG. 22 — Steve and
Stefanie (Pasman) Wollach of
Bellevue, Wash., are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
daughter, Alexa Rachel, sis-
ter to Seth Leigh. Excited
grandparents are Bob and
Joan Pasman of Southfield
and Norma Wollach of Oak
Park. Proud great-grand-
parents are Cecele and
Jack Lefton of Gulfport,
Fla., Leah Pasman of
Southfield, and Ida Ferber of
Oak Park. Alexa Rachel is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-great-
grandmother, Tilly Kaplan,
and her paternal great-grand-
mother, Libby Wollach.

AUG. 21 — Mark and Renee
(Hoffman) Feinberg of Farm-
ington Hills are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Joshua Aaron, brother to Jen-
nifer and Julie. Delighted
grandparents are Leon and
Nettie Hoffman of Tucson,
Ariz., and Harvey and Janet
Feinberg of West Bloomfield.
Thrilled great-grandmother
is Helen Ceasar of Southfield.
Joshua is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-uncle, Sam Tin-bow, and
his paternal great-uncle,
Manny Feinberg.

AUG. 21 — Tammy (Rosen)
and Bruce Gorosh of Farm-
ington Hills joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Jamie Melissa,
sister to Hilary Lynne. De-
lighted grandparents are Nor-
ma Gorosh of Southfield and
Edith and Jules Erdberg of
Queens, NY Jamie is also the
granddaughter of the late
Lawrence Gorosh and Harry
Rosen. Proud great-grand-
parents are Anna and Julius
Spielberg of Southfield. Ja-
mie Melissa (Naomi Malka)
is named in loving memory
of her paternal great-great-
grandparents, Mollie Spiel-
berg and Noah Grenadier,
and her maternal great-
grandfather, Mendel Jur-
mann.

AUG. 18 — Ben and Julie
(Tucker) Kamerman of Farm-
ington Hills are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
David Tucker Kamerman,

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