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January 04, 1991 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-04

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OUT OF 4 CHILDREN IS OVERWEIGHT

nounce the birth of Alexander
Abraham Aliweil, brother to
Jacob Reed. Alexander is the
grandson of Alice Aliweil of
Southfield and is named in
memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, Abraham
Thou.

NOV. 10 — Shel and Andrea
Jacobs (Blitstein) of West
Bloomfield proudly announce
the birth of their daughter,
Lauren (Gavrilla-Aliza), sister
to Benjamin, Deborah, and
Barbara. Ecstatic grand-
parents are Nate and Roma
Blitstein of Southfield. Proud
great-grandmother is Minnie
Blitstein of Toronto. Lauren is
named in loving memory of
her great-grandmother, Ger-
trude Seltzer, and great-great-
aunt, Ida Green.

OCT. 31 — Dr. Michael
and Ellen (Brody) Chand-
ler of New York, N.Y., joyful-
ly announce the arrival of
their son, Jonathan Paul.
Proud grandparents are
Dr. Douglas and Sylvia
Chandler of Birmingham and
Dr. Eugene Brody of New
York City. Thrilled great-
grandmother is Nettie Green
of Birmingham.

AUG. 22 — Peter and Bar-
bara (Hollender) James of
West Bloomfield joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Benson Seth, brother to An-
drew Loren. Delighted grand-
parents are Solomon and
Stella Hollender of Southfield
and Bert and Donna James of
Windsor, Ontario. Excited
great-grandmother is Rose
Baggleman of Oak Park.

AUG. 15 — Carol (Brown) and
Brad White of Chicago joyful-
ly announce the arrival of
their daughter, Abigail Sara.
Proud grandparents are
Helen and William White of
St. Joseph, Mich., Morris
Brown of Farmington Hills,
and Lois and Emanuel Mark
of Ridgefield, Conn., and Far-
mington Hills. Abby is nam-
ed in loving memory of her
paternal great-grandmother,
Sayde Golden, and her mater-
nal great-grandmother, Sadie
Brown.

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in 1991 6:15 p.m. Jan. 9 at the
synagogue.
Folowing the meeting, a
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QUESTION: I just don't
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Should I be concerned with this
problem or is it just the big
things that count in making the
sale?
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for itself. Many noticeable,
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and clear that the homeowner
has not been taking proper care
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A potential buyer will NOT
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Please

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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