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January 11, 1991 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-11

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and Steven Daniel. Proud
grandparents are Ida and
Morris Weider of Farmington
Hills, Dorothy Weinberg
McKinney of Miami, Fla.,
Jack Millman of West Bloom-
field, and great-grandmother,
Jenny Millman of Miami
Beach. Evan Grant is named
in loving memory of his pater-
nal great-grandparents, Edith
and Leo Weinberg, and mater-
nal great-grandmother, Golda
Gelbart Brooks.

DEC. 2 — Ben and Vicki

(Rubin) Waxenberg of Hunt-
ington Woods are pleased
to announce the birth of
their son, Scott Adam,
brother to Stephanie Lynn.
Proud grandparents are Janis
Waxenberg of Huntington
Woods and Zoli and Agi
Rubin of Southfield. Excited
great-grandmother is Bessie
Goodman of Southfield.
Ecstatic great-aunt is
Margitka Goldstein of Israel.
Scott Adam is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
grandfather, Stanley Waxen-
berg and his maternal great-
grandfather, Abraham Katz.

Congratulations!

Every baby is unique
and we are delighted to
offer the birth an-
nouncement column as
a service to the com-
munity. We must caution
our readers, however, to
use good taste in mak-
ing their announcement.
The Jewish News
reserves the right to edit
any announcement.
Birth announcements
must be typewritten,
double-spaced, and in-
clude a daytime phone
number of the sender.
Please include the date
of the birth and cities of
residence for the baby's
family and grand-
parents.
Announcements re-
ceived by 10 a.m. Tues-
day will be considered
for that Friday's paper,
but space limitations
may delay publication.

LOCAL NEWS 11• 1

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The Gamma Kappa Chi
Fraternity of Wayne State
University will hold a series
of luncheon meetings during
January. Meetings will take
place 12:30 p.m. at the South-
field Charlie's Restaurant.
For information, call Sam
Soskin, 626-4952; or Phil
Rothschild, 543-7544.

Ray A. Fox, Licensed Realtor

CONDO BOUNDS OF OWNERSHIP

QUESTION: Just what is a
condominium and what would
be my bounds of ownership in
relation to the other inhabitants
if I purchased one?

ANSWER: Condominium is
a latin word meaning, "own
together" and is a form of
ownership whereby individuals
can own an apartment, town
house or other type complex. It
is much the same as owning your
own home except the structure
in which your apartment is
located, the hallways, facilities
and the grounds are owned in
common. In short, you own the
interior space within the walls of
your apartment. Everything else
is owned in common with the
others and the expense of main-
taining the "common elements"
is shared by all.

AS A CONDO OWNER, you
own the interior space of
your living quarters. Every-
thing else is owned in com-
mon.

Please phone

Ray A. Fox
or drop in at

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ASSOCIATES, INC.

32440 Franklin Road
Franklin

Phone: 626-8700

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For more information call the Teen Office at
661-1000, ext. 269 or 335.

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PORTRAITS

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PHOTOGRAPHS
OF CHILDREN

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Birmingham

FOR APPOINTMENT CALL

Gamma Kappa Chi
Sets Meetings

REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

646-6951

MARCIA BOXMAN
NANETTE CARNICK
ELAINE YAKER.

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old babysitter.
2. Tell them you'll have a wider selection

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