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February 01, 1991 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-02-01

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REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

c oo?
presents

ENE
A Marvelous Musical

rison. Excited grandparents
are Marge and Jerry Robbins,
and Bea and Jerry Mandell,.
all of West Bloomfield.
Delighted great-grandmother
is Molly Cooper of West
Bloomfield. Shayna Faye
(Shayna Faige) is named
in loving memory of her
great-grandmother, Faye
Mandell. Hayley Gail (Chana
Golde) is named in loving
memory of her great-grand-
mother, Helen Gerson, and
her great-great-grandmother,
Goldie Cohen.

JAN. 3 — Dr. Andrew and
Wendy (Gross) Halperin of
West Bloomfield are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
son, Grant Stephen, brother
to Brett Evan. Proud grand-
parents are David and Sheila
Gross of Farmington Hills,
and Jerome and Margot Hal-
perin of Birmingham. Over-
joyed great-grandparents are
Harry and Rae Brody, Bert
Binkow, and Jack and Har-
riet Halperin. Grant Stephen
is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grand-
father, Samuel Binkow.

JAN. 2 — Steven and Ifi
(Gossios) Burg of Medford
Mass., formerly of Detroit, are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their son, Jonathan Marcus
Burg. Proud grandparents are
Irene and Seymour Burg of
Southfield, and Maryann and
Athens Gossios of Boston.
Jonathan Mark is named in
loving memory of his great-
grandfathers, Jack Bluestein
Blue and Ben Burg.

DEC. 30 — James and Debra
Gordon of Ann Arbor joyfully
announce the birth of their
son, Max Norman, brother to
Alexandra Nicole. Proud
grandparents are Phyllis and
Edwin Bean and Rhea and
Michael Blume. Proud great-
grandparents are Sarah
Brown, Betty and Joseph
Bean, and Lillie Roubeck.
Max Norman is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
grandfather, Norman Gordon.

DEC. 12 — Ron and Arlene
(Stoler) Gottlieb of Chandler,
Ariz., are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Marshall Ethan, brother to
Julian David. Proud grand-
parents are Bill and Elaine
Stoler of Farmington Hills,
and Lillian Gottlieb of Harris-
burg, Pa. Great-grandfather is
Louis Stoler of Tamarac, Fla.
Marshall Ethan (Mendel
Kaleb) is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandfather, Max Cohen,
and maternal great-grand-
mother, Kayla Stoler.

Ray A. Fox, Licensed Realtor

FIREPLACE FLUNKS AS HEATER

LIFE & TIMES OF

QUESTION: Is a fireplace an
effective method of heating a
house?

HANS
CHRISTIAN
ANDERSON

2:00 p.m.

Sunday, February 10th

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