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November 08, 1991 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-08

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I BIRTHS

CLASS
ROOM

Bellini Juvenile Designer
Furniture will transform the
ordinary bedroom into a
Class Room. Create an
environment for your child
that reflects timeless luxury,
safety and beauty in
juvenile furnishings.

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Bellini. The Ultimate expression in child care.

aEL L. IN/

1875 S. WOODWARD • BIRMINGHAM 48011
1 Block North of 14 Mile

644-0525

Where Kids Come First!

PARTY
KITCHEN

5999

JUMBO
HIDE 'N SLIDE

74 99

Good thru 11 - 14 - 91

H ddie Lifdd

FARMINGTON

37025 Grand River - 442-7500
Mon.-Fri. 10-9, Sun 12-5
Also located in Rochester Hills,
Roseville, Ann Arbor, Oak Park

Koochie Koo.

Specializing in a full
range of layettes and
unique children's apparel.

Orchard Mall • Orchard Lake Road at Maple 855-8818

100 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1991

OCT. 26 — It is with much
nachas that Gary and Julie
(Peritz) Nitzkin announce the
birth of their daughter,
Rachel Sarah. Proud grand-
parents are Donald and Flo-
rence Nitzkin of Farmington
Hills and Harold and Marilyn
Peritz of Southfield. Beaming
great-grandparents are
Eugene and Edith Ketchel of
West Bloomfield, Sid and Bea
Benjamin of Del Ray Beach,
Fla., and Martha Nitzkin of
Sunrise, Fla. Rachel Sarah is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-great-
grandmother, Sarah Radner.

(Ostwald) Soskin of Daly Ci-
ty, Calif., joyfully announce
the arrival of their first child,
Aaron Michael. The delighted
grandparents are Gail and
Alan Soskin of Southfield,
Beverly Konkoff of Sacramen-
to, Calif., and Tom and Joan
Ostwald of Rancho Mirage,
Calif. Pleased great-grand-
parents are Lena and Sam
Aizenberg of Sacramento,
Calif. Aaron Michael is nam-
ed in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather,
Otto Hyman, and his mater-
nal great-grandfather, Martin
Aizenberg.

OCT. 23 — Marc and Margie
(Williams) Davis of Oak Park,
happily announce the birth of
their first child, Justin Ben-
jamin. Proud grandparents
are Dr. Richard Williams and
Ron and Diane (Arkin) Davis,
all of Bloomfield Hills. Proud
great-grandma is Elizabeth
Ruskin of Southfield. Justin
also is the grandson of the
late Marian Ruskin Williams
and Anne Loewy Williams.
Justin Benjamin (Chanan
Boruch Benyomin) is named
in loving memory of great-
grandparents Jean and Ben-
jamin Arkin, Benjamin Wil-
liams and Beatrice Davis.

OCT. 15 — Katherine and
Brian Gould of Lawrenceville,
Ga., proudly announce with
love the birth of their son,
Spenser Avery. Excited grand-
parents are Leonard and
Zelda Gould of Delray Beach,
Fla., formerly of Southfield,
and Peter and Grace Kalil of
Birmingham. Spenser Avery
is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grand-
father, Samuel Burlak.

OCT. 22 — Daniel and Judy
(Wenner) Fox of Scottsdale,
Ariz., are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Seth Michael. Ecstatic big
brother is Evan Jacob. Proud
grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Harry Wenner of Scotts-
dale and Mrs. Jack Fox of
Omaha, Neb. Seth is named
in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandmother,
Sarah Wenner.

OCT. 21 — Mark and Kelly
Cornfield of Farmington Hills
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Taylor Quinn,
sister to Max Ryan. Proud
grandparents are Bill and
Joanne Mara of The Wood-
lands, Texas; Jack and Bar-
bara Ginsberg of Southfield;
Sheldon and Dee Cornfield of
West Bloomfield. Taylor is
named in loving memory of
her great-grandparents, Man-
nie and Doris Cornfield.

OCT. 18 — Carolyn and
Steven Mattler are proud to
announce the birth of their
son, Scott Mitchell, brother to
Sara. Proud grandparents are
Harvey and Rose Rice of Far-
mington Hills and Martin
and Elaine Mattler of Bloom-
field Hills. Scott's name is in
memory of his great-grand-
fathers, Maurice Siden and
Abraham Mattler, and great-
grandmother, Esther Rice.

OCT. 17 — Neil and Karen

OCT. 8 — Michael and Karen
(Blum) Kelman welcome with
love, their son, Justin Craig.
Excited big sister is Saman-
tha Brooke. Thrilled grand-
parents are Rochelle and Irv-
ing Blum of West Bloomfield
and Naomi and Jerry Kelman
of Bloomfield Hills. Proud
great-grandparents are Rae
and Julius Klempner of Oak
Park and Alice and Phillip
Ruskin of Southfield. Justin
Craig is named in loving
memory of his paternal uncle,
Jay Robert Kelman, and his
maternal uncle, Craig Joel
Blum.

OCT. 1 — Lisa (Aaron) and
Daniel Kurzmann are thrill-
ed to announce the birth of
their third son, Ari Herschel
(Aryeh Yechezkel), brother to
David and Matthew. Grand-
parents are Stanley and
Carole Aaron and Marjorie
and Maurice Kurzmann.
Great-grandmother is Bertha
Aaron. Ari Herschel is named
in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandfather,
Harry (Aryeh) Stone, and
paternal great-grandfather,
Harry (Yechezkel) Davidson.

SEPT. 28 — Drs. Sheryl
Neuman and Mark Hyman
are thrilled to announce the
birth of their son, Ari
Raphael. Proud grandparents
are Shirley and Marvin
Hyman of Southfield and
Helen and Bill Neuman of
Los Angeles, Calif. Happy
great-grandparents are Edith
and Morris Berk of South-
field. Ari is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandfather, Abraham
Neuman.

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