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February 14, 1992 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-14

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REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

FINAL WEEK AT
THIS LOCATION

nounce the birth of their son,
Eric Scott. Thrilled big sister
is Julie Anne. Proud grand-
parents are Dodo Kepes of
Southfield, Ronald Kepes of
Miami, Fla., and Nathan
Singer of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla. Great-grandparents are
Irene and Arthur Kepes of
North Miami Beach, Fla. Eric
is named in loving memory of
his paternal grandmother,
Ada Singer, and his maternal
great-grandparents, Elsie and
Seymour Kaplan.

DEC. 26 — Stuart Rosenberg
and Teresa Smith-Rosenberg
of Canton welcome with love
the birth of their son, Zachary
Alan, brother to Stephanie
Anne. Proud grandparents
are Marvin and Charlotte
Rosenberg of Southfield and
Duane and Eileen Smith of
Jackson. Sharing in their
happiness are great-grand-
mother, Anne Keltz of Oak
Park, and great-grand-
parents, Albert and Violet
Hess of Napoleon.

DEC. 14 — Karen (Kane) and
David Munger of Dayton,
Ohio, announce the birth of
their daughter, Allie Hilary
Munger. Ecstatic grand-
parents are Edith and Sam
Kane of Southfield, Cinne
and Dick Neff and Ray and
Ruth Munger of Dayton. Allie
is named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grand-
father.

NOV. 21 — Mark and Gail
(Shiffman) Hennes of Oak
Park joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter, Rina
Chaya. Sharing in their joy
are grandparents Lois and
Milton Shiffman of West
Bloomfield and Laya and
Richard Hennes of Stevens-
ville, Mich. Proud great-
grandparents are Rose Gold
and Florence and Irving
Hermelin of Southfield. Rina
Chaya is named in loving
memory of her paternal
great-grandmother, Ida
Singer.

.

SEPT. 3 — Leslie and Patti
(Ahern) Gutfreund of Edison,
N.J., are ecstatic to announce
the birth of their son Max
Joseph. Sharing their hap-
piness is big sister Ashley
Hannah. Excited grand-
parents are Maxine Gut-
freund of Oak Park and
Sander Gutfreund of New
Hampshire and Carolyn and
Henry Ahern of Newaygo.
Proud great-grandmother is
Theresa Moses of Oak Park.
Max is named in loving
memory of his paternal
great-great-grandfather, Max
Bloom, and his maternal
great-grandfather, Joseph
Pinchot.

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 1992

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Licensed Realtor

THE FINAL MOMENT

QUESTION: I have looked at
several homes with my Realtor.
I have finally made a mental
decision on the particular
house I want to buy. What is
the next -step?
ANSWER: Let your REAL-
TOR handle the actual price
negotiations. This is always the
toughest and most sensitive
part of any home purchase.
He's an expert in this type of
negotiation. He knows both
party's financial positions, and
can usually come out with a
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Not all homes sell at the asking
price — but don't ask him to
do the impossible.

ONCE YOU'VE made your
decision to buy, let the
Realtor handle the price
negotiations.

Please Phone
Ray A. Fox
or drop in at

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 85

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