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October 16, 1992 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-16

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COMMUNITY TAY SACHS
SCREENING PROGRAM

October 25
10 a.m. TO 1 p.m.

Sinai Hospital's Berry Health Center
28500 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills

Tay Sachs is a rare genetic disease that a baby inherits from both

parents which causes progressive destruction of the central nervous

system and death by age five. There is no cure for the disease.

Most carriers are Jews of Eastern European descent.

You should be tested if you are over age 1 7, considering marriage

or pregnancy, or had been tested for the disease prior to 1980.

No appointments are necessary for the screening. The cost is $10.

This event is sponsored by the Sinai Hospital Guild, the Sinai

department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Jolson AZA

Chapter of the Michigan Region B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.

For more information, call Robin Gold at 493-6060.

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Lambert of West Bloomfield.
Proud great-grandparents are
Bess Gonte of San Francisco,
Calif., Joseph and Sylvia
Lambert of Bloomfield Hills.
Andrew Michael is named in
loving memory of his paternal
aunt, Beverly Ann Lambert,
and maternal great-grand-
mother, Mollie Craine.

SEPT. 21 — David and Susan
(Kaftan) Deutsch welcome
with much love their son,
Daniel George. Proud grand-
parents are Sam and Sylvia
Deutsch of Huntington Woods
and Sheldon and Mari Kaftan
of West Bloomfield. Daniel is
also blessed with three great-
grandparents, Allen and
Gloria Kaftan of Birmingham
and Annabel Topper of
Chicago, Ill. Daniel, whose
Hebrew name is Sharon
Yosef, is named in loving
memory of his paternal
greeat-aunt, Shirley Price,
and his maternal great-
grandfather, George Topper.

SEPT. 20 — Brian and Diane
(Lederman) Lonnerstater of
Farmington Hills are
delighted to announce the
birth of their son, Brandon
Joel, brother of Matthew
David. Sharing in their joy
are grandparents, Martin and
Sheila Lederman and Henry
and Shirley Lonnerstater.
Proud great-grandmother is
Lillian Lederman of South-
field. Brandon (Benyamin
Hillel) is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandmothers, Bessie Sirota
and Hedy Lonnerstater.

SEPT. 17 — Bruce and Nan-
cy (Canvasser) Abrams of
Chicago, Ill., joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Alec Michael, brother to
Lindsay Rae. Sharing in their
joy are grandparents, Byron
and Maxine Canvasser of
Bloomfield Hills, and Ruth
Abrams of Des Plaines, Ill.
Alec is also the grandson of
the late Leonard Abrams.
Happy great-grandmother is
Margaret Silverman. Alec
Michael is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandmother, Ada Can-
vasser, and his maternal
great-grandfather, Jack
Gordon.

Hilda Siegel, and her mater-
nal great-grandmother,
Amelia Zahn.

SEPT. 17 — Michael and
Karen (Steiner) Thirman of
Skokie, Ill., welcome with
much love the birth of their
son, Daniel Paul, brother of
Jonathan. Sharing in their
joy are proud grandparents,
Marcel and Magdalena Thir-
man of West Bloomfield and
Phyllis and Bob Steiner of
Glenview, Ill. Daniel Paul is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-
grandfather and paternal
uncle.

SEPT. 15 — Larry and Aleen
(Tucker) Gladstone of West
Bloomfield are delighted to
announce the birth of their
son, Daniel Harris. Excited
big brothers are Jeremy Kyle
and Zachary Adam. Sharing
in their joy are grandparents,
Bernie and Roz Tucker of
Southfield and Manny and
Roen Klein of Scottsdale,
Ariz. Proud great-
grandmother is Edith Tucker
of Brooklyn, N.Y. Daniel Har-
ris is named in loving
memory of his maternal and
paternal great-grandfathers,
David Rosenberg and David
Caplan, and his maternal
great-grandfather, Herman
Tucker.

SEPT. 9 — Jeffrey and Mar-
tha (Price) Siegel of San Jose,
Calif., are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Emma Gayle, sister
of Daniel James. Proud
grandparents are Marion and
Jim Siegel of Beverly Hills,
and Pat and Vernon Price of
Los Altos, Calif.

SEPT. 6 — Rabbi Jeremy and
Susan (Kendler) Kagan of
Har Nof, Israel, proudly
welcome the birth of their
daughter, Sara. Joining in
their joy are big brother,
Chaim Yitzchak, and sister,
Zehava. Delighted grand-
parents are Rita Kendler of
Southfield and Dr. Abe and
Marion Kagan of Hawaii and
Boston. Thrilled great-
grandparents are Max Golds-
tein of Oak Park and Ray
Gross of England.

AUG. 30 — Jeffrey and Mary

SEPT. 17 — Stuart Logan

and Debbie Szobel Logan of
Bloomfield Township joyfully
announce the birth of their
daughter, Chloe Aliyah
(Tamar Aliyah). Thrilled
grandparents are Jerome and
Marilyn Logan and David
and Lydia Szobel; happy
great-grandmother is Ida
Logan. Chloe is named in lov-
ing memory of her paternal
great-grandmother, Tillie

Kate Weinger (Hathaway)
joyfully announce the birth of
their son, Daniel Sidney.
Delighted grandparents are
Milt and Roz Weinger of
Southfield and Judge
William and Catherine
Hathaway of Detroit. Daniel
is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grand-
mother, Betty Klein and
paternal great-uncle, Sidney
Samovitz.

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