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December 18, 1992 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-18

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Shaarey Zeelek
Beth 4-1-ayeleci
1.114rsery School

DEC. 4 - Jon and Jan (Gold-
stein) Frank of Bloomfield
Township joyfully announce the
birth of Charles Ross, brother
to Andrew. Sharing in their joy
are grandparents, Les and Sue
Goldstein of Southfield, Harvey
and Esther Frank of West
Bloomfield, and great-grand-
mothers, Arm Goldstein and
Sylvia Globe of Southfield.
Charlie is named in loving
memory of great-grandmothers,
Celia Perlman, Rose Frank and
great-great-grandmother, Ida
Goldstein.

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NOV. 30 Stuart and Suzanne
(Altman) Gildenberg of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Mitchell Brian (Michael Baruch
Chaiyim). Proud big sister is
Melissa Shelby. Delighted
grandparents are Dr. Jules and
Deborah Altman of Bloomfield
Hills and David and Vivian
Gildenberg of West Bloomfield.
Mitchell Brian is named in lov-
ing memory of his maternal
great-grandfather, Max (Mi-
chael) Levine; his maternal
great-grandmother, Bella Alt-
man Wiss; and his paternal
great-grandmother, Ida Gilden-
berg Kline.

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NOV. 30
Marc and Alisa
(Lowenthal) Carlson of West
Bloomfield are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Blake Ryan (Shalom Tov). Ex-
cited grandparents are Bob and
Elaine Lowenthal of Southfield
and Richard and Shirley Carl-
son of Jamestown, N.Y. Blake
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Sam and Vicki
NOV. 24
(Philips) Gross of Beverly Hills
proudly announce the birth of
their first child, Natalie Eliza-
beth. Excited grandmothers are
Lucy Gross of Royal Oak and
Gloria Philips of Tempe, Ariz.
Natalie Elizabeth is named in
loving memory of her paternal
great-uncle, Norman Meyer,
and maternal great-grand-
mother, Elizabeth Bateman.

-

NOV. 24 Brian and Julie
(Brenner) Unatin of Hunting-
ton Woods announce with joy
the birth of their son, Jared
Louis (Rachmiel Label). Proud
grandparents are Jerry and
Sandra Brenner of Southfield
and Pearl Unatin of Lathrup
Village. Jared's delighted great-
grandmothers are Reka Gold-
stein and Becky Unatin. Jared
is named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grandfather,
Milton Rogers, and paternal
grandfather, Louis Unatin.

-

NOV. 22 Stewart and Lori
Grodman, former Detroiters of
California, proudly announce

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the birth of their son, Jacob
Matthew. Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Mintz and Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Grodman are the proud grand-
parents. Jacob is named after
his great-uncle, Julian Jacob
Klein (Yaakov), and his great-
grandfather, Abraham Grod-
man (Avrom); and his
great-grandmother, Marian
(Mary) Rothman (Matityahu).
Big brothers, Ryan and Danny,
are very happy.

NOV. 1 Ron and Amy (Pos-
ner) Grigal of Traverse City are
very happy to announce the
birth of their daughter, Kelsey
Elizabeth. Proud grandparents
are Madeline Posner Rosenfield
of West Bloomfield; Ronald Gri-
gal Sr. of Indian Rocks Beach,
Fla; Ilene Dorofee of Tuckerton,
N.J.; and great-grandmother,
Mary Grigal of Winfield Park,
N.J. Kelsey is named in loving
memory of her maternal grand-
father, Dr. Irwin B. Posner.

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AUG. 21 Kathryn (Gilson)
and Stephen Sussman of
Bloomfield Hills are happy to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Hillary Michelle. Lov-
ing and proud grandmothers
are Rosaline Gilson of West
Bloomfield and Zelma Sussman
of Farmington Hills. Hillary
Michelle is named in memory of
her paternal grandfather, Her-
man Sussman, and her mater-
nal great-grandmother, Mollie
Kane.

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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 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.

On April 13, 1948, 78 Jewish
doctors and nurses were

killed when their convoy to
the Hadassah hospital on
Mt. Scopus was ambushed in
Sheikh Jarrah by Arab
bands.

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