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August 18, 1995 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-18

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Births

Bring in your roll of film
with your newborn baby in
the hospital, for developing,
and receive a
certificate for 25 Free
Baby Announcements.

Julia Hite
February 25
8 lbs., 4 oz.

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Open Mon. - Fri. 9 AM - 6 PM
Sat. 10 AM - 5 PM

Children's • Layette

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6718-C Orchard Lake Road
In The W. Bloomfield Plaza • 855-3214

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JULY 8—Erik and Geraldine
(Vromen) Perlstein of Farming-
ton Hills are proud to announce
the birth of their son, Alec Hugh
(Yosef). Proud grandparents are
Phillip and Susan Perlstein of
Southfield and Peter and Netty
Vromen of Leusden, Netherlands.
Delighted great-grandparents are
Martha Bigman of Oak Park,
Samuel and Mollie Perstein of
Boca Raton Fla., (formerly of Dal-
las), and Gerda Vromen of Stein,
Netherlands. Alec Hugh is
named in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather,
Joseph Biginan, and maternal
great-grandfather, Hubertus
Vromen.

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(1 Mile West or Haggerty Rd. between Welch Rd. & Decker Rd.)

baby and me

AUG. 3—Erica Peresman and
David Jaffe of Birmingham are
delighted to announce the birth
of their daughter, Mara Alissa
Jaffe. Excited big sister is Adela
Ariel. Sharing in the happiness
are grandparents, Faye and
Edgar Peresman of Las Vegas,
Nev., Leonore and Miles Jaffe of
Harbor Springs, Mich.; great-
grandmother, Sylvia Jaffe of
Southfield. Mara is named in lov-
ing memory of her great-uncle,
Murray Mendelson, and her
great-grandfather, Joseph Big-
man.

JULY 15—Faith and Peter
(Goldin) Hewett of Hudsonville,
Mich., announce with great joy
the birth of their second son, Ian
Miles. With much love, Ian is wel-
comed by his older brother, Alec
Benjamin. Proud grandparents
are Charlotte and Seward Goldin
of Southfield Eileen and John
Hewett of Plymouth; great-grand-
mother, Mildred Hewett of Lans-
ing. Ian Miles is named in loving
memory of his maternal great-
grandfather, Max (Mordechai)
Goldin.

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women is now open
Monday-Friday
ANNIE
KNITWEAR
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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AUG. 6—Barbara Sue Chernoff
and Samuel Allen Saroli of St.
Clair Shores are thrilled to an-
nounce the arrival of their son,
Jacob Alexander. Ecstatic first-
time grandparents are Marilyn
Chernoff of Bloomfield Hills,
Kathy Saroli of Clinton Twp., and
Samuel Raphael Saroli of Clin-
ton Twp.

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self-examination —
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SOCIElY
CANCER.

JULY 7 Craig and Karen
(Zucker) Casman of West Bloom-
field are thrilled to announce the
birth of their son, Ryan Scott.
Excited big sister is Sarah Paige.
Proud grandparents are Bill and
Gerrie Zucker of West Bloom-
field and Paul and June Casman
also of West Bloomfield. Ryan is
named in loving memory of his
paternal great-great-uncle, Dave
Reisman, and his maternal
great-aunt, Sylvia Cooperman.



JULY 3—Merrick and Eliza-
beth Blumenthal of Bloomfield
Hills, proudly announce the
birth of their son, Michael Scott.
Excited big sister is Marissa
Sarah. Sharing in their joy is
proud grandmother, Leonore
Bernstein. Michael Scott also is
the grandson of the late Sey-
mour Blumenthal and the late
Dorothy MacDonald and Donald
MacDonald. Michael Scott is
named in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather,
Samuel Berman.

JUNE 10—Daniel and Cheryl
(Fell) Labes of Sylvan Lake wel-
come with much love the birth
of their daughter, Natalie Faye
(Tali Frima). Sharing in their joy
and excitement are big brother
Joey, grandparents Allen and
Lenore Fell of Southfield, Dr.
James and Ellen Labes of
Bloomfield Hills and great-
grandmother Mildred Fell of
Southfield. Natalie Faye is
named in loving memory of her
paternal great-grandmother,
Florence Labes.

JUNE 4—Michael and Naomi
(Meeron) Behrmann of Hunt-
ington Woods are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their third
daughter, Matilda Lee. Excited
big sisters are Katie Fay and
Mindy Ellen. Proud grandpar-
ents are Mickey and Bunny
Behrmann of Huntington Woods
and Evelyn Meeron of Oak Park.
"Tilly" is named in loving mem-
ory of her maternal grandfather,
Morton Meeron, and her pater-
nal great-great-aunt, Lillian
Schwartz.

APRIL 6—Marshall and Elaine
(Plocinik) Isaacs of Farmington
JULY 8—Mark and Angela (Sil- Hills welcome with great love
ver) Kozin of Farmington Hills the birth of their children, Hai-
welcome with love their daugh- ley Melissa and Blake Andrew
ter, Jenna Paige. Sharing in their (Baruch Chaim). Sharing in
happiness are grandparents, their joy are the grandparents,
Louis and Renee Silver of Delray Jordan and Sydelle Isaacs of
Beach, Fla., Annette and Frank Farmington Hills and Joanne
Kozin of West Bloomfield; Suzie and Anthony Plocinik of East-
Syme, also of West Bloomfield. pointe; and great-grandmother
Jenna Paige is named in loving Ann Isaacs of Palm Springs, Fla.
memory of her paternal great- Blake Andrew is named in the
grandfather, Jerry Messer, and loving memory of his great-un-
her maternal great-uncle, Woolf cles, Burton Isaacs and Harvey
(Willie) Weinberg.
Shapiro.

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