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April 12, 2007 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-04-12

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56 April 12 2007

Melissa (Miller)
and Harley Manela
of Farmington
Hills are thrilled
to announce the
birth of their son,
Manela
Jonathan Logan
(Shai Lev Natan).
Showering Jonathan with love, affec-
tion and many kisses is big brother
Jordan, soon to be 3. Proud and loving
grandparents are Herb and Eunice
Manela Samovitz of Farmington Hills.
Also welcoming Jonathan into the
family is great-grandmother Mollie
Samovitz of Southfield. Jonathan
Logan is named in loving memory of
his deeply missed maternal grand-
mother Geraldine "Jerry" Miller,
maternal great-grandfather Louis
Miller, paternal grandfather Nathan
Manela and paternal great-great-uncle
Louis Kellner. Jonathan is also the
grandson of the late Jack Miller.

Rachel Bornstein
(Rachel Benita),
daughter of
Margaret and
Adam Bornstein,
will become a bat
mitzvah on Friday,
April 13, at Temple
Bornstein
Emanu-El. Her
younger sister Carly
will share this special day. Her proud
grandparents are Lorraine and Jerome
Bookstein and Audrey and Melvin
Bornstein. She is also the great-grand-
daughter of Lillian Padover. Rachel is
named in loving memory of her pater-
nal grandmother Benita Bornstein.
Rachel is a student at Norup
International School in Oak Park. For
one of her mitzvah projects, she orga-
nized a walk to raise money for the
Bear Hug Foundation.

Noah Eric Farber,
son of Lawrence
Farber and Carina
Farber, will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel on
Saturday, April 14.
He is the brother
Farber
of Channa and the
grandson of Audrey
and Bill Farber, Mary Gustaffson and
Alan Larsson. His proud great-grand-
mother is Doris Farber.
Noah attends the Paskberg School
in Varberg, Sweden. Working with Yad
Ezra in Berkley was the mitzvah proj-
ect he felt most meaningful.

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Janis (Fishman) and David Goldstein
of Houston announce with much
love the birth of their twin daughters,
Bailey Neve (Bluma Natanya) and
Emery Rae (Eliana Rani). Happily
welcoming his sisters is big brother
Miles Barit, 41/2. Sharing with great
joy are grandparents Dee and Milt
Fishman of West Bloomfield and Kay
and Aaron Goldstein of San Antonio,
Texas. Emery and Bailey are named in
loving memory of their great-grand-
mothers Ethel Fishman, Neva Blagg
and Rae Goldstein.

Taylor Jasgur was
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah
Saturday, March 31,
at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. She
is the daughter of
Renee and Ronnie
Jasgur
Jasgur of Commerce
Twp. and the sis-
ter of Jaclyn and Matthew. Proud
grandmothers are Elaine Brickman
and Harriet Jasgur. Taylor is the
granddaughter of the late Dr. Murray
Brickman and the late Robert Jasgur.
Taylor attends Geisler Middle School
in Walled Lake. Among her many mitz-
vah projects, she has volunteered at the
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield.

Anna Bryce Rubin
(Ghana Teibel) of
Farmington Hills
will be called to
the Torah as a
bat mitzvah on
Saturday, April 14, at
Congregation B'nai
Rubin
Moshe. She is the
daughter of Berry
and Edie Rubin, the sister of Evan
and Eddie and the granddaughter of
Rebecca and Sam Borak and Mollye
Berman. Anna is also the granddaugh-
ter of the late Elaine and AI Fagenson
and the late Edward Rubin.
Anna is a seventh-grade student at
Geisler Middle School in Walled Lake.
Among the mitzvah projects she most
enjoyed was delivering Christmas
gifts with her family on Federation's
Mitzvah Day.

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