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64 Friday, June 29, 1984

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June 20 — William Pul-
tusker and Jo Robin Davis
of Huntington Woods pro-
udly announce the birth of a
daughter, Rachel Shawn.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Davis of
Franklin and Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Pultusker of Oak
Park. Proud great-
grandparents are Mrs.
Margaret Leebove, Arthur
Leebove and Max Davis.

June 18 — Hayim and Ei-
leen Gross (nee Eileen Sil-
verman) of Huntington
Woods proudly announce
the birth of a daughter,
Aliza Baila, sister to Re-
becca Sharona, P.N. and
Noah Solomon. Proud
grandparents are Rebbitzen
Blanka Gross of Jerusalem,
Israel, and .Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Silverman of South-
field. Proud great-
grandmothers are Mrs.
Anna Berg and Mrs. Rose
Silverman, both of Oak
Park. Aliza is named in lov-
ing memory of her paternal
great-grandmother and her
paternal great-aunt.

June 17 — Darlene
Merin-Zietz and Lawrence
Zietz, former Detroiters of
Hollywood, Fla., proudly
announce the birth of a
daughter, Jessica Danielle,
brother to Jonathan David.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. William (Beatrice)
Zietz of Tamarac, Fla., and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
(Maritza) Merin of South-
field. Proud great-
grandparents are Pepi
Mermelstein of Oak Park
and Alexander Hartman of
Caracas, Venezuela.

June 15 — Former De-
troiter Warren and Estelle
Spinner (nee Estelle Lepow
of New Orleans, La.) of Buf-
falo Grove, Ill., proudly an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Rachel Michelle. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Lepow of Metarie,
La.; Mrs. Betty Spinner of
Oak Park; and Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Spinner, also of Oak
Park. Proud great-
grandmother is Mrs. Fanny
Greenberg of Southfield.
Rachel is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmothers Ray
Berk and Molly Lepow.

June 14 — David and
Laurie Ordin (nee Laurie
Applebaum), former De-
troiters of Lafayette, Calif.,
proudly announce the birth
of a daughter, Ashleigh Ro-
bin, sister to Michael, Adam
and Ricky. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Applebaum of
Huntington Woods and Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Ordin of
Royal Oak. Proud great-
grandfather is Joseph
Chafetz of Oak Park.

June 13 — Gary and Enid
Goodman (nee Enid
Schwartz)' of Bloomfield
Hills proudly announce the
birth of a son, Brandon

Scott, brother to Roger
Lawrence. Proud
grandparents are Lillian
Schwartz of Birmingham
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert E.
Goodman of Bloomfield
Hills. Brandon also is the
grandson of the late Mr.
Larry M. Schwartz.

June 11 — Joan and
Howard Davis (nee Joan
Adell) of Franklin proudly
announce the birth of a
daughter, Erica Adell.
Proud grandparents are
Mrs. Eve Davis of Oak Park,
Mrs. Serene Adell of South-
field and Robert Adell of
Dallas, Tex. Proud great-
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Morris of
Miami Beach, Fla., and
Mrs. Charlotte Adell Of Dal-
las. Erica is named in loving
memory of her grandfather
Mr. Irwin Davis.

June 10 — Paul and Beth
Engler (nee Bertha
Herzberg) of Oa Park pro-
udly announce the birth of a
daughter, Erica Gayle.
Erica is named in loving
memory of her paternal
grandfather, Emil
Herzberg, and aunt Gizella
Braun.

June 5 — Alene Franklin
and Jeff Lipshaw of
Plymouth proudly an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Arielle Beth. Proud
grandparents are Baylee
Franklin of Huntington
Woods, Gilbert Franklin of
Aspen, Colo.,'Mr. and Mrs.
Murray (Renata) need of
Huntington Woods and

Harold Lipshaw of Califor-
nia. Proud • great-
grandparents are Sarah
Hurwitz of. Oak Park, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan (Rose)
Milstein of Davisburg,
Mich., Blanka Gruenbaum
of Oak Park'and Anna Lip-
shaw of Southfield.

May 28 — Dr. Charles
and Debra Berk (nee Debra
Nick) proudly announce the
birth of a daughter, Chelsea
Elizabeth. Proud
grandparents are Mrs. Eve
Berk of Southfield and Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Nick of Troy.
Chelsea also is the
granddaughter of the late
Dr. Meyer Berk. Proud
great-grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Max Tannenhaus
of Oak Park.

May 24 — Tom and Fran
Hildebrandt (nee Fran
Shiovitz) of Southfield pro-
udly announce the birth of a
son, panel Marc, brother to
Matthew and Michael.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Shiovitz
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hil-
debrandt. Daniel is named
in loving memory of his
great-aunts Blanche Baren
and Minnie Shiovitz.

March 27 — George
Schwartz and former De-
troiter Gail Solish of To-
ronto, Ont., proudly an-
nounce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Deborah Hyla, sister to
Seth Moses. Proud
grandmothers are Mrs.
Gussie Solish and Mrs.
Irene Schwartz, both of To-
ronto.

West Bank relics included
in NY art museum exhibit

New York (JTA) — The
Metropolitan Museum of
Art has announced that it
will stage in the fall of 1986
an exhibit of archeological
artifacts from Israel that in-
clude many items from the
West Bank. The items from
the West Bank have been
the subject of a dispute
which held up the proposed
exhibit for nearly two years.
"The final selection
hasn't been made, but some
of the moie beautiful things
in the region are from that
area, and we're going to pick
them based on artistic
merit," said William
Macomber, the Metropoli-
tan's president, at a news
conference at City Hall last
week.

A similar exhibit as the
ong now scheduled by the
Metropolitan was canceled
by the Smithsonian Institu-
tion. The Metropolitan had
intended to show the Smith-
sonian exhibit, which was to
have opened last month,
when it left Washington.
The Metropolitan repor-
tedly said that it would pre-
sent its own show should the
Smithsonian decide against
staging one of its own.

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Israel decided against
providing items to the
Smithsonian exhibit be-
cause it wanted to exclude
items froni the occupied
West Bank, housed in the
Rockefeller Museum in
East Jerusalem. Israel. was
concerned that Arab
groups may sue, claiming
ownership of the items from
the West Bank.

But last month, the State
Department issued a docu-
ment, called a certificate of
immunity from judicial sei-
zure, that provides protec-
tion for foreign exhibits
from lawsuits from other
countries.
The Metropolitan can-
celed the exhibit two.ears
ago saying that it was con-
cerned with providing pro-
per security for the exhibit
and also that it considered
.the showing of artificats
from disputed territory in-
appropriate.
Many of the items to be
displayed by the Metropoli-
tan have never before been
displayed outside the Mid-
dle East. They will include
items from prehistoric
times to the . Byzantine
period.



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