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September 14, 1984 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-14

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Friday, September 14, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Bibs, rattles, and soft toys
Gourmet foods for Mom
A cigar and golf magazine for Dad
A coloring book and crayons for the older
brother and sister

Sept. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Schwartz (nee Florence
Hochberg) of West Bloomfield an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Mathew Nathan. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Hochberg of Grand Rapids
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Schwartz of Youngstown, Ohio.

Aug. 28 — Robert and Robyn
Weltman (Robyn Levy) of Hun-
tington Woods proudly announce
the birth of their daughter, Karlie
Michele. Proud grandparents are
Dr. David and Shirlie Levy and
Samuel Weltman. Karlie is
named in loving memory of her
maternal grandmother Pearl

Aug. 27 — Eli and Helen Har-
Tal (Helen Shiffman) of Oak Park
announce the birth of their
daughter, Yael Miriam. The
grandparents are Ruth and

Menachem Har-Tal of Tel Aviv,
Israel, and Jennie and Max
Shiffman of Oak Park.

Aug. 24 — Gordon and Susan
Graham (Susan Rich) of South-
field proudly announce the birth
of a son, Ryan Jay. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Irving (Lynn) Rich of West Bloom-
field and Mrs. Elizabeth Graham
of Coshocton, Ohio.

Aug. 22 — Dr. Milton J. and
Lynn Sacks Klein of Sewickley,
Pa., proudly announce the birth of
their son, Daniel Joel. Proud
grandparents are Flora and Jerry
Sacks of Southfield and Eugene
and Sandra Klein of Pittsburgh,
Pa. Proud great-grandmother is
Mrs. Ann Barack of West Bloom-
field. Daniel is named in loving
memory of his great-grandmother
Ida Poperitz and his great-uncle
Mr. Joseph Zager.

Kirkpatrick to address dinner
to dedicate Holocaust center






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Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpat-
rick, United States permanent
representative to the United Na-
tions, will be the featured speaker
at the dedication dinner for the
Holocaust Memorial Center 6
p.m. Sunday at the Westin Hotel.
The announcement was made by
General Dinner Chairman Paul
Ms. Kirkpatrick has been U.S.
Representative to the U.N. since

her appointment by President
Reagan in January 1981. She is
the first woman to serve as the
chief U.S. representative to the
world body. She also serves as a
member of the President's

Prior to her appointment to the
United Nations, she was a Leavey
University professor in the de-
partment of government at


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July 20 — Former Detroiters
Dr. Steven Rothschild and Lisa
Oppenheim of Chicago, Ill., joy-
fully announce the birth of their
daughter, Ruth Oppenheim-
Rothschild. Proud grandparents
are Fred and Dolly Lax, Jack and
Peggy Oppenheim and Ed and
Emmy Rothschild.


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Aug. 22 — Marty and Michelle
Lubetsky (Michelle Sherline),
former Detroiters of Pittsburgh,
Pa., announce the birth of their
son, Daniel Leo. Danny is the
grandson of Gert Lubetsky of
Southfield and the late Mr. Leo
Lubetsky. He also is the grandson
of Betty and Herman Sherline of
Southfield, great-grandson of
Josephine Weinberg and Anna
Sherline. He is named in memory
of his paternal grandfather Mr.
Leo Lubetsky.

Archeologists discover early
locations of Israeli urbanization

New York — Findings from the
latest season of excavations at Tel
Aphek indicate that the urbaniza-
tion of Israel may have begun
some 5,000 years ago. This dis-
covery by archeologists at the an-
cient site of Aphek Antipatris
near Petah Tikva has helped
clarify the debate surrounding
the exact date of the beginning of
urbanization in Israel.
. According to Prof. Moshe
Kochavi of Tel Aviv University's
Institute of Archeology, who di-
rected the excavations with Dr.
Pirhiya Beck of Tel Aviv Univer-
sity and Prof. David Owen of Cor-
nell University, there is evidence
that urban settlement had begun
at Aphek by 3,000 BCE. During a
press conference at the excavation
site, Prof. Kochavi said that dig-
ging in the southwest corner of
Tel Aphek uncovered a tower dat-
ing back to the early Bronze
Period around 3,000 BCE.
Although this 12th season of
excavations was to be the last at
Tel Aphek, Prof. Kochavi said
there will be one more excavation
next summer to try to discover
more about the earliest settle-
ment there.

During the recent six-week ex-
cavation, major discoveries in-
cluded a rectangular tower
erected on virgin soil, which ap-
parently guarded the southwest-
ern corner of the city during the
first phase of the early Bronze
Age. In the second Bronze Era, the
tower did not exist and private
houses were built over its ruins
when settlement expanded west-

Assad's hard line

Cairo (ZINS) — Lebanese
author Karim Pekardionis re-
cently wrote that Syrian
President Hafez Assad has vowed
never to negotiate directly with
Israel, never to negotiate inter-
Arab disputes with the United
States, and never to negotiate
with Saudi Arabia.

ZOA convention

New York (ZINS) — The Zionist
Organization of America will hold
its national convention in Wash-
ington, D.C. Oct. 25-28.

Georgetown University in Wash-
ington, D.C. From 1967 to 1978,
Kirkpatrick was resident scholar
at the American Enterprise Insi-
tute for Public Policy Research.
She has held other educational
and research positions and has
written five books and numerous
articles on American political is-
sues and American foreign policy.
Tickets are still available and
may be reserved by calling the
Holocaust Memorial Center,


Joel Jackson
shares bar mitzvah

Joel Jackson, son of Dr. Ger-
shon and Jeannie Weiner,
grandson of Fred and Marian
Mann of Oak Park, will become
bar mitzvah at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek on Saturday.
Joel will share his bar mitzvah
with Valentin Ficik of Odessa,
Ukraine. The Ficik family first
applied to leave the Soviet Union
in 1975 to join their parents and
Michael Ficik's brother, Valen-
tin's uncle, in Israel.
Since that time Valentin's
grandparents have passed away.
At their graveside Valentin's un-
cle, Zalik Ficik, promised to do
"everything so that my brothers
would come to Israel." Zalik Ficik
writes that the Ficik family lives
only on their nerves, each day
looking forward to new blackmail
and misfortune. They are on the
verge of despair and frightened
for their children.
Joel has tried to contact his
"twin" on numerous occasions but
no mail has yet been received. The
family will attempt to reach the
Ficiks by telephone prior to the
bar mitzvah.

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