T4 DETROIT JEWISH 'NEWS
Oct. 3 — Aaron and Bat-Sheva
Lerner (Bat-Sheva Nivy, formerly
of Bloomfield Hills) of Petach
7ikva, Israel, proudly announce
the birth of their daughter, Han-
nah Noa. Proud grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Shlomo Nivy of
Bloomfield Hills and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Lerner of Takoma Park,
Hannah is named in loving
memory of her maternal great-
.unt and paternal great-
Oct. 1 — Dennis and Nancy
Liefer (Nancy Levine) of Far-
mington Hills joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Jonathan
Gary, brother to Scott Daryl and
Michael Todd. Proud
grandparents are David and Shir-
ley Levine of Southfield and Dr.
Saul and Celia Liefer of Oak Park.
Oct. 1— Dr. and Mrs. Eli Shap-
iro (nee Lori Klein) of Rochester
oyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Danielle Nicole.
The proud grandparents are
Sandra and Kenneth Klein of
Farmington Hills and Leah and
Alvin Shapiro of West Bloomfield.
Danielle is named in loving mem-
zry of her maternal great-aunt,
Sept. 27 — Jeffrey and Alisa
Ambrose (Alisa Katzman) of
Farmington Hills joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Michael Jared. Proud
grandparents are Sam and Mickie
Ambrose of Phoenix, Ariz., and
aul and Lois Katzman of South-
ield. Proud great-grandparents
are Hannah Schiff and Manuel
and Ruth Feldstein. Michael is
named in loving memory of his
great-grandmothers Ida Katzman
Green and Minnie Zallom.
- Sept. 26 — Lewis and Cynthia
Wagner (Cynthia Simon) of West
Bloomfield proudly announce the
birth of a son, Stuart Blair. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Simon of West Bloomfield
and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wagner
e f Southfield. Great-grandfather
is William Freed of Detroit.
Stuart Blair is named in loving
memory of his maternal great-
grandmother Sophie Freed and
his maternal aunt Barbara Simon
Sept. 16 — Harold and Ellyce
Weiss (Ellyce Bardach) of Far-
mington Hills proudly announce
the birth of their son, Loren
Sept. 12 — Dr. Norman Michael
and Barbara Lynn Kline (nee
Barbara Margolis), former De-
troiters of Plantation, Fla., pro-
udly announce the birth of their
daughter, Margo Ilyse, sister to
Bradley Aaron. Proud
grandparents are Sidney and
Joyce Margolis of Southfield and
Dr. Allan and Joanne Kline of
Tamarac, Fla. Proud great-
grandmother is Lillian Wexler of
Windsor, Ont. Margo is named in
loving memory of her maternal
great-grandmother Celia Mar-
golis, her maternal great-aunt Ida
Marcus and her paternal great-
grandmother Ilon Kline.
Sept. 9 — Former Detroiter Dr.
Arthur Allen and Mrs. Allen (De-
borah Kidushim) of Beverly Hills,
Calif., joyfully announce the birth
of their son, Brandon Michael,
brother to Seth Benjamin. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Kidushim of La Canada,
Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Allen of Southfield.
Aug. 26 — Debra Nobel and
Ronald Murch of Athens, Greece,
proudly announce the birth of a
daughter, Adina Channa. Proud
grandparents are Mrs. Sara Nobel
of Oak Park and Mr. and Mrs.
William Murch of North Haven,
Conn. Adina also is the
granddaughter of the late Mr.
Moshe Nobel. Adina is named in
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Aug. 24 — Bette Shifman and
Hans Obdeyn of Brooklyn
Heights, N.Y., joyfully announce
the birth of a daughter, Marieke
Jennifer. Marieke's grandparents
are Sue and Burt Shifman of
Bloomfield Hills and Anny and
Theo Obdeyn of the Netherlands.
Her great-grandparents are Ann
and Louis Kerner and Jean Shif-
man of Southfield. Marieke Jen-
nifer is named in loving memory
of her great-grandfather Mr.
The weeks go by slowly for
who was arrested and charged with "draft eva-
sion." The charge has been used many times
against refuseniks who have been waiting for
permission to emigrate since childhood.
WHAT CAN YOU DO? The Helsinki Agreement,
which the Soviet government. signed, allows for
freedom of emigration. Let our voices - letters
and telegrams - express our protest to Soviet
authorities to intercede.
Jewish 'Who's Who'
set for '85 release
THIS WEEK B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN URGE YOU TO WRITE TO:
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ul Pushkinskaya 15-A
Baltimore — A new edition of
Who's Who in World Jewry, which
will include more than 7,000
entries from around the world, is
set for publication in 1985.
The latest edition of the 30-
year-old compendium is being
co-published by Michael Hort,
president of Enterprise Press in
New York and Jewish Newsl
Baltimore Jewish Times pub-
lisher Charles Buerger. Judith
Turk Rosenblatt is the volume's
According to the publishers, the
1985 volume will include a special
section on Soviet Jewish re-
fuseniks and feature a broader
scope of biographies than the last
edition of Who's Who in World
Jewry, published in 1981.
Nominations for inclusion in
the volume are still being taken.
Recommendations should specify
the name and address of the
potential biographee and a brief
summary of the candidate's
achievements. Nominations may
be sent to Who's Who in World
Jewry, 2108 N. Charles St., Bal-
timore, Md. 21218. There is no
charge for inclusion in the vol-
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Sept. 24 — Dr. and Mrs. Joshua
Miller (Sheryl Berman) of Hun-
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of a son, Jason Leonard, brother to
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