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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-04

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Friday, July 4, 1986

BIRTHS

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Joel and Judi (Fru:
JUNE 23
min) Levy of Houston, Tex., an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Daniel Kutner. Proud grand-
parents are Murray and Bess
Frumin of Tamarac, Fla., for-
merly of Beverly Hills, Mich., and
John and Moselle Levy of Port Ar-
thur, Tex.
Former Detroiters
JUNE 20
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Mattes
(Melinda) of Havertown, Pa., an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Matthew Garson, brother to
Brian and Audrey. Grandparents
are Joseph and Edith Garson of
Franklin and Dr. Max and Lillian
Mattes of Southfield. Matthew is
named after his ..great-grand-
mother Mathilda Garson.
Former Detroiter
JUNE 15
Stewart Grodman and Mrs.
Grodman (Lori) of North Hol-
lywood, Calif., announce the birth
of their son, Ryan Alexander.
Carl and Denise
JUNE 12
Myers of Farmington Hills pro-
udly announce the birth of their
son, Justin Aaron. Proud grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin
S. Myers of Southfield and Mr.
and Mrs. Nicholas Yiataganas of
Ferndale. Proud great-grand-
mother is Mrs. Jeannette S.
Myers of Southfield.







Mr. and Mrs. Ira
APRIL 9
Saperstein (Debra Lasky) of Far-
mington Hills are delighted to
announce the birth of their son,
Brent Michael, baby brother to
Jared, Andrew and Joseph.
Happy grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. David (Toots) Saperstein of
Newport News, Va., and the late
Josephine and Henry Lasky.
Brent Michael is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandmother Bernice Shreeman
and his paternal great-uncle Mr.
Meyer (Red) Sapertein.
David and Carolyn
APRIL 7
Segall announce the birth of their
son, Samuel Zangwell. Samuel is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Flaisher of Huntington
Woods and Mrs. Molly Segall of
Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.







Ronald and Nancy
JUNE 12
(Barnett) Holton of Southfield are
happy to announce the birth of
their son, Ross Daniel, brother to
Randi Melissa. Proud grand-
parents are Robert and Veda Hol-
ton of Saginaw and Milton and
Helen Barnett of Franklin. Proud
great-grandparents are Loyd and
Flora Holton and Dr. Robert and
Ann Schiff. Ross Daniel is named
in loving memory of his maternal
great-uncle Mr. David Barnett.

Bill and Julie Stern
JUNE 10
(Brickner) of West Bloomfield are
happy to announce the birth of
their son, Ari Michael, brother to
Lindsay Jaye. Proud grand-
parents are Phyllis and Jerry
Brickner and Sydney and Nor-
man Stern. His great-grand-
parents are Edwina and Leon
Labowitch and Faye Stern. Ari is
named in memory of his maternal
great-grandmother Sarah Brick-
ner and his paternal great-
grandmother Celia Lefton.
Linda and Bruce Gor-
JUNE 6
don of Huntington Woods proudly
announce the birth of their
daughter Allison Ashley, sister to
Emily Jennifer. Proud grand-
parents are Florence and Ralph
Weiss of Delray Beach, Fla., and
Bernice Schwartz of Deerfield Be-
ach, Fla. Allison Ashley is named
in loving memory of her grand-
father Mr. Irving Gordon and
great-grandfather Mr. Abraham
Zweig.
Dr. Howard and Lisa
MAY 25
Saulles (Kanagur) of Ann Arbor
are delighted to announce the
birth of their daughter, Ariel
Judith. Proud grandparents are
Helen and Raymond Kanagur of
Southfield and Charles and
Dorothy Saulles of Farmington
Hills. Ariel is named after her
great-grandmother Henrietta
Hamburger and her cousin Judith
Daniels.









Midwest
Extremists
Dealt Setbacks

New York (JTA) — Midwest
extremists seeking to exploit the
farm crisis have been dealt new
setbacks, the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith reported
last week.
The ADL cited the "strong
repudiation" of two right wing
gubernatorial candidates in the
Republican primary in Nebraska
— who received less than 9,000
of 19,000 votes — and the con-
viction by a Colorado jury of the
publisher of a now defunct anti-
Semitic farm newspaper for
crimes connected with the
publication.
The ADL said the candidates,
Everett Sileven and Paul Res-
berg, had employed farm belt-
related issues in their cam-
paigns. Sileven after announcing
his candidacy, spoke at a rally in
Nebraska sponsored by an anti-
Semitic paramilitary organiza-
tion, and Resberg had offered his
campaign contributers an anti-
Semitic book, according to the
ADL.
The editor, Roderick "Rick"
Elliott, was convicted last
month on 14 counts of theft and
one of conspiracy in connection
with more than $200,000 in un-
paid loans made primarily to his
anti-Jewish "Primose and Cat-
tleman's Gazette" and to the Na-
tional Agricultural Press Asso-
ciation, an extremist group
Elliott says he formed to combat
farm foreclosures. Barbara
Coopersmith, associate director
of ADL's Denver office, testified
as a witness in the case.
Previous ADL analyses of the
efforts of extremists in the farm
belt, including an ADL-com-
missioned Louis Harris poll con-
ducted in Iowa and Nebraska
earlier this year, revealed that
their campaigns to scapegoat
Jews for the farm crisis have not
been successful.

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