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February 13, 1987 - Image 150

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-13

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Friday, February 13, 1987

BIRTHS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

326-6110

FEB. 2 — Ronnie and Susie
(Pludwinski) Tarockoff of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Benjamin Aaron. Proud big
sisters are Abbi Sara and Halli
Lynn. Happy grandparents are
Rachel and Jack Pludwinski
and Norman and Ferah Taroc-
koff, all of Southfield. Benja-
min Aaron is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-uncle Saulik Pludwinski
and paternal great-grand-
father Harry Aaron Perlman.
JAN. 30 — Dr. Richard and
Debra Kimmel (Auslander) of
Farmington Hills joyfully an-
nounce the arrival of Elizabeth
Courtney. Proud grandparents
are Sheila and Herb Auslander
and Dr. Arnold and Lenny
Kimmel. Thrilled great-
grandparents are Rose Ferber,
Celia Eisen and Joseph and
June Kimmel. Elizabeth
Courtney is named in loving
memory of her grandmother
Estelle and great-grand-
mother Charlotte Kimmel.
JAN. 29 — Steven and Ruthie
(Simko) Moss of Farmington
Hills are pleased to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Julie Erin. Proud big brother is
Jason Michael. Happy grand-
parents are Leo and Charlotte
Simko of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla.., and Ben and Lillian Moss
of West Bloomfield. Julie is
named in loving memory of her
maternal great-uncle Joseph
Nothman.

JAN. 28 — Dr. Jeffrey and
Janice Watzman (Berman) of
West Bloomfield, along with
their children, Brandon Evan
and Taryn Nicole, joyfully an-
nounce their newest addition,
a son, Stephen Eric. The proud
grandparents are Arnold and
Ethel Berman of Southfield
and Mike Watzman of Far-
mington Hills. Great-grand-
mother is Irene Berman of Oak
Park. Stephen is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
uncle Efraim Watzman.
JAN. 22 — Mr. and Mrs. Brad-
ley Alan Roberts (Alexis Har-
man) of New York City, an-
nounce the birth of their son
Jason Lee. Paternal grand-
parents are Skip and Carol
Roberts of Southfield. His mat-
ernal grandparents are Sam
and Estelle Harman of Los
Angeles. His paternal great-
grandmother is Florence
Robinowitz of Southfield. His
paternal great-grandfather is
Julius Stross of Southfield.
JAN. 10 — Richard and Diana
(Lerman) Jacobson of Syra-
cuse, NY (formerly of Far-
mington Hills) are thrilled to
announce the birth of their son,
Eli Harris. Proud grand-
parents are Bernice Jacobson
of Southfield and Stuart and
Harriett Lerman of
Williamsville, NY. Proud
great-grandparents are Sally
Katzen of Rochester, N.Y. and
Edward Zatell of Bradenton,

Fla. Eli Harris is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
grandfather Alvin Jacobson
and his maternal great-
grandmother Hilda Zatell.
JAN. 4 — Joel and Diane
(Rosenfeld) Swimmer of Oak
Park are excited to announce
the birth of their second son,
Joshua Ray, brother to
Michael Aron. Happy grand-
parents ae Reva and Sanford
Rosenfeld and Robert and
Elayne Swimmer. Thrilled
great-grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Rosenfeld,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Swimmer, Mrs. Morris
Schwartz and Mrs. Meyer Tar-
now.

High Court Acts
On Conversions

Jerusalem(JTA) — The sup-
reme court ordered the interior
ministry Feb. 2 to show cause
within 45 days why it refuses
to accord Jewish status to per-
sons converted to Judaism by
Reform rabbis, despite a court
order to do so in the case of
Shoshana Miller.
The show cause order was is-
sued by Justice Gabriel Bach
on the appeal of a married
couple in Kibbutz Mishmar
Ha'emek who were converted
to Judaism by a Reform rabbi
in Brazil before they immig-
rated to Israel in 1985.
The couple was wedded after
converting and was given Is-
raeli citizenship under the Law
of Return. But the interior
ministry has consistently re-
fused to register them as Jews.
They said they were told by
ministry officials that their
application would have. to
await the outcome of the Miller
case.

Bishop Tutu
Is Vindicated

New York — The National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council has re-
pudiated anti-Jewish state-
ments that were originally at-
tributed to South African
Bishop Desmond Tutu at a
closed meeting last year of the
Board of Deputies of South Af-
rican Jews.
Alec Goldberg, executive di-
rector of the South African
Jewish Board of Deputies, con-
firmed that Tutu did not make
any of the alleged remarks dur-
ing that meeting or any other
meeting with the board.
The suggestion that "the
Board of- Deputies decided not
to publicize the remarks out of
fear that Tutu would be angry
and would become even more
anti-Jewish" was according to
Goldberg "an absolute un-
truth".

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