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July 01, 1983 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-01

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48 Friday, July 1, 1983

Lawrence Siden, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Siden of Bloomfield Hills,
received an IBM grant.
Siden was graduated from
the University of Michigan
and is pursuing studies at
Hebrew University in
Jerusalem, where he is a re-
search assistant in the com-
puter department.

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Heidi Rose, daughter of
Cantor and Mrs. Norman
Rose of Southfield, received
a dean's commendation at
the School of Speech. at
Northwestern University.
* * *
Dr. Martin Barr of
Southfield, dean of the Col-
lege of Pharmacy and Allied
Health Professions at
Wayne State University,
has received the annual
alumni award from the
Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy and Science "in
recognition of his contribu-
tion to the field of phar-
macy."
** *
Arthur Samuels Nus-
baum received a JD degree
from Yeshiva University's
Benjamin N. Cardozo
School of Law.
** *
Bryan Beckerman and
Jason Kofender, students
at Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield,
were the outstanding par-
ticipants from Michigan at
the fourth annual National
History Day held at the
University of Maryland-
College Park last month.
** *
Jeffrey A. Davis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Mar-
cia) Davis of Oak Park, re-
ceived Albion College's
Webster Scholarship. He
will begin his freshman
year at Albion in Sep-
tember, and will be a
member of the Albion var-
sity baseball team as a
pitcher.

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New Principals at Akiva

Ronald F. Berman,
president of Yeshivat
Akiya, Akiva Hebrew Day
School/Stollman Education
Center, announces the ap-
pointments of Rabbi Shel-
don N. Lopin as principal
and of Mrs. Mary Jane Wall
to the position of assistant
principal.
Rabbi Lopin studied for
his semikha under his late
grandfather, Rabbi Eliyahu
Lopin, renowned Musar
scholar. He received his
semikha from Yeshivat
Knesset Hezekiah in Israel.
He has a master's degree in
educational psychology
from Loyola University.
Rabbi Lopin has experi-
ence in teaching, educa-
tional administration, psy-
chology, counseling and
curriculum planning in
Baltimore, Md., in Israel
and in his native city of
Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Wall received her
master's degree in read-
* * *

Hillel Parents
Install Officers

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ing from Oakland Uni-
versity and her
bachelor's degree in edu-
cation from Salem
(Mass.) State College.
Mrs. Wall has experience
as a teacher of early
elementary and handi-
capped children, in adult
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For enrollment informa-
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Rabbi Lopin or Mrs. Wall,
call Akiva, 552-9690.

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN LADIES
AUXILIARY will have the
first meeting under its new
administration 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
A mini-buffet supper will be
served. Department
President Dorothy Cohen
will introduce the new offi-
cers. Senior Vice President
Adele Sims will speak on
fund raising, and junior vice
president Elaine Levy will
report on membership.
Delegates to the national
convention will be elected.
Hostesses will be the mem-
bers of Bloch Rose Auxil-
iary. For details, call the
JWV office, 559-5680.

Terry Ann Kossoy and
Morey Steven Smerling
were married recently at
Temple in
S pinraini gfield, Mass. The
bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Adele Kossoy of
Longmeadow, Mass. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Morton D.
Smerling of West Bloom-
field.
Dorothy Kossoy was her
sister's maid of honor. Scott
Guerrier was the best man.
The new Mrs. Smerling
was graduated from Michi-
gan State University with a
Bachelor of Science degree
in physical education. Her
husband, was graduated
from MSU with a Bachelor
of Arts degree in public ad-
ministration.
The couple are residing in
Logan, W. Va.
* * *
Nancy Grosi and Basil
Stroster were married re-
cently at Marygrove Col-
lege Alumni Hall. Rabbi
Sherwin Wine of the Bir-
mingham Temple of-
ficiated. The bride is the
daughter of Lucille Gross
and Adolph Gross of De-
troit. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene
Stroster
of
Roseville.
Leeann Mirsafavi of
Houston, Tex., was the maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Lenore Weinner and the
bridegroom's sisters, Maria
Stroster and Cindy Bill-
check.
Kenneth Stochmal was
the best man. Ushers were
Sam Groom, brother of the
bride, Scott Schoof, Tim
Stroster, brother of the
bridegroom, and Lawrence
Gross.
Following a North
Carolina honeymoon, the
couple are residing in
Southfield.

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Shown at Cong Bnai David's Israel Bond dinner
honoring Asa Shapiro are, standing from left, Mike
and Mary Must, Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut presenting
the Jerusalem City of Peace Award to Shapiro, Sarah
Shapiro, Max Sosin, Dr. Harvey Zalesin and guest
speaker Dr. William Korey. Seated are the Shapiros'
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Dr. Melvyn Friedman has
been re-elected president of
Hillel Day School for the
1983-1984 program year.
Other
officers
are:
Anaruth Bernard, Dan
Guyer and Sharon Hart,
vice presidents; Barbara
Cook, treasurer; and Char-
lotte Tessler, secretary.
The board of directors in-
cludes Sharon Alterman,
Sheri Biederman, Rona
Freedland, Alan Goldsmith,
Judith Gordon, David
Harold, Steve Klausner,
Jack Liwazer, Michael
Maddin, Allan Nachman,
Maurice Opperer, Neal
Schechter, Rabbi Efry
Spectre and Barbara
Stollman.

WASHINGTON — The
cooperation pact between
the United States and Israel
for the production of the
new Lavi fighter plane
made it off the ground only
after some deft telephone
work by Israeli Defense
Minister Moshe Arens,
Aviation Week and Space
Technology magazine re-
ported. -
When the talks hit a snag,
it was Arens' phone call to
U.S. Secretary of State
George Shultz that got
things rolling again, accord-
ing to the magazine.

Appointment

JERUSALEM — Dr.
Michael Abitbol, 37, has
been appointed director of
the Hebrew University's
Joseph Saltiel Center for
Pre-Academic Studies.

MISS ADLER

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Adler
of Southfield announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Barbara, to Jay Alan
Butan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Butan of South
Orange, N.J.
Miss Adler earned a
Bachelor of Arts degree at
the University of Michigan
and a master's degree in
special education at Wayne
State University.
Her fiance earned a
Bachelor of Science degree
at Cornell University and is
pursuing studies in veteri-
nary medicine at Tufts Uni-
versity in Boston, Mass.
A December wedding is
planned.

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