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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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Friday, September 7, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WOMEN'S DESIGNER HATS

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LOCAL NEWS

AT DISCOUNT -PRICES

Fall Hats Arriving For the Holidays
Call: HATS OF DISTINCTION BY RITA

Mornings & Eves.
No Sabbath Calls

559-7328

BORENSTEIN'S

Your Jewish Supply House

Complete
Selection Of

NEW YEAR
CARDS

MACHZORIM

TALEISIM

A large selection of sizes,
colors and fabrics includ-
ing hand woven.

KOSHER WINES

Tell us the synagogue you
attend and we will give you
the correct book.

for the Holidays
Carmel • Kedem
Manischewitz • Monfort

25242 Greenfield

Ample Free Parking

Oak Park, N. of 10 Mile
Greenfield Center

Bonds Health Division planning
receptions in advance of dinner

Dr. Hershel Sandberg, chair-
man of the State of Israel Bonds
Professioal Health Services Di-
vision, announced that the di-
vision will hold its annual tribute
dinner at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 3 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
At the dinner the division will
honor Drs. A. Martin Lerner,
Howard Parven and David Sus-
ser. Dinner chairman is Dr.
Mathew Borovoy.
In advance of the tribute
dinner, three receptions will be
held. Dr. and Mrs. Harris Mains-
ter will host a reception honoring
Dr. Susser in their Bloomfield
Hills home on Sept. 19 at 8 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Howard
Stone, writer and consultant to
Jewish organizations.
Formerly vice president of a
major advertising and public rela-
tions firm, Stone joined the

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Currency, the United States
Treasury Department, and the
Federal Reserve. He brings first-
hand knowledge of Israel's eco-
nomic development, having spent
a term at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
On Sept. 20, Dr. Lerner's wife,
Helen, will - host a reception in
their Birmingham home. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Arieh L. Plot-
kin, noted lecturer, scholar, ex-
pert on Middle Eastern affairs
and a former officer in the Israel
Defense Forces.
A recognized authority on in-
ternational law and comparative
government, Dr. Plotkin was edu-
cated at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem and the University of
London. He was the first citizen of
Israel to be admitted to Princeton
University's Woodrow Wilson
School of Public Affairs.
He earned an additional M.A.
degree and his Ph.D. degree from
Princeton's department of poli-
tics, where he taught comparative
government. He is a member of
the American Society of Interna-
tional Law.
Born in Germany in 1921, Dr.
Plotkin and his family emigrated
to Palestine in 1935. He received
his secondary education in Haifa.
In 1937, he became a member of
the Haganah and was active in its
operations until Israel declared
its independence in 1948. He

Dr. Arieh. Plotkin

served as an officer in the Intelli-
gence Corps of the Israel Defense
Forces, which he joined on the
very first day of its establishment.
Dr. Plotkin has lectured exten-
sively throughout the United
States and Canada and has ap-
peared on numerous radio and
television programs. He has made
lecture tours sponsored by the
Universities of Wisconsin and
Minnesota. In the summer of
1969, he taught in an honors
seminar on modern Israel at the
City University of New York. In
1980 and 1983, he addressed ad-
vanced seminars in Political Sci-
ence at the University of
Frankfurt, Germany.

Teachers. join Akiva faculty

Howard Stone

United Jewish Appeal in 1971
and served as director of the
Young Leadership Cabinet and as
director of overseas programs.
Stone lived in Israel for several
years as a member of a kibbutz,
later in Jerusalem where he
served the government in
classified projects. His short
stories, poetry and articles have
appeared in leading publications
around the world.
He studied at Brandeis Univer-
sity and the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and holds an M.A. de-
gree in English and in Near East-
ern studies.
That day, Dr: and Mrs. Borovoy

Rabbi Sheldon Lopin, principal,
and Barry Eisenberg, president of
the Akiva Hebrew Day School,
announce additions to the faculty
for -the 1984-1985 academic year.
Rabbi- Moshe Englander of
Hamilton, Ont., and Mr. and Mrs.
Yaakov Golan of Hazor, Israel,
have joined the staff.
A native of Washington, D.C.,
Rabbi Englander received his
elementary education at Wash-
ington Hebrew Academy. Rabbi
Englander was ordained at the
Ner Israel Rabbinical College of
Baltimore and received a Master
of Education degree from Johns
Hopkins University.
He also studied for two years at
the Kol Torah Rabbinical
Academy of Jerusalem, Israel.
Rabbi Englander was extensively
involved in a number of outreach
programs before his teaching
career in Hamilton, Ont. His ex-
periences include, among others,
the Milwaukee SEED program
sponsored by Torah Umesorah,
Peilim outreach in Rehovot, Is-

JARC volunteers
to rally on SUnday

HOURS

Dr. David Fand

Mon.-Fri. — 10arn-6pm
Thursday. . 10am-8pm
Saturday . . 10am-5pm

Custom Styling and
Repairs on premises

will host a reception in their
Southfield home honoring Dr.
Parven. Guest speaker will be Dr.
Da Fand, professor of econom-
ic
. l'-v'ayne State University.
He has served as consultant to
the
Comptr-1)3er

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One hundred fifty volunteers
will gather Sunday to prepare the
thousands of invitations to the
JARC Nov. 1 fund-raising, "An
Evening With Ben Vereen." The
Ticket Sellers Rally, organized by
committee chairmen Harriet Gel-
fond, Cheryl Guyer and Miriam
Moss, will take place at Temple
Ernanu-El from 1:30 to 9 p.m.
.Additi.onal volunteers are-
needed.

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rael, and the summer program at
Yeshiva University of Los
Angeles.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Golan have
15 years teaching experience in
the Hazor schools. Educated in
the Mizrahi schools, Golan is
licensed by the Lifshitz Teachers
Seminary, received his B.A. de-
gree from Bar-Ilan University
and has completed his master's
degree program at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity. He has been teaching at
the ORT High School for many
years.
Havatzelet Golan, a graduate of
Efrata Seminary, has been an
elementary and junior high school
teacher throughout her career
and holds many commendations
for her work.

Voter registration
in _OP, Southfield

Hermine Silver haS been ap-
pointed chairman of an ad hoc
voter registration committee for
the Jewish Community Council.
Susan Moiseev, chairman, and
Fred L. Goldenberg, associate
chairman of the Council's com-
munity relations committee,
oversee this project.
The committee has arranged for
deputies from the cities of Oak
Park and Southfield to register
voters on Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center and at Southfield
Plaza, Southfield Road, north of
12 Mile Road in Southfield. City of
Southfield deputies also will reg-
ister voters at Southfield Plaza on
Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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