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August 21, 1981 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54 Friday, August 21, 1981

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Haverim Home Residents to Host
Afterglow Following 'Best Boy

Residents of the four
Haverim Homes for re-
tarded citizens will host an
afterglow with music and
refreshments following the
showing on Sept. 24 at
Northland Theater of the
Academy Award-winning
film "Best Boy."
The Jewish Association
for Retarded Citizens has
arranged the screening in
support of its many-faceted
program, particularly resi-
dential homes.
Like Philly, the 52-year-
old retarded man whose
story is told in "Best Boy,"
residents of the JARC's
Haverim Homes are em-
ployed or attend school, par-
ticipate in social events and
outings and contribute to
the operation of the home in
which they reside.
Observance of the Sab-
bath and Jewish holidays,
as well as maintenance of
kashrut, is an important
element at each Haverim
Home.
More than 100 individu-
als are waiting to be placed
in JARC homes.
To purchase tickets for
the 7:45 p.m. Sept. 24 show-
ing of"Best Boy," or to make
a contribution, call the
JARC, 557-7650.

People
Make News

Dr. Gaylord D. Alexan-
der was recently appointed
for a four-year term to the
American Association of
Respiratory Therapy
(AART) Board of Medical
Advisers as a representa-
tive from the American
Society of Anesthesiologists-
(ASA). Dr. Alexander is
senior attending anes-
thesiologist at Sinai Hospi-
tal of Detroit.

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Shari R. Wenner,
daughter of Illene Wenner,
Detroit, is a participant in
the applied music program
of the Boston University
Tanglewood Institute this
summer.

Participants in a ticket sellers' rally for the "Best
Boy" film screening sponsored by the Jewish Asso-
ciation for Retarded Citizens included, from left,
standing: Norman Wachler, president of the JARC;
Sheila Ordin, chairman of the Sept. 24 event at North-
land Theater; Michael Feldman; and, seated, JARC
Executive Director Joyce Keller and Recording Sec-
retary Cheryl Guyer.

Jabotinsky Society Re-Elects
Simon Cieck as President

Simon Cieck was re-
elected president for the
1981-1982 program year at
a recent general member-
ship meeting of the
Jabotinsky Society of Herut
Zionists of America.
Elected with Cieck were:
Samuel Hornung, vice
president; Evelyn Klein,
secretary; and Mila
Horowitz, treasurer.
The following were
elected to the board of trus-
tees: Arnold Y. Aronoff,
Leon M. Dreyer, William

Freedman, Sam Gottesman,
Abraham Holtzman, Albert
Feileger, Edward Kircidel,
Shlomo Micznik, Martin
Rose, Harry Yaffee. Past
presidents Steven Goldin,
Salek Lessman and Manuel
Merzon automatically con-
tinue- as board members.

A man must require just
and reasonable things if he
would see the scales of
obedience properly trim-
med.

CONGRATULATIONS TO

ALLAN "GELI" GELFOND
and
DR. RONALD MICHAELSON

. FOR HAVING COMPLETED
"AMERICA'S ULTIMATE CHALLENGE"
PIKES PEAK MARATHON

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Irvin Otis, manager of
industrial engineering at
American Motors Corp. and
a member of the Southfield
Total Living Commission,
has accepted a nomination
to become a member of the
Yankton College Board of
Trustees, Yankton, S.D.

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JDL Will Hold
Rally Sunday

The Jewish Defense
League will hold a Hebron
Martyr Day rally 11 a.m.-5
p.m. Sunday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
The city of Hebron was
the scene of numerous Arab
massacres against the Jews
in the 1920s and 1930s,
prior to Israel's statehood.
This rally will be a memo-
rial tribute to the hundreds
of Jewish men, women and
children who were killed by
the Arabs.
The Jewish community is
invited. For information,
call JDL, 357-5449.

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