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June 11, 1982 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Roycourt Haverim Home in HW
Opens as Newest JARC Facility

Roycourt Haverim Home
opened. in Huntington

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Woods last week as the
newest facility of the Jewish
Association for Retarded
Citizens.
Another home will open
some time in July, in Pleas-
ant Ridge, when the build-
ing which was damaged by
arsonists is renovated.
The Roycourt Home pro=
vides for six residents; four
transferred from the
Meadowlark home in Oak
Park, one comes from a local
family, and the sixth, trans-
ferred from a New York
school, also is a member of a
Detroit family.

The Roycourt Hun-
tington Woods home was
purchased by the Shirley
Medow Trust and Abram
Medow and leased to the
state of Michigan for use
by the JARC. The pur-
chasers are long-time
supporters of the JARC.
As in all the other JARC-
supervised homes, the resi-
dents are employed. The six
in the Roycourt Haverim
Home are active in the Oak
Park workshop of the
Jewish Vocational Service
or at New Horizons.
Two live-in staffmembers
occupy the Roycourt home
with the six women resi-
dents.
The Meadowlark home
will be run in the manner of
a co-operative, with the
residents taking greater re-
sponsibility for the opera-
tion of the home.

Dayan's Family
Rejects -Charges

TEL AVIV — Members of
Moshe Dayan's family were
upset by the publication last
week of Ehud Dayan's at-
tack on his father.
"Life as a Side - Show"
began publication in in-
stallments in the news-
paper Maariv. Yael Dayan
Sion strongly disagreed
with her brother's book,
saying that her brother had
wronged himself, not their
father.
The family insinuated
that Ehud published the
controversial material be-
cause he was having finan-
cial problems.

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Coalition
Talks Delayed

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Telem faction sus-
pended coalition negotia-
tions with Premier
Menahem Begin after fail-
ing to reach agreement on
basic policy matters.
Begin is anxious to incor-
porate the two-man faction,
founded by the late Moshe
Dayan, into his Likud-led
government. The defection
of two Likud MKs — Amnon
Lin and Yitzhak Peretz —
last month deprived the
government of its one vote
Knesset majority.
But Begin is not willing to
accede to Telem's demand
that the government adopt
Dayan's proposal to imple-
ment autonomy unilater-
ally on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip if no agreement
can be reached with the
Palestinians.
He
reportedly
suggested that the Telem
MKs submit the proposal
to the Cabinet, after they
become members of the
coalition. Unilateral au-
tonomy was flatly re-
jected by the Likud
Cabinet when it was pro-
posed by Dayan himself
who, as Foreign Minister,
wielded far more influ-
ence than Telem does to-
day.
Telem is also uneasy over
the government's declared
intention to demand Israeli
sovereignty .over the West
Bank and Gaza Strip after
the five-year autonomy
transition period. A Telem
spokesman said that policy
and principles rather than
possible Cabinet portfolios
motivated its negotiations
with Begin.

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