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February 17, 1984 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-17

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Evangelicals,
Jews to Meet

Probus Club Benefits JARC

NEW YORK — Jewish
and Evangelical scholars
and religious leaders from
around the country will
examine their two com-
munities' differences and
mutual concerns at a con-
ference to be held Feb. 28-
MarchA at Gordon College
in Wenham, Mass.
Co-sponsored by the
Interreligious Affairs De-
partment of the American
Jewish Committee and
Gordon College, the confer-
ence will address the impact
of the American experience
on Evangelicals and Jews,
religious proselytization,
anti-Semitism, the histori-
cal roots of the Evangelical
and Jewish communities,
and Israel and Zionism.

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Norm Wachler, third from left, president of the
JARC, accepts a check from Jack Belkin, third from
right, Probus Club co-chairman of special projects, at
the club's recent dinner meeting. Pictured are, from
left: Chris Hench, Joyce Keller, Wachler, Belkin, Paul
Hack and Elliot Greenberg.

Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens recently
recieved a gift from the Pro-
bus Club, an organization of
Jewish businessmen and
professionals in the Detroit
area.
Elliot
Greenberg,
president of the club, pre-
sented the gift to Norm
Wachler, JARC president;
Joyce Keller, JARC execu-
tive director; and Chris
Hench, apartment program
coordinator, at the club's
monthly dinner meeting.
Probus Club will under-
write JARC's Apartment
Club for 1984. The Apart-
ment Club is in an integral
component of the JARC
Apartment Program, which
prepares, places and super-
vises mentally retarded
adults in their own apart-
ments in the community.
The Apartment Club, which
meets monthly, provides
the opportunity for clients
to meet socially and to learn

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about independent living.
The Probus Club uses
all club dues for charita-
ble purposes. The club
has actively responded to
community needs for the
past 45 years. Sponsors of
the annual Academic
Achievement Program,
the club has presented
awards to two Wayne
State University faculty
members for the past 18
years. Among the many
other community service
projects, the club also
sponsors a WSU Schol-
arship Fund adminis-
tered by the Hebrew Free
Loan Association, and
has sponsored mentally
retarded children for
Fresh Air Camp.
Club officers include: El-
liot Greenberg, president;
Herbert Grosberg, Stuart
Bordman and Richard
Shapack, vice presidents;
Stuart Stone, treasurer;
Herman Goldsmith, secre-
tary; Jack Belkin and Paul
Hack, co-chairmen, special
projects.

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of Pine Lake

Friday, February 11, 1984 53

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ST. LOUIS — The St.
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lowing the example set a
year ago by the agency's
New York Chapter, has as-
sumed a leadership role in
forming CONDUCT — the
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in which 31 prominent St.
Louis citizens have joined to
discourage prejudiced polit-
ical campaigning.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens was
among 15 recipient organ-
izations in the recent
"Quick Start for Charity"
sponsored by Weight
Watchers.
Shelly Czeizler, a re-
porter and producer of
WTVS-TV's "Video Detroit"
program, chose JARC to re-
ceive the pledged proceeds
from her weight loss during
the three-week weight loss
program. Ms. Czeizler's ef-
forts raised over $1,000 for
the associafion.
JARC is a Southfield
based organization which
operates seven group
homes and an apartment
program for mentally re-
tarded adults.

Syrian Protest

WASHINGTON — Rep.
John Porter (R-I11.) sent a
letter signed by 102 Con-
gressmen to Syrian
President Hafez al-Assad,
condemning the murder of a
young Jewish mother and
her two children in Aleppo,
Syria in December.
"We are trying to prevent
any further violence di-
rected against the Jewish
minority in Syria," said
Porter.

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