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May 18, 1984 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FULL COLOR

LOCAL NEWS

CARICATURES

JARC election

The Jewish Association
for Retarded Citizens Board
of Directors has announced
the 1984-1985 slate of offi-
cers and directors to be pre-
sented to the membership at
the 15th annual meeting on
June 19 at 7:30 p.m. at
Temple Emanu-El.
The nominees are: Ron
St—, e, president; Cheryl
C r Michael Feldman
anu. Joel Shere, vice
presidents; Harriet Gel-
fond, secretary; Jon Gar-
rett, treasurer.
Nominated for three-year
terms are: Nora Barron,
Feldman, Jean Frankel, Ar-
thur Golumbia, Richard
Jasgur, Robert Jasgur,
Sally Krugel, Adell Meg-
dall, Eugene Mondry,
Rhoda Raderman, Carmi
Slomovitz, Barbara
Stollman, David Techner,
Ernest Weiner.
Continuing as board
members 'are: Sharon Al-
- terman, Barry Berlin, Dr.
Gerald Berlin, Harry Be-
rlin, Robert Boesky, Judge
Gus Cifelli, Morton Collins,
Irving Field, David Frank,
Irving L. Goldman, Rabbi
Solomon H. Gruskin, June
Katz, Claire Kay, Carol
Kent, Dr. Martin Levinson,
Daniel Medow, James Mil-
ler, Miriam Moss, Rabbi
David Nelson, Meyer
Pearlman, Michael Pitt,
Doug Ross, Ann Sipher,
Shelby Tauber and Norman
Wachler.
Highlighting the June 19
meeting will be the naming
of the Aaron and Helen L.
DeRoy Independent
Apartment Program, which
prepares, places and super-
vises high-functioning
mentally retarded indi-
viduals in their own apart-
ments in the community.

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Lag b'Omer is a time of joy
for every Jewish girl and boy!
It's a time for outings and racing and food
And story-telling, and sports, and more food!

The Helen and Paul Zuc-
kerman Nursery of Temple
Beth El will offer a new spe-
cial summer program.
In addition to the parent-
toddler classes the nursery
will offer "All By Myself' for
children age 2 1/2 to 3 years
old. Classes will begin in
June.
Applications are being
accepted for fall nursery
school and parent-toddler
classes. For details, call the
nii—ery, 851-1100.

Numismatists
meet Tuesday

The Israel Numismatic
Society will meet 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish
Community Center Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch.
Esther Tarnoff Cooper
will present a lecture ac-
companied by slides on
"Jewish Art: Its Roots." The
program is free and open to
the public.

STEVE 557-6884

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FROM
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$ 1.59

lb.

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