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May 17, 1985 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-17

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Friday, May 17, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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theft. Finest custom cleaning,
repairing and restyling all at
reasonable rates.

A new beautiful collection of
1985 Fur Fashions for your in-
spection, all pre-season priced.

Judge Schnelz To Receive
JARC Civil Rights Award

The Jewish Association for Re-
tarded Citizens will bestow its
first civil rights award upon
Judge Gene Schnelz, judge of the
Sixth Circuit Court for the state of
Michigan, at the association's
16th annual meeting on June 10
at Temple Emanu-El at 7:30 p.m.
Judge Schnelz is a graduate of
the National Judicial College and
the Detroit College of Law. He is
associate professor of the
Madonna College Para-Legal
Program, a commissioner of the
State Bar of Michigan and past
president of the Oakland County
Bar Association. Judge Schnelz
was honored in 1980 by a resolu-
tion of both the Senate and House
of the Michigan Legislature for
his numerous community and
civic activities.
Neil Shine, senior managing
editor and columnist of theDetroit
Free Press, will present the keyn-
ote address, "The Media and Its
Impact On the Rights Of Mentally
Retarded Citizens."
In addition to his work with the
Detroit Free Press, where he
began as a copy boy in 1950, Shine
hosts Detroit Week in Review on
Channel 56. Shine has taught
journalism in Detroit-area uni-
versities for the past page 20
years and is currently adjunct
professor of journalism at Oak-
land University, where he teaches
a course in media ethics.

JARC 1985-1986 officers and
directors will be elected at the
meeting. The slate of officers in-
cludes: Ron Stone, president;
Michael Feldman, Cheryl Guyer
and Joel Shere, vice presidents;
Harriet Gelfond, secretary; and
Jon Garrett, treasurer.

Directors nominated for a first
three-year term, expiring 1988,
are: Evva Caplan, Joel Jacob,
Ellen Labes, Representative San-
der Levin, Gail Stewart-Lifton,
Ron Mitnick, Barbara Nusbaum,
Donna Pearlman and Cary Stor-
chan.

Directors nominated for a sec-
ond three-year term are: Judge
Gus Cifelli, Jon Garrett, June
Katz, Daniel Medow, Miriam
Moss, Sheila Ordin, Doug Ross,
Shelby Tauber, Rabbi Solomon H.
Gruskin and Shere.

.

Continuing. Directors are: Nora
Barron, Dr. Gerald Berlin, David
Frank, Jean Frankel, Irving L.
Goldman, Arthur Golumbia,
Nancy Jacobson, Richard Jasgur,
Robert Jasgur, Sally Krugel, Dr.
Martin Levinson, Adell Megdall,
Eugene Mondry, Rabbi David
Nelson, Michael Pitt, Rhoda
Raderman, Carmi Slomovitz,
Barbara Stollman, David Techner
and Ernest Weiner.

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Past Presidents include Sharon
Alterman, Harry Berlin, Morton
Collins, Meyer Pearlman and
Norman G. Wachler.

The meeting will also include
attion upon proposed changes in
the association's by-laws, and the
presentation of volunteer and
staff awards. Proposed changes in
the by-laws are available for re-
view at the JARC office, Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Judge Gene Schnelz

Effective Monday, the JARC
offices will move to 1'1288 W. 12
Mile, Southfield. The 'phone
number will remain 557-7650.

BUSINESS

OFFICE MANAGEMENT
CONSULTANTS, specializing
in office organization and
secretarial training programs,
has moved to new offices at 29829
Telegraph, Suite 105, Southfield,
358-2121.

SECURITY VIDEO CON-
SULTANTS offers a service spe-
cializing in videotaping and the
contents of residences,
businesses, recreational vehicles
and pleasure craft to provide
clients with detailed inventory of
their belongings in case of fire or
theft. For details, call Security
Video Consultants, 827-8564.

TOTAL RUNNER, 29207
Northwestern Hwy., Southfield,
will conduct a free clinic on warm
weather running at 7 p.m. Tues-
day at the store. For details, call
the Total Runner, 354-1177.

PHILLIPS SHOES at North-
land, Eastland, Westland and
Southland Malls, and in Detroit,
Ann Arbor, Flint and Toledo, will
conduct a special 60th anniver-
sary promotion through May 31.
Special sales will be offered in all
stores.

WYN AND HAROLD LANDIS,
of Wyn and Harold Catering Serv-
ice are celebrating their 30th an-
niversary in the catering and con-
sulting business. For information,
call the Landises, 557-6157.

MUIRWOOD
SQUARE
SHOPPING CENTER will host
an out-door multi-media art fair
today and Saturday. Highlighting
the art fair will be musicians,
street mimes, food and balloons.

NAT STARR, president of Nat
Starr Associates, an advertising
and public relations firm in Bir-
mingham, has been elected a vice
president of the Professional
Speakers Association of Michi-
gan.

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