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November 01, 1985 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Results of the Survey:

ISRAEL DEMOCRACY OR JEWISH STATE?

Teen Sues JCC
After incident

96% in favor of a Jewish State where Jews are
the majority
4% in favor of a Democracy in which Arabs can
become a majority
NO RESPONSE TO PERSONAL LETTERS

a Farmington Hills teenager
who was injured when he fell
during an attempt to climb the
40-foot high inflatable bubble
that covers the tennis courts at
the Jewish Community Center
is suing the JCC for failing to
take measures that would have
prevented him from climbing
the structure.
Paul Shalhoub, now 18, broke
two vertebrae in his lower back
and suffered temporary
paralysis in his right leg after
falling from the bubble in No-
vember 1982, according to a
lawsuit filed last week in Oak-
land County Circuit Court.
Lawyers for Shalhoub said
that the JCC should have
known that local teenagers reg-
ularly climb the bubble and that
they could have stopped the
practice through greater infla-
tion. Inflating the bubble to a
higher pressure would have
made it impossible to grasp the
network of metal cables used by
Shalhoub to climb it, they claim.
Shalhoub is still recovering
from surgery following the fall,
according to Edward Tuttle, one
of his attorneys, and is prepar-
ing to take a high school equiva-
lency test to make up for lost
school time.
JCC officials say that to their
knowledge, it is not a common
practice for kids to climb the
bubble. West Bloomfield Police
Sgt. Michael Madigan said his
department also was unaware of
such a practice occuring reg-
ularly.
Shalhoub's attorneys admit
that the youth had consumed
one shot of whisky about three
hours before attempting to scale
the bubble.
No trial date has been set for
the suit.

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Group Opposes
JARC Home

A West Bloomfield homeow-
ners group has filed suit in Oak-
land County Circuit Court in an
attempt to halt the Jewish
Association for Retarded Citi-
zens (JARC) from creating an
adult foster care home in their
subdivision.
Members of the Deerfield Vil-
lage home owners association
charge that the home for six
women would •-iolate a local or-
dinance permitting only single-
family residences in the subdivi-
sion. They are also seeking
$10,000 in damages to compen-
sate for any decrease in property
values caused by the location of
a group home for the retarded in
the area.
The Jewish Agency purchased
the Deerfield Village house in
September and plans to open the
facility in February, according
to Joyce Keller, executive direc-
tor of JARC. The group cur-
rently operates eight homes in
Oakland County and is building
one other facility in West
Bloomfield.

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