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June 05, 1987 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-05

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Friday, June 5, 1987

851-5470

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

West 13loomfielcl Plaza

Mr: and Mrs. William E. Kellerman

50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Kellerman of Farmington Hills
were honored May 23 at Cong.
B'nai Moshe — where they first
met — on the occasion of their
50th wedding anniversary. The
kiddush following services was
hosted by their daughter,

Dolores Liebowitz.

They celebrated with family
at a party in their honor given
by their son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Kellerman of Huntington
Woods.

JARC Annua Meeting

Michael S. Feldman has been
nominated for a second one-
year term as president of the
Jewish Association for Retard-
ed Citizens. The entire
1987-1988 slate of officers and
board of directors will be voted
upon by the general member-
ship at the JARC 18th annual
meeting on Jund 23 at Groves
High School Auditorium at 7:30
p.m.
Entertainment for the chai
anniversary meeting will
feature the Famous People
Players, an internationally-
acclaimed theater company
which performs in the
blacklight technique. The
troupe will present A Little Like
Magic from its recent national
tour which included a six-week
engagement on Broadway. Bar-
bara Nusbaum is the meeting
chairperson.
The slate of officers includes:
Cheryl Guyer, Nancy Jacobson
and Michael Pitt, vice
presidents; David Frank,
treasurer; and Joel Shere,
secretary.
Nominated for a second three-
year term are Nora Barron, Ar-
thur Golumbia, Nancy Jacob-
son, Robert Jasgur, Adell
Megdall and Eugene Mondry.
Nominated for a first three-
year term are David Frank, Ar-
thur Horwitz, Robert Kaplow,
Linda Lutz, Jay Richman, Judy
Richmond and Beverly Talan.
Continuing board members

are: Marilyn Brose, Evva
Caplan, Judge Gus Cifelli, Jon
Garrett, Harriet Gelfond, Rab-
bi Solomon Gruskin, Rita Had-
dow, Joel Jacob, June Katz,
Ellen Labes, Rep. Sander Levin,
Dr. Martin Levinson, Daniel
Medow, Ronald Mitnick,
Miriam Moss, Rabbi David
Nelson, Barbara Nusbaum,
Sheila Ordin, Donna Pearlman,
Michael Perlman, Doug Ross,
Jack Schechter, Richard E.
Smitt, Gail Stewart, Cary Stor-
chan, Shelby Tauber, Donald
Wagner, Deedee Weinberg.
Past presidents include
Sharon Alterman, Harry
Berlin, Morton Collins, Meyer
Pearlman, Ronald Stone and
Norman G. Wachler.

Blood Drives
Are Scheduled

Blood drives will take place
2-8 p.m. June 15 at the Far-
mington Hills Public Library
and from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
June 30 at Providence Hospi-
tal.
Blood can be donated by
anyone between the ages of
17 and 70 who is in good
health and weighs at least
110 pounds.
For an appointment in
Farmington, call Lee Ann
Hamel, 553-3000; or Provi-
dence Hospital, 424-3180.

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