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September 18, 1987 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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Build a better life

Adeline A. Laforet,RN.


Tony is.
As one of the more than 6 million Americans with mental
;retardation, he wants the same things you do . . . a happy,
productive life ... to make friends . . . to prove himself.
Every day, people like Tony take part in programs of
education and job training, neighborhood living and
self-development, proving that persons with mental
retardation can contribute to our communities.
That's why the Association for Retarded Citizens asks for
your support. Help build better lives.


newborns/sick children
post-hospital adult care
elder care
• nursing/therapy
• personal care services
• homemaking


Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens
17288 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48076
(313) 557-7650

Help build the'arc

Association for Retarded Citizens



employment opportunities

Medicare/Blue Cross/Private Insurance

Lyons To Speak
At Luncheon

prizes, Estelle Alter, Ruth
Alter, Esther Gordon.

The Rev. James R. Lyons
will help kick off the Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's
Division "Food for Thought"
Luncheon Series, 11:30 a.m-.
Oct. 6, at Knollwood Country
Now in its second year, the
Food for Thought series
focuses on current issues af-
fecting the Jewish
Founder and director of the
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies,
Rev. Lyons has received many
honors for his efforts to fur-
ther interfaith understanding
and an awareness of the
Deena Canvasser and Nan-
cy Glass are chairmen of the
Food for Thought series.
Cathy Slavik is associate
chairman, Susan Pappas is
luncheon chairman and An-
nie Cohen is advisor. Marian
Kantor is vice-president of
Women's Division, and
Sharon Hart is president.

Baba To Speak

Women Hear
Beverly Sills

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division will
host Beverly Sills, general
director of the New York City
Opera, at a meeting for Allied
Jewish Campaign con-
tributors of $10,000 and over,
Sept. 29.
Set for noon, the meeting
will take place at the home of
Campaign General Chair-
man Jane Sherman.
The Advance Gifts ($10,000)
steering committee includes
Beth Lowenstein and Nancy
Jacobson, chairmen; Marlene
Borman, Campaign educa-
tion chairman; and Barbara
Berry, Susan Citrin, Belle
Kukes and Frieda Stollman,
vice chairmen. Doreen
Hermelin is Women's Divi-
sion Campaign chairman.

Primrose Club
Meets Monday

It's a special time of the week when families
gather, traditions are renewed and there's
plenty of time to relax and enjoy the rich,
delicious taste of Maxwell House® Coffee.
It couldn't be anything but Shabbos dinner.


FRIDAY, SHPT. - 18,.1 9



Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon Monday in the
Lincoln lbwers Apts. club
Plans will be discussed for
the 53rd annual donor lun-
cheon to be held noon Nov. 19
at Cong. Beth Achim. Donor
chairman Rose Bricker will
ask for reports from her com-
mittee chairmen: Rose Belin-
sky and Eva Maister, pledges;
Beckie' Weinman, journal;
captains: Helen Feiner, Mol-
ly Weisman, Etta Kleinman,
Libbie Weiner, Fannie Fried-
man, Shirley Miller; door

Marietta Baba,
associate professor of an-
thropology at Wayne State
University, will be the guest
speaker at the Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee Greater Detroit
Chapter luncheon, noon Sept.
30 at the Wabeek. Country
Club in Bloomfield Hills. Her
topic will be, "The Evolution
of Human Sexuality." Last
day for paid reservations is
For information, contact
Josephine Mellen, 354-2369,
the Brandeis Book Depot,
399-3845, or the answering
service, 341-2461.

Hadassah Group
Opening Meeting

The Eleanor Roosevelt
group of Hadassah will have
their opening meeting 7:30
p.m. at the Huntington Woods
Clinical psychologist Dr.
Steven A. Goren will speak on
"Getting What You Want Out
of Life."


Radomer Dinner

The Radomer Aid Society
will hold its 67th annual ban-
quet beginning with cocktails
at 6 p.m. Sunday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
There will be a fund-raising
candle lighting ceremony,
music and dancing.
For information and reser-
vations, call Shirley Finkel,
5 59-4831 or Nancy Ager,


On Disabled

Detroiters Nora Barron and
Al Ascher presented a
workshop on services to
Jewish people with
disabilities at the national
council of Jewish Federations
in New York City this week.
Ascher is executive director
of Jewish Vocational Services
of Detroit.
Barron is a past president of
JVS and a member of the ex-
ecutive committee of the
Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens.

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