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May 14, 1993 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-14

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JARC

invites you to meet a man who is unlocking doors of silence
for people with disabilities

Dr. Douglas Bidden
Facilitated Communication Institute, Syracuse University
JARC Humanitarian Award Recipient

at the
Annual Meeting and Election of Officers
Monday, May 24, 1993
8:00 p.m.
Adat Shalom Synagogue

There is no charge. A sign language interpreter will be provided.

Dr. Bicklen's pioneering

work have appeared

technique of Facilitated

in The New York Times

Communication has

Magazine, Newsweek, CBS

opened a new world for

Evening News and ABC's

people who appeared

PrimeTime Live. Join us as

unable to communicate.

we honor Dr. Bidden for

Accounts of Dr. Bicklen's

unlocking doors of silence.

1993-1994 Slate of Officers and Directors

Joel M. Shere

President

Barbara Nusbaum

President Elect
I. William Cohen

Nancy Grosfeld
Arthur Horwitz

Nominated for an
additional three:year term

Nominated for a
first three-year term

Arthur Berlin
Harriet Gelfond
Arthur Horwitz
Rob Kaplow
H. James Zack

James Bellinson
Barbara Bloom
Sue Curhan
Neil Farkas, D.O.
Barry W. Feldman, M.D.
Beverly Frank
Rita Haddow
Michael Pitt
Howard Tapper

Vice Presidents

Ellen babes

Secretary

Rob Kaplow

Measurer

A Jewish Association for Residential Care
for persons with developmental disabilities
28366 Franklin Road, Southfield, Michigan 48034 (313) 352-5272 v/tty

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Dr. Seymour Ziegelman, a
senior attending physician at
Sinai Hospital, will be the
speaker 11:45 a.m. May 24 at
the installation luncheon of
the Temple Beth El Sister-
hood. His topic, "Controver-
sial Gynecological Issues for
Women in the 90's," reflects
his interest as an obstetri-
cian/gynecologist in the
change-of-life decisions
women must make today. -
A graduate of Wayne State
University Medical School,
Dr. Ziegelman served both his
internship and residency at
Sinai Hospital and has been
in practice locally for 30
years. He is involved both in
the medical community and
the community at large,
where he serves as vice presi-
dent of Temple Kol Ami.
Reservations are necessary
and there is a charge. For in-
formation, call Barbara
Grant, 851-1100.

Sisterhood Event
Hears Professor

Dr. Sylvia Hacker will pre-
sent a talk titled "The Future
of Human Sexuality" at the
Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood
Installation 6 p.m. May 20 at
the temple.
The evening begins with
dinner and installation of sis-
terhood officers. Dr. Hacker, a
University of Michigan pro-
fessor, will present her
program at 8 p.m.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations, call the temple,
661-0040.

Dimona Group
Plans Tour

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Sisterhood
Hears Doctor

Dimona Chapter, Na'amat/
USA will host a tour of
Judaica ceremonial objects at
Thmple Beth El, 1:30 p.m.
May 18.
Lunch will be at 11:30 a.m.
at Big Boy Restaurant, Thle-
graph and Maple roads. Call
Alice Ross, 540-0494, for
reservations.

Hanitansrael
Meeting Set

Hanita/Israel Chapter of
Na'amat/USA will meet 12:30
p.m. May 18 in the Crown
Pointe building.
Professor Norma Goldman
of Wayne State University
will speak on "The Jews of
Rome." Refreshments will be
served.

Julia Koschitzky

Women's Division
Hosts Speaker

Julia Koschitzky, who chairs
the Karen Hayesod World
Board of Trustees, will ad-
dress the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit
Women's Division's 47th an-
nual meeting 11 a.m. June 8
at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek.
Ms. Koschitzky was na-
tional president of the United
Israel Appeal of Canada,
where she was instrumental
in shaping the relationship of
Canadian Jewry with Israel.
After chairing the Thronto
UJA Women's Division Cam-
paign, she co-chaired with
great success the general
Toronto UJA Campaign and
Operation Exodus.
Lunch will be served and
there is a fee. Babysitting will
be available upon request by
June 1.
A sign language interpreter
also will be available.
For information and reser-
vations by June 1, call the
Women's Division, 642-4260.

Hechtman Group
Hears Speaker

The Hechtman Chapter of
Na'amat/USA will meet noon
May 17 at Maple-Drake
Jewish Center.
Joe Medwed, president of
the Detroit Zionist Federa-
tion, will speak on "Israel Up-
date." Mini luncheon will be
served. There is no charge.

Horodoker Group
Plans Meeting

A meeting of the David-
Horodoker Women's Organi-
zation will be held noon May
18 at Lincoln Towers
clubroom.

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