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March 23, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 23, 1984

17

The LeVine Institute on Aging



OF THE JEWISH HOME FOR AGED

In Memory of *David M. and Frieda G. LeVine
and sons Saul & Dan LeVine

The Jewish Home for Aged
proudly announces the forma-
tion of the LeVine Institute on
Aging.

The Institute is dedicated to
improving the lives of the elderly
through research, education,
training, and service.

It is the first private, non-profit
research and education cen-
ter in Michigan committed to
the present and future needs of
the elderly.

Emphasis will be on:

Applied Research
Professional Education
internship&
Consultation

Richard L. Dou g lass, M.PH., Ph.D.
is Director of the Institute.

19100 West Seven Mile Road

Detroit, Michigan 48219
(313) 532-7112

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