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July 10, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-10

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LOCAL NEWS

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THE
WEXNER
HERITAGE
FOUNDATION

acknowledges with gratitude the
gracious hospitality extended by the

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOL

Barbara Goodman, President
Gerald A. Teller, Superintendent

in hosting the Foundation's
leadership development Seminars
for the 1986-'87 academic year.

Mr. Leslie Wexner, Chairman
Rabbi Herbert Friedman, President
Rabbi N. Laufer, Director of Programs

"The World Stands on Three
Pillars - Study, Prayer and
deeds of Kindness" .
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Metropolitan Eye Surgeons

are pleased to announce
the relocation of our West Bloomfield office to the following address:

5813 W. Maple Road - Suite 137
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
(Located just West of Orchard Lake Road)
Phone (313) 855-3346

Zevi Steinmetz, a kindergarten student at Akiva Hebrew Day School,
displays the ice cream drip guard which won him the regional and school
awards in the Invent America competition. Zevi is the son of Allan and
Sarina Steinmetz of Oak Park.

Donald S. Beser, -M.D., F.A.C.S.
Robert D. Beitman, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Robert T. Clark, M.D., F.N.C.S.
Amy B. Eston, M.D.
Lawrence L. Stocker, M.D., P.C.

Metropolitan Eye

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Cataract Specialists
Eye Consultants

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—Pontiac
Trail

—W. Maple Rd.

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— 13 Mile Rd

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—12 Mile Rd.

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MEET THE MEDICAL STAFF

Dr. Donald
Beser

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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1987

Dr. Robert
Beitman

Dr. Robert
Clark

Dr. Amy
Eston

Dr. Lawrence
L. Stocker, P.C.

JARC Re•Elects Feldman

Michael S. Feldman was re-
elected president of the
Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens.
Elected with him were:
Cheryl Guyer, Nancy Jacob-
son and Michael Pitt, vice
presidents; David Frank,
treasurer; and Joel Shere,
secretary. Directors elected
for a second three-year term
were: Nora Barron, Arthur
Golumbia, Nancy Jacobson,
Robert Jasgur, Adell Megdall
and Eugene Mondry. Elected
for a first three-year term
were: David Frank, Arthur
Horwitz, Robert Kaplow, Lin-
da Lutz, Jay Richman, Judy
Richmond and Beverly Talan.
The business meeting also
included a special presenta-
tion honoring Ron Stone of
Stone, August and Co. "for
volunteer hours given to
JARC over the years."
The JARC Volunteer of the
Year Award was presented to
the Oak Park Masonic Lodge
"for four years of service to
the Haverim Home
residents." Ed Spivak, wor-
shipful master, • and Jerry
Weiner, community services
chairman, accepted the
award.
Julie Singer, coordinator of
the DeRoy Apartment Pro-
gram, received the 1987
Joseph Tanzman Memorial
Award "for excellence in ad-
ministration." The Award is

Michael Feldman

named in memory of JARC's
first president.
The Anna Slomovitz
Honorary Award for ex-
cellence in home manage-
ment was given to Tom Har-
tgraves, residential program
coordinator for three Haverim.
homes. Mrs. Slomovitz was a
founding member of the
association and a driving
force in the establishment of
the first JARC home.
Kimberly Davis received
the Marilyn Sisler Memorial
Award for excellence in direct
care service. The award
memorializes a long-time
Haverim Home resident who
died several years ago.
Feldman recognized the ac-

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