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October 07, 1988 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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LOCAL NEWS

FOOTSTEPS
PODIATRY
CLINIC

13740
W. 9 Mile

Next to
Oak Park
Post Office

Yeshiva Gedolah
Picks Director

SPECIALIZING IN LASER THERAPY
IN ADDITION TO THE TREATMENT OF

Rabbi Eric Krohner has
been appointed executive
director of the Yeshiva
Gedolah Ateres Mordechai
High School/Rabbinical Col-
lege of Greater Detroit.
Rabbi Krohner received a
B.A. degree from Michigan
State University and a full
academic scholarship to the

❑ Bunions
-1 Ingrown Nails J Diabetic
❑ Warts
[11 Corns
Foot Care
Callouses [- J Pediatric
❑ Heel Pain.
Foot Care
❑ Sports
Medicine

Medicare and most insurance plans
accepted as payment in full.

DANIEL S. LAZAR, D.P.M. 548-6633

Monday Night
Specials

Rabbi Eric Krohner

ALL WEEK LONG!

CORSICA

from $ 19000* pe mo

.

Graduate School of Public Ad-
ministration at Wayne State
University.
For several years he was an
instructor in the political
science department at WSU
and worked in the produc-
tivity management and
improvement division of
Detroit Mayor Coleman
Young's office. Rabbi Krohner
received his talmudic train-
ing at Ohr Somayach/Tanen-
baum College of Judaic
Studies, in Jerusalem.
Before coming to the
Yeshiva Gedolah, he worked
as culture and education staff
associate for the Jewish
Welfare Federation in the
department of planning and
budgeting.

Cancer Meeting
At Providence

*Lease pymt. based on approved credit on 48 mos. closed end, 60,000 total
mileage w/84 per mile extra charge. To get total amt. multiply pymt. times 48.
Subject to 4% use tax, 1st. mo . in advance, sec. dept. equal to 1st mo.
pymt., plate cost extra.

A Focus on Living with
cancer meeting will be held at
5 p.m. Tuesday at Providence
Hospital.
With the assistance of a
nurse consultant and other
resource persons, participants
will discuss their mutual pro-
blems in a positive manner.
For information, contact the
American Cancer Society,
557-5353.

Doctor Speaks
On Hodgkin's

HOURS:
Mon. & Thurs.
'til 9:00
Tues., Wed., Fri.
'til 6:00

104

42355 GRAND RIVER
Just East of Novi Rd., Novi

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1988

The Michigan Hodgkin's
Disease Foundation will hold
its monthly meeting at 7:30
p.m. Monday at Providence
Hospital Medical Building,
Eighth Floor, Room C. Dr. C.

Karanes, assistant professor,
Wayne State University
School of Medicine, will speak
on "The Role of Bone Marrow
Transplant in the Treatment
of Hodgkin's Disease." For in-
formation, call the founda-
tion, 544-0033, evenings.

HERE'S TO . .

DRS. EARL HECKER
AND ROBERT TAM were
awarded Army achievement
medals for "Meritorious ser-
vice rendered from Sept. 11 to
Oct. 3, 1987." Their Army
Reserve unit ; the 323rd
General Hospital, was
deployed to the Netherlands
for the reforger exercises of
1987. Dr. Hecker was chief
department of surgery and
Dr. Tam, chief of emergency
services and ambulatory care.
The 323rd General Hospital
is based in Southfield and
drills the first weekend of
every month.

1

•1 SINGLE LIFE imm

Levine, Conrad
To Entertain

Entertainers Jolie Levine
and Natalie Conrad will be
featured at a B'nai B'rith
Michigan Singles dinner at
Norms Restaurant in South-
field on November 20. Reser-
vations are required by Nov.
5. For information, call Roz
Kaufman at 548-0193 or
Evelyn Keller at 968-8445.

SPACE Offers
Loss Clinic

SPACE, a community ser-
vice of the National Council
of Jewish Women Greater
Detroit Section for those men
and women who are
separated, divorced or widow-
ed will offer a workshop at
their offices onTuesday at
7:15 p.m. on handling the
holidays after a loss.
Call
258-6606
for
reservations.

Extravaganza
Slated at JCC

An evening extravaganza
will be held on Oct. 29 at 9
p.m. at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center.
There will be dancing,
refreshments, a cash bar and
door prizes. You can also have
your cards read for a nominal
fee. There is an admission
charge for the dance.
The evening extravaganza
will kick off the Positively
Yours — A Jewish Singles

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