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October 13, 1989 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-13

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It Stands For More Than Doctor.
It Stands For Two Doctors.
Millman And Derr.

Lemberg, 35, joined Coopers
and Lybrand in 1979 as a tax
specialist. Lemberg left the
firm to work as legal counsel
for a publicly traded company
in Birmingham, and as a self-
employed attorney for several
years before returning to
Coopers and Lybrand in 1984.
Since his return, Lemberg
has held the positions of tax
supervisor and tax manager.


recently spoke as a guest lec-
turer at the First World Con-
gress For Small Incision

Cataract Surgery in Monte
Carlo, France.
Solway, a resident of Bloom-
field Hills, was one of 37
speakers chosen to address
the Congress, which examin-
ed various techniques of
phacoemulsification, a mod-
ern technique of cataract
survery. Solway, an opthal-
mologist, recently published a
paper on phacoemulsification
which used medical illustra-
tions and computer graphics
in an innovative manner to
explain the technique to
other physicians.

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Dr. Thomas Millman
and Dr. Frank Derr
form a new medical and
surgical eye care team.


AJC Plans Tours
To New Zealand


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home in the South Island's ci-
ty of Dunedin as well as the
tiny country cemetery at
Greymouth on the Tasman
Sea, with its Hebrew grave-
stones. Tour participants will
also hear colorful tales of
Jewish pioneers, gold rushers
and the many immigrants
who married Maoris.
Travelers will visit
Auckland and Christchurch
and will dine with Israel's
Ambassador to New Zealand
in Wellington. Small guest
houses and motor lodges will
accommodate travelers as
they venture off the tourist
route to discover New
Zealand's smaller villages,
harbors and counties, many
seldom visited by foreign
For more information, call
the AJCongress International
Travel Program toll-free,


New York — American
travelers will have the oppor-
tunity to discover New
Zealand's intriguing Jewish
history during two New -
Zeland: Jewish Discovery
tours sponsored by the
American Jewish Congress,
Feb. 6 and 17, 1990. The
three-week tours will be led
by Jerusalem-born Odea
Rosenthal, author of Not
Strictly Kosher: Pioneer Jews
in New Zealand.
The trips will showcase the
country's incomarable
natural beauty, as well as in-
troduce travelers to its Jewish
history and life.
Jews have lived in New
Zealand since 1931, and now
most live in the major cities.
The AJCongress tours will in-
clude synagogue tours, home
hospitality by community
members, and visits to
Olveston, a Jewish stately

When two recognized ophthalmologists like
Drs. Millman and Den join in medical practice
and open an eye care center, it means total eye
care services, state of the art capabilities and
years of experience. It means a new dimension in
eye care for you and your family. It is the
Millman-Derr Center for Eye Care.
Our new facility includes a complete surgical
wing so we can offer you the convenience,
efficiency and lower cost of outpatient surgery.
At the Millman-Derr Center for Eye Care,
we're ready to provide you with a full range of
services from routine eye exams to advanced
diagnosis, laser treatment and outpatient surgery
for eye diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma.
So when you're seeking quality eye care, it's
very simple, Just look for our initials.



Main Office & Surgery Center: 375 Barclay Circle, Rochester Hills • (313) 852-3636
Also Located At: 45440 Van Dyke Road, Utica • (313) 739-2777

1 (800) 652-EYES (Michigan Only)


Palestinians Are Using
Sympathy For Emigres

Jerusalem — The same
kinds of sympathies used ef-
fectively on behalf of Soviet
Jews beginning in the 1970s
operate • on behalf of the
Palestinians in the West
Bank and Gaza.
At a recent seminar at
Hebrew University, Dr.
Judith Elizur said that the
denial of emigration rights
and the persecution of Soviet
Jewry had the necessary
elements of drama and denial
of human rights to attract the
attention of the Western

press. The story also fit the
classical picture of the Jew as
victim or underdog (the David
figure) in the Western image;
she said.
But ,Israel shed its David
image, beginning with the
1967 war, and now a "new ac-
tor" has stepped into the role,
the Palestinians, said Elizur.
Thus, she said, there has oc-
curred "a fascinating role
reversal (in the Western
media) of the Palestinians as
victim and Israel as the op-

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