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March 16, 1990 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-16

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Michigan Ear Institute presents:

New Developments
For Those
With Hearing Loss.

and chief operating officer for
Farbman/Stein and Co. Bur-
ton Farbman has assumed
the duties of chairman of the
board and chief executive
officer.

A free lecture at Providence Hospital.

MITCHELL ROSEN-
THAL, Ph.D., has been nam-
ed as assistant administrator
of academic affairs, project
director, Southeastern
Michigan Traumatic Brain
Injury System (SEMTBIS)
and director of psychology for
the Rehabilitation Institute.

Few of us realize the quiet desperation and feelings of
isolation people with hearing loss suffer daily. They live in a
world that seems to go on without them, leaving them lonely
and, at times, embarrassed.
Fortunately, hearing loss is becoming more and more
treatable every day. On March 27, the Michigan Ear Institute
will present a lecture by its leading otologists called, "New
developments for those with hearing loss."
T. Manford McGee, M.D., Malcolm D. Graham, M.D.,
Jack Kartush, M.D., and Michael LaRouere, M.D. will discuss
different tests now available to determine the extent and
nature of hearing loss, and exciting new treatments and
procedures such as cochlear implants and semi-implantable
hearing aids that are giving people with hearing loss renewed
hope. A question and answer period will follow.
To make sure you or someone you love is able to attend this
lecture, you must make reservations. Call (313) 476-4622 or
our TDD number 1-800-336-7578 and ask for Michelle Tucker.
Join us Tuesday, March 27, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Fisher
Auditorium at Providence Hospital for this free and
enlightening lecture.
Oral and sign language interpreters, and a personal
amplification system will be available.

MEL DURBIN, president of
Durbin Inc., was recently in-
stalled as the 1990 president
of the Michigan Association
of Realtors.

ALLAN BROTMAN has
been appointed sales
associate in the commerical
office leasing division of the
Byron W. Trerice Company.

STEVE WEINBERG has
been promoted to manager of
accounting services for Morof,
Sheplow and Weinstein and
Co.

FERN HOBERMAN
KEPES has been hired by
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion as a staff associate to
work in the Campaign and
leadership development
departments.

JEROME KANTER, chief
executive officer of Kanter
Associates/American Benefits
Group in Southfield, has been
named associate general
agent for the National Life of
Vermont Detroit Agency.

//:-I Michigan Ear Institute

© 1990 Providence Hospital, Southfield, MI.

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DANIEL SCHWARTZ has
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Birmingham based health-
care consulting service as
director of client services.

MARK DAVIDOFF has
been promoted to vice presi-
dent for finance with Mercy
Services for Aging (MSA).

SANDRA SHIPPER AND
MARK KOWALSKY have
become shareholders in
Butzel, Keidan, Simon, Myers
and Graham.

I LOCAL NEWS I

Rabbi Wine
Gives Review

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent the third of four talks on
the theme: Philosophy for To-
day at 8:30 p.m. March 19. He
will review Henry Thoreau:
The Return to Nature.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the temple,
477-1410.

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