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June 23, 1995 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-23

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FINE ART COLLECTION • TREND SETTER • INNOVATOR • FAMILY-OWNED • RETAIL ADVERTISING LEADER • QUALITY

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75TH ANNIVERSARY
EXHIBIT

CREATING MOMENTS T o REMEMBER.
YESTERDAY, TODAY, AND TOMORROW.

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ake a nostalgic look back at
Meyer Jewelers. Celebrate
our 75th year by
touring our
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Exhibit now
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Oakland Mall
store.
Experience a rare
opportunity
to trace the
footsteps of
founder
Meyer Rosenbaum, an
ambitious entrepreneur and art
lover whose creativity and
business savvy turned heads
and made headlines. See the
showpiece replica of one of his
prized art collection pieces, the
"Moon of Baroda", a
26-carat diamond
loaned by Rosenbaum
to Marilyn Monroe for
her starring role in
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

Listen to our audio history, and
pour over dozens of archival
photos, news clippings and
innovative print advertisements
that made Meyer Jewelers
sales and popularity soar
across Downtown and
metro Detroit.
Now, 75 years and 19
stores later, Meyer Jewelers
remains a Michigan landmark
because of you.

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Joyce Keller receives a presidential
appointment.

the policy filters down."
Ms. Keller's nomination came
from an agency leader in Balti-
more who runs a residential care
program similar to JARC. Pres-
ident Clinton and White House
officials made the final selection.
"Joyce was highly recom-
mended for the position," said
Gary Blumenthal, executive di-
rector of the President's Com-
mittee on Mental Retardation.
"People at both the state and fed-
eral levels lobbied hard for her
appointment. This is one of the
highest honors a person in this
field can receive. Her nomination
and appointment is a significant
statement about Joyce Keller and
the respect she receives in the
field."
Although the start of Ms.
Keller's committee work is still
three months away, she identi-
fied several current policy issues
she expects to address.
She spoke of potential changes
in the way Medicaid funding
could be handled if states are giv-
en block grants to fund social ser-
vice programs.
While she agrees with the the-
ory of giving federal money di-
rectly to the states, she is
concerned about the prospects of
reduced compensation for Med-
icaid recipients that could ac-
company block grants.
Another area that concerns
Ms. Keller is Supplemental Se-
curity Income, including federal
subsidies provided to disabled
children whose parents' income
falls below a certain level. Al-
though these subsidies don't af-
fect JARC clients, funding to
these children could be reduced.
Ms. Keller believes the subsidy
prevents children from institu-
tionalization, which ultimately
costs more, she said.
"I'd like to see my voice help
people understand what happens
with policy once it gets down to
agencies and clients," Ms. Keller
said. "It's hard to say what
impact people advising the pres-
ident will have with a Republi-
can-controlled Congress." LI

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We invite you to share in our
celebration at the 12-panel Meyer
Jewelers Anniversary Exhibit,
now displayed at our Oakland

Mall store.



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CREATING MOMENTS TO REMEMBER

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