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June 14, 1996 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-14

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A record $150,100 was raised
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ucation.

Dr. Kash, a graduate of the
Palmer College of Chiropractic
in Davenport, Iowa, has practiced
in Madison Heights for the past

Middlebelt Pediatrics,
a practice that has
provided health-care
services to three gen-
erations of Farming-
ton Hills children, has
joined the University
of Michigan Medical
Center Primary Care
Network.
Physicians Wil-
liam Rubinoff, M.D.;
Harvey Stein, M.D.;
and Allan Weiner,
M.D., become clinical
faculty members in Dr. Allen E. Kash
the U-M Department
of Pediatrics while continuing to 22 years. Dr. Kash and his fam-
provide general pediatric care ily, members of Adat Shalom
Monday through Saturday at Synagogue, reside in West
their office, located at 21000 Mid- Bloomfield.
dlebelt Road.
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gious award, Chiropractor of the Lawrence Krugel, M.D., in the
Year, to Dr. Allen E. Kash.
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