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June 12, 2008 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-06-12

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Business I memos

2008 Lexus LS 60011
novaition Meets Preservation

The world's first hybrid V-13 luxury sedan
boasts sumptuous appointments and a
Super Low Emissions Vehicle rating.

The heart of this remarkable vehicle is the Lexus Hybrid
Drive system, combining an all-new 50 liter gas engine
with a high-output electronic motor. The LS 600hL sprints
from 0 to 60 in 5.4 seconds and yet emits nearly 70%
fewer smog forming emissions than the "cleanest" of its
competitors. And it is the world's first vehicle to be equipped
with LED headlamps for night and low beam use.

The LS 600hL can be ordered with luxurious amenities
such as a heated and cooled, rear seat massaging recliner
with leg rest. Other notable features include the Lexus
Voice Activated Hard Disc Drive Navigation System with
Bluetooth and XM NavTraffic, an available hands-free park
assist function that virtually handles the chore by itself and
a 19 speaker 450-watt Mark Levinson Reference Surround
Sound Audio System. Safety features include an available
Advanced Pre-Collision System that can even detect
pedestrians in the vehicles path.

Sacrificing performance and comfort on behalf of the
environment is no longer a point of contention.
Call now for an appointment to drive this remarkable
new vehicle.

28300 Northwestern H
Southfield, MI

A38 June 12 • 2008


Dr. Howard
Schwartz of West
Bloomfield has
been appointed
service chief for
Family Medicine at
Henry Fnrd West
Bloomfield Hospital.
Schwartz is a mem-
ber of the Henry Ford Medical Group
Board of Governors and has been a
member of numerous committees
within the medical group. He is the
chairman of the Practice Promotion
Initiative for the Detroit-based Henry
Ford Health System.

The Southfield firm of Silverman,
Kaplan & Sakwa, CPAs PC announced
the merger of Jacquelyn Hess CPAs PC
and Eric Leib & Associates PLLC into
their firm. Also, Bonnie Kowalsky,
CPA, of West Bloomfield has joined the
firm as a senior accountant.

Richard A. Barr of
West Bloomfield,
a partner in the
Practice Group
and co-chair of
the Investment
Incentives and
Tax Savings Group
at Detroit-based
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn
LLP, chaired a presentation by national
experts on brownfield redevelopment
at the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency's "Brownfields 2008" confer-
ence at Cobo Center in Detroit on May
7. Barr spoke on using governmental
incentives to facilitate the redevelop-
ment of brownfield sites in Michigan
and across the United States.

Dr. Michael A.
Sandler, of West
Bloomfield, a diag-
nostic radiologist,
was installed as
president of the
Michigan State
Medical Society dur-
ing the annual meet-
ing of the MSMS House of Delegates
on May 3 in Dearborn. Sandler is
senior staff in the Department of
Diagnostic Radiology at Detroit-based
Henry Ford Hospital and serves on the
Michigan Radiological Society Board
of Directors.

Drs. Craig and Marcy Goldin, cos-
metic dentists in Clawson, attended
the American Academy of Cosmetic
Dentistry's annual Scientific Session
in New Orleans. They are both active
members of the academy.

Berton K. May of West Bloomfield, a
partner in the West Bloomfield litiga-
tion firm of May & Sucher PLLC, has
been granted admission to the Ohio
Bar. May practices primarily in the
areas of professional liability, personal
injury, business litigation, criminal
defense and legal ethics.

Frank T. Mamat
has joined the
Farmington Hills
office of the law
firm of Foster, Swift,
Collins & Smith
PC. He is one of the
nation's preeminent
labor law attorneys
and focuses his
practices on complex labor issues,
with a special focus on union matters,
contract negotiations and unfair labor



The Building Industry Association of
Southheastern Michigan, heasdquar-
tered in Farmington hills, hosted its
annual Sales and Marketing Awards
banquet recently. Among the honors:
• Mel Kaftan for Kaftan Communities
(Best Brochure for a Community
under $250,000 — Kaftan
Communities for Briarwood of
Royal Oak, silver winner; Print
Advertisement of the Year-Color, silver
winner; Best Direct Mail Piece, gold
winner; Best Web site for builder or
Community, silver winner; Conversion
of the Year, gold winner)
• Stuart Michaelson for Windmill
Homes for River Walk (Print
Advertisement of the Year-Color, gold
winner; Best Interior Merchandising
for a Model Between $250,000 and
$500,000, silver winner; Best Interior
Merchandising for a Model Between
$500,000 and $1,000,000, gold win-

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