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January 10, 1992 - Image 88

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-10

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I WEDDINGS

New
Cruise Apparel

for immediate wear

FINAL SALE

on selected
merchandise

— no alterations —

Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

358-4085

Franklin Plaza • 29107 Northwestern Hwy. • Southfield
(2nd Entrance from 12 Mile, in Rear)

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GLASS & PLASTICS

I LOCAL NEWS I

• SPECIALISTS IN
CUSTOM
SHOWER
ENCLOSURES
• EXPERTS IN
CUSTOM
MIRROR DESIGN
AND
INSTALLATION

Drug Treatment Is
Conference Topic

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353-5770

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- Custom Glass Experts Since 1964 —

OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN
ARE AT SERIOUS
HEALTH RISK!

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Learn the Facts
Arid Help Your Child

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Neuvirth-Lippitt

Sandy Lynn Neuvirth and
Michael Robert Lippitt were
married recently at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Sandy is the daughter of
Annette and Morrie Neuvirth
of Farmington Hills. Michael
is the son of Margie and
Steven Ziff and David and
Elaine Lippitt.
In the wedding party were
grandmother, Bella Shulman
of Oak Park, Sandy's sisters
and brothers-in-law, Sheryl
and Cliff Dovitz, Rhonda and
David Mostyn, and brother
and sister-in-law, Michael and
Ronit Neuvirth. Flower girl
was Erica Dovitz.

TH 70 D
F OTRA CE HCI ENTER

WEIGHT

MANAGEMENT

Call To Register For The FREE
Orientation On January 8, 1992

352-KIDS

or

855-5771

Controversial drugs for the
treatment of psychiatric dis-
abilities will be explored in
the upcoming Kadima con-
ference "Miracle Drugs of the
90s?" 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 17
at Embassy Suites Hotel in
Southfield. It is the first an-
nual conference on adults
with psychiatric disabilities
sponsored by Kadima, co-
sponsored by Wayne State
of
School
University
Medicine. The conference has
been approved for three CME
credits.
Conference speakers will
include Dr. Alan Rosenbaum,
chief of psychiatry, Harper
Hospital; and Dr. Roger
Haskett, director, clinical
studies unit, depression pro-
gram of the University of
Michigan Medical School. Dr.
Elliot Luby, professor of
psychiatry and law at the
schools of medicine and law of
Wayne State University, will
present the luncheon address,
"Privatization: A step in the
right direction?"
The conference cost in-
cludes lunch. The conference
is designed for anyone in-
terested in the treatment of
adults with psychiatric
disabilities.
For a registration form, call
Kadima, 559-8235.

Support Group
Holds Discussion

'Transfer Your Video 'rapes
from the American System
(Ntsc) to the Israel Video
System (Pal) and Vice Versa.

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542-2152

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oust South of 10 Mile Rd.)

The Low Vision Peer Sup-
port Group of the Jewish
Community Center will
discuss "Alternatives to
Reading" 1 p.m. Jan. 15 at
the Maple-Drake building.
Participants will discuss
alternative resources.
Transportation is available
from limited areas; call
Margo Weitzer, 661-1000, ext.
314.

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