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March 03, 1995 - Image 118

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-03

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OPEN EVERY SATURDAY

Everyone Claims To Specialize In

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Coat
BUICK

ROLEX
REPAIR

1995 REGAL

We Are Michigan's Largest

Certified Rolex Technician

(Factory Trained by Rolex)

We Use Only Factory Swiss
Made Rolex Parts, Tools
and Equipment

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Dion 's

World of Watches

"The Store To Watch"

4301 Orchard Lake Road
539-1181

(Corner of Lone Pine) Inside Crosswinds Mall

Hours: Mon.-Wed. 10-6, Thurs. & Fri. 10-9, Sat. 10-6

Rolex is a Registered Trademark of Rolex USA - We Are Not an Authorized Rolex Dealer

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
Metro Detroit District

1995 PARK AVENUE

invites the community to a

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PURIM VARIETY SHOW
"FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE"

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ALL VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH: Dual airbags, ABS, cruise, tilt,
AM/FM cass., power windows, locks, CD changer and more!

37911 Grand River

West of Halsted

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FARMINGTON HILLS

810-471-0800

'24 mo. closed end lease based on approved credit. 12,000 ni. per year w/154 per male excess. Lessee
rasp. for tax, title, plates, dest., acq. fee and $585 down. Rf. sec. dep. of 1st mo. pymt. rounded to next
$25 increment Total obligation is pymt times term plus fees_ Lessee rasp. for excessive wear and tear.
Lessee has opt. to purchase at lease end at a price to be determined at inception.

OPEN EVERY SATURDAY

featuring the multi-talented MURKIS FAMILY

Father Ze've, Baritone, Mother Rachel, Keyboard
Son Shlomo (age 7), Singer-Dancer, Daughter
Sheila (age 11), Singer-Dancer. M.C. Hy Shenkman,
Humorist, Pantomimist

Sunday, March 12, 1995

Have You Graduated



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• Founded 1938 •

8:00 p.m.

ZIONIST CULTURAL CENTER
18451 West 10 Mile, Southfield
(810) 569-1515
Admission Free
Purim Goodies

MAPLE-TELEGRAPH
OFFICE SPACE

1100 Sq. Ft

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GREAT LOCATION!

JONATHAN BRATEMAN PROPERTIES

810-474-3855

Dependency
Workshop Set

"Chemical Dependency and Re-
covery in the Jewish Commu-
nity" is the topic of a workshop
for mental health professionals
to be sponsored by Jewish Fam-
ily Services on Sunday, March
19, from 10 a.m. to noon at the
Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County.
Workshop leaders are Kirk
Brower, director of the Chelsea
Arbor Treatment Center; Trudy
Simon, from McAuley outpa-
tient mental health and chemi-
cal dependency services; Ruth
Gordon Shabazz, director of the
Washtenaw Council on Alco-
holism, and Pam Novetsky, for-
merly with WCA and Chelsea
and now a therapist in private
practice with dual diagnosis
clients.
The workshop will discuss be-
liefs, myths, stereotypes and
common misconceptions about
chemical dependency and will
look at issues facing therapists
with Jewish clients and facing
Jewish therapists. It also will
consider the concept of recovery
and the process involved.
JFS has established a
provider network of mental
health professionals so as to as-
sist JFS with client and group
counseling. The March 19 work-
shop is designed to provide net-
work members with continuing
education but is also open to all
mental health professionals.
There is a charge. The work-
shop is sponsored by the mental
health task force of Jewish Fam-
ily Services in conjunction with
that agency's task force on ad-
ditions.

Teen Connection
Activities Set

The JCC/13BY0 Teen Connec-
tion group invites sixth to
eighth graders interested in a
year-long social action project to
attend a meeting on Tuesday,
March 14, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the
Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County. Please call
Teen Connection, 995-9892, to
attend.
Also, an evening of roller blad-
ing for teens at U.S. Blades in
West Bloomfield is planned for
Sunday, March 19, from 5 to 9
p.m. The event is a joint activi-
ty between Ann Arbor Teen
Connection and Windsor's Teen
Connection.
Participants can enjoy roller
blading (protective gear in-
cluded), indoor miniature golf,
video games, and a pizza dinner.
There is a charge. Call the Teen
Coordinator, 971-0990, for in-
formation.

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