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October 16, 1981 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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THE DETROIT MN NEWS

30 Friday, October 16, 1961

I IAN

Exciting

entertainment for
your organization
club or private party

Stage Shows

Close up magic

Audience
Participation

Mel Eisenberg
547-2464

MENTAL!

`Jewish Family' Topic of Talk
at Windsor Jewish Centre

The Windsor Jewish
Community Centre will
have the first Elliott
Whiteman Memorial Lec-
ture 8 p.m. Nov. 1 at the
Centre. The lecture is made
possible by the Whiteman
family.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Vivian H. Rakoff, professor
and chairman of the de-

See "THE LEADER" Today

Morris
Buick

Montreal.

Dr. Gabriel Whiteman,
brother of the late Mr.
Whiteman, will introduce
the speaker. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Admission is free, and the
community is invited.

UHS Graduates
Slate Reunion

IS THE GUY

A reunion for graduates
of the United Hebrew
Schools from 1970 to the
present is scheduled for Dec.
26 at the LaMed Au-
ditorium of the main UHS
building.
Alumni interested in at-
tending should call Laurie
Sendler, 968-6376; Laura
Lazarus, 541-5213; or
Sheryl Rose, 358-4597.

IS THE BUY

OPEN MON. & THURS. 'TIL 9 P.M.

WHERE EVERY DAY
IS SALE DAY

W 7 Mile At Lodge X-Way

partment of psychiatry at
the University of Toronto.
Dr. Rakoff, who will
speak on "The Jewish Fam-
ily," is a native of South Af-
rica and was educated at the
University of London and at
McGill University in

342-7100

Bruce Goldman & Wendy Alpert of

OF

CLASSIQUE

WILLIAM (BILL) FREEDMAN

WISHES TO THANK OAK PARK VOTERS FOR THEIR
SUPPORT IN NOMINATING HIM FOR CITY COUNCIL
IN THE RECENT PRIMARY ELECTION.

WILLIAM (BILL) FREEDMAN

WISHES TO THANK HIS MANY FRIENDS AND SUP-
PORTERS, FOR THEIR PRAYERS, MESSAGES AND
GOOD WISHES DURING HIS RECENT ILLNESS AND
CONTINUING RECOVERY — HE IS BACK!

MEN'S CLOTHIER

Early Fall
SPECIAL

Designer V Neck
Flat Knit

SWEATERS

Wool Blends
all colors and sizes

Pile Lined

FALL
JACKETS

A GREAT BUY AT

A Great Buy At
$50.00

NOW

Now
$3588

$32.50

$1 988

We take men's and ladies outside alterations

26400 W. 12 Mile, inside Raquetime Center, Sfld.

356-5680 Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Thurs. til 8:30

WILLIAM (BILL) FREEDMAN

ASKS YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT IN

THE GENERAL ELECTION
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd
*****
NOW MORE THAN EVER
OAK PARK NEEDS BILL FREEDMAN

WILLIAM FREEDMAN

OAK PARK COUNCIL
TUES., NOV. 3rd

A HEALTHY, HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO THE. ENTIRE COMMUNITY

Paid for by the Committee to Elect
William (Bill) Freedman

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