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September 21, 1984 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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Friday, September 21, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Call The Jewish News
Today

BE AWINNER. PLAY

BNAI BRITH

• 424-8833

OAKLAND
CENTURY
LODGE will have a dinner and
games party 6:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at
Temple Israel. Prizes will be
awarded. There is a fee. Paid
reservations are due by Oct. 4. For
details, call Marion Schafer,
626-6795; or Jerome Friedman,
626-2903.

Breads, Rolls, Cakes, Cookies, Pastries, Pies and Tortes
A Fresh Approach to Your Holiday Baking

29480 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield

(Between Franklin & lnskster Rds.)

V
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ACCOUNTANTS UNIT will
have a meeting at 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day in the Dubin Meeting Room of
the B'nai B'rith Building. Attor-
ney Maurice Reisman will discuss
"Tax Planning Under Tax Reform
Act of 1984 With Emphasis on
Sub-S Planning." Bagels and cof-
fee will be served. The meeting
qualifies for two hours of CPE
credits.

HUNTINGTON WOODS
CHAPTER 'will have its first
membership meeting of the year
on Monday at 8 p.m. in the home
of Madelyn Friedman, 28420
Brooks Ln., Southfield. Betty
Starkman, president of the
Genealogical Branch of the
Jewish Historical Society of
Michigan, will present a program
on "Tracing Our Roots." For
reservations, call Elaine Glenn,
540-8052; or Ms. Friedman, 357-
0344. Refreshments will be

served. Transportation will be
available if needed. Prospective
members are welcome.

NEWS

Mayor murdered
in the Gaza Strip

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Mayor of
Rafah, the Gaza Strip town now
bisected by the Israel-Egypt bor-
der, was murdered Friday night
as he was returning home from a
nearby mosque after Friday
prayer. Four men were detained
for questioning.
Abdul-Hamid Kishta, 54, died
shortly after the attack. Kishta's
family said he had been loved by
all the towns people and they
could think of no reason for the
murder.
But Damascus Radio said he
had been killed because he had
collaborated with the Israeli
authorities. The radio said PLO
members had carried out the as-
sassination. Special security
measures were taken in the town
during his funeral on Sunday.

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Fisher Electronics Distributing Co. TA

would like to wish all our customers and friends

A Happy Cr Healthy
NEW YEAR

Thank you for all your patronage and
support throughout the year. Good Luck!

Raymond Corridor
PRESIDENT

Richard Gutov
VICE PRESIDENT

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