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October 29, 1993 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-29

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October, 1993
Dear Friend:
We are supporting BARBARA TALLEY FOR SOUTHFIELD CITY CLERK.
This election is of special importance for Southfield's future.
We have known BARBARA TALLEY for more than fifteen years. She served you well as your
Representative on City Council. We are confident she will serve you equally as well as CITY
CLERK.

BARBARA TALLEY is qualified, experienced, and is totally in touch with out community.
The citizens of Southfield would be most fortunate to have someone as professional and fair as
Barbara Talley.

ON NOVEMBER 2, 1993, WE URGE YOU TO CAST YOUR VOTE FOR BARBARA TALLEY
FOR SOUTHFIELD CITY CLERK.

Maxine Berman
State Representative

Sander Levin
U.S. Congress

Jack Faxon
State Senator

ENDORSERS

Lynn D. Alkn/Oakland County Clerk
Teola Hunkr/Wayre County Clerk
Betty Fortin),Waterford Township Clerk
Lillian Jaffee Oaks/Oakland County Commissioner

Lamy Pemkk/Oakland County Commissioner
Hubert Price/Oakland County Commissioner
Walter Johnson'Saithfield School Board Member
Brenda Lawrence/Southfield School Board Member

Steve Kaplan/Southfield School Board Member
Larry Wright/Southfield School Board Member
William Morgan/Royal Oak Township Trustee
Erma L Henderson/Former President, Detroit City Council

Eric Colemanformer Southfield School Board Member
Doug Ross/Former State Senator
Michigan Women's Political Caucus
Metropolitan Detroit AFL-C10

Oakland County UAW-CAP Ccunc-il
Citizens fa Better Government
Detroit Federations of Teachers
Detroit Area Kindly Coastniction Workers Task Force

Paid for by The Committee to Elect Barbara Talley

psydio•a•nary isis:
1. A systematic. structure

of theories concerning the rela-

tion of complete festivities in

the form of hilarious

comedic entertainment to out-

standing, toe-tapping

musical entertainment in com-

bined performances

on November 13,

1993 at Masonic Temple.

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And you're invited.

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1 1)

Judicial Seminar
Lunches Set

The next installment of the De-
troit Jewish Judicial Seminar
will convene 12:15 p.m. Nov. 2
in the offices of Judge Richard
C. Kaufman. The speaker, Rab-
bi Herschel Finman of Lubav-
itch Center, will discuss "An
Analysis of the Jewish Belief
System."
A similar luncheon, titled
"Why Be Jewish," will take
place 12:15 p.m. Nov. 16 in the
offices of Kaufman and Payton,
30833 Northwestern Highway,
suite 200, Farmington Hills.
There is a charge for kosher
lunch for both lectures; reser-
vations are required. Call Rabbi
Finman, 737-7000.

Blood Drive
At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue will
hold a blood donor drive 9 a.m.-
3 p.m. Nov. 7.
Red Cross specialists will
handle all procedures. The
donation process takes approx-
imately one hour. An appoint-
ment time may be scheduled by
calling Beverly Gale, 626-2893
(evenings). All others will be
taken on a first come, first
served basis.
The drive is sponsored by the
synagogue's Social Action Com-
mittee.

Join the

MICHIGAN PSYCHOANALYTIC
FOUNDATION AND INSTITLTE

for their annual benefit featuring
the hilarious psychobabble of nationally
renowned comedian and psychotherapist

DR. WILL MILLER

and the outstanding music of the

HARTFORD MEMORIAL
BAPTIST CHURCH JUBILEE CHORUS

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 3th 8:00 pm

in the

SCOTTISH RITE CATHEDRAL AUDITORIUM
in the MASONIC '1 EMPLE
A gala dessert afterglow will follow

FOR INFORMATION AND TICKETS, CALL 559 ,5855

Tennis Clinic
For Singles

A co-ed singles tennis clinic, de-
signed for beginners and ad-
vanced beginners, will begin
Nov. 22 for five weeks at the
Maple-Drake building.
For information, call Nancy
Shapiro, 661-1000.

Oneg Shabbat
For Singles

The Jewish Community Center
Singles will welcome in the Sab-
bath with an Oneg at Chim-
ney Hill Clubhouse followed by
a vegetarian dinner and guest
speaker 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19.
To register, call Nancy
Shapiro, 661-1000, by Nov. 17.
There is a fee. CI

We earnestly stretch out our
hands to our Arab brethren
in peace, but we have
returned to Jerusalem,
never to part from her again.
- Moshe Dayan

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