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December 20, 1985 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 20, 1985

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FOGELMAN'S WASHER &
DRYER REPAIR SERVICE

freedman & affociatef, inc.

perfonnel placement confultonti

former laundromat owner

• fully experienced in washer and dryer repair
• all work guaranteed
• no hourly charge, just a $25 flat rate service call charge

SPECIALIZING IN THE PLACEMENT OF
ACCOUNTANTS, CONTROLLERS, BOOKKEEPERS
and GENERAL OFFICE PERSONNEL.

ALL FEES EMPLOYER PAID

world," said Pritzker. "If you
want to put up a hotel in Jedda
or Riyand, they just do it. In Is-
rael, everybody has to discuss
it."
Although Hyatt is the most
visible and glamorous facet of
the Pritzker empire, hotels don't
constitute the major source of
the family's revenues. The bulk
of the fortune is invested in a
network of medium-sized widget
manufacturing firms, foundries
and considerable real estate
holdings, as well as such tidbits
as managing the Superdome, a
chunk of Braniff Airlines, Union
Tank Car and McCalls Maga-
zine. Nonetheless, when asked,
"So all these hotels really don't
mean alot of money to you,"
Pritzker smiled and said, "No —
but it's a living.

Edwin Black is the author of The
Transfer Agreement: The Untold
Story of the Secret Pact Between the
Third Reich and Jewish Palestine
(Macmillan), winner of the Carl
Sandburg Award for the best nonfic-
tion of 1984.

Stan Freedman, CPA
Dennis Frank, CPA
John Rofel, CPA

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Suite 100
Farmington Hills, MI 48018

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Paris (JTA) — A square in
central Paris was named this
week in honor of Rene Cassin, a
former president of the Alliance
Israelite Universelle and the
man who wrote, at Eleanor
Roosevelt's request, the Interna-
tional Declaration of the Rights
of Man.
Cassin, a former aide to Gen.
Charles de Gaulle who served as
Minister of Justice in France's
Free French London-based gov-
ernment, during the war, died
in 1976 at the age of 89.
The square which now bears
his name is in the heart of
Paris, near the city's main cul-
tural area, the Centre
Beaubourg. Mayor Jacques
Chirac inaugurated the square
and a newly planted park.


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YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-WOODS
30th Annual Dinner
Sunday, January. 19, 1986









Seiko. The elegant way to
slim down, tone up.

Honoring Founding Members

WJC Leader
On Polish Visit

Paris (JTA) — World Jewish
Congress President Edgar M.
Bronfman Thursday held a
three-hour meeting with Polish
President Woyjech Jaruzelski
last week. Bronfman remained
in Poland over the weekend to
visit the site of the former Au-
schwitz concentration camp.
Polish officials said the meet-
ing was friendly and sincere.
They said that only subjects of
mutual interest had been dis-
cussed. Last Thursday's meeting
was the second this year be-
tween the two.
Bronfman and Jaruzelski met
in September in New York dur-
ing the United Nations General
Assembly.

FAYGA & DAVE DOMBEY

Sonia & Seymour Ribiat
Dinner Chairmen

Cocktails 6: 00 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m.

$50 per person

Scaled-down proportions. Toned-up colors and textures.
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continuous bracelet-into-dial rib in gold-tone, circle or
square. Most inventive, the silver-and-gold-tone that
covers every slant. Most of all, they're Seiko Quartz.

JEWELRY DESIGN & MFG. CO .

Reservations: 398-1177 or 967-3606

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Applegate Square
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