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February 05, 1988 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-05

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Cruisewear Arriving Daily

From solo piano to
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For Booking Info:

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(313) 354-6070
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PARTY RENTALS
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(313) 353-5600

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IN CROSSWINDS (FORMER PINE LAKE MALL)

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An associate of the
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"MEET AMERICA'S MOST NOTED MAKEUP ARTIST"

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For Makeup Critique Appointment
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1988

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I ENGAGEMENTS

Jodie Weisberg

Weisberg-Polk

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Weisberg of West Bloomfield
are pleased to announce the
engagement of their
daughter, Jodie, to James A.
Polk, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Polk of Royal Oak.
Jodie received her Bachelor
of Business Administration
degree from Walsh College
and her associates degree in
culinary arts from Oakland

Community College. She is
employed as a pastry chef at
a Southfield restaurant.
Jim, formerly of Dover,
Ohio, received his associate
degree in culinary arts from
Oakland Community College.
He is employed as a sous chef
at a West Bloomfield
restaurant.
A November 1989 wedding
is planned.

NEWS)

Wallenberg Reported
Alive And In Prison

Montreal — Soviet author-
ities claim he died 40 years
ago, but Raoul Wallenberg is
alive and still in prison, Irwin
Cotler, a McGill University
law professor told a news con-
ference last week before his
departure for Moscow to raise
the issue of Wallenberg with
Kremlin leaders.
Cotler said that he has con-
fidential information from a
"highly placed Swedish diplo-
mat" that as recently as Oc-
tober 1987, Wallenberg was
"alive and incarcerated in a
prison not far from Moscow."
If alive, he would be 76. The
Soviets insist he died of a
heart attack in 1947.
Wallenberg, a young Swed-
ish diplomat posted to Buda-
pest during the final year of
World War II, is credited with
saving at least 100,000 Jews
from deportation to Nazi
death camps by giving them
haven at the Swedish mission
and providing them with

documents. He has not been
heard from since he was ar-
rested by the Red Army when
it occupied Budapest in 1945,
though reports have surfaced
over the years that he was
seen alive in one or another
Soviet prison.
Cotler was invited to Mos-
cow as part of an interna-
tional delegation of jurists
and legislators that has been
monitoring the Helsinki
human rights accords.

Type It Please

Engagement and wed-
ding announcements
must be typewritten, dou-
ble spaced and received
by The Jewish News by
noon Friday for the
following week's edition.
Call the Editorial
Department for informa-
tion, 354-6060.

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