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September 25, 1992 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-25

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NEWS

Mac McCoy

Says...

Measure,
Monitor,
Motivate !

AMRAEL
REMODELING

Wishes All Our Family,
Friends and Customers a

...with the NEW

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HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR

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On Sukhot you need an open roof.
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Exp. Oct. 21, 1992

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Wishing All Our
Customers, Friends
and Relatives
A VERY HEALTHY, HAPPY

NEW YEAR

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The Finishing Touch:

Pressing a fine garment is the finishing touch
in successful dry cleaning. Quality pressers ac-
quire their skills over a lifetime of work. At
MY Cleaners our quality pressers use the old
manual style presses to achieve the custom-
finished look the discriminating customer
demands.

The finishing touch — one of the many
reasons why knowledgeable customers say
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Located on Northwestern Highway
at 12 Mile Rd.

Hebrew U. Cites
Holocaust Hero

Dr. Gerhart M. Riegner, the
man who in 1942 was the first
to inform the Western Jewish
leadership and the Allied
powers of the full horror of the
Nazi plans to exterminate the
Jewish people, has been
honored by the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem,
which has designated him as
an honorary fellow of the
university.
Leaders of the university
and of the World Jewish Con-
gress gathered to honor Dr.
Riegner, whom university
Chancellor Avraham Har-
man called "one of the central
civil servants of the Jewish
people." Among them were
WJC Co-chairman Isi Liebler
of Australia, Israeli WJC
Branch Chairman Yehiel
Leket, Israel Branch Director
Dr. Avi Becker, Professor
Shemaryahu Talmon of the
University's Department of
Bible, who has worked with
Dr. Riegner on interfaith ac-
tivities, other senior faculty
members, and many friends
and colleagues of the honoree.
In addition to warning of
the Nazi threat while serving
on behalf of the WJC in
Geneva, Switzerland, in
World War II, Dr. Riegner
played a significant role in
saving Jewish lives during
the war and in rehabilitating
surviving Jews in Europe
after the war. He also led ef-
forts to protect the rights of
Jews in North Africa and
elsewhere in the world and
has been active in interfaith
dialogue between Jews and
gentiles. Dr. Riegner, 80, and
a resident of Geneva, had a
long career with the WJC, go-
ing back to 1936.
After Chancellor Harman
presented him with the scroll
naming him an honorary
fellow of the University, Dr.
Riegner responded, saying,
"My life's work always
centered around the same
goals: human dignity, human
rights and human freedom."
He suggested that the Jewish
people resume its traditional
role at the forefront of new in-
itiatives in the field of human
rights.

Numerous Israeli set-
tlements, institutions and
streets are named for
American presidents —
among them the moshav of
Kfar Truman and the
Truman Research Institute
for Peace on Mt. Scopus, the
Givat Washington youth
village and Washington
Streets in Tel Aviv and
Jerusalem, Woodrow Wilson
Street in Tel Aviv, and nu-
merous others.

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