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December 03, 1993 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-03

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Business

CONVERT YOUR JEWELRY
TO CASH!!

Fine jewelry is to be worn. You have worn and enjoyed it for many years, Are you
still wearing it or is it sitting in a drawer or a safe deposit box?

Robert Grant can turn your jewelry that you are not wearing into cash at the
fairest, most favorable prices.

Bob has more than 30 years experience in purchasing and selling jewelry. Over
the last 10 years, he has been liquidating major jewelry stores throughout the
United States and is now offering his services to you. You can be assured of
complete discretion. All arrangements will be kept in the strictest of confidence.

Call R.L. Grant & Associates today to make an appointment. There is no
obligation. By calling Bob, you will have the information you need to make an
informed, good decision.

R.L. Grant & Associates

JEWELRY APPRAISERS Si. ESTATE LIQUIDATORS
CONSULTANTS FOR THE JEWELRY INDUSTRY

31275 Northwestern Hwy. • Suite 233
Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334
(313) 851-7333

ATTENTION HOME BUYERS

WANT TO PAY
ZERO POINTS?

0 0 M I:. I L E ID B
K I M B E R L_ Y I_ I F T 0 IV

— As the nation prepares for
a new health-care system, DI-
ANE SASSON and LORI
STEINLAUF have a plan of
their own. Ms. Sasson, region-
al director of community rela-
tions for Allen Home Care, and
Ms. Steinlauf, director of home
care for the Windemere Resi-
dence in West Bloomfield, have
teamed up to better assist the
elderly residents of Windemere.
Allen and Windemere will
provide private-duty care to res-
idents in the facility and upon
discharge.
— A little togetherness in the
arts and entertainment field re-
cently brought a husband-wife
duo to the Silver Circle of tele-
vision. MORTON ZIEVE,
chairman of Simons Michelson
Zieve Advertising whose com-
mercials have won numerous
awards, and MARY LOU
ZIEVE, who has been doing
commercial voice-overs for 35
years, recently were inducted
into the Silver Circle, a symbol
of accomplishment for 25 years
of work from the National Acad-
emy of Arts and Sciences.

lic relations firm after 20 years
working in state and federal
government. She previously was
the executive director for the
Michigan Council for the Arts
and was a business ombudsman
for the Michigan Department of
Commerce.
Before her entree into state
government, Ms. Kratchman
held several positions on U.S.
Senate and gubernatorial staffs
and political campaigns.

IN BRIEF:

— The AMERICAN-IS-
RAEL CHAMBER OF COM-
MERCE of Michigan will host
a reception on Dec. 7 from 5:30
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Masco Con-
ference Center, 21001 Van Born
Road in Taylor. There is a
charge.
— Oakland County Circuit
Judge HILDA GAGE was re-
cently elected the first woman
to serve as chief judge. Her term
expires in 1995.

There's nothing to it

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SHERRI JAFFE
FRIEDMAN has been pro-
Barbara Kratchman
moted to senior account execu-
— BARBARA "BUNNY" tive at Sive/Young and Rubicam
KRATCHMAN has joined in Cincinnati.
Stone August Baker Commu-
nications Companies as vice
Kudos
president and director of its We welcome your suggestions.
newest division, the not-for-prof- Please mail typed and double-spaced
it sector.
items for "Kudos" to Kimberly Lifton
Ms. Kratchman comes to the at The Jewish News.
Troy-based advertising and pub-

Delay In Tax Treaty

The U.S. Senate Foreign Affairs
Committee decided to delay the
approval of the Israel-U.S. tax
treaty to prevent double taxa-
tion, pending clarifications from
Israel about U.S. tax authori-
ties' access to bank accounts in
Israel.
The Foreign Affairs Com-

mittee approved seven tax
treaties, while the approval of
the treaty with Israel was de-
layed.
According to reports, the rea-
son for the decision, in the
words of Sen. Paul Sarbanes,
was the refusal of Israel to pro-
vide written assurances it will

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