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May 21, 2004 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-21

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ewish Family Service invites you to the

working with the Islamic Bank. "I'm as
comfortable with them as any organiza-
tion I've ever been involved with.
"They are capitalists. They see
America as a place of great potential,
and they are not political in any way.
My sense of building ties is you should
not punish people, or continue to pun-
ish people, who do the right thing."
During his Detroit visit, Coles
recalled living in Grand Rapids and
West Bloomfield in the mid-to-late
1960s while in the clothing business.
"We used to have a regular poker game
in the locker room at the JCC [in Oak
Park]" he recalls. "We played just for
fun," he says with a knowing smile.
Once a competitor, always a competi-
tor. El



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