100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

September 07, 1984 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arab 'willingness'
to consider peace
with Israel seen

Washington (JTA) — Two Rea-
gan Administration officials and
a former Carter Administration
Middle East expert agreed Tues-
day that there is a willingness
among the Arab countries to con-
sider peace with Israel but as yet
no commitment to negotiations to
bring it about.
Howard Teicher, the Middle
East expert on the National Secu-
rity Council; Richard Fairbanks,
an ambassador-at-large who for-
merly dealt with the autonomy
talks; and Harold Saunders,
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern and South Asian
Affairs under President. Carter
also agreed that the only country
the Middle East states look to help
them achieve peace is the United
States.
Even as the United States is
"vilified," country after country
comes to the United States for as-
sistance because they know "the
U.S. will try to help them without
screwing up their internal situa-
tion," Teicher said.
The three experts discussed
"The Future of the Middle East
Process: An American perspec-
tive" at the biennial convention of
B'nai B'rith International at the
Sheraton Washington Hotel.
Fairbanks said "There does
seem a reality growing" in all of
the disputes in the Middle East
that neither rhetoric nor killing
will solve the problems there but
only "negotiations are the way to
have effective long term strategic
change for the better." But, he
said, to bring negotiations about
"take statesmen, and it takes
brave statesmen. -
Teicher contended that while
there has been no change of atti-
tude among the Arab states about
Israel, although they have spent a
great deal of time in recent years
in discussing ways of bringing
about peace with Israel. the coun-
tries in the region must be con-
vinced that it is in their interest to
make peace and both Israel and
the Arab countries, as well as the
United States, must be willing to
"take risks for peace," he said.

Missouri voters pick
Jews for top seats

In what appears to be a first in
American Jewish history, voters
in Missouri's Democratic guber-
natorial primary month nomi-
nated Jews for the positions of
both governor and lieutenant
governor.
The voters chose Kenneth J.
Rothman, current lieutenant
governor, and Harriet Woods,
who currently holds a seat in the
Missouri Senate.
Rothman and Woods, nomi-
nated for governor and lieutenant
governor, respectively, have both
indicated that their Jewish back-
grounds will not affect their cam-
paigns.
They continued to say that their
nominations are proof that Mis-
souri voters do not consider a can-
didate's religion as a test for polit-
ical office.

GLASS MAN

FRUIT
& GIFT
BASKETS

NEWS

Friday, September 7, 1984

LEASING

Trojan

For all occasions

Nation-Wide
Delivery

WE LEASE ALL MAKES FOREIGN & DOMESTIC

1985
REGENCY
4 DOOR, FULL POWER

"Son of C. Trojan"

CUSTOM FURNITURE
& CARPET CLEANING
ON LOCATION
FREE ESTIMATES
Phone 583 2888

RODNICK BROS.

772-4350

269

per mo.

48 month closed end lease
5500 sec. dep. + tax & plates

-

2800 Telegraph Rd., Sfld.
at The Tel-12 Mall

OFFICIAL() AGENCY

354-0570

10M E.GA1

AUTHORIZED
SALES &REPAIRS

George
Ohrenstein

Jewelers Ltd.
, Certified Gemologist
HARVARD ROW MALL

Lahser and 11 Mile Rd.

353-3146

SAY
IT
WITH
TREES
JEWISH

NATIONAL FUND

New
'84 CUTLASS CIERA LS 4 DR
AIR CONDITIONED



Pwr. Door Locks, Tinted Windows, Cust. Bench Seat
w/Arm., F&R For Mats, Body Side Mldgs., Elec. Rear
Defog., Color Coordinated Mirrors, Tilt, P185/75R15
Stl. Rad. Tires w/stp., ETR AM/FM Stereo/Dig. Clock.
Stk. #2366.

18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone: (313) 557-6644
Monday thru Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 PM.
Friday 9 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

rl T1 grl

OLDSMOBILE -SAAB

F

r

z

••, FREN •A.E

*15% down on the - Cutlass & 20% Dowri. on
Firenza (or cash trade) approved credit, 48
mos. Financing 13.5% apr financing, pluS tax.
"Closed end lease 48 mos., 15,000 miles per
year. $1000 down on Firenza, $1500 down
on Cutlass.

LE•SGIO,

1. 101 BANKRUPTCYmill
1 APPRAISER
I
SALE
U
I

Open 't119:00

1

—4116----- Desks
$79.96 li
Chairs
$10.00
I
Executive

Chair
I
$69.96 •
111 New Banquet Tables
$59.96 1° .
Plain Paper Copiers
$699.96 I
II Typewriters
$10-$25 .
ll Adding Machines
$10.00 I
Files
$52.99 IN
IBM's ... $49.50-$99.50
New Four Drawer
Locking Lateral
I
Files
$500 i
Now $189.96 "

I
I

I

I 1 /2 OFF SELECTED TYPEWRITERS

Starting at $39.96
I Reconditioned Heavy-Duty
Typewriters
$149.96
Correcting Electric
IN Typewriters
$269.00
New Electronic
Typewriters
$489.96

"

I

(5 Year Warranty)

Any old Typewriter taken In trade

TYPEWRITER I

REPAIR
TUNEUP

$1 9 95 (plus parts) I

I Electric Slightly Additional

• BETTER BUSINESS I
IEQUIPMENT CO 11
I

231 W. Nine Mile Rd.
o
Ferndale
• 548-6404
OPE N SAT 9-4:30

Bring in Ad for FREE GIFT

aW

52,141 ft...3.74211..



FIRENZA 4 DR. SEDAN

AIR CONDITIONED

I

I





Pwr. Locks, Tinted Glass, Body Side Moldings,
R. Defogger, Color Coordinated Mirrors, 1.8 Li-
tre Overhead Cam, L4 EFI, Auto, PS, Glass Ra-
dial Ply/White Walls, AM/FM ETR Stereo, Stk.
#2399

3

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan