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September 12, 1986 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-12

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Mirror Matter - •

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LOCAL NEWS

.:. Custom Mirror Installation • Residential & Commercial

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Orthodox Synagogue
Tentatively Approved

Bitold Doors and custom wall mirror installation, 1st quality work at the lowest prices,

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WE DEAL DIRECTLY WITH THE MANUFACTURER SO WE CAN GIVE YOU
THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF WORK ANYWHERE AT THE LOWEST PRICES!

FREE ESTIMATES

CASH ALTERNATI

`T ILE UN BEATA BLE t

IN STOCK

'3000

$14,361*

Whde.redcloihbucketseals. 20
liter Eft annul° 4 tied man
trans . p s P715880R 13. am
radio. body oide moldings Stk
r: 1615

sALE$1 3 , 1 95*

'86 S-10
BLAZERS 4X4

SA LE

$7150` *

32 26

12
AVAILABLE

'86 SUBURBANS

1 TON
DOOLEY PICKUP

• '86 CORVETTE 2 Or.
HATCHBACK CPE.

e•way pwr. seat, p dr locks,
leather, spd. contr., 6.7 L V8. 4.
spd. men. trona.. SIB radials,
Delco Boa,. R Defogger. SIk
032285

IN STOCK

ac 454 eng • auto., dual

tanks 6 wheals, tilt. cruise. cal.

sone. Silvered°, p. wind 6 locks.

Charcoal. Stk. 111823

$15,952*

Fr. floor carpet mat, rr. Door car-
pel mat., etc am/lm el. bodYeld8
moldings. ekec. tr . wand. del.. 2.8
litre mg V.B. 5-spd. mon. trans
SIk. 81831

LIST 510,194

sm . E$ 2 4,9 9 5*

SALE$ 8895 *

CARS

IN STOCK

1 86

CORVETTE
CONVERTIBLE

8-way pr seat, pwr locks.
graphite leather. oleo spd con
5.71 TPI-V8 auto Iwo ,
SBR tires. Delco GM/Bose
music. HO rad. Stk 824395

LIST

534415

SALES 29,982 *

7 STAKES IN STOCK
1 TON 12' STAKE

Dual wheel.. 4.spd.. ps, pb. mud•

snow

rear,

N.D. rear springs.

8

$11,447'

IN STOCK

WAS .7698

11

AVAILABLE.

'86 CHEVETTE CS 4 Dr.
HATCHBACK SEDAN

2.9 1 7

SPECTRUMS

LIST 56249

'86 FULL SIZE
VANS

1 /2 TON
2 AVAILABLE
TON
26 AVAILABLE
1 TON
3 AVAILABLE

wheels. stereo. 7 pass . Tan

Stk. 81724

$14 1 033*

SOLD

SOLD

Tim air, pa. Pb, V8. lighter. P205

cloth seats. Stk

Air. hilt. V6

auto.. till. rally

wheels, Cloth seals. gauges.

dark brown gray. black

83223

$9012*

$9077*

'86 CELEBRITY •
2-000R COUPE

SOLD

IN STOCK

5 Wm 2-BBL CO. 5-spd man
trans. PISS 60R•133 Rad B W
black. ..tray cloth Oki Stk :2717

LIST 52717 57284

SALE

$6495*

'86 NOVA
4 DR. SEDAN

I et. 2 bbl 5 spd man trans .
P1591809.13 rad. EI , W blue
cloth bid -Stk 1867

Of

Stir 6120A

*6588 •

'86 CAMARO IROC

Loaded, Glass Top

SIk 02935

SALE $ 6995 *

55 le eepos• el Welles ea•Inps•

TOTAL TRUCKS

216
AVAILABLE

SOLD

Tint.

arr.

V6.

Auto .

cruise.

stereo, 5-pass . cloth nears. Slk
03247

$11 , 122'

SOLD

V8. Auto. mr

COnsolo,

roc'

seats. stereo. W L tiros rack.

rod Stk r: I

$12,802 8

SOLD

Dark glans. Srlverado Air. VB. A.

T. p wind locks. stereo. tilt.

locking dill. loaded. black Stk

1:3179

$15 , 432''

is It cbooes M ~at

1 TON
DOOLEY PICKUP

Air, V8. Aldo.. stereo. Silvered°.
dual tanks A wheels. T.
LT216858.16-E Ores. Broom Stk

#2445

$12 492*

Tinted pleats oleo del . 2.5 liter
eh. auto trans stir am /On Stk
1523

LIST 510,206

SALE

1500 lb payload reclining buck
V6. rally
5061. al:

els. lump

wheels, black. Stk 02744

$10,335*

$8695*

'86 Cavalier
CS 4 QR.

STK 8228A

$8288

'85 CAVALIER
CS 2 DR.

SIk a 1195

' 8 6 Cavalier
CA, 4,(211.11.

A

*8188

ASTRO PASS.
HD TRAILERING

Dark glass. dual A.C.

wind

06. p

Mint. led. roar

hoar. 8 pass . loaded. black

ver Stk. 83269

$15,569*

30 11
NOVAS

IN STOCK

'85 CELEBRITY 4 DR.

'84 IMPALA COUPE
Sharp'

'84 PONTIAC FIERO

'84 CELEBRITY

SIk 828445

$5,688

$13,988

'85 CHEVETTE

$4,988

'84 CAPRICE CLASSIC

NICel

$14,988

SOL I. 1,:dA

Stk #33110

Stk -3085A

5 18,988

$9,288

'84 RENAULT ENCORE

'84 CELEBRITY 4 DR.

4 DR.

Loaded

Loaded Beauty!

SA 88735

$6,988

Automatic, Air

Stk. n26985

Loaded. Sharpie!

,

?6,5A

STATION

WGN

$5988

$5,888

'85 CAMARO

'83 BUICK SKYLARK

'83 PONTIAC

'83 GRAND PRIX

COUPE Loaded!

SPORT COUPE, Loaded

Sib O 10145

Stk n 19125

Stk. 83271A

'5 11 488

$7688

$2,988

Loaded. Low Miles

*6,488

'84 CHEVETTE 2 DR.

Stick.

Glass Top, Loaded
-12370

*10,988

Stk. 111906A

$3488

'82 CORVETTE

Glass Top, Loaded
Stk :12.16.10

stir 8:35A

'85 CHEVETTE 2 DR.

• wawa,/ $3,588

'84 CORVETTE

Stk 1: 1420

'85 CAMARO Z-28

$6588

Automatic Trans.

Glass Top, Loaded



Stk r.P95A

Glass Top, Loaded

*14,988

STICK

'85 CORVETTE

'85 CAMARO IROC

$12,988

"

.

LIST STT25

USED CAR SUMMER PRICES

85 CAVALIER
STA. WGN.

"People need a place that is
reasonable for them to walk
on Shabbat and holidays,"
Rabbi Zachariash explained.
"There are people (in the vic-
inity) who wanted such a
congregation, but there is a
lack of facilities."
Rabbi Zachariash went on
to say that Orthodox Jews
who would be served by the
new Shuv Synagogue are now
attending "other congrega-
tions" or holding services in
private homes. He predicted
that the new synagogue
would serve "between 75 and
100 families."

'86 SPECTRUM •
2 DR. H/B COUPE

MONTE CARLOS

Blue comer+, Cl 18 liter 2-BBL
L4. • spd man Irons. P1551
BOW 13 Radial B W Sp, :11150

35 1 6

CAVALIER'S

SALE $ 6975 *

AVAILABLE

P locks. air. V8. auto., tilt, rally

pages.

Seer • igag

SALE $ 5595 *

STARCRAFT
CONY.

tires.

'86 CAVALIER
2 OR.

131.0•
1 1111 . el ot• I LI I A spd
m....
o
.1n1 e.allo oleo . Arend
,t, e ' Ia e12.11:
Solo
m , eldinyte carpeetol lima mat,

CORVETTES

Red. Stk. #2609

16 CAMARO 2 OR.
SPORT COUPE

WAS $30,142

'2.7;5 118

S-10 EXTRA CAB
24 AVAILABLE

WAS S7885

CAMARO'S

14 TONS
13 AVAILABLE
2 i* TONS
4 AVAILABLE
4X4
2 AVAILABLE

S-10 SHORT BOX
13 AVAILABLE

plywood lining. 10.000 GVW Stk

T.glase. mats. oleo r wind . defog.
ea. Console, apt mar., elec spd
control. auto.. Mt. SBR tiros. AM FM
stereo. Stk 2889

LIST $i5,126

7 AVAILABLE

alum box. roll up rear door. lull

16 CAVALIER
WAGON

TON PICKUPS
23 AVAILABLE
3 i4 TON PICKUPS
15 AVAILABLE
1 TON PICKUPS
6 AVAILABLE

S 10 LONG BOX

t Ton 14' lit Cube, trril. pass

seat, 350 V-6. auto . am radio.

'86 MONTE CARLO
SS SPORT CPE.

ON SELECT MODELS

'86 FULL SIZE
PICKUP

1986 S-10
PICKUPS

7 HI CUBE
IN STOCK

LIMITED

CPE

$4,788

‘ ;11:11‘7 I A riti VIVAI 1

"

CELEBRITY'S

West Bloomfield's second
Orthodox synagogue took one
step closer to ground break-
ing Aug. 26, when its build-
ing plans were approved by
the township's planning
commission at a public meet-
ing. The Shuv Synagogue
will face final approval at a
meeting of the West Bloom-
field Township Board on Oct.
6.
The Shuv Synagogue is an
offshoot of Cong. Shomrey
Emunah, according to Rabbi
Shaiall Zachariash. It is to be
located on Farmington Road,
north of Maple. Bais Chabad
is the only Orthodox syna-
gogue currently in the area.

532 -9615

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select models

Oct 29

Staff Report

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Shuv would be "filling a
need in the area," according
to Rabbi Zachariash. "I don't
want to give the impression
that Shomrey Emunah is
moving. (Shuv) would be
separate in the sense that it
would not be taking from the
Southfield synagogue (Shom-
rey Emunah).
"We expect to build the
(Shuv) congregation like we
did in Southfield, from the
area."

"We are planning to build
because of the potential," said
Rabbi Eli Meyer Jundef, who
has been tapped to lead the
new congregation. "We want
to try to get the people to-
gether; to get them in-
terested." Rabbi Jundef, who
calls himself an "employee"
of Rabbi Zachariash, now
studies at the Kollel in Oak
Park.

.

Groundbreaking for the
new synagogue could begin
anytime from "shortly" after
receiving approval from the
township board to "early
spring," said architect
Seymour Mandell, who de-
signed both the new syna-
gogue and the Shomrey
Emunah facility. Bids have
gone out on the new
structure, Mandell said. He
declined to reveal the ex-
pected cost of the building.
Rabbi Zachariash would
not name those involved in
organizing the new congrega-
tion. "We prefer not to pub-
licize at present," he said.
Of the congregation's cho-
sen name, Rabbi Zachariash
explained that "Shuv" is
being used as an interim
name. He would: not explain
why Shuv•— which means
"return" ill, Hebrew — was
chosen. "It's -insignificant," he
said of the name.
The new congregation "will
follow the—outlook or ap-
proach used at Shomrey
Emunah," Rabbi Zachariash
said. "Those who know
Shomrey Emunah know that
it has a special quality."
The West Bloomfield
Township Planning Commis-
sion approved the proposed
7,220-square-foot synagogue
Aug. 26, after planners satis-
factorily addressed the con-
cerns of residents adjacent to
the 2.4 acre site. Landscaping
and a retention wall will
separate the synagogue from
neighbors' lots.
The only opposition to the
synagogue came by letter
from the Potomac Club, stat-
ing it was not in favor of con-
structing the synagogue
across the street from the
club "because massive traffic
congestion will be common
... at the entrance to the
club." Club spokesman re-
fused to comment on their
position.
Discussion of the syna-
gogue has not been placed on
the agenda of the township
board's Oct. 6 meeting be-
cause no one has requested it,
according to township clerk
Betty Sue Dupree. "If they
want it on, somebody should
call me," she said.

Workshops Set For AJC

The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign's 1987 Campaign Kic-
koff for Campaign Leadership
will be held 9 a.m. to noon
this Sunday at the Maple/
Drake Jewish Community
Center. The meeting will fea-
ture Senator Howard M. Met-
zenbaum of Ohio, the U.S.
Senate's ranking Jewish
member.
In addition to Metzen-
baum's comments, chairmen
Shelby Tauber and Peter
Alter have planned a morn-
ing of seven workshops led by
members of Federation's
Campaign and budgeting and
planning divisions.
The workshops and leaders

include: Solicitation Training,
Ben Rosenthal and Ruth
Broder; Local Needs, Edythe
Jackier and Claude Shochet;
Overseas Needs and Israel,
Larry Jackier, Ron Riback,
Joseph B. Colten and Dr. Dan
Guyer; Major Gifts Evalua-
tion, Mark Hauser and Caro-
lyn Greenberg; New Gifts,
Dr. David Harold, Dulcie
Rosenfeld and Harvey Gor-
don; the Allocations Process,
James August and Stuart
Hertzberg; and Legacy and
Letters of Intent, N. Brewster
Broder and Milton Lucow.
Admission is by invitation
only to workers and con-
tributors of $850 and over.

,„.

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