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December 16, 1988 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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I LOCAL NEWS I

tAitelett

SEE THE ALL NEW 1989
FLEETWOOD SEDAN and
SEDAN DEVILLE

SEVERAL NOW
AVAILABLE IN STOCK



Sedan de Ville

Alan Teitel, left, receives a plaque from Spencer Partrich "in recognition
of his donation of a computer center at the Sally Allan Alexander Beth
Jacob School for Girls." The center is named the Mickey Teitel Computer
Resource Center in memory of Teitel's son, Michael David Teitel.

NEWS

Fleetwood Sedan

LONG ON STYLE AND LUXURY
The 1989 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan

• New, longer design
• Distinctive profile with fender
• Luxurious interior

• Increased legroom
• Tufted seating areas
• "Tiffany" carpeting

take
tEArE
sp
of our
ALSO '
ecials

NO MONEY
DOWN!

NEW 1 (1 )89
SE;AN
DEVILLE

Lease for

$430 35

Stock #9095

or purchase
for

7100 ORCHARD LAKE RD, WEST BLOOMFIELD MI 48322

Per Month

$24 g 500*

PHONE 851.7200

The "Good Service" Dealer"

3

GM QUALITY
SERVICE PARTS

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60 mo. closed-end lease for qualified customers. Lease payment based on 60 mos., 75,000 mile limitation. 10. per mile for excessive mileage.
Lessee has option to purchase vehicle at lease and for $9,922.17. Lessee is responsible for excessive wear and tear. 1st payment in advance
w/refundable security deposit of $450.00. To get total payments, multiply payment times 60. 4% use tax and plates extra.

The invoice total includes factory holdback and advertising association assessments, and is not a net factory cost price to the dealer. Invoice
may also not reflect the ultimate cost of the vehicle due to the possibility of future rebates, allowances, discounts and incentive awards
the manufacturer.
— Just add tax, title.

100 FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 19:8

Intifada's Second Year
Ushered In By Violence

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Palestinian uprising entered
its second year last weekend
with violence — juar as it had
when it began on Dec. 9,
1987, in the West Bank and
Gaza.
But some of the worst con-
frontations in recent months
occurred last weekend in east
Jerusalem.
Two Palestinians, a teen-
ager and a 40-year-old man,
were killed Saturday by Israel
Defense Force soldiers in the
Gaza Strip. At least 12 were
wounded in various incidents
in both territories, according
to the IDF.
Arab sources placed the
number of wounded at 24.
There were general strikes,
commercial strikes and new
curfews enforced. Public
transportation was at a stand-
still. Nevertheless, the civil
administration went ahead
with plans to reopen junior
high schools in the territories
on Sunday.
Some 70,000 pupils re-
turned to classes after an en-
forced absence of five months,
when the schools were shut
down because of rioting.
Violence broke out in sev-
eral parts of east Jerusalem
as well. The most serious
disturbance took place out-
side Red Cross headquarters
in the Sheikh Jarrah
neighborhood.
About 200 demonstrators
hurled rocks and bottles at
passing vehicles, overturned
trash cans and blocked the
road to Mount Scopus.
Police fired tear gas and
I rubber bullets. Twenty-five

Arab youths were arrested.
There also were incidents
on roads linking downtown
Jerusalem with the city's
northern precincts and with
the Hebrew University cam-
pus and Hadassah Hospital
on Mount Scopus.
Trouble also erupted in the
usually quiet Bedouin village
of Ibtin, near Haifa, where a
new mosque was set on fire,
apparently by Jewish extrem-
ists who believed rumors that
several villagers had been ar-
rested on suspicion of ter-
rorist acts.
The mosque itself suffered
only slight damage, but many
prayer rugs and about 50
Korans were destroyed.
The Religious Affairs Min-
istry promised to make good
the losses, estimated at tens
of thousands of dollars.

Statue Honors
Wallenberg

Los Angeles (JTA) — The
memory of Raoul Wallenberg,
the Swede who saved more
than 90,000 Hungarian Jews
from almost certain death in
the Holocaust, was honored
recently with an 18-foot
bronze statue in Los Angeles.
The statue was unveiled at
Raoul Wallenberg Square, in
the Fairfax district of Los
Angeles, by the Raoul Wallen-
berg Fund of the Jewish Com-
munity Foundation.
The statue, sculpted by ar-
tist Franco Assetto, depicts
Wallenberg reaching forward
to save those doomed to die.

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