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January 26, 1990 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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NEWS

TWO FOR ONE SALE

ENDS
SATURDAY!

$4 995*

EYEGLASSES

OR

*With coupon. Regular price $69.95.

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TWO PAIR

TWO PAIR

Certain strong prescriptions, bifocal styles, and specialty lenses
not included. Professional fees not included. Prior sales excluded.
Sale ends Saturday. Eye exams available by licensed Doctors of
, Optometry. Sale applies to CR39 Single Vision Lenses. Some
frame restrictions apply.

Hechtman

CONTACTS

New fits only. Eye exam required. Professional fees not included.
B & L Softspin, CQ4 Daily Wear. Other contact lens prices may
vary based on lens type and prescription. Prior sales excluded. One
customer only per two for one offer. *First pair new fit prices
shown, second pair free. *Free eyeglasses Single Vision, CR39
Lenses only. Some restrictions apply. Eye Examination Available.

*With coupon. Regular price $59.95. .

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WITH FREE BONUS
GLASSES FROM
SELECT GROUP

Deduct $20 from our already low I
everyday prices.
Plastic Lenses Only
Expires January 31, 1990

(Coupon must be presented at time of sale)

Expires January 31, 1990

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The Independent Doctors of Optometry provide
examinations for eyeglasses including GLAUCOMA
TESTS for only $27.00. Examinations are per-
formed by fully licensed Optometrists.

Expires January 31, 1990

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Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
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the campus of the Maple-
Drake JCC in West Bloom-
field.
"Before we expend our
energies, we want to see if
West Bloomfield is willing to
take a step," Naimark said.
In November, Congrega-
tion B'nai Moshe, which
hopes to move to a site on
Drake Road south of Maple,
faced a major setback when
township trustees rejected a
special use permit that
would have allowed the
synagogue to build a new
facility.
The trustees claimed a
synagogue on that site
would interfere with de-
velopment of an adjacent
five-acre parcel zoned for
single-family dwellings.
Trustees are expected to
reconsider the November
decision next week.
The Lubavitch Founda-
tion, which wants to build an
educational facility on 40
acres on Maple Road west of
the JCC campus, faced a
major setback when the
West Bloomfield Planning
Commission on Tuesday rec-
ommended that the
township board of trustees
approve an ordinance that
forces colleges to be placed in
areas zoned for industrial
use. According to West
Bloomfield standards,
Lubavitch's proposed facility
is a college.
The ordinance, which
needs township board ap-
proval, would prohibit the
foundation from building the
facility on its chosen site
unless the land is rezoned
from single-family to in-
dustrial.



Susan Grant contributed to
this report.

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(313) 669.6760

4088 Haggerty Rd.
Corner of Richardson

Discover
The Anderson
Difference

eration Apartments.
Details have not been
disclosed, but Federation
Apartments officials said
they are studying ways to
finance the project without
supplementary fund-raising.
"This is an idea we've had
for a long time," said Helen
Naimark, executive director
for Federation Apartments.
"This is very preliminary. It
still has to go through a lot
of hurdles."
The preliminary plan,
which must be submitted to
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion for approval, suggests
using leftover funds from the
Hechtman endowment for
construction seed money.
The rest of the project
would be completed with
mortgage loans and bond fi-
nancing. Construction could
begin by the end of the year,
Perlman said.
Federation Apartment of-
ficials started looking for
alternative funding
mechanisms after the fed-
eral Department of Housing
and Urban Development
three years ago drastically
reduced the amount of
money available for
government supported hous-
ing.
For Federation Apart-
ments, this meant Teitel
Apartments, a 149-unit pro-
ject for seniors which opened
in November, was the last
project earmarked for a
large subsidy, $7.1 million.
For future ventures, Federa-
tion Apartments would need
to look elsewhere for financ-
ing.
The zoning request by
Federation Apartments
comes amid months of
uncertainty for other Jewish
institutions trying to secure
zoning permits to build near

Lathrup Village city council
meetings that Jewish
leaders characterize as con-
frontational. Because the
school is in Lathrup Village,
the Lathrup Village city
council held final rights of
approval.
The ADL's Lobenthal
called the first meeting
"bitter." He and others
charge that some Lathrup
Village residents oppOsing
the school may have been
motivated by anti-Semitism.
Leaflets stating "An
undesirable element wants
to move into the area" were
seen in Lathrup Village,
Lobenthal said.
Those fighting the sale
argued that the former Anne
Lathrup Elementary School
was a historic building; that

their children would no
longer have access to the
facility's playground if
Akiva moved in; that they
didn't want bingo played in
the building; and that Akiva
would take up all available
off-steet parking because of
the limited space at the
school, Akiva's former Vice
President Barry Eisenberg
said.
Eisenberg admitted he
often feared the sale would
not be approved. But Akiva
continued to push because
the facility was the most
economical available and
because of its excellent loca-
tion, he said.
Throughout the discus-
sions, the school had an ac-
tive supporter in Lathrup
Village's non-Jewish council

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