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February 28, 1992 - Image 20

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-28

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DETROIT

southfiEld

CHRYSLER

Jeep

Plynioutii

Eagle

28100 Telegraph Ri.Telegraph at 111/2 Mile

Senate Okays Edmunds
For Federal Bench

At Tel-Twelve Mall, South End

Southfield • 354.2950

We Accept

' llimr,
vi A Personal Checks & Cash

KIMBERLY LIFTON

Staff Writer

SERVICE OPEN
7 AM to MIDNIGHT

AIR
CONDITIONING
SERVICE
$3600

411.

$1900

• MN Car

114°C)
$ 1692

$

MONDAY FRIDAY

We Perform Warranty and
Service Work on all Dodge Cars,
Dodge Trucks, Chrysler Cars,
Plymouth Cars, Plymouth Trucks,
Jeep, Jeep Trucks and Eagle Vehicle&

• Inspect components for leaks
• Test A/C system performance
• Up to 1 pound refrigerant
(Additional parts/labor extra)

Itg/

OIL AND FILTER
CHANGE

Mopar

CHRYSLER MOTORS PARTS

Offer Good Only
After 6 pm Mon-Fri
Exp. 3/31/92 Must be Presented

Price Includes:
• New oil (up to 5 qts. cars/
6 qts. trucks)
• New Mopar oil filter
• Check fluid levels
• Visually inspect battery

(Vehicles requiring special/extra oil
and diesel filters slightly higher)

TOWING AVAILABLE

Offer Good Only
After 6 pm Mon-Fri

Exp. 3/31/92 Must be Presented .

'Yes We Do Take Appointments

at Time of Write-up. Call for an appointment.
Chrysler Products Only

Truck

at Time of Write-up. Call for an appointment.

Chrysler Products Only

FREE

WIPER
BLADES

ENGINE
MAINTENANCE
TUNE-UP
$380 °$460 ° $540°

WHEEL
BALANCE AND
TIRE ROTATION

4 CYL

6 CY

with purchase of an
OIL & FILTER CHANGE.

KIMBERLY LIFTON

Staff Writer

Mopar

CHRYSLER MOTORS PARTS

Offer Good Only
After 6 pm Mon-Fri
Exp. 3/31/92. Must be Presented

(Special wheels
slightly higher)

.rnopar

Offer Good Only
After 6 pm Mon-Fri
Exp. 3/31/92 Must be Presented

12

Offer Good Only
After 6 pm Mon-Fri
Exp. 3/31/92. Must be Presented

ty,

NORTHW

Time of Write-up. Call for an appointment.
Chrysler Products Only

ESTERNHW

Y

CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH
I JEEP-EAGLE
I-69 6

I-6 96

at Time of Write-up. Call for an appointment.
Chrysler Products Only
Front windshield wiper blades
on Chrysler Corp. vehicles only.

US-10 LODGE

9 MILE RD.

RARE
U.S. COINS
WANTED
1793-1930

Single Coins To Entire Collections
IMMEDIATE FUNDS

mopar

CHRYSLER MOTORS PARTS

MILE RD.
gI. TEL-TWELVE
MALL

CHRYSLER MOTORS PARTS

at

110

at Time of Write-up. Call for an appointment.
Chrysler Products Only

GET YOUR NEXT PAIR OF

SANSABELT

slacks at a sensible price.
Why pay more when we
offer them at discount?
We even include FREE
tailoring. Discount prices
start at:

Estate Appraisals • Bullion Coins • Precious Metals

All Transactions Held In Strict Confidence
Detroit Metro Dealer for over 20 Years
Dealer & Bank References Available

"Sell Where The Dealers Sell"

aNRNETT
RARITIES

BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009
(313) 644.1124 FAX (313) 644-3739

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1992

plenty of
free parking
behind our store

sizes 32-60
JOHN R MEN'S WEAR

543-4646

189 MERRILL STREET

CORPORATION

20

$

M-Th 9:30-6:30, Fri. & Sat. 9:30-8, Sun. 11-5

1 mile & John R Take 1-75 to 9 Mile

1

Nancy Edmunds:
To be sworn.

Ms. Edmunds also holds
numerous board and bar
positions, including chair for
the State Bar of Michigan
U.S. Courts Committee,
commissioner of the 21st
Century Commission on the
Courts and program chair
for the 1990 Federal Ben-
ch/Bar Conference. ❑

Women Legislators
Seek A 'Family State'

a CYL

Price Includes:
• Inspect emission components • Set timing • Adjust idle speed
(Greater than 2-BBL carb and std. ignition slightly higher)

• Balance and rotate
four wheels

T

he U.S. Senate this
month confirmed the
judicial appointment
of Birmingham resident
Nancy Garlock Edmunds,
nominated by President
George Bush to serve a
lifetime appointment on the
U.S. District Court for the
Eastern District of Mich-
igan.
Ms. Edmunds, an attorney
with the state's largest law
firm, Dykema Gossett, has
been a partner in Dykema's
litigation section since 1978.
Before that, she clerked for a
federal judge.
Ms. Edmunds serves on
numerous civic and Jewish
organizations, including the
board of control for Saginaw
Valley State University, the
Republican Women's Forum
and the board of trustees for
Temple Beth El. She is a
member of the Business and
Professional and Lawyer's
divisions for the Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan
Detroit.

R

ep. Lyn Bankes, R-
Livonia, believes
Michigan must strive
to become "family friendly."
Speaking last week before
the Detroit Women's Forum
at the International In-
stitute, Ms. Banks, assistant
minority caucus chair, said
"child care is my issue."
She told "her story," she
said, because everybody
knows the history. Women
in the 1920s strived for per-
sonal freedom. In the 1940s,
women took over men's jobs
so men could fight in World
War II. And upon the
soldiers' return, she said
women were pushed out of
those jobs to make room for
men.
So now, Ms. Bankes said,
the state must work to
educate employers to pro-
vide child care and make
family leave a benefit for
workers.
"Let's become family
friendly in Michigan," Ms.
Bankes said.
Ms. Bankes joined Sen.
Debbie Stabenow, D-
Lansing, and Michigan

State Board of Education
member Annetta Miller, at a
forum called "Women In
Politics."
The Detroit Women's
Forum, founded 18 years
ago, is a project of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee.
"We have come a long
way," added Ms.
Stabenow."Yet these are
times to roll up our sleeves
and do more."
In Michigan, women make
up 15 percent of the state
legislature — 19 women out
of 110 members of the House
and three women out of 38
senators.
"There are not enough of
us there now," Ms.
Stabenow said.
Ms. Stabenow agreed with
Ms. Bankes that Michigan
should be a model for the
family.
"We don't want women
just to be employees," Ms.
Stabenow said. "We need
employers to be family friend-
ly."
The panelists also ad-
dressed issues of reproduc-
tive rights, including their
objection to an informed con-
sent bill pending before the
legislature. ❑

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