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April 03, 1992 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-03

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EDILATTIONim"

T

he Volvo 740 wagon is a stylish and roomy
automobile built around such safety features
as energy absorbing impact zones, a driver's
side airbag, three point seat belts and ABS brakes.
As for value, the Complete Car Cost Guide
recently named the 1991 740 wagon "Best Overall
Value" in its class.*

Compare the rest
we're still the best!

MONEY MARKET RATES

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National Bank of Detroit

3.60

Michigan National

3.50

Comerica

3.60

First of America

Manufacturers

3.50
3.60

Standard Federal

3.70

First Federal of Michigan

3.70

'Based on $5,000 deposit. Some minimum deposit requirements may be lower.
Higher rates may be available for larger deposits. Rates subject to change.

IONNIMINIE

', Based on $10,000 deposit. Rates subject to change.

VOLVO'S SHINING ARMOR.
COME IN AND TRY IT ON.

And now, you can get great deals on Volvo 740
wagons. So, if you're looking for a family car
whose virtues really do shine, come and test drive
a Volvo 740 wagon.
Drive safely.
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* 1991 Irztelli Choice, Inc. San Jose, CA. Ratings based on purchase

price, cost of ownership overfive years, depreciation, insurance,
financing, state fees, fuel, repairs and maintenance. © 1991 Volvo
North America Corporation. Drive Safely is a trademark belonging
to Volvo North America Corporation.

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For information, call 358-5170

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SAMUEL H. MILLSTONE, D.D.S.

ROOTS GOOD NEWS

Now Thru A ril 11 • Any New Style

takes pleasure in announcing
the relocation of his office to

25874 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48336

in association with Joel P. Sehaumberg, D.D.S.

,

Roots leans

Phone: 473-8822

Special Belt Price - $19 • Braided Belts $29

Effective April 1, 1992

Shell Game

Continued from preceding page

extends beyond' the
classroom.
"Once they realize what
their goals are going to be,
they will feel foolish for ex-
pecting success from the few
hours their children actually
spend in a classroom," Mr.
Spack said. "Treat the
school as an isolated appen-
dage and you are almost
doomed to failure."
In addition, Mr. Spack
favors a "core" Jewish edu-
cation that would comprise a
general understanding of
Jewish- history and ethics,
with an emphasis on the
Torah. He does not, however,
favor a tightly defined cur-
riculum. That, he believes, is
best left to the school to
decide.
Yet without a clearly
enunciated set of goals and
standards, religious schools
will not see much grant
money for programming.
Locally, the Jewish Federa-
tion has said that its new re-
lationship with schools will
be supportive, which would
include helping schools
write and receive grant pro-
posals. That does not mean,
however, that Federation is
going to get involved in what
those goals should be.
"To set a standard would
be an example of Federation
chutzpah," said Dr. Conrad
Giles, who chaired the com-
mittee that wrote the Fed-
eration's education report.
"The problem is that it re-
quires more money and
prioritizing. That's going to
be hard."
What further complicates
the matter is not so much the
issue of standards, but who
is doing the evaluating.
"You can't have a
checklist," said one school
principal. "There are good
schools out there, but you
can't just copy them. You
have to meet the needs of
your students, your parents
and your teachers." ❑

LOCAL NEWS

h

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Seder Lunch

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The Jewish Parents In-
stitute of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will present a
Passover seder luncheon noon
April 12 in the Maple-Drake
building.
The afternoon will include
a reading of a secular Hag-
gadah, written by J.P.I.
parents, a catered luncheon,
choir music by J.P.I. students
and folk dancing led by
educational director Marilyn
Wolfe.
For reservations, call
Marilyn Wolfe, 661-1000.

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