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October 09, 1992 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-09

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Introduces

Your Next Step

To Fitness

IRECTROMX

by OPII7b

NEW!

FITNESS PRODUCTS

"Eagle Electronix isn't just
about power, but also how
efficiently the power is used.
This new system has reduced
the amp draw by 50%, sav-
ing you energy costs..."

OPIllb

SR 440

"The new Eagle Electronix
System makes Spirit the most
powerful treadmill on the
market. In fact, Spirit's new
treadmill can "dead start"
over one ton! That's almost
unheard of..."

SAVE!

"Unlike some treadmills, the
electronics on Spirit tread-
mills don't require a degree
in engineering to operate.
The functions are easy to
learn and practical to your
needs."

• Eagle Bectrbonix
• 120 Volt Balder D.C. Meter
• 52" Running Surface
• New Ube-110 Torque
Design
• 15% Inche
• 18" Wide keadhelt
• Mstinct New Design
• Raped H8111 Rails
• large Diameter Fly Wheel
• 24 On-Board Diagnostic
Indicators

Reg: $ 2295"

"PIM 660 C

Independent Stepper

"PIM 766 C

Dedependent Stepper

inason$1989"
$549.99
$49999
$349.99
$299"

Reg:

Reg:

...While you're here, check out our large
selection of home gyms. Choose from Hoist,
Bio-Dyne and Image in Michigan's largest
showroom...

WARRANTY:

When you purchase a treadmill from
McCoy's, you have the assurance of our NO
NON-SENSE warranty. During the first year
you pay NOTHING for parts and service if
needed, direct to your home. This, in addi-
tion to extensive warranties by our manu-
facturers.

SOUTHFIELD NEWBERRY PLAZA

Hours: Mon.-Fri., 10-7;
Sat. 10-6; Sun. Closed

4.250%
4.318%*

Compounded Quarterly.

(Electric Incline)

(313) 557-6550

Minimum Deposit of $500
12 MONTH CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

Effective Annual Yield

SR 440

26630 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, MI 48076
(Between 101/2 & 11 Mile)

DETROIT'S
HIGHEST
RATES

Walled Lake
39600 West 14 Mile
(corner 14 Mile-Haggerty)

Sun. Closed

FIRST
SECURITY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN OFFICE
PRONE
2600 teleg rap h Rd,
Bloomfiel d H ills
438.7700

FSB

LIVONIA

Hours: Mon -Fri 8-5

352.7100

(Just South of
Square Lake)

....

13250 NEWBURGH RD.
LIVONIA, MI 48150
(11/2 BLOCKS OFF 1-96

(313) 960-0050 (313) 462-2697

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 11-8

This is a fixed rate ac-
count that is insured to
$100,000 by the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corp.
(FDIC), Substantial In-
terest Penalty for early
withdrawal from cer-
tificate accounts, Rates
subject to change
without notice.

Equollidu.p
Lender

HOURS:
MON.-THURS.

9:30-4:30
FRI.
9:30-6:00

Bowling
Results

JEWISH WAR VETERANS

George Schreiber 227, Jeffrey Burg
218, Don Rosenberg 218, Al Coffman
215, Steven Hoberman 215, Allen
Klegon 213, Donald Morton 209,
Lawrence Rosenberg 208, Nathan
Barman 205, Milton Burg 203,
Lawrence Garfinkle 203, David
Broder 202, Steven Ritten 201,
Sheldon Rakotz 200, Robert Tesser
200.

B'NAI B'RITH MEN

Ben Lusky, Traveling
Phil Horowitz 824/233-211, Allan
Zuppke 823/233-224, Richard Har-
ris 801/265, Mitch Lefton 248, Mark
Rosen 236-201, Barry Schlussel
235-228, Wayne Lusky 223-220-203,
Allan Salomon 221-203, Steve Elkus
219-206-202, Ron Walton 212-206,
Mark Rosen 210.

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
Steve Anstandig 644/235-205, Jeff
Berlin 641/249-236, Larry Horn
638/259, Dennis Eder 636/244-206,
Harold Silverman 636/226-221, Allen
Zuppke 634/251-212, Rob Greenfield
629/231-214, Barry Fishman
626/234, Steve Fine 607/220-216,
Bob Chafetz 604/246.

Zeiger/Gross
Manny Wain 226-204, Steve
Achtman 223, Keith Kingston 214,
Rob Pliskow 203.

Morgenthau-I2Chayim
Jerry Broida 602/206, Lou Dorfman
232, Stan Lotzoff 222-212, Barry
Kaplan, 217, Norm Schwartz 216, Ira
Auslander 213, Stan Finkelstein 211,
Hal Lempert 205.

Downtown/Fox
Sy Zate 232, Steve Weberman 232,
Bruce Nosanchuk 226, Marlin Hoff-
man 221, Gary Yashinsky 212-209,
Bill Mazer 212, Paul Finkel 209, Ken
Gross 209, Jeff Block 208, Gary
Siegel 207, Larry Katkowsky 207.

Renaissance
Mort Firsht 226, Dick Harris 221,
Steve Kay 220, Dan Niss 212-210,
Neal Drilich 211, Dave Koloff 208,
Dean Fine 207, Bruce Gilbert 186.

Pisgah
Mike Black 602/217-205, Matt Fried-
man 236, Harold Silverman 228,
Aaron Kales 222-221, Al Mudryk 216,
Gordon Stein 215, Yale Weiner 214,
Mort Friedman 213-202, Mary Dictor
213, Bill Oram 213.

Peace Now Meeting
Repairs Some Fences

New York (JTA) - Ameri-
cans for Peace Now has
begun efforts to win friends
and build coalitions for
Israel among sectors of the
American public that may
have been alienated in re-
cent years when the right-
wing Likud dominated
Israeli politics.
In its first such event,
Peace Nov last week hosted
60 leaders from New York's
African-American, Asian,
Hispanic and Jewish com-
munities to hear Israeli
Deputy Foreign Minister
Yossi Beilin describe his
government's policies.
"One of our major organ-
izational goals now is work-
ing to rebuild support for
Israel in this country," ex-
plained Americans for Peace
Now Co-director Gail
Pressberg, "particularly in
places where (former Israeli
Prime Minister Yitzhak)
Shamir squandered some
assets that had been built up
over the years."
Peace Now's entry to the
crowded field of intergroup
dialogue follows speculation
of what course the organiza-
tion would take in the wake
of Labor's victory in the
Israeli elections, which
elevated Peace Now's posi-
tion from the opposition to
the Cabinet.

Ms. Pressberg said her
organization can bring
something to intergroup
discussion other Jewish
groups cannot.
"Because we were
outspokenly opposed to some
of the things Shamir was do-
ing, we have credibility that
people in the other groups
perhaps do not," she said.
Ms. Pressberg said that
the differences Mr. Beilin
described between his Labor
government and the
preceding Likud govern-
ment were received by his
audience as "a breath of
fresh air."
Some of them, she said,
wondered whether Beilin
was making the new at-
mosphere clear to American
Jewish groups.
"People told stories about
times they had wanted to
raise issues of human rights,
the status of the territories,
the settlements, and were
discouraged from doing so,"
said Ms. Pressberg.
As an additional qualifica-
tion for hosting the dialogue,
Ms. Pressberg noted that
Peace Now is solely focused
on Israel, unlike other multi-
issue organizations.

He has a great future, for he
understands the past.
- Heinrich Heine

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