100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 10, 1995 - Image 23

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Exclusive Offer

Only from Glassman Saab

Lease a Saab 900 S.

tricts have no plans to sell any
buildings.
Birmingham Public Schools is
considering the sale of two of their
elementary schools in the
Inkster-Maple Road area, too far
for Darchei Torah and Akiva.
"Ninety percent of our student
body is in Southfield and Oak
Park," Dr. Beneson said. "Ideal-

One kindergarten class has al-
ready been moved to the boys
school in Southfield to allow more
space for older grades.
Also, the boys school has just
shelled out $1 million to complete
a renovation and expansion.
"The trick is going to be how to
pay for it and where to put it,"
Rabbi Mayerfeld said. "We have
to figure out how to do this on a
shoestring budget."
As for Hillel, the Federation
task force is waiting for the
school's parent-based study group
to deliver a recommendation on
a potential move to the Jewish
Community Campus at Maple
and Drake roads.
The school's task force was
spurred by a $5 million proposed
donation from Oakland Mall
ly, we would like to stay within owner and developer Jay Kogan.
the boundaries of our student The donation carries the stipula-
body."
tion that the school move from its
The challenge for Bais Yaakov current Middlebelt Road and
is different. With a population of Northwestern Highway location.
approximately 410 girls, the
'We will not even discuss Hillel
school is trying to figure out until they make a decision," Fed-
where to add classroom space. eration's Ms. Sherman said. ❑

$299

rt. /171,2P,

:

, ,

/

4•11111•11111111IG

'

w

Lease a Saab 9000 CS.

$399

PER
MO.

36 months, $1,500 down.*

":"

j

/ ////

Glassman Saab

Peres And Netanyahu:
Peace Visions Differ

Telegraph • At The Tel-12 Mall • Southfield
810-354-3300
1-800-354-5558

Subject to credit approval.Dealer prices may vary. You must take delivery or place order by March 31. 1995.Terms apply to 1995 Saab 900 S 5-door with 5•speed and alloy wheels, based on MSRP of $24,225.00 (including
destination charge) and 1995 Saab 9000 CS with automatic transmission and sunroof, based on MSRP of $32,475.00 (including destination charge). Lease payment for the 900 S is $298.74 per month for 36 months totaling
510,754.64; lease payment for the 9000 CS is $398.49 per month for 36 months totaling 514,345.64. For the 900
S, the customer is responsible for the first monthly payment, 5300 refundable security deposit, a down payment
of S900.00 and a $450 acquisition fee, for a total of $1,948.74 due at lease signing. For the 9000 CS, the customer is responsible for the first monthly payment, $400.00 refundable security deposit, a down payment of 51500.00
and a $450.00 acquisition fee. for a total $2,748.49 due at lease signing. Option to purchase at lease end: 900 S for $12.597.00 (plus any fees and taxes): 9000 CS for $16,237.50 (plus any lees and taxes). The
customer is
allowed 30,000 total miles during the term of either lease. The customer is liable for a mileage charge of 5.20 per mite over 30,000 miles and for excess wear and tear. Taxes, insurance, title and registration lees extra.

WE COME TO YOU MOBILE AUTO GLASS & GLAZING SERVICE • 50 MILE RADIUS INSURANCE REPLACEMENT SERVICE

Al's Saves
W You Money!'

cn
0

cc

0

CC

WINDSHIELDS1
REPLACED

5

W

MAY BE APPLIED
TOWARDS DEDUCTIBLE

coupon exp. Feb.17, 1995


>-
cc

0

0



0

ILJ

co

C

0

0
0

INDSHIELDS
REPAIRED
\
41

INSURANCE COMPANIES MAY
WAIVE YOUR DEDUCTIBLE
WHEN YOU HAVE IT
REPAIRED
coupon exp. Feb.17, 1995

NEW

NDSHIELDS

SURPLUS STOCK
FROM

0.00

PLUS INSTALLATION

coupon exp. Feb.17, 1995

2



ESTABLISHED 1920

OVER 74 YEARS OF SERVICE

INSURANCE REPLACEMENT SERVICE • FAST SERVICE • QUALITY • PRICE

$25-$55 OFF

z

GLASS & AUTO TRIM
CUSTOM WALL MIRRORS
TIRES & ACCESSORIES

•Windshields — Replaced or Repaired, Mobile Service
• Complete Insurance Replacement Service

r



25'
OFF

Fire, Theft, Vandalism or Floor Damage

•Auto Theft Repair Experts —
•Auto Upholstery & Alarms

MARV SAYS! WE

car, Vans, Pickups

'RE #1

coupon exp. Feb.17, 1995

Bring Your
Insurance Claims
To Al's
■ • •

We Will Meet or Beat
your Best Price on
Maj r r Brands!

24 hour
Board Up
Service

MIRRORED
DOORS
BI-FOLD • SLIDING

Call
810-353-2500

'SENIOR CITIZEN'S DISCOUNT"

25% OFF 20% OFF

VINYL or WOOD WINDOW
REPLACEMENT

TUB ENCLOSURES
SHOWER DOORS

IN SHOP STORM &
SCREEN isREPAIRS

I-

20%.40% 0FF

coupon exp. Feb.17, 1995

SUNROOFS

INSTALLED $14988
FROM

r,

0
0

33

0
57,


C

0

gp

C)

C

7>

3


z

-4
0

L coupon exp. Feb.17, 1995

LO

rn

0

m

z

Many Styles & Sizes
WE REPAIR ELECTRIC SUNROOFS
SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY

SOUTHFIELD – 24777 Telegraph Rd. • 810 353 2500 • LINCOLN PARK

-

z

cn


INSULATED GLASS REPLACEMENT

PICTURE WINDOWS DOOR WALLS, ANY SIZE REPLACED
•Storm Doors • Screens • Windows Repaired
• Laminated or Tempered Glass • Plexiglas
• Vinyl or Wood Replacement Windows

CI)

z

-4

FEBRU ARY

"We don't expect 100 percent
results, only effort," he said.
"We demand a more concerned
reaction."
In addition to NJCRAC dele-
gates, ambassadors from Egypt,
Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia and
Qatar and the Washington rep-
resentative of the PLO attend-
ed the Peres and Sha'ath
speeches.
In contrast to Mr. Peres' plea
for continued support for the
peace process, Mr. Netanyahu
called for an immediate halt in
negotiations with the PLO and a
reworking of the accords with the
Palestinians. Mr. Netanyahu,
who has been topping Prime Min-
ister Yitzhak Rabin in recent
opinion polls among the Israeli
public, received a standing ova-
tion from about one-third of the.
plenum delegates when he called
for an overhaul of the peace
process.
Mr. Netanyahu called Yassir
Arafat's Palestinian Authority a
"dictatorial regime" and labeled
its police force "terrorists."
The peace process is "leading
to the creation of a huge terror
base" in the West Bank that
amounts to the "planting of a
huge bomb in the Middle East
that will explode on all of us," he
said.
Mr. Netanyahu dedicated
about half of his 45-minute
PEACE VISIONS page 24

36 months, $900 down.*

!

A

The
recommendation
may leave one
school without a
building.

Washington (JTA) — Two of the
chief architects of the Israel-
Palestinian peace agreement and
one of its leading opponents of-
fered sharply different visions
this week for the future of rela-
tions between Israel and the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion.
One after the other, Israeli For-
eign Minister Shimon Peres;
Nabil Sha'ath, minister of plan-
ning for the Palestinian Author-
ity; and Likud Party leader
Benjamin Netanyahu addressed
some 800 people gathered for the
opening sessions of the National
Jewish Community Relations Ad-
visory Council's annual plenum
here.
Speaking after a standing ova-
tion, Mr. Peres called on Ameri-
can Jews to extend "clear and
unwavering" support for the
peace process.
Israel is waging a "battle for
peace" in the face of terrorism,
the foreign minister said.
"We have to fight for peace as
we fight to win wars," he said.
"We need to fill the political
framework of peace with eco-
nomic progress."
The people of the Middle East
need to be shown that "peace is
not just a ceremony of politi-
cians," he added.
Mr. Peres also called on the
PLO to "give a 100 percent effort
to combat terrorism."

PER
MO.

C

z

-

'ARTERS • ALTERNATORS • FAN BELTS • FLOOR MATS • SEAT COVERS • JUMPER CABLES • BRAKE SPECIAL • WIPERS V

23

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan