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December 08, 1995 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-08

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36 Mo. Closed-End

36,000 Miles Allowed

INCLUDES: Leather Interior, Cold Weather Package,
Traction Control, Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry,
Driver's Power Seat

2,000 CAP COST REDUCTION

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36,000 Miles Allowed

2,000 CAP COST REDUCTION

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Package Includes: CD Player, Wood Grain Dash, Passenger
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INCLUDES: Leather Interior, Keyless Entry with
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2,000 CAP COST REDUCTION

' 36 month closed-end lease based on 36,000 miles allowed. 15¢ per mile over 36,000. Due at inception. Capitalized cost reduction plus first payment, security
deposit. $495 acquisition fee plus all applicable tax, license.
Lease expires Dec. 30, 1995. Lease obligation equals monthly payment x 36. Lessee has option to purchase at lease end for a predetermined amount. Other term
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American Jewish opinion about
the peace process generally and
the Golan and the PLO specifi-
cally. He seems unaware that
public opinion polls (including
one by the American Jewish
Committee) have shown over-
whehning sentiment in both the
United States and Israel against
U.S. troops on the Golan and
also both great skepticism by
American Jews about PLO ac-
tivities and intentions and clear
opposition to American financial
support for the PLO.
The ZOA, while leaning to the
right of center, is a broad orga-
nization that is more tolerant of
diversity of opinion than Mr. Ze-
chory appears to be. For exam-
ple, although my politics are left
of center, I have been a vice pres-
ident of the Metro Detroit ZOA
and chair of its public affairs
committee for the past decade.
Mr. Zechory, there is no need
for your ruling viewpoints in the
American Jewish community
out of court as "despicable," "ven-
omous," and "deranged" and
then associating people with
whom you disagree with Baruch
Goldstein and Yigal Amir. Yours
is a 1990s McCarthyism as in-
tolerant, erroneous and out of
place in a free society as Sen. Joe
McCarthy's was in the 1950s.
Before Yitzhak Rabin (reluc-
tantly) shook Yassir Arafat's
hand on the White House lawn
in September 1993, he said that
it was time to end the bloodshed
between Arab and Israeli. Mr.
Zechory, there is the need to end
your "blood-letting" against fel-
low Jews, all the more when you
have your facts wrong.

Leon H. Warshay
Vice President, ZOA
Metro Detroit District

Don't Overstate
The Case

Mark Bernstein's Community
Views column in the Nov. 24 is-
sue, "Finding Success in Ju-
daism's New Competitive
Advantage," argued that Hillel
offers Jewish students activities
not available in secular univer-
sity organizations. I might find
this "plug" of Hillel convincing
except that I know for a fact that
at least one example he gives of
Hillel's competitive advantage
is simply not true.
He should have done his
homework before making such
bold assertions as the following:
"If a student wants to sing with
Ann Arbor's only student singing
group to have released its own
CD, he has no choice but to sing
with Hillel's Kol Ha Kavod..."
My daughter recorded the CD
Out of Control with the Har-
monettes, a female a cappella
group at the University of Michi-
gan. There are two other Jewish

students besides my daughter in
the group. Amaizin' Blue, an-
other a cappella group at the
university which has made CDs,
has at least one Jewish student.
My daughter knows because
that student was on her UAHC-
NFIY trip to Israel last summer.
I would be surprised if the Fri-
ars or the Michigan Men's Glee
Club, which have also made
CDs, did not have Jewish stu-
dents.
I support the worth of Hillel
in providing Jewish identity for
students at Michigan and else-
where, but don't overstate your
case.

Maida Waldner
Royal Oak

A Unique
Place In Detroit

Kudos on David Zeman's Nov.
24 piece about Congregation
T'chiyah's one-room school. It is
a unique place for the reasons he
reported, as well as for being the
only Reconstructionist religious
school in town and being inside
the city of Detroit.
I would like to add to Mr. Ze-
man's report that our school is
open to the children of non-
members as well as members.
Anyone interested in learning
more about the school or the syn-
agogue, which holds services
once a month at the Agency for
Jewish Education in Southfield,
may call me at 810-545-6826.

Nathaniel Warshay
Vice President
Congregation Tchiyah

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