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January 09, 1987 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-09

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For The

UNBEATABLE DEAL
See LARRY KAPLAN

LOCAL NEWS

Super Sunday Telethon
Is Seeking Volunteers

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing
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man

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

On Feb. 1, Detroiters will be
asked to take part in the 1987
Allied Jewish Campaign Super
Sunday telephone appeal.
The Campaign's eight di-
visions are gearing up for the
community-wide telethon at
the United Hebrew Schools in
Southfield, and asking volun-
teers to take a turn at the
phones that day on behalf of
the Campaign's more than 60
worldwide human service
agencies.
According to Super Sunday
Chairmen Diane J. Klein and
Michael W. Maddin, this year's
telethon will highlight the cen-
tennial of David Ben-Gurion's
birth and the historic partner-
ship that links Jewish people
around the world.
Maddin noted that by ex-
plaining the needs and spread-
ing the message of the Cam-
paign, dedicated volunteers
are helping to finish the job our
ancestors started. "Our par-
ents and grandparents pro-
vided us with institutions to
educate our children and care
for our elderl and now it is
o make his
— to

(313) 355-1000
(313) 355-6414

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

Across from Tel-12 Mall

AUTO SHOW SPECIALS

1986 CELEIRITY 4-0R. SEDAN

Sk-sei pw. tut, u die, pr. t. kit
Pf. trw. I. Wt 9. MP port Mutt.
wpm I. Wrists, * eyed, hi rut. sort an,
it raiz, 2.1 246L TI, PI Dim alL Ifni,
Ps Mi. wt. ALS SA tres. in WIC I* fit
v/ttr,18it1 st. roll, ispr. ill, ler Mk pit
.m. #1751

$10,995*

1987 MONTE CARLO LS 2-OR

Tint glass, bdyside midg. R. defrost-
er, air cond , sprt. mins. AM - FM,
mats, 4.3L EFI v6, auto. trans w.b.D.
Stk. #494

00

$13333
$
NOW 11,483 *

WAS

• FABRIC PROOF

A $495

VALUE AT NO
EXTRA CHARGE

PRIOR SALES 6 ORDER VEHICLES EXCLUDED.
19 , OFFER BIOS I/18/87

1987 SPECTRUM 4-011.

Intermit. wipers, RH mirror, sort.
mkt., 1.5L L4 2-BBL, auto. trans.,
P155/80R-15 rad., B/W, crtsy. lamp,
mats. custom feature pkg., AM-FM
stereo. Custom option pkg. 4 Stk.
9694

WAS $9077

NOW 81

09*

CAPRICE CLASSIC
BROUGHAM, 4-DOOR

6.0 itter, V6, auto/OD, cruise, air, tilt,
ET AM/FM.w., def., Int. wipers.
Demo. Stk. #435.

UST $15,114: DISCOUNT '2,684

NOW $ 1

2,500*

22 BERETTA's
AVAILABLE

NEW % TON VAN

T•gless, frt. aux. seat interv.
wipers, air cond., H.D.R.
springs, 5 OL V8 gas, 3•spd.
auto. trans., rally whls.,
chrome bmpre., radials,
gages, Stk. 43148.

$10 9 998*

NEW ASTRO CARGO VAN

T. glass, air cond., frt. stab. bar, 4.3L
EFI Ye, 4 spd. auto. trans., ps, ALS
8/8 radials, aux. lighting, 1350 lbs.
payload, glass sliding, two-person
seating, gages, Stk. #3220X

AO

001

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in

STARCRAFT DEMO 8 PASS.

1987 SPRINT 2 DR.

Mats., 5 spd., man.
trans , Stk. #475x

Was $6510

NOW

$5792*

12 to chess at :War savlapl

T-glass, mats, Int. wiper, ► -wind. def.,
air, spd. ctrl., tilt, ETR am/fm 2.81.
MFI Ve, auto/OD. Stk. #4.

LIST $12,802: DISCOUNT
$1,607

1,195*

NEW K5 BLAZER

Pwr. winds. 4 locks, miry., 5.7L efl
gas 260. fid R. seat, T-gate. Inter.
wipers, s.c. RRR axle, 3.08, 4-spd.
auto. w/0 D. 31 gal. tank, rally whis.
AM/FM *tor. radio S/8 BW. Slivers-
.do equipt. Stk. #234

WAS $16.435

Aft

rsia

OA

NOW $ 1

$12,496*

CAMARO Z28 SPORT COUPE

1981 CAMARO

NOW $ 1

Full factory warranty, pwr. dr. locks,
t. glass, air cond. H.D. shocks, spd.
contr.. 4.31. EFI Ve, 4-spd. auto.
trans., spare tire carrier, ALS S/11
radials, ETR AM-FM stereo, cog ligh-
ter, 1700 lbs. payload, rally whis.,
glass, two-person seating, gages.
Stk. #1811.

6,003*

5.01. V-8, auto/OD, air, tilt, cruise,
pwr. ET AM/FM, SIB red., int.
wipers. Demo. Stk. 91843.

LIST $15,336: DISCOUNT
$2,341

NOW

$12,995*

17 to choose at similar savings!

1987 CHEVETTE 4-DR.

Tint glass, R. defroster, air cond.,
sprt. mirrors, 1.6L 2-1315L, L4, 15-spd.
man. trans., who. trim rings,
P166/8041-13 red, w/s. Stk. #3385X

WAS $7415

NOW

$6524*

NEW ASTRO CONY. 8 PASS.

T. gips, pwr. dr: locks, sir cond.,
440. auto. trans., 27 gal. fuel tank.
spare tire carrier. ALS S/8 tires,
AM-FM at., 1700 ibe. payload, glass,
gages, Stk. #1963

$ 1 4 9 490 *

1987 CAVALIER
2-DR. COUPE

2.01. EFI L4 eng., 15-spd., mats, r.w.
def., p.s., P176/601113 Se Reda, N.D.
bait., Am. Stk. #243

LIST $8432

-
NOW $ 7325 *

1987 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

P. locks, air, spd. control w/resunm,
11.7L TP1 VS eng., auto. Deko-Bose
sirs. Stk. #21.

LIST $36,900: DISCOUNT
$5,677

NOW

$31,223*

Look, Shop, liet Your Best Deal, But Don't Buy Until

You See The

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CHEVROLET

Unbeatable Dealer!

'Mee tax, title. Oast.

r,r •

— Tex • lrelaht Included.

Plates title extra. Deem
papa.nt may M sash er
treats le..ape. credit.

110

gal

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28111 TELEGRAPH RD.
And 12 Mile at 1-696

Friday, January 9, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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improve the qua i y of Jewish
life everywhere," he said.
Klein added that last year,
300 workers helped raise
$818,569 from 5,200 Detroiters
who answered the call for help
in meeting local and overseas
needs. "We intend to beat the
1986 figures," she said.
Super Sunday will begin at
9:30 a.m. and be divided into
three worker shifts, each one
running 2 hours and 45 min-
utes. According to Shelby
Tauber, chairman of worker
training and recruitment, all
volunteers will be given a brief
training session that day — via
video tape — to enable them to
answer contributors' questions
and update them on current is-
sues and concerns.

Babysitting will be available
during Super Sunday. Contact
Leonard Milstone at the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
965-3939, for further informa-
tion or to sign up for a worker
time slot.

$100 Meeting
For Young Adults

Florine Mark Ross

Florine Mark Ross will ad-
dress the Young Adult Di-
vision $100 section at a Jan. 22
reception on behalf of the 1987
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Set for 7:30 p.m., the meet-
ing will take place at Jacque's
restaurant in Bingham Farms.
Hors d'oeuvres and dessert will
be served.
Associate chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Business and Pofessional
Women's Division, Florine
Mark Ross is known nationally
as the president of The Weight
Watchers Group, Inc., the
largest franchise of Weight
Watchers International.
She recently established the
Florine Mark Ross Research
Fund at the Weizman Institute
of Science, and serves on the
boards of the Women's Eco-
nomic Club of Detroit, the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra and
the March of Dimes.
Ruth Beitner, Karen I.
Goodman and Brian Kepes are
chairmen of the event. Norman
H. Beitner and Barbara K.
Tronstein are 1987 YAD Cam-
paign chairmen, and Betsy
Snider Heuer is president of
the division.

Parents To Discuss
Farmington Violence

Staff Report

Farmington Hills residents
have scheduled a meeting on
Tuesday to discuss teenage vio-
lence at stores and restaurants
along Orchard Lake Road.
Residents have scheduled
the meeting for 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday at North Farmington
High School.
Barry Fogel, a spokesman
for the parents group, said in-
cidents of Friday night and
Saturday night rowdyism and
attacks against teens have
been building for several
months. Parents held a meet-
ing two months ago with Far-

mington Hills police, but the
problems have escalated, Fogel
said.
Last weekend, a teen who
had been beaten the previous
week returned to an Orchard
Lake Road restaurant with
friends. A brawl ensued and
one youngster was taken to a
hospital.
Fogel lauds efforts of the
police department, but be-
lieves the parents and the pub-
lic will have to take peaceful
efforts with area restaurant
owners and teenagers to clean
up the situation. "We are not

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