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January 16, 1987 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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For The

UNBEATABLE DEAL
see LARRY KAPLAN

LOCAL NEWS

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

ira n

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

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

AUTO SHOW SPECIALS

12 CORSICA'S
AVAILABLE!

aue

1916 CELEBRITY 4-DR. SEDAN

saint pir. aM, alb dell. pr. Rt. btlt tiint

pm_ pr. tr* B. WA, k. Wit gunk Stela

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tab, 2.1t 241 IS, MI bat IA Ong,
oh la ors., ON tIrmar. *Mg, pp Os.
eh* MAI rt. WA tttir. Irk, fit 1111.01.
.StL #21$1

$109995*

1987 MONTE CARLO LS 2-DR

Tint glass, bdyside mldg. R. defrost-
er, sir cond., sprt. mlrrs. AM-FM,
mats, 4.3L EFI ye, auto. trans w.C.D.
Stk. #494

WAS 813.333

NOW

'11,483*

1987 SPRINT 2 DR.

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

Was $6510

NOW

$5792*

12 to thou it :War toolopl

1987 CAMARO

T-glass, mats, Int. wiper, r-wind. def.,
spd. ctrl., tilt, ETR am/fm 2.8L
WI V6, auto/OD. Stk. #4.

LIST $12,802: DISCOUNT
$1,807

NOW $ 1 1,195 *

NEW K5 BLAZER

• •

imp

Pwr. winds. & locks, mtrr., 5.7L eft
Vs, gas 350. fld R. seat, T-gate. Inter.
wipers, a.c. RRR axle, 3.08, 4-spd.
auto. w/0 D. 31 gal. tank, rally whls.
AM/FM star. radio S/B BW. Silvers-
.do equipt. Stk. #234

WAS $18,435

rata

40

NOW $

1 6,003*

Plt01/41 A Rai 0111110111 CAR OR tiVIT DOTT TRICIC

(ID

stock el!)

RECEIVE • RUSTPROOF • PAINT PROOF
•FABRIC PROOF

A $495

VALUE AT NO
EXTRA CHARGE

PRIOR SALES A HOER VEHICLES EXCLUDED.

Q4 14 AA , OFFER ENDS 1/18/87

1987 SPECTRUM 4-DR.

Intermit. wipers, RH mirror, sort.
mirr., 1.5L L4 2-8BL, auto. trans.,
P155/80R-15 rad., B/W, crtsy. lamp,
mats. custom feature pkg., AM-FM
stereo. Custom option pkg. 4 Stk.
#594

WAS $9077

CAPRICE CLASSIC
BROUGHAM, 4-DOOR

5.0 &ter, VS, auto/OD, cruise, air, tilt,
ET AM/FM .w., def., int. wipers.
Demo. Stk. #435.

LIST '15,184: DISCOUNT '2,684

2,500'

STARCRAFT DEMO 8 PASS.

Full factory warranty, pwr. dr. locks,
L glass, air cond. H.D. shocks, spd.
contr.. 4.3L EFI V6, 4-spd. auto.
trans. spare tire carrier, ALS S/B
radials, ETR AM-FM stereo, cig tigh-
ter, 1700 tbs. payload, rally whis.,
glass, two-person seating, gages.
Stk. #1811.

$ 2 9

NEW 3 TON VAN

/4
T-glass, frt. aux. seat interv.
wipers, air cond., H.D.R.
springs, 5.0L V8 gas, 3-spd.
auto. trans., rally whls.,
chrome bmprs., radials,
gages, Stk. #3 14 8.

496*

LIST $15,336: DISCOUNT
$2,341

NOW $ 1 2,995 *

17 to choose at similar savings!

Tint glass, R. defroster, air cond.,
sort. mirrors, 1.6L 2.88L, L4, 5-spd.
man. trans., whl. trim rings,
P155/80R-13 rad, w /a. 81k. #3386X

WAS $7415

NOW

$6524*

NEW ASTRO CARGO VAN

$10 ) 114*

NEW ASTRO C0118.8 PASS.

T. glass, pwr. dr: locks, elf cond.,
4-spd. auto. trans., 27 gal. fuel tank.

spare tire carrier. ALS S/B tires,
AM-FM at., 1700 lbs. payload, glass,
gages, Stk. #1063

$14, 4 90*

1987 CAVALIER
2-DR. COUPE

2.01 EFI L4 eng., 5-spd., mats, r.w.
def., p.s., P175/80R13 Se Rads, H.D.

Batt., Am. Stk. #203

LIST $8432

NOW

$7325*

1987 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

P. locks, air, spd. control w/resume,
5.7L TP1 V8 eng., auto. Delco-Bose
sys. Stk. #21.

LIST

$38.900:

NOW

85,677

DISCOUNT

$31,223*

Look, Shop, Get Your Best Deal, But Don't Buy Until
You See Ther-i
Unbeatable Dealer!

CHEVROLET

10

Plus tax t • d4st

1:1

asir

rapt

28111 TELEGRAPH RD.
And 12 Mile at 1-696

8 Friday, January 16, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Poster Contest
Judging Has Begun

T. glass, sir cond., frt. stab. bar, 4.31.
EFI V6, 4 apd. auto. trans., pa, ALS
S/B radials, aux. lighting, 1350 lbs.
payload, glass sliding, two-person
seating, gages, Stk. #3220X

CAMARO Z28 SPORT COUPE

5.01. V-8, auto/OD, air, tilt, cruise,
pwr. ET AM/FM, S/B rad., int.
wipers. Demo. Stk. #1843.

1987 CHEVETTE 4-DR.

Judges Anita Taylor, Alan Hitsky, Janet Levine, Margie
Krasnick and Michael Feldman sort through the entries.

$10,998*

NOW $ 8 1 09 *

NOW x 1

22 BERETTA's
AVAILABLE

355 -1000

111391V3 0 311111W1 V311%1 11

1.4
oti

Across from Tel-12 Mall

Judging for the children's
poster contest, "We AreOne .. .
Partners for Life: What Our
Jewish Community Means to
Me," sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Federation and The
Jewish News, is underway.
Contest chairmen Michael
Feldman, Marjorie Krasnick
and Rob Orley have selected a
committee of local community
leaders to help review the more
than 200 posters received from
youngsters aged 5 to 18.
According to Feldman, stu-
dents from nearly 20 area day
and religious schools partici-
pated in the event, as well as
young Detroiters not currently
enrolled in religious school.
Orley said that several
teachers made the contest a
class project because the theme

enabled participants to become
more aware of the work of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and the role it plays in
strengthening the local com-
munity.
When judging of the posters
is completed, one grand prize
winner will be selected and
presented with $250 cash, and
four first place winners, one in
each age category, will receive
$50 U.S. savings bonds. In
addition, prizes will be
awarded for honorable men-
tion.
Mrs. Krasnick noted that
winners will be notified by
mail and prizes will be pre-
sented during Federation's
annual Super Sunday telethon
on Feb. 1 at the United Hebrew
Schools in Southfield.

New Projects, Election
Announced By UJC

The approval of several in-
novative projects by the Max
M. Fisher Jewish Community
Foundation, and the re-
election of David Handleman
as president, marked the 87th
annual meeting of United
Jewish Charities.
Elected along with Handle-
man were Samuel Frankel,
Graham Orley and Carolyn
Greenberg, vice presidents; D.
Larry Sherman, treasurer; and
Martin S. Kraar, secretary.
Re-elected to the board of di-
rectors were Alfred L. Deutsch,
James Wineman, Joseph H.
Jackier and Milton J. Miller.
Others elected to the board
were Warren J. Coville, Beth
Lowenstein and Dulcie Rosen-
feld.
The board also approved
honorary life memberships for
Max M. Fisher and Frieda
Stollman.
This year, UJC's Max M.
Fisher Jewish Community
Foundation, chaired by Stan-

David Handleman

ley J. Winkelman, distributed
$200,000 toward Jewish edu-
cation, health and welfare,
community relations and out-
reach to the unaffiliated.
Reflecting the community's
concern for Jewish education, a
program that will link parents

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