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February 20, 1987 - Image 10

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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For The

LETTERS

UNBEATABLE DEAL
LARRY KAPLAN

See

Welles

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing
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Continued from Page 6

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

Across from Tel-12 Mall

. 90/o
ro s

. UP TO

$ 1 0 0 0 .

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NEW '87 CAVALIER Z24
2-DR. COUPE
Blk., buck. seats, 5-spd., t-glass,

NEW '87 CELEBRITY
4-DR. SEDAN

Pwr. Dr. lock, t-glass, air, spt.
mfr., 2.5 EFI L4, auto. Stk. #982X

air, am/ fm ster., elec. r. wind.
diffiog. Stk. #976

LIST
DISCOUNT

$11,576
- 1081
$1 ,495
Less Car Back : 1 1

LIST
DISCOUNT

9495*

5.0 liter, V-8, auto /OD, cruise,
air, tilt, ET AM/FM, p.w., def., int.,
wipers. Demo. Stk. 4435

.
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. .

LIST
DISCOUNT

1 2,500_
NOW $

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0
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SPRINT

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Sport mirrors,
Stk tt919X

LIST

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6.0 V-8, auto. w/CD, cruise, air,
pwr., r. def., tilt, ET AM/FM, int.
wipers. Demo. Stk. #1919

w/ clock.

LIST
DISCOUNT

-6050

NOW $ . 1

NEW '87 NOVA
4-DR. SEDAN

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NOW I. IV 01 V I
MONTE CARLO
SPORT COUPE

$6506

NOW

OA

IN

stereo

_5-spd.!silver, carpet fir. mats frt.
& rr., P155 /80R-13 RAD B/W.

LIST
DISCOUNT



Less Cash Back

$8588
- 643
$ 945 -
-$500

lig

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Blue bucket. I.6L 2 BBL L4 eng.,
4-spd., P i 55 / 80R13 BW Radials.

Lt. Blue. Stk. :;332

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$53 13

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NOW $4995

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Rally whis., 8 person seat,
4-spd. auto., air, inter. wiper
sys•, recIng. seat/dual arm.
Stk. 4175

NOW 9

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Tinted glass, air, 4.3 liter EFI
v6, 4-spd. auto., pwr.
steering, silve rmet.,
P205/75R15 ALS S WIW
tires. Stk.*#3320X

0,082**

NOW 9
NEW '87
CORSICA

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4-dr., tinted glass, rr. wind. de-
frost, air, cruise, auto., tilt, stereo
wilock,spt. whl. cvvw., Stk.
rt 1006

'415 .

LIST
DISCOUNT

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$11,470
-$1775

$9695*

NOW
NEW '87 CORVETTE
CONVERTIBLE

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P. locks, air, spd. control wire-
sums. 5.7L TPI V8 eng., auto.,
Delco-Bose sys. Stk. #21


LIST
DISCOUNT

NOW

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$36,900
-$5,677

$31 , 223 *

1987 CAMARO

T-glass, mats. int. w iper, r-wind.
def., air, spd. ctrl ., tilt, ETR
AM/FM, 2.6L MFI V-6, auto/OD. ,
Stk. #79.

LIST
DISCOUNT

$12,802
-$1307
$ 1,495
Less Cash Back -$1000

NOW

$1 0 495-

coonnsa rzt p$50:8coar s b-a1c10(

Blazer: Can be applied as down
pymt. up to $750 option savings
ou p ri t40- ci51 0. 0S -01pOt i oPni cskauvpi & s Bol n a z e v r6.
savings

S-10 Pickup & Blazer. Not avail.
on S-10 Pickups. Must take delivery out of stock by March 13, 1987, for
3.9% APR or cash back by March 31 to take advantage of possible option
savings of up to $750. $500 cash alternative on R/V 10 & 20 series pickups
under 8600 GVW - on Camaro, Celebrity (4-cyl.) Cavalier, Nova. Dealer
participation may affect consumer cost.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

...-

$16,099
-$2,469
6 3,600
Less rebate7$1000

355 1000 *

CHEVROLET

7., .,

LIST
DISCOUNT

•plus tax, title, destination.
*plus tax, title, destination, cash
alternative rebate included &
bonanza cash included.
***3.9% for 24 mos., 5.9% 36
mos., 7.9% for 48mos., 9.9%
for 60 mos. w/app. credit. Dealer
financial participation may affect



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NEW '87 ASTRO CS
PASSENGER VAN

28111 Telegraph and 12 Mile
0
at 1-696

MI

1 p 500*

Tahoe equip., air, rr jump
seat eqpt., 4-spd. auto., pwr.
steering, cast alum. whis.
Stk. #867

7 to choose at similar saving!

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$14,212
- -$2,712

NEW '87 EXTENDED
CAB PICKUP

NOW $ 7445 *
NEW '87 CHEVETTE CS
2-DR. 'HATCHBACK CPE.

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$1

. CAMARO Z28 COUPE

6.0 Liter, 4 BBL V-8, w/ OD, air,
cruise, tilt, ET stereo/cassette
pwr., tilt, mats, rear defog. Demo.
Stk. #1509.

NOW
NEW ASTRO (CARGO) mi
.
VAN

Custom 2-tone paint, reclin-
ing seat, air-front, cst alum.
whls., charcoal, inter wipers..
Stk. #322

$15-9184
-$2,684

SAVINGS
ON
OPTIONS!

$

NOW $ 9550 *
NEW '87
'
510 BLAZER

NOW
CAPRICE CLASSIC
BROUGHAM 4-DOOR

.

$12,028
- 1 478

Less Cash Back -$1000

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(ON SELECT NEW TRUCK MODELS)

(on select new car models)

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PLUS

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called to ease public, and par-
ticularly Jewish, pressure for
governmental rescue action.
As no concrete results were
envisioned by the diplomats,
the conference was an abysmal
failure. In an attempt to influ-
ence the conference, The Joint
Emergency Committee, com-
prised of the heads of eight
major Jewish organizations,
sent a number of specific re-
scue proposals to Sumner Wel-
les along with suggestions as to
how to implement them. A per-
sonal appeal for Welles to turn
the conference into a means for
"rescuing a defenseless people
who are otherwise doomed to
complete annihilation" closed
the letter. Welles never replied
to the committee's letter and
nothing became of the commit-
tee's specific rescue proposals.
That Welles was "the pro-
Zionist who actively shared in
appeals for rescue tasks for the
victims of Hitlerism" is thus
not at all clear. David Wyman
states that "Welles' reaction to
the Holocaust remains an
enigma. On many occasions, he
cooperated with Jewish lead-
ers and seemed on the point of
forcing middle-level officials to

act. But he seldom followed
through." .. .

Jeffrey A. Davis

Albion

Jewish Groups
Need To Cooperate

Our • organization was
founded eight years ago to aid
(cancer) victims in Israel.
Everyone involved is on a vol-
unteer basis. We work hard
and plan our affair a year in
advance, and yet we get a kick
in the teeth from various
organizations. We have a
calendar in the Jewish Com-
munity Council so that no
organization should intrude on
someone else. Yet, this has
been done to us several times
(by other Jewish groups).
This year we undertook a
million-dollar project to help
leukemia-stricken children.
We need all the help from the
community that we can get.
Why give us war and not coop-
eration.

Ann Eisenberg
President

Friends of the
Israel Cancer Association

NCJW Studies Local
Maternity Leaves

A recent survey of 26 local
companies and organizations
indicates that female em-
ployees in nearly one-quarter
of the firms receive less than
the medically-recommended
minimum of eight weeks for
maternity and childcare leave,
and 11 percent receive no job-
protected leave at all.
The research was conducted
by the National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater De-
troit Section, and is part of a
nation-wide "Mothers in the
Workplace" study carried out
in nearly 100 communities.
"The importance of this
study is underscored by the
fact that nearly half of mothers
with children under one year of
age are in the paid labor force,"
explained Section President
Terran Leemis. "Many of these
women return to work within
several weeks of childbirth to
preserve their jobs and essen-
tial family income.
"The United States is the
only industrialized country
that does not have national
policies providing leaves of ab-
sence from work for maternity
and early infant care. Instead,
policies are set by individual
employers. NCJW is interested
in discovering what these
policies are and how they vary
so that the organization can
make recommendations on the
issue."
The 26 Detroit-area corn-
panies included a variety of
large and small employers in
both the public and private sec-

tors. The firms provided infor-
mation about 40 groups of
workers, representing man-
agerial, professional and other
white-collar occupations as
well as blue-collar and service
occupations. The companies
employ a total of 21,000 per-
sons, 62 percent of whom are
women.
The results showed that 38
percent of the groups allow
mothers some time off for new-
born care in addition to mater-
nity leave. However, none of
the firms permit as much as 18
weeks of leave for parenting,
the amount required by pend-
ing federal legislation.
The study also investigated
the availability of flexible
work hours, benefits received
by part-time workers, and em-
ployer assistance for child care.
"There is growing discussion in
the media, legislatures, and
corporate board rooms about
what role employers might
play in helping to meet the ur-
gent needs of working parents
for high quality and affordable
day care," Mrs. Leemis pointed
out. "NCJW was interested in
finding out what assistance
employers are already provid-
ing in Detroit."
The results showed that only
3 percent receive any form of
child care assistance from their
employers.
Research done in Detroit and
nationwide was supported by
NCJW and a grant from the
Ford Foundation. The local in-
vestigation was conducted by

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