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February 27, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-27

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For The

LOCAL NEWS

UNBEATABLE DEAL
see LARRY KAPLAN

111 ■ 111111MININIIIIII

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing
_ 41.11

nian

.

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

Across from Tel-12 Mall

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

3.9%

. UP TO

SAVINGS
ON
OPTIONS!

(ON SELECT NEW TRUCK MODELS)

LIST
DISCOUNT

NOW

$11,470

—$1775

$9695*

NEW '87 NOVA
4-DR. SEDAN
silver, carpet fir. mats frt.
5-spd.,
& rr., P155/80R-13 RAD

mystic #1003.

Loss Cash Back

NOW

$5313

:iv turvaawatiadiumunnixak
-

LIST

NOW

$4995*

NOW

$12,763**

• NBEAA TI BL E D E A L E R

NEW '87 CORVETTE
CONVERTIBLE

10

$13,614**

pwr. steering, cast alum.
whls. Stk. #867

Rally whls., 8 person seat,
4-spd. auto., air, inter. wiper
sys., recing. seat /dual arm.
Stk. #175

P. locks, air, spd. control w/re-
sums. 6.71 TPI V8 eng., auto.,
Delco - Bose sys. Stk. #21

NOW

NOW

$6506

$6050*

LIST
DISCOUNT

4 WD, deep tinted glass, air,
console, elec. speed control,
pwr. steering, cast alum.
whls., Stk. #568

Tahoe equip., air, rr jump
seat eqpt., 4-spd. auto.,

NEW '87 ASTRO CS
PASSENGER VAN

NOW

$7445*

stereo

w/clock. Stk. #919X

LIST

$36,900

45,677

$31,223*

NOW

$11,779"

CAPRICE CLASSIC
BROUGHAM 4-DOOR

5.0 liter, V-6, auto/OD, cruise,
air, tilt, ET AM/FM, p.w., def.,
Int., wipers, Demo. Stk. #435

LIST
DISCOUNT

)1i4.Goziairteme,‘\

Friday, February 27, 1987

$15,184

43,119

$11 995*

NOW
NEW ,'87 CAVALIER
2-DR. COUPE

LL8 2.0L EFI L4, 4-spd., black
bucket. Stk. #1042.

LIST
DISCOUNT

$7653
-$378
$7275

Less Cash Back -$1000

NOW $ 6275

*

2.5 L EFI-LY ong., frt. and rear
floor mats. Stk. #1953.

LIST
DISCOUNT

$12,182

Less Cash Back 41000

NOW $ 9675 *

COME IN AND
TEST DRIVE
THE NEW
CORSICA &
BERETTA!

MONTE CARLO
SPORT COUPE

5.0 V-8, auto. w/CD, cruise, air,

pwr. r. def., tilt, ET AM/FM, int.
wipers. Demo. Stk. #1919

LIST
DISCOUNT

$14,2121

-

$3,217

$10995

NOW
*
CAMARO Z28 COUPE

5.0 Liter, 4 BBL V-8, w/OD, air,
cruise, tilt, ET stereo/cassette
pwr., tilt, mats, rear defog. Demo.
Stk. #1609.

$16,099
44488

LIST
DISCOUNT

-$4000

Less rebate

$12 600*

NOW
NEW '87 CAMARO

T-glass, mate. Int. wiper, r-wind.
def., air, spd. ctrl., tilt, ETR
AM/FM, 2.6L MFI V-8, auto/OD.

Stk. #79.

$12,802

LIST
DISCOUNT

-$1307

$ i 1,495

Less Cash Back -$1000

NOW

10 4 9 5

p

*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 48 mos., 9.9% for
CHEVROL ET
60 mos. w/app. credit. Dealer fi-
nancial participation may affect
consumer cost. $500 cash back on
S-10 Pickup. $800 S-10 Blazer. Can
be applied as down pymt. up to
S750 option savings on 4-cyl. S-10
Pickup & Blazer. UP to 5500 option
savings on V6 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 S750.
S500 cash alternative on R/V 10 & 20 series pickups under 8600 GVW.
** - on Camaro, Celebrity (4-cyl.), Cavalier, Nova. Dealer participation

28111 Telegraph and 12 Mile
at 1-696

-

$500

NEW '87 EXTENDED
CAB PICKUP 4x4

NEW '87
SPRINT

spd., sport mirrors,

-

NEW '87
510 BLAZER

NEW '87 CHEVME 'CS
2-DR. HATCHBACK CPE.

Blue bucket, 1.6L 2 BBL L4 eng.,
4-spd., P155/ 80R13 BW Radials.
Lt. Blue. Stk. #332

$8588

LIST
DISCOUNT

NEW '87 CELEBRITY
4-DOOR
AIr, auto., cruise, am/fm stereo,

110111W111140111 00111.047.71

355-1000

may affect consumer cost.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

11 3 1 1/3 111 3 1 11 VIVIllk.11

(on select new car models)

4-dr., tinted glass, rr. wind. de-
frost, air, cruise, auto., tilt, stereo
w/lock,spt. whl. cvvw., Stk.
#1008

APR * * * *
Financing

OR TP O $600 CASH BACK!
PLUS r0 5 750

Cash Back

NEW '87
CORSICA

JNF Cites Tillie Brandwine

.

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

Tillie Brandwine will be
honored at a testimonial
dinner on June 24 at Cong
Shaarey Zedek, sponsored by
the Jewish National Fund.
Born Matilda Biber, Mrs.
Brandwine attended the
United Hebrew Schools, was
graduated from Northern High
School, and took her first job in
1932 typing for a group of four
attorneys.
In 1937, she married Morris
Jacob Brandwine, with whom
this year she is celebrating a
50th wedding anniversary.
They have a daughter, two
sons, and five grandchildren.
When her children were still
infants, Mrs. Brandewine
joined Hadassah, became
president of the Russell Woods
East group, and then vice
president of fund raising. By
1950 she was active in the
Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and in 1962 was named Volun-
teer of the Week for more than
a decade of service to the JWF.
This award was followed in
1970 by the Israel Bonds
Woman of Valor medal.
Mrs. Brandewine served as
campaign chairman for the
Women's Division in 1971 and
1972 and presided as chairman
of the division the next year.
She also was chairman of the
Culture and Education Di-
vision of the JWF. In this post
she became the first woman to
chair a budgeting division.
During her many years of
involvement in Jewish causes,

Tillie Brandwine

Mrs. Brandewine has been vice
president of the Jewish Family
Service and helped organize
the nursing home visiting pro-
gram. She has been elected to
the national board of the
Women's Division of the
United Jewish Appeal and of
the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
In 1981, she co-chaired the
General Assembly Council of
Jewish Federations. In 1986,
she co-chaired the open house
celebrating 60 years of the
JWF. Presently, she is vice
president of the board of
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments.

DZF Scholar Due Monday

Israeli political columnist
Annette Dulzin will begin a
two-week visit to the Detroit
area Monday as the Detroit
Zionist Federation's 1987
scholar-in-residence. A few
time slots are still available in
her schedule. Contact chair-
man Henry Faigin, 353-8828
or 356-7119, for details.
In addition to writing a polit-
ical column for the daily news-
paper, Yediot Aharonot, Mrs.
Dulzin is a contributor to the
New York Times and has been
published in Forum. She is an
adviser on human rights to the'
prime minister of Israel, and is
a linguist and interpreter.
Her visit to this area is co-
sponsored by the American
Zionist Federation and the
American Zionist Youth Fed-
eration in co-operation with
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, Information Department,
Jerusalem.
Her itinerary is as follows:
Monday, briefing meeting,
afternoon; reception at Nor-
man Naimark's home, 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, Einstein

Luncheon, noon; Windsor
Jewish Community Center, 6
p.m.
Wednesday, Michigan State
University, Hillel Foundation,
lunch noon, and 7:30 p.m.
dinner.
Thursday, University of
Michigan, Hillel Foundation,
7:30 p.m.
March 6, Temple Israel
Shabbat services, 8 p.m.
March 7, Beth Shalom
Shabbat services, 9:30 a.m.;
Labor Zionist family, 1:30
p.m.; Dinner and evening with
Jane Sherman.
March 8, B'nai David, 11
a.m.; Step up to Israel confer-
ence, 2 p.m.; Jabotinsky
Society, 6 p.m.
March 9, Temple Emanu-El.
March 10, Jewish Commu-
nity Center staff, lunch noon;
Hillel Faculty Associates,
Oakland University, 7:30 p.m.
March 11, Jewish Welfare
Federation staff with Jewish
Community Council, 10:30
a.m.; Parents of North Ameri-
can Israelis, 8 p.m. dinner.
March 12, Institute for Re-
tired Professionals, noon

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