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July 10, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-10

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ANALYSIS

For The

UNBEATABLE DEAL
see LARRY KAPLAN

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

main

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

$8,000,000
INVENTORY
FACTORY CLEARANCE

ATTENTION:

NEW '87 CAMARO Z-28

State Department
May Open Mideast
To USSR

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

Across from Tel-12 Mall

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Special to The Jewish News

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COLLEGE GRADUATES

Any students receiving a Bachelor's

Degree or better within the last calendar
year. can receive the best buy, in town
new Chevrolet car or truck.
on new

Red cloth bucket seats, tinted glass, body side
elect. defogger, AM/FM stereo w/dock, r. wind r Ts?Ix g...
305 V8, 5-spd. trans. Stk. #1419
LIST
$13,999
$1,296
DISCOUNT
$12,703
SUMMER CASH BACK -$1,000

NOW

$400 REBATE or
90 DAY DELAY PAYMENTS
BUY OR LEASE

ALSO SPECIAL FINANCING RATES
This Offer Is thru GMAC Financing

11,703*

EW '87 CELEBRITY

Annual Percentage Rate
Financing

OR

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4-dr., white tinted glas , rr. defrost, air,
sport mirrors, cruise, auto, tilt stereo frt. &
rr floor mats. Stk. #989X
LIST
$12,345
DISCOUNT
1,400
$10,945
SUMMER CASH BACK
-$500

T
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SUMMER CASH!
ON SELECT MODELS

NEW '88 BERETTA

NOW

2-DR.
COUPE

$10,445*

ATTENTION:
ist TIME BUYERS

'Limited or No Credit History
'Verified Driver's License
'Verified Social Security Number
'Verified Residence
*Reasonable Debt to Income Ratio

Air, floor mats, r. wind. defogger, auto,
ETR AM/FM stereo, intermitent wipers,
cruise. tilt, 4 cyl.. Stk. #133X
$12,065
LIST
$1,330
DISCOUNT
$10,735
-$500
SUMMER CASH BACK

This Offer is thru
GMAC Financing

NEW '87 SPECTRUM

2-DR.
40-- **11. ■ EXPRESS
H/B COUPE

2.0L ER L4, L gl., frtJr. carpet fl. mats, apt. ni4.-1.11
rJRH man., 4 spd. man. trans., comfortilt steer., HD
battery, AM/RA ETR stereo. Stk. #1488X
UST
$9267
DISCOUNT
$967
$8300
SUMMER CASH BACK
$600

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AVAILABLE

1.5L L4 2-BBL, 5-speed manual trans..
P155/80R-13 Rad. B/W tires.
UST
$6785
DISCOUNT
$300
$84$5
SUMMER CASH BACK
$300

N W '88 CORSICA .4E-,n,

Tinted glass, air, r. wind. defog., 2.0L EFI,
auto, heavy duty battery, ETR AM/FM
stereo. Stk. #144
$11,201
LIST
$1,226
DISCOUNT
*9,975
$500
SUMMER CASH BACK

5-spd., silver, carpet fir. mats. frt. & rr.,
P155/80R-13 RAD B/W. Stk. #1456
LIST
$8588
$643
DISCOUNT
$7945
$500
SUMMER CASH BACK

NOW

$7445*

NOW

28111 Telegraph and 12 Mile

1475*

355-1000

at 1-696

'Pius tax, title, destination.

"On Camaro, Spectrum,
Nova, Corsica, Beretta,
Cavalier & Celebrity.

Dealer participation may
affect consumer cost.

Offer expires Aug. 6, 1987.

"'On selected models.

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erusalem — In the
wake of Irangate and
the Jonathan Pollard
affair, Israeli officials were
braced for some concrete ex-
pression of American dis-
pleasure.
The expected "punish-
ment" never materialized.
Indeed, President Reagan
and Secretary of State
Shultz have been at pains to
reassure Jerusalem that the
relationship between their
two countries remains firm-
ly on track.
The Israelis, in their turn,
hastened to convey this
soothing message to the
folks back home and, no
doubt, to congratulate
themselves privately on
their Manifest ability at
crisis-management. The
congratulations may have
been premature. Israeli of-
ficials and journalists retur-
ning from visits to
Washington in recent weeks
have been expressing con-
cern about changes in at-
titude, subtle but percepti-
ble, that they are detecting.
Israel's two major ad-
vocates in Washington
President Reagan and
Secretary Shultz—have both
been wounded by the
Irangate episode, raising the
spectre of a lame-duck presi-
dent and and reducing the
influence of his chief foreign
policy-maker.
There are fears in Jeru-
salem that the resulting
vacuum is being filled by
the "Arabists" in the State
Department, officials who
have traditionally favored a
heavy pro.-Arab tilt to
United States policy in the
Middle East.
Israelis acknowledge that
they themselves are largely
responsible for the
resurgence of the Arabists
through their involvement
in a dismal succession of
scandals and their inept
handling of the proposed in-
ternational peace con-
ference, with the two halves
of the national unity govern-
ment tearing at each other
over the issue.
"The Israeli government
has understood too late that
the unsatisfactory handling
of the Jonathan Pollard af-
fair and Irangate—as well as
the international conference
has allowed the Arabist

genie to escape from the
Washington bottle." wrote
Dan Margalit, a senior
Israeli political comentator.
According to Margalit, the
plan by the Arabists to re-
order United States policy
in the Middle East are
already "in full force."
"Drafts for new, unofficial
initiatives are being drawn
up in American research
institutes. [Israel] will yet
hear in the future of a new
Brookings Plan.
"When the time comes,
the plans will serve the
Democratic administration
which — according to
assessments — will defeat
Reagan's successors in the
Republican Party." Accor-
ding to the perspective from
Israel, the determination of
the Arabists to push for an
international peace con-
ference in the teeth of
Israeli opposition will,
ultimately, create a very
serious rift in relations be-
tween Washington and
Israel.
Among the key players
believed to be setting the
stage for the change in
United States policy are
Under-Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs
Richard Murphy, special
Middle East envoy Wat
Cluverius, and the United
States Ambassador to
Israel, Thomas Pickering,
who was previously ac-
credited to Jordan. This
triumvirate does not harbor
the same deep suspicion
towards the Soviet Union-
does President Reagan and
his political compatibles in
Washington; nor will it
flinch at the prospect of full
Soviet participation in an
international peace
conference—if the terms are
right. Ambassador Picker-
ing, in particular, has a
deep, personal commitment
to a peace conference. Over
the past two years, he has
reportedly been intensely
involved in helping to ham-
mer out the agreement bet-
ween Israeli Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres and
King Hussein of Jordan.
He assumed the role of
mediator between Peres and
Hussein (with the help of
Wat Cluverius and Richard
Murphy, who have both con-
ducted several low-key shut-
tles in the region) and he
has made effective use of his
close ties with King Hus-
sein, who is said to trust and

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