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December 18, 1987 - Image 10

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-18

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Come Buy a Car From My DADDY?
LARRY KAPLAN

see

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

noon (313) 355-6414

(313) 355-1000

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

HFL Expanded
To Meet Needs

Across from Tel-12 Mall

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

1/4,

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/ 400

CARS & TRUCKS
TO CHOOSE

1, OVER $6 10001 000 INVENTORY

'88 CELEBRITY

'88 CAVALIER VL

V.\

- 19

Pwr. door locks, elec. rr. wind. defog., air, 2.5L EFI L4 ,
auto. trans., P185/75R-14 ALS S/B. Stk. #825

Grey cloth buckets, 2.0 EFI L4 eng., 5-spd. Stk. #691

LIST
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT

LIST
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT
CONSUMER CASH REBATE

7423
-$ 528

Now $6895*

NOW $ 1O

42 Available at Similar Savings

$12.633
-$ 1857
-$ 600

176*

42 Available at Similar Savings

'88 BERETTA

'88 CORSICA

2-DOOR COUPE

4-DOOR SEDAN

. 3111 30 319 1/11139 N0 3

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4-DOOR SEDAN

2-DOOR

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T/glass, air, Corsica Pkg. #2, elec. rr. wind. def., 2.01 EFI
L4, auto., P185/80R-13 ALS S/B, HD batt., AM/FM stereo.
Stk. #110. •

Intermit. wipers, elec. rr. wind. defog., 2.0L EFI L4, 5-spd.
marg. trans., P195/70R-14 ALS SIB, AM/FM stereo. Stk.
#349X.

LIST
11,133
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT
1368
SAYER PACKAGE DISCOUNT -
820

LIST
$10,362
4 1229
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT
SAVER PACKAGE DISCOUNT -$ 410

NOW

$8945*

NOW $8723 *

40 Available at Similar Savings

25 Available at Similar Savings

'88 CAMARO

Al i v 0 OW ; Ni 3

H N BEATA B LE DEALE ' '

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'88 S10

AMP.

BLAZER 4X4

Deep 7-glass, folding RR seat, rec.
seat badc, inter. wiper sys., elec. RR
wind. def., air deflector, air cond.,
B/L eye mfr. bik., console, tailgate
body, HD shocks, RRR axle, 2.8L
EFT V8, 4-spd. auto., transfer case
shield, spare tire cover, P205/75R15
SB BW, Halogen headlamps, solid
paint, volt, oil. temp, odom., Blue.

Tinted glass, body side moldings elec. rr. wind. defog. Stk.
#447

LIST
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT
CONSUMER CASH REBATE

$13 , 183*

NOW $ I 01

5 AT THIS PRICE

$12,990
-$ 1572
-$ 600

$13,867*

818

2 AT THIS PRICE

30 Available at Sirnilar Savings

28111 Telegraph and 12 Mile
at 1-6%

( 1 - 6 ) 11t2 . ( .21

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355-1000

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LOOK, SHOP, GET YOUR BEST DEAL, BUT DON'T
BUY UNTIL YOU SEE THE UNBEATABLE DEALER!

'Plus tax, title, destination. Rebates included where applicable.

E1

GM QUALITY
SERVICE PARTS

04141IRAL MOTORS colt.oe *now

10

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1987

GM

. 3 31 31: VIVRI ND 3H1,

PASSENGER VAN

P.D. locks, T-glass. recline seat,
Inter. wiper sys., air cond., 4.3L EFI
V6, 4-spd. auto., 27•gal. fuel tank,
tiff, 205175R15 S/B WW, deluxe
grille, AM/FM stereo, rally whIs.,
8-pass. seating, glass. solid paint.
cloth seats.

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Af

'88 ASTEO-CS

, W31V30 319 V1V 3B ND 3H 1,

HE UN BE ATA E DE ALE R '

`THE UN B AT L D ALE ' '

2-DR. SPORT COUPE

The Hebrew Free Loan
Association and United
Jewish Charities share Mr.
Marwil's concern for the
careful expenditure of com-
munity resources (Letters,
Dec. 11). To serve the greatest
number of our people in the
most efficient manner possi-
ble is a vital principle by
which our organized com-
munity operates through the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
As a former president of
Hebrew Free Loan, Mr. Mar-
wil should know well that our
community, far from being
static, is a continually chang-
ing entity. Consequently,
before undertaking the move
to new quarters, we con-
sidered the following:
1) For many years, HFL has
functioned out of a single
8 x 10 room in the United
ad-
School
Hebrew
ministrative wing, en-
croaching on the space of
UHS wherever and whenever
it could be found. Loan ap-
plicants had to awkwardly
and publicly mill around,
waiting for interview rooms.
2) Over the past eighteen
months, HFL has expanded
its programs and resources to
include the following: the new
Neighborhood Project, which
generates hundreds of re-
quests for new loans from ap-
plicants desiring to purchase
homes in Oak Park and
Southfield; the new Project
Tov, in cooperation with
Jewish Vocational Service,
which provides loans for part-
time students and people who
desire to pursue vocational
education; and an expanded
relationship with the Fresh
Air Society to provide
youngsters with summer
'campership loans.
3) The Jewish Welfare
Federation, which operates a
number of programs out of
the UHS building, needed ad-
ditional space and will share
the new HFL offices.
4) Removal of the HFL of-
fices from the administrative
wing allows the UHS to
utilize that sorely needed
space to meet its own needs.
5) In renting facilities from
a fellow agency of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, HFL
enables the community's
financial resources to remain
"in the family."
6) We anticipate continued
growth, including covering
the needs for a resurgence of
Russian immigrants.
7) Most important to us is
protecting the confidentiality
and dignity of those re-
questing loans. As mentioned
above, the former HFL office

did not offer that protection
adequately. The new quarters
allow our clients and consti-
tuents the dignified environ-
ment they deserve.
With the new space, comfor-
table but certainly not
"plush," HFL looks forward to
serving our Jewish communi-
ty better in the coming years.
Finally, I wish to thank Mr.
Marwil for his concern and
his many years of devotion to
HFL.

Emery I. Klein, President

Hebrew Free Loan

"mml OPINION

Keep Chanukah

Continued from Page 7

Exchanging gifts is an im-
portant part of the holiday
too. But do these gifts have to
be so many and so expensive?
Think about it. Chanukah is
a celebration of our Judaism.
As long as we have opened up
our wallets and purses, we
should insure that tzedakah
is part of the picture. Let me
share with you what our
family decided to do.
This year, as last year, we
bought smaller gifts and
fewer of them. We calculated
how much we would have
spent on many and more ex-
pensive gifts, doubled that
amount and gave the money
to a number of Jewish philan-
thropies. Our friends and
relatives received a note
thanking them for their
Chanukah gift to an
organization that helped so-
meone who needed food or
clothes or medical care more
than we needed one more toy,
or one more sweater, or one
more pair of earrings.
Everyone felt part of a richer
Chanukah celebration.
Join us. The more expensive
the gifts you normally buy,
the more you can help. Your
synagogue or temple, the
Federation, MAZON, and a
host of worthwhile organiza-
tions can make better use of
your Chanukah gelt than
Neiman Marcus and Bloom-
ingdales. The holiday gifts
should not substitute for
other charitable contribu-
tions that you make at other
times of the year. A difficult
"shopping" decision becomes
which necessity you will help
provide.
Such a gift will teach your
children, grandchildren and
other friends and family what
tzedakah is really about.
Make the decision together
about where the money
should go and why. That way,
the giving becomes a living
act. Chanukah then assumes
a character steeped in Judaic
roots, rather than a trip to the

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