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July 08, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-08

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NEW '87 CAMARO
2 DR. IROC Z

NOW

$9284*

NEW '88 CORSICA 4 DR. SEDAN

Tinted glass, L. cond., prelim price .1., elec. if wind. defog., 2.0 L EFI L4,
automatic trans.. heavy duty battery. Stk. #2057.

$10,486.00
LIST
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT -1246.63
-300
"GO FOR IT" Rebate

NOW $8939 3

NOW $

.N* 25 Available
At Similar
Savings!

14,508

t



SAVE $4000

Only 2 Available at this Price!

22 Available at Similar Savings!

NEW '88 CONVERSION VANS
MINI & FULL SIZE

Starting $
from

16,500 *

Many to
Choose from!

NEW '88 SPECTRUM CL 4 DR.

Mats, auto., p.s.. air cond.. -glass. Stk. #2042.

LIST
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT
"GO FOR IT" Rebate

$9520
-765
-600

NOW $8155

*

35 Available at Similar Savings!

NEW '88 ASTRO CL PASSENGER VAN

Deep tinted glass., rclng seatfclual arm, prelim price info.,
inter wiper system, air cond., dome & reading lamp, ext. bit
eye rnir. ptd rrr axle 3.23 ratio. eng. oil cooling sys., elec
speed control. 4.3L EFI V6 gas. 4 spd. auto w/ovrdrv., 27
galbs fuel tank, motion. steering, P20505R15 S/B WW,
heavy duty battery, AM/FM stereo etr.. die. ttirr bumper. hd
rad:trans cooler, rally wheels, 8 person seating, special
two-tone. Stk. #2 X

NOW $

14,999*

NEW '88 NOVA 4-DR. SEDAN

1 6L 2 BBL L4, 5-spd. trans. & more. Stk. # 1222X.

List
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT
"GO FOR IT" Rebate

$9105
-900
-600

NOW $7605

*

55 Available At Similar Savings!

NEW '88 S-10 BLAZER 4x2

NEW '88 SPORTSIDE PICKUP

Tinted glass, delay wipers, air conditioning,
ft. stab., automatic, tilt, aux. lights, stereo,
chrome step bumper, gauges, HD shocks,
V8, alum. wheels. Stk. #1947

NOW

$11,545*

Tinted glass, folding rear seat, reclining seat back.
Inter wiper system, elec. rr window def., trt. air cond.,
hd shock, 3.08 ratio axle or, 4.3L EFI V6 gas. 4 spd.
auto. w/ovrdrv., comtorttilt steering pwr. steering.
P205/75015 S/B WW, AM/FM stereo, tachometer.
luggage can, tahce equipment, rally wheels, full size
spare tire, sport bvo-tone paint.

Stk. /1709

NOW $

13,672*

*Plus tax, title, destination- All rebates included where applicable. Rebates expire 9-28-88. Picture shown
may not be actual vehicle advertised.

28111 Telegraph and 12 Mile
at 1-696

355-1000

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

10 FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1988

7

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noill; 1:11111.1:1 12.11/Miiia

$15,508
-$ 4,000

LIST
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT

Dr. Judith Laikin Elkin

311730 3111 111V39N D 111,

Air cond., carpet fir. mats, etc.
rr. wind. defog., 2.0L EFI L4,
auto, HD battery. Stk. #1274.
$10,979
List
Unbeatable Discount -1,295
"GO FOR IT" Rebate -400

6-way power seat, pwr. door lock, pwr.
windows, intermit wdsh wpr., air cond., auto-
matic ISRV mir., speed att. w/resume, comfort.
steering, AM/FM stereo ETR. 5.0L TP V8, auto.
trans. w/ovrdrv., pwr. antenna. Stk. #1749.

somewhat cut from past
years). To do less is to under-
mine the intellectual founda-
tions of the Jewish communi-
ty of Michigan.

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NEW '88 BERETTA
2-DR. COUPE

Continued from Page 6

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SUMMER
SALES BLITZ

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DEALE ' '

`TH _ U NBE ATAB LE DE ALE R " "THE UNBEATA BLE DE A LE

I LETTERS I

Ann Arbor

Soviet Family
Thanks Detroit

We, the Kagan family, first
applied for Soviet exit visas in
January, 1977, and we were
repeatedly refused since, ac-
cording to OVIR officials, the
Mathematical Institute of the
Soviet Academy of Sciences
where I worked for more than
20 years had objections
against my departure.
We appreciate very much
the strong concern on behalf
of my family shown by the
Jewish community of the
greater Detroit area during
those long years between
1977 and 1987 (when the
Kagans were allowed to leave
the Soviet Union) .. .
The Soviet Jewry Educa-
tion and Information Center
promptly contacted Senator
Carl Levin, Congressman
Sander Levin and Con-
gressman William Broom-
field (after the Kagans were
allowed to leave, but their son
was told he would have to
wait several more months).
Their immediate and
energetic efforts helped
much. Within a few days the
U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service issued
my son a humanitarian
_parole and, as a result, he is
now here with us.
We hope that our daughter
will join us so that we will
all be together again. My
family and I are very much
indebted to Senator Carl
Levin, Congressman Sander
Levin and Congressman
William Broomfield.

Dr. Abram Kagan

Adelphi, Md.

Gun Control,
Jewish History

I read with interest Eliott
Rothenberg's article "Jewish
History Refutes Gun Control
Activists" (April 29).
Mr. Rothenberg seems to
believe that Jewish history
began less than 50 years ago.
His entire case is based one
vents which were part of the
Shoah and which were part of
the struggle for the establish-
ment of a Jewish state.
There have actually been
many times and places when
Jewish communities have
been forced to resort to arm-
ed defense. Because we have
almost always been a small
minority such use of arms has

seldom been a means of sur-
vival. Even when we have
had the power of numbers, as
in the il-conceived revolts of
117 C.E., our use of arms
often ended in disaster for
ourselves.
The cases of the partisans
during World War II and of
the Haganah in pre-State
Palestine are not useful for
us. We are not confronted
with the power of the state.
On the contrary our govern-
ment, at all levels, is respon-
sible for our welfare and safe-
ty if we are physicaly attack-
ed by Nazis, or Klansman or
others of their ilk.
Rothenberg's arguments
simply do not apply to us.
Finally, it is absurd to hold
up Bernard Goetz as an exam-
ple for "right to arm" ad-
vocates. That mentally
distrubed individual went
about in New York City, il-
legally armed, looking for an
excuse to shoot someone in
revenge for his having been
mugged. I, for one, would not
feel safer knowing that my
fellow riders on the subway
were ready to shoot at the
first kids to hassle them on a
moving train.
Using Goetz as an example
shows the poverty of
Rothenberg's arguments. A
jury of his peers may have ac-
quited Goetz, but that is less
an indication of his innocence
than of a sickness in our
society.

Rabbi Philip J. Bentley

President, Jewish' Peace Fellowship
Nyack, N.Y.

OPINION

Hi-Tech

Continued from Page 7
Satec has a Detroit connec-
tion. I met Shimshon Halpern
there when he overheard me
moaning about the Pistons'
loss to the Lakers. He is the
son of Rabbi Halpern, and
worked for the Detroit law
firm of Hyman, Gurwin,
Nachman et al, before mak-
ing aliyah. It was great to find
a Detroit connection in the
Israeli hi-tech field.
I found another Detroiter in
Haifa. After visiting the Tech-
nion, I bumped into Morris
Rochlin and his wife. They
were with the American
Friends of the Technion. It
was wonderful to see
Americans visiting Israel at
a time when most are afraid
to go.
Other places we visited in-
cluded Optrotech, a computer
related company; Elta, an
electronics firm; Indigo,
manufacturer of photocopy
materials; Degem, educa-
tional technology and
technology training; Laser in-

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