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October 20, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-20

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OPINION

6.9% °R
REBATES 14 '2000"

NEW CARS

NEW '89 SUBURBAN 3/4 TON

Cloth bucket seats. 2.2L EFI L4 eng . P185/80
R13 tires. 5 spd trans , metallic paint and more
Stk. ,/3183

NOW
ONLY

-454 Cubit In..,

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$7395*

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Air. Ick. dif., oil cler., HD, Silvera-
do, p. wsflocks, 40 gal. tk.,
crse., dp. t-glass. Stk. #1192.

NO
$
W $
.

NEW '90 4X4 FULL SIZE EXTENDED CAB

Cloth bucket seats, rr rand defog.. 2. 81 MFI V6 engine
auto Trans. 0195/70 ALS radul roes. au cond. speed
con.. WI. Inter. wipers. carpeted floor nuts, auxthary
hghbag. HO battery and more SA =431



.

-

WAS
DOUBLE REBATE

Short Box, ' - Ton, air, 5.0L auto 0 D. trans .

iljraL - N., _

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512,49
$120i,

$9975*

cspha-„m.eLr,touzer.g-corfu'i,o zavisn,ce'.
reo. auxiliary lighting a
more.

WAS
UNBEATABLE DeSCOUNT

I

NOW $
ONLY

8 At Similar Savings

Cloth bucket seats. rr. wind. defog. air. 2 21 EFI
L4 eng., auto trans.. P185/758 S/B radial tires.
t-glass, inter. wipers, carpeted floor mats, map
lamps w/root console and more. Stk. .3314.

$11,632
$800

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE

$9625*

'

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- - ---1

WAS
GM REBATE
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT



14 0° N W
LY

$

$19,250
$1250
S2665

1 5,558*

16 At Similar Savings

NEW '89 ASTRO CS

Cloth seats. elec rr. wind. defog.. 2 SL EFI L4
cog., auto trans., P195/75814 ALS S/B radial
tires. metallic paint and more. Stk .3051,

$12,483
$750

7 Passenger. deep tinted glass. air. 4 3L auto
0.0 trans.. tilt. cruise. AM/FM stereo-cars . Out -
strip, plus much more. Stk .1871X

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13,665*

NEW '90 GEO PRIZM 4 DR. SEDAN

P145/Ed 9.12 ALS Sin radial Ines. front and rr :oats.
sport mirrors. I.01 Trii L3 eng , 5 spd an trans.. Agin,
stereo wise. E scan. clock, Sec rr rt. defog an,
more. SO( , 3456.

$6495

$16,332
$1000

2 At Similar Savings



NEW '90 GEO METRO XFI 2 DR. H.B.

"58 Miles to the Gallon"
#1 Mileage Vehicle
For 2 Years Standing

WAS
DOUBLE REBATE

NOW $
ONLY $

I I , 099

21 At Similar Savings

*

11 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 GEO STORM 2+2 SPORT CPE.

Front and rr. mats, auto trans.. 16L SOHC L1
MPFI eon.. P185/60 11-14 Steel belt tires and
more. Stk. .3352X.

NOW $
ONLY

*

r

NEW '90 LUMINA 4 DR. SEDAN

WAS
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT

16,495

NEW '90 S-10 BLAZER 4 W.D.
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NOW
ONLY

$19,036
$2540

$11,280
$1130

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12 Available

P175/7008-13 0,8 ra001 tires. floor mats. 161 kiFi La

seen.

WAS
WILL TO WIN REBATE
FIRST TIME BUYER

NOW
ONLY

S10,342
S1400 —
$600

$7495*

31 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 GEO TRACKER

lianrdtoop.aiLsrrore
stiro
. man. 0.0. trans.. Custom el .

WAS
FIRST TIME BUYER

NOW $

$11,950
$600

1 0,609

*

'Plus tax, title, dest. All rebates and dealer incentives included where applicable. Dealer participation may affect consumer cost. Ad expires Oct. 31, 1989. Con-
sumer must present ad for double rebate. First Time Buyer deducted from price where applicable to qualified buyers.
"Chev. Will To Win Rebate S800 plus $600 import owner rebate with proof of ownership, 6.9% APR for 24 mos. in lieu of rebate. Based on approved credit.

Geo

Dealer

Look, Shop, Get Your. Best
Deal, But Don't Buy Until You
See The Unbeatable Dealer!

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Parts

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1989

hotels. They want jobs upon
arrival in Israel. For many
high-tech jobs, fluency in
Hebrew is not an immediate
requirement. Engineers who
speak some English, for ex-
ample, can be employed im-
mediately and acquire fluen-
cy in Hebrew after work.
• Job contracts with Israeli
companies should be initiated
before Soviet Jews leave
Russia. A free professional
employment service should
be set up in the U.S.S.R. to
provide potential immigrants
with pertinent job informa-
tion and to arrange for inter-
views with Israeli firms that
could lead to job placement in
Israel.
• Russian tourists should

be offered jobs when they visit
Israel. Nearly 200,000 Rus-
sian Jewish tourists have
visited Israel so far this year.
These visitors are most like-
ly to choose to resettle in
Israel. Job interviews with
Israeli high-tech companies
should be arranged for
highly-skilled persons before
they visit Israel. If a job con-
tact results, they can
emigrate soon after they com-
plete their visit in Israel and
return to the Soviet Union.
Implementing these new
solutions will not come easy.
But we cannot let this un-
precedented opportunity to
bring Soviet Jews to Israel
pass by. The time for action is
now.



7 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 CORSICA LT 4 DR. SEDAN

NOW $
ON LY

17,925*

0

14 At Similar Savings

NEW '89 BERETTA 2 DR. COUPE

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE

$22,663
$1500

WAS
DOUBLE REBATE

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NOW
ONLY

Continued from Page 7

NEW TRUCKS

NEW '90 CAVALIER VL 2 DR. CPE.

NOW
ONLY

Soviet Jews

CHEVROLET'S
• -
HIGHEST AWARD FOR
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

28111 TELEGRAPH
AT 12 MILE & 1-696
SOUTHFIELD

355.1000

I NEWS I

Child Care Provisions
Cheer, Concern Jews

Washington (JTA) —
While American Jewish
groups are delighted that
Congress is about to make
federal funds available to
improve child care in this
country, several organiza-
tions are concerned that
provisions in pending
legislation could undermine
the separation of religion
and state.
By contrast, Agudath
Israel of America, represent-
ing an Orthodox perspective,
has welcomed news that
both houses of Congress may
extend funding to sectarian
child-care programs without
restricting the religious con-
tent of their programs.
Leaders in the Senate and
House of Representatives
are wrangling over conflic-
ting versions of the bill, all
of which provide a system of
tax credits for low-income
families, combined with
either federal grants to
states or direct grants to
child-care providers.
Unless the Senate-House
conference committee
decides otherwise, the bill
will be included in a huge
package of omnibus legisla-
tion that is to come before
Congress in the near future.
Non-Orthodox groups were
pleased with the House's
various conceptions of the
bill, which would allow sec-
tarian institutions to receive
the federal funds only if
their day-care programs
were determined to be non-
sectarian in nature.
But the same groups are
disappointed now that
House Majority Leader
Richard Gephardt, D-Mo.,
has indicated his willingness

to accept a Senate version
that contains no such
religion-state safeguards.
Judith Golub, assistant
Washington representative
of the American Jewish
Committee, said her group
realizes that too much of the
nation's child care is provid-
ed by church- and
synagogue-based institu-
tions for them to be excluded
by the plan entirely.
But she said the proposed
House-Senate compromise
could threaten parents'
choices in choosing a day-
care center. "If a parent
sends a child to federally
subsidized day care, they
shouldn't have to worry
about their religion being
undermined," she said.
Groups holding similar
positions include the
American Jewish Congress,
B'nai B'rith Women, Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations,
Na'amat Women, National
Council of Jewish Women
and the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Gephardt's proposed corn-
promise on the bill, outlined
in a letter to members of the
House, is seen here as a
calculated risk to get child-
care legislation passed
before enthusiasm for it
wanes on Capitol Hill, even
if parts of the bill raise
religion- state concerns.

Agudath Israel has no
such dilemma.
Abba Cohen, Washington
representative of Agudath
Israel, cited studies saying
that as much as one-third of
the nation's child care is
provided by sectarian in-
stitutions.

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