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November 24, 1989 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-24

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OPEN SUNDAY 12 6 P.M.

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MICHIGAN'S LARGEST SELECTION
OF TOP NAME BRANDS IN STOCK!
ALL ITEMS ON SALE!

Now Thru Sunday

GOBBLE-UP
SALE
Crazy Clarence says,

"The General Dynamics-
Tadiran arrangement is the
essence of our strategy," he
says. "To show foreign com-
panies that not only do we
have world-class high tech
products at a reasonable price
to sell them, but that it is
worthwhile for them to have
an 'Israeli component' to
their overall international
business strategy."
Because of the threat of the
Arab boycott, Alon is having
a more difficult time convin-
cing Japanese, German,
Italian and French
automobile makers to procure
some of their spare parts or
other equipment from Israeli
companies to balance a $1
billion vehicle import bill.
They claim that there is no
substantial manufacturing
capacity in Israel; however,
contrary to what they do
elsewhere, they are not in-
terested in assisting local in-
dustry in order to create such
a capacity. Additionally, their
local sales agents are forbid-
den to procure parts from
Israeli companies.
"We don't expect these com-
panies to invest in plants here
but we do believe that they
should be assisting our local
industry just as they do in
countries which import far
less from them than Israel
does," Alon says. ❑

limm

"Everything must be
swept out by Sunday"

YAMAHA KEYBOARD
SALE $ 189

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SOUNDS FOR THE 90 S

PEAVEY AND
FENDER AMPS

SALE

PLAY YOUR
OWN HALFTIME
SHOW
4C1 DASS VOICES, 100 RHYTHMS
Automatic, Accompaniment,
Full Size Keys

AMPS FOR GUITAR, BASS,
AND KEYBOARD

PEAVEY, YAMAHA, FENDER, GALLIEN,
KRUGGER, WASHBURN & OTHERS

FROM

-

$69

ELECTRIC PIANOS AND SYNTHESIZERS
Roland • Korg • Yamaha • Kawai
All Sale Priced
-.4

5 PC JR --
PC.

DRUM SET

.HEAVY DUTY

YAMAHA F1X-8

ELECTRONIC - SALE $198
DRUM MACHINE
TODAYS SOUNDS

Reg. $495

LOWEST PRICE EVER ,
3 DRUM SET EXTRA DEEP, W/22' BASS SALE PRICE
$229
CHROME SNARE, BLACK BASS HEAD
$598
LUDWIG 5 PC. DRUM SET, EXTRA DEEP
$549
PEARL 5 DRUM SET, POWER DRUMS

ALL REDUCED UP TO 60%

ALSO SALE PRICED THRU SUNDAY

,k„o LUDW IG, TAMA, PEARL, YAMAHA, ROTO TOMS, PAISTE

YAMAHA, FENDER
SALE $339 GIBSON,
WASHBURN
PEAVEY, ARIA PRO, MEMPHIS
WASHBURN
IBANEZ, KRAMER AND
MANY OTHERS
Acoustic Guitar

CYMBALS, ZILDJIAN CYMBALS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS • LIGHTING •
UIPMENT • • EFFECT PEDALS
SOUND •• D.J. EQUIPMENT

•,

MARTIN SIGMA
SALE $149
STUDENT FOLK GUITAR
SALE $39
YAMAHA 12 STRING GUITAR SALE $249
WASHBURN DREADNAUGHT Special $219
OVATION ROUNDBACK UP TO 40% OFF
MARTIN, OVATION, FENDER,
GUILD, WASHBURN, YAMAHA,
IBANEZ, HONDO, MAGNUM,
GIBSON, AND OTHERS
VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER,

THE MICHIGAN ISRAEL
INVESTMENT CLUB will
meet Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at
Hunters Square office
building in Farmington Hills.

AMERICAN EXPRESS DINERS CLUB .

SHERWOOD STUDIOS
will be hosting a cocktail par-
ty to benefit for the Children's
Hospital of Michigan at 6
p.m. Nov. 30 at the new store
in West Bloomfield. There is
a charge. For information, call
855-1600.

,

NEW KAWAI K-4RbidITAL
SYNTHESIZER MODULE

wonderl

SALE
897

HOLIDAY HOURS:

r-----Thrin

LILL
M-F 10:30-9pm
ROLAND U-110
Sun. 12-6pm
DIGITAL SYNTEHSIZER DEARBORN
WEST BLOOMFIELD
RACK MODULE
13519 MICHIGAN
33084 NORTHWESTERN

TODAY
$697

Near Schaefer

584-8111

at Orchard Lake Road

855-6333

LAYAWAYS EASY CREDIT TERMS

111/'

• ...A.- ■■••-■%.4.■

ALAN BLAU of Farmington
Hills has beenpromoted to
program manager for Con-
tinental Cablevision, which
serves the communities of
Southfield, Lathrup Village,
Oak Park, West Blomfield
Township and the Tri-Cities.

• Band Instrument Accessories • Metronomes
• Computer Software • Drums Stic Bags • Music
Stands • Sheet Music • Harmonicas • Keyboard
Scarf • Gift Certificates • Instrument Pins
• Electric Tuners • Electric Guitar Effects

REDUCED
ALL DJ EQUIPMENT
from $99
DJ MIXERS
from $49
POLICE BEACONS
$69
MIRROR BALL W/ PIN SPOT
$417
_TECHNICS SL-1200

SALE
$149

ELISSA GROSSMAN has
joined MegaSource, Inc., of
Birmingham, as director of
executive services. She will be
responsible for the develop-
ment and implementation of
the quality assurance and
public relations functions for
the company.

MUSICAL STOCKING STUFFERS

ELECTRIC GUITARS
\\ ; & BASSES

WITH LIFETIME
WARRANTY

l IN BRIEF I

LARGEST SELECTION OF KEYBOARD
ACCESSORIES • STANDS • HEADPHONES
BEGINNERS INSTRUCTION COURSE
• BOOKS • POWER ADAPTORS • CASES
TASCAM 4 TRACK RECORDER SALE

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Film to Video Transfer • ••


• Transfer Movies 8mm-16mm to VHS or Beta •
' • • 1-200 FEET $20.00
• 401-600 FEET $39.00 :

• • 201-400 FEET $26.00 • 601-800 FEET $52.00 •
• •••.•
801-1000 FEET $65.00

• L :Am
' t Film over 1,000 feet add 6







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OAK PARK
GREEN 8 CENTER

Across from Northland

967.0234

OPEN SUNDAY 12-6 P.M.

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• Registered Eiectroiogists •

...card •

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foot. Tape $8.00 Additional



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Royal Oak

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288-5444

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Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield

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Appt. Only.

Ask For Shirlee or Debby

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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