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December 15, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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NEW TRUCKS NEW CARS

NEW '89 SUBURBAN 3/4 TON

Panel doors, deep tinted glass, 3 seats, 5.7L EFTecig2, auto. trans., 411
gal. lank, AM/FM stereo-cam, Silverado, pwt - wind. & lods, bit,
cruise, wed wipers, HD trailer pkg. and rnore. Stk. #1260.

WAS
GM REBATE

NOW
ONLY

323,253
51,000

$199
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FIRST TIME BUYER

$600

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

Cloth bucket seats, 2.2L EFI L4 engine, P185/80410- bres,..6speed
trans.. metallic paint and more. Stk. #3571.

NOW
ONLY

"58 MILES TO THE GALLON"

$7225-

WAS
GM REBATE

....$12.450.

20 Al Similar Savings

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WAS
GM REBATE

WAS
$11,280
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT ....$1,130
FIRST TIME BUYER
$600

13 . 700

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NEW '90 PRIZM 4-DR. SEDAN

Cloth buckets, r. wind. def., air, 2.2L EFI L4 eng., auto., P185/758 S/B
radial tires, t.-glass, inter. wipers. floor mats. map lamps w/roof con-
sole and more. Stk. #3314.

$11,632
$800
$600

$9025.

NOW
ONLY
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P175/70R13 ALS S/B radials, Mir mats, 1.6L MFI L4 eng.. 5-spd. man.
trans., cloth buckets. p.s., AM/FM stereo w/seek & scan, digital clock,
lull whl. covers, sport mirrors. Stk. #3525X.

WAS
WILL TO WIN DISCOUNT
FIRST TIME BUYER

39 At Similar Savings

$9899.

NEW '90 LUMINA 4-DR. SEDAN

Cloth seats, elec. r. wind. defog., 2.5L EFI L4 eng., auto., P195/75R14
ALS S/B radial tires. metallic paint and more. Stk. #3051.

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE

$11,285

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$12,483
$1,050

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NOW

19 At Similar Savings

19 At Similar Savings

$10,592
$1400
$600

$7795*

ONLY

39 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 FLEE1SIDE "WORK" TRUCK

$9550*

13 At Similar Savings

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE
FIRST TIME BUYER

4.3L ER V-6, 5-spd. manual trans. w/OD. painted r. step bumper, pwr.
steering/brakes, steel belted radials incl. spare. cloth interior. Stk. #
3508.

NOW
ONLY

NEW '90 GEO STORM 2+ 2 SPORT CPE.

Front and rear mats, auto. trans., 1.6L SOHO L4 MPFI engine. P185/
60R14 steel belt tires and more. Order #372EDC

$9950. ONLY

NOW
ONLY

$17,088
$1,250

14 At Similar Savings

$12,667
$800
$600

x'90 CORSICA LT 4-DR. SEDAN

NEW '90 5-10 BLAZER 4x4

WAS .

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE
FIRST TIME BUYER

NOW
ONLY

33 At Similar Savings

4.3 EFI V-6 eng., air, 5-spd. man. OD trans., alum. wheels, Tahoe, deep
t-glass, tilt, inter. wipers. stereo, reclining buckets and more. Stk. #
3566.

NOW
ONLY . . . . $

Cloth buckets. elec. `.wind. del., 2.2L ER L4 eng., auto., P195/70R14
ALS S/B rad. B/W., air, elec. spd. control w/resume, tilt, inter. wipers,
floor mats, map lamps w/consolette and more. Stk. #3203.

$15,176
$500

$5395-

$600

FIRST TIME BUYER

NEW '90 GEO TRACKER

1.6L EFI, 5-spd. man. trans. w/OD, P205/75R15 on-off mad tires. AM/
FM stereo w/seek and scan, digital clock, cloth interior and more. Stk. #
3526.

WAS
FIRST TIME BUYER

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NOW
ONLY

- .511,297
$600

$10,132*

'Just add tax, title, dest. All rebates and dealer incentives included where applicable. Dealer participation may affect consumer cost.
Hurry, offer expires 12/22/89. First Time Buyer deducted from price where applicable to qualified buyers.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1989

Wearing "superintendent" shirts at Super Sunday are Allied Jewish
Campaign leaders Joseph Orley, Sharon Hart, Edie Slotkin and Paul
Borman.

1990 Campaign Opens
With $20.3 Million

NEW '90 BERETTA 2-DR. COUPE

NEW '90 HEAVY DUTY 3 /4 TON VAN

P145/80R12 ALS S/B radial tires, front and rear mats. sport mirrors,
1.0L TBI L3 engine, 5-speed manual trans: Stk. #3652X.

#1 Mileage Vehicle for 2 Years Standing

19 Al Similar Savings

Pow door locks, V-8 auto. w/00 trans., 33 gal. tank, hi-back bucket
seats, spare tire and more. Stk. #3561.

NOW
ONLY

NEW '90 CAVALIER VL 2-011.

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The commentary of A.M.
Rosenthal, along with a
record Campaign opening
achievement of $20,402,564,
highlighted the 1990 Allied
Jewish Campaign Opening
celebration Wednesday night.
Campaign Co-Chairman
Paul Borman told the crowd
at Adat Shalom Synagogue
that the total was an increase
of nearly $1.2 million over
last year. Detroit's Project
Renewal program in Yavne
now stands at $2 million.
(The 1989 Campaign open-
ed one year ago at $19.2
million, and has reached
$26.7 million to date.)
The Campaign funds more
than 60 Jewish institutions
in Detroit, overseas and
Israel.
The opening of the '90 Cam-
paign was aided by a record
achievement at Super Sunday
on Dec. 10. A record total of
$1,096,589 was recorded at
the conclusion of the annual
community-wide phonathon.
Comments at the opening
by Federation and Campaign
leadership pointed to the ar-
rival of an expected 750-1,000
Soviet Jews in Detroit and
many thousands more in
Israel and U.S. cities.
Federation President Mark
E. Schlussel said that with
the help of community
organizations and
synagogues, the Detroit com-
munity is enabling the new
Americans to identify as part
of the Jewish community.
Campaign Co-Chairman
Joseph H. Orley compared
the challenges we face today
with last year. "At the '89
Campaign Opening, we talk-
ed about expecting 150 Rus-
sian Jews in Detroit by the
end of fiscal 1989. A week
ago, we welcomed more than
100 new Americans in one

week. A few weeks ago, Israel
was projecting 100,000 Soviet
immigrants over the next
three years. Now they an-
ticipate 60,000 in the next 12
months!"
He added, "Some people
doubt we have a crisis on our
hands. They should unders-
tand that we are rescuing
Jewish lives. In many
respects, the situation in the
Soviet Union is not getting
better, it's getting worse .. .
We don't know how long the
gates will remain open; but
while they are, we must help
our fellow Jews to get out -
no matter where they go."

Machon Hosts
Miami Boys' Choir

Machon L'Thrah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, will hold its Se-
cond Annual Chanukah Con-
cert, 8:30 p.m., Dec. 23 at
Groves High School in
Birmingham.
Machon will present
Yerachmeil Begun and the
Miami Boys' Choir. The choir
originated with Begun in
Miami Beach, Fla.
A number of local families
have sponsored newly arrived
Russian immigrant families
enabling them to attend their
first Jewish concert in the
free world.
For information, call the
Machon office, 967-0888.

Cancer Friends
Hold Meeting

There will be a general
membership meeting of
Friends of Israel Cancer
Association Michigan
Chapter 8 p.m. Dec. 23 at the
clubhouse of Cumberland
Condominums. There is no
charge.

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