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January 05, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-05

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SPECIALS

NEW '90 CAVALIER
VL 2 DR. CPE

NEW '89 SUBURBAN 3/4 TON
454 CUBIC INCH EFI
V-8 Irons.,
EFI

WAS
GM REBATE
NOW
$
ONLY

17,800*

Heavy duty (bossy, 8600 GM 350 EFI auto., auxiliary
lighting, sliding rear window and more! Stk. #3401

$19,500

$15970.
,

NEW '90 S 10 BLAZER 4X4

-

4.3 EFI V-6 eng., air, 5-spd. man. O.D. trans., alum.

wheels, Tahoe, deep t - gloss, tilt, inter wipers, stereo,
reclining buckets and more. Stk. No. 3566

WAS
GM REBATE

ONLY

$1 7,088
$1250

$1 3,650*

Cloth buckets elec. r. window def., 2.2 liter . EFI IA eng.,
auto trans., P195/70 R14 ALS S/B radial B/W, air cond.,
elec. speed control, w/resume, tilt steering, Intermittent
wipers, floor mats, map lamps with consolette, and
more. Stk. #3203.

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE
FIRST TIME BUYER

5.7 liter EFI VA 3 speed auto., heavy duty radiator 8 cooler,

rear step bumper, spare tire 8 more!

WAS
GM REBATE

$

$15424
5750

1 2,500
-

*

$12,667
$800
$600

$9950*

LY
VIW

P145/80 R-12 ALS S/B radial tires, front and rear mats,
sport mirrors, 1 OL TBI L3 engine, 5 speed manual
trans. Order No. 225L6V

"58 Miles to the Gallon"
#1 Mileage Vehicle
For 2 Years Standing
FIRST TIME BUYER
$600

rgt?ity $5395

NEW '90 GEO STORM
2 + 2 SPORT CPE.
Front and rear mats, auto trans., 1.6L SOHO L4 MPFI

engine, P185/60 R-14 Steel belt tires and more. Order
#372E0C.

WAS
UNBEATABLE DISCOUNT
FIRST TIME BUYER
NOW
ONLY

27 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 CORSICA LT 4 DR. SEDAN

Cloth bucket seats, rr. wind. defog, air, 2.2L EFI L4
eng., auto trans., P185/75R S/B radial tires, t-
glass, inter. wipers, floor mats, map lamps w/roof
console and more. Stk. #3314.

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE
FIRST TIME BUYER
O
NONW
LY

$11 ,632

$800
$600

$9025

*

'.
4 OR SEDAN

NEW 90 PRIZM n
t and rear mats, 1.61 MEI
P1 75/70R-13 ALS S/ B radial,
L4 engine, 5-spd. man. trans., cloth buckets, p.s., AM/FM
stereo w/seek and scan, digital clock, full wheel covers,

sport mirrors. Stk. #3800

$11,069
$1400**
$600
*
$8295

WAS
WILL TO WIN REBATE
FIRST TIME BUYER

NOW
ONLY

26 At Similar Savings

44 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 LUMINA
4 DR. SEDAN

NEW '90 GEO TRACKER

-

Cloth seats, elec. rr. wind. defog , 2.5L EFI L4 eng.,
auto trans., P195/75R 14 ALS S/B radial tires, me-
talk paint and more. Stk. #3051.

WAS
KICKOFF '90 REBATE
NOW

..„

$11,280
$1130
$600

$9550*

4.5 At Similar Savings

14 At Similar -Savings

NEW '90 HEAVY DUTY
FULL SIZE 3/4 TON PICKUP

02V LY

19 At Similar Savin•s

NEW '90 BERETTA 2 DR CPE.

NEW '90 4x4 FULL
SIZE PLOW TRUCK

OW
ONLY

$8494
WAS
$600
FIRST TIME BUYER
*
NOW
ONLY $7225

$22,664
51,000

WAS

NEW '90 GEO METRO XFI 2•DR. H.B.

Cloth bucket seats, 2.2 L EFI L4 engine, P185/80 R13
tires, 5 speed Irons., metallic paint and more! Stk.
#3627

eng., auto.
Panel door, deep tinted glass, 3 seals, 5.7
40 gallon tank, Silverado, power windows, and locks, tilt, cruise,
inter. wipers, locking differential, front 8 rear air and much
more!. Stk. #1192.

$12,483
$1050

$ 10,799

22 At Similar Savings

*

1.61 EFI, 5-spd. man. trans. w/O.D., P205/75R15 on-off
road tires, AM/FM stereo w/seek and scan, cassette, air,
digital clock, cloth interior and more. Stk. #3834X

WAS
FIRST TIME BUYER

NOW
ONLY

$ 1 1

$18083
5600
*
,680

'Just add tax, title, dest. All rebates and dealer incentives included where applicable. Dealer participation may affect consumer cost. Ad expires
Jan. 11, 1989. First Time Buyer deducted from price where applicable to qualified buyers.
"Chev. Will To Wil Rebate $800 plus $600 import owner rebate with proof of ownership.

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10 FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1990

Letters

Continued from Page 8

CHEVROLET'S
HIGHEST AWARD FOR
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

355-100@

studies have been established
to try and answer.
I think The Jewish News
can and is providing a partial
solution to the question by
publicizing and popularizing
the many resources our com-
munity has to offer in the
area of Jewish education.
Your constant, favorable focus
on our day schools, afternoon
schools and outreach net-
works will undoubtedly lead
to greater enrollments,
broader financial support and
heightened programming to
meet the increased demand.
But, more importantly, your
paper can create a radical
change in our community's
collective priorities and
perceptions.
Hopefully, with thorough
and constructive attention
such as The Jewish News is
providing, Jewish education
will move to the forefront of
our communal agenda.

.

Rabbi E.B. Freedman
Administrative director,
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah

Of Bugs And
'Kosher' Lettuce
I must comment on the Nov.

17 "Purely Commentary"
editorial by Editor Emeritus
Philip Slomovitz on the sub-
ject of "kosher lettuce." A few
points need clarification
and/or outright correction.
First of all, the issue is not
whether or not the lettuce is
kosher; it always was and
always will be. The problem is
that the bugs, which may be
found on lettuce and other
vegetables, are not and never
were kosher.
It also must be noted that
there is no halachic prohibi-
tion, as was cited in the report
from the Jerusalem Post, with
microscopic bugs. The
Almighty does not give us
laws that are impossible to
keep. The problem is with
bugs that can be seen with
the naked eye, but only if one
knows how to check for them.
They are rather common, too.
Because of the increasing
resistance to pesticides, it is
now usual to find a few aphids
on about every fifth head of
lettuce. If you look closely, you
can often find little thrips
crawling around on the top of
an onion when the outer dry
peel is removed.
The prohibition against
eating these insects is inclued
in the mandate against shrat-
zim (creepy crawlies), along
with all the other kosher laws
in the 11th chapter of
Leviticus. This prohibition
against shratzim (which in-
cludes crabs, shrimp, lobsters)
is mentioned five times in the
Torah, whereas the injunction
against pork is mentioned on-

ly once. This is for emphasis
and to teach us more about
the laws. It does not, as was
stated in the article, make
"eating one tiny bug . . . as
bad as eating five pigs."
I was taken aback by the
fact that Mr. Slomovitz chose
to draw a comparison bet-
ween this law and the
customs of shloggin kapores
and beating hoshana bran-
ches. The injunction against
insect consumption is an
issur d'Orysah (a Torah pro-
hibition), whereas the prac-
tices of shloggin kapores and
hoshanas are merely
minhagim (customs). This is
not to imply that our customs
are not important; however,
the seriousness of violating a
halacha d'Orysah in no way
compares to non-observance
of a minhag.

Susan Tawil
Oak Park

Let Us Know

Letters must be concise,
typewritten and double-
spaced. Correspondence
must include the signa-
ture, home address and
daytime phone number of
the writer.

NEWS

1"'w""Imm

Intifada Price
Tag $1 Billion

Jerusalem (JPFS) — The
second year of the intifada
cost the Israeli economy
between $200 million and
$400 million, a survey
prepared by Bank
Hapoalim's economic
department showed.
The bank's economists
said the cost for the first
year totalled about '$600
million, which means an ac-
cumulated cost of between
$800 million and $1 billion
for the two years. The bank's
survey attributed part of the
drop in cost to the fact the
country had begun to adjust
to the intifada as a perma-
nent fixture for the economy.
According to Hapoalim,
during 1989 companies con-
tinued to look for alternative
markets to those in the ter-
ritories, where Israeli sales
have been hurt by the the
espcially weak economy as
well as by boycotts against
Israeli products.

At the same time, corn-
panies continued
substituting workers from
Israel and abroad for Arab
workers, while introducing
labor-saving technologies.

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