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January 05, 1990 - Image 70

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-05

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Buy a Panasonic Cellular Phone
before January 31st and
get TWO FOR ONE!*

Motorists Need
Survival Kit

Purchase the Panasonic CM500 Mobile and get the
Transportable kit FREE OF CHARGE!

An empty coffee can, candle
and newspapers don't conjure
up warm images, but the
three items could be
lifesavers if you're stranded
this winter, according to AAA
Michigan.
Those items should be in-
cluded in a winter survival
kit for your car, advises
Robert Miller, AAA Michigan
Emergency Road Service
manager.
"The dozen or so items in
the survival kit take up little
room in your trunk but are
essential during a winter
emergency," Tellier said.
The winter survival kit
should contain:
• Empty coffee can, candle,
and matches or lighter for a
small-scale furnace to
generate heat.
• Newspapers make great
insulation when placed bet-
ween skin and clothing.
• Carpet strips to place
under drive wheels for
traction.
• Shovel and pet litter
which, when spread under
the wheels, improves traction.
Boots, ice scraper and
brush, flares and reflectors,
jumper cables, tool kit,
flashlight, first aid kit, candy
bars and a blanket also
should be part of the kit.
If stranded, motorists
should stay with the car
rather than risk exposure
walking for help, Tellier said.

FREE Antenna
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$525.00

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*Offer expires 1/31/90. Two for one offer applies
to car mount and transportable functions.

We Feature Ameritech
Cellular Service.

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WINTER HAT

SHERM FREUND
MEL STERNFELD'S

Made In Motown?

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Offer Expires 2/3/90

With any brakes, exhaust or
shock/suspension purchase.

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Stay warm this winter with a
FREE ski hat from Tuffy.

Service
Centers

Nearly one-third of all cars
owned by Jewish News readers
are manufactured by companies
based overseas.

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Source: 1988 Scarborough-Jewish News Study

Offer good while supplies last
at partici atin• locations.

We Do It Right.
We Do It Right Away.

1001 Lifetime BRAKES
Warranty

Southfield
Telegraph Rd. N; of 9 Mile
355.0800
Walled lake
Maple Rd., Cor, of Pontiac Trail
624.4440
Redford
W. 8 Mile, Cor. of Beech Daly
532.3500

s 795*

• Turn drums & rotors
• Check calipers, hoses
& seals
• Check master cylinder.
• Repack non-drive
wheel bearings
• Test drIVEI car

At These Locations:

(Front Or Rear)

'Semi-metallic pads extra.

Offer Expires 2/3/90

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1990

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From Converter Back

EXHAUST SYSTEM

$7995 *

Complete Top Quality. - Lifetime" Werranteed Tufty Muffler.
exhaust pipe & tail pipe are included in this
special price package too

'Good On Most American & Foreign Cars

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Offer Expires 2/3/90

A Ford In Their Future?

One-quarter of all cars owned
by Jewish News readers are
manufactured by the Ford Motor Co.

Source: 1988 Scarborough-Jewish News Study

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Most Cars

Otter Not Valid With Other Discounts Or Specials.

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To Get Going
When It's Snowing

Getting stuck in the snow
often means "no go" for many
motorists, but there are ways
to get rolling this winter.
To get started, clear a path
several feet in front of the
wheels by driving forward
and backward. If snow is too
deep, use a shovel to create a
path.
With the wheels pointed
straight to minimize
resistance, shift into gear,
gently press the accelerator
and ease forward without
spinning the wheels. Spinn-
ing wheels dig deeper ruts.
Stop and let tires cool if
wheels spin.
For additional traction,
place carpet strips, cat litter
or other abrasive material in
front and behind the drive
wheels. Don't let anyone
stand directly in line with the
tires because objects thrown
by spinning wheels may
cause injury.
For a vehicle that remains
stuck, attempt to rock it out of
the rut. But check your own-
er's manual first to see if the
procedure is recommended.

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