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March 23, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-23

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I LETTERS I

March
SELL-A-BRATION °

400

% • ec o

OVER 500
CARS &
TRUCKS

TO

tP

NEW '90 GEO METRO XFI

2-DR. N.B.

P145/80R12 ALS S-B/radial tires, front and rear mats,
sport mirrors, 1.0L TBI L3 engine, 5-speed manual
trans. Stk. #4238

58 Mlles to the gallon. Neither one
village vehicle for 2 years Manila,.
THIS WEEK ONLY

. $5395
$5995
CHOOSE FROM

1st Time buyer

*

23 At Similar Savings!

NEW '90 CAVALIER VL

2-DR. CPE.
Cloth bucket seats, 2.2L EFI L4 engine,
P185/80R13 tires, 5-speed trans., metallic

paint and more. Stk. #4255

$8514
WAS

TAKE THE LEAD REBATE $1000
THIS WEEK ONLY

NEW '90 GEO STORM 2 + 2

SPORT CPE.

1.6L SOHC L4 MPFI engine, P185/60R 14

steel belt tires and more. Stock #4044.

$10,705
WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE...$800
THIS WEEK ONLY

1st Time Buyer

1st Time Buyer

$6825* $6225* $8825* $8225*

27 At Similar Savings

34 At Similar Savings!

NEW '90 BERETTA

NEW '90 PRIZM

Cloth buckets, elec. r. wind. def., 2.2L EFI L4 eng.,
auto., P195/70R15 ALS S/B rad. B/W, air, elec. speed
control w/resume, tilt, inter. wipers, floor mats, map
lamps w/consolette and more. Stk. #3203.

P175/70R13 ALS S/B radials, frt./r. mats, 1.6L MR L4
eng., 5-spd. man. trans., cloth buckets, p.s., AM/FM
stereo w/seek & scan., digital clock, full whl. covers,
sport mirrors. Stk. #3800.

$12,667
WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE.$1200
THIS WEEK ONLY

$11,068
WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATEM 000
THIS WEEK ONLY

2-DR. COUPE

4-DR. SEDAN

1st Time Buyer

1st Time Buyer

$9950* $9350* $9125* $8525*

46 At Similar Savings •

36 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 CORSICA LT

NEW '90 TRACKER CONV.

4-DR. SEDAN

Cloth buckets, r. wind. def., air, 2.2L EFI L4 eng., auto.,
P185/75R S/B radial tires, t-glass, inter. wipers, floor
mats, map lamps w/roof console and more. Stk. #4241

$11,652
WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE.$1200
THIS WEEK ONLY
1st Time Buyer

$9025* $8425*

28 At Similar Savings

Air, man. trans., floor mats,
spare tire carrier, AM/FM
cass. w/clock, cloth interior
and more. Stk. #4250X
$12,192
WAS

THIS WEEK ONLY

$101505*

1ST DE ROYER RAKE FOR ADDITIONAL $600 OFFI

NEW TRUCKS

NEW '90 LUMINA APV

Deep tint, 3.1 EFI V6, auto, tilt, rr.
defog., AM/FM cass., pwr. wind. and
locks, cruise control, remote sport
mirrors, front and rr. floor mats, and
more. Stk. #4082

$17,320

WAS

NEW '90 CONVERSION VAN

350 V8 EFI, auto trans. w/overdrive,
air, pwr. wind. and locks, tilt, cruise,
loaded chassis, 4 captain chairs, fold
down sofa, color TV, custom table
and more Stk. #3788

WAS
FACTORY REBATE

$24,833
$750

THIS WEEK ONLY

THIS WEEK ONLY

$15 239*

$17,407*

*Just add tax, title, dest. All rebates and dealer incentives included where applicable. Dealer participation may affect consumer cost. First
Time Buyer deducted from price where applicable to qualified buyers. Ad prices expire 3/30/90.
6.9% for up to 48 months in lieu of rebate on select models. Based on approved credit.



GAO

Dealer

1 -

/ CHEVROLET

MEDIUM DUTY
TRUCK CENTER

28111 TELEGRAPH
AT 12 MILE & 1-696
SOUTHFIELD

355-1000

10

FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1990

Continued from Page 6

daughters marry within their
faith. To the contrary, I have
observed that many children
intermarry to rebel against
the overbearing social and
emotional pressures parents
place on their children (from
as early as 11, 12 or 13 years
old) to marry "Jewish,"
pressures they receive at a
time when they are focused
on developing their in-
dividuality and separation
from parental control and at
a time when they aren't even
ready to think about
marriage.
The fear of constant parent-
child battles over marriage
has led many Jewish children
to decide not to marry at all,
to avoid conflict or to just date
gentiles (who are "safe" since
the child thinks this will not
lead to marriage). Fortunate-
ly, this "safe" interfaith
dating usually does not
become a problem (i.e. perma-
nent) leading to marriage,
unless parents make too
much fuss about it.
Parents need to back off and
instead, set a good example of
a happy Jewish marriage by
having a healthy marital
balance in their own mar-
riage, and by showing respect
for their children's choices.
We need to trust that kids
want to do the right things
and will eventually be ready
to marry Jewish. But this will
never happen if we don't treat
their feelings and relation-
ships with respect while they
are testing limits.

Elizabeth Allweiss
Southfield

Mubarak Awad:
A Magician

A mirage from the Arabian
desert appeared at the Birm-
ingham Temple. That was
Mubarak Awad, the great
non-violence caricature.
He played a good magician
by providing illusory acts,
putting down the entire
Jewish people and his Jewish
benefactors who support the
Arab stone and bomb
throwers by bashing Israel
and funding Arab projects.
Little he cares for the Jews
who weep for the so-called
poor Palestinians. He should
blame the Arab countries
that objected to Israel's will-
ingness to construct homes
for Arabs living in the Gaza
camps.
Awad realizes a quiet
climate here and in Israel, so
he became Mapsut, Arabic for
satisfied. As The Jewish
News headline indicates,
"Awad Pleased With In-
tifada." (March 2).
"The Israelis are doing to
us exactly what the Germans
did to you," he said. Conve-

niently, Awad would talk
against Israel and the Jewish
people, but avoided to men-
tion what the Arabs did to
Jews before the rebirth of
Israel.
If it was not for the slow
reaction and the benevolence
of Israel, the Intifada could
not have continued. Any Arab
country would not behave as
Israel, case in point: Syrians
killed more than 20,000 in
Hama in a short time.
Timidity of 50 years ago
should not be repeated and
then beat on the breasts say-
ing we sinned.
ZACHOR — REMEMBER
— what the Amalekites and
Hamans did in the past and
are still doing now.

Shlomo Micznik
Southfield

ZOA Responds
To Bush, Baker

The recent statements by
President George Bush and
Secretary James Baker with
regard to Jerusalem and the
implied conditions set by the
administration on American
humanitarian aid for Soviet
Jews now arriving in Israel
have aroused considerable
misgivings and apprehen-
sions in Israel and within the
American Jewish community.
The following letter to
President Bush, which
reflects the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America's reaction to
the administration's state-
ments, is, I believe, of
significance to the communi-
ty at large:
Dear Mr. President:
It is because we respect you
as a leader and share your vi-
sion of a "gentler," more com-
passionate America, that we
are impelled to take exception
to your recent admonition to
Israel to cease and desist from
settling Soviet Jews in the
West Bank, including East
Jerusalem.
Whatever the outcome of
the peace process, Palestinian
Arabs will undoubtedly con-
tinue to live within the
borders of Israel — as they do
now — and Jews will continue
to live in Judea, Samaria and
Gaza, including East
Jerusalem, regardless of the
final disposition of the
territories.

The notion that Soviet Jews
seeking freedom as well as
freedom of choice will be bar-
red from settling anywhere in
Jerusalem, the one and in-
divisible capital of Israel, is
an anomaly the people of
Israel cannot possibly ac-
quiesce in.

Rabbi M. Robert Syme
Dr. Leon H. Warshay
Zionist Organization of America"

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