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April 06, 1990 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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LETTERS

Letters

Continued from Page 6

OVER 500
CARS & TRUCKS
TO CHOOSE
FROM

NE

'90

W
2-DR . H.B.

GEO

METRO

XFI

P145/R12
80
ALS S-8 radial tires, front and rear
mats, sport mirrors, 1.0L TBI L3 engine, 5-speed manual trans. Stk.
#4238.

58 Miles to the gallon. Number one
millage vehicle for 2 years standing.

THIS WEEK ONLY

$5995* $5395 *

1st Time Buyer

23 At Similar Savings!

NEW '90 CAVALIER VL

NEW '90 GEO STORM 2+2

Cloth bucket seats, 2.2L ER L---4 engine, P185/80R13 tires,
5-speed trans., metallic paint and more. Stk. #4246.

1.6L SOHO L4 MPFI engine, P185/60R 14 steel belt tires
and more. Stock #4044.

2-DR. COUPE

SPORT COUPE

WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE

$8514
$1000

WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE

$10,705
$800

THIS WEEK ONLY

1st Time Buyer

THIS WEEK ONLY

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., P195/70$15
ALS S/B rad. FM, air, elec. speed control w/resume, tilt, inter. wip-
ers, floor mats, map lamps w/consolette and more. Stk. #3203.

P175/701113 ALS S/B radials, Mir. mats, 1.6L MFI Lr eng., 5-spd.
man. trans., cloth buckets, p.s., am/fm stereo w/seek & scan., digital
clock, full whl. covers, sport mirrors. Stk. #3800.

2-DR. COUPE

WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE

$12,667
$1200

$9950* $9350 *

THIS WEEK ONLY

1st Time Buyer

4-DR. SEDAN

WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE

$11,068
$1000

THIS WEEK ONLY

1st Time Buyer

36 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 CORSICA LT

NEW '90 TRACKER
CONVERTIBLE

4- DR. SEDAN

WAS
TAKE THE LEAD REBATE

$11 ,652
$1200

WAS

$10 505*

$12,192

THIS WEEK ONLY

1st. Time buyer

1ST TIME BUYER EUGIZE FOR ADDITIONAL $600 OFF!

28 At Similar Savings

NEW '91 S-10 PICK-UP

5 spd. man. O.D. trans., 2.5L ER eng., steel belted radial
tires, rr, anti-lock brakes and more. Stk. #7024X.

WAS
FACTORY REBATE

$8395
$500

NEW '90 LUMINA APV

WAS

$17,385
THIS WEEK ONLY

$7210*

$15 239*

NEW '90 CONVERSION VAN

NEW '90 WORK TRUCK

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

$24,833
$750

7407*

THIS WEEK ONLY

$17



Deep tint, 3.1 EFI V-6, auto., CL trim, AM/FM cass., pwr.
wind. and locks, cruise control, remote sport mirrors, front
and rr. floor mats, 2 tone paint and more..Stk. #3913X.

THIS WEEK ONLY

WAS
FACOTRY REBATE

Do Bush Comments
Signal A Change?

Air, man. trans., floor mats, spare tire caner, AM/FM cass.,
w/clock, cloth interior and more. Stk. #4250X.

$9025* $8425 *

THIS WEEK ONLY

Hymie Cutler
Director, Michigan
Committee for a Safe Israel

$9125* $8525 *

46 At Similar Savings

00th buckets, r. wind. def., air, 2.2L EFI L4 eng., auto., P185/7513 S/
B radial tires, t-gtass, inter. wipers, floor mats, map lamps w/roof con-
sole and more. Stk. #4241.

to destroy the land of our
fathers.
The Bush people gave the
PLO a clean bill of health -
making them lawfully accep-
table - by staging a reading
by PLO leader Yassir Arafat
of an American-prepared
statement saying the PLO op-
poses terrorism and accepts
the right of Israel to exist.
With those magic words, the
PLO's slaughter of tens of
thousands of innocent people
was completely forgiven. Not
only that, but the PLO is to
be rewarded for those words
by being given the territory
captured by Israel in the 1967
war. That is the goal of the ad-
ministration's " peace-
process."
The Bush administration is
blatantly and outrageously
lying - betraying Israel to its
enemies. And most of our
Jewish community leaders
are letting them get away
with those lies.
We Jews are our own worst
enemy!

TON PICK-UP

112
4.3 V-6, 160 H.P., auto., AM radio, p.s., p.b., P235/75R15
steel belted radial tires, H.D. chassis, H.D. shocks, large mir-
rors, cloth seat and more. Stk. #4028X.

WAS
FACTORY REBATE

THIS WEEK ONLY

$9686*

$11,965
$750

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 4/13/90.
- 6.9% for up to 48 months in lieu of rebate on select models. Based on approved credit

28111 TELEGRAPH
AT 12 MILE & 1-696
SOUTHFIELD

10

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1990

In addition to some of the
concerns about President
George Bush's administra-
tion's recent pronouncements
concerning the "stalemate in
Jerusalem," I'd like to em-
phasize the following: The
President's statement that
there should be no "new set-
tlements in the West Bank or
in East Jerusalem" is a con-
tradiction to the long-
standing American policy
that the final status of
Jerusalem is to be determin-
ed by negotiation and that
there should be no return to
the 1967 borders. A U.S.
policy opposing settlements
in Jerusalem never existed
per se. No previous President
has declared opposition to
Jews residing in any parts of
Jerusalem.
The subsequent "clarifica-
tion" by the President did not
allay our concern. It did not
relieve us of the feeling that
his comments reflected, or
were leading to, a change of
policy. The Jewish communi-
ty is and should be united in
our rejection of such a change
and in our concern to its im-
plications. And we should let
our President know that East
Jerusalem is a part of Israel
and not of the West Bank,
that Soviet Jews can settle
wherever they wish in Israel
(so far only about 1 percent
has chosen to settle in East
Jerusalem, and hardly any
evidence exists that more will

settle there) and that Israel
"can have confidence in its
most reliable ally and friend."
For Israel to "take risks for
peace," the President and his
administration must reassure
the Israelis and the American
Jewish community that
Israel's security will not be
jeopardized and its rights will
not be usurped.

Louis Panush
Southfield

Project Achim
Is Mobilizing

Thank you for the coverage
that our Project Achim has
received in your newspaper.
We are very proud that the
community as a whole has
been able to mobilize together
to assist our new neighbors
into the community. It is our
privilege to be a part of that
effort.
Inadvertently, Akiva and
NCSY, two of our member
agencies of the Achim project
were left out of the advertise-
ment we ran in The Jewish
News last week. Both groups
are working hard toward our
goal of welcoming the new
families and are very much a
part of our mutual efforts.

Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg
Chairman, Project Achim

I LOCAL NEWS I'm"

Lubavitch Hosts
Soviet Seder

Lubavitch of Michigan will
host Russian immigrants at a
model seder at 12:30 p.m.
April 8 at Congregation
Dovid Ben Nuchim. The seder
will be led by Rabbi
Elimelech Silberberg.
Reservations for the com-
munal seders for Russian im-
migrants sponsored by the
Chabad can be made by call-
ing Mrs. Tzril Druk,
548-4950.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
of Bais Chabad Torah Center
will deliver a lecture on "The
Laws of Chol Hamoed" at the
Ann Arbor Chabad House, 4
p.m. April 8.

Simcha Hosts
Passover Seder

Simcha, a supportive
organization for gay and les-
bian Jews, will sponsor a
Passover seder 1:45 p.m. April
8. A sitdown, catered dinner
will be served.
There will be no charge for
persons with AIDS or recent
Jewish lesbian and gay Soviet
immigrants who wish to at-
tend. For information, call
Simcha's 24 hour hotline,
353-8025.

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