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May 25, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-25

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UP FRONT

Killings

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Cloth bucket seats. 2.2L EFI L-4 engine. P185/801113 tires. 5-speed trans., me-
[attic paint and more. Stk. #4246.

$8514
$750

THIS WEEK ONLY

$1400

1st Time Buyer

$11,652

$700

THIS WEEK ONLY

$9525- $8925 *

1st. Time buyer

NEW '90 LUMINA APV

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Deep tint, 31 ER V-6, auto., CL trim, AM/FM sass., pwr.
wind. and locks, cruise control, remote sport mirrors, front
and it floor mats, 2 tone paint and more. Stk. #3913X.

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WAS
FACTORY REBATE
THIS WEEK ONLY

17,385
—900

$14,474*

NEW '90 WORK TRUCK

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4.3 V-6, 160 H.P., 5 sod., manual o/d, AIM/FM radio, clock, p.s., p.b.,
P235/75815 steel belted radial tires, H.D. chassis, H.D. shocks,
large mirrors, cloth seat, painted rear step bumper and more. Stk. #
3693.

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FACTORY REBATE

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THIS WEEK ONLY

$11,854
$500

$ 9E145*

WAS
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THIS WEEK ONLY

811,068
$900
1st Time Buyer

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NEW '90 BEAUVILLE
WINDOW VAN.

5 pass., deep tint, rear beat, 350 V-8 EFI. 4 spd auto/od, ac. p.w.. p.I., rec.
buckets, tilt. cruise. am/fm cars. w/clock, ass. lighting 8 rally wheels. .

WAS
FACTORY REBATE
THIS WEEK ONLY

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$167 836*

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NEW '91 S-W PICK-UP

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

WAS
FACTORY REBATE

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$8395
$1000

THIS WEEK ONLY1st Time Buyer

$6710* $6110.

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NEW '90 STARCRAFT
CONVERSION VAN

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. #4542.

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FACTORY REBATE
THISWEEK ONLY

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$24,833
$700

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More than 100 people were
hospitalized after the
soldiers fired tear gas at the
crowd.
This week, Jordanian
security forces killed at least
two Palestinians in an effort
to contain demonstrations of
support by Palestinian refu-
gees in the Bakaa refugee
camp in Jordan.
On Monday, a Palestinian
gunman crying vengeance
for the Arabs slain at Rishon
le-Zion inexplicably fired on
a bus in Amman, wounding
eight French tourists.
More than 7,000 Jorda-
nians took to the streets to
protest the killings in Israel.
There are hard-liners in
Israel, like Ariel Sharon,
who believe the Arab-Israeli
conflict can be solved by pro-
claiming Jordan a Palestin-
ian state, since most of its
population is of Palestinian
origin.
But most Israelis fear the
fall of Hussein would, in
fact, make matters much
worse for Israel. Jordan con-
ceivably could become a new
staging ground for terrorist
attacks against Israel.



Jewish Telegraphic Agency

War Vets To Rededicate
Renovated Machpelah

RICHARD PEARL

$20,490
—700

Just add tax, title, dest. All rebates and dealer incentives included where applicable. Dealer participation may affect customer cost. First
Time Buyer deducted from price where applicable to qualified buyers. 7.9% for up to 48 months in lieu of rebate on select models.
Based on approved credit. Prices Expire May 31, 1990.

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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 8 scan.. digital clock. full whl. covers,
sport mirrors. Stk. #3897.

34 At Similar Savings!

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LEADERSHIP DRIVE

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$10,705
$800

33 At Similar Savings

Cloth buckets, r. wind. def., air, 2.21 EFI L4 eng.. auto., P185/758 S/B radial
tires, t-glass, inter. wipers. floor mats, map lamps w/roof console and more.
Stk. #4305.

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WAS
LEADERSHIP DRIVE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$9225- $8625 *

NEW '90 4-DR. CORSICA
LT
SEDAN

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1.6L SOHC L4 MPFI engine. P185/608 14 steel belt tires and more. Stock #
4046.

$9750- $9150 *

1st Time Buyer

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SPORT COUPE

23 At Similar Savings!

LEADERSHIP DRIVE

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NEW '90 GEO STORM 2+2

52 At Similar Savings

NEW '90
BERETIA
2-DR. COUPE

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$5495 - $4895 *

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$8825* 8225*

Cloth buckets, elec. r. wind. def. 2.2L EFI L4 eng.. auto., P195/70515 ALS S/8
rad. B/W, air, elec. speed control w/resume, tilt. inter. wipers, floor mats, map
la mrw/consolette and more. Stk #3203.
$12 , 667

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P145/80R12 ALS S-B radial tires, front and rear mats,
sport mirrors, 1.0L TBI L3 engine, 5-speed manual trans. Stk. #
4354.
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$6825 *$6475 *

1st Time Buyer

THIS WEEK ONLY

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2-DR. H.B.

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NEW '90 2-DR.
CAVALIER
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COUPE

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LEADERSHIP DRIVE

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the reaction of Arab citizens
within Israel.
Ehud Ya'ari, co-author of
Intifada, a new best-seller
about the Palestinian upris-
ing, warned that Israel's
Arab population could be
swept into its own intifada,
"more dangerous and bloody
than what is happening in
the territories."
Shmuel Toledano, who was
Arab affairs adviser to the
prime minister from 1966 to
1977, said, "No one should
be surprised over what hap-
pened" in Israel's Arab
community.
"One should be more sur-
prised how Israel's Arabs
succeeded in two years (of
the intifada) to overcome
their emotions," he said.
"The murder in Rishon le-
Zion was the trigger which
brought out in the open feel-
ings of rage and bitterness
which had accumulated for
years," he said.
The events in Jordan were
also disturbing for Israeli of-
ficials.
Last week, Jordanian
soldiers halted a "peace
march" staged by Palestin-
ians near the Allenby
Bridge, which links Jordan
with the West Bank

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merican and Soviet
Jewish war veterans
will march together
Sunday in a rededication
ceremony honoring the Jew-
ish war dead at the recently
renovated Machpelah
Cemetery in Ferndale.
The May 27 Memorial Day
weekend ceremony will
feature a color guard leading
members of the Jewish War
Veterans of Michigan and its
Ladies Auxiliary into the
cemetery for the 11 a.m.
ceremony, which will in-
clude a military style gun
salute to the war dead.
Ely Katz, Michigan JWV
commander, and Cantor
Hyman Adler of Congrega-
tion B'nai David will lead
the service. Also par-
ticipating will be Milton
Klein, JWV national exec-
utive committee member
from Detroit, and Florence
Weber, Auxiliary president.
Soviet Jewish war veter-
ans have joined Michigan
JWV members at Memorial
Day ceremonies the past
couple of years, according to
Katz. This year's ceremony,
however, will follow the

Michigan JWV's first joint
Memorial Day celebration
with Soviet vets at JWV
headquarters the preceding
evening. "We hope more
Russian Jewish war veter-
ans will join us on Sunday,"
Katz said.
Machpelah has undergone
$20,000 in renovations since
1984, when construction
began on the new chapel
which officially opened last
fall, according to Paul
Saville, cemetery super-
intendent. The new struc-
ture includes the cemetery
office.
The chapel was built by
Royal Oppenheim, a son of
Machpelah founder David
Oppenheim, as a memorial
to his parents. It includes a
library of Jewish biblical
and history books which
overlooks a pond which
serves as a sanctuary for the
ducks living at the cemetery.
The pond is dedicated to
Royal Oppenheim's wife,
Elsa, who died last winter.
New landscaping has in-
cluded the addition of 600
pine trees and 15 Mount St.
Helen's trees which flower
with pink blossoms. The
trees are part of a five-year
plan begun this spring

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