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June 29, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-29

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7.9%

APR ON
SELECTED
VEHICLES

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NEW '90 CEO METRO XFI

2-81.11.8.

P145/80R12 ALS S-E1 racial tires, front and rear mats,
sport mirmrs, 1.01 TE8 L3 engine, 5•speed manual trans. St k. #
4354.
Se Wee o the gotten. Number one
This wEi mveNcle
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WEEK ONLY



33 Al Simi lar Swi nge!

Up to $4000 Rebate

NEW '90 2-01.
CAVALIER
VL
COUPE

Cloth bucket seats, 2.21. ER 1.--4 encine, P185/80813 tires, 5-speed trans., me
tilt pint and more. Stk. 1 14246.

WAS
LEADERSHIP DRIVE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$8514
$750

1st Time Buyer

$6825 *$6475*

43 At Similar Savings

-

NEW '90 BERETTA

s

$12 667

slam

THIS WEEK ONLY

NEW '90 GEO STORM 2+2

SPORT COUPE

1.61 SOHO L4 MPF1 engine P185/651 14 steel belt tires and more. Stock I
4046.

$10,705
$800
1 st Time Buyer

WAS
LEADERSHIP DRIVE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$8825* 8225*

13 At Similar Savings

2-OR COU PE
Cloth buckets, eec: r wind. def. 2.2L ER L4 mg., auto., P19570815 ALS Sib
rad. BAY, air elec. speed control yr/resume. tilt. inter wipers, floor rnatS, map
limps w/consolette and more. St k. #3203.

LEADERSHIP DRIVE

1st Time Buyer

$5795* $5195*

DON
----. — `

1st Time Buyer

$9750* $9150*

NEW '90 PRIZM

4- 01. SEDAN
P175/701113 ALS S/B radials. M A mats, 1.5. AC Lr mg.. 5spd. man. trans,
cloth Oudot, p.s., arnilm stereo w/seek & scan.. *dal Galt full whi. cams
sport rnirrors. Stk. #3897.

611 , 068
$ 900
let Time Buyer

S
WA
LE / DERSHIP DRIVE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$9225* $8625*

38 At Similar Savings!

25 At Similar Savin s

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NEW '90
CORSICA LT
41-DN. SEDAN

(lath bUCIMIS. E ivind.

dd., a$ 2L
2. Eft L4 erg.. auto., P185/758 S/8 radial
tires, t-gbss, inter wipers floor mats, map lam wirrof console and more
s& 14305.

WAS
LEADERSHIP DRIVE

$11,652
$700

THIS WEEK ONLY

1st. Time buyer

$9525* $89257

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NEW '90 TRACKER
CONVERTIBLE

5 spd. manual trans. w/overdrive, spare tire cover, am/Im stereo

clock.
WAS
LEADERSHIP PRICE
NOW

$11,330
$1000
1ST TIME BUYER

$9658 $9058

Over 26 In Stock At Similar Savings

17 At Similar Savings

NEW TRUCKS

NEW '90 WMINA APV

Deep tint, 3.1 EFi V-6, auto., CL trim, AM/FM cass., pea
wind. and locks, cruxw control, remote sport mirrors, front
and rr. floor mats, 21one paint and more. Stk. #3913X.

WAS
FACTORY REBATE
THIS WEEK ONLY

'17,385

—900

$149474*

5 Pim. dui) Ik. fur hat. MO •$ ER. 4 spd. suldod, ac, pvi, p1.
buckets, tie, ad*, mien can siclock. act. Mina A reif steak

WAS

FACTORY REBATE
$ THIS WEEK

ONLY

16,836

20 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 WORK TRUCK

112

NEW '90 BEAUVILLE
WINDOW VAN

MN PICK-UP

*

n.

$20,490
$700

NEW '90 STARCRAFT
CONVERSION VAN

4.3 V-6, 160 H.R, 5 sod., manual old, MAMA radio, clock, p.s., p.b.,
P235/75R15 surd belled read tires, K0.chassis, Hisshocks,
large mirrors, cloth seal, painted mar step bumper and more. 54k. I

350 V8 ER, auto. trans. w/overdrive44 pm. wind. & locks, tilt,
cruise, bided chassis, 4 captain chairs, fold down sob, color IV,

WAS

WAS
FACTORY REBATE
THIS WEEK ONLY

3693.

FACTORY REBATE

MIS WEEK ONLY

$984

$11,854
MO

, *

custom table and more. St./542.

$24,833
$700

$18,129*

'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 a rebate on select models.
Based on approved credit. Prices expire July 9, 1990. "Corvettes Only.

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Dealer

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MEDIUM DUTY
TRUCK CENTER

28111 TELEGRAPH
AT 12 MILE & 1-696
SOUTHFIELD

355-1000

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FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1990

the Jewish community."
Many Jewish leaders
criticized Rabbi Weiss' pro-
test.
Seymour Reich, chairman
of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American
Jewish Organizations,
Diane Steinman, director of
the New York Chapter of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee, and anti-Defamation
League Director Abraham
Foxman each called Rabbi
Weiss' demonstration inap-
propriate.
Despite the protest, Rabbi
Weiss said he will continue
to protest.
"If we don't speak out,
we're strengthening, not
weakening, their hands," he
said. "When I stood out
there (to protest), it was with
great angst, but pride as a
Jew. I cannot be silent or de-
ceive myself."
In a speech this week to
the joint session of Congress,
Mandela spoke about de-
veloping Africa with busi-
ness opportunities, omitting
previous references to
Arafat, Qaddafi and Cuban
leader Fidel Castro.
"I was very glad he left out
any references" to the three,
said Sen. Arlen Specter,
R-Pa. "I thought it was a
very impressive speech. I
think it is very important
that we express our dis-
agreements as well as our
agreements with Mr.
Mandela.
"I think there is much op-
position in this country on
his remarks about Qaddafi,
Arafat and Castro," Specter
said. "After all, the United
States took military action
against Qaddafi because he
blew up a discotheque in
East Berlin, wounding many
of our military personnel
and murdering one of our
soldiers.
"There are very deep feel-
ings in this country against
Arafat .because he and the
PLO are responsible for the
murder of our ambassador to
the Sudan in 1974 and the
murder of Leon Klinghoffer
in the hijacking of the
Achille Lauro in 1985."
Michigan Rep. Howard
Wolpe, who chairs the House
Africa subcommittee, said
he did not want to be too
critical of Mandela. But he
said Mandela was taking a
risk by showing support for
those who have not cham-
pioned the fight against
apartheid.
Together with Randall
Robinson, head of the pro-
ANC lobbying group Tran-
sAfrica, Wolpe in 1986 led
the fight in Congress to es-
tablish U.S. sanctions
against South Africa.

"I am obviously disap-
pointed about his support for
Arafat and find his support
of Qaddafi outrageous," said
Sen. Howard Metzenbaum,
D-Ohio. Although Metzen-
baum doesn't agree with
these positions of Mandela,
he said the ANC leader still
is viewed a national hero.
Local and national Jewish
groups say they are upset by
Mandela's remarks, but ad-

Rabbi Alexander Schindler:
"Mandela is just and holy"

mire and support his fight
against apartheid.
"While we are disap-
pointed that Mr. Mandela
has noted his camaraderie
with three individuals who
personify neither non-
violence nor democracy, Mr.
Arafat and Mr. Qaddafi and
Mr. Castro, we nevertheless
support his mission to guar-
antee political and civil
rights to all South
Africans," said Jewish
Community Council Presi-
dent Paul D. Borman.
Because of time con-
straints, Mandela did not
meet with Jewish Commun-
ity Council representatives
during his visit to Detroit.
Union of American Heb-
rew Congregations Senior
Vice President Albert
Vorspan called Mandela's
statements of support for the
PLO "disappointing," while
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Organiza-
tions Chairman Reich said
he "takes issue" with
Mandela's remarks about
the PLO.
Other groups, like the New
York New Jewish Agenda
and the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations,
welcomed Mandela without
reservation. New Jewish
Agenda, along with other
members of the Jews for
Racial and Economic Justice
coalition, joined in a
Shabbat service for Mandela
before his visit last week to
New York.

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