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July 06, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-06

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Teens Renovate

Continued from Page 1

7.9%
APR ON
SELECTED
VEHICLES

3.

GC

NEW CARS

NEW '90 GEO METRO XFI

2-DL ILL

P145/80812 ALS s-8 radimi tires, front and near mats,
sport minors, 1.01 TBI L3 engine, 5-speed manual bans. Stk. I
4354.
56 Mlles to the gelksii.- Number one
for Years
PDS WEEK
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1 st Time Buyer

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$5795* $5195

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33 At Semler, Savings!

Up to $4000 Rebate

NEW '90 GEO STORM 2+2

NEW '90 2-0R.
CAVALIER
VI
COUPE

SPORT COUPE

Cloth bidet seats, 2.21. ER 1-4 engine. P185/801113 tires. 5-speed trans.. me-
talc pent and more. Stk. #4246.


WAS
LEADERSHIP DRIVE
THIS WEEK ONLY

.

1.6L SOHC L4 MK! engine. P1115/6011 14 steel ben tires and more Stock #
1046.

$8514
$750

WAS
LEADERSHIP DRIVE
THIS WEEK ONLY

1 st Time Buyer

$6825 * $6475 *

-

$10,705
$800

1 st Time Buyer

$8825 . 8225 *

43 At Similar Savings

13 At Similar Savings

NEW '90
BERETTA .
2-01. COUPE

NEW 4-DIL
'90 SEDAN
PRIZM

Oath boclets. Net r wind. def. 22L ER 14 erg.. auto:. P195/70315 ALS Stb
rad. B/W, ait elec. speed control w/resume. Wt. inter wipers, floor mats, map
Wrim• wlconsolette and more. Stk. 03203.

P175/70813 ALS S/B radials, litir. mats. 1.6L MFI Lr eng., 5-spd. man. trans.
cloth buckets, p.s.. am/1m stereo sr/seek 6 scan.. digital clock, full wit corers.
sport mirrors. Stk.- 03897.

LEADERSHIP DRIVE

LEADERSHIP DRIVE
THIS WEEK ONLY

WAS

$12 667

WAS

$4400

1st Time Buyer

THIS WEEK ONLY

S11,068

-
$900
1st Time Buyer

$9750 - $9150 *

-$9225 - $8625 *

25 At Similar Savings

38 At Similar Savings!

NEW '90 4-DN. CORSICA
LT
SEDAN

NEW '90 TRACKER
CONVERTIBLE

Clothbuckets, r. wind. dd.,air. 2.2L ER 14 ere_ auto., P185/758 S/8 racial
Eris, t•gtass, inter. wipers floor mats, map turps w/roof console and more.
Stk. #4305.

WAS
LEADERSHIP DRIVE

$700

THIS WEEK ONLY

$11,330

LEA DERSHIP PRICE
NOW

*

1st. Time buyer

$9525* $8925

.

5 spd. manual trans. w/cwerdrhe, spare tire covet arrVtm stereo
clock.

$11,652

S1000

1ST TIME BUYER

$9658 $9058

of

Over 26 In Stock At Similar Savings

17 At Similar Savings

NEW TRUCKS
.

NEW '90 LUMINA APV

Deeptint, 3.1 EFI V-6, auto., CL trim, AM/FM cass., pwr.
wind. and locks, cruiw. control, remote sport mirrors, front

and rr. floor mats, 2 tone paint and more. Stk.

WAS
FACTORY REBATE
THIS WEEK ONLY

mac

'17,385

$149474*

—900

,

NEW '90 BEAUVILLE
WINDOW VAN

5 Pm. deg ire, rear heat, 350 V• ER, 4 md. artiod, ac, pm, pi. rm.
birdies, tit, auk*, anV1rn ass Max& aix. Wing & ray *Ink

$20,490
$700

WAS
FACTORY REBATE

$ THIS WEEK ONLY

16,836*

20 At Similar Savings

NEW '90 WORK TRUCK

NEW.'90 STARCRAFT

4.3 V-6, 160 H.P.. 5 spd., manual o/d. AMFM radio, clock, p.s., p.b.,
P235/75815 Meet belted radial tires, H.D. chassis, H.a shocks,
large
ors, cloth seat, painted rear step bumper and more. Stk. 0
3693 .

350 V8 ER, auto. trans. w/overdrie, aic ow. vend. & iocis. tilt,
loachx 1 chassis, 4 captain dues, foid down sofa, color TV,
cruise, m table and mon. SM. 1454.

42 TON PICK-UP

WAS
FACTORY REBATE

THIS WEEK ONLY

$11,854
$500

$

9845 *

CONVERSION VAN

WAS
FACTORY REBATE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$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.

Geo Dealer

/CHEVROLET

MEDIUM DUTY
TRUCK CENTER

28111 TELEGRAPH
AT 12 MILE & 1-696
SOUTHFIELD

355-1000

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change her plans for a little
bit of altruism.
Palmer is one of 13
youngsters heading to
Detroit this week for a
seven-week project with the
New York-based AJSS,
which since 1950 has
recruited youngsters from
around the country to vol-
unteer at work-camp sites
throughout the United
States and Israel.
The Society, which con-
ducts two or three voluntary
work service camps each
summer, selects projects,
recruits and screens the
teens.
"I wanted to do something
with a purpose," Palmer
said. "This was the perfect
thing."
In Detroit, the teens will
help revitalize the Mack-
Outer Drive area for the
Neighborhood East Area
Residents Community
Organization, a non-proift
community group created in
1976 to rehabilitate a de-
teriorating neighborhood.
Detroit is one of two cities
hosting AJSS students from
New York, Pennsylvania,
Connecticut, New Jersey,
Maryland and Florida. A se-
cond group of teens will join
a work program in
Delaware.
As the host organization,
NEAR will supply housing,
technical supervision, tools,
building materials and
transportation in the Detroit
area. Assisting NEAR are
the Jewish Community
Council and the Catholic
Youth Organization.
Participants pay for their
own transportation and con-
tribute $1,000 to help defray
costs of food, housing and
extracurricular activities.
"Volunteers are a precious
commodity, but when young
people pay for the experience
and put their beliefs into ac-
tion to help others, it is truly
special," said Michael
Chateau, the volunteer chief
executive officer for NEAR.
NEAR has tackled several
projects in the last two
years. Among them were
Operation Crack Down,
which increased community
awareness of substance
abuse while mobilizing vol-
unteers to effectively close
down crack houses; Auto
Theft Prevention, which
provided a comprehensive
public awareness and repor-
ting approach for the issue;
and Crime Prevention Pro-
ject, that provided informa-
tion to people at the grass-
roots level, involving them
in such self-help programs
like Neighborhood Watch.
- In the past, work camp
volunteers have constructed

additional facilities at an
interracial camp for under-
privileged children, erected
homes in a self-help housing
project, built classrooms for
an outdoor educational
center and constructed an
overnight shelter in a state
forest.
The out-of-state volunteers
will work with NEAR five
days a week, when they will
rehabilitate a house found in
a 192-block area comprising
6,500 homes and businesses
on Detroit's east side. They
also will clear the ground to
construct two softball
diamonds.
Estimates show that near-
ly 60 percent of the area is
black, 20 percent is below
poverty level and 15 percent
of its adult population is
unemployed.
Homes are priced between
$2,000 and $50,000.
"I spend a lot of time
worrying all-year round

'Volunteers are a
precious
commodity, but
when young
people pay for the
experience and
put their beliefs
into action to help
others, it is truly
special.
Michael Chateau

about my grades and my
problems. I have so much
time in the summer that I
think I should spend it doing
something for someone
else," said Jessica Godoff, a
Chevy Chase, Md., teen who
will spend the summer in
Detroit for the program.
The youngsters will be
housed in an old Lutheran
school in Detroit, where they
will eat, sleep, hear speakers
and participate in educa-
tional and religious pro-
grams.
In addition, they will
prepare Shabbat services,
tour the Detroit area and
travel on some weekends to
nearby cities like Toronto.
AJSS camp directors Mar-
ty and Rochelle Kopelowitz,
both New York educators,
have volunteered their
summers with the program
for 18 years. They will work
with the youngsters in
Detroit.
"It is just a passion we
have," Marty Kopelowitz
said. "The response from the
Jewish community is
outstanding. We want the
children to understand that
this is the Jewish concept of
tzedakah."



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