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August 17, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-17

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LETTERS l'Im immimm"m"""

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER THE UNBEATABLE DEALER THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

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NEW '90 2-DR.
CAVALIER
VL
COUPE

Cloth bucket seats, 2.2t. EFI L-4 engine, P185/80913 tires, 5•speed trans.. me-
talk paint and more. Stk. #4831.

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$8514
$500

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NEW '90 GEO METRO XFI

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33 At Similar Savings!

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$5695* $5095 *

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$12,567
$1400

THIS WEEK ONLY

1st Time Buyer

NEW '90 GEO
STORM 2 + 2
SPORT COUPE

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$500
1 st Time Buyer

NEW 4-DR.
'90 SEDAN
PRIZM

P175/701113 ALS S/B radials, Irtic mats. 1.61. MR Lr enc., 5-spd. man. trans. ,
cloth buckets, p.s.. mom stereo wise,
*& scan.. dots clod ,. fa whi. emem
sport mirrors. Stk. #4959.

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THIS WEEK ONLY

$11,068
81500
1st Time Buyer

16 At Similar Savings

21 At Similar Swings

NEW '90
CORSICA LT
4-DR. SEDAN

NEW '90 TRACKER
CONVERTIBLE

Cloth buckets, r. wind. def., air, 2.2L EFI L4 eng., auto.. P185/7513 SIB radial tires.
t-glass, intec *pets, floor mats, map lamps w/root console and more. Stk. #
4649.

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LEADING EDGE

$11,652
$1000

THIS WEEK ONLY

5 spd. manual trans. w/overdrive,
spare tire cover, Stk. #4607.

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$11,028
$1000
1ST TIME BUYER

$9225- $8625- $9394 $8794*

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$10,705

LEADING EDGE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$9750* $9150* . $.8625* $8025*

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1.6L SOHC L4 MPFI engine, P185/60R 14 steel belt tires and more.
Stock #5262X.

NEW '90
BERETTA
2-DR. COUPE

Cloth buckets. elec. c wind. def. 2.2L EF1 L4 eng., auto., P195/70815 ALS SIB rad.
Et/W, sit elec. speed control Winsome. tilt, inter wipers. floor mats, map lamps
w/consolette and more. Stk. #5302.

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P145/80812 ALS S-13 radial tires, front and rear mats,
sport mirrors, 1.0L TBI L3 engine, 5-speed manual trans.
Stk. #4951
58 Mlles to the gallon. Number one
mIllage vehicle for 2 years standing.
THIS WEEK ONLY
1st Time Buyer

19 At Similar Savings

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$7075* $6725 * $9125* 8525 .

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S-10 PICK-UP

'90 LUMINA APV

2.5 liter EFI engine, 5 spd. manual trans. with overdrive. Stk. #7124X.
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FACTORY REBATE
$1000
BUY NOW .
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Deep tint, rear defogger, 3.1 V-6, six passenger,
garoup 2 security system.DEMO. Stk. #3605.

LIST $17,320
THIS WEEK ONLY

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$13,500*

NEW '90 STARCRAFT
CONVERSION VAN

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454 SS PICK-UP

305 EFI V-8, auto., overdrive, a/c.. p.1., p.w., tilt, cruise, stereo cassette,
33 gallon fuel tank. Stk. #4884.

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participation may affect consumer 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 Sept. 26, 1990.

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not just an academic quibbl-
ing but is significant. Rashi
(who quotes Rabbi Yitshok) is
asking a rhetorical question,
not one of bewilderment or
confusion. And his answer is
that the Bible starts off with
"In the beginning God
created" to refute the claims
of future generations that the
Jews have stolen the land of
Israel!
Once it is established that
God created the world, it
follows that He can give it to
whom He chooses, and He
chose the Jewish people to in-
herit the land of Israel! The
fact that Rashi wrote this
commentary hundreds of
years before the current
struggle is exquisite proof of
his briliance and ruach
hakodesh, holy spirit, and it
is not he who is "perplexed,"
but we, who are filled with
doubt and lack his wisdom
and faith.

Dr. Isaac Schaver
Southfield

Let The 'Saints'
Present Views

Jonathan Mark's diatribe
against the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America ("RCA Practic-
ing `McCarthyism; Liberal
Orthodox Rabbis Claim,"
Aug. 3) quotes Rabbi Chaim
Dov Keller in a grossly
misleading manner. The full
text of Rabbi Keller's address
leaves no doubt that the rab-
bi regards the charges of
McCarthyism as false and as
part of a campaign to vilify
the defenders of Halachah.
The balance of Mark's arti-
cle is based on a belief that
sincere, non-Orthodox
theologians belong in an Or-
thodox rabbinical organiza-
tion if they so choose. In-
dividual freedom of speech is
not violated when the RCA, a
private organization with
clear, well-defined aims, seeks
to have a membership with
those aims. It is not too late
for the "saints" portrayed in
the article to present their
philosophies and goals clear-
ly and let the Orthodox decide
how close these come to Or-
thodoxy. We might then see
an end to religious consumer
fraud.

Robert Miller
Oak Park

Will Americans
Die For Nothing?

Recent preparations of the
United States and Iraq for
war over Saudi Arabia unfor-
tunately counts for much
worry and potential killing.
The American military has
taken defensive positions
with the Saudis, and now

George Bush waits for the Ira-
qis to make the next move.
Initially, it was a fight bet-
ween two or three Arab dic-
tators of Iraq, Kuwait and
Saudi Arabia. A war would
have given the Arab leaders
headaches no matter who
won. A war with the United
States participating to defend
Saudi Arabia shiekhs and
also trying to put the Shiekh
of Kuwait back on his throne
brings on an operation and
possibly death.
But the question that
Americans must answer is
how many dead American
Marines, let alone wrecked
planes and tanks, will it cost
should Iraq and the United
States go to war over the pro-
tection of Saudi Arabia?
Would the price of the oil from
Saudi Arabia stay steady at
that time, or are oil prices
bound to go up anyway? Presi-
dent George Bush, mean-
while, has driven the cost of
gasoline a few dimes per
gallon. How much money is
lost when measured in terms
of American lives?
Bush has decided that the
threat of war is sufficient for
Iraq's Saddam Hussein to
stop maneuvering, while the
burden of Iraqi oil production
continues. On the other hand,
Hussein would find that the
cost of holding Kuwait is
cheap compared to the over-
whelming cost of letting go.
The oil flows while the
Moslem world discusses the
Saudi fate; meanwhile, the
Saudis line their pockets
while letting the Arabs starve
under their control. We
should ask, who is really bet-
ter for the common Arab,
Hussein or shiekhs of Mecca?
Hussein has met the
leaders and shiekhs of the
various Arab countries. He
has greeted Palestine Libera-
tion Organization chief Yassir
Arafat with large kisses, as if
Hussein were soon going to
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Hebron,
Shchem and Eilat. It tells us
that Hussein is reinforcing
Jordan's King Hussein and
the Palestinians. But what
does it tell us about Arafat
and his uprising, and what
Israeli war comes after the
Iraqi conflict with the United
States?
The United States, with
help from the British, may de-
fend the Saudis. But there is
no help from even one Arab
government. Not even the
numerous Egyptians will
agree and join the Americans.
The Arabs all agree, many
quietly, that America should
learn a good lesson from Sad-
dam Hussein and the Arab
armies.
The thing to remember is
that Hussein is not the Hitler

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