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August 31, 1990 - Image 10

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-31

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THE UNBEATABLE DEALER THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

BEAT THE GAS CRUNCH
JOE PANIAN HAS CARS
W/THE HIGHEST MILES
PER GALLON AVERAGE

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30 at similar savings!

NEW '90 CAVALIER VL

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P185/80R13 tires, 5-speed trans., metallic paint and more.
Stk. #4831.

WAS

$8514

LEADING EDGE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$500
1st Time Buyer

NEW '90 GEO STORM
2 + 2

SPORT COUPE. 1.6L SOHC L4 MPFI engine. P185/60R 14
steel belt tires and more. Stock #5268X.

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LEADING EDGE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$7075* $6725* $ 9125

16 at similar savings

NEW '90 BERETTA

2-DR. COUPE. Cloth buckets, elec. is wind. def., 2.2L EFI L4 eng.,

auto., P195/70/15 ALS SIB rad. B/W, air, elec. speed control
w/resume, tilt, inter wipers, floor mats, map lamps, w/consolette
and mroe. Stk. #5302.

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LEADING EDGE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$9750*

$12,667
$1400
1st Time Buyer

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$10,705
•$500
1st Time Buyer

$ 8525*

NEW '90 PRIZM

eng., 5-spd. man. trans.. cloth buckets, p.s., am/fm stereo w/seek &
scan, digital clock, full whl. covers, sport mirrors. Stk. #4959.

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LEADING EDGE
THIS WEEK ONLY

$11,068
$1500
1st Time Buyer
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$9150* $8695* $8025

16 at similar savings

NEW '90 CORSICA LT

NEW '90 TRACKER
HARDTOP LSI

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4 DR. SEDAN. Cloth buckets, r. wind. def., air, 2.2L EFI L4

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eng., auto., P185/75R S/B radial tires, t-glass, inter. wipers.
floor mats, map lamps w/roof console and more.
Stk. #5310.

$11,732
$1000
1st Time Buyer

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5 spd. manual transmission w/overdrive,
am/fm cars. & clock, cloth interior,
white letter tires.
THIS WEEK ONLY
it Time Buyer

$9225* $8625* $10,876* 10,236•

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'90 WMINA APV

Deep tint, rear defogger, 3.1 V-6, six

passenger, group 2 security system. DEMO.
Stk. #3605.

LIST $17,320

$13,500*

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BUY NOW

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$1000
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NEW '90 SURCRAFT FULL
SIZE CONVERSION VAN
305 EFI V-8, auto., overdrive, a/c., p.I., p.w., titt,cruise,

Less than 10,000 produced

RARE SAVINGS

NEW '91 S-10 PICK-UP

2.5 liter EFI engine, 5 spd. manual trans. with overdrive.
Stk. #7124X.

$6716* •6116

NEW '90 454 SS
PICK-UP

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stereo cassette, 33 gallon fuel tank. Stk. #4884.

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$18,845

$16,270

5 to choose from at similar savings

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BUY NOW

$23,194
$600

$16,620

16 more at similar savings

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*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 Sept. 26, 1990.

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The weapons were
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THIS WEEK ONLY

such items. The main de-
mand was for baking soda,
which can provide tem-
porary protection against
poison gas when a handker-
chief clipped in a soda-and-
water solution is held over
the mouth and nose.
Packages of baking soda
have now been placed in the
privileged position, near
supermarket cash registers,
that is occupied by poppy
seeds before Purim and by
boxes of matzah .before
Passover.
Col. Peled, who later ex-
plained that he had merely
repeated standing instruc-
tions on how the public
should behave in any
emergency, was criticized by
Arens and the IDF chief of
staff, Gen. Dan Shomron.
They reassured the public
that there was little chance
of an Iraqi attack against
Israel, because Saddam
Hussein knew Israel's

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58 miles to the gallon. Number one
millage vehicle for 2 years standing.
THIS WEEK ONLY -
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military might. The Israeli
air force is fully capable of
beating back an air attack
from Iraq, and Israel has al-
ready demonstrated its abil-
ity to hit targets well inside
Iraq if provoked, they
pointed out.
By the beginning of this
week, shops reported the
demand was back to near
normal.
The Gulf crisis has had
little effect on immigration
to Israel from the Soviet
Union and other countries,
and reportedly lesser impact
than feared, so far, on for-
eign tourism to Israel.
According to figures
released at the beginning of
the week, some 90,000 new
immigrants, mainly from
the Soviet Union, have
arrived in Israel so far this
year.
But if the crisis continues
into the fall, hoteliers and
others in the tourism busi-
ness fear they could suffer
during the peak travel sea-
son.
There is deep concern here,
however, about the long-
term political fallout from
the Gulf crisis.
Israeli leaders and people
on the street alike fear it
will be difficult to protest
U.S. plans to bolster the
military power of Saudi
Arabia, whose soldiers stand
side-by-side with American
troops along the Iraqi-Saudi
border.

Israel will continue to de-
mand that the United States
maintain Israel's military
edge over its Arab
neighbors, pointing to what
has happened to American
aircraft and tanks supplied
to a "friendly" country like
Kuwait. The weapons were
hardly used and ultimately
fell into the hands of the
neighboring enemy.
For the Likud and right-
wing circles in Israel, there
is concern that once the
crisis has passed, the U.S.
administration will again
turn its attention to the
Israeli-Palestinian dispute.
While Palestine Libera-
tion Organization Chairman
Yassir Arafat appears to
have overplayed his hand
and, in Egyptian President
Hosni Mubarak's words,
damaged the PLO's
credibility, the United
States can be expected to in-
tensify its pressure on Israel
to seek negotiating partners
among Palestinians in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip,
despite their support for
Hussein of Iraq.
Much of Israel is united in
an uneasy fear that interna-
tional efforts to avert a fur-
ther military confrontation
with Iraq — spurred by as
diverse a cast of
intermediaries as Arafat,
U.N. Secretary-General
Javier Perez de Cuellar and
Austrian President Kurt
Waldheim — will wind up
allowing the Iraqi leader to
descend gently from the high
tree up which he has climb-
ed.
One possibility is that
Mr. Hussein will be per-
suaded to withdraw troops
from Kuwait if they are
replaced by some sort of
multinational Arab League
force.
Israelis fear this would
leave Iraq's leader with his
newfound reputation in the
Arab world as the modern
Saladin or Nasser of the 90s.
When all is said and done, he
would still possess his
military arsenal and be able
to continue manufacturing
chemical weapons as he
pushes ahead with plans to
develop a nuclear capability.
Israelis won't say it open-
ly, but virtually all would
prefer to see Iraq overrun
and its military capability
bombed out of existence,
rather than allowing him to
find a way out through polit-
ical compromise.
The Tel Aviv Stock
Exchange has reacted ner-
vously to every new devel-
opment in the Gulf crisis.
Since the crisis began, the
market has lost some 25 to
30 percent of its value.

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