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November 23, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-23

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LETTERS

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER THE UNBEATABLE

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

3 Years Standing

up to 58 Miles to the Gallon

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deliberately geared to the
local market, primarily
toward Chicago and to a
lesser extent to the other six
big cities in the Midwest.
Hiring a PR firm on • a
nation-wide basis will not
work. We recall the failed at-
tempts in the 1970s. The PR
experts at that time sug-
gested the PR firm should
have a role in shaping Israel's
government policy while
strongly advocating for a
change in it. This conflict is
avoided once the PR work is
aimed at the local market
where local angles are ad-
dressed more effectively.
Small is beautiful, especial-
ly when the financial
resources are modest. With
the generous support of a
handful of individuals who
recognized the importance of
hiring a local PR firm and
were prepared to underwrite
it, we were able to introduce
a change in our PR battles.
Instead of becoming a kib-
bitzer of Israeli PR uphill bat-
tles, just let's do it!

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THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

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NEW 1991
NEW 1991
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2.8 V6, 5 spd., manual trans., w/00, 2-tone
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def., air, 2.2L EFI L4 eng., auto., P185/75R S/B
radial tires, tint glass, inter wipers, floor mats,
map lamps, w/roof console. Stk. #7521.

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paint, Tahoe trim, power steering/brakes, am/fm
stereo/cass. w/clock, sliding back window,
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$12,121

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heater, HD cooling, HD suspension, 350 cubic
inch V-8. Stk. #3239.

Loaded!
All the Toys

$18,845*
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Consul for Press and Information
Chicago

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4 DOOR SEDAN. P175/70/R13, ALS S/B radials, front &

NEW 1991
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2 DOOR HB. P145/80R12 ALS S/B radial tires,

THIS WEEK ONLY

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1st Time Buyer

1st Time Buyer

NEW 1990 GEO
STORM 2 +2
SPORT COUPE. 1.6L SOHC L4 MPFI engine,

NEW 1991 GEO
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rear mats, 1.6L MFL Lr engine, 5 speed manual trans.,
cloth buckets, power steering, am/fm stereo w/seek &
scan, digital clock, full whl. covers, sport mirrors. Stk. #
4959.

There's No Choice
On Iraq Situation

sport mirrors, 1.0L TBI L3 engine, 5 speed man-
ual transmission.
Order #7595.

$5995*
$5395*

P185/60/R steel belt tires & more. Stk. #5268X.

$10,705
$500

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Rear folding seat, 1.6L EFI 5 speed manual
transmission, cloth interior, power steering, am/
fm stereo w/clock, air conditioning. Stk. #7349.

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1st Time Buyer

'Just add tax, title, destination & documentation tees. All rebates & dealer incentives included where applicable. Dealer participation may affect consumer cost. First Time Buyer deducted from pace where
applicable to qualified buyers 79.5 for up to 48 months in lieu of rebate on select models. Based on approved credit. Prices expire November 28. 1990. — Lease payments subject to approved credit on
48 months closed end lease. 60,000 mile limitation. Lessee is responsible for excessive wear and tear. 1st payment plus security deposit (1s1 me. pyrnt. plus 625.00) license & title tees required. To get
formula to
total amt multiply pymt. limes 48 Subject to 4% use tax. Excessive mileage charge is 10' per mile it 60.000 miles is exceeded. Lessee has the option to purchase at lease•end Cl a price or

be negotiated. 1st TIME BUYER DISCOUNT DOES NOT APPLY TO LEASE.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1990

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I abhor and fear war as
much as anyone else, and I
don't want us involved in
another war if it can be avoid-
ed. But, do we have a choice?
If the Arabs negotiate a set-
tlement with Saddam Hus-
sein, it will be a replay of
Neville Chamberlain's at-
tempt to pacify Hitler. It will
buy time for him to complete
the atomic bomb and you can
bet your life that he'll be back
in two to three years stronger
than ever. He's studied
Hitler's tactics.
To ensure a long-lasting
peace in the area, the
military establishment and
weapons of mass destruction
in Iraq must be immobilized
and in fact eliminated. I can't
see Hussein agreeing to this.
Nor do I feel that elimination
or replacement of Hussein
will be the answer, since there
are others ready to step into
his shoes of conquest.
I am sorry to say that the
only answer, as I see it, is the
complete conquest of Iraq by
military conquest without
political involvement as we
witnessed in Korea and Viet-
nam. We must allow our
military to fight a war to win.
When this has been ac-
complished, we must destroy
weapons of mass destruction

and see to the eradication of
Iraq's ability to wage war. In
addition, we must bring Hus-
sein and his cohorts to trial
for their atrocities and ar-
range reparations for the
rebuilding of Kuwait.
Anything •less in
unconscionable.
I hope our citizens will
think clearly and support our
president as he seeks a
long term peace in the Middle
East and in fact in the world.

Norman I. Bazell
Orchard Lake

Monologue Instead
Of A Dialogue

I would like to take this op-
portunity to respond to your
article of Nov. 2, "Critical
Clergy." Bravo, for writing
this story.
As a convert to Judaism
from Protestant Christianity,
I feel uniquely sensitive to
both sides of the issue. Thank
you for bringing this growing
tide of anti-Israel, and anti-
Semitic sentiment to the fore.
I sincerely hope that your ar-
ticle awakens both the Jewish
and Christian communities
from their apathy towards
furthering meaningful
dialogue between the two
faiths.
In the past we have con-
tented ourselves with
"monologue" disguised as
"dialogue." This is now, and
has always been, unsatisfying
and insufficient: unsatisfying
because we realize how in-
complete such monologues
really are, and insufficient
because of the new pressures
coming to bear on one
another. It is critical for us to
engage in true dialogue,
because of the explosive situa-
tion that exists in the Middle
East today.
We have the most to gain by
increasing Christianity's
understanding and empathy
for the Jewish position. And,
we have the most to lose,
should those lines of com-
munication break down any
further!
We have seen the inroads
that Evangelical Protestants
have made in influencing the
policies of Congress, and the
government of our nation in
general. This should move us
to take action in our own
behalf, so that more could be
accomplished for the Jewish
community and Israel, both
locally and nationally.
I am moved to action, what
can I do?

Ruth Martin

Oak Park

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