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April 19, 1991 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-19

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OPINION

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER THE UNBEATABLE DEALER THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER — JOE PANIAN'S

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NEW '91 CORSICA LT
4-DR. SEDAN

NEW '91 GEO STORM

Auto. trans.. NC, AM/FM stereo/cass.,
oust. grd. effects, cust. alum. whis.,
oust_ splash stripping. SUL No 4056

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1.6L MFI L4 engine. 5-speed man. trans.,

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ALS ElAvaH ties. Slit_ No. 7640.

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1ST TIME BUYER

NEW '91 CORVETTE

5.7L WI V8 eng., 6-speed man. trans.,
NC, leather seats, Delco-Bose AM/FM
stereo/cass.. 6-way drivers seat, re-
move. roof. Stk. No 4871. LIST
$37,602
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Stock #5323X. P. locks, deep tint
glass, cloth interior, a/c, V6, EFI,
auto. trans. & much more.

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NEW '91 STARCRAFT

NEW '90 SUBURBAN 4x4

Stock #7801. Full size custom
conversion, p.I., p.w., tilt, cruise,
am/fm cass., air, HD spring run-
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striping, 4 captain chairs.

Stock #4465X. 4x4 panel doors, 350
EF1 V8, auto., lock diff., deep tint
glass, 9 pass., alum. wheels, tilt,
cruise, silverado trim, am/fm
stereo/clock, 2 tone blue, free ext war-
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trans., cloth int., anti lock rear brakes, steel
belted radial tires, rally wheels & more.

Stock #7996. Folding rear seats, 1.6
EFI eng., 5 spd. man. trans., cloth
bucket seats, all season steel belted
tires, side mldgs., AM/FM stereo,
clock. Stk. #8062.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1991

The hatred fostered over
two millennia against Jews is
too intense to be dealt with
rationally. Revisionism,
therefore, must be viewed as
an attempt to rewrite history
to hide the bestiality of
Hitler's Germany.

LETTERS

22L EFI L4 engine, elec. rr. defog.,
auto. trans., NC, cruise, tilt, inter. wip-
ers, mats. Stk. No 7523.

2.21 EFI L4 engine, auto. trans., elec.
IT. defog. A/C, cruise, inter. wipers.
Stk No. 7828.

must be liquidated; and the
socio-economic: the legiti-
mate achievement of Jews in
the scientific, cultural, and
the economic world aroused
jealousy and envy.

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1.0L SOHC L4 EFI engine, 5-speed
man. trans., cloth/vinyl bucket seats.
Stk. No. 8107.

NEW '91 BERETTA
2-DR. COUPE

ed after surrendering their
arms.
An instance of the absurd is
the following, by Albert
Berger of Ball State Univer-
sity in 1989: "What Hitler did
to the Jews is terrible, but it
shows what can happen if you
reject Christ."
The rationales advanced by
the Revisionists include the
"moral": because Jews killed
Christ; the religious: because
Jews did not accept Christ;
the military: Jews as enemies

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however, synagogues were
established in two other com-
munities, River Rouge and
Wyandotte.
The development of the
steel and shipbuilding in-
dustries, and the construction
of Ford's enormous River
Rouge complex, drew scores of
working-class families to the
downriver area around World
War I. Jewish peddlers and
their families were among the
migrants.
The River Rouge Jewish
Congregation was organized
in the mid-1920s. In 1938, it
built a small synagogue on
Oak Street. Yet, after World
War II, the congregation
dwindled, and in 1965 the
synagogue was sold. For a
time, the building was oc-
cupied by an American
Legion post, but for years
afterward was vacant.
The Beth El Congregation
of Wyandotte also was
organized in the mid-'20s.
Later in the decade, the con-
gregation purchased a private
house on Vinewood Street
which served as synagogue,
religious school and rabbi's
residence. The house was sold
in 1950 and became again a
family residence.
Until the 1950s, there were
pockets of Jewish settlement
throughout the metropolitan
area: southwest Detroit itself
was especially bountiful in
remote neighborhoods.
The continued existence of
a downriver Jewish communi-
ty should serve as a spur to
study our local history and
understand how far — geo-
graphically and otherwise —
we have come.

Phillip Applebaum

Oak Park

Home For Aged:
Care Vs. Location

I was very disturbed upon
reading the article (April 12)
"Home Seeks Increase In
Private Pay Clients." The ar-
ticle implied that the primary-

criteria for choosing a nurs-
ing home is the location. I
strongly disagree and contend
that people will choose the
home where their loved ones
will get the best care.
My mother, of blessed
memory, attended the day
care program at Borman
Hall, which was outstanding.
When the time came that she
needed total care we did not
hesitate to place her in Bor-
man Hall as a private pay
resident. Much to our dismay
we discovered the care was
not of the quality that we
expected.
Maybe we should be con-
cerned with improving the
care in our Jewish Home for
Aged to surpass the private
nursing homes and when we
acquire the reputation for ex-
emplary care, then and only
then will all the private pay
clients come to the Jewish
Home and not because it's
located in West Bloomfield.
Want to move? Fine! But
first let's give the residents
the care they deserve. After
all, many of these people were
the ones that gave and col-
lected funds to found and sup-
port our myriad Jewish
organizations, including the
Jewish Home for Aged.

Sylvia Abramowitz
Oak Park

'Shameful Gloating'
Missed The Point

When reading "Shameful
Gloating" on the April 5
editorial page, I thought that
I was reading an opinion
published by the PLO.
Would the writer have
100,000 Americans die and
only 200 Iraqis? Would he
postpone the action taken
against Iraq for several years,
to avoid casualties?
We who remember Munich
know what happens when a
murderer is appeased.

Zyga Allweiss
West Bloomfield

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