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September 20, 1991 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-20

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bloomfidd

INSIDE WASHINGTON I

PONTIAC

338-9033

DETROIT

Dodge

258-9113

On Telegraph, North of Square Lake Road in front of Bloomfield Square Mall

NEW '91

WAS

JUST IN! '92

SHADOW
AMERICA

$8184

FROM $ 5790

*

NEW '91

CARAVANS
& VOYAGERS

DYNASTY

V6, auto, air, cruise. tilt, pwr.
locks and much more

BOTH LOCATIONS!
„i" 136

WO

115
SHADOWS &

SUNDANCES
) AVAILABLE

WAS

CARAVANS
& VOYAGERS
2 AVAILABLE

$16,562

FROM $ 12

FAMILY VALUE PACKAGE

WAS

263*

32

AVAILABLE

$15,203

NO DOWN PAYMENT

NO DOWN PAYMENT
Mo.
FROM x 13,895
4 8 Lse. ONLY
48 it..0NLy$229 per
CHRYSLER CORPORATION'S TELEGRAPH CONNECTION!

per
mo.**

1

SERVICE HOURS

7:00 A.M.

M-59

BLOOMFIELD

■ DODGE
( sg liluloaomm.fial ic ) i

SQUARE
LAKE RD.

A

'TIL

15 MILE

MIDNIGHT

TENT
SALE

MON-TOES-WED-THURS

12 MILE

■ CHRYSLER-JEEP

9 AM-9 PM

e l*
vo —
LOCATIONS

Over 100 Used Cars
on the Lot too!

9 AM•6 PM

NEW '92

NEW '92

NEW '91

SOUTHFIELD

Monday thru Friday
at

PREMIERS
& MONACOS

WAS

$16,216

1-696

(South End of
Tel-12 Mall)

PLYMOUTH
LASER

WAS

$13,009

FRI, SEPT. 27

SUMMITS
& COLTS

WAS

$8410

FROM$6986*

FRom $ 101948 *

FROM $ 11,756 *

67
PREMIERS a
MONACOS
j_ AVAILABLE

61
LASERS &
TALONS
AVAILABLE
I

63
SUMMITS &
COLTS
L
` AVAILABLE

NO DOWN PAYMENT

NO DOWN PAYMENT

—Si

NO DOWN PAYMENT

Mo. $ 252 Per
48 Lse.ONLY

mo. *•

'Plus tax, license. destination. optional equipment exta, rebates assigned
to dealer. Shadow includes 1st time buyer rebate.

4 8 Mo.
Lse.ONLY $ 257 Per

mo. ••

Mo. ONLY $ 177 per•*
4 8 Lse.

mo.

— Up front:First payment and refundable ssecurity deposit (rounded to nearest S25 increment over payment). Total payments: payment
times 48. Payment includes consumer rebate. Tax, We 8. insurance extra. Option to by at lease end at a pre-set price. $08per mile
Penalty over 60,000 miles. Pay for damage. Subject to approved credit.

southfiEld

CHRYSLER

Jeep

Plymouth

Eagle

354.2950

28100 TELEGRAPH AT SOUTH END OF TEL-12 MALL

FOUR FRititi)

OW US
SHOULD TOO!

SAVE
15-25

000

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Shop At Home Service

661'5300

38

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1991

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TS

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LNG.

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• Carpeting
• Window Treatments

The Friendliness Of The New Own-
ers Is More Than Just Decoration.

626.0609

4185 Orchard Lake Rd.
At Pontiac Trail • Orchard Lake

Germany Responds To
Video Game Inquiry

It took a while, but Rep.
Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., finally
heard back from the office of
Chancellor Helmut Kohl on
the issue of neo-Nazi video
games popular among Ger-
man youth.
In June, Ms. Lowey wrote
to Mr. Kohl after the Simon
Wiesenthal Center provided
legislators with a vivid dem-
onstration of video games
that glorify Germany's Nazi
past — and depict Jews and
other minorities as
subhumans.
Last week, Ms. Lowey
finally heard back from the
German government in the
person of Dr. Lutz G.
Stavenhagen, his nation's
minister of state.
The German official
assured Ms. Lowey that

"radical right-wing tenden-
cies" are a subject of concern
to the newly unified German
government.
But he was less reassuring
about the government's abil-
ity to root out sources of the
abhorrent games.
"As you rightly point out,"
he wrote, "such 'games' are
prohibited under German
law. Despite various efforts,
it has not yet been possible
to completely prevent
distribution of these games.
The manufacturers are not
known and are very difficult
to trace."
Jewish members of Con-
gress, according to Ms.
Lowey's office, will continue
to closely monitor the Ger-
man video game situation.

Visits To Israel Alter
Officials' Viewpoints

It's amazing what a trip to
Israel can do for the think-
ing of American officials.

Recently, Lt. Gen. Thomas
W. Kelly — the voice of the
Pentagon during the Persian
Gulf War — visited Israel
with a United Jewish Ap-
peal delegation. Mr. Kelly
came back with some new
views on Israel's security
needs that should be music
to Prime Minister Itzhak
Shamir's ears.
"Without the West Bank,
Israel is only eight miles
wide at its narrowest point,"
Mr. Kelly said after his
return. "That makes it in-
defensible."
Another recent visitor was
Sen. Robert Kerrey, the

Nebraska Democrat who is

getting set to jump into the
1992 presidential contest.
Mr. Kerrey took an air-
borne tour of Israel with a
very persuasive tour guide:
Deputy Foreign Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu.
The senator, a Navy SEAL
during the Vietnam war,
also received a private tour
of a super-secret base for
Israeli naval commandos.
Did the trip change Mr.
Kerrey's views on Israel?
"Seeing the geography on
the ground and from the air
changes your understanding
of Israel's security needs,"
said one of the senator's
companions on the trip. "I
think he has a very vivid
sense of the price Israel has
paid to establish its securi-
ty." O

I NEWS I

California Adopts
Anti-Boycott Bill

Los Angeles (JTA) — The
California State Assembly
has adopted a bill pro-
hibiting the state's huge
pension funds from in-
vesting in international
corporations that participate
in the Arab League's econ-
omic boycott of Israel.
The main target of the
legislation is the Arabs'
"secondary boycott" of corn-
panies that do business with
Israel. While state and fed-
eral laws already make such
boycotts illegal for American

firms, many foreign and
international companies are
among the boycott's
strongest adherents.
"California exercised
leadership in 1976, when we
made it illegal for companies
in this state to participate in
the boycott," said
Assemblyman Burt
Margolin, who introduced
the bill.
The measure passed by a
vote of 57-16, three more
than the required two-thirds
majority.

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