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December 24, 1993 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-24

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HURRY IN FOR

of their Judaism.
"I do it because I am a Jew,
and I think by virtue of our up-
bringing we're empathetic peo-
ple because of what we have
endured in our history," Mr.
Dickman said.
Ms. Gershenson sees volun-

"What can I do to
help those who
probably only by
birth are not so
fortunate?"

YEAR END SAVINGS!

ANTI-SEMITIC page 16

proached Mr. Serlin in the hall-
way of the Oakland County
Courthouse and, according to
the formal complaint, said:
"How much...money did you do-
nate to her (Deborah Tyner, the
judge who presided over the an-
imal shelter case) campaign to
get that order entered?"
The complaint further states
that after Mr. Serlin failed to
respond, Mr. Beer moved in
front of him and pushed him
backwards.
"Nobody pushed him," Mr.
Beer said. "He actually ran into
me."
The Grievance Commission,
which investigates allegations
of attorney misconduct, files cas-
es with the Attorney Discipline
Board if the commission be-
lieves the complaint warrants
a public discipline proceeding.
The Attorney Discipline
Board can either dismiss the
charges against Mr. Beer, rep-
rimand him, suspend him for a
given amount of time or revoke
his law license.
The board is expected to hear
from Mr. Beer on Feb. 18.



$6,000

Rebates End December 31st, 1993

NEW '94 GRAND AM SE COUPE

NEW' 4 JIMMY

/dr . PF. IPP

Aft, tilt, Am/Fm cass., p. dr. locks, anti-lock
brakes, drivers side air bag, r. defogger &
much, much more. Stk. #6249F

Loaded, V6, tilt, cruise.
Stk. #T392F

AIL /MINIM

$14,284
-$5 00
$1,435

OR SMART $
BUY ONLY • II

NEW BONNEVILLE SLE

"Loaded"

3.8 V6 traction control, Am/Fm stereo,
cass. w/steering whi. controls, p.
seats/locks/p. wind., mirrors, gauges
w/leather. 1993 Model. Stk #2677E

MSRP
$23,733
REBATE
-$1750
ART MORAN SAVINGS . .$2985

ART MORAN
PRICE

II

$18,998*

7 995* LEASE
"0" Down $299* + tax 24m0s.

'93 FIREBIRD
TRANS AM

5.7L auto, air cond., dual air bags, leather
int., anti-lock brake, 10 spkr. sound sys.,
16" alum. whls., spoiler, p. non mirrors &
much more. Demo stk. #7335a
MSRP
$22,940
ART MORAN SAVINGS —43942

ART MORAN
SALE PRICE

$1 8,998'

NEW '94 SUNBIRD LE COUPE NEW '94 TRANS SPORT SE

2.2L 4 cyl. engine, SL
decor, 5 speed, AM/FM
stereo. Stk. #T184F

$9995

MSRP
ART MORAN
DISCOUNT

36 Mo.

Ito,'

Lease

MSRP
$10,239
REBATE
-$500
PRIME TIME BUYER REBATE$400
ART MORAN DISCOUNT
-5500

MSRP
$19,604
REBATE
$500
ART MORAN SAVINGS .$2110

MSRP
$17,981
REBATE -$500
ART MORAN DISCOUNT . .$1612

PRIME TIME $R839 *
BUYER PRICE mbir

ART MORAN
PRICE

SALE $
PRICE 1 5,869*

$87, -

CLEARANCE
NOW IS
THE TIME
TO BUY!

SAVE UP TO

$3500

Three '93 Sunbird
Convertibles
To Choose From

1
rL

$16,994* $169 93**

DEMO
'93 BONNEVILLE SSE

Loaded, 3.8 super charge
traction control, 12-way p.
seat with leather, dual air
bags, CD and much more.
Stk. #2238E.

MSRP
$31,017
REBATE
$1750
ART MORAN DISC. .-$6269

SALE PRICE

$22,998`

3 Others At Similar Savings

COUNTY
PON1MC
DEW

,

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Meyer

MSRP

7 1/2'

SNOW PLOW

$25,812

ART MORAN
PRICE

$22,678*

USED CAR

USED CAR

1993 GRAND AM
SE SEDAN

1993 GMC
SAFARI

1992 GRAND
PRIX STE

SLT 8 Passenger
REDUCED

5 to choose.

Starting at

$9995

$16,495

1992 GRAND PRIX
LE SEDAN

1993 BONNEVILLE
SSE

4 To Choose

Starting at

'10,995

SUPER CHARGE V6
PROGRAM

-900

CD Player Sharp

$ 13,495

1991 GRAND

PRIX SE

B4U Aero Package
1 Owner

9 1 495

$19,995

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Sliding r. wind , H.D. chasis, lock-
ing differential, 5.78 V8, auto
trans., Am/Fm stereo, tilt. cruise,
air. Stk. #T283F

"0" Dn 309%. tax

GMC TRUCK

3 it

NEW '94 SIERRA 3/4 T. 4x4
8' BOX PLOW TRUCK

PROGRAM CARS

o

PONTIAC

$2713

LEASE 24 MO.
"0" down

9,881* $322•

1994 SAFARI VAN

ABS BRAKES, AIR BAG
Air cond., auto, stereo, 5
pass. Stk. #T222F

$22,594

ART MORAN
PRICE

DOWN $205

7 Passenger, V6, auto., air, fog
lamp, solar tint glass, control cycle
wipers, Am/Fm stereo, r. def., and
driver side air bag. Stk. #1007F.

SMART
BUY

3.42 Axle 6100 GVW 5.7L V8
Auto., trans., alum. whls., SLE
trim, p. locks, p. wind., tilt, cruise.
Stk. #T313F

SALE

2.0L, anti-lock brakes, p. dr. locks,
t. glass, AM/FM stereo, ps, cloth
reclining bucket seats, plus much
more. Stk. #2475E

OR SMART
BUY ONLY

NEW '94 SIERRA 4x4
1/2 TON 8FT. BOX

ALL NEW '94 SONOMA

"Loaded"

5Firebirds

$21,195
$1,000
$2,200

PRC

883**

Available For
mediate Define

dommr

a.■

MSRP
REBATE
ART MORAN DISCOUNT

$1 2,349*

ART MORAN
PRICE

‘411.1 ■ 1124)

4 Door

1:1

MSRP
REBATE
ART MORAN INTRO SAVINGS

Dr. Mark Diem

teering as a way to perform
mitzvot on a daily basis. She of-
fers her time to shelters in the
Detroit area and is working on
a tutoring program with bar
and bat mitzvah-age children.
Aside from practicing law,
Mr. Dickman spends about 15
hours a week donating his time,
mostly through Temple Israel's
social action committee. He also
volunteers at Salvation Army
and the Jewish Community
Council.
Mr. Dickman's reasons for
volunteering go much further
than his religion. Born to a
Christian family, he was adopt-
ed by Jews as an infant.
"Knowing this from an early
age, I felt that had I not had the
wonderful upbringing given to
me, I may have been some-
where else. So, I have a need to
reach out to the less fortunate,"
he said.

SAVE
OVER

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On Telegraph Rd. just North of
12 Mile & The 1-696 Expressway in

SOUTHFIELD

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