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July 26, 1996 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-26

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VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO

'96 VOLVO LIQUIDATION SALE!

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MSRP $34,850
OR LESS

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NEW 1996 VOLVO 960

Leather, Moonroof, Power Seating & Much More!

APR



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ZERO
DOWN
Up to 60 months

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THE 1996 VOLVO 960. LORDED WITH WHRT MATTERS,

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Only Volvo offers 2 front air bags and 2 side air bags standard on every 1996 car. PLUS...Air cond.,
stereo/cass., ABS brakes, pwr. windows, pwr. locks, cruise, int. wipers, rear defrost & more!

uburban 643-8500

1821 Maplelawn
TROY MOTOR MALL

THE VOLVO STORE

•Based on approved credit thru Volvo Car Financing until July 31, 1996. Down pymt. based on 40% of MSRP of $34,850. Finance option in lieu
of
cash incentives.

ASK FOR 1L.ENE ADLER! Assistant Manager
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TOYOTA TOYOTA TOYOTA TOYOTA TOYOTA •

THE DET RO

• • $0 DOWN

























DOWN $0 DOWN

1996 COROLLA DX
$ 1952?:

1996 TERCEL
$ 159t9:

LEASE

LEASE



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CD Changer
• Power Locks & Windows
Alloy Wheels
• Wood Dash
Security System
• Air Condition
Automatic Transmission • Stereo/Cassette
Dual Air Bags
& More!

• Alarm
• Alloy Wheels
• CD Changer

1996 CAMRY-

• Stereo/Cassette
• Cloth Interior
• Rear Defrost

CD Changer
• Air Condition
$23999*• Stereo/Cassette
• Spoiler
24 MO.
• Gold Package

• Power Locks
• Power Windows
• Alloy Wheels
• Wood Dash

LEASE

SUBURBAN'S 2 SMART CHOICE PLANS

SMART CHOICE 1: $159 on Tercel

$195 on Corolla
$239 on Camry

SMART CHOICE 2: $199 on Tercel
.
$255 on Corolla
$289 on Camry

' 24 mo. closed end lease w/approved credit. 1st pymt., acq. fee, dest., tax, title, $30 ' 36 mo. (24 mo. on 4x4 & T100) closed end lease w/approved credit. 1st pymt. $0 acq.
down, plus ref. sec. dep. rounded to next $25 increment. Lessee resp. for excess wear & fee, $0 dest., tax, title, $0 down, plus ref. sec. dep. rounded to next $25 increment.
tear. 12,000 mi. per year. w/10f per mi. excess charge. Lessee has option to purchase at Lessee resp. for excess wear & tear. 12,000 mi. per year w/100 per mi. excess charge.
predetermined price at lease inception. To get total multiply pymt. x term. Subject to pre- Lessee has option to purchase at predetermined price at lease inception. To get total
sale. Rebates to dealer. Sale exp. 7/31/96. multiply pymt. x term. Subject to presale. Rebates to dealer. Sale exp. 7/31/96.

SALE HOURS

SERVICE HOURS

Mon. & Thurs., 9-9
Mon. 7 am-8pm
Tues., Wed., & Fri. 9-6 Tues.-Fri. 7 am-6 pm
Saturday 10-3
• Sat. 8 am-1 pm

Suburban

643-8500

1921 MOTOR
Maplelawn
TROY
MALL
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of medicines and of bus rides (now brunt of the cuts fell on the mid-
a little over $1) would rise even dle-class. "The immediate bene-
higher. On top of their monthly fit will be to reduce
health insurance fees, Israelis inflation — and inflation ... hurts
would have to pay for doctor's and mainly the weaker sectors of the
outpatient clinic visits. Child al- population," wrote Ha'aretz eco-
lowances would be
nomics editor
cut. The poor and
Nehemia
elderly would es-
Stressler. "If
cape some of
these cuts were
these hikes, but
not implement-
by no means
ed (and at
all, and the lower-
present the econ-
middle-class
omy needs even
would escape
deeper cuts),
none.
within two to
Public school
three years the
children would
economy would
study shorter
enter a real cri-
hours, and class-
sis demanding
rooms, half of
must more dras-
which have 35
tic steps."
pupils or more,
This was the
would grow even
argument pre-
more overcrowd-
sented by Mr.
ed.
Netanyahu. He
"On all fronts
compared the
this program
current economy
hurts children,"
to a "sick person
said Yitzhak Kad- Finance Minister D an Meridor
suffering from
man, head of the
various ailments,
private Council for Child Welfare. and the problem will only get
"I'll be amazed if anything is left worse if he does not undergo
of our welfare state, of our grand surgery." The surgery would be
promises to the children, once "painful," the prime minister said,
we're finished robbing them of "but the patient would recover."
their present."
Mr. Meridor said, "It's easier
However, the poor were far to be popular ... [but] I'm
from being the only Israelis hit convinced the entire public un-
by the government's budget-cut- derstands the [budget cuts'] im-
ting plan.
portance."
The solidly middle-class and
Yet, despite the finance min-
well-to-do would lose their child ister's self-assurance, vast sec-
allowances altogether. Winners tors of the public were mobilizing.
of weekly state lotteries, which Poor people, old people, police-
pay off in the millions, would men, soldiers and the Histadrut
have to kick in 20 percent to in- national labor union were only
come tax. Pensions and salaries some of the groups gearing for a
for policemen and professional fight.
military officers would be re-
The cuts to the poor were the
duced. Businesses in the poor- most controversial and political-
er, outlying regions would receive ly explosive; the poor voted over-
less generous subsidies and tax whelmingly for Mr. Netanyahu
breaks
and the right-wing parties, and
Most of the Israeli media many coalition Knesset members
applauded the plan as necessary. were worried about crossing
The general reading was that the them. ❑

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