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October 24, 1986 - Image 18

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wish to witness the sweat of
their favorite athlete or per-
former, a lower level of boxes
starting at the twentieth-seat
tier. All the boxes are equip-
ped for sports spectators —
with a kitchen and a bar —
and open up onto a patio-like
terrace.
The arena will have 180
box suites — that's quite a
few, perhaps the most in the
country. Jou Louis Arena has
88, which is on the high side
of average among arenas in
the nation, and most of those
rent for $35,000 a year. And
marketing skyboxes may
prove to 'be more difficult

under the new tax code.
Under the new proposal, cor-
porations that lease private
boxes won't be allowed to de-
duct the total amount, rather
just 80 percent of the cost of
ordinary seats.

When asked if market re-
search has been an initial
part of the arena plans,
Hermelin said research is
needed when considering an
office building site that's al-
ready surrounded by several
office buildings. "But," he ex-
plains, "it's really pretty sim-
ple when you're the only
arena around."



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Friday, October 24, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New York (JTA) — The
Latin American Bishops Con-
ference, in an historic move to
combat anti-Semitism, has
drawn up guidelines for the
use of Catholic educators in
teaching about Jews and
Judaism. The guidelines are
the product of Catholic-
Jewish meeting in Bogota,
Colombia, sponsored by the
Bishops conference, the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the Latin Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, it was
announced last Monday.
AccOrding to Rabbi Leon
Klenicki, director of ADL's
Interreligious Affairs Depart-
ment, who led a six-member
ADL delegation to Bogota,
the guidelines will be finalized
in December and submitted
to church leaders, including
Latin American cardinals,
some 900 bishops across the
continent, and Catholic
educators.
They are intended to:
Remove vestiges of anti-
Semitism from teaching the
New Thstament, from Passion
plays and Passion Week
sermons.
Ensure that Jews are not
held responsible for the death
of Jesus.
Foster a spirit of neigh-
borliness toward Latin
American Jews so they will
be viewed, according to Rab-
bi Klenicki, "as people next
door instead of only as those
mentioned in the Bible."
Mach Catholics about Jews
and Judaism, even in areas
where there are not Jews,
because of the significance of
such knowledge in understan-
ding the roots of Catholicism.
Emphasize the significance
of the State of Israel for
Jewish communities in Latin
America and throughout the
world.
Klenicki said that the
guidelines, when adopted, will
represent another step for-
ward in the Catholic church's
desire to improve relations

with Jews in the spirit of
Vatican pronouncement over
the past two decades.

German Group
To Drop Name

New York — A group
which calls itself the "Ger-
man American Anti-
Defamation League" and has
anti-semitic ties will change
its name at the urging of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
ADL's request followed a
series of "educational adver-
tisements" in the Washington
Post and Washington Times
last July and August signed
by the "German American
Anti-Defamation League."
The ads complained of "the
constant bombardment of
propaganda against the Ger-
man people," suggested that
critics of Kurt Waldheim
apply "the same judicial
standards" to the career of
former Israeli Premier
Menachem- Begin and sol-,
icited contributions for the
group's "battle for truth and

justice.

Group To Fight
Missionaries

Due to what is described as
"an intensified pattern of
missionary activity within
the Jewish state," Jews for
Judaism announced that it
will open a branch office in
Jerusalem.
Jews for Judaism, a coun-
termissionary and Jewish
outreach organization which
works to monitor and combat
deceptive Christian mission-
ary efforts, currently has
offices in Baltimore, Los
Angeles and Harrisburg, Pa.
The Jerusalem facility,
scheduled to open in Novem-
ber, will be headed by Rabbi
Motty Berger, a graduate of
Ner Israel Rabbinical Col-
lege.

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