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September 11, 1992 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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ARNOLD mamma

DOES IT AGAIN!

3.0 liter V6, 24 valve DOHC,
4 wheel vented disk brakes,
A.B.S., sunroof-power, leather
int., heated front seats, 8-way
power seat, cruise, AM/FM
cass. (anti theft), factory anti
theft alarm, 15 month,
15,000 mile, no mainte-
nance charge. Stk. #0039

1992 mama 929

48 mo. lease ppayments of $399. Total cash due at lease inception $399. To-
tal amount of monthly payments $19,152. Lessee may have option but is not
obligated to purchase the car at lease end. Lessee is responsible for excess
wear and tear and 12. per mile over 55,000 miles. Lease subject to credit ap-
proved by
Maxda credit. Lease payments exclude 4% tax, title and license.

Brown invaluable. Mr. Brown
meets a need that often can-
not be met by rabbis in De-
troit, Rabbi Nelson said. "It's
not possible for us to reach
everyone in these situations.
There is simply not enough
time in our day to do all the
mitzvot."
"In college, I thought a lot
about going to the seminary,"
Mr. Brown said. "I got mar-
ried when I was young, and
one thing or another steered
me away from it."
Mr. Brown is married to
Wendy Robins, a video pro-
ducer and publicist. Their
son, Peter, is 11.
"Today, if I didn't have
obligations, I would think
about pursuing it (to become
a rabbi), even at age 44," Mr.
Brown said.

After college, he worked in
sales and marketing, as well
as in the media.
Last summer, he complet-
ed the United Synagogue of
America's course for para-rab-
binic training, designed to
teach Jews how to lead con-
gregations with no rabbis and
others to be rabbi assistants.
He puts this all to use in
various ways, including cork,
ducting Shabbat services at
Beth Shalom, discussing the
Torah portion of the week,
and addressing the congrega-
tion when Rabbi Nelson is j
away.
"He would make an ideal_
rabbi if he could leave his
family in order to study for
four or five years," said Rab-
bi Nelson. "He has all the=
skills." ❑

NEWS 1■■•■ ••=ir

1992 mazDa MIATA MX

1.6 liter DOHC 16 valve fuel
inj. engine, 4 wheel indep.
susp. limited slip differential,
full factory equipment, 36
month/50,000 mile war-
ranty.

48 mo. lease ppayments of $249. Total cash due at lease inception $549. To-
tal amount of monthly payments $11,952. Lessee may have option but is not
obligated to purchase the car at lease
end. Lessee is responsible for excess
wear and tear and 123
per mile over 55,000 miles. Lease subject to credit ap-
proved by Maxda credit. Lease payments exdude 4% tax, title and license.

2.0 liter DOHC 16 engine,
4 spd., auto trans., A/C,
cruise, AM/FM STEREO
cass. (anti theft), pwr. anten-
na, pwr. steering pwr. brakes,
driver side air bag, split fold-
ing. Stk. #186

V \

1992 mazna 626

48 mo. lease ppayments of $239. Total cash due at lease inception $489. To-
tal amount of monthly payments $11,472. Lessee may have option but is not
obligated to purchase the car at lease end. Lessee is responsible for excess
wear and tear and 12 3 per mile over 60,000 miles. Lease subject to credit ap-
proved by Maxda credit. Lease payments exclude 4% tax, title and license.

48 se $279

Lea

48 mo. lease ppayments of $279. Total cash due at lease inception $549. To-
tal amount of monthly payments $11,952. Lessee may have option but is not
obligated to purchase the car at lease end. Lessee is responsible for excess
wear and tear and 12 3 per mile over 55,000 miles. Lease subject to credit ap-
proved by Maxda credit Lease payments exdude 4% tax, title and license.

"The High Performance/Low Price Dealer"

ARNO L

29187 GRATIOT at 12 Mile Road

Directly across the street from Arnold Lincoln-Mercury

445-6080

50 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1992

3.0 liter V6 engine, auto
trans., 4 spd. w/od, 7 pas-
senger seating, AM/FM
stereo, pwr. brakes, pwr.
steering, cruise, tilt, rear wiper
washer, defroster, A/C. Stk.
#152

Peres Pays Visit
To Belarus Hometown

Visnevo, Belarus (JTA) —
Shimon Peres made a
nostalgic vsist to his
hometown of Vishnevo last
week, a trip to his birth-
place, a town of 450 souls
about 55 miles from Minsk.
Obviously touched and ex-
cited, the Israeli foreign
minister told the villagers
that he could still remember
the smell of the nearby
woods and the sight of the
river bank near the town he
had left 58 years ago at the
age of 11.
Many of the townspeople
had only a hazy idea of who
he is. An old woman, upon
being told that Mr. Peres is a
"minister from Israel," said,
"Oh, that's good! He's
welcome here."
Mr. Peres told the
villagers that before the
war, 1,400 Jews lived in
Vishnevo — and hardly any
Christians. Half the Jews,
he said, went to Israel. The
other half, among them Mr.
Peres' own grandparents,
stayed behind and were
killed by the Nazis.
Today, the villagers told
Mr. Peres, there is only one
Jewish family in Vishnevo,
and that family came after
the war. Mr. Peres arrived
in Vishnevo after com-
pleting the first official visit
of an Israeli foreign minister
to Russia. While the visit
was deemed an important
diplomatic success by Israeli
officials, it was marred by a
few small mishaps.
For one, the visit attracted
little attention in either the
Russian or the Israeli press
because it coincided with the

first anniversary of the at- -
tempted coup in Moscow and
immediately preceded the
resumption of the Middle
East peace talks in Wash-
ington.
Mr. Peres did not meet
with Russian President
Boris Yeltsin. Nor did he
meet with former Sovie.
President Mikhail Gor-
bachev, as he had wanted to
do. The Israeli Embassy in
Moscow advised against a
meeting with Mr. Gorbachev
during the coup anniver-
sary, according to a diplo-
matic source.
Mr. Peres did meet the
Russian foreign minister,
Andrei Kozyrev, who sur-
prised his Israeli guests by _
declining to sign a largely
symbolic memorandum of,,
understanding. It may in-
stead be signed when Peres
and Kozyrev meet at the
United Nations in New
York.
Mr. Peres also met Rus-
sian Prime Minister Yegor
Gaidar and the vice presi-
dent, Alexander Rutskoi,
who kept him waiting for 55
minutes and failed to _-
apologize. Mr. Rutskoi paid
a visit to Israel earlier this --
year.
Mr. Peres also met with
senior Belarussian officials c
in Minsk. Among the issues
discussed were the estab-
lishment of direct flights
between Minsk and Tel
Aviv, a program to send kib-
butz teams to Belarus to
teach Israeli agricultural
methods and trade deals in-
volving potash and phar-
maceuticals.

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