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April 29, 1994 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-29

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BORROW BELOW PRIME

BROTHER'S KEEPER page 31

AT

LEXUS OF LANSING

SALE ENDS
MAY 2nd

1994 GS300

* plus T, T&L

APR*S1R

OR LEASE

STK#94063

414(9; 36

Months

•Leather Seats
• Sunroof
•Traction Control
•Dual Air Bags
• Anti-Lock Braking System
• Remote Entry System
• 4 year/50,000 Mile Limited Warranty
raj giro
• 6 year/70,000 Mile Powertrain Warranty $
9
"It
• 24 Hour Roadside Assistance
• Free Pick-up and Delivery Service
• (PLUS CD Player on the LS400)

.

PER MONTH

'92 LS400

'91- LS400

Burgundy/Burgundy Leather,
sunroof, complete service
records

*

plus T, T&L

OR LEASE

STK#94135

4 36
441 9;*

Months

PER MONTH

'93 ES300

'35,997

Beige/Ivory Leather,
sunroof, heated seats
only 25,000 miles

'26,997

Black/Gray Leather,
sunroof, CD Player
only 40,000 miles

'91 ES250

'24,800

'14,895

'4.9% financing on '94 sedans only.
1994 GS300 based on MSRP of $44,503, 1994 LS 400 based on MSRP of $58,333. 36 mo. closed end lease. 10$ cap reduction, 15,000
miles per year, 15¢ per mile in excess of 45,000. $500 ref. sec. dep. Total obligation: GS300 $17,804, LS400 $21,584. Plus 4% use tax,
plates, transfer fee. Customer responsible for excess wear and tear. Option to purchase: GS300: $25,868, LS400: $31,522.71.

LEXUS OF LANSING

The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection

For a personal showing:
Call 1-800-539-8748 OR 1-800-LEXUS-4-U

Exit 104 off 1-96 • 5709 S. Pennsylvania, Lansing • 517/394-8000

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dignity and that she now has
access to a variety of activities,
from sports to art.
"She enjoys life there," Mrs.
Bennett says.
Mrs. Bennett says Joyce
Keller is responsible for much
of what JARC is today. She also
praises the board members, re-
calling one who insisted on
speaking with parents of JARC
residents, to find out whether
the organization lived up to its
reputation, before she would
sign up.
"Everyone there is like that,"
Mrs. Bennett says. "Everybody
wants the best for our children."

Torah Center
Honors Starrs

OR SELECT FROM CENTRAL MICHIGAN'S FINEST
SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED LEXUS AUTOMOBILES

Slate/Blue Leather, sunroof,
original Lansing car with
complete service records

Keller says. But it will mean a
need for increased funding.
"The question is, where are we
going to get the money to fund
so many separate living
arrangements?"
Changes may be in store, but
meanwhile parents involved
with the organization say they
are satisfied with things just the
way they are. Marcia and
Charles Bennetts' daughter,
Denise, is a resident of the
JARC home in Pleasant Ridge.
The Bennetts, of Oak Park,
have been involved with JARC
from the beginning. They are
impressed by the fact that their
daughter is treated with great

(CALL COLLECT)

gation Shaarey Zedek; Temple
Beth El; and the Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan Detroit.
Cantors Gail Hirschenfang of
Temple Beth El, Chaim Najman
of Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
and Harold Orbach of Temple Is-
rael will be featured, along with
the Congregation Shactrey Zedek
Choir, conducted by Eugene
Zweig; the Temple Beth El
Chorale, conducted by Cantor
Gail Hirschenfang; the Temple
Israel Choir, conducted by Ellen
Duncan; the Temple Israel
Choral Group, conducted by
Elaine Greenberg; and the De-
troit Zamir Chorale, conducted
by Benjamin Cohen.
Choral director Matthew
Lazar, an authority on Jewish
Dr. & Mrs. Starr
choral music, will conduct these
groups. He has founded and di-
Bais Chabad Torah Center of rected the Zamir Choral Foun-
West Bloomfield will honor Dr. dation, the North American Jew-
Reuven (Robert) and Esther ish Choral Festival, the SELAH
Starr at their annual dinner 6:30 Vocal Ensemble and recently he
p.m. May 23 at the Maple/Drake created HaZamir, a regional choir
Jewish Community Center. The
for high school students. He has
Starrs, who have been support-
ers of the Michigan Chabad conducted the Zamir Chorale
1973 and was artistic di-
Movement in general and Bais since
rector of the Heritage Series of
Chabad of West Bloomfield in
Jewish Music at Merkin Concert
particular, also have been active Hall in New York. He is founder
in the Young Israel of Southfield
and director of the National Jew-
and Akiva Hebrew Day School.
This year's dinner will coincide ish Chorale with whom he re-
appeared at Carnegie Hall.
with the planned expansion of the cently
For complimentary tickets and
Torah Center which will begin af- information, call the temple of-
ter the summer. The new build-
ing will be called the Sara fice, 661-5700.
Tugman Bais Chabad Torah
Center.
For ticket information, call the
Torah Center, 855-6170.

Anniversary
Evening Planned

Jerusalem Tribute
At Temple Israel

Call Now For Your
Spring Start Up
RICK WALD04., Calli For Details - 489.5862

"A Tribute to Jerusalem," cele-
brating the 46th anniversary of
Israel's independence, will be ob-
served May 1 at 4 p.m. at Tem-
ple Israel. the annual Arlene
June Gottlieb Memorial Concert
of Temple Israel is co-sponsored
with the American Zionist Move-
ment, Michigan Region; Congre-

Congregation Beth Achim will
culminate their year long 25th
anniversary celebration May 22
at 7 p.m. with An Evening of El-
egance, featuring Paul Zim and
his Simcha Klezmer Band, with
clarinetist Paul Pincus in concert.
A champagne afterglow will fol-
low.
Prior to the concert there will
be a brief ceremony in which the
past presidents of the congrega-
tion will be honored.

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