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December 09, 1994 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-09

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Outback Steakhouse
Kidz Kraz • Paparazzi.
Travelers World* Objects of Art
Antwerp Jewelers • Alteration Spot
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NEW!

Firm Fitness & Tanning
Cobo Cleaners

Orchard Lake Road
North of Maple
West Bloomfield

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1995 ACURA LEGEND L SEDAN

Luxury Lease - 30 Months

$399*mo.

Auto Trans, Leather Trim, Bose Music System,
Pwr. Windows, Pwr. Locks, Pwr. Seat, Pwr.
Mirrors, Moonroof, ABS, Dual Air Bags, Cruise,
Elec. Tilt & Telescoping Steering Wheel, Alloy
Wheels, Air. cond.: Stk.#5X011

`30,000 mile AHFC closed-end lease. Advance payment consisting of first payment: $422.94 incl.,
refundable security deposit: $425, license, tax and title: $205, cap cost reduction $1058.94 (tax incl.),
$450 acquisition fee. Total advance payment: $2561.88. Total of payments: $12,688.20: Option to
purchase at lease end: $22,932.00. Excess miles at 150 per mile. 'Add 6% use tax.

1995 ACURA INTEGRA LS

36 Month Lease

$259*

Air Conditioning, Power Moonroof, Cruise Control,
Front Wheel Drive, AM/FM Cassette and More

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" 45,000 Mile AHFC closed end lease. Advance payment consisting of first payment 5274.54.
refundable security deposit: 5275, licemse, tax and title: $109, cap cost reduction $1054.70. Total
advance payment $1713.24. Total of payments: $10,938.14. Option to purchase at lease end:
$10 950 40 Excess miles at 150 per mile. `Add 6% use tax, Add 6% sales tax, title, plates.

Exclusive Sales, Service and Parts
Free Pick Up and Delivery for Service

JENNIFER FINER STAFF WRITER

anuary in Michigan and fun
are not always synonymous.
However, a popular trav-
eling children's expo should
add some excitement to another
cold and snowy winter.
From Jan. 22-29, the
Maple/Drake Jewish Communi-
ty_ Center will host the Great Jew-

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Last year, the expo traveled to 30 cities.

ish Children's Experience, a
multimedia, interactive narra-
tive through 2,000 years of Jew-
ish history.
The event, sponsored by the
Jewish Community Center and
the Synagogue Campus of Living
Judaism, is in the midst of a
three-month, 10-city American
tour.
Within a week of the expo's De-
troit announcement, area educa-
tors scheduled group tours for
more than 1,600 children. Reser-
vations are not necessary for the
general public, but there is a
charge.
`This is an opportunity for chil-
dren to see something Jewish in
a fun and meaningful way," said
Rabbi Kasriel Shemtov, the local
director of the Great Jewish Chil-
dren's Experience.
Participants will be able to see

Jewish history to life. Children
can watch as Moses parts the Red
Sea and Mordechai leads the res-
cue of Persian Jewry.
Another area shows a scale
model of the Temple in
Jerusalem. It is accompanied by
three scenes depicting events that
took place on the Temple Mount
before its construction.
In addition to the seven ex-
hibits, children will see a video
presentation on the Jewish
holidays and the Old City of
Jerusalem, attend a craft work-
shop and engage in a game sim-
ilar to the television quiz show
"Classic Concentration." Li
For additional information
about the expo, contact Cheryl
Icane at (810) 661-7646 or Rabbi
zKasriel Shemtov at (810) 737-
7000.

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ADL Official Worries
About Prayer, Terrorism

ersuading incoming mem-
bers of:Congress to imple-
ment comprehensive
anti-terrorism legislation
is a high priority on the Anti-
Defamation League's Washing-
ton action list. Jess Hordes, the
director of ADL's National and

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robotic and interactive multime-
dia displays during a two-hour
Jewish experience tour.
Children (and adults) are led
through seven sections, each de-
picting a different aspect of Ju-
daism.
One section, a series of ani-
mated scenes, brings figures from

JENNIFER FINER STAFF WRITER

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Children's Expo
On Its Way To Detroit

JEFFREY ACURA

Government Affairs Office in
Washington, stressed the need to
adopt a proposal which would
deny visas to terrorists and sup-
porters of terrorism who come to
the United States to raise mon-
ey.
Among other things, he believes

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