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mileage charge of $.20 per mile over 30,000 miles and for excess wear and tear. Taxes, insurance, title and registration
fees extra. SEE YOUR PARTICIPATING SAAB DEALER FOR COMPLETE DETAILS ON THIS AND OTHER LEASE OPTIONS.** Car
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measures at the European Mac-
cabiah Games here have been
tight, with more than 500 police
officers on duty during the games.
More than 1,500 athletes from
26 nations, mostly European, are
taking part in the games, which
have drawn thousands of spec-
tators. More than 5,000 people
attended the opening ceremony.
At the opening ceremony, the
lighting of the flame was carried
out by Anouk Spitzer, the daugh-
ter of Andre Spitzer, one of the
Israeli athletes who died in the
1972 Munich Olympics attack by
The security measures at the
games here include roadblocks
set up in front of event locations
and around sports facilities, of-
fices and hotels in the area. Con-
crete blocks have been installed
at certain locations to enhance
security as well.
Many sports comprise the
games, including soccer, tennis,
bowling, karate and basketball.
Buenos Aires (JTA) — Argentine
government officials, responding
to intense pressure from the
Catholic Church, have an-
nounced significant revisions to
the country's recently completed
Among the changes, schools in
Argentina are being directed now
to teach evolution as "just a the-
my" and as an alternative to cre-
The controversy here comes at
a time when debate over the
place of religion in American pub-
lic schools has escalated.
President Clinton issued
guidelines last week stipulating
the existing legal parameters on
In Argentina, where there are
more than 200,000 Jews, the
changes called for by the church
and accepted by the government
are being made in the Basic Ed-
ucational Guidelines Project.
The project, a yearlong under-
taking to establish federal con-
tents for the country's schools,
produced guidelines that were in-
troduced in March.
Church leaders came down
harshly on what they called the
contents' "moral relativism" and
Argentine government officials
also consented to church requests
that the "symbolic names" of evo-
lutionists Charles Darwin and
Jean Baptiste Lamarck not be
In addition, the revised basic
guidelines ban sexual education
and the use of the words "sex"
and "sexual" in schools.