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December 01, 1995 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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on 1996 ES300 24 Month Buy!
Also includes 90-Day Deferred
First Payment

$999 Down Payment

heated seats • moonroof • CD • LUXURY VALUE PACKAGE




36 month lease
$1,599 Down Payment

Luxuriously Equipped Sedan

Lexus Certified Pre-owned Cars

'93 ES300
Navy, One Owner, CD

'93 GS300
Burgundy, One Owner,

24,000 Miles, Chrome Wheels

Loaded, Only 29,000 Miles

'93 SC400
Gunmetal, One Owner, Low Miles,

Chrome Wheels, Phone, NAK

'93 LS400

Black, One Owner, Chrome
Wheels, Phone, CD, Trac.


Chrome Wheels, CD, More





95 ES300
Black, One Owner, 12,000 Miles,

'93 GS300
Dark Jade, One Owner

Loaded, Only 34,000 Miles

'93 ES300

'94 GS300

Rose Quartz, One Owner, Low
Miles, CD, Chrome Wheels

Cashmere Beige, One Owner,
17,000 Miles, CD, Trac., Much More




*36 month closed end lease. 36,000 mile maximum. 150 per mile over. $450 aqc. fee, $999 cap reduction
on ES300, $1599 on LS400. First monthly payment, tax, title fee. $429 on ES300, $500 on LS400 ref. sec.
dep. due at inception. Purchase option at lease end: $22,471.18 on ES300, $34,482.80 on LS400

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Hold Seminar

Yacht Club
Elects Officers

B'nai B'rith Accountant Unit will
hold its monthly seminar on
Wednesday, Dec. 6, 6 - 9 p.m. at
the Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Speaking will be Leon
LaBrecque from LaBrecque,
Jackson, Price & Roehl, regis-
tered investment advisor. His
topic will be "How to select a su-
per mutual fund."
Members and prospective
members are invited. The cost of
this seminar is $5 for members
and $10 for non-members. For
information or reservations, con-
tact Cindy Posen, (810) 855-1965.

The annual general membership
meeting of the Great Lakes
Yacht Club was held recently.
New flag officers and board
members were elected for the
1996 season.

Camp Judaea
Holds Rally

Camp Young Judaea, an experi-
ence for children ages 8 through
those entering Grade 9 will hold
a rally to explain the programs
available. The camp director will
be on hand to answer questions
and give a presentation. Camp
Young Judaea is located in Wau-
paca, Wisconsin, and is spon-
sored by Hadassah.
The rally will be at Hadassah
House, 5030 Orchard Lake Road,
Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. For in-
formation, call Alysha Beyer,
(313) 994-8500; or Camp Young
Judaea, (312) 338-0943.

Galilee Plans
Dinner, Grab-Bag

Galilee Chapter, Jewish Women
International, will hold its an-
nual pot luck dinner and
Chanukah grab bag meeting 7
p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13, at the
Franklin Pointe clubhouse.
Guest will be Chef Marco Con-
te of Marco's Restaurant in
Members and guests are in-
vited. Reservations must include
a dairy dish and $5 grab-bag
item. Call Faith Miller at 737-
3745; or Elaine Meyers at 737-
2646, by Dec. 10.

B'nai David Hosts
Chanukah Event

Congregation B'nai David and
Jewish Experiences for Families
will host a Chanukah workshop
for families with children ages 23(2.
and older on Sunday, Dec. 17,
from 12:30-3 p.m., at B'nai David.
Family activities will include
make-and-take Chanukah projects,
Chanukah story telling, candle-
lighting, songs and games. A com-
plimentary lunch will be served.
There is no charge, but reser-
vations must be made by Dec. 13
to the synagogue office, 855-5007.

Rodney Faudem

The flag officers elected are:
Rodney Faudem-commodore;
Rudi Straus-vice commodore;
Patti Kommel-rear commodore.
The board of directors elected
are: Barry Safir-treasurer, exec-
utive board; Arnold Gordon-sec-
retary, executive board; Dr.
Lawrence Wenokur-executive
board; Donald Cutler, Barry Se-
mansky, Seymour Kirsch,
Bernard "Robin" Edelson, Arnold
Lantor, Gale Forbes, Charles
New active and social mem-
berships are now being consid-
ered. Call (810) 778-9510 for

Shir Shalom
Concert, Program

Temple Shir Shalom will host a
free family concert, featuring pi-
anist Michael Boriskin, on Sun-
day, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. This concert
is cosponsored by the Cohn-Had-
dad Center for Judaic Studies,
Wayne State University De-
partment of Music, and the
DeRoy Testamentary Founda-
tion Arts and Cultural Fund of
the United Jewish Foundation.
For information, contact Temple
Shir Shalom, (810) 737-8700.
Temple Shir Shalom invites
families of all ages to attend
Ma'at Shabbat (or Little Shab-
bat) on Friday, Dec. 15. Dinner
and program begin at 6:30 p.m.,
at a cost of $8.24 per adult and
$5.15 per child (under 12). The
guest is Chautauqua Express,
presenting a musical show about
Chanukah. The program will be
followed by a 7:30 family service.
Contact Temple Shir Shalom for

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