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June 21, 1996 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-21

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Aim, Arbor comes to West Bloomfield!
One of Michigan's finest A-Irt Festivals!

Free Admission

2nd Annual

Presented by:

West Bloomfield

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Featuring 250 high caliber
artists and contemporary
craftsmen from over 35 states

They Say It's Your Birthday

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West Bloomfield
Chamber of Commerce

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June 29 & 30

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Your Tribute Gift helps the agency serve people of all ages,
lifestyles and circumstances.

To phone in a Tribute Gift or for convenient Tribute Order
Forms, please call (810) 559-1500.

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specific agency services. Please call 559-1500 for additional
information.

Minimum Tribute Card donation remains only $5.00/card.

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE
24123 Greenfield Road • Soufhfielcl, MI 48075 • (810) 559-1500
6960 Orchard Lake Road • Suite 202 • West Bloomfield, MI 48322 • (810) 737-5055

Between "Tonight Show" tapings, Jay Leno manages to be the maven of antique
cars and will serve as grand marshal for the National Auto100 Parade in Detroit on
Sunday.

at's all the hoopla about?
In 1896, brothers Charles
E. and J. Frank Duryea es-
Vta blished the Duryea Mo-
tor Wagon Co. in Springfield,
Mass., and the first automobile
company in America was born.
The company manufactured 13
identical machines, the first in-
stance of serial production of
American cars. Today, the only
surviving one of these little horse-
less-carriage wonders is on exhibit
at Henry Ford Museum as part of
the "Automobile in American Life”
exhibition.
But what if the Duryea broth-
ers, on that immortal day in 1896,
hadn't come out with the first car,
the Duryea? What impact has the
car had on American life and cul-
ture? The American Automobile
Centennial Commission (AACC)
wants you to know.
"One in seven jobs in America
is related to the automotive in-
dustry," says AACC President
Jeff Smith. So, throughout the
country, communities are host-
ing parades, festivals, exhibits
and displays in a week-long cele-
bration as part of the year-long
100th anniversary salute to cars,
cars, cars.
Here's what's happening in the
World's Motor Capital:

Friday, June 21, 7:30 p.m. —
The Contours Concert — Mo-
town's own will perform a pre-
Corel Great Race concert at the
Southfield Civic Center Pavilion.
$10. Doors open at 7 p.m. (810)
353-6444.

Friday, June 21-SUnday,
June 23, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. — The
24th Annual Sloan Museum
Summer Antique Auto Fair
— More than 1,000 antique, clas-
sic and special-interest cars are
brought together on the grounds
of the Flint Cultural Center. (810)
760-1169.

Saturday, June 22, 10 a.m.-10
p.m. — The Great American
Cruise-In — Car collectors from
around the country are making
the national road trip to create
the largest gathering of antique
and classic cars in history. Michi-
gan State Fairgrounds. (313) 832-
1996.

Saturday, June 22, 6:30 p.m.
— Centennial Gala Dinner —
A historic tribute to America's
love affair with the automobile
and special remarks by "Tonight
Show" host Jay Leno. Detroit
Cobo Center. (313) 832-1996.

Sunday, June 23, 1:00 p.m. —

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