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August 09, 2002 - Image 26

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-09

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RINKE CADILLAC

News Digest

85

Years
And Still Delivering

"The Fusion of
Design and Technology"

NEWS DIGEST

from page 24

ing it to an entity that has some
. track record, that has a degree of
accountability, that has the ability to
enforce security," that's "one thing.
"If you're making a deal and yield-
ing territory to an entity that cannot
or will not do that, and there is no
question but that the Palestinian
Authority have been involved with
terrorist activities, so that makes it a
difficult interlocutor."

2003 Cadillac
CTS
Stk. # 117542

GM Employees and eligible
family members

36 Mo. Lease

Israel To Buy

$359/1110.+ tax

with $2,771 due at signing

Turkish Water

OR

Jerusalem/JTA — Israel plans to
import 1 billion cubic meters of
water from Turkey during the next
20 years. During a meeting between
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the
visiting Turkish energy minister
Tuesday, the two nations signed a
deal for Israel to import some 20
million cubic meters a year.
This amounts to about 2.5 percent
of Israel's annual fresh water con-
sumption, the Israeli daily Hdaretz
reported. The paper said the deal
would be worth between $800 mil-
lion to $1 billion over the period of
the contract.

GM Employee GMAC
Smartlease Plus

(1 Time Payment)
for a 24 month lease

$10,662 + tax Non-GM Employees,
36 Mo. Lease

$399/mo. + tax

GMAC Smartlease Plus

OR

with $2,871 due at signing

(1 time payment)

for a 24 month lease

$12,116 + tax

*GMAC SmartLease 36 months, no security deposit required. Plate or transfer fee due on delivery. State and lux. tax additional, limitation of 12,000
miles per year, 20c/mile excess. Lessee has option to purchase at lease end for pre-determined amount. To get total payments, multiply by the number of months.
Must be eligible for current Cadillac lease loyalty program.

Hungarian Jews
Undercounted?

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Look for the fall issue of

in your mailbox and on newsstands the week of

August

26, 2002.

8/ 9

2002

26

Great fall fashions, a romantic dinner party, a Michigan Design Center
Stylemaker, the ultimate social calendar and lots more!

Budapest/JTA — The number of Jews
living in Hungary is "drastically high-
er" than the 13,000 reported in last
year's census, according to Hungarian
Jewish leader Peter Tordai.
A Hungarian newspaper also
reported that sociologist Andras
Kovacs estimated that the number of
Jews currently living in Hungary is
between 100,000 and 120,000.

Palestinian
Rips Arafat

Gaza City/JTA — A Palestinian leg-
islator accused Yasser Arafat of
bribery.
According to the Israeli daily
Hdaretz, which cited an interview in
the weekly publication of the Muslim
Brotherhood in Jordan, Mu'awiyeh
Masri blasted Arafat and other top
Palestinian Authority officials.
Masri accused them of corruption,
misuse of P.A. funds and acting out
of "personal interests, not for the
good of the Palestinian people."

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