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November 07, 2003 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-07

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114V"‘"''

ARE YOU PUZZLED?

Are you good at word searches,
mazes, secret codes? Then
AppleTree's "Are You Puzzled?" is
perfect for you!
If you solve this week's challenge
(open to adults and children of all
ages), send your solution, along
with your name and city of resi-
dence, to arrive no later than
Tuesday, Nov. 11 to: I Found It!
do AppleTree, The Jewish News,
29200 Northwestern Highway,
Suite 110, Southfield, MI 48034.
Or. E-mail your solution to:

paljoey@earthlinknet

We'll print the names of everyone
who solves the puzzle in AppleTree.

c

No Way Out?

an you solve this strange
riddle?
'
The Simchat Torah party
lasted way into the night. Part of
the fun included a game of hide-
and-go-seek.
Rachel went into a room in the
temple basement and soon found
herself so tired that she sat down
and fell asleep. When she awoke
about an hour later, Rachel tried
to leave the room but was horri-
fied to find that the door had
been locked from outside. She
had no key, and there were no
windows.
Fortunately, Rachel was a clever
girl. She looked about and saw a
piano, a table and a baseball bat.
"Terrific!" she said. "There are
not one but four ways to leave
this room!" What did she do?

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Esther Citron,
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Dorothy
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Berkley
Lilly and Carol
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Rachel Kapen,
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Stacey Kaplan,
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Irene Lusky,
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Jack Resnick,
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Susie SaRaquse,
Waterford
Betty Silverman,
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