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September 09, 1989 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-09

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IMPECCABLE CREDENTIALS:
LYN ST. JAMES AND ROLEX

Passing the tests of speed, stamina, and skill, Lyn St. James is the first
woman to exceed 200 miles an hour on an oval race track. She is the
holder of thirteen closed course speed records and a winner at the ?4
Hours of Daytona endurance GTO race. Lyn maintains a hectic schedule
off the race track. She owns a business, travels the country as an auto-
motive consultant and yet still finds time to relax playing classical piano.
Keeping her on time is her Rolex R Lady Datejust" Oyster Perpetual " R •
Self-winding and pressure-proof down to 330 feet.

Only t our Official Rolex Jeweler.

777-- f:- ..•;=

"77Z / _577,47/74s-

JULES R. SCHUBOT

jewellers— gemologists

3001 West Big Beaver Road • Suite 112 • Troy, Michigan 48084 • (313) 649-1122

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