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March 11, 1994 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-11

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STK# 251614

24 month
Smartlease

24 month
Smartlease
PLUS

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$42 5 w/ $1000 down

$10,849**

SINGLE UP FRONT
PAYMENT

382 w/ $2000 down

Morton Zieve

STK# 809706

3 TO CHOOSE FROM

$579*wt $0 down
24 month
Smartlease $535*wi $1000 down
92 w/ $2000 down

$12,300

..

24 month
Smartlease
PLUS
SINGLE UP FRONT

PAYMENT

$558*wt $0 down

24 month
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Smartlease

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w/ $1000 down

$4 71w/ $2000 down

OR

24 month
Smartlease
PLUS
SINGLE UP FRONT
PAYMENT
STK# 608190

$12,200**

*GMAC SMARTLEASE 24 months. First pymt. plus $500 ref. sec. dep., down
pymt. as shown above; plate or transfer fee due on delivery. State & Lux.
tax additional. Mile limitation of 30,000. 100 per mile excess charge over
limitation. Lessee has option to purchase at lease end. To get total payments,
multiply payment by number of months. — Based on GMAC SMARTLEASE
PLUS 24 month one single up front payment. plus $500 ref. sec. dep. plus
plates or transfer due on deliv-
New addition IR
ery. Luxury tax additional. Mile
limitation of 30,000. 100 per mile
excess charge over limitation.
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Lessee has option to purchase
at lease end.

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If traveling west on 1-696, exit Hoover, follow Service Drive to RINKE.

If traveling east on 1-696, exit Van Dyke; take second bridge past Van Dyke over expressway to RINKE.

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MASTER

DEALER

DEMCATED TO
EXCILLENCV

— MORTON ZIEVE of
Bloomfield Hills, chairman of
Simons-Michelson-Zieve Ad-
vertising, was inducted into the
Michigan Chapter of the Na-
tional Academy of Television
Arts and Sciences' Silver Circle.
Membership in the circle is
limited to television profession-
als whose careers span at least
25 years and who have made
significant contributions to
Michigan television. Mr.
Zieve's commercials have won
Clio, Emmy, Addy and Telly
awards.
— MARILYN BERMAN
HABSBURG of West Bloom-
field has been named to the
board of directors of Kenny Re-
hab, a non-profit organization
which provides services, educa-
tion and advocacy for persons
with mobility impairments.
Ms. Berman Habsburg, the
director/owner of a public rela-
tions firm, formerly was the di-
rector of corporate affairs for
four years with Weight Watch-
ers Group Inc.
— FLORINE MARK, pres-
ident and CEO of Weight
Watchers Group, Inc., has been
appointed a board member of
the Detroit branch of the Fed-
eral Reserve Bank of Chicago
for a three-year term. The
branch provides financial ser-
vices to financial institutions
and the U.S. government.
— ELLEN HECHLER of
Farmington Hills, a mathe-
matics teacher at Ruddiman
Middle School in Detroit, has
been invited to conduct a work-
shop at the Central Regional
Conference of the National
Council of Teachers of Mathe-
matics. The workshop is slat-
ed for March 24-26 in Bismarck,
N.D.
Ms. Heckler will discuss her
mathematics teaching manual,
Simulated Real-Life Experiences
Using Classified Ads in the
Classroom, which she wrote and
published to improve the math
skills of middle school students.

— STUART A. LEBEN-
BOM has been appointed a
member of the Oakland Coun-
ty Mental Health Services
Board by county commission-
ers. Mr. Lebenbom will contin-
ue to serve as a special assistant
attorney general for the state of
Michigan.
— JACK CAMINKER of
J.C. Enterprises has been elect-
ed to the board of directors of the
Building Owners and Managers
Association of Metropolitan De-
troit.
— NANCY L. STEIN of
Southfield and JEFFRIE K.
CAPE of West Bloomfield have
been appointed district man-
agers by Family Service, a Unit-
ed Way agency serving families
through counseling, education,
advocacy and training. Ms.
Stein heads the Trenton offices.
Ms. Cape is manager for the
Livonia offices.

Dulcie Rosenfeld

— DULCIE ROSENFELD
is co-chairing the first Women's
Power Breakfast, an event de-
signed to raise funds and gain
awareness for the Gleaners
Community Food Bank of
Greater Detroit. It is scheduled
for March 16 at the Detroit
Club.
"We hope the breakfast will
harvest new resources for
Gleaners and the fight against
hunger," Ms. Rosenfeld said.
More than 350 women have
been invited to attend.
— PAULA BASS, a Bloom-
field Hills Andover High School
graduate, has been named pres-
ident of KBC Tools Inc. She
heads the company's North
American operations and shell
oversee the opening of a sixth
branch in St. Louis. From 1990-
93, Ms. Bass was KBC's vice
president of marketing.
— SUSAN BARENHOLTZ,
president of Office Management
Consultants in Troy, has been
elected director of the American
Society for Training and Devel-
opment's National Secretarial

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