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May 06, 1994 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-06

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IT'S LIKE MONEY IN
THE COLLEGE FUND.

The Volvo 940 Wagon features:

Dual Air Bags

LEASE

FOR 24 MONTHS
MONTHS

$2,500 Capitalized
Cost Reduction

Side Impact Protection System • 4-Year/50,000 Mile

Warranty' • 24-Hour On Call Roadside Assistance''

Heated Front Seats • Power Driver's Seat • FourWheel Disc Brakes w/Anti-Lock

System • CFC-Free Air Conditioning • Automatic Front Seat Belt Pretensioners •

Locking Differential for Improved Traction • Power Heated Outside Mirrors • Rear
..... .
Door Child Safety Locks

AM/FM Stereo Cassette

Cruise Control

1994 Volvo

VOLVO

Drive Safely

Don't just think of

this as an afford --
Think of it as a way to help
able way to get a Volvo 940 tiyagon.
get your kids through college. Of course, with safety features like the ones
mentioned above, you can also help them get there safely.

DWY E R

ANDSONS

VOLVO/SUBARU

Maple Rd. West of Haggerty

624-0400

Offered by Volvo Car Finance, Inc. through Dwyer and Sons Volvo/Subaru through June 30, 1994. Subject to credit approval and
availability from existing dealer inventory. Delivery by July 7, 1994 required. Dealer prices will vary and affect customer cost. Capitalized
Cost Reduction may be comprised of dealer and/or customer contribution, as well as trade-in allowance. 'Payment based on a 24
month closed-end lease for a new 1994 945 wagon, with optional Nordic Package and Power Driver's Seat.and leather-faced interi-
or. Requires 24 payments totaling $7,896. Different options and/or term may affect monthly payments. $329 FOR 24 MONTHS BASED
ON A CUSTOMER CAPITALIZED COST REDUCTION OF $2,500. Customer responsible at signing for the capitalized cost reduction,
first monthly payment. and $350 Refundable Security Deposit, totaling $2,679 plus insurance, taxes, title and registration fees.
Customer liable for maintenance and repairs. Option to purchase at lease end for $16,087, plus any official fees and taxes, if not so
purchased, customer responsible for mileage charge of $.15/mile over 15,000 miles per year, excess wear and tear, and a $250 dis-
position fee. 'Whichever comes first. Limited warranty. See your authorized Volvo dealer for details of both leases and limited war-
ranty. 1-1 - 0-Cale is offered in cooperation with Amoco Motor Club. 01994 Volvo Car Finance, Inc. Drive Safely is a trademark of
Volvo Cars of North America, Inc.

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It's Hammer Time!

Huntington Woods women organize construction of
a new community playground.

STEVE STEIN STAFF WRITER

I

f you build, they will come.
Cindy Schwartz and Elise
Levinson are sure of it. That's
why the longtime Huntington
Woods residents and friends are -
spearheading the city-wide effort
to build the Burton Community
Park playground next to Burton
Elementary School.
From May 11-15, hundreds of
residents, former residents and
friends will put down their legal
briefs, scalpels, lecture notes and
laptops and pick up hammers,
rakes, sanders and power saws.
Child care will be available
and three meals a day will be
served. Construction will begin
at 7:30 a.m. each day and last un-
til 8:30 p.m.
Tools will be provided by the
city, residents and local busi-
nesses. Most of the materials also
have been donated.
When the more than 2,000
work shifts, some up to four
hours, have been completed,
Huntington Woods will be the
proud owner of a new 14,000-
square-foot playground.
"It's going to be a party at-
mosphere for five days," says Ms.
Schwartz, 43, who is co-chair-
woman of the Burton Commu-
nity Park Committee along with
Ms. Levinson, 42.
"Even if it rains, we'll be out
there building," Mst Schwartz
added. "It's going to be like a
barn-raising. I don't think any-
thing like this has happened in
Huntington Woods since our
community pool was built in the
early 1960s.
"Everyone has gotten behind
the project. Our city officials and
the Berkley School District have
been fabulous."
The Ithaca, N.Y., architectur-
al firm of Robert S. Leathers and
Associates, which has coordinat-
ed the construction of more than

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700 community-built play-
grounds, designed the Burton
Community Park facility with in-
put from city residents, includ-
ing children and senior citizens.
Representatives from
Leathers and Associates will be
in Huntington Woods next week
supervising the work.
The playground replaces a pre-
vious play area which was re-
moved to make way for the new
equipment. It will include a play
structure, swings, game/picnic

"It's going to be like
a barn-raising."
— Cindy Schwarlz

tables, benches, a tot-lot and an
outdoor classroom. It will be ac-
cessible to the handicapped
through ramps, special surfaces
and handrails.
A new recycled wood/plastic
product from Mobil called Trex
will be used for handrails and
deck areas.
"The residents in our commu-
nity were concerned about child
safety, not harming the environ-
ment, and making the play-
ground intergenerational and
accessible to the handicapped,"
Ms. Levinson said. "We feel we've
addressed all those needs."
The playground and accom-
panying drainage work, which
already has been completed by a
contractor hired by the city, make
up Phase I of the Burton Com-
munity Park project.
Phase II, scheduled to be com-
pleted around Sept. 1, includes
improvements in nearby base-
ball and soccer fields, a quarter-
mile jogging track and the
planting of several trees. This

Photo by Dan iel Lippitt

$329*

AFFORDABLE VOLVO WAGONS.

Elise Levinson and Cindy Schwartz.

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