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"EQUITY TRADE PROGRAM"
TRADE IN YOUR PRESENT VEHICLE
WITH US TODAY REGARDLESS OF
HOW MUCH YOU OWE!*
• TOYOTA •
MAZDA • VW
NEW 5 COUGAR XR 7
NEW '95 TOYOTA CAMRY LEA
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Cites SACC Volunteers
#776, auto, air, AM/FM/cass./CD changer, pwr. moonrool, alloy wheels,
pwr. pkg., all weather tires and more! $1750 down, $250 sec. dep.
NEW '95 TOYOTA MURIA
LEAS51 A c*
"12 AT SIMILAR SAVINGS"
30 Mos. 'funk--
/742, auto, air, Am/Fm/Cass., rear defrost, pwr. moonrool and morel
$1750 down, $175 sec. dep.
#50954 V8, Leather, loaded! $7322 down, $325 sec. dep.
S. Telegraph Rd.
*Equity Trade Program valid only on new vehicle leases (24 mos. or 36 mos.) of greater value than payoff of trade in. With approved credit. Some deals may require additional down payment. Certain restrictions apply. All
prices plus tax, title, plate, tic., doc., destination, freight Al acquisition lees. All prices include rebates assigned to dealer. All advertised pymts. are with 20% down unless otherwise specified. Leases all require 1st mo. sec.
clop. plus down paymt. based on cony. financing. To get total pymt. multiply pyml. by no. of mos. Option to purchase at lease end for predetermined awl. Price determined at lease inception. 15,000 miles per yr. limit on
leases. 110mile excess (12000 miles, t0C on Imports) Lessee responsible for excessive wear & tear. Sale ends Friday, April 29, 1995, at 6 p.m.
1765 S. Telegraph Rd. Bloomfield Hills
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NEW '95 PROTEGE
NEW '95 626 LX
16395 auto, air, AM/FM cass./CD player, moonrool, rear defrost. $1750
down, $150 sec. dep.
16284, auto, air, pwr. pkg., AM/FM cass., leather, CD player, pwr., moon-
roof and more! $1750 down, $200 sec. dep.
ALL IEW '95 MIATA
#6570, 5 speed, AM/FM cass., all weather tires, air and more! $1750
down, $200 sec. dep.
/6387, auto air, leather, CD changer, pwr. moonrool, alloy wheels, heated seats,
AM/FM cass., leather wrap steering wheel and more! $1750 down, $350 sec. dep.
WE PAY OFF YOUR TRADE
etsy Winkelman saw the advertised in synagogue and tem-
move of residents from ple bulletins. Fifty-four volun-
Borman Hall to Menorah teers signed up to help the
House as an opportunity residents who did not have fam-
ilies to help them through the
to help others.
As chairperson of the Social move. Meetings were held and
Action Committee Council the volunteers met with the res-
(SACC), an arm of the Jewish idents for the first time.
"It was more of a social call to
Community Council, Ms. Winkel-
man and her associates went to meet their resident," Ms. Winkel-
work. Council mem-
bers, representing the
tees of area temples,
then gathered volun-
teers who would be
paired with residents
to smooth the transi-
tion between the two
For their efforts on
the "Adopt a Resident"
program, SACC was
Group of the Year" by
the Jewish Home for
Aged at a luncheon
"I was surprised. I
didn't know there was
such an award," said
"The 'Adopt a Resi-
dent' program was ex- cp
when the residents °
transferred from Bor-
man to Menorah," said Scott Aaronson with resident Norman Richman
Janet Antin of Meno- during the move.
rah House. "It gave us
the lead to start our own 'Adopt man said.
On the day of the move, some
a Resident' program using mem-
bers of the community as well as of the volunteers stayed with the
residents to accompany them on
The efforts of the group began the trip to their new home. Oth-
last year when the move was er volunteers came later to visit
announced, she said. A member with the residents and give them
of the Congregation Shaarey plants which were purchased by
Zedek social-action committee the Jewish Home for Aged Aux-
brought the idea to a meeting of iliary.
Some volunteers have re-
"We thought we really should turned regularly, having made
see if there is some way to do friendships with the residents.
"It was a wonderful effort be-
some good work for the people
who are moving," she said. cause it brought so many people
"These are exactly the kinds of together," Ms. Winkelman said.
things that social-action com- "There was a need and people re-
mittees get involved in."
The group called friends and
#L51365, 26A pkg., pwr. antenna, keyless and light group. $3500 down
including $500 RCL cash, $225 sec. dep.
JILL DAVIDSON SKLAR STAFF WRITER
REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH YOU OWE!
pymt. Based on conventional financing. To get total pymt.
• All prices plus tax, title, plate, tic., doc., destination & acquisition tees. Leases all require 1st mo. and sec. dep. plus down
multiply pmts by no. of mos. Option to purchase at lease end for predetermined amt. Price determined at lease inception. 12,000 miles per yr. limit on leases. 10¢ per excess miles.
Lessee responsible for excess wear and tear.
down pymt. requirements for approved credit with FMCC. Valid on 2 or 3 yr. Red Carpet leases only. Sale ends Saturday, April 29, 1995 at 6 p.m.
A Customer must meet minimum
For complimentary tickets to the Beged Kefet concert 3:30
p.m. May 7 at Temple Israel, the correct number to call is
A quote in the April 21 issue from Elizabeth O'Neill, the
woman who helps New Americans, should have read: "My
husband and I want to stop prejudice whenever possible and
let people know there are those who will help without com-
pensation," instead of with compensation.