Celebrate Spring in a New BMW
Warm Up to These
Great Leasing Deals!
Compiled bq Steve Stein
THE RAINBOW CONNEC-
TION, a Michigan non-profit cor-
poration which grants the wishes
of children with chronic and life-
threatening illnesses, is looking
for a part-time director of volun-
This is a 10 to 20 hours per
week volunteer position, but it
may become a paid job. To apply,
call Roxanne Bryan at the Rain-
bow Connection, (810) 651-1261.
THE DATES have been set for
1995 BMW 325i
Fully equipped including electric sunroof, ABS brakes, full leather
interior, all season traction control, power windows, power steering,
power mirrors,dual airbags, alloy wheels and much, much more!
1995 BMW 525ia $499* MO./30 MOS.
Fully equipped including All Season Traction Control, electric
sunroof, ABS brakes, automatic transmission, full leather interior,
remote entry and alarm, on board computer, wood trim, power win-
dows,power steering, power mirrors, dual airbags, alloy wheels and
much, much more!
Square Lake Rd.
G Maple Rd.
Just E. of Telegraph
Michigan's Largest and Most
Experienced BMW Dealer
Family Owned and
Operated Since 1964
10 am-4 pm
OPEN MON. &
UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
* Lease based on a 30 month term, closed end lease, subject to credit approval with BMW Financial
Services. $2500 non-refundable down payment required, title, license, security deposit and use tax
additional. Sec. dep. of $450 for 325i, $550 for 525ia. 10,000 mile allowance per year, 150 over limit.
MSRP of $34,690 for 325ia and $41,660 for 525ia. Option to purchase at end of lease for $21,508 for
325ia and $26, 662 for 525ia. Total of payments equals ad price plus 6% times 30. Offer ends May 31, 1995.
Wednesday, June 7, in the Max
M. Fisher Building in Bloomfield
Hills. He is a member of the
boards of the United Israel Ap-
peal, United Jewish Appeal, Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish
Culture and United Way.
The United Jewish Foundation
works with the Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan Detroit and
its agencies in developing finan-
cial resources for the local Jew-
Reservations for the meeting
are needed by Wednesday, May
24. For information, call the Jew-
ish Federation's Endowment De-
partment, (810) 642-4260.
the third annual "Birmingham's
Best Garage Sale," sponsored by
Chamber of Commerce (BBCC).
The event will be held from 9
a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, HIGH TECHNOLOGY in Is-
and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, rael will be studied firsthand at
Aug 13, in the Chester Street a Thursday, June 29, through
parking structure. New this year Sunday, July 9, seminar which
will be entertainment for children will include meetings and field
Undergraduates, graduate stu-
An enclosed single-space rental
is $105 and an open-air space is dents and working professionals
$85. For rental information, call are eligible to participate in the
the BBCC office, (810) 644-1700. seminar. The early enrollment
deadline is Sunday, May 28.
For information, contact Pro-
STORE WINDOWS at the six
area Jacobson's locations will fessor H.G. Kaufman at Poly-
soon feature casual business at- technic University in Brooklyn,
tire and information on United N.Y., (718) 260-3485, fax (718)
Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Metro- 260-3873.
politan Detroit's fourth annual
Casual Day fund-raiser on Fri- RETAIL 2000, a seminar spon-
sored by the nonprofit Fashion
day, June 16.
For information on Casual Group International organiza-
Day, call UCP of Metropolitan tion, will be held Wednesday, Oct.
25, at the Troy Marriott. Guest
Detroit, (810) 557-5070.
speaker will be retail-industry ex-
pert Watts Wacker.
Fashion Group International's
West Bloomfield marketing, ad-
board of directors includes
vertising, public-relations and
communications corporation regional director Maureen Feder
headed by president Mindy of Clarkston and regional direc-
Freedman, has been selected to tor-elect Patricia Rosen of West
produce the corporate brochures Bloomfield.
for MGM Temporaries and John
A. Reardon & Associates.
MGM Temporaries is a tern-
porary employment firm. John
Reardon & Associates has a safe-
ty-training facility which spe-
Do you have an item for
cializes in hazardous material
"Memos"? Please send it to
handling and fire brigade train-
Steve Stein at The Jewish
ARBOR DRUGS plans to open
nine stores in the Detroit area by
July 31, the end of its fiscal year.
Once all nine are in operation, Ar-
bor will have 168 stores, all in
DAVID SACKS, former presi-
dent and vice-chairman of Joseph
E. Seagram & Sons, will discuss
planned giving at the annual
meeting of the United Jewish
Foundation of Metropolitan De-
Mr. Sacks will speak at 4 p.m.
News, 27676 Franklin,
Southfield, MI 48034. A pic-
ture would be appreciated.
It can be color or black-and-
white, but it must be in focus.
If you wish to have the pic-
ture returned, you must
enclose a self-addressed,