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October 27, 1995 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-27

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MEL FARR

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"EQUITY TRADE PROGRAM"
TRADE IN YOUR PRESENT VEHICLE
WITH US TODAY REGARDLESS OF
HOW MUCH YOU OWE!.

GURITY ATILOAIRM

TOYOTA
MAZDA • VW

LINCOLN
MERCURY

NEW '96 TOYOTA CAMRY LE OR NEW '96 MAZDA 626 LX

'95 CLEARANCE SALE

it.52198, pkg., 691A. luily loaded, 30,000 miles
closed end lease. $1000 rebate down, $325 sec. dep.

1L51994, pkg., 371A, Fully loaded, 30,000 miles
closed end lease. Zero down, plus 1st mo. & $300 dep.

LEASE 24 MOS.
#0021, Auto, air. alarm, sunroof, gold
pkg , wood grain dash & more! $1,750
down, $225 sec. dep.

LEASE 36 MOS.
10001, Auto, pwr., moonrool, air.
loaded! $1 750 down, $225 sec. dep.

NEW '95 MAZDA PROTEGE

ew 95 GRAND MARQ

1L52026, pkg., 157A, fully loaded, 30.000 miles,
$1000 rebate, $450 sec. dep.

LEASE 30 MOS.
p6395, auto, air, CD player, or moonroof, Am/Fm/Cass. & more! $1,750
down, $200 sec. dep.

EASES

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TWO LOVES page 117

59*
4 MoS.423Mo

CALL NOW! 24 HOUR INFORMATION CENTER
4178
Highland Rd.
Waterford

1.800-MEL-FARR

* All prices plus tax, title, plate, tic., doe., and destination or acquisition fees. All prices include rebates assigned lo dealer. All advertised pymts. are with 20% down unless otherwise specified Leases all require 1st mo. & sec. dep. plus
down pymt. Based on conventional financing. To get pymt. multiply by no. of mos. Option to purchase at lease end for predetermined amt. Pnce detemaned at lease inception. 15,000 mile/yr. hrnit on leases. 11c per mile excess (12,000
milestyr. limit on Import leases, 10c mile excess). Import store lease pymts. include all rebates and customer cash assigned to dealer. See dealer for details. Lessee responsible for excessive wear 8 tear. Free towing within 5 miles with
repair only. Invoice prices do not reflect holcbacks.Dealer not responsible for typographical errors. Pictures may not represent actual vehicles on sale. Prior sales excluded. Dealer financing on select vehicles only. Others require con-
ventional credit approval. ACustomer must meet min. down pymt. requirements for approved credit w/ FMCC. Valid on 2 or 3 yr. Red Carpet Leases only. Valid on new vehicle leases only. On vehicles of greater value than pay-off of
trade-in. Difference between cash value & of trade & pay-off amt. will be added to cost of new lease. Pymts. on lease may increase accorcingly. The difference may be paid. up front w/ down pymt. on lease if customer chooses.SALE
ENDS FRIDAY, Nov. 3, 1995 at 6 p.m.. +Mel Farr Automotive Group offers a free home security system to every new & used car customer at the time of delivery. Offer through Guardian Alarm Company, Southfield, MI. Optional equip-
ment not included in basic pkg. is available from Guadan Alarm co. Customers receiving free alarm system work directly with Guarckan Alarm to arrange installation. Certificates are transferable.

And Weeks of Our MOVIIG SALE

to know the abilities of your crew.
Following that, I like to face the
storm, try to take things to the
limit and see what the boat can
do." The most agonizing part of
racing, she says, is sitting end-
lessly in a boat with no wind.
A winter job teaching skiing
at Alpine Valley in Milford led to
a position as a snowboard in-
structor in Snowmass. By teach-
ing the most returning students,
she earned the title of top in-
structor and accepted the job of
snowboard supervisor following
a knee injury. "In addition to su-
pervising over 100 instructors, I
have to keep the guests happy
and find all the lost children,"
Julee says.
Her biggest frustration in sail-
ing was earning respect in a
male-dominated sport. She en-
joys the diversity of her two jobs,
and makes a natural transition
between the two programs.
As to future plans, she says, "I
don't know how long I'll do this,
but I hope to pass my skills on to
my children some day. My par-
ents encouraged me to be proud
of what I do, and I set my stan-
dards high. Both my parents and
grandparents are hard working,
so it must be in the blood."
So, it appears, are sailing and
skiing. ❑

Bowling Scores

Jewish War Veterans
Jeffrey Burg 225; Allen Klegon 211-201;
Eli Serour 209; Mitchell Epstein 206-203.

YOUR LAST CHANCE
TO SAVE...

'*1,

k= N

Ben Lusky Traveling League
Allan Salomon 843/243-215; Wayne
Lusky 821/224-220; Alan Borsen
818/223-202; Howard Davidow 816/200-
202-235; Ron Lustig 258; Rob Greenfield
245; Steve Lusky 225; Mitch Lefton 224-
201;Jeff Eisenberg 219-203; Larry Sand-
ler 218; Ron Walton 214-200; Phil Elkus
213-212; Cy Rott 213; Shel Onickel 211;
Richard Harris 210-202; Steve Elkus 210;
Mickey Aronoff 205; Dean Fine 205; Clem
Baggelman 204; David Edelman 203;
Allan Oleinick 200; Lou Dorfman 200.

Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
Ken Brown 660/245-236; Howard Waxer
643/234-224; Sandy Mandeell 626/256-
211; Dennis Eder 622/247; Howard Kuret-
sky 622/225-208; Steve Achtman 243;
Andy Rubin 235; Ken Gold 233; Mark
Feinberg 232; Steve Fine 224; Howard
Levin 222; Steve Weinberg 216; Bruce
Weberman 213; Larry Schon 213; Barry
Fishman 213; Mike Lieberman 212; Gary
Klinger 212; Dave Radner 211.

Zeiger Gross
Lee Weinstein 222; Jim Boschan 214.

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Downtown/Fox

Jeff Sprague 682/247-233-202; Shel
Rakotz 644/245-212; Nancy Rakotz
619/238-207; Sy Zate 606/201-213; Ken
Gross 601/205-209; Kevin Elbinger 248;
Barry Roffman 222; Robin Blumberg 214;
Bob Weiss 210; David Little 203; Dan Niss
202;Steve Saltz 200; Ami Reiter 200; Ivan
Glasser 200; Jeff Cymerint 200.

Pisgah
Howard Leshman 703/257-257; Allan
Salomon 648/243-217; Alan Borsen
645/201-254; Bryan Levine 635/242-245;
Mark Goodman 625/205-236; Howard
Waxer 618/203-212-203; Keith Kingston
613/220; Mitch Finkel 611/219-217; Barry
Fishman 606/224; Lyle Schaefer 603/236;
Ron Goodman 237; Mark Schwartz 216;
Rob Greenfield 215; Allen Zuppke 211;
Steve Elkus 210-200; Larry Horn 210; Jeff
Eisenberg 209; Mort Friedman 203; Mike
Kent 202.



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Dr. Baruch Gur is greeted at the Lion of Judah Allied Jewish Campaign kickoff by
Women's Division officers President Linda Z. Klein, Campaign Chairman Edie
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