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May 24, 1996 - Image 177

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-24

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VOLVO

Rabbi Irons
Gives Lecture

KEEP IT SIMPLE SALE

THE 1996 VOLVO 850 SPORTSWAGON. LOADED WITH WHAT MATTERS

With its responsive 5-cylinder DOHC 168-hp engine, 4-wheel ABS and rack-and-

pinion steering, the 1996 front-wheel-drive Volvo 850 Sportswagon will expand your ide

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of a sports car—by 67 cubic feet of carrying space. Drive safely.

$1295

Down. Includes all fees,
security dep., first payment

$399

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VOLVO

Maple Rd. West of Haggerty

624-0400

36 Mo. Closed-end lease, 15¢ per mile over 36,000, purchase option $20,102, total

obligation = payment x 36, license plates are additional.

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KEEP IT SIMPLE SALE

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CHOOSE FROM
10 IN STOCK

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• New '96 L. Legacy Wagon
• All-Wheel Drive
• Auto Trans • Much More

$3000

Down. Includes all fees, taxes,
security deposit, first payment

$11

*per month.
Payment includes T ax

*24-month closed-end lease. 100 per mile over 24,000. Total obligation = pymt. x 24. Purchase option $14,721. Lessee
resp. for excess wear & tear. Offer ends 5-30-96. No coupons apply. License plates are additional.

Open 'di 9 p.m.
on Mondays & Thursdays;
and
Saturdays until 4 p.m.

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She was actively involved in the
reorganization of Shir Tikvah's
Religious School.
Marshall Loewenstein is a
fifth generation member of
Temple Beth El. He is a mem-
ber of Temple Beth El's Board
of Trustees and its executive
board. He is president and CEO
of Loewenstein Poultry and
Game. He serves on the board
of the Jewish Community Cen-
Blanche and Alan ter. Phyllis Loewenstein was a
Phyllis Strome
Mindlin
board member of Temple Beth
El for six years and has served
on the Religious School and the
Worship and Ritual Commit-
tees. She is a life member of
Hadassah and is involved with
the City of Southfield's Ice
Show.
The Mindlins were one of the
original founding 30 families of
Temple Shir Shalom in 1988.
Alan Mindlin has served Shir
Shalom as a trustee, secretary,
treasurer and since 1994, pres-
Judith and Jack
Gail Jutkowitz
ident. He is a board member of
Nolish
the Oakland County Medical
Society. Blanche Mindlin has
served Shir Shalom in numer-
ous capacities, including chair-
ing the Ritual and Worship
Committee, the Bylaws Com-
mittee and the 1994 Fundrais-
ing Committee. She is
president- elect of the Michigan
State Medical Society Alliance
and a life member of Hadassah.
Judy and Jack Nolish be-
came members of Temple
Phyllis and
Harriett and Morton
Emanu-El in 1983. After serv-
Marshall
Freedman
ing as a trustee and membership
Loewenstein
vice-president, Mr. Nolish be-
Shir Shalom in West Bloomfield.
came president of Temple
Funds from the event help to Emanu-El in 1988. He is a past
support youth, camping, out-
president of the Huntington
reach and other special activities Woods Residents Association.
of the reform movement.
Mrs. Nolish has served Temple
This year's honorees are Har- Emanu-El as administrative
riett and Morton Freedman of vice-president and as sisterhood
Temple Israel; Gail Jutkowitz of president. She is a recipient of
> Congregation Shir Tikvah; Phyl- the Women of Reform Judaism's
lis and Marshall Loewenstein of Service Pin. She is religious vice-
Temple Beth El; Blanche and Dr.
president of Temple Emanu-El.
Alan Mindlin of Temple Shir
Phyllis Strome is a former
Shalom; Judith and Jack Nolish
president of Temple Kol Ami. She
of Temple Emanu-El; and Phyl- has headed numerous commit-
lis Strome of Temple Kol Ami.
tees at her temple including so-
Harriett and Morton Freed-
cial action and the 25th
man are 35 year members of Anniversary Committee. She
\ Temple Israel. They have served chairs the temple's caring com-
/D on Temple Israel's Board of munity.
Trustees and have been youth
group advisers for many years.
The Freedmans have been active
with Israel bonds and are Quar-
ter Century members of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign. Mrs.
Freedman volunteers at Provi- The Jewish Community Center
• dence Hospital and has served
and Mr. Fred Ferber will host a
• on its board. She is a life mem-
lecture 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 28,
ber of Sinai Hospital, Hadassah
at the Janice Charach Epstein
and the National Council of Jew- Museum Gallery. Rabbi Shmuel
ish Women. Mr. Freedman is a Irons will speak on "The Secret
Shriner and a life member of the Of True Happiness." Light re-
Masons.
freshments will be served.
Gail Jutkowitz has been a
Rabbi Irons is a Talmudic
member of Congregation Shir
scholar, the dean of the Kollel In-
Tikvah for 11 years. She has sat stitute of Greater Detroit and di-
on the board of trustees and has
rector of the Jewish Heritage
chaired numerous committees.
Foundation.

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