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June 21, 1996 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-21

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credit. Option to purchase at lease end at a price to be de-
termined at inception. 1st month's payment, sec. dep., ape.
tee, tax, title, plates, destination, 6% use tax. Cap cost re-
duction S1125. Total obligation is paymet times term. Lessee
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title, tax, plates, all rebates to dealers.

$299*
36 Months

$999 Down Payment

- 36 mo. lease. $999 cap cost reduction, option to purchase
at lease end determined at lease inception. Plus 1st months
payment, security deport (pymt rounded to nearest S50), S450
acq. fee, tax, title, license. $2,047.54 due at signing. Lessee re-
sponsible for excess wear and tear. 15c per mile over 12,000
miles per year.

B'nai B'rith
Elects Officers

Martin A. Melton, of Brother-
hood Lodge, was elected presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Michigan
Regional Council for 1996-98.
Vice presidents are: Stuart
Novick, Leadership Network
Unit; Steve Kaplan, Brother-
hood Lodge; Joel Kaufman, Cen-
tennial Lodge; Les Perlman,
Real Estate & Construction
Unit, Robbie Sherman, Leader-
ship Network Unit.

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WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

Adat Shalom
Archives Gift

Adat Shalom will relocate its col-
lection of archival materials to
the Wayne State University
Archives of Labor and Urban Af-
fairs at the Walter P. Reuther
Library. Historical records and
photos dating back to 1943 will
soon be moved out of a syna-
gogue storage area to an
archives section of the Ruether
Library.

UJA Cabinet
Appointments

(810) 354-3300

• Motorola Phone and
Pager

CVS chairperson-Karen Safran;
Hillel chairperson-Jeff Cymerint;
J.C. Council/Federation chair-
person-Caryn Weingarden;
newsletter chairperson-Robert
Mills; PAN chairperson-Michael
Kahan; sports coordinator-Alan
Schwarz; and chaplain-Steven J.
Cohen.

Marvin Dubrinsky of Cen-
tennial Lodge was elected
recording secretary; Joe Marwil
of Morgenthau L' Chayim
Lodge, assistant recording sec-
retary; and Jay Gerber of
Accountants Unit, council trea-
surer.
Trustees of the council are:
Sheri Benkoff, Leadership
Network Unit; Mike Fishman,
Centennial Lodge; Lorne
Gold, Leadership Network; Gary
Morof, Real Estate and
Construction Unit; Leonard
Nagel, Accountants Unit; Bruce
Nosanchuck, Downtown Fox
Lodge; Jerry Olson, Zager/Stone
/Tucker/Grant Lodge; and Lila
Zorn, Zager/Stonefrucker/Grant
Lodge.
Installation of officers will be
held Wednesday, June 26, at
Adat Shalom Synagogue. For
reservations and information
contact the council, (810) 855-
8580.

New Board
For Leadership

The Leadership Network has
elected its 1996-97 executive
board. The new board is as
follows: president-Sheri A.
Benkoff; vice president mem-
bership-Joel Young; vice presi-
dent programming-Mark Levine;
vice president finance-Nancie
Rakotz; vice president commu-
nications-Barb Tunick; record-
ing secretary-Beth Davidow;
ADL chairperson-Joanne Klain;
BBYO chairperson-Paul Gaba;

Eight metropolitan Detroiters
were recently honored and
appointed to fill regional and
national positions within
the United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Cabinet.
The appointments took place at
a national meeting in Bethesda,
Md.
Mitchell Mondry was named
Midwest Regional UJA Men's
Leadership Cabinet member-
ship chairman; Ron Klein,
National UJA Young Leader-
ship Cabinet Retreat chairman;
Steven Schanes, Midwest region
recruitment chairman for the
Chazak Young Leadership
Mission; Stacey Crane, Cam-
paign co-chairman for the
Midwest Leadership Retreat;
Suzan Folbe Curhan, program-
ming co-chairman for the
Midwest Leadership Conference
Cabinet Campaign chairman;
Judge Helene White, Detroit
Area UJA Women's Young
Leadership Cabinet chairman;
Mitchell Mondry and Arthur
Horwitz, Detroit Area UJA
Men's Young Leadership Cabi-
net co-chairmen.
The UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet was created as a means
of identifying, recruiting, edu-
cating, and training young men
and women of proven leadership
abilities, with the potential to be
future leaders of the American
Jewish community. Cabinet
alumni, who number close to
2,000 have assumed leadership
roles with UJA, Council of Jew-
ish Federations and the Board
of Governors of the Jewish
Agency.
To learn more about the
UJA Young Leadership Cabinet,
call Marianne Milgrom at the
Jewish Federation, (810) 642-
4260.

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