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July 12, 2002 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-12

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FREED's

SEMI-ANNUAL

Custom Shop Sale
30% - 80% OFF

Every Spring/Summer
2002 item is

ON SALE

Includes Canada's,
Italy's and Germany's
top design names

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Repeatable items and new fall originals excluded

CLOTHING FOR MEN & WOMEN

5 MINUTES FROM THE TUNNEL. TAKE RIVERSIDE DRIVE EAST PAST
CASINO. 8 BLOCKS TO GLADSTONE, TURN RIGHT 7 OLKS TO FREEDS

www.freeds.com

MON. TO WED. 9-6, THURS. & FRI. 9-9
SAT. 9-6 • SUN. 12-4

VLSA

CLOSED MON. July 1ST • OPEN THURS. JULY 47H 1111.111.. -

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JEWISH
RENAISSANCE

PUBLISHER

Arthur M. Horwitz
ahorwitz@thejewishnews.com

Associate Publisher
David M. Neill
dneill@thejewishnews.com

Sales Director
Jim Cohen

Sales Coordinators
Kristen M. Komlen
Mina Vickers

Senior Account Executive
Danny Raskin
dannyraskin@mindspring.com

Account Executives
Bonnie Brown
Kathy Johnson
Stacey Kives
Tina Lee
Sue Maniloff
Heidi Martin
Rick Nessel
Dharlene Norris
Melissa Wolf-Litvin

Classified Sales Coordinator
Barbara Lopez

Classified Sales Representatives
Elizabeth Friedman
Jan Haskell

BUSINESS OFFICES:

Business & Systems Manager
Brigette Thompson
bthompson@thejewishnews.com

Administrative Assistant
Rita Geiringer

look no further than the 2002 Chevy TrailBlazer.

As the world's most powerful midsize SUY(I),

TrailBlazer has the Yortec 4200 engine, a six-

cylinder. powerplant that serves up 270

horsepower... more power than any of its Y8

DEPARTMENTS:

NEWS DESK:
Story Development Editor
Keri Guten Cohen
kcohen@thejewishnews.com

Staff Wrirer/Online Columnist
Harry Kirsbaum
hkirsbaum@thejewishnews.com

Staff Writers
Shelli Dorfman
sdorfinan@thejewishnews.com

Sharon Luckerman
sluckerm@thejewishnews.com

News Desk Assistant
Sy Manello
smanello@thejewishnews.com

COPY DESK:
Senior Copy Editor
David Sachs
dsachs@thejewishnews.com

Copy Editor/Education Writer
Diana Lieberman
cllieberrn@thejewishnews.com

Copy Desk Assistant
Bobbi Charnas
bcharnas@thejewishnews.com

Contributing Editor
Bob Menaker
bmenaker@atliewishtimes.com

AppleTree Editor
Elizabeth Applebaum
paljoey@earthlink.net

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Fax: 248-539-3064
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 a.m.

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Fax: 248-539-3075

Display Advertising
248-539-3001
Fax: 248-539-3064
Deadline: Monday, 4:30 p.m.

Editorial - '
248-539-3001
Fax: 248-539-3075
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announcements must be
typewritten, double-spaced and
received by Thursday noon,
eight days prior to desired dare
of publication.

Subscriptions:
1 year
2 years
Per year out-of-state
Per year foreign

©COPYRIGHT 2002
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Assistant Production Manager
Zina Bahrou

MARKETING:

Chairman
Michael H. Steinhardt

Marketing Director
Illana P. Greenberg
igreenberg@thejewishnews.com

President
Arthur M. Horwitz

Contributing Photographer
Glenn Triest

Proofreader
Tracy Wald Grossman

FULFILLMENT:
circulationdesk@thejewishnews.com

Senior Customer Service Rep.
Erin Huf
Circulation
Fenton Jones
Natalya Lemberskaya

JN ONLINE
Web Producers
Shari Zingle
jcommshari@aol.com

Todd Skiba
tskiba@thejewishnews.com

$52
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Detroit Jewish News
30301 Northwestern Highway
Suite 200
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

PUBLISHED BY:
Jewish Renaissance Media

People in the market for one strong SUY need

tiff MOST DEPENIABLE,
LONSEST-LASTING TQUCNS
ON tiff ton

Arts & Entertainment Editor
Gail Zimmerman
gzimmerman@thejewishnews.com

CREATIVE SERVICES:
creativeservices@thejewishnews.com

Staff Photographer
Krista Husa

CH IVY TRU CKS

Associate Editor
Alan Hitsky
ahitsky@thejewishnews.com

.

COMMUNITY
ADVISORY BOARD:
Marc Bakst
Marion Freedman
Mindy Soble Kaufman
Sally Krugel
Lila Lazarus
Steven Schanes
David Techner
Gary Torgow
Jeff Weingarten, M.D.

Local Columnists
Danny Raskin
dannyraskin@mindspring.com
Carla Jean Schwartz
cschwartz@thejewishnews.com

Graphic Artists
Steve Bloch
Cathy Ciccone
- Kelli Johnson
Anne Lada
Alex Lumelskv
Deborah Schultz
Michelle Sheridan
Linda Stinson

Go Ahead. Kick The Frame.

EDITORIAL
Editor
Robert A. Sklar
rsklar@thejewishnews.com

Inside SaleS Manager
Meg Lyczak

Collection Analyst
Hazel Bender

Chevy Trail Blazer

wvvw.detroitjewishnews.com

ADVERTISING SALES:

Office Staff.
Nicki Nichols
Pamela Turner

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Vice President
Sylvia Boyko Stafford

Controller
Craig R. Phipps

Editorial Director
Robert A. Sklar

National Editor
Jonathan Friendly
jfriencily@thejewishnews.com

Information Technology Director
Gregory K. Day

Operations Director
David M. Neill

Human Resources Director
Patrice Bogden

Marketing Director
lllana P. 'Greenberg

competitors. TrailBlazer is available in three trim

CAUL

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7020 Orchard Lake Road
(Between 14 8- 15 Mile Rd.)
West Bloomfield, MI 48332
Tel: 248.855.9700

www. ca u ley. n et

7/12

2002

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levels in both two- and four-wheel drive,

offering a wide range of choices for all kinds of

needs. And, of course, TrailBlazer is built on the

heritage of Chevy Trucks: the most dependable,

longest-lasting trucks on the road.

1 Based on horsepower and GM Mechum Uhfity segment. Excludes other GM verrocies,

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