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August 09, 2002 - Image 8

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-09

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JEWISH
RENAISSANCE

E

Wednesday, August 14
8 am-8 pm
Thursday, August 15
9 am-9 pm
Friday, August 16
9 am-9 pm
Saturday, August 17
9 am-6 pm

We are pleased to announce a 4-day sale
so big, we're having it in 3 massive tents
on our parking lot and throughout our
store. This is by far the biggest sale event
of the year with thousands of items at

Your
U.S. Dollar is Now
Worth $1.55

1 5 2 6 OTTAWA S T.

Directions: Only 5 Minutes from the Tunnel. Take the River
(Riverside Drive) East Past Casino Windsor 8 Blocks to
Gladstone Turn Ri•ht on Gladstone 7 Blocks to Freeds.

Caotada .2a4ye4/ /Mot

Sie4e

FREEDS
OF WINDSOR

Phone 1-877-5FREEDS

.freeds.com

PUBLISHER

EDITORIAL:

Editor
Robert A. Sklar
rsklar@thej ewishnews.com

Sales Director
Jim Cohen

Sales Coordinators
Kristen M. Komlen
Mina Vickers

Senior Account Executive
Danny Raskin
dannyraskin@rnindspring.com

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

Classified Sales Coordinator
Barbara Lopez

Classified Sales Representatives
Elizabeth Friedman
Jan Haskell

BUSINESS OFFICES:

Administrative Assistant
Rita Geiringer

Office Staff
Nicki Nichols
Pamela Turner

Assistant Production Manager
Zina Bahrou

Graphic Artists
Steve Bloch
Cathy Ciccone
Kelli Johnson
Anne Lada
Natalya Lemberskaya
Alex Lumelsky
Deborah Schultz
Michelle Sheridan
Linda Stinson

Staff Photographer
Krista Husa

CHEVY TRUCKS

41

"

THE MOS DEPENDABLE,
LONGESTAASTING TIOJEK5
ON THE KID

Go Ahead. Kick The Frame.

People in the market for one strong WV need

look no further than the 2002 Chevy TrailBlazer.

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

TrailBlazer has the Vortec 4200 engine, a six-

cylinder powerplant that serves up 270

horsepower... more power than any of its V8

competitors. TrailBlazer is available in three trim

CAULEY

*TN

8/ 9

2002

8

7020 Orchard Lake Road
(Between 14 Er 15 Mile Rd.)
West Bloomfield, MI 48332
Tel: 248.855.9700
www.cauley.net

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 Methum Ulaily segment. Excludes other GM vehicles

Arts & Entertainment Editor
Gail Zimmerman
gzimmerman@thejewishnews.com

Contributing Photographer
Glenn Triest
Angie Baan

Proofreader
Tracy Wald Grossman

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

DEPARTMENTS:

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

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

Staff Writers
Shelli Dorfman
sdorfman@thejewishnews.com

Sharon Luckerman
sl uckerm @thej ewishnews.com

News Desk Assistant
Sy Manello
smanello@thejewishnews.com

Inside Sales Manager
Meg Lyczak

CREATIVE SERVICES:
creativeservices@thejewishnews.com

Chevy Trail Blazer

Associate Editor
Alan Hitsky
ahitsky@thejewishnews.com

ADVERTISING SALES:

Collection Analyst
Hazel Bender

Bi4EvaoLit

www. de troi tj ewish n ews. co

Arthur M. Horwitz
ahorwitz@thejewishnews.com

Associate Publisher
David M. Neill
cLneill@thejewishnews.com

Sale Starts

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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

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

Copy Desk Assistant
Bobbi Charnas
bcharnas@thejewishnews.com

Contributing Editor
Bob Menaker
bmenaker@atljewishtimes.com

AppleTree Editor
Elizabeth Applebaum
paljoey@earthlin.k.net

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

MARKETING:

General Offices -
248-539-3001

Circulation -
248-539-3001

Classified Advertising -
248-865-6308
Fax: 248-539-3064
Deadline: Tuesday, 10 a.m.

Creative Services -
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
Deadline: All public and social
announcements must be
typewritten, double-spaced and
received by Thursday noon,
eight days prior to desired date
of publication.

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

Detroit Jewish News
30301 Northwestern Highway
Suite 200
Farming,ton Hills, MI 48334

©COPYRIGHT 2002
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PUBLISHED BY:
Jewish Renaissance Media

Chairman
Michael H. Steinhardt

Marketing Director
lllana P. Greenberg
igreenberg@thejewishnews.com

President
Arthur M. Horwitz

FULFILLMENT:
circulationdesk@thejewishnews.com

Controller
Craig R. Phipps

Senior Customer Service Rep.
Erin Huf
Circulation
Fenton Jones

Editorial Director
Robert A. Sklar

JN ONLINE
Web Producers
Shari Zingle
jcommshari@aol.com

Todd Skiba
tskiba@thejewishnews.com

$52
$94
$70
$130

Vice President
Sylvia Boyko Stafford

National Editor
Jonathan Friendly
griendly@thejevvishnews.com

Information Technology Director
Gregory K. Day

Operations Director
David M. Neil

Interactive Media Director
F Kevin Browett

Human Resources Director
Patrice Bogden

Marketing Director
Marra P. Greenberg

Our JN Mission: The Jewish News aspires to communicate news and opinion that's useful, engaging,

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that strengthen Jewish unity and continuity. We desire to create and maintain a challenging, caring, enjoyable
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responsive member of the community. Being competitive, we must always strive to be the most respected,
outstanding Jewish community publication in the nation. Our rewards are informed, educated readers, very
satisfied advertisers, contented employees and profitable growth.

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