2005 VOLVO LEASE SPECIALS
NEW 2005 S60 2.5 TURBO
M.S.R.P. $34,957.00 INCLUDES: 5CYL TURBO, POWER
MOONROOF, LEATHER, POWER SEATING WITH DRIVER
MEMORY, METALLIC PAINT, HEATED FRONT SEATS,
HEADLIGHT WASHING SYSTEM.
2,000 g 611)4
PLU S TAX
NEW 2005 XC70 COUNTF g WAGON
M.S.R.R $41,335.00 INCLUDES: ALL WHEEL DRIVE, POWER
MOONROOF, LEATHER INTERIOR, 2.5 LITRE TUR-
BOCHARGED ENGINE, REAR BOOSTER SEATS, HOMELINK,
METALLIC PAINT, ROOF RAILS
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NEW 2005 XC90
M.S.R.P. $43,955.00 INCLUDES: ALL WHEEL DRIVE, 2.5
LITRE TURBO 7 PASSENGER, MOONROOF, LEATHER INTE-
RIOR, HEATED FRONT SEATS, ROLL STABILITY CONTROL.
FORE $551 00 *
I PLUS TAX
FREE MAINTENANCE FOR 36 MONTHS, 36,000 MILES.
*OFFER EXPIRES 6.30.05 " COD INCLUDES ALL FEES, TAXES LICENSE TRANSFER AND FIRST MONTH'S PAYMENT.
On Maple Rd., West of Haggerty
m Leon Weiss
32961 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
248 851-4100 office
248 568-7453 cell
248 851-9965 fax
My transition into real estate has
been exciting and rewarding. I've
sold a bunch of homes, picked up new
residential listings and a $2 MIL
I'm also working with a number
of buyers and love the opportunity to
help folks find the perfect house.
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Jewish Women's Foundation increases grants
to benefit females here and in Israel.
he Jewish Women's
Foundation of Metropolitan
Detroit (JWF), a grant-mak-
ing and educational foundation estab-
lished to enhance the lives of Jewish
women and girls through philanthro-
py, has approved a $76,250 grant pool
for 2005 — a $6,000 increase over last
year — to be shared by nine recipients
in Detroit and Israel.
"If we don't recognize that Jewish
women face discrimination in employ-
ment and education opportunities,
suffer from domestic violence, have
gender and Jewish-specific mental and
physical health problems and need
support as we face economic and sin-
gle-parent issues, then we cannot
begin to address the problems," said
Beverly Liss, foundation chair.
"That is what the Jewish Women's
Foundation is all about."
This year's grant awards are:
• $7,500 (the first part of a $15,000
two-year special allocation) to the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit for an analysis of the status of
Jewish women in the Detroit area as
part of a planned Jewish demographic
study to be conducted by Federation's
Planning and Allocations Department.
• $10,000 to the David B. Hermelin
ORT Resource Center for its "Back to
Work Program for Orthodox
Women," which provides at-risk
women with marketable job skills, an
opportunity for economic self-suffi-
ciency and the enhancement of self-
esteem as they enter the job market.
• $8,000 to the Dorothy and Peter
Brown Jewish Community Adult Day
Care Program, JVS, for its "Caring
Partners Project," which provides sup-
port sessions for women who are care-
givers for loved ones with dementia or
• $10,000 to the Friendship Circle
for "Women Helping Women," which
pairs women recovering from addic-
tion with other women who have
experienced similar struggles.
• $9,000 to the Jewish Ensemble
Theatre (JET) for a 2005-2006 "Mean
Girls Tour," which will ensure subsi-
dized performances of the play Mean
Girls at synagogue and day schools,
followed by its discussion curriculum.
• $10,000 to Jewish Family Service
for "Out of the Shadows: Illuminating
the Issues of Domestic Violence in the
!`As our endowment continues
to grow through careful
money management and the
addition of new trustees, we
hope to _play an increasingly
more significant role through
programs and advocacy for
Jewish women and girls."
–Beverly Liss, chair
Jewish Women's Foundation.