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November 09, 1990 - Image 7

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-09

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CONTENTS

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South Of The Border

PHIL JACOBS
Parents of children
with disabilities face
an unhappy day of reckoning.

MARILYN LESSEM
The DIA's Nancy Jones
has personal and professional
ties to the art of Mexico.

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OPINION

A refugee from the
Nazis takes a close
look at New Germany

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DETROIT

• Temple Emanu-El
sends a message to
Jewish troops in
Saudi Arabia.
• Federation picks a
goal for the Allied
Campaign.

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ELECTION '90

Looking at the expected
and the unexpected, in
election races locally
and around the country.



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LIFE IN ISRAEL

A Druze village
has a unique proposal
to improve its economy.

Little Big Man

MIKE ROSENBAUM
Country Day has an impact
player among this year's area
Jewish gridiron standouts.

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The Long Road

LORI OLEINICK
An Oak Park woman
has taken the pulpit
as a Chicago assistant rabbi.

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BUSINESS

An ethnic pastry
has become a recipe
for sweet success.

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BOOK FAIR

The Jewish community
centers of Detroit
and Washtenaw County
have major events planned.

DEPARTMENTS

Community
Synagogues
Fine Arts
Cooking
Seniors
Education
For Women
Engagements
Births
Youth
Single Life
Classified Ads
Obituaries

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BACKGROUND

The Kremlin is playing
a double game in the
high-stakes Middle East.

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CANDLELIGHTING

Friday, Nov. 9, 1990 4:59 p.m.
Sabbath ends Nov. 10 6:01 p.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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