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May 10, 1991 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-10

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CONTENTS

OPINION

CLOSE-UP

When The Land
Becomes Weary

Peace initiatives, olim
and the ecolomy changes Israel.

28

Our family section celebrates
Israel independence and
Jerusalem Day.

center

ENTERTAINMENT

Senior
Showcase

`Art from a Mature Perspective'
is a hit in the Jewish Center.

76

11

UP FRONT

This story pays tribute
to Jerzy Kosinski's life.

14

DETROIT

• Holocaust symposium
is revealing for students.

• Detroit Jewish educator
wins national award.

37

BACKGROUND

Jerusalem worries about
the next Baker shuttle.

42

ISRAEL

Recalling the Jewish Quarter
on Jerusalem Day.

62

SPORTS

A 62-year-old athlete credits
handball with keeping him alive.

DEPARTMENTS

FOCUS

Life On
The Border

AMY J. MEHLER

The Jews of Windsor enjoy
the best of Canada
and the United States.

46

AROUND TOWN

Solidarity Day

Thousands marched on Sunday
to show support for Israel.

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Media Monitor
Commentary
Community
Synagogues
Business
Fine Arts
Travel
Food
Engagements
Births
Single Life
Classified Ads
Obituaries

CANDLELIGHTING

Friday, May 10, 1991 8:24 p.m.
Sabbath ends May 11 9:32 p.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(USPS 275-520) is published every Friday
with additional supplements in January,
March, May, August, October and
November at 27676 Franklin Road,
Southfield, Michigan.

Second class postage paid at Southfield,
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Vol. IC No. 11

May 10, 1991

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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IalMeliR

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

The debate over Jewish
leaders who are intermarried.

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