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January 03, 1992 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-03

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CONTENTS

BOOKS

CLOSE-UP

When Will He
Be Here?

When Push
Comes To Shove

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

DANIEL SCHIFRIN

The Messiah: Age-old
questions of who, when?

How "Chutzpah" made
its way to the top.

22

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NOTEBOOK

The brave new world
of the Shalom Hotel.

11

UP FRONT

Einstein paves the way
in the People's Republic.

14

DETROIT

• Have teens, Hillels
ever received their due?
• In tough times, Kadima
looks toward future.

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POLITICS

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With Cuomo sitting out,
Jewish support up for grabs.

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SPORTS

What can we expect
in the hoop wars?

DEPARTMENTS

Letters

AUTO SECTION

SINGLE LIFE

• The latest on the
1992 model year.

Dancing
Partners

• The highest-ranking
Jewish exec at Ford.

SAUL SCHACHTER

center

A dance class for singles
has an added twist.

63

Inside Washington
Purely Commentary
Synagogues
Torah Portion
Entertainment
Danny Raskin
Fine Arts
Travel
Engagements
Births
Classified Ads
Obituaries

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36
38
40
49
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58
60
66
70
75
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CANDLELIGHTING

Friday, Jan. 3, 1992 4:55 p.m.
Sabbath ends Jan. 4 6:01 p.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CUSPS 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,
Michigan and additional mailing offices.

Postmaster: Send changes to:
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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75' single copy

Vol. C No. 17

January 3, 1992

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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