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January 24, 1992 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-24

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CONTENTS

CLOSE-UP

Unraveling
Torah Mysteries

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

Scholars solve more
of the Torah's questions.

22

ENTERTAINMENT

Few Lines

UP FRONT

11

KENNETH JONES

Are the poor ignored
in the Israeli budget?

Marc Kudisch has Detroit
ties, and "Bye Bye Birdie"
moves that won't quit.

DETROIT

59

SPORTS

Home Is Where
The Heart Is

14

• Leadership hears
grim news about
intermarriage.
• Black-Jewish ties
advance in several
areas.

BACKGROUND

29

The new elections
will bolster Israel's
right-wing groups.

STEVE STEIN

Linda Goldstein finds
friends and success
again at West Bloomfield.

TRAVEL

49

44

The Naval Academy
has more Jewish flavor
than in the past.

DEPARTMENTS

EDUCATION

Cheryl Blau's
Fifth Grade

AMY J. MEHLER

There's a magic world
in this Leonhard class.

76

Editorials
Letters
Inside Washington
Purely Commentary
Community
Synagogues
Torah Portion
For Seniors
Arts Calendar
Danny Raskin
On Campus
Youth
Engagements
Births
Single Life
For Women
Classified Ads
Obituaries

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CANDLELIGHTING

Friday, Jan. 24, 1992 5:18 p.m.
Sabbath ends Jan. 25 6:23 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.

BUSINESS

Refinancing

KIMBERLY LIFTON

The time is now
to get that low rate.

54

Second class postage paid at Southfield,
Michigan and additional mailing offices.

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Vol. C No. 20

January 24, 1992

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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