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May 22, 1992 - Image 5

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-22

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CONTENTS

CLOSE-UP

Consuming
Obsession

rt,HIL JACOBS
(Anorexia and bulimia
are no strangers to Jews.

MITZVAH HEROES

Making A Difference

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM
ALAN HITSKY
KIMBERLY LIFTON
These three volunteers
have a positive impact.

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7

OPINION

A Secular-Humanist looks
at tradition, authenticity.

14

DETROIT

• A kids' carnival
boosts Yad Ezra.
• New Jewish Agenda
looks at our society.

31

BACKGROUND

U.S.-Israel relations
are on solid footing.

48

NEWS

The Jews of Los Angeles
help pick up the pieces.

ENTERTAINMENT 73

DEPARTMENTS

(TEENS

1992 Yearbook

A look at some of our
brightest graduating
high school seniors.

3

GENERATIONS

Stepping Back
Into Time

SUZANNE CHESSLER
Hillel's fifth grade
spent a day in the 1800s.

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Notebook
Purely Commentary
Community
Synagogues
Youth
Sports
Danny Raskin
Carla Schwartz
Fine Arts
Food
For Women
Business
Weddings
Births
Single Life
On Campus
Ann Arbor
For Seniors
Classified Ads
Obituaries

CANDLELIGHTING

Friday, May 22, 1992 8:37 p.m.
Sabbath ends May 23 9:47 p.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(LISPS 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
27676 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034

$31 per year
$41 per year out of state
75' single copy

Vol. CI No. 11

May 22, 1992

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

5

ONTENT

An Orthodox Jew heads
west with Jay Leno.

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