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May 29, 1992 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-29

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CLOSE-UP

POLITICS

11

UP FRONT

Lessons
Learned

The Perot
Puzzle

'FRAN ROTHBARD
half century later,
Germany still struggles
with its demons.

JAMES D. BESSER
The Texas billionaire's
positions remain elusive.

DETROIT

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• Jews are entering
local political races.

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Campaign in Israel
gets down and dirty.

14

• Beth Yehudah gets
a financial boost.

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COMMUNITY

• Reform Fund dinner
will honor ten.

• Sinai plans Tay-Sachs
test in Farmington Hills.

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BUSINESS

A taste of Europe
is brought to Southfield.

DEPARTMENTS

HOLIDAYS

>BACKGROUND

i gelerusalem
Divided

BARRY DERFNER
>On the 25th anniversary
of unification, Arabs
and Jews remain split.

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Spring Break

AMY J. MEHLER
Jeanette Street hosts
a block party for
Lag B'Omer.

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Inside Washington
Purely Commentary
Synagogues
Travel
On Campus, Sports
Danny Raskin
Carla Schwartz
Fine Arts
Food
For Seniors
Engagements
Births
Ann Arbor
For Women
Classified Ads
Obituaries

CANDLELIGHTING

Ca

8:43 p.m.
Friday, May 29, 1992
Sabbath ends May 30 9:54 p.m.

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May 29, 1992

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You may not know it,
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