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February 24, 1995 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-24

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February 24, 1995

14

Dealt

OPINION

Rabbi Wine believes
separation means freedom.

Colorful Canopies

Different styles combine
for a new wedding look.

ROUND UP

Music therapy. page 79

38

Jewish staffers go behind
the scenes. 15

ENTERTAINMENT

Two styles of music
in one family. 19

Business

49

FINE ARTS

All You Can Eat

A tribute to victims
of terrorism. 92

Grocery-store tour
focuses on nutrition.

Never On Saturday

Community 27
Food 120
Marketplace 125
Milestones 110
Obituaries 154
Danny Raskin 84
Carla Schwartz 86
Sports 99
Synagogues 32
Tell Me Why 36
Travel 96

Amazing Savings has moved,
but stays closed on Shabbat.

Wrestlemania. page 99

Health

82

No Horsing Around

Mark Biederman has
four-legged patients.

Education

103

Shimon Peres takes a swing
at baseball strike. 25

POLITICS

PICKING
UP THE PIECES

Professionals try to heal
rabbinic-congregational rifts.

48

5

Growing Pains

Candlelighting

Friday, Feb. 24 5:58 p.m.

Teens are embracing
Jewish youth groups.

Sabbath ends

Saturday, Feb. 25 7:01 p.m.

Next Generation

108

Bachelor Portrait

A sign of desperation?
Hardly.

Multimedia testimony. page 92

THE JE W ISH NEWS

Vol. CVI No. 25

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