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September 22, 1995 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-22

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September 22, 1995

14

10

Detroit

Apples & Honey

Hundreds start the New Year
off with a sweet celebration.

Doctor's Legacy

A 26-year-old physician leaves
a book for his fellow students.

From decade to
decade.
page 52.

30

42

52

Year Of The Book

Jewish education took center stage
in Detroit with a focus on
buildings and programs.

Painful Progress

Amid terrorism and concerns
future peace, the Palestinians
and Israel inch toward agreement.

Through The Years

Remembering Rosh Hashanah during the
Roaring '20s, World War II and when beehive
hairdos were as hip as you could get.

Business

Center Stage

58
Color For Ferndale
59

The Northland Theatre
gets new lease on life.

Millers Artist Supplies
fills a niche in the city.

Health

09

It's Your Move

Don't just reach, stretch or bend,
an Israeli physicist advised. Think!

Hoping for a
sweet year.
page 14

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