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October 06, 1995 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-06

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October 6, 1995

Detroit

Mothers' Work

Planning an Oct. 22
community debut.

Deepening Divisions

The Big Green. page 104

U.S. Jewry's discontent
in the wake of Oslo II.

Opposing viewpoints
on the peace process.

Produce Palace is
an earthly paradise.

41

HEALTH

Out & About

Fascinating doings
for the upcoming week.

Jews describe
the mental darkness.

51

JEWISH STARS

The Bean Scene

Today's coffeehouses
break from the past.

Hitting the links,
and the hoops. 106

Remembering the Raven. page 76

Shear Madness at the Gem
is sheer enjoyment.

Rock-Solid Elton

The pop icon brings
his show to the Palace.

JN Picks

The hottest in books,
cassettes and CDs.

Community 27
Family Fun 25
Food 126
Holiday 36
Milestones 108
Obituaries 162
Danny Raskin 92
Carla Schwartz 90
Synagogues 28
Tell Me Why 38
Travel 58

Candlelighting
Friday, Oct. 6 6:48 p.m.

Healing Bruised Souls

Sabbath ends
Saturday, Oct. 7 7:47 p.m.

A Grosse Pointe psychiatrist
recommends creativity.

DETROIT

I

THE JEWISH NEWS

Jeff Kline

Big successes make him
a smaller, happier man.

9

BUSINESS

JN Entertainment

Shearly' Entertaining

OPINION

Vol.

Apples for Honeys. page 15

CVIII

No. 5

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