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April 12, 1996 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-12

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April 12, 1996

Detroit

OPINION

Song Of Freedom

Political anti-Semitism
and the Republicans. 19

To begin the seder, the women
at Beth Shalom asked questions
of four daughters, not sons.

TELL ME WHY

Israel's native sons
have ancient history.

The Gay Debate

Detroit-area Reform rabbis
have a mixed reaction to vote
on gay/lesbian commitments.

24

HEALTH

Bari Beckett strives
for Intentional Health.

55

TRAVEL

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45

82

74
76

Eternal Spring

It has been 50 Opening Days
since Hammerin' Hank Greenberg's
final season with the Tigers.

Touro Synagogue and
the first president. 00

A Tiger to remember. page 40

Community 23
Family Fun 31
Fine Arts 88

Food 106
Marketplace 112

Business

Milestones 32
Obituaries 142
Danny Raskin 92
Carla Schwartz 91
Sports 43
Synagogues 26
Torah Portion 28

Rx: Fair Drug Prices

Independent retail pharmacies
are fighting to get the same
discounts as hospitals and chains.

Israel

ON THE COVER:

Tragic Benefits

The headlines have gone. Now the bus
bombing victims and Israel are finding
where the government can and cannot help.

JN Entertainment

The Tigers' Hank Greenberg.

PHOTO COURTESY OF BETTMANN ARCHIVES.

A painful recovery. page 62

JN ENTERTAINMENT:

The Gershwin brothers.

PHOTO CREDIT: CORBIS-BETTMANN.

The Celluloid Closet

Candlelighting
Friday, April 12 7:53 p.m.

Screenwriter/director/producer
Jeffrey Friedman talks about gays
in film. Plus, a review of the movie.

Sabbath ends
Saturday, April 13 8:57 p.m.

Rhapsody In Two

Let the centennial celebration
begin for the Brothers Gershwin.
A look at their enduring music.

Rob Epstein, Lily Tomlin and Jeffrey
Friedman present The Celluloid
Closet. Review on page 81

DETROIT

THE JEWISH NEWS

Vol. CIX No. 7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS (USPS 275-520) IS PUBLISHED EVERY
FRIDAY WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS IN JANUARY, MARCH,
MAY, AUGUST AND OCTOBER AT 27676 FRANKLIN ROAD, SOUTH-
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ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48034.

┬ęCOPYRIGHT 1996 DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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