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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-26

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Contents

A 2001 Michigan Press Association

Newspaper of the Year

vvww.detroitjewishnews.com

The 1967 Riots
Still Burn In
Our Memories






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This Week

20 A Place In The Sun

Private donations keep senior adult
camp running — but for how long?

AppleTree

hough I was just a preteen
growing up in Dallas in
1967, I remember watch-
ing the Detroit riots on television.
I knew what it was like, from the
assassination of President John F.
Kennedy in 1963, to have the
world focused on your own back
yard.
These are events that make a
lifelong impression.
On the 35th anniversary of the
Detroit riots of 1967, Staff Writers
Harry Kirsbaum and Sharon
Luckerman explore the impact the
riots had on Jewish Detroiters and
the memories of that troubled time
that still linger.
For more photographs and remi-
niscences, see the JN Online Web
site: vvww.detroitjewishnews.com

65 Little Girl, Big Idea

How an 8-year-old raised lots
of money for the JNE

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Keri Guten Cohen,
story development editor

22 Vigil For Israel

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Photo session captures community
members memorializing Israeli
victims of terrorism.

Arts 6'
Entertainment

Opinion

New book shows medieval Spain
as tolerant land for Jews.

Frida.y, July 26, 2002
v 17, 5762
Vol. CXXI, No. 24

DEPARTMENTS
11
Alefbeecha
Anniversaries
55
65
AppleTree
49
Calendar
116
Crossword
90
Danny Raskin
Editor's Notebook .... 5
Engagements
53
For Openers
1 .1
Insight
31
6
Letters
Marketplace
101
51
Maze' Tov!
52
New Arrivals
Obituaries 130
100
Sports
13
Staff Notebook
61
Synagogues
98
- The Scene
63
Torah Portion
54
Weddings

69 First-Rate Civilization

Cover:

Photo courtesy Tony Spina
Collection, Walter P. Reuther
Library, Wayne State
University, Detroit
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

33 Funding Lessons

A major gift to JAMD
is a major opportunity.

Food

93 Keep Your Cool

Community

Easy-to-make cold soups are tasty
for ladies and 'real" men.

REMEMBERING

39 The Uneasy Years

Jewish life and turmoil in 1930s-40s
is focus of MSU exhibits.

Health

Spirituality

Local woman to undergo
first transplant for rare disease.

ThERIOTS

OCOPYRIGHT -2002
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

97 Painful Pioneer

Temple Beth El concert
for seniors draws 1,200.

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57 These Are The Days

The Scene

98 Finding Spirituality

U-M student discovers
her roots ... and religion.

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The Detroit JewishNews
(USPS 275 520) is published
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May August, September,
November and December at
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Cover Story page 14
Remembering The Riots

Thirty-five years later, Jews join
in recalling a time of turmoil
for Detroit.

On the cover: A Detroit police

o zcer standing guard on a
Detroit street during the
1967 riots.

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