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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-09

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Contents

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A 2001 Michigan Press Association

Newspaper of the Year

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This Week

14 The Squeeze Is On

1 percent across-the-board
increase in Federation's
local allocations a sign
of the times.

16 Toe To Toe

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With the primary election
over, some congressional
races are heating up.

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: The Scene
Arts &
Loving Mentor
Entertainment 86
WSU medical student walks

- 64 Eye On NYC

* in his grandfather's footsteps.

Jewish photographers dominate
New York, Ann Arbor shows.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 2002
ELUL 1, 5762
VOL. 00(1, NO. 26

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Food

82 A Difficult Time

Shivah meals mean
more than just food.

Opinion

DEPARTMENTS

6

Dr. Rob Sherman
and his mentor/grandfather,
Dr. Alfred Sherman.

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29 Hidden Agenda

The JCC Maccabi Games
more than what they seem.

Community

35 A Winning Solution

Loyal alumni help restore
Winship Elementary library.

AppleTree

55 Sweet Jewish Dreams

Local cantors on new CD
that is perfect for bedtime.

.49
Anniversaries
.46
B'nai Mitzvah
.43
Calendar .
.11
Candlelighting .
. .111
Crossword
.78
Danny Raskin
Editor's Notebook .5
Engagements . . . 47
11
For Openers
27
Insight
.6
Letters
.91
Marketplace
.45
New Arrivals
118
Obituaries
.60
Out & About .
50
Spirituality
Staff Notebook . . . 12
52
Synagogues
88
Teens
86
The Scene
54
Torah Portion
48
Weddings

Cover:
Photography. Krista Husa
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

How To Reach Us:

Cover Story

Bombing Aftermath

page 88

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t has been 10 days since the bombing at Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. The blast in the popular Mt.
Scopus campus cafeteria took seven lives — including
five Americans — injured more than 80 and removed what
had been an oasis in a desert of tragedy.
In our coverage today, which begins on page 20, the reali-
ty of the situation in the Middle East hits too close to home
for Detroiters who are alumni of Hebrew University, have
family attending school there, or knew some of the victims.
Their riveting accounts about the humanity of the students
and the centrality of the Hebrew University experience to their
lives is only heightened in our Insight piece on page 27. There,
one of the victms, in an article written just a month before her
death, poignantly summarizes her hopes, her dreams, her hap-
piness and her fears while attending Hebrew University.
Marla Bennett's account mirrors our own hopes and
dreams. It is something you must read.

Alan Hitsky
Associate Editor

Peaceful Summer

Israeli teens leave stress
and terrorism behind for
Tamarack experience.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israellteenn leave stress and terrorism
behind for Tarroraek experience.

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On the cover:
Counselor Marni Zeltzer, center,
of Montreal is flanked by two of her Israeli campers,
Marina Gofman and Or Ashur, at Tamarack's
Camp Maas in Ortonville.

The Detroit Jewish News
(USPS 275-520) is published
every Friday with additional
supplements in. January, March,
May, August, September,
November and December at
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Southfield, Michigan.
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