17 Focus On Photography
Leonard Nimoy draws 600 to hear
about his controversial book.
31 A Prayer For Hebron
West Bank city a microcosm
of the Arab-Israeli history.
A 2002 Michigan Press Association
General Excellence winner.
92 Expanding The Search
African American gospel, Jewish
klezmer in friendship concert.
Sometimes, you just have to look
a little farther from home.
DFT screens Fritz Lang's
visional), science-fiction opus.
94 Quick Six
A young player takes
football league by 60 yards.
35 Golden Anniversary
Sinai Guild keeps hospital's spirit
alive with health care service.
87 Chanukah Traditions
Israel's Mighty, Velvet Voice
You can almost smell the lathes
frying in oil this time of year.
126 Elaine Lebenbom
125 Abba Eban
The Songs Of Her Soul
Today's Helping Hands
ach week, the Jewish News Community Calendar lists
volunteer opportunities within the Jewish community.
Contributing agencies tell us people respond to the list-
ings, but the need remains great, especially in these trou
bled economic times when non-profits are getting less and
depending on volunteers more.
Happily, our community is generous.
Volunteers come in every age, gender and eco-
nomic bracket, but they have requirements,
too. Faced with time constraints, today's vol-
unteers want to make sure their time is well
spent, and successful agencies have fine-tuned
their opportunities to meet
their volunteers' changing
Staff Writer Sharon
Luckerman looks at how the
nature of volunteering has changed. Though she
talks to local Jewish agencies, her focus is on vol-
Sign Of The Times
unteers themselves — their expectations and their
Organizations learn to tailor opportunities
rewards. Through their eyes, we see the mitzvah
to the changing needs of today's volunteers.
that volunteering is for both the recipient and the
Not a bad topic to examine as we head toward
Thanksgiving, a time to count all our blessings.
Cover Story page 63
Friday, Nov. 22, 2002
Kislev 17, 5763
Vol. CXXII, No. 15
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Editor's Notebook . .5
Out & About . • .68
Staff Notebook . 14
Torah Portion . . . 62
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Page design, Alex Lumelsky
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