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December 20, 2002 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-20

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Arts is Entertainment

When
Worlds Collide

In words and photos, "Shalom rail"
explores the unique Southern
Jewish experience.

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Gloria and Kalman Shwarts, Montgomery, Ala.:
The couple hold portraits of Gloria's great-grandparents,
Jacob Weil and Getta Waterman Weil; Gloria's family
has been in Montgomery since the 1830s.

Bob Cahlman, Mardi Gras Masquerade
Company, New Orleans, La.

Reuben Greenberg, Charleston, S. C: Chief of the
Charleston Police Force, he also is a member of
Emanu-El, a Conservative synagogue in Charleston.

! Palmetto Pigeon Plant, Sumter, S. C: Patty . Levi Barnett and
her twin brother, Wendell M Levi Jr, own the largest squab farm
in the world, founded in 1923 by their father and his partner.

The Dorfman kitchen, Long Beach, Miss.: Andrea and
Michelle prepare matzah balls for Passover; the family is part of
the small Jewish community along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

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