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JEWISH NEWS

Contents

General Excellence winner

A

FRIDAY, JAN. 3, 2003
TEVET 29, 5763
VOL. CXXII, NO. 21

14 Fun Week

BBYO Regional Convention was a
blast for hundreds of Jewish teens.

19 Is Cloning 'Kosher'?

Surprisingly diverse rabbinical
views cut across movement lines.

ALAN HITSKY
Associate Editor

Opinion

21 Keep Map Under Wraps

Bush administration is wise not to
unveil the "road map"for peace.

Community

26 A Caring Community

Cover Story

Mitzvah Day volunteers
spread holiday cheer.

page 46

Working Man

Spirituality

Janitors union head Andy Stern
ambitiously blends labor and politics.

38 Looking For Proof

Discovery Seminar applies
rationality to Bible study.

Studying a chart on
kindergartners' drawing
skills are Yeshivas Darchei
Torah 13-year-olds Estie
Ross, Batsheva Hurvitz,
Chaya Baruch, Rivka
Leah Kahn and Shifin
Glicksberg, who won an
award for her work. All
live in Oak Park: "Drawn
To Science," page 17.

DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
9
AppleTree
66
B'nai Mitzvah . . . .35
Calendar
32
Candlelighting
. . 9
Crossword
89
Danny Raskin . . . 62
Editor's Notebook .5
Engagements
36
For Openers
9
Insight
19
Letters
6
Marketplace
70
New Arrivals
35
Obituaries
87
Staff Notebook . . 12
Synagogues
.42
Torah Portion • . .44
Weddings
36

Arts &
Entertainment

Cover:
Photography,
Tom Williams/Roll Call
Page design, Alex Lurnelsky

52 Prime Of Adrien Brody

How To Reach Us:

Oscar-worthy performance
in Holocaust film, The Pianist.

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Food

65 Slow And Easy

Tanya, an IDF
soldier, explains
to ulpan stu-
dents on how to
use a gas mask
in the event of
an Iraqi attack:
"Editor's Note-
book," page 5.

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This Week

Meet Andy Stern

ndy Stern recalls his grandparents
when he thinks about the rank and
file of his Service Employees
International Union. The blue-collar
janitors and white-collar clerks, middle managers
and even scientists who make up his 1.5 million
members have much in common with his immi-
grant ancestors: for Stern, they all deserve decent
wages and benefits from their employers and the
chance to make America great.
This one-time social work major is a rising
power in the American labor movement and a
man to be reckoned with on Capitol Hill and in
the streets of Boston, New York and Los Angeles.
Meet Andy Stern on page 46.

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

For taste and ease, the slow
cooker is making a comeback.

AppleTree

66 What A Difference

A small group in Detroit
goes national for KKC kids.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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