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A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

www.detroitjewishnews.com

The Rappeport children —
Yochi, 13; Ariella, 15; Margalit,
6; Hagai, 10; and Avishai (in
back), 17 — live with their par-
ents in Safed, in the mountains
of Israel. Their mother, Laurie
Sendler Rappeport, is a native
Detroiter. For her account of
what its like to live in Israel
amid the latest Palestinian upris-
ing, please see page 5.

AppleTree

65 Two Good

Wishing you good stars
and good omens.

Special Report

Photo by REU TERS/Davi d S i lverman/POO L

page 14

Israel Grieves Again

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel
Sharon visits bombing victim
Simha Haimov, 33, and his
family on Monday in Tel Aviv's
Ichilov Hospital.

Arts &
Entertainment

67 Do I Hear A Strad?

Israeli violinist makes DSO
debut with Tchaikovsky concerto.

Food

$sww:

'TN

WHAT
MAKES
LANA
RUN?

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This Week

83 Free At Last

22 Sabra In Space

Jazzing up fat-free recipes
is all in the sauce.

Fighter pilot will be first native
Israeli on a NASA flight.

Sports

27 Proud Uniform

Israeli soldier recovers from
attack to tell optimistic story o
peace.

FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 2003
SHEVAT 7, 5763
VOL. CXXII, NO. 22

DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
9
49
B'nai Mitzvah
46
Calendar
9
Candlelighting
104
Crossword
80
Danny Raskin
Editor's Notebook . .5
51
Engagements
For Openers
9
27
Insight
6
Letters
88
Marketplace
49
New Arrivals
Obituaries
109
68
Out & About
12
Staff Notebook
Synagogues
57
34
Teens
34
The Scene
Torah Portion
59
52
Weddings

Cover:
Photography, Krista Husa
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

86 Pine Brother

Dani Wohrs priorities
put him on U-M bench.

Obituaries

Cover Story

page 60

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29 Where Is Outrage?

The Good Doctor

Local Arab American leaders
ignore suicide bombings.

What Makes Lana Run?

Former State Sen. Pollack con-
tinues her passionate fight for
the environment.

109 Dr. I. Walter Silver

Community

39 Blind Ambition

'Loss of sight was impetus
for move to Israel.

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