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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-31

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DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS

Contents

General Excellence winner

www.detroitjewishnews.com

Friday, Jan. 31, 2003
Shevat 28, 5763
Vol. OCCEI, No. 25

This Week

Food

16 Tough Talks

79 Culinary Tradition

DEPARTMENTS

Ariel Sharon may find
national unity out of reach.

That long, slow, tender
taste of Shabbat.

Alefbet'cha

11

Anniversaries

51

• • • • • • 4 • it $ 4t * tl $ it it 4 4 S

f.

22 Eye Witnesses

Touring opinion-shapers see
Israel and roadblocks to peace.
* # $ * • . 6 $ • 6 $ * • $ • • • 4 • • •

Opinion

Jewish Community Council Executive
Director David Gad-Harf, standing right,
and Detroit News Editorial Editor Nolan
Finley observe mothers taking part in a
child care class at the PACT Early
Childhood program in Netanya, Israel.

A

Shadows of Motown.
The Wayne brothers are only two of the
many Jewish promoters, public relations
gurus, accountants, lawyers and musicians
who helped fuel Motown's golden age.
As the musical The Jackie Wilson Story (My
Heart Is Crying, Crying) prepares for its
Detroit-area premiere — and yes, there are
rumors that Wilson converted to Judaism —
freelance writer Bill Carroll lifts the veil on
the history of the Jews of Motown in a series
of stories beginning on page 62.

Shabbat Shalom!

30 Standoff At U-M

ZOA's Klein and pro-Palestinian
advocate, debate the issues

60 'Necessary Targets'

Rising anti-Semitism

Play about domestic violence
at Performance Network.

among young can be fixed.

37 Mentoring Magic

r one time or
another, all the
stars of Motown
came though the doors of
Clarence and Larry
Wayne's Wonderland
Music in Dearborn for
guitars, mikes, amps —
or just to hang out.
GAIL
"Back then, nobody
ZIMMERMAN
knew who they were,"
Arts 6-•
says Clarence Wayne,
Entertainment
pictured on today's JN
Editor
cover with Larry Wayne
in a photo taken by Staff
Photographer Krista Husa at the brothers'
Novi store.
"We sold the Supremes mikes; Stevie
Wonder did commercials for us," recalls
Clarence, who recently was featured in the
acclaimed documentary Standing in the

Ann Arbor

33 Marginal Worries

Community

Musical
Retrospective

JN

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

Beth El Sisterhood
supports JFS mentoring.

S • •

pirituality

53 Happy New Year

JCC highlights observances,
customs of Tu b'Shevat.

Arts &
Entertainment

66 Happily Ever After

Planning the ideal wedding
graced with Judaism's richness.

81 Triple Play

Three Jewish teammates
boost U-M hockey team.

B'nai Mitzvah

. . 45

43

Calendar

Candlelighting . . . 11

Crossword

100

Danny Raskin . .

.76

Editor's Notebook . .5

Engagements

48

For Openers

11

Insight

30

Letters

6

85-

Marketplace

Obituaries

New Arrivals . . . . 45

107 Emma Schaver

Obituaries

107

"The Gift Of Compassion"

Out tic About

.60

108 Irving Levine

Sports

81

"The Gentle Builder"

Staff Notebook

14

Synagogues

55
83

Our New Address

The Jewish News is in the former FTD World
Headquarters, 29200 Northwestern Highway
at Franklin Road, Suite 110, Southfield
48034. Main phone is (248) 354-6060.
Fax numbers are Editorial, (248) 304-8885;
Display Advertising, (248) 304-0032;
Classified Advertising, (248) 304-0049.

ce hours

30:a m

The Scene

Torah Portion

Weddings

57
49

Cover:
Photography, Krista Husa
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

Cover Story

page 62

©COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Jews Of
Motown

The Detroit Jewish News

Standing in the shadows,
Jews played a vital role
in the development
of an American
musical institution.

.

Lan)/ and Clarence Wayne hold
• up photos of themselves with the
Jackson Five and Stevie Wonder
at the Novi location of their
store, Wonderland Music.

played a vit4ii tole.
rican musnial institution

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