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DETROIT
JEWISH HEWS

Contents

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

JN

www.detroitjewishnevvs.com

Friday, Feb. 21, 2003
I Adar 19, 5763
Vol. CXXIII, No. 2

Recapturing
The Moment

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U-PA's Jeffrey Lehman:
A Man On The Move

page 52

Nov Sports Cotumn's
Focus: Jevesh St.

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ewish youth groups have been shown to
have an impact on how a person practices
and lives Jewishly later in life. Aside from the
long-term benefits, those of us who were members
of Jewish youth groups – from all movements and
several Jewish organizations – remember the spe-.
cial bonds formed among like-minded friends.
Whether it was observing Shabbat together,
enjoying Israeli dancing or horsing around the
pool, all was done in a spirit of camaraderie that
likely hasn't been equaled since those teen years.
Now baby boomers, often with teens of their
own in Jewish youth groups, are nostalgic for
those days when such friends defined their world.
And national youth group offices are responding
by tapping into alumni for fundraising but also by
facilitating reunions and Web sites that help peo-
ple reunite with their long-lost friends.
Such a reunion is brewing April 4-6 in
Cleveland for members of Central Region United
Synagogue Youth (CRUSY). And the word is
spreading fast. In our Cover Story, Special Writer
Lori Weiss of Southfield, a former CRUSY partici-
pant herself, captures the excitement as old friends
reminisce and rekindle that spark that drew them
together as teens.

— Keri Guten Cohen, story development editor

Our New

The Jewish News is in the former FTD World Headquarters,
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Southfield 48034. Main phone is (248) 354-6060. Fax
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Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

Cover Story

Friendships
Rekindled

Baby boomers reconnect
with long-lost Jewish
youth group pals.

Old photographs on the
cover come from the scrapbooks
of Lori Weiss and Susan
Moiseev, both of Southfield,
and Margi Fridson Weinhaus
of West Bloon2field.

Ann Arbor

S • •

12 Fighting Prejudice

45 Generation To
Generation

Assailants convicted in anti-
Semitic attack on U-M student.

21 Transitions!

U-M dean: affirmative action,
marriage and Cornell.

70 Super Sleuths

Ann Arbor man one of 3
local thriller writers.

pirituality

Abels pass on tradition
by donating Torah to Shut

Arts &
Entertainment

57 Homeboy

Grammy nominee Jeff Bass
reaps rewards of his music.

72 Schoolhouse Doors

"Best of Full Frame"
comes to Madstone Theaters.

Sports

78 New Faces

DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
9
Anniversaries
43
B'nai Mitzvah . . . 39
Calendar
36
Candlelighting
.9
Crossword
98
Danny Raskin . . . 74
Editor's Notebook .5
Engagements
40
For Openers
9
Insight
21
Letters
6
Marketplace
83
New Arrivals
38
Obituaries
105
Out & About . .58
Sports
78
Staff Notebook . . 13
Synagogues
49
Torah Portion . . 51
Weddings
42

Cover:
Page design,
Alex Lumelsky

Our new sports column
highlights Jewish stars.

Opinion

23 Off-Track Claims

Shoah organization's deals
hurt Holocaust survivors.

Food

81 Great Pretenders

Community

Make those famous
restaurant recipes at home.

29 Jews Of China

Chinese scholar presents
history of Far East diaspora.

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*******

105 Bernard Klein

30 SAJE

Stirring a variety
of Jewish interests.

Obituaries

Courage and leadership

.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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