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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-16

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DETROIT
311`971SR NEWS

Contents

JN

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

www.detroitjewishnews.com

Friday, May 16, 2003
Iyar 14, 5763
Vol. CXXIII, No. 14

The shadow of
an Orthodox
Jew is cast on a
desk as he prays
in front of the
Western Wall
in Jerusalem's
Old City.

ANN ARBOR

11 Shticky Business

Ann Arbor's Carol Dunitz
is dressed to communicate.

THIS WEEK

17 'Worse Than Oslo'

ZOA president sees little
benefit in road map.

17 Mission Shabbat 110>10-

Local synagogues to promote
Israel trip at services this
weekend.

SPIRITUALITY

APPLETREE

54 Blending Sorrow and Joy

115 Count Me In

Israel Memorial Day gives way
to Independence Day.

The fascinating story
behind Lag b'Omer.

BUSINESS

OPINION

ARTS &
ENTERTAINMENT

31 The Deal Breaker

93 Sanctuary In Shanghai

Arabs' right of return
and Jewish settlements.

Jewish refugees recall escape,
hardships in new documentary.

18 Generations

Detroiters memorialize
their parents at National
Yiddish Book Center.

117 Jake's

Michigan-based Jacobson's
had long, elegant history.

OBITUARIES

141 Geri Lester

COMMUNITY

FOOD

35 A Caring Soul

110 Happy Recipes

`Activist of Year" David Techner
tends to Jews in Detroit, Israel.

Lag b'Omer offers a break
and festive opportunity.

An inspiring race
against cancer.

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ur annual Cap & Gown section continues to
grow. A record 173 graduating high school seniors
met our minimum grade point requirement and
our deadline in order to be part of our annual yearbook.
The total number of Michigan students appearing in
our pages soared last year when we changed our entry
limitations. But there is no grade inflation — the 3.60
minimum, unweighted, cumulative grade point aver-
age remains the same as it has for the previous 13 edi-
tions of Cap & Gown, and so does the quality of the
students. As you read our student resumes, you will be
amazed at the depth and expansiveness of the activities
in which these great students are involved. At the same
time, these youngsters know how to crack the books.
Enjoy reading Cap & Gown. You'll know someone
highlighted there. But also read about the students you
don't know. Individually and together, they will soon
be leading our Jewish community.
B'shalom,

Alan Hits
Associate Editor

DEPARTMENTS
11
Alefbet'cha
Anniversaries
. 53
115
AppleTree
.. 45
B'nai Mitzvah
117
Business
43
Calendar
Candlelighting . . .11
Crossword 133
Danny Raskin .. 106
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . 49
For Openers - . . • • 11
Health Notes . . . 109
Insight
30
6
Letters
Marketplace . . . . 119
New Arrivals . . . . 45
141
Obituaries
Out & About . . 94
109
Sports
Staff Notebook .. 14
Synagogues
57
Torah Portion . . 59
Weddings
51

Cover:
Page design, Alex Lumelsky
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Senior Yearbook

Our annual tribute to
the Jewish community's
brightest high school
seniors highlights a
record class.

HOW TO Reach Us 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.
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

°COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Detroit Jewish News
(USPS 275-520) is published
every Friday with additional
supplements in January, March,
May, August, September,
November and December at
29200 Northwestern Highway,
#110, Southfield, Michigan.
Periodical Postage Paid at
Southfield, Michigan and
additional mailing offices.
Postmaster: send changes to:
Detroit Jewish News,
29200 Northwestern Highway,
#110, Southfield, MI 48034.

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2003

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