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Contents

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

wvvw.detroitjewishnews.com

Friday, June 6, 2003
Sivan 6, 5763
Vol. CXXIII, No. 17

THIS WEEK

FOOD

16 What's Next?

80 Father's Favorites

Looking beyond the summit:
Does peace have a chance?

To make Dad happy,
let him fire up the grill.

ANN ARBOR

OBITUARIES

22 Good Works

104 Esther Goldenberg

Carol and Herb Amster honored
for many contributions.

Cookies And Love

OPINION

29 The Neighborly Way

President George W Bush passes behind Israeli
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as they pose for
photographers June 4 at the Jordanian resort of
Aqaba during the peace summit with
Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas.

105 Bryan Diem

`He Always Had A Smile'

106 Virgil Carr

A Steadfast, Caring Friend

Neighborhood Project puts
itself out of business.

APPLETREE

COMMUNITY

33 Preserving History

Archives hit by adjusted budget
but will be maintained.

5 8 Counting On Shavuot

Holiday of mitzvot, rejoicing,
study and really cheesy stuff

SPIRITUALITY

ARTS &
ENTERTAINMENT

50 Exacting Standards

61 Musical Motif

Local Torah scribe follows
directives given by Moses.

Photographer, artists explore
Springsteen's car, highway metaphors.

Readers' Choice
Ballot Inside

Your vote can make a difference in the
2003-2004 Readers' Choice Awards
that will be featured in our annual JN
SourceBook in September.
We need your opinion now on where
you like to shop, eat and be entertained
in metropolitan Detroit and Ann Arbor.
Make your vote count! Please fill out
the official ballot on page 78. Thanks.

Cover:
Photography, Angie Boon
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

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y father was a Jewish War Veteran. Even though
he ran an Army camp newspaper in the Baffin
Islands during the Korean War rather than doing
combat, he was proud he had served his country. He wore
his JWV cap dutifully over his bald head, ate breakfast nearly
every morning with JWV buddies and sold bright red pop-
pies every year to raise money for hospital visits.
Like Holocaust survivors, Jewish War Veterans are a
dwindling group. Like Holocaust survivors, they must not
be forgotten.
That's why the new JWV exhibit at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield is so important (see page 12). The
well-designed, well-researched exhibit is a monument to the
courageous veterans from Michigan who served our country
This exhibit will help us remember them.
Proud of our freedom fighters, Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit President Lawrence Jackier said: "Because
they were there, we are able to stand here and celebrate their
awesome accomplishments. We are forever indebted to them."

Shabbat shalom!

COVER
STORY

page 12

Jewish.com:
For national and world news,
log on to www.jewish.com

`We Were There'

Permanent exhibit
at JCC honors Jews
who served our
country.

On the cover: JWV Michigan Commander Robert Feldman and
Robert Slatkin, JWV of Michigan Exhibit Committee chair, at
the JWV exhibit in the JCC in West Bloomfield.

Row To Reach Us

Keri Guten Cohen
Story Development Editor

DEPARTMENTS
7
Alefbet'cha
Anniversaries . . . . 49
58
AppleTree
. 42
B'nai Mitzvah
39
Calendar
Candlelighting . . . 7
104
Crossword
. 76
Danny Raskin
Editor's Notebook
5
. 46
Engagements
For Openers .
. . 7
Insight 27
Letters ... . .. . . . 6
Marketplace . . . . 84
New Arrivals .. . . 41
104
Obituaries
Out & About . . 62
82
Spotlight
Synagogues . . . . . 55
Torah Portion . . 57
Weddings . . . . . . 48

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