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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-20

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will have a number of hands-on dis-
plays that show the richness of Jewish
life throughout the world, she said.
"For example, a display mimick-
ing a travel agency will show where
Jews live around the world. There is
also an opportunity to stand in
front of a green screen and see
yourself in front of Jewish areas
around the world."
The Weinberg Center will
include the David B. Hermelin
ORT Resource Center, the 1,500-
square-foot facility that will open
concurrently with Shalom Street.
The ORT Center will provide spe-
cific technology-based progranuning
to Shalom Street, and will also pro-
vide Jewish educators in this commu-
nity with a consistent and steady
resource for teaching them how to
incorporate the excitement of technol-
ogy into the curriculum, she said. Di

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the 700 registered news media at the
event kept talking about the "brutal"
road ahead for the company and as it
enters its second 100 years with a
largely untested management team.
The company lost $6.4 billion in
2001, mainly because of the econom-
ic downturn, over-capacity at its
plants and costly incentives.
Management started slashing costs,
laying off employees and planning to
close plants.
But a profit of close to $900 mil-
lion in the first quarter of this year,
plus recent increases in market share
and quality ratings, hinted at a possi-
ble spreadsheet turnaround. Ford is
preparing to introduce 65 new prod-
ucts in North America over the next
five years.
At the company's 48th annual
shareholders meeting last Monday —
Ford went public in 1956 —
Chairman Bill Ford Jr. told an over-
flow audience in Dearborn —
including 66 family members — that
the comeback is on track and work-
Maybe Ford people, past and pres-
ent, want to forget, once and for all,
the foibles of the company's founder.
Author Baldwin was quoted in a
newspaper recently as saying: "Anti-
Semitism at Ford died with old
Henry Ford."
Of that, there is no doubt. The
question that remains unanswered is:
How much of it was really there in
the first place. n

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June 27


Friday Night Fireworks (1)

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June 28


Pregame Youth Clinic (2)

sponsored by Avaya Communications

Louisville Slugger Bat Giveaway (3)

sponsored by Comerica

Kids Camp Out (4)

sponsored by Ball Park Brands and AM 1270 the Sports Station


June 29


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