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Contents

A 2002 Michigan Press Association
General Excellence winner

www.detroitjewishnews.com

Friday, June 20, 2003
Sivan 20, 5763
Vol. CXXIII, No. 19

THIS WEEK

FOOD

18 Poverty Jumps

HEALTH

81 Summer Specials

86 Deadly Effect

Quick appetizers take
advantage of longer days.

U-M grad watches SAPS
change lift in Shanghai.

Jewish poor in New York
doubles in 10 years.

OPINION

27 Improving The Legacy

Later generations altered
Henry Ford's Jewish legacy.

APPLETREE

83 Tales That Teach

DEPARTMENTS

87 Racing For Life

Thousands race against breast
cancer, honor survivors.

Three excellent new books
focus on the Holocaust.

ANN ARBOR

COMMUNITY

5 Solving The Riddle

31 Friend In Deed

Educator Neal Elyakin
ponders peace plans.

Hillel Day School honors
Dream Maker Martin Goldman.

62 Search For Redemption

Gillis' first novel: no Jews,
but Jewish themes.

36 Looking Good!

Beth Ahm nursery school
puts on fashion show.

OBITUARIES

109 Jack Gorback

SPIRITUALITY

49 Guru Of Healing

Endearing Photographer

Teacher blends ancient Judaism
and yoga into healing mixture.

110 Marvin Schindler

Building Bridges

Cousins Miles Menuck
and Harrison Menuck, both
of Birmingham, have it made
in the shade with T-shirts,
shorts and sandals.

FORD'S
LEGACY

A

s the Ford Motor Company cel-
ebrates its 100th anniversary
this week, it could leave Jews
with mixed emotions.
True, founder Henry Ford was a
blatant anti-Semite at home and sup-
porter of Adolf Hitler on the international
front. Yet, his company also paved the way
for many Jews to climb the ranks from
immigrant status to American success story.
No one can deny the impact of Ford the
company and Ford the man on the American
scene and on the world. But the Ford legacy,
as far as the Jewish community is concerned,
has been improved dramatically by recent gen-
erations of the Ford family.
All of these issues are brought together in a
compelling story by Ford retiree Bill Carroll
on page 14, and by our editorial on page 27.

Cover:
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

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

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COVER
STORY page
Page 64

Summer Reading

Lose yourself in a great book
with our annual roundup
of the best recent fiction
and nonfiction titles
with a Jewish twist.

Alefbet'cha
Anniversaries
47
B'nai Mitzvah
. 41
Calendar
. 39
Candlelighting
. .7
Crossword 12
Danny Raskin . . . 76
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . . . 46
For Openers 7
Insight . 26
Letters
6
Marketplace . . 88
New Arrivals .... 40
Obituaries 109
Out ez About . . 60
Something Extra . 10
Spotlight . . . 85
Synagogues
53
Teens
57
Torah Portion • . 56

SUMMER

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with our

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fiction and

nonfiction

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©COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Shabbat Shalom!

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