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Contents

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

www.detroitimishnews.com

Friday, July 4, 2003
Tammuz 4, 5763
Vol. CJOU11, No.

ANN ARBOR O ■

UNFURLED
FREEDOMS

18 All In The Family
The Lichter brothers
teach the healers.

A

THIS WEEK

19 Flash Point

Farmington international
course draws objections.

OPINION

21 Still In The Dark

.

Supreme Court vote fads
to address education inequality.

Paul and .Allen Lichter

COMMUNITY

FOOD

24 Southfield's Jewel

69 Dining Alfresco

State-of-the-art library
with future growth in mind.

An old-fashioned picnic
with some new twists.

FrrNEss

OBITUARIES

46 Aging Gracefully

91 Morris Neuvirth

Modern lifityks are changing
the definition of old age.

Inspiring Instructor

91 Judith Owens

APPLETREE

Teacher And Leader

ago.
And much has been made of the
struggle faced by Israel, the region's
only democracy, and the Bush
administration's seeming inability
to compare terror against
Israel with Al Qaida's terror
against the United States
— easily comparable in
my book.
At the same, time,
President Bush has
proven a great friend of
Israel in other ways; with-
out his friendship, Israel
would be even more vulnerable
in its battle to preserve Jewish
statehood.
This Fourth of July, heralding
America's Declaration of Independence
on July 4, 1776, let us exalt in the free-
doms unfurled and symbolized by the Stars
and Stripes. And let us thank God that
Israelis can count on America during their
wars on terror. The Jewish News office will be
closed July 4 in celebration of the national
holiday.
Wishing you a safe, happy holiday and

AppleTree
.47
Wriai Mitzvah
.32
Calendar
.30
Ca ndlelighting
.7
Crossword
.87
Danny Raskin
66
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . . 33
For Openers
.. 7
Insight
19
Letters .
. 6
Marketplace
73
New Arrivals
31
Obituaries .
91
Out & About
50
Something Extra
11
Spirituality
Synagogues
Torah Portion
Weddings

Cover:
Photography, Angie Baan
Page design, Michelle Sheridan

Robert A. Sklar
Editor

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

()COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jews' love affair with a
100-year-old Detroit institution.

COVER
STORY page 37

54 Founding
Fathers/Mothers

The Power Of Man

Significant Jews
of Colonial America.

.

7

Shabbat shalom!

ARTS &
ENTERTAINMENT

49 Passion For Pewabic

t' ha

merica has focused much_ attention on
the Middle East since the latest
Palestinian terror began 33 months

47 Red, White And Jewish

July 4th surprises about
Jews and the United States.

DEPARTMENTS

Retiring Rabbi Sherwin Wine,
founder of Humanistic Judaism,
leaves a worldwide legacy.

The

Power
of Man

14, titog Raub! Sherwin Mot.

toz:n; Its-

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