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DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS

Contents

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A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

vv-ww.cletroitjewishnews.com

Friday, July 18, 2003
Tammuz 18, 5763
Vol. CXXIII, No. 23

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THIS WEEK

SPIRITUALITY

APPLETREE

14 Staying The Course

43 Where The Ark Is

71 Here's The Scoop

Farmington school board keeps
controversial course despite objections.

Chaye Olam prepares move
to a permanent home.

Everything about ice cream
and its Jewish connections.

ARTS &
ENTERTAINMENT

OBITUARIES

SPECIAL REPORT

16 Making Do With Less

Communal agencies brace for decrease
as Federation trims allocations.

OPINION

27 Rainy Day Vigilance

93 Brenda Glickman

Mother And Friend

51 Almost Famous

Kate Markowitz backs James Taylor
just before her debut solo album.

94 Dr. Leland Rickman

Healer And Teacher

FOOD

Cost controls will serve
the community well.

66 Fire In The Belly

ANN ARBOR

Here's help for the
heartburn-hampered hungry.

31 Stranger Than Fiction
"Found Magazine" peeks

into live-a-day lives.

NEW
LEASE
ON LIFE

Cover:
Photography, Angie Baan
Page design, Deborah Schultz

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

Malting Lives Better

S aving a life is one of the ultimate mitzvot, and Dr. Scott Gruber of Southfield
not only saves lives, but also improves the quality of life for many.
Dr. Gruber is a transplant surgeon heading Detroit Medical Center-Harper
University Hospital's transplant program and is a professor at Wayne State University.
Since 2001, he has doubled the number of kidney transplants done by the Harper
transplant team and has received a certificate of need to begin doing pancreas trans-
plants. He's an integral part of the hospital's drive to create a state-of-the-art transplant
center.
To his patients, the Orthodox doctor is an angel, willing to wake from a deep sleep
whenever a donated organ is available — even on Shabbat.
Staff Writer Sharon Luckerman takes you into his fast-paced world, where minutes
literally make a difference.

Shabbat shalom!

Keri Guten Cohen, story development editor

DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
9
Anniversaries
. 42
Calendar
36
Candlelighting . • . .9
Community
31
Crossword
93
Danny Raskin . . 62
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . . . 38
For Openers
9
Insight
26
Letters
6
Marketplace• • . . 73
New Arrivals .. 38
Obituaries
93
Out & About 52
Something Extra 12
Synagogues
45
Torah Portion . 47
Weddings
41

©COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Harper Hospital's Dr. Scott Gruber

COVER STORY

page 48

New Lease On Life

Pioneering surgeon leads
Harper Hospital's transplant
program into a new era.

How To Reach Us

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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.



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(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.
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2003

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