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Contents

A 2002 Michigan Press Association
General Excellence winner

www.detroitjewishnevvs.com

Friday, Sept. 26, 2003
Elul 29, 5763
Vol. COUV, No. 6

THIS WEEK

18 Mister Reluctant

Don't tell: Mickey Maddin
won the Butzel Award.

OPINION

43 Preschool's Worth

Bedrock of Jewish learning
must be top-notch, affordable.

ANN ARBOR

61 Home For Holidays

Sweet New Year recipes
to break Yom Kippur fast.

RUSSIAN ROOTS

OBITUARIES

73 Dog Whisperer

Canine trainer teaches you
how dogs speak and think.

Siberian Jewish life revived
by diamond magnate.

49 Holiday Microcosm

Rosh Hashanah past,
present andfilture.

135 Worth Waiting For

Ann Arbor residents 'adopt'
students for holiday meals.

154 Along The Railroad

APPLETREE

FOOD

ARTS & LIFE

174 Sarah Laker

175 Eugene Perle
Jack Kraizman

176 Abraham Satovsky
Max Weinberg

1 1 1 Shofar Man

Rafael Mostel spearheads interest
in shofar's musical possibilities.

CHECK IT OUT

George Cantor, a columnist and reporter for Detroit news-
papers for 40 years, is the newest Jewish News columnist. His
weekly "Reality Check" column will offer his view of Jewish
Detroit and the Jewish world (see page 11).
During his long career in journalism, the native Detroiter
was a baseball writer, covering the 1968 World Champion
Tigers and also a travel editor and assistant city editor. His
columns ran from 1979-2003 in the Detroit News.
He has written 18 books on sports, travel and history. His
most recent was Courtney's Legacy: A Father's Journey, pub-
lished in 2002. His nationally syndicated radio show, More
Than Music, was heard on nearly 100 stations.
George and his wife, Sherry, live in West Bloomfield with
their incorrigible west highland terrier Charley; they are
members of Temple Israel.

SIMEIr 1101PE8

D

etroit Jewry is facing a host of
important issues as we move into
a new year: communal funding,
Jewish education, senior services, Israel
advocacy, acculturation, synagogues.
But we're still a model in many ways
for fund-raising, programming and serv-
ices. We've come together often and with
vigor to support needs and causes that
we believe in. Our deep historical roots
as an organized community gives us a
rich sense of local heritage and identity.
May 5764 be a good and sweet year.
Eshanah tovah tikateivu v'techataymu.
May you and yours be inscribed and
sealed in the Book of Life this High
Holiday season. Shabbat shalom!

Editor

Temple
Shir Shalom
shofar blower
Stephanie
Steinberg,
13, of
Farmington
Hills

DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
10
Anniversaries . . . 96
AppleTree
49
Calendar
88
Candlelighting ...10
Community
73
Crossword
170
Danny Raskin . . 132
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . . 94
For Openers . . . . 10
Health
143
Here's To
86
Insight . .
40
Letters
6
Marketplace . . . . 154
New Arrivals
. 91
Obituaries .
174
Something Extra 14
Spirituality
61
Synagogues
68
The Scene
145
Torah Portion . . 71
Weddings
95

Cover:
Photography, Angie Boon
Page design, Deborah Schultz

OVER STORY

page 99

Sounds Of The New Year

An enduring symbol of the High
Holidays, the shofar also has
become a collector's item.

On the cover: Michael Eben 17, and
Zachary Friedman, 14, both of West
Bloomfield, practice blowing shofar
at Temple Shir Shalom.

The Jewish News is in the former FTD World Headquarters,
29200 Northwestern Highway at Franklin Road, Suite 110, Southfield, MI 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.

┬ęCOPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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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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Postmaster: send changes to:
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#110, Southfield, MI 48034.

9/26
2003

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