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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-10

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DETROTT
JEWISH NEWS

Contents

A winner of eight 2003 Michigan Press Association

writing, design and advertising awards

WWW.

detroitjewishnews.com

Friday, Oct. 10, 2003
Tishrei 14, 5764
Vol. COUV, No. 9

.

THIS WEEK

Rep. Rick Johnson, R-LeRoy, and Sen.
Buzz Thomas III, D-Detroit, place
flowers at Yad Vashem's Valley of the
Communities on a JCCouncil trip to
Israel.

12 Bad Timing

Free Press Yom Kippur story
on finances sparks criticism.

ANN ARBOR

21 Sounding The Alert

U-M student seeks to educate
about threat of world terrorism.

OPINION

33 Washington Waffle

FOOD

The Bush administration needs to
be firm about its Mideast policy.

89 Sweet Sukkot

Some tasty treats for the
joyous harvest festival.

APPLETREE

39 Sukkot-At-A-Glance

A "Holiday 101" about
the Sukkot holiday.

COMMUNITY

43 A Trip To Remember

JCCouncil introduces state legislators
to the Israel experience.

THE SCENE

92 Dress For Success

The post-college set takes
a look at what they're wearing.

ARTS & LIFE

71 Music Of The Soul

Singer, actress, playwright —
Canadian diva does it all.

OBITUARIES

118 Mamie Tickton

The Music Lady

Rocking
Russian Roots

I

n our continuing effort to tap
into Detroit's growing Russian
Jewish community, we look in
this issue at how young Russian
immigrants unwind after a long week of
work. One way is to follow the music
— techno and Eastern European
favorites — capably supplied by DJ
Jenny La Femme.
This young Russian immigrant's
dance parties allow other young
Russians a comfortable place to be
themselves and enjoy music that recalls
their heritage in a modern way. For a
look at their world, turn to page 64.
The JNwelcomes your ideas about
Jewish Detroiters with Russian roots —
of any age. Please contact me or Senior
Copy Editor David Sachs with your ideas.

i;E;TIVI;IT al"WiSEI 'NEWS

__CAnTILS:roar_

page 64

DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
10
Anniversaries
57
Mitzvah
49
Calendar
50
Candlelighting . . . 10
Crossword
114
Danny Raskin . . .86
Editor's Notebook . .5
Engagements
55
For Openers
10
George Cantor . . . 11
Insight
31
Letters
6
Marketplace . . . . .98
New Arrivals
52
Obituaries
118
Out & About . . .74
Something Extra .14
Spirituality
58
Spotlight
91
Synagogues
61
Teens
96
The Scene
92
Torah Portion . . 65
Weddings
57

Cover:
Photography, Angie Baan
Page design, Deborah Schultz

Party Loyalists

PARTY

LOYALISTSig

Young, upwardly mobile Russians
share a dance floor of their own.

Cover: DJ Jenny La Femme at Club Heat
in Pontiac.

Shabbat Shalom!

©COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Detroit Jewish News
(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.
Periodical Postage Paid at
Southfield, Michigan and
additional mailing offices.
Postmaster: send changes to:
Detroit Jewish News,
29200 Northwestern Highway;
#110, Southfield, NH 48034.

Row To Reach Us

Keri Guten Cohen

Story Development Editor

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.

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