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Are You Puzzled?

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Selected news and feature stories
from the Detroit Jewish News.

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) Back In Time

Look for Alexis P. Rubin's
"This Month in Jewish History"
for October.

Raise The Flag

Have fun finding these Simchat Torah words.

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) What's Eating
Harry Kirsbaum?

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AppleTree Editor

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) Pope John Paul U's
legacy with Jews

After 25 years, he has left a
decisive mark on the world,
and on the long-troubled
relations between Catholics
and Jews. Read about it on
www.jewish.com

) Thou Shalt Share Your
Peelings

Join Michael Kress on
www.jewish.com as he
reviews "Dating Secrets of
the Ten Commandments"
by Shmuley Boteach, author
of "Kosher Sex."

Moses
Kol Hanearim — (the special aliyah given to children)
Hagbahah — (lifting the sefer Torah)
Flags
Torah Scrolls
Aron — (the "closet" in which the sefer Torahs are con-
tained)
October — (the month in which the holiday occurs, this
year, on the Gregorian calendar)
Fifty four — (the Torah is divided into 54 sections)
Singing
Dancing — (you'll hear plenty of both on Simchat Torah)

See if you can find the hidden words, all relating to
Simchat Torah, in this puzzle. Words may be horizontal,
diagonal or vertical, backwards or forwards. When you've
found them all, the puzzle will reveal a message.

Rejoicing — (in English, Simchat Torah means "rejoicing
with the Torah")
--
Deuteronomy — (this is the last section we read from the
Torah)
Night — (because this is the only holiday when we read
from the Torah at night)

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