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Contents

Winner of eight 2003 Michigan Press Association

writing, design and advertising awards

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MICHIGAN PRESS ASSOCIATION

www.detroitjewishnews.com

Friday, Oct. 31, 2003
Cheshvan 5, 5764
Vol. CXXIV, No. 12

RUSSIAN ROOTS

37 Cultured Kids

Alexander Podkopayev of West
•Bloomfield and his 6-year-old son,
Ron, enjoy the show at the
Russian Cultural Center.

Russian youngsters
get smattering of arts.

THIS WEEK

16 When Worlds Collide

What happens when Halloween and
Shabbat fall on the same night?

FOOD

79 Thanks For Shortcuts

OPINION

Photo by Alex Lumelsky

31 Stakeholder Responsibility

Getting back to the front line
with Jewish National Fund.

SPORTS

82 Four Greats

SPIRITUALITY

Sports Hall of Fame
inducts new class on Monday.

COMMUNITY

51 Secular Milestone

35 Economic Visions

Israeli Humanist rabbi
ordained in Farmington Hills.

Friends of Woodward Ave.
honor 3 urban developers.

APPLETREE

42 Story Of An Angel

How a woman in Bergen-Belsen
worked a miracle.

Prepare Thanksgiving favorites
with a lot less fuss.

OBITUARIES
109 Florence Unger

ARTS & LIFE

She Brought Beauty Into The World'

59 Tragedy Of Assimilation

Anthony Hopkins is a black man
posing as a Jew in "The Human Stain."

Holistic Options

OVER STORY-

page 56

W

hen traditional medicine can offer
no more, where do terminally ill
patients turn? Some find relief and
comfort from alternative methods that include
massage, acupuncture, nutritional and herbal
supplements and relaxation techniques.
The University of Michigan had one of the
first programs in the country in complemen-
tary and integrative health, which addresses
these alternative methods.
Now, thanks to a $2 million gift from Mark
Kahn of Bloomfield Hills, the Gayle Halperin
Kahn Professorship in Integrative Medicine
will allow a professor to study and evaluate
alternative, complementary and holistic heal-
ing techniques.
The professorship is named after Kahn's late
wife, who died in February 2002 of brain can-
cer. She had found great relief in the alterna-
tive methods.

110 Dr. Max Newman

Innovator In Physical Medicine

LOVE'S LEGACY

Gift in wife's memory puts U-M
medical school in forefront of
integrative medicine.

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Keri Guten Cohen
Story Development Editor

Cover:
Photography, Angie Baan
Page design, Deborah Schultz

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Dr. Steven Bolling, Mark Kahn
and Dr. Sara Warber

Shabbat shalom!

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DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
10
Anniversaries . . 50
AppleTree
42
B'nai Mitzvah • • 45
Business
88
Calendar
39
Candlelighting . . .10
Crossword 104
Danny Raskin . . . 76
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . . . 48
For Openers . . . . 10
George Cantor . . . .11
Insight
29
Letters
6
Marketplace .
. 89
New At rivals
.. 44
Obituaries
109
Out 8c About . . 60
Something Extra . 14
Spotlight
86
Synagogues
53
Teens
87
The Scene
86
Torah Portion . . 55
Weddings
49

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2003

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