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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-07

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DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS

Contents

Winner of eight 2003 Michigan Press Association

writing, design and advertising awards

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Friday, Nov. 7, 2003
Cheshvan 12, 5764

Vol. CXXEV, No. 13

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DEPARTMENTS

32 Pathway To Peace

Ambassador Ross says both sides in
Mideast have to adjust.

74 Up Close And Personal

Former
Ambassador
Dennis Ross
speaks to the
Jewish Federation
of Washtenaw
County.

Ann Arbor Jewish Book Fair
offers meet-and-greet opportunities.

I HIS -WEEK

17 A Transformational Gift

Photo by Daniel Lippia

Jean and Samuel Frankel are revealed as
contributors of $20 million to the JAMD.

18 Reunion In Washington

For aging survivors of the Holocaust,
the future means remembering the past.

OPINION

37 A Shaky Foundation

Ford Foundation needs
to open its eyes.

ARTS & LIFE

BUSINESS

69 WaterColor Wizard

91 To The Point

Painter exhibits her still lifts,
illustrations for a new book.

An Israeli company is bringing
200 new jobs to Port Huron.

THE SCENE

OBITUARIES

117 Steven Katz

84 Jewish Identity, To A 'T'

Man Of Courage

The latest in "tribal" fashion
and cultural pride for young adults.

117 Helen Salamon

Remarkable Career

118 Elizabeth Weiss

A Devoted Life

APPLETREE

40 Sweet Smells

Jewish tradition and
aromatherapy for your family.

FOOD

118 Fred Linden

89 Kosher Food Sh ow

Bronze Star Vet

Annual New York show
has 400 new items.

A Media Leader

Honoring

NI

119 Robert Smith



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or a man who earned his
Bronze Star by doing secretive
intelligence work during World
War II, you know Joe
Beckerman learned a bit about patience.
But 58 years is asking a little too much.
Still, that's how long it took for this for-
mer Detroiter now living in Florida to
receive his medal.
As we honor veterans of all wars this
Veterans Day, take a little time to listen to
a story from someone who served in the
military. It might not always be as exciting
as Beckerman's tale of undermining the
Luftwaffe and saving American pilots, but
it's still worth the hearing and its certainly
heart-warming for the teller who served
our country well. Enjoy the memories.

page 66

Outsmarting The Nazis
WWII Bronze Star winner reveals his top-

secret exploits breaking the Luftwaffe code.

Shabbat shalom!

How TO Reach Us

Keri Gu? ten Cohen
Story Develo
pment Editor

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Alefbeecha
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Anniversaries
58
AppleTree
40
13) nai Mitzvah
54
Calendar
50
Candlelighting
10
Community
45
Crossword . . . ...... 110
Danny Raskin
82
Editor's Notebook . . . 5
Engagements
57
For Openers
10
George Cantor
11
Here's To
47
Insight
35
Letters
6
Marketplace
95
New Arrivals
53
Out & About
70
Something Extra . . . 14
Spirituality
60
Synagogues
64
Torah Portion
65
Weddings
57

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Cover:
Photography, Tim Stepien
Page design,
Deborah Schultz

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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