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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-28

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Contents

El

Winner of eight 2003 Michigan Press Association

writing, design and advertising awards

etroitimishnews.com



Friday, Nov. 28, 2003
Kislev 3, 5764
ol. CXXIV, Isla. 16

AJ A.

MICHIGAN PRESS ASSOCIATION

ANN ARBOR

91 New A2 Fraternity

Fledgling YAD in Ann Arbor
meets variety of needs.

Alexis Frankel of
Ann Arbor, Liat
Ran of Ann
Arbor and Joel
Ring of Flint, all
members of Ann
Arbor's Young
Adult Division,
meet for dinner
and mingling.

THIS WEEK

16 Walking The Line

For Joe Lieberman, Jewishness is key
but it doesn't tell the whole stoly.

19 $100 Million
For Education

Steinhardt proposal would open
a gateway to Jewish learning.

RusmAN ROOTS

APPLETREE

ARTS & LIFE

36 Farmer Fink

75 Let There Be Light

Woman gains perspective
amid chickens and kids.

Show and sale displays
handmade Chanukah menorot.

COMMUNITY

FOOD

DEPARTMENTS
. . 10
Alefbet'clia
. . 59
Anniversaries
B'nai Mitzvah ... 52
Business . . . ..... 67
. 48
Calendar .
.10
Candlelighting
. 116
Crossword
86
Danny Raskin
ir Editor's Notebook 5
. 10
For Openers
.11
George Cantor .

27 Whose Books?

Russian library's Jewish
room stirs controversy.

OPINION

40 A Different Drummer

89 Leftover Heaven

Non-traditional students
find the Village.

Quick and inventive ways
to use Thanksgiving leftovers.

33 Meaningful Mision

Teen Mission 4 is
a trip of a lifetime.

SPIRITUALITY

62 Nachas Ahoy

Supporters break ground
for Naval Academy Jewish chapel.

FARIVIER, FDTIE

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page 70

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is not often that you meet someone
who truly loves their work, who
goes to their "job" every day with
exuberance and passion.
We'd like you to meet Carol Fink, a
park ranger at Kensington Metro Park
near Milford. She tends to the cows,
chickens, horses and goats at the park's
farm interpretive center, but she is equal-
ly at home and joyful with the children
and adults who visit her farm family.
AppleTree Editor Elizabeth Apple-
baum does a masterful job of capturing
Carol in her element. Please enjoy
Elizabeth's AppleTree feature on page 36.

COVER STORY

Cover design:
Michelle Sheridan

On Top Of The World

On Top

of The

World

Mel Brooks is riding high as "The
Producers" continues its triumphant
national tour with a stop in
Detroit.

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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
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#110, Southfield, Michigan.
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