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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-22

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JN Contents

Alyssa Kahn Gale, 17, of West Bloomfield holds Emmie, a 3-month-
old black Labrador rescued with eight siblings from a rooftop in
New Orleans. Story, page 33. Katrina coverage begins on page 25.

JNOnline.com
Thursday, September 22, 2005
18 Elul 5765
Vol. CXXVIII, No. 7

Medals Of Honor 15

A World War II vet turns 90
and receives a gift like none other.

Walk Of Ages 16

nswer (Part I of 2): Dear
_ Rita, Unfortunately, you
'...can't always assume that
the latest media "buzz" about a
particular food item or diet is nec-
essarily reliable.

Students add youthful spirit
to the mix.

.

Metro

Kids For Katrina 25

I may be restating the obvious,
but "controversy" (real or manu-
factured) sells newspapers, books,
magazines, radioltv time, etc. Its
important to sort the "wheat" from
the "chaff," so to speak, before you
rely on the latest food "buzz."

Hillel Day School project aids
hurricane-affected schoolchildren.

Arts/Entertainment

Business

To Do!/Calendar

. .49

Opinon
A Trip To Ft. Custer 25

Jewish.com

Something Extra

. . .13

82

Spotlight

18

. ._67

Staff Box

12

Crossword

69

Synagogues

77

Doer Profile

14

The Scene

20

Letters

6

Torah Portion

22

To Life!

15

World/Israel

36

Marketplace

83

Mazel Tov!

Metro

71
25

Online

6

Opinion

45

On The Cover

"Arts & Entertainment

Tangled Up 52

First, find out whether
,the proponent of the in-
formation has a "special
interest" in promoting
only one side of the "con-
troversy" (you'd be surprised).
Check out credentials: does the
author have legitimate, relevant
degrees/certifications? What else
have they authored or promoted?
Use your common sense; does their
information seem credible? Does
it apply to your situation? Finally,
when in doubt, check with your
trusted healthcare professional.

The genesis of the man
who became Bob Dylan.

Columnists
George Cantor
Harry Kirsbaum
Danny Raskin
Robin Schwartz
Robert Sklar
Gail Zimmerman

Making The Connection

. . .104

....106

So, how do you sort it all
out, i.e., how do you get to
the "truth" of competing
claims about food and nu-
trition? Also, how do you
c., know if the information
really applies to your
health situation?

Rabbi Tamara Kolton volunteers at
army base to help hurricane survivors.

World/Israel

Obituaries
Alexander Kuhn
Dr. David Weine

By Barhara BeZTIOS, R I ), LI) \
Integrated Nutrition, LLC

ties-
tion:
Dear
Barbately,
there's been a
lot of media
buzz about the
so-called "dark
side" of soy. Can you shed some
light on this? Thanks, Rita.

To Life!

For late-breaking news:

Nutritionally
Speaking

36

Legislators see firsthand Israel's fight
for survival in the Mideast.

45

Barbara Beznos,
Registered Dietitian

10

65

18

5

50

On The Cover:
Photography, Alex Lumelsky
Design, Zach Hoag
Bob Dylan performs at St. Andrew's Hall in Detroit, July 6, 1999.

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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, MI 48034.

Shabbat Lights

Candlelighting

Friday, Sept. 23,
7:10 p.m.

Shabbat Ends
Saturday, Sept. 24,
8:08 p.m.

Candlelighting

Friday, Sept. 30,
6:57 p.m.

Shabbat Ends
Saturday, Oct. 1,
7:56 p.m.

Key JN Phone Numbers:
Switchboard: (248) 354-6060
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AJ A

0—IPA

Sent i Your Otiestions To

Barbara Beznos At:

Integrated Nutrition, LLC,
32401 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills. MI 48334

Phone:
(248) 538-8050

E-mail:

barb

integratednutrition.com

\VA:
www.i ntegratednutrition .com

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