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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-09

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34 Friday, Jane 9, 1978- -

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Large Judaica Collection
VINCENZO'S
Maintained by Viennese Jew

ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN
Invite You To See Why

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VIENNA — A private
apartment on the Schot-
tenring in the first district
of Vienna houses one of the
world's largest and most
significant collections of
Judaica.
The collection in Max
Berger's private museum
consists of approximately
3,000 exhibits of objects of
worship, coins, manus-
cripts, postcards and arts
and crafts. In addition,
there is a specialized library
containing almost 12,000
books.
Berger has never sold a
single item of his collection ;
every piece has been per-
sonally prepared for dis-
play, labelled and given its
place by him.
Berger, who came to
Vienna from Poland in

1950, first started to col-
lect Viennese porcelain

from the 18th and 19th
Centuries. In 1959 he
-began specializing in
Judaica, and started col-
lecting everything that
pertained to Judaism,
beginning with the late
Middle Ages, from all
over the world.
The first articles for his
library were given to him by
befriended antique dealers;
later he began to visit auc-
tions. Today Berger, a dedi-
cated collector, steadily re-
ceives offers from au-
ctioneers and antique deal-
ers who know of his interest.
One of the most precious
and rare objects of Berger's
collection is a Hanuka men-
ora from the 18th Century:
a mythical animal, half fish,
half bird, with grappling
claws and eight birdnecks.
Torah adornments, Torah
crowns and embroidered
Torah coverings likewise
are in the Berger collection,
as is a goldplated silver
Torah plaque.
The items of worship
for Sabbath receive a

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very special place,

among them, for in-
stance, spice boxes from
many countries and cen-
turies in various artistic
forms, and kidush cups.
On display in glass cases
are old coins and modern Is-
raeli currency fashioned
after them. A coin depicting
an ear of wheat, in bronze,
dating back to Herod Ag-
rippa was, for example,
coined and circulated again
in Israel in 1960. Even
amulets are in the collec-
tion: there is one made of
silver which originated in
Persia in the early 18th
Century, and a gold one
from Yemen dating back to.
the 19th Century.

6.1

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Polish Jew's Art

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Food Act Bans
Help for PLO

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The House of Representa-
tives recently passed an
amendment to the Interna-
tional Development and
Food Assistance Act of 1978
to prohibit the use of any
U.S. development aid from
directly or indirectly assist-
ing the Palestine Liberation
Organization. This legisla-
tion was passed May 12
without fanfare because
•public interest was focused
on the debate over the con-
troversial Middle East
planes sales package.
The author of the
amendment, Rep. Lester
Wolff ID - N.Y.), said that
this was a necessary mea-
sure because some of the
funds allocated to the Mid-
dle East within the bill have
not been earmarked for
specific projects.
The stated purpose of the
1978 act is to "increase un-
derstanding between the
Arab countries and Israel
by assisting the nations in
the region in their efforts to
achieve economic progress
and political stability."

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exhibition of paintings by
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Open Tues. thru Fri., 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
19th Century Polish-Jewish
°
11
Sat., 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
artist, Maurycy Gottlieb,
donated to the Weizmann 43
Institute of Science by the
Michael and Dora Zagayski
Foundation of New York,
was opened recently at the
Siegfried and Irma
Ullmann Art Gallery on
6303 ORCHARD LAKE RD. 23041 COOLIDGE AT 9 MIL
campus.
Oak Park
IN THE ORCHARD MALL
Meanwhile, the riddle of
542-2799
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primitive plants thrive
FRI., SAT. & SUN. ONLY
under the extreme salinity
of the Dead Sea and other
arid-zone salt lakes was-dis-
cussed at a European
Molecular Biology Organi-
zation Workshop at the
Weizmann Institute.
At the institute's gradua-
tion ceremony, Weizmann
Institute President Michael
Sela expressed concern over
what he called a decreasing
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
interest in science and at-
tributed it to "the shortage
of money for science and the
AT ORCHARD MALL . . . ALL OCCASIONS
decline in its prestige as
10 to 100
well as the fact that Israel is

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