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June 12, 1981 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-12

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THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS
20 Friday, June 12, 1981
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P OUTFITTERS

AL SU

and YOUNG MEN'S WEAR
BRODY'S BOY'S
6690 Orchard Lake Rd., W. Bloomfield, Mich.

In the West Bloomfield Plaza

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Foot Lockers and
Trunks
Nylon Bug Netting
Fitted Cotton Sheets
Discount Insect
-Repellent
Compass
Unbreakable Mirrors
Shoe Bags
Rain Ponchos
Waterproof Bag Covers
Nametapes
Official T-Shirts - _
ALTERATIONS
Sweatshirts
Shorts & Visors

XL-Zip Duffle Bags
Laundry Bags
Rubber Ditty' Bags
Wool Army Blankets
Acrylic Camp Blankets
Canteen — 1 or 2
Quarts
Flashlights
Camp Knives
Collapsible Drink Cups
Tooth Brush Holders

CAMPS

Senior Adult
The
Writers, under the direction-
of Prof. Norma Goldman at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, are creating

Rightists Take
H.U. Election

CAMPER'S CHECK LIST

for

Senior Adult Writers Trying
Their Hands at Haiku Poetry

Towels and
Washcloths
Speedo Swim Suits
Nose and Ear Plugs
Bio-degradable Soap
After Bite
Back Packs
Sleeping Bags
Overalls
Painter Pants
Sweat Pants and Tops

SEAGULL * WALDEN
MAPLEHURST •TAMARACK

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
More than half of the
8,800-member student body
boycotted the Hebrew Uni-
versity student elections
last Tuesday, resulting in a
landslide victory for the
rightwing Likud-affiliated
Kastel group.
Of the 3,000 students who
cast ballots, most supported
the Kastel list headed by
Student Union chairman
Yisrael Katz which secured
80 of the 82 seats on the
Student Council.
Katz claimed a vote of
confidence in his faction and
accused Labor-oriented
students of trying to estab-
lish a rival student union by
illegal means. Opposition
representatives said they
probably would set up an al-
ternative student organiza-
tion shortly.

NOW THERE'S A HEALTH PLAN
FOR YOUR HOME.

be included in the Book Fair
edition of the Journal, a
publication of the creative
writing efforts of senior
adults.
In addition to the Haiku,
Mrs. Goldman has offered a
new poem from Emma Cass,
a frequent contributor to
the Writer's Journal.

poetry using the Haiku
form.
These poems consist of 17
syllables in three lines,
usually written with five,
seven and five syllables, per
line according to Prof.
Goldman.
Following are some
examples. The poems will

* * *

Ecology

By ETHEL SILBER

The robins have gone —
Our soil is full of poison.
Robins, we miss you.

By ROSE JAFFE

Azure the pearled skies;
Gray the ashes of roses;
Life a palette of colors.

By EVE DISHELL

Vase of purple flowers,
You soothe my eyes and my soul;
Please don't wilt too soon.

By STELLA HIMMELSTEIN

The cleaned quiet pool
Waiting —
The first splash! A-a-h-h.

By MOLLIE PORTNER PITZAK

Apple trees in blossom;
Breezes floating petals down
To cover the ground.

By BERNICE KONIKOW

Shadows deepening;
Night covers cares of the world;
Daylight awakens.

By SARA LITTMAN

An expression of movements,
Agility and Grace
Often brings Sociability.

* * *

Silence Speaks in Many Ways

By EMMA CASS

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Silence is the most meaningful language of human beings,
of animals, of nature, of the whole big wide world itself.
It conveys more than the most eloquent words we can say.
Silence is the culminating state of lovers, who communicate
without the need of words.
Silence is deep understanding between friends.
Silence is a state of expression in deep feeling of grief.
Silence is a visible emotion of awe for things or people.
Silence is contentment and peace.
Silence is also eloquent in human feeling in a turbulent way.
Silence is a subdued state of suppressed resentment, or a way
of disapproval.
Silence is an expression of rejection, of disappointment, of
hopelessness.
Silence is a way of apprehension, of expectation, of agitation.
Silence is a premonition, a fear of oncoming disaster.
Silence is a most important element in making valuable
decision.
Silence is a most welcome respite in military action.
Silence is a gratifying rest after a day's work.
Silence is a way of vision, of contemplation, of creativity, it is
a relaxing change when the turmoil of the city subsides,
and sleep and tranquility take over for the night.
There is also a deep meaningful presence of silence which
surrounds us.
We must attune ourselves to understand the living, bre
thing life in the sphere of the open world.
The animals communicate their feelings in meekness, in
love, in loyalty, trust and pain, also displeasure, danger
and fear, in silence.
Nature is a silent witness of the grandeur and magnificent
sight of all outdoors.
Silence is a spokesman of the ancient ruins of the past.
Silence is an eloquent manifestation of the scorching heat
and drought.
The angry sea speaks in its own language of the mountain-
ous breakers and violent agitation, occasionally changing
to a calm flow of peace and beauty.
The intelligent- humans must recognize the tremendous
scope of their surroundings and the silent trust in the
heritage of the past, to improve and not misuse what they
have found when they appeared, but leave some muted
evidence of their activities before they expire. Silence is
something you cannot touch, yet'it sags so much.

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