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June 25, 1982 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Creativity Is Flowering

Princeton's

By RABBI DAVID GEFFEN

World Zionist Press Service

BAR
ITZ

MARTY S. FRENKEL
Son of
Cookie & Gary Frenkel
Beth Shalom
April 17

RON ELKIN
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Art Elkin
Temple Israel
May 21

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MATTHREW CARRIS
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Arline & Harry Carris
Livonia Jewish Cong.
May 1

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Dr. & Mrs. Allen Zimberg
Beth Achim
May 1

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For This And All
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Son of
Dr. & Mrs. Richard Weiner
Temple Emanu-El
May 21

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May 14

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JERUSALEM — The
roots of Jewish art reach
back into the ancient past
and provide a foundation for
the most modern of art
forms. The land of Israel
provides an artistic labora-
tory in which all types of
cultural expression can
emerge. There is a sym-
phony of interaction be-
tween the ancient and the
modern, between the reli-
gious and the secular; and
Jews everywhere benefit
from this new flowering of
Jewish creativity.
In the photograph accom-
panying this article there is
to be found a beauty and ex-
citement all of its own.
Standing tall and erect is a
modern Hanuka menora in
silver. Four branches on
either side, each one stem-
ming from the same source,
build up to a peak crowned
by the lone holder for the
shamas — the candle which
lights all the others.
This menora contrasts
with a seven-branched one
to its right. In its tooling

this menora sympolizes the
one which stood in the Tem-
ple of old. That menora form
is found in every synagogue
which is in our tradition a
mikdash me'at — a minia-
ture temple.
A coin of the Second
Temple Period is
enlarged in size and car-
ries on it ancient Hebrew
script and a cluster of
pomegranates, the royal
fruit. This coin is placed
in context when seen
with a clay oil lamp of -
that same era. The coin
expresses independence
even amidst servitude

Jewish Leaders in Lebanon

BEAUFORT CASTLE,
Lebanon (JTA) — "It is the
duty and privilege of the
Jewish people worldwide to
share with Israel the tre-
mendous economic burden
created by the war in Leba-
non. This is the message
which must emerge from
our meetings here."
With those words of
exhortation Jewish Agency
and World Zionist Organ-
ization Executive chairman
Leon Dulzin introduced the
members of the Jewish
Agency Board of Governors
to sites of the recent Israeli
military action in Lebanon.
Standing on the ramparts
of this ancient Crusader for-
tress, Jewish leaders from
the United States, Europe
and South America were
told of the military threat
posed to Israel's northern
settlement by Palestine
Liberation Organization ar-
tillery and rockets concen-
trated here before Israeli
forces captured this com-
manding spot.
Escorted by army officers,

Abu Eain Gets
Life Sentence

JERUSALEM — Ziad
Abu Eain, the Palestinian
extradited from Chicago to
face charges of planting a
bomb in Tiberias that killed
two boys and injured 36 per-
sons, was sentenced last
week in Israel and given a
life term in prison.
Arab spokesman in the
U.S. claim that Abu Eain
was falsely accused by a
convicted terrorist who
thought that he could not be
extradiate by the U.S. They
claim the Israeli court ig-
nored the testimony of a
dozen Arab witnesses who
said Abu Eain was working
in Ramallah, 90 miles from
Tiberias, on the day of the
1979 bombing.

Religion is in the heart,
not in the knees.

-

the board of governors and
members of the Jewish
Agency Assembly who con-
vened in Jerusalem this
week, travelled in convoy to
Beaufort and Nabatiye, the
main PLO stronghold until
three weeks ago.

and the oil lamp lights up
the path that we may take
for ourselves.

Holding the center are
the two modern candles-
ticks and the mezzuzot with
the Hebrew letter "shin."
On the extreme left and
right are a silver pitcher
with its gay designs and a
colored glass bottle and cup
reminiscent of modern Is-
raeli glass blowing.
The corked bottles filled
with sweet-smelling per-
fume and other enchanting
aromas are balanced by the
wine cups surrounding an
elegant wine pitcher whose
narrow spout carefully
measures out the flowing
wine.
This modest display of
Jewish art, old but new, in
glass and silver, both mod-
ern and traditional, hints at
the richness and originality
of Jewish art forms in Is-
rael.

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