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October 01, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SZ Cultural Group Names
Dr. Stulberg Chairman

Friday, October 1, 1982 2{

Historical Reasons Behind Holiday Use of Sukka

One opinion in the com-
mentaries takes this state-
ment literally. The sukka
would thus be a reminder of
the Exodus. Following the
Exodus which took place in
the spring, the people did
not begin to make such shel-
ters as the sukka until the
cool fall weather began to
set in.
One of the Midrashic
sources (Numbers Rabba
14:8 )relates that the Al-
mighty Himself provided
the wandering Israelites
with the sukka shelters
because their forefather
Abraham had provided

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX

(Copyright

1982k JTA, Inc.)

shelter for travelers in his
day. Another source tells
us that Jacob built and
lived in a sukka after he
fled from Laban.
Another Midrashic
source (P'sikta D'Rab
Kahana 28) tells us that the
practice of sitting in the
sukka comes after Yom
Kippur because if the judg-
ment that was actually re-
ndered on Yom Kippur con-
tained a decree that the
people would again be
homeless, then they dwell
in the sukka for the dura-
tion of the Sukkot holiday
week so that this experience

would fulfill the decree and
tehy would be then spared
further homelessness.
There is still another exp-
lanation of the Biable's
reason for sukkot. Instead of
explaining that the Al-
mighty had the Hebrews
live in booths this source
says that the sukkot repre-
sent the Divine Clouds of
Glory with which the Al-
mighty protected the Jews
in the wilderness and
through which the Hebrews
knew what direction to take
by following these clouds
which flourished above
them and led the way.

Dr. Samuel Stulberg has
Jewish people are re-
been appointed chairman of
quired to "dwell" in a sukka
Shaarey Zedek's Cultural
during the week of the festi-
Commission for the 1982-
val of Sukkot.
1983 season. Last year's co-
The Bible (Leviticus
chairman, I. Murray Jacobs
23:43) notes that the Al-
together with Dr. Abner I.
mighty had the people of Is-
Ragins are the current co-
rael live in sukkot when He
chairmen. Founder of the
brought them out of the
commission, Walter L.
land of Egypt.
Field, is honorary chair-
New Novel
man. Dr. Stulberg succeeds
Mrs. Field.
by Laurie Colwin
A member of the Shaarey
Author Laurie Colwin
Zedek Board of Trustees,
tells
the story of a married
Dr. Stulberg has been affil-
woman who falls in love
iated with the synagogue
with a young artist in her
for the past 41 years.
DR. SAMUEL STULBERG
latest
novel, "Family Hap-
He has been co-chairman
(Knopf).
for many years of the Cul- - Los Angeles, and a vice piness"
VIDEO
The changes in Polly De-
chancellor
of
the
Jewish
tural Commission's Music
marest
as
her
affair
takes
Theological
Seminary.
PROFILES
Committee, together with
On Dec. 12, The Laker root and her decisions on the
his wife, Judith, who is a
CORPORATION
musician in her own right. Family will have as its first course her life must take are
presentation a musical "Sa- the focus of the novel.
Complete Broadcast Color Videotape Productions
Additional chairman- lute to Hanuka," which will
Laurie Colwin is the
HAVE A MOVING EXPERIENCE
ships under the Cultural feature Cantor Najman author of two novels, "Shine
Commission, in addition with an augmented choir, a On, Bright and Dangerous
And Still Enjoy Your Party
to ex-officio members children's choir and an in- Objects" and "Happy All the
Any Event • Any Subject • Any Occasion
Rabbi Irwin Groner, strumental group. Rabbi Times." She has also writ-
Executive Director Groner will be the narrator. ten two collections of short
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in
the
Rabbi
Morris
Adler
David
killed
Goliath
with
President Harvey L.
a pebble from his sling.
Weisberg, include the fol- Hall and will begin at 8 p.m.
lowing: public relations,
Belden Carroll and Ceil
Kliger Ruda; music di-
vision, Dr. Harold Daitch;
drama division, Phyllis
Friedman; adult insti-
tute, Bea and Abe
Katzman; and fine arts,
Julian Lefkowitz.
At 8 p.m. Oct. 12, the
Walter and Lea Field His-
tory Lecturer will be Prof.
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