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October 12, 1984 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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Friday, October 12, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

67

••

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

0. 40.

On the wonderful celebration
of the Feast of Tabernacles,
best wishes for health and happiness
to the entire Jewish Community from

AT VERY REASONABLE RATES
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT

lolithic development in
sh law and theology should
ider the fact that the greatest
rity of Medieval Jewry,
onides, was regarded by
31, contemporary European
is as a heretic.
e strength of Jewish tradi-
is the strength of Jewish
lehood: unity within diver-
. There is room for Rabbi
and Rabbi Eliezer on the
e line of the Talmud.
'the Festival of Sukkot the
takes in hand four species of
tation, symbols of the harvest
hich we offer thanksgiving to
. One classical midrash
"ticus Rabbah 30:12) likens
pecies to four types of Jews.
etrog, possessing both taste
scent, resembles the Jews
have both learning (Torah)
good deeds ( ma'asim tovim) to
credit. The palm branch,
3essing taste but no scent,
•Yrasts Jews who are distin-
;lied in learning but not in
1 deeds. The myrtle has scent
not taste; so are there Jews
■ do good but lack learning.
l the willow neither tastes nor
,11s, like those Jews who have
her learning nor good deeds.
11 Jews, the lettered and un-
ered-, the more observant and
iess observant, the exemplary

est.

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