Friday, November 30, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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March 3-13, 1985
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Volleying with the Soviets, royal
fences and culture in the ruins
BY ELANA EIZAK KUPERSTEIN
Special to The Jewish News
Religious tolerance in the
Soviet Union? When it comes to
tennis even the Russians make
sacrifices. At Israel's request they
agreed to postpone this year's
Davis Cup finals by one day. The
European Zone "A" finalists, Is-
rael and the Soviet Union, were
originally scheduled to compete
on the second day of Rosh
Hashanah in Donetsk, a Ukrai-
One group of Americans plan-
ning to visit Israel are Navy pilots
who will be trained in dogfighting
techniques using Israeli Kfir Cl
fighter planes. The U.S. Navy will
"borrow" 12 Kfirs from the Israeli
Air Force for training exercises.
Israel will also send 15 Kfir spe-
cialists to Virginia as part of a
three-and-a-half year, $68 million
service agreement between the
U.S. Navy and Israel Aircraft In-
Security officers at Buckin-
gham Palace recently purchased a
$2 million high-security elec-
tronic fence from Israel. The nevi
fence is expected to reduce inci-
dents such as the recent breaking
into the Queen's bedroom by a
man who wanted to kill himself in
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The new Israeli film Behind
Bars has made its mark in Italy.
Not only was it the first time in
recent years that an Israeli film
was accepted by the Venice Film
Festival, but the new film, di-
rected by Uri Barabash, received
the prestigious International
Film Critics' Prize.
The film, which tells the story of
Arab and Israeli prisoners in a
maximum security Israeli jail,
was praised for its professional
quality and interesting subject
In Israel, urban revitalization
may mean restoring a theatre
that was fully functioning "only".
5,000 years ago. The city of Petah
Tikvah is going to use a recently
excavated open-air theatre for
public performances. The stage of
Odeon, discovered at the Tel Afek
dig near town, was a small per-
forming area originally built by
Julian the apostate emperor.
The recent performance by the
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra
at the ruins of an excavated
theatre last used by King Herod
2,000 years ago is another exam-
ple of Israeli ingenuity.
The hundreds of people who
came to Herodian,. the desert
mountain, were treated to appro-
priate musical selections such as
Verdi's Hebrew Slaves Chorus
and Ernest Bloch's Schlomo.
Visitors to the City of David ex-
cavations in Jerusalem will be
able to view an ancient water
tunnel, remains of Canaanite and
Israel citadels, and residential
units which date from the reign of
David and Solomon, the Second
Temple Period, and through the
Most recent discoveries in the
area date back to the third and
second millenia BCE, some asso-
ciated with the time Canaanite
Jerusalem was first established.
These findings will become part of
a future archeological garden
featuring walkways, stone
benches, and observation points.
Israel's history and geography
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1984
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