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March 15, 1985 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-15

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38

Friday, March 15, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BARRY'S
LETS RENT
IT

THE JEWISH PARENTS INSTITUTE
COMMUNITY PASSOVER SEDER
A Unique. Secular Family Event

March 31st
12:00 Noon
JCC Maple Drake Building



PARTY RENTALS
ALL OCCASIONS

Shiffman Hall

I 855.0480 1

No Reservations accepted after March 24th

Call the JPI office
661-1000, Ext. 159

Mon.-Thurs. 10:00 to 2:00
or Sun. 9:30 to 12:30

29212 ORCIIARD LAKE RD.

South of 13 Milo

FOCUS

Leipzig's Lens

Continued from preceding page

nent collections of the
Museum of Modern Art; the
Brooklyn Museum; Eastman
House; Visual Studies Work-
shop; Midtown Y Gallery; Na-
tional Gallery of Art in Ot-
tawa, Canada; the Nassau
Museum of Fine Art; Pablo
Casals Museum in San Juan,
Puerto Rico; Houston Museum
of Fine Arts; International
Center of Photography, Art
Institute of Chicago and in
many private collections.
In addition, Leipzig has re-
ceived numerous awards and
grants for his work. He also is
listed in Who's Who in
America and Who's Who in

Arthur Leipzig

American Art.
tion will carry this idea
He doesn't want to be iden-
further. "If my exhibition
tified with the typical, aggres- helps people be more under-
sive news photographers. "I'm standing of other people,
not aggressive. I try to work in Jewish and non-Jewish, then
a person-to-person relation-
I'm very, very happy."
ship and establish one being to
The Jewish Community
another."
_Center will host Leipzig's ex-
He said he hopes his exhibi- hibition through April 5.

BOOKS

Mixture Of Fear And Hope

THE CULTURAL COMMISSION OF CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

.

in celebration of Jewish Music Month
preSents

"AN EVENING OF JEWISH MUSIC"

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 19TH AT 8 P.M.

in the Main Sanctuary

featuring the following prominent area musicians

BERNARD KATZ, PIANIST
LINDA SMITH, VIOLINIST

MARCY CHANTEAUX, CELLIST
KERSTIN ALLVIN, HARPIST

in works by

Paul Ben Haim

and a premiere concert version

of a recently composed wedding service by

Dr. Sholom Kalib

Cantor Chaim Najman as soloist and
Rabbi Irwin Groner as Commentator

with

Program is open to the entire community at no charge

Dr. Samuel Stulberg

Dr. Paul Gold, Mrs. Harvey Zalla

Chairman Cultural Commission

Co-Chairmen

BY NECHEMIA MEYERS
Special to The Jewish News

A recently published child- ditional withdrawal from Leba-
ren's book could only have ap- non. The attitude of serving re-
peared in Israel. Called "Daddy
servists is also reflected in the
Goes to the Reserves," it ex-
record speed with which they
plains to tots why their fathers
have digmantled installations in
are called up for long periods of the areas being evacuated and in
reserve duty each year and what the boisterous parties they hold,
they do while they are in uni-
once they are "south of the bor-
form.
der."
It was written by 31-year-old
As might be expected, there is
Jerusalem teacher Itamar Mar-
less enthusiasm in the Upper
cus together with his wife, Shel-
Galilee, where old shelters are
ly, as a result of their own exper- now being cleaned out and new
iences three years ago when Ita-
ones are being built. There is
mar was sent, as a reservist, to
also considerable apprehension
Lebanon. His son, Yoav, then
in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza
only two, couldn't understand
Strip, where recent terrorist at-
how it was that one night his
tacks — in which several people
father tudked him into bed and
have been killed or wounded —
next morning had disappeared.
are motivated, Jewish settlers
The book, which emphasizes
claim, by a feeling among the
the unity of the family, opens
Arabs that since the Jews are
and closes with the same pic-
already "on the run," perhaps
ture: it shows a little' boy hold-
they can also be driven out of
ing his father's hand. In be-
the areas they took in 1967.
tween the father is presented do-
The PLO may well assume
ing various things in the Army.
that if it can cause enough trou-
A single theme dominates the
ble and casualties with these at-
little book, namely that father is
tackq, Israelis unsympathetic to
serving the nation and has not
the settlers may start demon-
deserted his wife and child:
strating against having to do
While this volume may be of
military service in Nablus and He-
some use to wives whose hus-
bron just as they have against
bands have been called up for
military service in Sidon and
reserve duty, \ it interests them , Tyre.
much less than the fact that Is-
Jews living in Judea and Sa-
rael's withdrawal from Lebanon
maria have been promised that
means that reserve, duty will
they can count on Government
presumably become \less com-
protection both by Prime Minis-
mon and less dangerous than it
ter Shimon Peres, whom they
has been over the last three
don't trust, and by his Deputy,
years.
Mr. Yitzhak Shamir, their erst-
Indeed, a recent poll shows
while champion. Yet their
that women and young men of
doubts remain.
military age are those most in
Only time will tell who is mak-
favor of a complete and uncon-
ing a mistake.

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