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March 01, 1991 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-01

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FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1991

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Artist Creates
Symbolic Menorah

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

raised funds for the Mich-
igan Heart Association.

Local Columnist

H

untington Woods ar-
tist Morris Brose
recently had a
mechanical problem with his
newest sculpture. His 10-foot
wide by 5-foot high menorah
he created for Temple Beth
El in the Santa Cruz, Calif.,
suburb of Aptos couldn't fit
down the steps. Since Mr.
Brose's freight elevator
wasn't working, he had to
remove the menorah with a
hoist. The menorah posed a
complicated mechanical
task, but the ideology is
quite clear. "My principal
aim in making this menorah
was to create a sense of high
spirituality of ancient Heb-
rew liturgy. The forms that
comprise the sculpture are
based upon traditional Heb-
rew ideas, symbols and
calligraphy," Mr. Brose said.
At the center of the meno-
rah is the letter shin, flank-
ed by the tablets. The light
carriers are inspired by an-
cient oil lamps. Two sym-
bolic shofars are on the sides
of the menorah. The metals
of the menorah are bronze,
copper and nickel silver.

HILLEL WINNERS
Three students from Hillel
Day School have been nam-
ed local winners in the 22nd
annual America & Me essay
contest, sponsored by Farm
Bureau Insurance.
The three students who
earned first, second and
third place are respectively:
Elly Berger, Jeremy Gor-
don and David Laxner.
Elly's first place essay now
advances to the state level
competition. In the fitness
arena, Ceil Ginger , a
Hillel gym teacher, organiz-
ed the blood drive and Hillel
jump rope event. Over 500
people attended the Feb. 10
event and 100 pints of blood
were donated. The children
and parents jumped rope and

HARVITH PARTY
Sylvia and Erwin Har-
vith recently hosted a
garden party at their Pom-
pano Beach home in Florida
to celebrate Tu B'Shevat.
Max Sosin served as master
of ceremonies, while Ed-

Sylvia and
Erwin Harvith.

ward Rosenthal , Michigan
regional director of the Jew-
ish National Fund, was the
guest speaker. Laurie
Nosanchuk, assistant ex-
ecutive director of Michigan
JNF, also attended.
Gardens of at least 100
trees to be planted in Israel
were purchased by many
Detroiters. Some of the
patrons included: Dr. and
Mrs. Arnold Axelrod, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Baron,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Deutsch,
Beatrice Epel, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Frankel, the
Gantz family, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Dorfman and
Pearl Brodsky.
In addition to a garden of
trees, the Harviths are es-
tablishing five Keren Dorot,
a JNF contribution, in honor
of their grandchildren.

BLOOD DRIVE
Milton Klein, president of
Pisgah Lodge 34, B'nai
B'rith, wants to share the

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