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Jewish art on display at museum in Huntington

Museums exist to enlighten and entertain. A current exhibition at the Huntington Museum of Art meets both goals.

HMA hosts "The Perpetual Well: Contemporary Art from the Collection of the Jewish Museum" in New York through July 29, 2001. Huntington becomes the fourth museum in the United States to exhibit this collection.

People of many faiths have expressed interest in this exhibit because it touches on universal themes while providing the opportunity to learn more about Jewish culture. A limited edition of Biblia Sacra, illustrated by Salvador Dali, is on display. And a biblical garden, featuring plants from the Old Testament, is featured.

HMA has received great regional support from as far away as Lexington, Ky., Cincinnati, Ohio, and Charleston, W.Va. The museum wishes to invite members of your community to be enlightened and entertained through this exhibition.

Programs, including films, discussions and classes, have been planned to complement this exhibition. To learn more or to receive a free program guide, call (304) 529-2701.

Margaret Mary Layne

Director of Development

Museum of Art

Huntington

Politicians keeping

our state poor

through votes

Well, I see that Rep. Mollohan and the senior and junior senators voted against letting us have our money back in the form of a tax cut.

That's one of the problems with this state. The only thing keeping us from being the poorest state is Mississippi, and the things keeping us from getting richer are some of the politicians we send to Washington and Charleston.

Michael J. Townley

Clarksburg

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