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July 22, 1960 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-22

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OIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 22, 1960 — 20

Detroit Delegates at Hadassah Dedication

The members of Hadassah in Detroit will b e represented by seven delegates, pictured here
as they departed for the dedication ceremonies in Israel of the $25 million Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center. Bidding them bon v oyage from the steps is Mrs. William B. Isen-
berg, medical center chairman. The delegates are (from left) Mesdames Sam Shekter, Ann
Caplan, Theodore Bargman, Ivan Meisner, Harry Weisberg, Samuel Cohl and Joseph Jackier.

Glory of Jerusalem's Past Depicted
in Impressive Illustrated Volume

Dr. Michael Avi-Yonah was commences with a Biblical Shalem is a well known deity
editor-in-chief of one of the quotation, and the first descrip- of the ancient Western Semites,
most impressive illustrated tion of "The Canaanite City" particularly the Amurru (Amo-
books, "Jerusalem," published begins with the sentence from rites). The saying of Ezekiel is
by Orion Press (30 5th Ave., Ezekiel, 16:2: "Thy father was borne out by the connection of
N.Y. 11).
an Amorite and thy mother an this god's name with the be-
Containing '70 color plates Hittite." Here commences the ginnings of Jerusalem."
and 150 black and white photos, use of the city's name: first
David's and Solomon's roles
taken by a team of photog- preserved as Urushamem. "The in the building of the city and
raphers under the direction of two elements of the name," the the Temple, pictorial views of
S. J. Schweig, one of Israel's account then explains, "are now sites, the Temple, the Jerusa-
best known photographers, this understood to be `Yeru' and lem panorama, unearthed
volume is certain to fascinate `Shalem,' meaning 'the god papyri, coins that have been
its possessors. It is a work of Shalem founded (the city). found by archaeologists, tablets
marked scholarship, the text
depicting the siege of Jerusa-
being a history of Jerusalem
lem
and other historical data
dating back 150 generations. At Sugarine — Calorie
are important parts of this im-
the same time it has a set of Free Sweetener for
pressive book,
historically-valued pictures
"How doth the city sit soli-
rarely to be found within the Canning of Fruits
tary," from Lamentations, com-
eovers of a single book.
Here's good news for diabet- mences the era of the destruc-
Dr. Avi-Noah, one of the most ics and people on. low-calorie tion, the Babylonian captivity,
distinguished Israeli scholars, diets.
the pledge "If I forget thee,
head of the Hebrew University's
0 Jerusalem" (Psalm 137) and
Contrary to popular opinion, the first return to Zion.
archaeology department, had
most
fruits
may
be
canned
with-
the assistance of members of
Then there is the historical
the Hebrew University faculty out sugar. Sugar will help keep resume of the restoration of
the
shape,
natural
flavor,
and
in the preparation of this
color of fruits used for canning, the city's walls, an analysis
volume.
but
it is not necessary for the of Hellenistic rule, the de-
Israel's President Isaac preservation
scription of Herod's time, the
of the fruit.
Ben-Zvi, in a preface to the
appearance of Jesus, the first
So

for
low-cost
sugar-free
volume, describes Jerusalem fare for those who need it or Roman war and subsequent
as the Holy City of all three want it—home canning can be developments.
of the monotheistic religions
The Bar Kochba war is fol-
answer. But now it's pos-
and states that "holiness of the
sible to have the sweet taste lowed by data regarding the
the city comes to it from its that sugar provides by using a Persian and Arab conquests, the
glorious past," and empha- new concentrated liquid sweet- periods of the Crusaders' rule,
sizes Jerusalem's place as ener, called SUGARINE.
the reign of the Mamelukes and
"the spiritual and religious
A calorie - free sweetener, the Turks, the last century of
cradle of civilization."
Sugarine can be used in prepar- Turkish domination and the
The story as told in the Orion ing syrups for home canning, acquisition of the Mandate for
book, "Jerusalem," substan- or in any recipe where sugar Palestine by the British after
tiates this declaration — the is not required for bulk.
World War I.
story being about Jerusalem's
Both world wars are alluded
When preparing a . syrup for
role in the histories of Judaism, canning, use the following to, and the concluding brief
Christianity and Mohammedan- measure: For a light syrup, use chapter is about "Jerusalem in
ism.
one tablespoonful Sugarine mix- the State of Israel."
There is a careful balance in ed with three cups of water.
A concluding statement de-
this volume, in the presentation For a medium light syrup, use clares: "It (Jerusalem) is
of Jerusalem's historic position one tablespoonful Sugarine still to a large extent re-
as it is depicted side by side mixed with two cups of water. moved from the material
with the status of the city of For a medium syrup, use one grossness of our era, and one
today—as the capital of Israel. tablespoonful of Sugarine mix- can only hope that its spiri-
Tradition mingles with current ed with one cup of water.
tual influence will again be
conditions, and the past is re-
This time of year, apples are felt in mankind and that the
created for the reader in story probably the most popular fruit, blessing of old will be im-
and pictures.
both for pies and for apple- plemented: 'Peace be within
Photographers and authors of sauce. Following is a tried and thee' (Ps. 122:7)."
the text are men of knowledge true recipe for sugar-free apple-
The editorial board listed at
who are thoroughly acquainted sauce:
the end of the book is a verit-
with the subject they devel-
Wash and drain fresh, sound able who's who in scholarship
oped. They showed good judg- apples. Remove stems and blos- and photography.
ment by commencing the pic- som ends and slice. Cook until
The photographs are so su-
torial account with the re- soft, using a little water to pre- perb that the volume will be
production of a medieval map vent sticking. Press apples cherished as a veritable trea-
of the world showing Jerusalem through a sieve or food mill to sure by those possessing it.
in the center.
remove skin and seeds, then `Jerusalem," the Orion pictorial-
The publishers must have sweeten the applesauce with historical account, is a remark-
considered the publishing of SUGARINE to suit your taste. able work.
"Jerusalem" a labor of love, Reheat to boiling and pour boil-
and their explanatory preface ing-hot into sterilized mason
If U.S. Savings Bonds should
is in itself a brief review of jars. Stir to remove air bubbles, ever be lost, stolen or destroy-
the history of Jerusalem.
then process 20 minutes in ed, their owners get new Bonds
Each chapter in the book boiling water.
free.

Hilarious Story Announce Troth
About an Israeli of Berta Weinberg
Farmer-Soldier

"Mahaschavi in Peace and
War" is an innocent sounding
title. It turns out to be a truly
funny story about an Israeli
chicken farmer who becomes a
soldier and is enlisted in his
country's defense.
M. Y. Ben-Gavriel, the novel-
ist, a native of Vienna, son of
a doctor, whose forefathers
were Carpathian farmers, has a
fine understanding of a farm-
er's psychology, and he has
incorporated it in this book,
which has just been published
by Citadel Press, 222 Fourth,
N. Y. 3.
The author's background, in
the military sense, is further
traced to the fact that he was
attached to the Turkish army
and was an Austrian unit com-
mander in Jerusalem. Further-
more, he was a foreign cor-
respondent in Jerusalem. Then
he served in the Haganah.
During World War II he served
with the British forces. He was
wounded in Israel's War of In-
dependence in 1948. H. now is
a correspondent for Europeon
newspapers in Israel.
The publishers report that
his book already has appeared
in German, Dutch, British and
German, as well as Israeli, edi-
tions. His earlier works were
burned by the Nazis.
Mahaschavi is an interesting
chicken farmer-soldier. He puts
life into his activities, and the
village of Kfar Haggiborim
takes on new aspects when he
Settles there. The same effects
are felt in the army circles.
Mahaschavi has the knack of
making the Ten Commandments
a new political platform. He
conducts his own wa — he has
to have things his way. That is
how he manages to save a com-
rade from Arab bandits. That
is how he supervises the mili-
tary police when the Zagazig
brothel is involved.
He is an Israeli "sad sack."
His story will delight many
readers.

Extradition Denied
BUENOS AIRES— Judge
Leopold Insaurralde ruled
against the extradition of Juan
Durcansky, Nazi war criminal,
which was requested by the
West German government.

MISS BERTA WEINBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wein-
berg of Woodingham Dr. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Berta Merle, to Ron-
ald Jack Greenbaum, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David A. Rom of
Keego Harbor. The bride elect
attends Highland Park Junior
College.

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