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January 31, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-31

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Irak ne'r-FaberNziptials
Will Be Held June 17

MISS SANDRA WAGNER

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Wagner
of Burgess Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Sandra
Lynne to Gary Alan Faber, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Faber of
Dardenella Ave., Livonia.
The bride-to-be is a student at
the Wayne State University College
of Education. Mr. Faber attends
WSU, where he is affiliated with
Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
A June 17 wedding is planned.

New Dayan Peace Plan

M and MS Singles Group to Hold Snowfest Dance

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A practical new approach to
peace in the Middle East . .
initiated by the Israelis and involv-
ing those Arabs most directly af-
fected by the Six-Day War of 1967
. . . is offered by General Moshe
Dayan of Israel in the current
issue of Israel Magazine.
Dayan sees peaceful coexistence
with the Arabs in Israel's occupied
territories as a major step in the
struggle for peace with the Arab
world.
"In order to succeed," he adds,
"we shall first have to undergo,
within ourselves, a change of atti-
tude toward the Arabs in the ter-
ritories. We must no longer regard
them as enemies, but see them as
neighboring citizens who find
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
themselves under the authority of
(Copyright 1969, JTA, Inc.)
our government."
The new President puts his hand
Entitled "A Way To Peace," on a verse of the Bible selected
this exclusive article by General in advance and takes the oath of
Dayan reflects the theme of this office.
issue of Israel Magazine.
Rabbi Albert Minda of Minnea-
polis some years back made a
study of the favorite texts for in-
Israel Lost the auguration ceremonies and found
that the book of Psalms was the
War' Speculated
most favored.
Eisenhower went to
by Three Authors the President
Pslams for both of his terms.
What would have happened if For the first, the text chosen was
Israel had lost the Six-Day War? "Except the Lord build the house,
"If Israel Lost the War," described they labor in vain who build it."
by Coward-McCann publishers as For his second term "Blessed is
"a devastating exercise in political the nation whose God is the Lord,
science fiction," poses this ques- the people whom he has chosen
tion and "by reversing the out- for his inheritance."
Wilson also chose a verse from
come of the Six-Day War, shows
the international repercussions that the Pslams. For his first term,
could have followed an Arab vic- "And take not the word of truth
tory in 1967." Coward-McCann will utterly out of my mouth." His sec-
ond term began during World War
publish the book on Feb. 19.
In the summer of 1967, the three I, and then Wilson chose: "God is
authors, Richard Chesnoff, Ed- our refuge and strength. There-
ward Klein and Robert Littel, were fore we will not fear though the
all working as associate editors in earth do change."
Taft took the prayer of Solomon
Newsweek's foreign department.
About 10 days before the Arab- at Solomon's own "inauguration."
"Give
thy servant an understand-
Israeli war began, Chesnoff was
dispatched to Israel to cover the ing heart to judge thy people that
I
may
discern between good and
impending crisis. In New York,
Klein and Littel were part of a evil, for who is able to judge this,
Newsweek team assigned to write that great people."
Hoover chose as his text a verse
cover stories of the war and its
from the Pslams which emphasizes
aftermath.
"Familiar with every stage of not faith but understanding: "For
the people perish."
the war, with those statesmen want of vision,
proven true! There was
both here and abroad who played That was
not enough vision and the great
such dramatic roles during the
war, and with the man-in-the- crash of 1929 came.
President Grant like Eisenhower,
street's reaction to the crisis, they
was a military man and yet he
are in a unique position to write a chose a world peace text — the
plausible account of what would verse of Isaiah: "And they shall
have happened 'If Israel Lost the beat their swords into plowshares:
War,' " the publishers state.
nation shall not lift sword against
nation, neither shall they learn
Adapt yourself to the things war any more." This was Nixon's
among which your lot has been text too. Grant was sworn in just
cast and love sincerely the fellow 100 years ago but we are still fur-
creatures with whom destiny has ther today from the realization of
ordained that you shall live.
—Marcus Aurelius. this hope.

Inaugurations
and the Bible

'If

Friday, January 31, 19_69-29'

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The M & MS, Jewish singles Refreshments will be served.
group (age 25 40), will hold a Admission will be charged.
* * *
Snowfest Dance 8:30 p.m. today at
Workmen's Circle.
`Design by Accident'
What's happening in art today?
Exciting new designs, bold experi-
Soviet Announces
ments with color, form-defying
Jewish Hero's Name
shapes and patterns, accidental
but controlled effects a la Jackson
Was Not Forgotten
Pollock that provide a means of
The Soviet Embassy in Washing- new discoveries on canvas.
ton wanted it known this week that
The key to many of these new
a Jewish hero's name was not for- effects is found in a paperback
gotten. Its statement is contained original Dover publication, "De-
in a signed article by Ion Rodinov, sign by Accident" by James F.
Novosti Press Agency correspond- O'Brien. The b o o k describes
ent, which reads:
dozens of "spontaneous" designs
"Sasha Rabinovich-Kovalev — a created by the author in his work
Jewish hero youth of the Second as a commercial artist. These
World War—gave his name to a effects—all of which have great
potential for the student and photo-
new Soviet diesel ship.
"A fascist shell pierced the side grapher, designer and commercial
of a Soviet ship on May 9, 1944. A artist—involve applying pigments
16-year-old sailor apprentice, Sasha in uncommon ways, letting differ-
Rabinovich-Kovalev, closed the ent materials react on one another;
opening with his body. The brave forming crackle patterns by creat-
seaman died, but his exploit was ing stress in paint or glue or ink
not forgotten. Posthumously, he applied in several layers; making
was awarded the Order of the flower forms by dropping paint on
non-absorbent surfaces. There are
Patriotic War (First Degree).
tree shapes; random dribble pat-
"Now the name of the young terns; runs and splashes caused
hero is borne by a new ship berth- by vigorous, aggressive force and
ed at the piers of the Riga Sea gravity; marble-like effects; wrin-
trade port. The vessel was built kle line and folds in many sub-
on the shipyards of Rostock, GDR, stances; crawl patterns; even mis-
to Soviet orders. The Soviet flag cellaneous designs—scorch marks
was hoisted on her on Dec. 5, 1968, from a kerosene flame, etc.
USSR Constitution Day.
"The Sasha Rabinovich-Kovalev
is a ship strengthened for naviga-
tion in ice and can sail under Arc-
tic conditions.
"From the Baltic the new diesel
ship will make her maiden voyage
to ports of Britain, Belgium and
Holland. A school in the Village
of Granitny where there is a monu-
ment to him, has also been named
after Sasha Rabinovich-Kovalev.
There is a museum in the school,
containing documents about the
hero's life and feat."

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