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July 25, 1969 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-25

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New Exciting Novel by Eleazar Lipsky

Ey JACK SIEGEL

(A Seven Arts F

Eleazar Lipsky, after a seven- 1
year hiatus, has published a book.
It is called "The Devil's Daughter" i
(Meredith). It is not another "Kissi
of Death," "Murder One ' or the
world of D A It is closer to "The
Scientists" which was a Book of
the Month Club selection. This one
is a blockbuster of a novel, 600
pages, and tells what is in effect a
story of star-crossed lovers. Lest
one ponder how a Lipsky (son of
Louis) would be concerned with
such a tale, rather than the fires

of Zionism and the building of a
Jewish state (which he does in his
private life), it is important to
know that the story has a legal
base (Lipsky is also an attorney).
"Devil's Daughter" grows out of a
happening which took place in the
San Francisco area around the turn
of the century. Jessica Roux is the
daughter of the devil and Mark
Trumbull. a former judge who once
had killed a man, and who be-
comes her advocate against his
better judgement, is the lover.
The mistress of a rich ex-sena-

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tor, Jessica claims he has married
her. This the senator denies. She
wants her status legally substan-
tiated and, of course, what she is
entitled to as a rejected wife. She
gets her day in court which is a
good part of the book. Trumbull,
married to a woman slowly dying,
becomes emotionally involved with
Jessica who, whatever the justice
of her cause, is a troublesome
woman. That's the nub of the
story. Involved in it is a wide spec-
trum of characters who conspire
against both Jessica and Mark and
in the end bring them down.
If you like a tale well-embroid-
ered in elegant prose, with a well-
researched and knowled g e a b l e
basis in law; if you like the aroma
of the west and enjoy having it
brought before your eyes, then Mr.
Lipsky's book is for you. Some
years back there was a picaresque
best seller called Anthony Adverse.
It was a tale well told and stocked
with information beyond the ken
of the reader. In many ways, Lip-
sky's book reminds me of it. His
price is not too stiff and it worth
the entry fee into another world, a
more leisurely one, in which you
will find that people have not
changed much after all, especially
judges, about whom we are read-
ing so much these days.

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So that the newly created news- ,
paper publication board at Wayne
State University would have a
chance to work on the improve-
ment of the controversial school
newspaper. WSU President William
Keast suspended the South End I
July II
He said later that had summer
editor Cheryl McCall been allowed
to publish the "revolutionary" issue
of the paper, state legislators
might have demanded a permanent
closing of the South End.
Keast called the new publication
board "'a promising arrangement".
and said that it deserved the
chance to put out a good school
paper.

Friday, July 25, 1969-27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Increases Exports of Canned Food to U.S. -

JERUSALEM — Israel's produc-
tion of select canned foods for ex-
port to the United States is being
spurred by advanced agricultural
techniques and improved process
ing methods with the aid of Israel
Bonds.
Utilizing Israel Bond capital to
increase the production of indus-
trial crops and to modernize fac-
tories which process food, Israel
has doubled its exports of canned
citrus, tomatoes and apricots to
America, going from $1,600,000 in
1967 to $3.200,000 last year. Exports
to this country are expected to
reach $5,000,000 by the end of 1969.
Approximately 80,000 tons of to-
matoes are being processed in Is-
rael to make canned peeled toma-
toes, pizza sauce, tomato juice and
catsup, for export to the U.S. this
year, which should result in esti-

mated earnings of $2,000,000. Canned
apricot halves, totaling 5,000 tons,
are expected to produce an addi-
tional $2,000,000 in foreign cur-
rency, while some 250,000 cases of
canned grapefruit and orange seg-
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