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July 27, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-27

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Arlington-Published 'Israel': a, Decade's
Most Impressiv e Photographic Records
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Israel emerges as a most pressive than aliyili6g ele - roilhe' army staff, one of the teliC services and 'others.
spersed among the photo- Arlington-published "Israel" •
fascinating state pictorially of the sort presented, until most distinguished scientists , Translators of the articles graphic treasures and is in gains priority in evaluating
in the vast amount of anni- now as Israel's chronology. — all have important mes- 'in the book were Lucien itself so well illustrated will the excellence of note ble
vrTsary material published
Arlington Press' "Israel',' is sages, with lessons from the tairis and Louis Williams.
be applauded by lovers of works about Israel that have
n recent weeks.
an immense work. Lage- past applicable to the future.
The book, printed and good photography, the appeared not only in the
Life magazine's special is- sized, 10x13, its 270 pages Much credit for this mag- bound in Israel, was designed searchers for valuable infor- state's anniversary year but
.ae, the special sections in are pictorial. The articles, nificent work is due the &H- by W. Turnowsky and Son mation and those who ap- in the entire last decade.
Time and Newsweek, a num- all brief, were as expertly torial staff and the photo- Ltd.
preciate proper historical
— P. S.
ber of books —all serve to chosen as the works of the graphic e xp erts. David
emphasis.
Prime
Minister
Meir's
is
photographers.
They
are
by
Pedahzur
edited
the
work,
show the land and the people
Of course, it is the photo- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
the introductory essay and is
— all are part of the impres- Golda .Meir, David Ben-Gur- and the administrative editor an outline of Israel's status graphic collection that leaves
Friday, July 27, 1973-33
'7e progress recorded in the ion, Ya'acov Herzog, Benya- was Yoav Barash. The edi- and aspirations. Ben-Gurion its particular mark upon the * *yr * _* * * * * * * *
,luarter century of the state's min Eliav, Seymour Fox, torial committee was cam-, interestingly describes Jeru- over-all effort to preserve the INVITATIONS • ENTERTAINMENT
Haim Bar-Lev, David Horo- prised of Bracha Peli, Yehu-
sovereignty.
Now Avoilablr
salem as "the soul of Israel factual material about the
Arlington Press is now en- witz and Ernst D. Bergmann. dah Ilan, Yaakov Shatz and and the Jewish people." Prof. miraculously creative Jewish
OOPSY
Those
with
an
acquaint-
Shlomo
Rozner.
~iching this literature with a
THE CLOWN
statehood values and the re-
Fox
outlined
Israel's
educa-
ante of Israel's and Jewry's
The photographs were col-
work of great magnitude.
sults of 25 years of labors.
• ASTROLOGER
history will recognize the lected by Naftali Avnon, and tional aims and standards.
• CARICATURES
"Israel: A Pictorial Cele- importance of such a selec- credit is given to a long list Gen. Bar-Lev reviews the People and events, environ-
bration of Israel's 25th Birth- tion: Israel's prime minister, of Israeli photographers military aspects of the nation ment and the spiritual forces,
• MUSIC
BY HATTIE
SEYMOUR
!,ay," the Arlington book the state's chief architect, whose works were chosen for that won independence and scores of aspects about a
SCHWARTZ
SCHWARTZ
surpasses anything — every- the former governor of the this collection, and to a num- sustained security. Herzog's state, the people, the history
356-8563
AGENCY
`!ling! — that has appeared Bank of Israel, an advocate ber of important sources, in- essay clarifies the bond be- — all are uniquely combined Candy Centerpieces 356-8525
in
the
very
good
book.
thus far.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * •
of conciliation who had eluding the Israel State tween people and state in the
Thr - photographs — and served as Israel's ambassa-
Israeli totality. Eliav's is a
Archives, several ministries, study of the social issues. Dr.
thesc 'edominate! — and dor in Russia, a former chief the defense forces, the pthila-
Bergmann's is a valuable
the text are superb, and the
analysis of t h e scientific
'O_page calendar of 1948-1972,
achievements of the Jewish
interspersed in several sec-
state, and Horowitz's deals
tions of the book, is more im-
with the financial aspects.
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
science. It was his efforts as
• Invitations • Gifts • Favors
The chronicled record of
(Copyright 1973 JTA, Inc.)
congressman that resulted in
• Stationery • Party Planning
It was noted that, when the establishment of t h e Israel's 25-year history is a
superb chronological achieve-
President Katzir of Israel Smithsonian Institution.
For
ment. Its totality is effective,
was inaugurated, the retir-
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAS CONFIRMATIONS
Nowadays
most
presidents,
Bar Mitzva
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ing President Shazar just when they retire, appear to and its brevity is certain to
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glance. The manner in which
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Innovations
In one moment, you are works.
top man of the country and
The problem of retirement
the next, just Mr. Anybody. is, of course, not confined to
Large Selection
There is a pathos about it. presidents. Everyone sooner
Call Lee or Hilda
11
In America, too, when a or later becomes ex some-
I 557-8340 557-4486
President retires—well, he thing or other and it is not
just retires.
an easy transition. Some may
It was a snowy March 4 welcome it but as many are
when James Madison was afraid of it.
sworn into office and
To successfully retire, it is
Thomas Jefferson retired. A desirable to cultivate a ,phil-
presents
heavy snow was falling and osophical attitude. One must
Jefferson simply mounted look at things to use the
A complete musical
his horse and rode back to Spinoza term "sub specie
package for your party.
Monticello. He said he was aeternitas (from the eternal
happy to be free of the pre- aspect). From that aspect,
sidency and we may believe nothing much matters par-
Featuring:
it. During his retirement he ticularly.
• DICK STEIN ,
helped establish the Univer-
A certain amount of in-
others may sound like it
• Jeep Smith
sity of Virginia, taught his genuity is helpful. If you are
• Eric Blewett
grandchild calculus, wrote a good inventor, it helps. A
Nobody cleans like it.
letters a n d dilly-dallied. friend of ours who has re-
• Shelby Lee
Dilly-dallying helps anyone tired, has invented a game
• Patty Grant
in retiring.
of international languages.
• Joel Johnson
It was a little different a He has Irish, Spanish, Ital-
• Mori Little
few presidencies later, when ian and Israeli friends and
John Quincy Adams retired. he likes to pick up small
From One to Any
Instead of getting out of the vocabularies of words from
Number of Entertainers
political turmoil, he entered a multiude of languages.
it along the legislative route.
Call us and we will discuss
Many retired people take
He was elected to Congress
Your Entertainment Needs.
from his district and he ac- college courses. If one is a
complished more as congress- card player or a good social-
358-2777
man than he did as Presi- izer, it helps. Or a retired
"Music the Stein Way"
dent. It was as congressman person. can, as Jefferson did,
that he was able to get Con- found some new university.
gress to do something about That is what Ben-Gurion has
been busy with in his retire-
ment. The University of the
Negev is a product of his re-
tirement.
The youth of the country
might teach us a lot about
oy
retirement. Some hippies re-
tied before they started to
work. They say they will
• Weddings • Bar Mitzvas
Reasonable Prices
start working at 65.
• Commercial & Advertising
Benjamin Franklin sold his
358-4495
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at 42. It was after his retire-
ment that he started playing
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• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
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