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September 29, 1978 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-29

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102 Friday, September 29, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH MEWS

Dayan Links Past, Present in Latest Work:
Morrow-Published 'Living With the Bible

Moshe Dayan, currently eras of Jewish history, lead-
basking in the limelight as ing up to the present status
Israeli's foreign minister, of a united nation in the re-
commenced his career as a deemed Israel, Dayan's
military man. He was one of story finds substantiation
Israel's great heroes and, at in the many maps to which
least until the Yom Kippur the reader can turn for an
War of 1973, was un- understanding of the
matched in the admiration changes that have taken
showered upon him at home place through the ages.
In its totality, the Dayan
and abroad.
His reputation in many story retains the emphasis
other areas transcends all of of "Living With the Bible.•
that. Dayan also is a noted Gemma Levine, who has
archeologist. That interest already established an
stems from his knowledge of \ enviable reputation as a
and devotion to the Bible. photographer, provided
This, in turn, also makes many of the important illus-
him an historian. trations for this book.
Filled with the poetic
His newest book, "Living
With the Bible" (William spirit of the author,
Morrow Publishers), proves whose mastery of the
Bible was acquired from
it.
In this extensively childhood, the Dayan
illustrated, large volume, book's significance be-
Dayan has a great goal comes evident in the
and a marked achieve- opening words of his pro-
ment. He links past with logue in which he de-
present and in the proc- Glares that "the people
ess has achieved the im- were exiled from their
pressive result of having lands but the land was
written a history based never exiled from their
on the many archeologi- hearts."
Writing about the Jewish
cal findings; the._ dis-
coveries in many digs, the loyalties to their land,
emphasis it gave to the Dayan continued:
"In whatever country
truth inherent in. Bible
teachings and the re- they dwelt throughout the
corded history now as- 19 Diaspora centuries, they
certained in the findings yearned for their homeland,
Israel. The Jordan and the
of the archeologists.
Commencing with the Kishon were their rivers,
Patriarchs, tracing all the Sharon and Jezreel their

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Builder Samuel Linden Dies

Samuel Linden, builder of
the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield
Curtis
"MY parents who came and its forerunner on
25 at age
from another country Avenue, died Sept.,
sought to make the Israel - 73.
Born in Russia, Mr. Lin-
of their imagination, den
lived most of his life in
drawn from descriptions
the
U.S.
Retired for the past
in the Bible, their physi-
cal hometand. In some- three years, Mr. Linden was
what the reverse way, I the co-founder in 1944 and
sought to give my real president of Lerner-Linden
and tangible homeland Construction Co.
Besides the two JC-
the added dimension of
historical depth, to bring Center buildings, Mr.
to life the strata of the Linden's firm was re-
past which now lay be- sponsible for the con-
neath the desolate ruins struction of buildings at
SAMUEL LINDN
4
archaeological . Wayne State University,
and
ae.
mounds — the Israel of Oakland University and Jewish Center
and Scholarship Fun' . •
gogues
our patriarchs, Our synagogues
Mr. Linden leaves hi:
judges, our kings, our churches.
wife,
Evelyn; two sons, DTI
MOSHE DAYAN
was
Mr. , Linden
prophets."
James I. of Long Beach
valleys, Tabor and Carmel
Dayan's artifacts come graduated as a civil
o4
their mountains, and the into play in this volume. engineer in 1927 from the Calif., and Russel M..
Charlottesville,
Va.;
g
cities of their fathers were Primarily, the dedication of University of Michigan.
Jerusalem, Hebron, Bethel, a man who was a great gen- _ Active in the community, brother, Sol Lifsitz; thr
sisters, Mrs. Louis (Ger
and Samaria.",
. eral
eral and who inspired his Mr. Linden was the past trude) Rosenzweig, Mrs
There is arevelation in people
and his fellow Jews vice president, treasurer,
the Dayan memoir. He was throughout the world find board member and chair- Meyer (Emma) Bruder o
opposed to the partition of evidence of great achieve- man of the building corn- Cleveland, Ohio, and Mil
Palestine in 1947 because ments and impressive ideas mittee of the Jewish Center Sol (Dorothy) Disner.
he foresaw only a total Holy come into play in this work in West Bloomfield. He was
Land as the heritage of the which will rate a place in a member of Adat Shalom Dr. Mishelevich 4
Jew. Heemphasizes it in his historical writings about Is- Synagogue, a former board
Dr. Sophie Mishelevich„
analyses of the land and his rael, the Bible, Jewish aspi- member of Federation and practicing psychiatrist
hopes for the rebirth.
Federation Apartments and Detroit and Warren for 2
rations and prophetic lore.
He had envisioned in the
American Society for years, died Sept. 26 at agl
redemption of all of Pales-
Technion — Detroit Chap- 84.
tine, the ancient homeland, Israelis Exhibit
Born in Russia, Dr. MiEl
ter. He was a past president
as the homeland of his at Chicago Fair
of Branch Six of the Labor helevich lived 52 years ii
people. His statments here
'Zionist Alliance and a Detroit. She was on til
NEW YORK = The ex- member of the American staffs of Doctor's Hospital
are akin to those of
Menahem Begin, in de- perience of building Israel Arbitration Association.
Detroit and Glen Eden
mands for he states it from a virtually barren land
In 1975, his family hon- pital in Warren. She was
categorically in his pro- to a bustling, modern and ored him on the occasion life member of the Amer
highly developed country of his 70th birthday with can Psychiatric Associatio
logue:
i a broad base d the establishment of the and the American Media
"My own feelings were resulted in
with Berl Katznelson. My and comprehensive build-
• Association. She resided
heart responded particu- ing and construction indus-
4651 E. Nine Mile, Warren'
-capable
of
.
larly to his words on love of by which was
She is survived by

supplying the needed mate- 0
homeland:
brother, Benjamin
`What is its source? (he rials, elements, compo-
"Violence and the Vio- Pittsburgh, Pa.; and two
asked). Is it the physical nents, systems and con= lated" will be the topic of a ters, Mrs. Minnie Levin
link with the soil our feet struction know-how.
lecture series at Mercy Col- Hollywood, Calif., and MA
In view of the innovations lege of Detroit during Oc- -Ruth Jossinan of San .
have trodden since
childhood? Is it the flow- that has attracted attention - tober.
Monica, Calif.
1
ers which have delighted on the international level,
Keynote speaker for the
the
Government
of
Israel
our eyes, the purity of the
first lecture 7:30 p:rn •
Henry Weinberg
air we breathed, the Trade Center arranged for Thursday will be Elie
the
participation
of
a
Henry Weinberg, a
dramatic landscape, the
Wiesel, author, lecturer and
sunsets we have known? number of Israeli firms at Holocaust survivor, who tired clothing manufa
No, no. Our love of home- the Building and Construe- will speak on "Violence and turer, died Sept. 22 at al
78.
land springs from the tion Exhibition scheduled the Violated: Remember-
i
A native Detroiter, IA
timeless verses of the for Chicago, Oct. 16-18. The ing."
Book of Books, from the areas Israel will be exhibit-
Other speakers and their Weinberg was a- chart
very sound of the biblical ing are solar energy heating topics are: Daniel Maguire, member of Temple IsrM
names. We loved an units, security locks, modu- "Human Violence: The past secretary of the Mid
abstract homeland, and lar housing systems and Ethical Alternative," Oct. gan Apparel Club and
we planted thi's love in marble floor tile.
12; Dr. Grant Friley, "Vio- member of the Hann
A world leader in the lence in the Administration . Schloss Old Timers.
oul and carried it
soul
He leaves his wife, Gi
with us wherever we utilization of solar energy of Justice," Oct. 17; Dr.
went throughout the for water heating for close to Werner Glas, "Violence in trude; a daughter, Mrs.
25 years, Israel has de- Education," Oct. 23-; and ing (Shirley) Steinberg; fo
generations.'
"To one who was born in veloped some of the most psychiatrist Dr. Emmanuel sisters, Mrs. Rebecca P
Israel, love of homeland was advanced technology and Tanay, "Violence in the gament, Mrs. Henry
not an abstraction. The techniques in this area.
len) Schwartz, Sarah a
Oct. 26.
More than 25 percent of Family,"
and
Rose of Sharon and Mount
The series is open to the Lola;
Carmel were very real to Israel's households use public without charge. All grandchildren.
me, as were the sweet- sun collectors to provide lectures are held in the
scented blossom and the hot water, and the latest Student-Conference Center
Milton Saffir
hills whose paths I climbed. advancement in the
the Mercy campus, 8200
technology
have
brought
Milton J. Saff`r, attor
Yet this was not enough. I
W. Outer Drive.
and real estat ,
was not content only with this important method to
died Sept. 23 at'
the Israel I could see and institutions and multi-
story buildings.
Born in New York;
touch.
A major resort hotel on
Saffir liVed most of his 1
"I also longed for the Is-
in Detroit, prior to mov .
rael of -antiquity, the Israel the Red Sea converted its
to Florida 18 years ago.
of the 'timeless verses' and entire hot - water system to
was a former member
the 'biblical names', and I solar energy, which saves
wanted to give tangibility to more than 12,000 gallons of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert board member of
that too. I wished to see not fossil fuel a year. Miromit Goldstein, Marion Fuller Franklin Hills Coun
only the River Kishon Ltd., a pioneer in this field
and Marvin Fuller have._ Club. He resided in Mi
marking off the fields of locally, has now established just returned from Dallas, Beach, Fla.
He leaves his wife,
Nahalal from those of an export market in the
Texas, where they attended
neighboring Kfar U.S. and Europe for its in-
the naming of their new cia; a son, Richard; a dau
Nehoshua; I wished also to stitutional and domestic granddaughter, Joni Mar- ter, Mrs. Judith Schum
visualize the biblical sun collectors.
lene Goldstein, daughter Sister, Mrs. Ben B. (S
and
Kishon sweeping away the
of former Detroiters Mr. and Fenton;
The first quarrel is the
Canaanite chariot forces. of
Mrs. Larry (Susan) Golds- grandchildren. Interm
best quarrel.
Detroit.
Sisera.
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