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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Architect of modern Israel writes Tvcsday, October 17, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGI HERAID SDE EOQER, Israel (AP) The architect of modern David spent his 86th birthday Monday alone in a Hllle wooden cottage with his dream of making the desert bloom. The main problem facing Is- rael today is to bring more Jews (o build [he country This is a desert, but it can he changed. We need at least five or six million Jews Ben-Gurion said Sunday at his home in tliis pioneer farming outpost. His lion-like face beneath the Iwin tufts of white hair shriv- elled but still lively, the Israeli patriarch now pays scant atten- tion to the world issues he once helped iniiuencc or even to Arab threats of war against the Jewish state. Working against time, he is concerned with writing history instead of making it, compiling an 11 volume account of Is- rael's pioneering years. 'I want to tell our youth what has been done so far in he said, so the new generations of Jews can under- stand their heritage and de- velop it. Ben-Gurion was Israel's first prime minister and its domi- nant figure for its first 15 years as a nation. He left the govern- ment in 1963 and quit (he Knes- set, the Israeli parliament, in 1970. Today he works in soli- tude in tliis Kibbutz settlement in (he Negev desert. Japan rebuilds its armed forces for defence only What's life like on Chinese commune? By LOUIS 1IEHEN Dispatch of The London Times PEKING Mr. CIwu is a member of the China-Albania Friendship People's Commune just oulside Peking. He is 6G, a grandfather who said he was happy because life in the com- mune was so much better than the bad old days when he work- ed for a landlord. Any journalist with expcri ence of socialist countries ex pcets to be told about the ba STREET SOUTH DatsunfifO 2-doarhaHflop Datsun's new luxury number, A luxury car from Datsun? Yes, Our new 610. IT you know our popular 510, Ihe new 610 is everything you'd expect in Daisun's bigger number. There's an elegant new body. A smooth, solid ride. A superbly appointed interior. And all the comfort and safety features you need now. All built in at no extra cost. CThere isn't much you can add in the way i options, except perhaps the automatic transmission and Like every Datsun sold in Canada, this new model has been tested under the worst conditions that could come your way. Dalsun 610, It's all you need now. And you'll ever want. See your Datsun Hes got your number. 'Of Joof sso art all you need new-) jpfff SUN PRODUCT I OP NISSAN 'f hero aro mom than QOOQftm ;