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April 13, 1973 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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Zeitlin, Ben-Gurion Edit Shazar Book

PHILADELPHIA—Dr. Solo-
mon Zeitlin, professor of
post-biblical literature and
institutions at Dropsie Uni-
versity here and a world-
renowned author and scholar.

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to create a "Festschrift . '
(Jubilee Book) honoring 7.al-
01:.111 Shazar on his retirmeol

as president of Israel.
A two-volume work with
One book to be published in
Hebrew and the other in
English, the first copy will
be presented to Shazar at a
special convocation on May
12, in the Knesset in Jeru-
salem
The jubilee volumes are
being published under the
sponsorship of the World
Bible Society in Jerusalem.
Ben•Gurion, former prime
minister of Israel and also
known as a biblical scholar,
is president of the World
Jewish Bible Society whose
members include renowned
biblical and Judaica scholars
from all countries of the
world.
The May 12 convocation
honoring Shazar also marks
the first World Jewish Bible
Congress. In addition to the
delegates and all members
of the Knesset, all contribu-
tors to the jubilee volumes
have been invited to attend
the presentation.
At the invitation of Ben-
Gurion and Dr. Zeitlin,
selected Jewish and non-
Jewish scholars renowned in
all branches of Jewish aca-
demic life and cognate learn-
ing have written original
essays in their respective
fields for Shazar's "Fest-
schrift."
The volumes include an
article in Hebrew by Dr.
Abraham 1. Katsh, president
of Dropsie; and articles in
both Hebrew and English by
Dr. Zeitlin. In his preface to
the work, Dr. Zeitlin under-
sceres his lifetime associa-
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WANTED

tion and personal friendship

with the chief executive of
Israel. During their youth,
both were students and room-
mates at the Baron David
Gunsberg Academy for Jew-
ish and Oriental Studies in
St. Petersburg (Leningrad )
in Russia, until prior to the
outbreak of World War I.
The jubilee volumes, which
highlight Shazar's career
both as president of Israel
and as an outstanding
Judaica scholar, also will
include the proceedings of
the special convocation held
by Dropsie on Nov. 1, 1970,
in the presidential residence
in Jerusalem at which he
was awarded the honorary
degree of doctor of laws.

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Quiz . Answers

Answers to Quiz, Page 5
1. Pioneer — halutz: immi-
gration — aliya: parliament
— Knesset: state of Israel-
Medinat Yisrael: Independ-
ence Day—Yom Haatzmaut:
the Hope — Hatikva.
2. Hanuka — Festival of
Lights; Pesah — Festival of
Hamisha Asar
Freedom;
b'Shvat — Arbor Day: Tisha
b'Av — Ninth of Av.
3. Shahat Nahamu is the
Sabbath after Tisha b'Av.
The prophetic portion read
begins with: Nahamu. Na-
hamu Ami (Comfort Ye My
People ), Isaiah—Chapter 40.
4. Prime Minister Golda
Meir met with Pope Pius at
the Vatican.
5. Keren Hayesod.
6. Shin Bet are the initials
for Israel's security service,
similar to the Central In-
telligence Agency.
7. NILI — initials of Net-
zah Yisrael Lo Yeshaker
the eternity of Israel shall
not be deceived. NILI. the
spy organization in Palestine,
cooperated with Great Bri-
tain during World War I.
8. Mosque of Omar and El-
Aqsa
9. The national water
which
Israel
in
carrier
carries the water from Lake
Kineret to the Negev.
10. Tsur Yisrael — Rock
of Israel,

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