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February 24, 1978 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-24

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THE. DETROITJEWISHAWI

Herzog Speeches
to Be Published

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — IA collection of
speeches by Israeli Ambas-
sador Chaim Herzog, made
at the UN and elsewhere in
the United States in the last
three years, will be pub-
lished in a few weeks by
Random House in New
York.
The new book is titled
"Who Stands Accused?" —
the opening line used by
Herzog in his famous speech
in the Security Council de-
bate on Israel's rescue oper-
ation at Entebbe, Uganda,
July 4, 1976. Herzog said
has - donated in advance

all the royalties from the
book for Israel's Defense
Fund.

Yeshiva U. Unit
Named for Begin

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
has consented that a school
be named in his honor at the
new Yeshiva University of
Los Angeles, it was an-
nounced by William
Belzberg and Ronald E. Ar-
nall of Beverly Hills, co-
chairmen of the university's
west coast campus.
A delegation of com-
munal leaders from the U.S.
and Canada met with Begin
to present him with the
formal resolution naming
the school in his honor.
Begin will visit the univer-
sity the first week of May to
open and formally dedicate
the school.

Catalogue Lists
AJC Materials

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has issued a new 72-
page catalogue, "Publica-
tions of the American
Jewish Committee," listing
270 books, pamphlets, leaf-
lets, monographs and re-
prints currently offered for
distribution by its publica-
tions service and covering
such issues as Jews and
Judaism, intergroup rela-
tions, the pursuit of equal-
ity, and world problems.
For a free copy of "Publi-
cations of the American
Jewish Committee," write
the Publications Service,
The American Jewish
Committee, 165 E. 56th St.,
New York, N.Y. 10022.

Jewish History
Parley Planned

As RALEIGH, N.C. — A con-

ference on southern Jewish
—W history will take place
March 11-12 in Raleigh.\
The conference will focus
on Southern Jewish litera-
ture, the Georgian experi-
ence and Jewish movement
into the South.

Arab Murdered

RAMALLAH — An Arab
businessman, accused by
Palestinian radicals of col-
laborating with Israel, was
shot and killed outside his
store last week.
He was the third person
killed in recent months
after being accused of col-
laborating with Israel.

Friday, February 24, 1978. 13,

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BENNY

HERSHKOVITZ Proprietor

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Diplomat, Ramada,
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Dan Carmel
Nof
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Moria, Ariel
-
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SUPPLEMENTS:

Airfares subject to change and govern-
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and return $56 per person. Third week
extension available -- no extra cost in
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For high season departures
April 9-May 11
1st Class tours add $25 per person
Deluxe tours add $50 per person
for Hilton Hotels add $35 per person

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Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5:30
Saturday 10-2

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