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February 02, 1979 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Carter and Sadat
Pressured Begin

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FOR SALE

CAIRO. (ZINS) — In an
interview in the Kuwait
newspaper Al Suasa, Egyp-
tian President Anwar Sadat
says that Israel's Menahem
Begin was persuaded dur-
ing the Camp David meet-
ings to evacuate all Jewish
settlements in the Sinai
through pressure brought
by Sadat and President
Jimmy Carter.
According to Sadat, Begin
was told that Carter and
Sadat would call a press
conference and blame Begin
for the failure of Camp
David if he did not agree to
evacuate the Sinai settle-
ments.

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Resettlement Service, a
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Welcome

Friday, February 2, 1919 21

Group Tours Seen as Top Need
in Israel-Diaspora Cooperation

Group tours to Israel . by
congregations, professional
and community groups is
viewed as vital to Israel's
economy and in advancing
the cooperative and friendly
relations between Israelis
and world Jewry.
Rafi Baeri, deputy direc-
tor of the Government of Is-
rael Tourist Bureau for the
Midwestern states, with of-
fices in Chicago, here to
mobilize increased interest
in tourism to Israel, expres-
sed tourist leaders' hopes
that there will be an in-
crease in group movements
planning for visits in Israel.
Stating that tourism to
Israel continually in-
creases, Baeri said that
the 1977 figure of
1,006,000 rose to 1,180,000
in 1978.
"Tourism has become Is-
rael's first and, therefore,
its most vital industry,"
Beari said.
In 1978, 137 interna-
tional conventions and con-
gresses were held in Israel,
attracting nearly 40,000
overseas delegates, a 35
percent' increase over the
1977 congress and conven-
tion record.
Among the congresses
held in 1978 were: the 21st
biennial congress of the In-
ternational College of Sur-
geons, the 19th world con-
gress of the World Federa-
tion of Diamond Bourses
and the 19th international

New Israel Bond
Issue Introduced

JERUSALEM — A new
$1 billion Israel Bond issue,
aimed at what American
and Canadian Jewish com-
munity leaders hope will be
the beginning of Israel's era
of peace, was given first
reading in Israel's Knesset
last week during the 1979
Prime Minister's Israel
Bond Conference. With 300
leaders from 51 U.S. and
Canadian Jewish com-
munities seated in the vis-
itor's gallery, Israel's Fi-
nance Minister Simha Er-
lich told the Knesset, "State •
of Israel Bonds is one of the
central instruments for
translating solidarity with
Israel into daily actions."
Erlich pointed out that
the need for Bonds will in-
crease when peace with
Egypt iS achieved because of
the large-scale development
efforts which will be re-
quired in the Negev.

Military Spending

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The defense portion of Is s -
rael's proposed 1979-80 na-
tional budget is lower than
in the past, while there are
reports that Egypt will ex-
ceed her military budget.
Israeli Finance Minister
Simha Ehrlich is calling for
a military budget of IL 34.5
billion ($1.8 billion) and an
arms purchasirtg budget of
IL 29 billion ($1.5 billion).
Meanwhile, Egypt is ex-
pected to exceed her annual
budget for military spend-
ing of one billion Egyptian
pounds:

conference on social wel-
fare.
Major meetings in 1979
include: the fifth interna-
tional conference on
medical physics, the in-
ternational conference of
Brethren in Christ and
the international con-
gress of the World Feder-
ation of Hemophilia.
Israel also will host a
number of major exhibi-
tions and events in 1979;
among them Israel Fashion
Week, the ninth Jerusalem
International Book Fair
and "Tehcnology '79" Trade
Fair.
The Israel Government
Tourism Administration in
North America maintains a
congress and conventions
department in its New York

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headquarters to assist con-
vention organizers and de-
legates. For information,
contact the Israel Govern-
ment Tourism Administra-
tion (Conventions and In-
centives Department), 350
Fifth Avenue, New York,
N.Y. 10001.

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Meet the Author February 4th!
bookpeople brings you
Victor Herman, the man who
went through hell to come home.

The man whose story made international
headlines will appear at Bookpeople in
the Orchard Mall.
Victor Herman, whose Russian ordeal
lasted forty-five years, will be on hand
from 1 to 3 p.m. to autograph copies of
his amazing story, "Coming. Out Of
The Ice".
This is the book that sheds light on one
of the darkest periods in Russian/American
relations. And this will be Mr. Herman's
only area appearance. Don't miss it.

Sunday, February 4th.

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