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April 13, 1979 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-13

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Friday, April 13, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Attending the Paris exhibit at the Pompidou Cen-
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with novelist Nathan Shaham in the background.

Publication Society and an tion, will be announced at
important role will be the Jerusalem Book Fair.
played, in it by the Wayne
The Ninth International
State University Press.
Book Fair in Jerusalem will
Representing the WSU feature a special Year of the
Press in Jerusalem will be Child wing and a book ex-
the WSU president, Dr. hibition by the United Na-
Thomas Bonner, the WSU tions publishing depart-
Press' president, Dr. Ber- ment.
Starting Thursday, the
nard Goldman, and Mrs.
Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. book fair will continue for
Leonard N. Simons, Mr. and an entire week. Books will
Mrs. Holtzman, Emma be marketed by 1,200 pub-
Schaver and Dr. and Mrs. lishers in 51 countries. For
the first time the publishers
Thomas Marwil.
of Taiwan, Singapore,
The publication of a Kenya and Cyprus will be
series of books dealing represented at the book fair.
with Jewish historical This book exhibition is a
subjects, to be sponsored biennial event and was in-
by the Schaver Founda- troduced 20 years ago. More

The local exhibit will be
held in the main Public Li-
brary Exhibition Hall.
As vice president of the
Jewish Publication Society
of America, Holtzman also
will be active in the
Jerusalem International
Book Fair which will open
in the Binyanei'Haooma in
Jerusalem Thursday. The
Jerusalem Book Fair will be
co-sponsored by the Jewish

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General of Israel in Chicago
and the Detroit Public Li-
brary, in collaboration with
the Holtzmans. Preceding
the exhibit at 6 p.m., Tues-
day, May 8, a reception
under the sponsorship of the
Israel Consul General, the
board of directors of the De-
troit Public Library and
Mrs. and Mrs. Holtzman,
will be held for a group of
invited guests.who will pre-
view the exhibit.
Holtzman pointed out
that the hundreds of vol-
umes will contain the works
of Israelis in Hebrew and
their translations in many
languages, as well as writ-
ings by Israeli Arabs in
Arabic and their transla-
tions.
Some 20 French pub-
lishers participated in
the exhibit of these works
in Paris in February, and
the exhibition had the
endorsement of French
and Israeli government
officials.

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would visit the sites and Likud hardliner opposed
leave without ceremonies of to the Israeli-Egyptian
any kind. peace treaty.
Landau told a group of
The Gush announcement
businessmen in Tel Aviv
last Thursday took the gov- last week that there would
ernment by surprise inas-
much as the Cabinet has not be ground-breaking cere-
monies for 10 new settle-
approved any new settle-
ments and that he hoped
ments in the occupied ter-
their number would in
ritories at this time.
crease. But Deputy Premier

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Gush Emunim backed off
from their plans, announced
last week, to break ground
for 10 new settlements on
the West Bank over the
Passover holidays.
The Military Govern-
ment prohibited any action
of that sort. But a senior of-
ficial said that permission
was granted for the Gush to
tour the sites of the pro-
posed settlements. The offi-
cial explained that they

The Gush said they Yigael Yadin issued a
were going ahead in statement denying that any
order to create "uneras- such plans were approved
able facts." They were and suggested that Landau
supported by Transport was speaking only for him-
Minister Haim Landau, a self.

200 Are Studying
Hebrew in Cairo

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
World Zionist Organization
Executive chairman Leon
Dulzin met with an Egyp-
tian Hebraicist when he ac-
companied Premier
Menahem Begin to Cairo
and was told that some 200
students are studying He-
brew in Shemesh Univer-
sity in Cairo, the Jewish
Agency reported.
The Egyptian professor,
speaking in flawless He-
brew, told Dulzin that with
the coming of peace he
hoped the number of those
interested in studying He-
brew would increase.

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AJC Sets Tours
of Israel, Egypt

The American Jewish
Congress will sponsor two
different tours combining
visits to Israel and Egypt for
the remainder of 1979.
The tours are 19 days or
23 days. For information,
call the American Jewish
Congress, 357-2766.

NEW YORK (JTA) — El Midwest visited Israel in
Al Israel Airlines inaugu- 1978, of which some 15,000
rated flights from Chicago's were from the Chicago
O'Hare International Air- area."
He added that the new di-
port and Miami Interna-
tional Airport to Ben- rect Chicago/Tel Aviv/
Gurion Airport last week. Chicago flights would
The flights from Chicago stimulate more people from
will be twice weekly, de- the Midwest to travel to Is-
parting Mondays and rael.
Thursdays at noon. Flights
from Miami will be once a Shaliakh Rules
week, on Tuesdays.
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The flights from Chicago The World Zionist. Organ-
climax more than 10 years
ization Executive has ap-
of effort by Israel, supported proved a set of new
by the Jewish community standards for persons cho-
and state, local, federal gov-
sen to serve as WZO emis-
ernment officials and Con-
saries abroad.
gressmen, particularly Sen.
They will be required to
Charles Percy (R-Ill.), to ob- speak Hebrew and the lan-
tain landing rights at
guage of the country to
O'Hare.
which they are sent, must
"The convenience offered have completed their mili-
by our new Chicago service tary service requirements,
should benefit both Israel's
and must be well-versed in
tourism and the Midwest Israeli politics, economics
travel industry," said Akiva
and social problems.
Sharon, El Al's Chicago dis-
He that is wise winneth,
trict manager. "More than
50,000 persons from the souls.

than 50,000 titles will line
the shelves of books on ex-
hibit at the fair in
Jerusalem next week. In
addition to the giant
Binyanei Haooma, an
annex to be erected outside
will house the displays.
Since its inception in
1963, the book fair has
honored a literary per-
sonality whose works
have expressed the free-
dom of the individual in
society.
This year's winner is Sir
Isaiah Berlin, the noted
Anglo-Jewish thinker who
has written on Russian his-
tory, philosophy, political
theory, music, Tolstoy and
the history of ideas.
On April 23, at the
Jerusalem Hilton Hotel, a
panel discussion on
"Modern Media in Pub-
lishing" will be con-
ducted.
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