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July 13, 1979 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-13

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Friday, July 13, 1979 23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Begin Receives ADL Award

MAN'S WORLD

PERMIT NO. 1446

CLOSING OUR FENKELL STORE FOREVER!

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The Anti-Defamation League's Harold Jaffa of
Detroit, left, and Maxwell Greenberg, congratulate
Israeli Prime Minister Menahem Begin who received
the ADL's Jewish Prize in Human Rights.
* * *
JERUSALEM - Prime kind, willing to lay himself
Minister Menahem Begin of upon the altar of any sac-
Israel was cited by the rifice, save that which
Anti-Defamation League of would breach God's trust
Bnai Brith recently with its and leave the sacred land
Joseph Prize for Human dismembered."
Begin joins Hubert
Rights.
The prize was awarded HUmphrey, Roy Wilkins,
during the June meetings in Golda Meir, Andrei
Anatoly
Israel of the ADL's national Sakharov,
Shcharansky and Elie
commission.
The citations honoring Wiesel as recipients of the
Begin stated, inter alia: Joseph Prize.
Also attending the cere-
"Man of faith, scholar, pat-.
riot, hero in war, statesman monies and meetings in Is-
- he seeks to lead his-na- rael were Detroiters Mr.
tion and his people in the and Mrs. Harvey Weisberg
ways of peace, and in the and Mf. and Mrs. Richard
ways of justice for all man- Lobenthal.

Greenburg Novel Heads List
of Republished Paperbacks

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410

Simon and Schuster
Pocket Books are enriched
by republication of a
number of best sellers of
special Jewish interest as
paperbacks.
A psychopathic killer who
meticulously researches the
lifestyles and habits of his
victims is the subject of Dan
Greenburg's latest novel,
"Love Kills."
- Greenburg, author of sev-
eral books, including "How
to Bea Jewish Mother" and
"How to Make Yourself
Miserable," spent more
than a year traveling with
the New York City Police
Department while re
searching "Love Kills."
Greenburg_is currently
working on the
screenplay for "Love
Kills," which will star
Henry Winkler.
"Such a Life" by Edith
LaZebnik became a best
seller overnight as the story
of a grandmother who wrote
in Yiddish. It was trans-
lated when attention was
called to its significance
about the Eisenberg family,
its European background
and experiences in this
country.
Grand Rapids, Mich., and
backgrounds of the family
described give this paper-
back added local signifi-
cance.
"Wifey" by Judy Blume
has been described as "an
adult novel . . ." the story
of a housewife "with a very
dirty mind." Ms. Blume be-
came popular earlier as
writer of children's books.

"Rachel, the Rabbi's
Wife" by Silvia Tennen-
baum, . the delightful
story of a woman with
many interests, retains



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the popularity it gained.
as a hard-cover book in
what is nowa best-selling
paperback.

New paperbacks from
Simon and Schuster as
Pocket Books include:

"Time in Its Flight" by
Susan Fromberg Schaeffer,
a novel with family portrai-
tures, widely acclaimed and
reaching best seller status
and "Tuesdays and Thurs-
days," the Abby Mann novel
steeped in "big city" experi-
ences.

Security Council
Concludes Debate
on Palestinians

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) - The Security
Council, which met to dis-
cuss a report by the Com-
mittee on the Exercise of the
Inalienable Rights of the
Palestinian People, ad-
journed without concluding'
the meeting and without
setting a date for the re-
sumption of the debate.

The Council President,
Oleg Troyanovsky of the
Soviet Union, said members
would be informed of the
date for a meeting to resume
consideration of the matter.
Israel told the council
that it will have "nothing to
do with this debate," charg-
ing that the recom-
mendations of the commit-
tee are "a thinly disguised
formula for the dismantling
of Israel in stages."
The committee recom-
mends Israeli withdrawal
from 'all Arab territories
and the establishment of a
Palestinian state.

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