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January 16, 1981 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli TV Director Joins
NBC Sports in Europe

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
One of Israel's most popular
television broadcasters is
leaving Israel to take up a
post with the National
Broadcasting Company
(NBC). Alex Giladi, 38, di-
rector of Israel Television's
sports department, has been
hired by NBC to serve as its

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sports director in Europe.
Giladi's departure from
Israel television follows
months of tension between
him and Israel Broadcast-
ing Authority director
Tommy Lapid.
According to NBC sports
vice president Don Wear,
Giladi, who will be based in
London, will be responsible
for NBC obtaining rights for
special sports coverage
throughout Europe and re-
presenting the American
company at major European
conferences.
Giladi's major credits in
Israel include production of
coverage of the Moscow
Olympics, Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat's
visit to Jerusalem in 1977,
President Carter's visit to
Israel and the European
song contest held in
Jerusalem.

Peace Pessimists

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A
poll by the Public Opinion
Research Institute shows
that 43.8 percent of Israelis
believe that the Camp
David accords will not re-
sult in a permanent peace
with Egypt.
Some 30 percent believe
they will lead to permanent
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ELECTROLYSIS

Tu b'Shevat Marked Tuesday

With Tu b'Shevat begin-
ning on Jan. 20, the Board of
Jewish Education of
Greater New York's de-
partment of family educa-
tion offers some facts about
the fun projects for the holi-
day for family celebrations.
Tu b'Shevat has its roots
in biblical times and is He-
brew for the 15th day of the
month of Shevat. In bibli-
cal times, this was the last
day for paying the tax due to
the Temple in Jerusalem on
all crops produced on the
farm. After that date, it was
forbiden to eat any produce
on which the tax had not
been paid.
Another name for this
holiday is Rosh HaShana
La-Ilanot, New Year for the
Trees. Since the Hebrew
month of Shevat is the be-
ginning spring in Israel,
when everything starts to
bloom, we celebrate that the
trees are all a year older.
In ancient Israel, there
was a custom of planting
a tree on Tu b'Shevat
whenever a child was
born: a cedar -tree for a
boy and a cypress tree for
a girl. When the children
grew up and married, the
hupa (marriage canopy)
was constructed from the
branches of their trees.
Today, Tu b'Shevat is
celebrated as an official
holiday in Israel, with
school-sponsored tree plant-
ing throughout the land.
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with the Jewish National
Fund, tree planting has be-
come a symbol of the recla-
mation of the land of Israel,
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