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March 12, 1965 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-12

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Diefenbaker Says Canada Santo Domingo Welcomes
`Pussyfooting' on Action Eban ; Asks Israel's Aid
SANTO DOMINGO (JTA) —
Against Anti-Semtism
Assurances that the Dominican

Jews in Sports

By JESSE AND ROY SILVER

(Copyright, 1965. JTA, Inc.)

Vivian and Ronald Joseph, sis-
ter and brother from Highland
Park, Ill., won the U.S. senior
pairs figure skating crown at the
recent national championship at
Lake Placid, N. Y. In the senior
ladies singles, Taffey Pergament,
a 15 year old from New York City
placed seventh.
Return of the native Barry
Kramer is back in New York. The
former New York University All
American by way of Schenectady,
N. Y., was picked up by the New
York Knickerbockers after his re-
lease by San Francisco. Kramer
feels he wasn't given a real chance
in San Francisco. The New York
coach says he will be given every
opportunity. The Knick roster now
contains the two Jewish boys cur-
rently active in the National Bas-
ketball Association. The other is
Art Heyman.
Arthur Gold of London has been
appointed honorary secretary of
the British Amateur Athletic
Board. Gold thus becomes the No.
1 man in British track and field.
Gold competed as a high jumper
for 21 years until his retirement
in 1960. He represented his coun-
try in international competition;
and is now considered his nation's
outstanding high jump coach.
Dave Abramson, Harvard's swim
captain from Jamaica Estates, L. I.,
N. Y., has garnered yet another
honor. The Crimson senior has
been elected First Class Marshal,
the highest office an undergrad
can attain. David holds Harvard
swim records in the 200, 500, and
1650 yard free style. He plans to
retire from competitive swimming
at the end of this season. He will
then go on to the Albert Einstein
Medical School. Dave's father,
Jack Abramson, is N. Y. Met. AAU
president, and a member of the

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, March 12, 1965

Jewish Welfare Boards national
health and physical education com-
mittee. A younger brother, Rich-
ard, attends and swims for the
Air Force Academy. Another fine
swimmer at Harvard is Bob Cor-
ris who specializes in the indivi-
dual medley. While over at Yale,
Steve Shapiro swam on a fresh-
man record-setting 200 yard med-
ley relay team.
Undone by a woman's tresses.
That is the explanation offered by
Gary Gubner for his loss in the
shot put at the NYAC Games. His
defeat was his first after 17
straight Madison Square 'Garden
wins. Gary arrived late and missed
his warm-up tosses. It seems he
had to wait for his wife to fix
her hair. Sound familiar. At the
Philadelphia Inquirer Games,
Abby Hoffman, of Canada, won
the women's 440-yard run in 59.
At the same meet, Gene Zubrin-
sky finished fourth in the high
jump with 6'8".
Roy Tendler, son of the old-
time lightweight boxing star, com-
peted in the recent Atlantic Coast
squash racquets championship at
Atlantic City, N. J. Israel quali-
fied for the coming European bas-
ketball championships to be play-
ed in Moscow by defeating Lux-
emburg 81-42, and England 99-58.
Their only loss was to France,
77-75. Roger Nathan of Britain
won the Guards Trophy race for
sports cars at an average speed of
69.66 M.P.H. Charley Hellman of
LIU's basketball squad is the
nephew of Red Holzman, the old
pro and current N. Y. Knick scout.
Alex Schoenbaum is the leading
figure behind the Continental
Football League. The Continental
Hopes to become a third major
pro league. Schoenbaum. of
Charleston, W. Va., is a former
Ohio State all America tackle who
played for the Buckeyes in the
late '30's. He will head the Charles-
ton franchise, known as the
Rockets. The Rockets played in
the minor United Football League

18

TORONTO (JTA) — Former
Prime Minister John G. Diefen-
baker has castigated the present
government, led by Premier Les-
ter B. Pearson, for what he called
"pussyfooting" an the issue of
enacting federal legislation to out-
law the dissemination of anti-
Semitic and other hate propa-
ganda.
If the government took the
initiative toward outlawing such
"massacres of the soul," he said,
the opposition would support such
a move. He made the statements
in an address at Cong. Bet Emeth-
Beis Yehuda here.
At the same time, Dr. Daniel
G. Hill, director of the Ontario
Human Rights Commission, ap-
peared before the House of
Commons External Affairs Com-
mittee, and urged the federal
government to convene a do-
minion-wide conference to dis-
cuss means for combating hate
propaganda directed against
Jews and Negroes in this
country.
Hate propaganda is being dis-
tributed on city property by a
city employe, Lyman Gifford, the
mayor of Oshawa, said at a press
conference. Oshawa is a small
industrial city 30 miles from To-
ronto.
The mayor said he '.-las written
Canada's Justice Minister Guy
Favreau naming the person he
believes responsible for distribut-
ing an anti-Semitic pamphlet. "I
am quite sure that he is an em-
ploye of this city," the mayor told
M i c h a e 1, both captured Macca- reporters. The leaflets bore an
biah Games gold medals in wres- imprint originating in Birming-
tling. Wittenberg also won Olym- ham, Ala.
pic gold and silver medals in 1948
He who spares his words has
and 1952, respectively.
Gary Gubner, who established a true wisdom; And he who holds his
Ma ccabiah Games record of temper is a man of sense.

Others involved in
the new venture, include, Sylvan
Cohen, who will head the Phila-
delphia franchise; and Hyman
Katz, who will lead the Toronto
Canada Rifles.
Abe J. Greene, World Boxing
Association commissioner, has been
selected by the New Jersey Box-
ing Writers Association to receive
it's annual award for long and
meritorious service to boxing.
Gar y Klass, of Johannesburg,
South Africa, is only 12 years old,
but is considered that country's
outstanding trampoline performer.
The results of the JWB's national
airmail swimming meet of 1964
are in. The winner in the 60' pools,
men's and women's division, was
Stanford, Conn., Jewish Center.
In the 75' pools, men's division,
Pittsburgh, Pa. YM & YWHA;
and women's division, Birmingham,
Ala. Jewish Community Center.
Eddie Jacobs, of Baltimore, has
been enshrined in the Maryland
State Hall of Fame. Eddie has won
five national tennis championships
in the last 40 years. Julia M. Held-
man, the No. 7 ranked U. S. woman
player is currently going to school
in Tours, France.
Red Auerbach, coach of the
Boston Celtics, talking of his for-
eign tour: "In Yugoslavia, I de-
manded they put up an American
flag. Somebody mentioned proto-
col. "Protocol my eye," I said—
"no flag, no game." The flag went
up.
Henry Wittenberg and his son,

last season.

,

990 pounds in winning the 1961
heavyweight weightlifting crown,
recently hoisted 1,180 pounds, the
fourth highest three-lift total in
history.

Republic's traditional friendship
with Israel would continue in the
future, and that the government
of the republic would continue to
cooperate with Israel at the United
Nations, were voiced here by the
president and foreign minister of
this country when they conferred
with Israel's deputy prime min-
ister, Abba Eban.
Eban, here on a four-day state
visit, was given these assurances
at a conference at the presidential
palace with President Donald
Reid Cabral and Foreign Minister
Ramon Caceres Troncoso. The
Dominican leaders also asked that
Israel continue its technical as-
sistance to the country's develop- ,--
ment program.
After a luncheon in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Eban by Israel's
ambassador, Benjamin Varon,
attended by the president, the
foreign minister and other high
government officials, a state din-
ner reception was held in the
national palace for Mr. and Mrs.
Eban. More than 1,000 guests at-
tended that event.

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1965,

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presented by

THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE

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AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION

Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODFSH

"Simmered
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Shalom, Miriam, where are you
going?
I am going home.
I have finished my work.

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I have worked up to now
in an office, but I left

the work (job) a month ago.
Where do you work now?
I began to work in a kindergarten.
I did not know you are a
kindergarten teacher.
This is not exactly so. I am no
kindergarten teacher. I only help
the kindergarten teacher in her
work.
Is the work in kindergarten better

than (the work) in the office?

Every kind of work is good, but
I love small children very much.
I love very much to see small
children enjoying themselves
and laughing.
All good people love children.

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YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY

precisely
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than
they are laughing
I love (f.)

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kindergarten teacher

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(to the house)

Kasha makes the difference—real traditional ta'am. Hearty

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Kasha Soup. Or Kasha instead of potatoes or rice. How
good it smells and tastes with pot roast, chicken or fish!
And as easy to make as chopping an onion and beating an
egg. So nutritious and economical, too.

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traditional
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New Wolif's
Package

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to Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, New York.

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