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May 27, 1966 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-27

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Center's 40th Anniversary Brings Back
Memories of Many Former Sports Teams

Celebrating the 40th anniversary
of the Jewish Community Center,
the present active leadership will
turn back the pages of history to
recall the activities of many ath-
letic teams, of cultural and social
groups that functioned in the sev-
eral buildings that preceded the
present Center structure on Mey-
ers and Curtis. Many prominent

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Detroiters were active in numer-
ous of the Center functions—those
that preceded the formation of
the Jewish Center Association in
1926 and those that followed.
Preceding the present movement,
especially in the old Hannah
Schloss Building on High and Hast-
ings, there were a number of
teams that were active in base-

ball, basketball, handball and
other sports.
At the anniversary dinner, to be
held June 9 at the Center, the
efforts of the past presidents will
he acknowledged in the course of
the review of the accomplishments
of the past 40 years.
Milton J. Miller, the current
president, will preside.

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The accompanying resurrected
photos show two of the baseball
teams of past years. Those in the
upper photo have all been iden-
tified. They are (from the left)
top row, Archie Davis, Dave Fell-
man, Harry Mendelsohn, Morse
Goldman, Charlie Gabarim, High
Schlussel, Khaki Davis, (bottom
row) Sam Cohen, Judgy Lewis,
Sam Eder, Morrie Mendelsohn
and Mendie Frieze.

In the photo at left, top row,
from left, are Joe Newman,
Ruby Weiner, the coach Simp-
son J. Rosenberg and Bill Abram-
son. The last person in that row
and the middle row could not be
identified. In the bottom row are
David Freedman and Meyer
Waterstone, with the mascot,
Babe Weiner, in the center.

200 Day Schools Directors Call for
Accelerated Hebrew Curricula

More than 200 principals andpay School educators' convention
directors of Hebrew Day Schools affirmed that Torah Umesorah,
throughout the United States and the National Society for Hebrew
Canada, meeting in annual conven- Day Schools, is the one agency
tion in Ferndale, New York, called authorized to speak on behalf of
for an intensification of the He- the Day School movement on all
brew studies curriculum, the up- matters pertaining to Federal leg-
grading of general educational islation on education.
standards and the launching of a
A four-week teacher-training
series of ambitious edUcational re- summer seminar for educational
search projects which would put personnel in the Hebrew Day
the Day School movement in the School field will be offered in
front ranks of those spearheading New York City by Torah Umeso-
the current educational revolution rah, from July 6 to Aug. 3. The
on the American scene.
accelerated summer courses are
Called by the National Confer- being sponsored in cooperation
ence of Yeshiva Principals, the with the Joseph Shapiro Teacher
Training Institutes, a year-round
teacher training program with
Dedication Ceremonies
branches in New York, Baltimore
Held for Israeli Museum and Cleveland.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TIBERIAS — Dedication cere-
monies were held at Hatzor for a
new museum which has placed on
exhibit the finds of 21 archaeologi-
cal strata spanning 2,500 years of
settlement at the site.
Participating in the ceremonies
were Dr. Yigael Yadin, professor
of archaeology at the Hebrew Uni-
versity, the Canadian and French
ambassadors, and Mrs. Ayala Zacks
of Toronto, who contributed most
of the 300,000 pounds - ($100,000),
cost of the museum.

Ruby Sanity Trial Set

DALLAS — Jack Ruby, con-
victed slayer of Lee Harvey
Oswald, will go on trial June 13
to determine his sanity.
Sentenced to death for the slay-
ing in 1963 of Oswald, assassin
of President Kennedy, Ruby
would be committed to a state
mental hospital if the sanity jury
finds him insane.
The Texas Court of Criminal
Appeals, which called for the hear-
ing "without delay," presumably
will consider Ruby's appeal of
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS the conviction if the sanity jury
Friday, May 27, 1966-9 finds him sane.

Center Sponsors Israel Night June 5:
Movies to Be Shown; Envoy to Speak

Israel Night, sponsored by the
Jewish Center in coperation with
the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Of-
fice, will be held
8 p.m., June 5, at
the Center.
"Colors of Is-
rael," a 30-min-
ute documentary
film, to be in De-
troit for the first
time, gives a pic-
torial tour of the
New National
Museum in Jeru-
salem.
In addition,
"Land of 1,000
Faces," which
won first prize in
Europe in an In-
ternational Coin-
Eyal
petition for Doc-
tmentary Films, also will be
shown.
Menachem Eyal, Midwest direc-
tor of the Israel Government Tour-
ist Office, will be present to an-
swer questions regarding business
opportunities and tours to Israel.
Prior to his appointment, Eyal
was director of the Tel Aviv and
southern region office in Israel.
Born in Romania, Eyal emmi-
grated to Israel after the second
World War, where he became a
member of a Kibbutz for about
four years. In 1951 he joined the
Israeli army, graduated from the
school of officers and was pro-
moted to the rank of captain in
the paratroopers.
In 1958 he joined the Israel Gov-
ernment Tourist Office in the ca-
pacity of deputy director of the
department of special events and
was promoted in 1959 to the posi-
tion of regional director.
-Chaim A. Salamon, Israeli con-
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midwest, also will speak on the
economic situation in Israel, and
its opportunities for the American
businessman.
The public is invited at no
charge.

Publisher's Will Provides
$100,000 for Foundation

om as
WASHINGTON ( JTA )
Gerber, a publisher of the National
Jewish Ledger, who died of a
heart attack May 10, provided
$100,000 in his will for a heart
disease foundation, the Jewish
Week reports.
The Jewish Week acquired the
Ledger by purchase last year. The
Gerber Foundation will be head-
ed by Dr. Charles Hufnagel, chief
of heart surgery at Georgetown
University . Hospital, who treated
Mr. Gerber for 16 years. If Dr.
Hufnagel ceases to head the foun-
dation, its leadership will be
transferred to the Einstein School
of Medicine of Yeshiva Univer-
sity. -
Mr. Gerber died at 61, within a
few months of the passing of his
wife, Kay, who also worked on
the Jewish publication.

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Cabinet OKs Amendment
of Israel's Libel Law

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Amend-
ments to Israel's year-old libel law,
enacted during the final days of
the Knesset (Parliament) last
summer and decried vigorously by
many persons in Israel interested
in freedom of the press, were
adopted by the Cabinet here Mon-
day and placed on the Knesset's
agenda Tuesday.
The amendments to the law, de-
nounced as overly drastic by many
journalists, had been recommended
by a special commission created
by the Cabinet to consider the pro-
tests.
Under the new version, print-
ers of libelous materials, or dis-
tributors of such matter, will not
be held responsible unless they
knew, or should have known,
that the material was libelous.
If the material is deemed libel-
ous, only the news editor or editor-
in-chief of a publication would be
held responsible. The Cabinet made
it clear in adopting the amend-
ments that publication of truth is
in the public interest.
Among the commission's recom-
mendations was a clause forbid-
ding the "treatment of news items
in such a manner that the normal
proportions of the item are exceed-
ed." The Cabinet struck that
clause from the neW version.
The commission that studied the
changes in the libel law was ap-
pointed last year by Prime Minis-
ter Levi Eshlcol. It was headed by
Supreme Court Justice Alfred Wit-
kon.

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