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October 28, 1966 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

October 28, 1966
'_`•'
"•'
Hillel Day School Starts $1,000,000 Building Baseball Players and Yom Kippur
berg's son, played a brilliant game
Ftmd Campaign; Kasle Explains Objectives' !
By JESSE SILVER
at defensive tackle as Yale whipped

(Copyright, 1966. JTA, Inc.)

_■,,

basis for this year I Kasle is confident that "the Jew-
To play or not to play, that is Connecticut 16-0.
The Hillel Day School building on a temporar -
the question which confronts
campaign
for
$1,000,000
was
only,
the
board's
announcement
ish
community
of
Detroit
will
sup-
Congratulations to Jerry Hoff-
fund
port the needs of the new genera- Jewish athletes when Yom Kippur berger and his Baltimore Orioles
kicked off on Oct. 20 at a meeting stated.
Abe Kasle. president of the Hil. tion by contributing generously to comes around every year. This
on the team's copping its first
of the school board.
The Hillel Day School has been lel Day School, presided over the the building fund campaign of the : year the holy day affected more modern flag. Baseball in Balti-

sports
figures
than
usual.
Yom
more has a great Jewish tradi-
in existence for nine years and meeting at which the drive was Hillel Day School."
Kippur fell on a Saturday, when
tion.
has an enrollment of some 275 started. "I was most pleased with
not only baseball, but college
students. It is considered one of the results of this kick-off meet-
Lipman Pike was a member of
football, as well as many other
the outstanding day schools in the mg,' Kasle said. "Our board mem-
the Lord Baltimores, the first pro-
sports
were
schedued.
,.,...
T
country. The school has achieved bers radiated their enthusiasm and
011 Schir
The most famous Yom Kippur fessional baseball team to repre-
this rating despite the fact that it unanimously dedicated themselves tut .
sent the city back in 18'72-73. Dan
NEW YORK (JTA)—A Nation- decision in sports was probably the Sterns played for the city's Ameri-
does not have the physical facili- to achieve the goals of this build-
one
Hank
Greenberg
made
in
1934.
ties to carry forth its program ing program — the construction of al Broadcasting Co. official has
The whole country seemed to take can Association team in 1883-85.
and is presently renting classrooms , a school building which is des- confirmed reports that the net-
Moses and Sydney Frank and
sides,
some for his playing, some
at the Jewish Community Center perately needed as our :275 students work had paid Balder von Shirach,
Harry Goldman put Baltimore into -
against.
At
the
time,
Greenberg
branch at Ten Mile Road and at will not have a home come Sep- former Hitler youth leader, for
the American League in 1901.
the Bnai Moshe Synagogue. This tember 1967." Over $200,000 was an exclusive appearance on one was leading the Detroit Tigers to Sydney was the club's first presi-
their first pennant in 25 years.
space is inadequate and it is pledged at this initial meeting.
dent. Cal Abrams, Joe Ginsberg,
of its news programs.
Every game was vital. Greenberg
Von Schirach, who was released didn't play, but the Tigers went Saul Rogovin and Moe Drabowsky
recently from Spandau Prison in on to take the American League have all played for the modern
U.S., Canadian Emigres Aided by Zionist Fund
West Berlin after serving a 20- flag anyway. Many Americans who team.
NEW YORK (JTA)'— Financial • of the World Confederation of Gen- year term as a Nazi war criminal, had no idea what Yom Kippur
The Orioles called Mike Epstein
help totaling 250,000 Israeli pounds , eral Zionists. The league and Ha- had appeared on the Huntley- was, learned about it as a result up from Rochester at the end of
($83.000) was made available this dassah are American members of Brinkley news propgram.
the International League season.
of Greenberg's observance.
year to American and Canadian the confederation.
Don Meany, an NBC vice-presi-
This year, as in every year The big first baseman completed
settlers in Israel through a special
Daroff told the board that many dent, said that the network "prob-
since he has been in baseball, an outstanding year, winning both
General Zionist Fund, Samuel Dar- American and Canadian newcom- ably" felt that "if we didn't buy
Sandy Koufax took the day off. the home run and runs-batted-in
crowns, and helping the Red Wings
off, president of the American ers did not meet the qualifications it, somebody else would. The feel-
Ken Holtzman, the Cub rookie
Jewish League for Israel, reported of the Jewish Agency or other ing at NBC was that it was a
pitcher did the same. Art Sham- to their first flag in 13 years.
sky of Cincinnati was the only The pennant wasn't decided until
agencies to get "vitally needed" legitimate news story; and, to
here.
the last game which Rochester
Jewish major leaguer who played
He told a meeting of the league's loans to start a business or pro- get it, it became clear, we would
won. Epstein collected his 29th
on Yom Kippur. Jockey Walter
board that the funds were provid- fession, or for mortgage loans have to pay for it." Von Schirach
Blum did not ride at Aqueduct, homer and got five RBIs for a
reportedly was paid $4,000 for his
ed through the Constructive Fund for housing.
but Allan Fox participated in a season's total of 102. He also hit
Daroff said that, in 1967, more NBC appearance.
tennis tournament in Los for the most bases in the league
The British Broadcasting Co.
2,000 such Jews would settle
with 268. Far this, the league man-
Angeles. UCLA tackle Al Cla-
U.S. to Host Bourguiba than
which had scheduled the former
in Israel. The board adopted un-
man passed up a trip to play agers voted Epstein the best hit-
Nazi youth leader for a similar
animously a resolution urging the
ting prospect in the circuit.
and King of Morocco
against Syracuse.
appearance, canceled the plan,
fund to make available 1,500,000
It
was
the
Yale-Connecticut
foot-
explaining
von
Schirach
wanted
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Presi- Israeli pounds ($500,000) for such
"too much money." The BBC, how- ball game, however, that high-
dent Johnson will meet here in aid during 1967.
MEDICAL SUITES
ever, was flooded with protests lighted the difference of opinion
November with King Hassan II of
In modern clinic in East Detroit
Morocco and in June with Presi-
Another resolution called for for- against the projected appearance. that exists among athletes as
with busy dentist. 3 operatories, lab,
whether to play or not. Yale an-
dent Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia.
mation of a joint committee of
private and business offices, 2 lav-
Michigan has 85 kinds of soft nounced that its outstanding sopho-
the
league,
Hadassah
and
United
The United States was depicted
atories, dark room. Near shopping
and hardwood trees, a greater more end, Bruce Weinstein, would
States
members
of
the
World
Con-
center. Proven growth area.
as eager for the two Arab leaders
not
appear
in
his
first
varsity
game
variety
than
any
other
state,
and
to continue a moderating role in federation to study ways of in-
because
of
the
holy
day.
Yale's
their
fall
array
of
color
makes
PR 6-9800 or Li 5-9059
Arab and African affairs. The creasing aid to the Association of
other Jewish starter did compete.
Bourguiba trip is likely to be a Americans and Canadians in Is- Michigan the showplace of the Glenn Greenberg, Hank Green- '
rael, which disburses those grants. nation.
full-fledged state visit.

NBC Pays 84 0-00
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d3ca- - Wan, Utivvatitti. annual- 43angw2L
Wednesday, November 30— Cobo Hall

Dinner 7:00 p.m.

Cocktails 6:00 p.m.

Guest Speaker


Bar-Ilan University Annual Banquet Committee

General Banquet Chairman

MAX M. FISHER

SAMUEL FRANKEL
General Chairman

Honorary Chairman

Honorary Co - Chairmen

CHARLES GROSBERG
JOSEPH JACKIER

DR. J. E. GOLDMAN

HYMAN SAFRAN
JUDGE JOHN M. WISE

Dinner Committee Co - Chairmen

DAVID I. BERRIS
ABRAHAM BORMAN
TOM BORMAN
DAVID J. COHEN
AVERN COHN

DR. ORMOND DRAKE




Guest Artist

JULIUS ROTENBERG
PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
MAX STOLLMAN
PAUL ZUCKERMAN
JACK SYLVAN

MORRIS KARBAL
ABE KASLE
EDWARD C. LEVY
DAVID POLLACK

SAMUEL FRANKEL

Scholarship Committee



IRWIN I. COHN, Chairman

MORRIS J. BRANDWINE
NORMAN ALLAN
SAMUEL HECHTMAN
DAVID SAFRAN
M. BEN LEWIS

NATHAN GOLDIN
DANIEL LAVEN
RICHARD SLOAN





Chairman, Board of

Trustees

Dinner Arrangements Committeee

PAUL BAKER
NORMAN GORDON
MAX OSTROW

DAVID MUSKOVITZ

NORMAN J. COHEN
GRAHAM ORLEY
DAVID SAKWA

PHILLIP STOLLMAN, Chairman
Board of Trustees

Help Raise Jewry's Cultural Standards

Join the Participants in the Annual Bar-Ilan Dinner

THEODORE BIKEL

For _reservations call DI 1-0708

I

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

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