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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-23

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• liasketball Coaches and tars .

108-Passenger Jet Put
Into Service by El Al,
Bringing Fleet Up to 9

By JESS SILVER

(Copyright 1969, JTA Inc.)

TEL AVIV (JTA)—E1 Al, the
Israel national airline, has taken
delivery and placed in transatlantic
service its new Boeing-704 jet air-
liner with a capacity of 108 pas-
sengers. The new plane brings El
Al's Boeing fleet to nine. The air-
line was reported to be survey-
ing prospects for a new service
to South America either direct
from Lydda or through a sub-
sidiary airline operating from a
European capital.

Harry Litwack finally made it.
Head basketball coach at Temple
University for the past 17 years,
Litwack won his first post-season
tournament in 11 tries when his
Owls stopped favored Boston Col-
lege 89-76 in the final game of the
National Invitation Tournament in
New York City. Prior to its loss to
Temple, Boston had won 19
straight games. A superbly coach-
ed club, Temple finished the cam-
paign with a 22-8 record and was
co-winner of the ECAC Division I
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Litwack, a 61-year-old grand-
father, has been associated with
NMI,
Temple basketball ever since his
OPEN
undergraduate days. He played for
ALL
the Owls in 1926-29 and captained
YEAR
the team in his junior and senior
years. He became freshman coach
following his graduation, and held
the post until 1952 when he took
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COURSE
but one losing season. Litwack
• INDOOR POOL HEALTH
CLUB
gained the 300th win of his varsity
• NEW NIGHT CLUB
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career when Temple defeated Man-
LOUNGE
hattan this past season.
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.a.,
ord. In 1957 Litwack led the U.S.
w
Maccabia Games basketball team
to a gold medal in IsraeL

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Larry Brown, another veteran of
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newest recruit in the collegiate
coaching ranks. Brown, 28, a mem-
ber of the American Basketball
Association for the past two sea-
sons, will take over the job as head
coach of Davidson College next
season. Brown's only previous
coaching experience was as an
assistant at his alma mater, North
Carolina.
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brother, is the head coach at New
York's Stony Brook College. He,
Nat Holman and LIU's Roy Rubin
helped pick- this year's Maccabia
Games basketball squad at a re-
cent tryout in New York City.
Max Zaslofsky, coach and gen-
eral manager of the ABA's New
York Nets, resigned after two sea-
sons. The Nets finished at the bot-
tom of the Eastern Division both
years. Zaslofsky starred as a play-
er in the early days of the NBA
. . . Red Auerbach, basketball's
most successful coach, and now
general manager of the Celtics, got
a chance to coach again this past
season when Boston coach Bill
Russell was injured.
One of New York City's most
respected high school basketball
coaches, Jammy Moskowitz, has
announced his retirement.
Hal Blitman's Chaney State (Pa.)
State College club was ranked No.
8 in the final small-college basket-
ball polls.
Alexander Gomelsky led his Rus-
sians to third place in the Mexico
City Olympic Games. Gomelsky
has been coach of the Russian na-
tional basketball team for many
years.

THE

Friday, May 23, 1969-45

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Funding for Day School to Be in Parents' Laps

NEW YORK (JTA)—The Jewish the responsibility for meeting all
Center of Jackson Heights plans to other aspects of the day school
open a day school next September budget.
with responsibility for financing
operations to be undertaken by
parents of the pupils of the school,
according to Rabbi Arnold Turet-
sky of the Conservative congrega-
tion. The new school, which will
be affiliated with the Solomon
Schechter school system, is sched-
uled to begin with first and second
grades.
Rabbi Turetsky said that the re-
sponse to the announcement of the
plans had brought requests from
parents that the school open with
a third grade also and that this
Knows his
was under consideration. He added
that the school hopes to open with
mountains .. .
20 pupils in each of the first two
grades. The synagogue has 275
students in its present three-day-
a-week afternoon school program,
which covers first grade throiigh
the third year of high school. The
proposed day school will be oper-
ated in the synagogue's present
gent cud Ceuxiqeki,
classrooms. A committee of par-
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ents of pupils of the planned first
two grades is being organized to
assume responsibility for the finan-
He said the congregation
Seton Hall to Host Talks cing.
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on Judaism, Christianity other physical facilities for the
SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. — An school but the parents will have
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sponsored starting June 15 by the Exaggerated Reports
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Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Israeli Way, Says Aide
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Brith, on the Seton Hall campus,
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
here.
BUENOS AIRES — Israel will
Designed for teachers of religion
either
tell
the truth or not say any-
and the social sciences in colleges,
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secondary schools, the "Menora Nathaniel Lorch, head of the for-
eign
ministry's
Latin
American
de-
Institute" will take place under the
direction of Sister Rose Thering of partment, told the press here.
WHITE MOUNTAINS
He was asked why the Arabs re-
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We handle all details of
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resort reservations; these.
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and many others.
statements about successful mili-
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We have the right spot
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Participants from 15 states and
for
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Baruch School, on "Key Issues in the Arabs claimed they inflicted,"
Contemporary Jewish Theology"; he said, "there would not be any-
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He said that Israel has more
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General's Daughter
Shrugs Off Close Call

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—About 2,000 settlers
in the Jezreel valley watched Mon-
day as the daughter of Gen. Chaim
Bar-Lev, Israeli chief of staff, had
a narrow escape from death when
she took part in paratroop maneu-
vers.
Zohar Bar-Lev was in mid-air
when her main parachute would
not release despite two pulls of the
ring. She then pulled the safety pin
of the reserve chute, which open-
ed immediately.
She dropped smoothly to ground,
and when she touched down she
was asked how she felt during
those precarious moments high
over Israel.
"There was some deficiency,"
she said in a cool manner, "but I
overcame it."

Rule Out Sabotage
in Fire in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Jerusa-
lem police ruled out sabotage as
the cause of the fire which gutted
the main Jerusalem transformer
station Sunday, cutting off electric
power and light from parts of the
city. The Knesset building and the
Hebrew University were without
electricity for several hours until
alternative supply lines were cut
in.

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