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May 30, 1969 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-30

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NEW YORK—The United States man at Iowa. And Danny Millman head coach at C. W. Post College.
has sent a total of 521 athletes to ('65), former world trampoline Shotputter Jerry Mann ('61) is as-
the World Maccabia Games in Is- champion, is head coach at Stan- sistant coach at NYU.
rael since they were resumed after ford.
Javelin-thrower Dick Bocks ('61)
World War II. A surprisingly large
Track and field is also well rep- put in some time in Africa coach-
number of them have turned to resented by ex-Maccabia athletes. ing the athletes of newly emerging
coaching.
Hurdler Royal Chernock ('50) is nations.
The latest Maccabian to join the
Tennis can count on Roberta Zim-
coaching ranks is Larry Brown,
man ('65), an instructor for the
who won a gold medal with the
Israel Ministry of Education at the
U.S. basketball team in 1961 and
university level. Allen Rosenberg
an Olympic gold medal in 1964
('61), is the ex-coach of the Vesper
and was the star of Oakland's re-
Boat Club, and was the U.S. coach
cent victory over Indiana for the
of the gold medal-winning eight-
American Basketball Association
oar crew in the 1964 Olympics.
championship.
Swimming and diving have an
Brown takes over as head coach
ample share of ex-Maccabians,
at Davidson College in the fall.
too. Richard Morse ('61, '65) is
Other Maccabian basketball men-
the diving coach at West Point.
tors, with the years they represent-
Jane Katz ('57, '61) is a profes-
ed the United States in parenthesis,
sor at Bronx Community College
include:
in New York and is a synchron-
Julie Cohen ('61), head coach
ized swimming coach for the

Alan King Prays
at Western Wall

at Miami-Dade Junior College;
Eli Sherman ('57), head coach of
the West Side Jewish Commu-
nity Center of Los Angeles; Ar-
nold Singal ('61), assistant var-
sity coach at MIT, and Alan
Young ('65), freshman coach at
Brown. Tal Brody ('65) is a
former basketball instructor at
the Orde Wingate Institute in
Israel.

Gymnastics is an equally rich
field for Maccabians. Ron Barak
('61) is the head coach at USC.
Abe Grossfeld ('53. '57, '65) coaches
at Southern Connecticut State.
Mike Jacobson ('65), former assist-
ant coach at Navy, is now bead

Kollek Will Run
Again for Mayor

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM—Jerusalem's popu.
lar mayor. Teddy, ` -Kollek, Monday
signified his intention to run for
re-election so that he can finish
the unification of the city with its
eastern sector that began in the
Six-Day War.
He told the Israel Labor Party
political committee that he would
be a candidate on the list to be
offered by the Labor Party Mapam
alignment. The alignment must de-
cide who will head the list in the
municipal elections, which will
coincide with the Knesset election.

Kollek said he would run al-
though legislative reforms he
deemed essential have not yet
been enacted. He said that he
would continue to fight for them.

.He said he wanted professional
technicians and administrators ap-
pointed instead of politicians to
aid him in running the municipal.
ity. There must be greater free-
dom from interior ministry control
and more attention to Jerusalem's
role as the nation's capital, he said.
Kollek also wants at least two East
Jerusalem Arabs to be included in
on the Labor-Mapam alignment
list of candidates as city council
members unless the Arabs choose
to bring forward their own candi-
dates.
He also wants a law calling for
direct mayoral elections.
Municipal governments in Israel
parallel the form of the national
government in that they consist of
coalitions. The inhibition placed on
Kollek by the special interests of
the Jerusalem coalition he heads
have been a constant source of
frustration to him.

school. Marilyn Ramenofsky ('61,
'65), former world recordholder
in the women's 400-meter free-
style and Olympic silver medal-
ist, coaches at a private girls'
school in California.

America's "king of comedy,"
television star Alan King prayed
with his father (shown above)
at the Western (Wailing)
Wall on a visit to Israel's capital.
King stood in solemn prayer be-
fore the ancient remnants of the
Temple, where he arrived with a
group of friends on a week-long
tour of Israel as guests of Hista-
drut, the general labor federa-
tion. The climax of the trip was a
ground-breaking ceremony on
May 9, for the Alan King Diag-
nostic Medical Center, a 51,000,-
000 six-story facility that will be
built by Histadrut to serve 180,000
Jerusalemites. King and his
friends in the business and enter-
tainment world will raise the
funds through a series of events
in major American cities.

Erwin Veg ('61, '65) served as an
advisory waterpolo coach for the
Philippine Islands. Allan Kwartler
('53) is a former women's fencing
coach at CCNY. Also at CCNY is
wrestling coach Henry Wittenberg
( . 50, '53) who was the 1968 United
States Olympic Greco - Roman
coach. Jerry Steinberg ('50, '53) is
the wrestling coach at Yeshiva
University.
And finally there's Harlan Cohen
('61, '65), national women's volley-
ball coach since 1965, coach of the
United States Pan-American Games
gold medal-winning women's team
in 1967, and the 1968 U.S. Olympic
women's coach.

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OWN COLOR !

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Friday, May 30, 1969-15

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Maccabia Ath letes Lean to Coaching

Session on Youth at Zionist Parley

I

MIAMI BEACH—Dr. Richard L.
Rubenstein, professor in the hu-
manities at the University of Pitts-
burgh, will address the Pan-Amer-
ican Zionist Conference Sunday
morning, at the Deauville Hotel.
He will join Dr. Miguel Maldaysky,
vice president of the Zionist Feder-
ation in Chile, in a session devoted
to "Problems of Jewish Youth and
the Campus."
Dr. Rubenstein is director of Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation and chap-
lain to Jewish students at the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Carnegie
Institute of Technology, Chatham
College and Duquesne.
More than 250 delegates from
North and South America will par-
ticipate in the conference.
According to Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann, chairman of the Jewish
Agency, American Section, the
purpose of this first Pan-American
the ties of General Zionists groups
on the Western Hemisphere, and
the Jewish communities on both

tinent
Top Israeli and American leaders
will address the conclave, includ-
ing Gen. Itzhak Rabin, Israel am-
bassador to the U.S.
Other speakers include Israel
Cabinet Minister Without Portfolio
Joseph Saphir; treasurer of the
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, Leon
Dultzin and Haim Levanon, former
mayor of Tel Aviv.

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orange shirt and lilac slacks. What kind
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the ankle as above? Here's an example. Florsheim's Malibu, $2425 in white leather,
strapped, and buckled in gold, (also in caramel, gold or blue leather). It can make you
before. So can Phillips sales
more colorfully better-dressed than
Northland Center (two stores)
people. Tell them about your clothes,
Security Charge/Michigan Bankard
and they'll tell you about their shoes.

phillips
shoes

Poverty Project Honored

CLEVELAND (JTA)—The Glen-
ville Project of the Jewish Com-
munity Federation, now in its third
year of aid to poverty area youth,
has been awarded special honors
by the Ward 24 Democrat Organ-
ization for its grass roots con-
tributions to such youth. The pro-
ject comprises a series of pro-
grams of enrichment and service
for poverty area school students
involving agencies and units of the
Jewish community. It won a Wil-
liam Shroder award from the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.

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