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March 20, 1970 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-20

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20—Friday, March 20, 1970

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Cricket Players Make History

SHOLOM POST
No. 537

Sholom Post No. 5:;7
Auxiliary in 1949.

By JESSE SILVER

(copyright 1970, JTA, Inc.)

Aron (Ali) Bacher of South
Africa made history recently when
he captained his country's cricket
team in a test match against
Australia in Cape Town.. A physici-
an from Johannesburg, Bachcr
thus became the first Jew ever to
lead a national cricket team. He
was joined on the squad by another
Jewish player, Dennis Gamey, 29,
the best wicketkeeper in South
Africa.
It was Bacher's ninth interna-
tional match and Gamsy's first.
An outstanding batsman, Bacher,
27, toured England with the South
African team in 1965, and in 1966
captained the Transvaal team that
handed Australia its first evar
cricket defeat in South Africa,
going back to 1902.
Bacher has also been selected to
captain the South African team
that is scheduled to visit Great
Britain later this year. Officials
have expressed concern over the
trip since the recent visit of a
South African rugby team to Bri-
tain caused so many demonstra-
tions.

organized in 1946 and the

Our Post and Auxiliary are represented very well in the

many community relation projects throughout Metropolitan

Detroit.

We are very proud of our services to all the Veterans

Hospitals.

Last year we organized a Youth Education Scholarship

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Fund to send a deserving student to college.

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J.W.9:SIMPLEMENT "

Abel Kiviat and Allen Rosen-
berg are two recent additions to

the Helms Athletic Hall of Fame. A
middle distance runner, Kiviat
represented the Irish - American
A.C. of New York City prior to
World War I. Between 1909 and
1914, he captured nine U.S. and
three Canadian championships at
distances from 600 yards to cross
country. In 1912 he set a world
record of 3:55.8 ia the 1500-meters,
and .then was runner-up in that
event at the Olympic Games - in
Stockholm. He competed in track
until 1925, and is active today, at
77, as an official at the indoor
meets in New York City.
Like Kiviat, Rosenberg likes
speed, but prefers his in a racing
shell. He coached and coaxed the
U.S. Maccabia Games team in
1961, and was the coach of the gold
medal eight - oared crew at the
1964 Olympics Games in Tokyo.
Rosenberg served as president of
the Rowing Coaches Association
America in 1965, and coached t he

Vesper Boat Club crew until hree
years ago when ha moved to
Rochester, N.Y., where he works
as a patent attorney for Kodak.
He has since organized the
Rochester Rowing Club and brought
it into prominence.

Carmiel Develops
Center for Youth

By HAIM snAcuTER
JERUSALEM—Carmiel is a new
town in Upper Galilee. It is situ-

ROBERT J. RAFELSON POST
AND AUXILIARY No. 431

ated on the central highway con-

necting the coastal plain with the
Upper Galilee region-23 kms. from
Acre, 43 kms. from Haifa. 30 kms.
from Safed and 34 kms. from Ti-
berias. Conceived in 1963, the first
16 families bad settled there by
August 1964, and by the end of the
year the population had grown to
100 families—half of them new im-
migrants from Eastern Europe;
the remainder veteran settlers
from the kibutzim, moshavim and
other towns in Israel. Today, just
over five years after its inception,

Carmiel has a population of almost
5,000—SO per cent veterans, 90 per
cent new immigrants from Eastern
Europe and 10 per cent new set-
tlers from North Africa, South

Pfc. Robert J. Rafelson

Robert J. Rafelson killed in action March 13, 1945 in the initial crossing of the Rhine River.

Beloved son of the late Mark Rafelson and Mrs. Francis Rafelson.

Post and Auxiliary are in our 24th year of service to our community, to the veteran and to

ttio,e leis fortunate. We pledge our continued efforts toward the preservation of the great ideals

of Judaism. veteranism and of this great nation.

The Post and Auxiliary have been an integral

part of the community and its activities. We

Feverently we pray for strength and guid-
ance to help restore, preserve and advance

have responded to calls for aid and assistance

those great American principles and ideals of

from less fortunate.

which we have been beneficiaries and which

we hold as trustees for future generations.

oi fit ERS — RAFELSON POST 431

Sam Solomon

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Ralph Epstein

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inauguration of a Youth Center
America and United States.
A ramified industry has devel-
oped at Carmiel, in a special indus-
trial zone which is kept apart from
the residential area of the town.
The industries include a plant for
prefabricated houses ,metalworks,
printing shops, plastics and textile
factories, all providing employment
for many hundreds of hands.
Feb. 12 was a red letter day for
this young Israeli town. Many hun-
dreds of visitors, including a dele-
gation of over 100 young people
from the Argentine, bad converged
on Carmiel in order to attend the
inauguaration of a Youth Center
and club premises attached to the
Carmiel Local Council building in
the center of the town. The opening
of the Youth Center was made
possible by funds raised by young
key workers of the Keren Hayesod-
United Israel Appeal in the Argen-
tine, and is the first project of its
kind to be established in Israel
Argentine Jews through the special
projects department of the Keren
Hayesod.

There is no man so blessed that
some who stand by his deathbed
won't hail the occasion with de-
light.—Marcus Aurelius.

OFFICERS — RAFELSON AUX. 431

President

Senior Vice President

Lillian Stern

Evelyn Schwartz

Junior Vice President

Belle Yoff

Treasurer

Zelda Rose

Past President

Evelyn Schwartz

Compliments of

KASLE STEEL
& ALUMINUM

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