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December 18, 1970 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-18

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Five Hundred Years of Hebrew Printing
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This year the Quinque-Centennial of Hebrew Printing is being
commemorated throughout the Jewish world. Hebrew "broke into
print" first in Italy, where the printers Obadiah' (son of Moses) and
the brothers' Menasseh and Benjamin (sons of Elhanan) of Rome,
pioneered with Gutenberg's invention in Hebrew. The most famous
Hebrew press in Italy was established in 1483 by the physician Israel
Nathan of Soncino—the place name has become the trademark for
that press, outstanding by the excellence of its productions.

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(Copyright 1970, JTA, Inc.)

Then Inbar spoke to his Ameri-
can audience, telling them how
pleased he was that in a time of
crisis for Israel, his nation still
had time for fun and games. "It
shows the world the spirit of the
people of Israel," he said. "And it
shows the people of Israel that it
has friends who are willing to send
their athletes to my country to
compete with us."
The Hapoel games are the old-
est set of international games in
Israel, pre-dating the Maccabia.
"This year," Marty Cohen said,
"they'll serve a double purpose.
They'll help to celebrate Israel's
Independence Day as well as the
95th anniversary of the Hapoel
Sports Association."

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Those wishing to attend the
games, which will involve the ath-
letes of 20 nations, should write to
9th International Games of Hapoel,
Haarbaah St., Tel Aviv, Israel.
The competition itself will be in
track and field, cycling, yachting,
shooting, swimming and diving,
weightlifting, wrestling, table ten-
nis and chess. In addition, there
will be closed competition in Euro-
pean handball, tennis and fencing,
as well as international team com-
petition in men's and women's bas-
ketball, men's and women's volley-
ball, and in junior soccer.
Athletes will be housed at the
Hapoel is the sports organization
Orde
Wingate School for Physi-
of Histadrut and the largest in

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Opening of Torah Commentary
by Rabbi Moses ben Nadiman
(Ramban—Nakhmanides)

age of Israel's President Zalman
Shazar, who will attend the open-
ing ceremonies in Tel Aviv. Mrs.
Goida melt., the prime minister,
will be a featured guest at the
closing ceremonies in Jerusalem.

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Ninth Hapoel Games Set Into Motion

Yossi Inbar, the president of the
Israel Olympic Committee and ex-
ecutive director of Hapoel, was in
the USA recently to kick off plans
for American involvement in next
year's ninth Hapoel games.
The first thing he did at a New
York City banquet was to appoint
Martin L. Cohen, manager of Local
105 of the ILGWU, as the Hapoel
representative for the games in
the United States. Cohen, in turn,
named a committee of three New
Yorkers to work- with him in as-
sembling a United States team of
50 athletes, coaches and managers
for the games, to be held in
Israel April 29 through May 5,
1971. The threz are Jack Abram-
son, Haskell Cohen any Ed Mosler.

Phone
549-7170

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from the Response
of Rabbi Salomon ben Adret
(Rashba)
Rome, about 1474

Israel, with local clubs located
throughout the country. In a sense,
the Hapoel games are Labor
games, which is the reason that
union-oriented Marty Cohen was
selected to run the show in the
United States, a job he also did
for Hapoel five years ago.
"The union movement in the
United States will help to finance
the American team," he said. "We
work through the Amateur Athletic
Union in selecting the best ath-
letes possible. There are no re-
strictions as to the selection ex-
cept one—the athletes must be the
very best."
In keeping with its Importance
as a competitive and tourist at-
tracticn on the Israeli calendar,
the games are under the patron-

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Special Feature Released by Tarbut Ivrit Cultural Foundation

By JESSE H. SILVER

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

and his ORCHESTRA

Below are facsimiles of first Hebrew prints and the print emblem
of the Soncino family.

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42--Friday, D•csonbor 18, 1970
Said the Ropshitzer: "Who is
a sage? One who knows his place,'
say our Sages (Pirko Avot, 18:8).
I shall paraphrase it: 'Who is a
sage? One who makes his place
known.' A town becomes known
throughout the entire world by the
presence within it of an illustrious
sage."

cal Education in Netanya. Ar-

rangements have been made to
give all of the visiting athletes
the widest touring possible fol-
lowing the games.

In addition, a special Spring
Festival will be held in conjunc-
tion with the games in Haifa, and
there will be evenings of dance,
music and folklore.
Marty Cohen was asked about
the yachting competition. "The
USA won't be in it," he said.
"What about the Israelis?"
"They're the world's best and
of course will be entered," he said,
explaining that the competition
will be in the 420 class. "In case
you don't know," he added, "Israel
won the world individual title in
1969, and this past summer won
the world's team championship."
"What about the level of the
other competition?"
"The very best," Cohen said.
"There was a seven foot high-
jumper there five years ago. By
the way, the newly emerging Afri-
can nations will be there in
strength. That's why we plan to
take only our very best."
Cohen indicated the American
contingent would count heavily on
swimmers, track and field stars,
some weightlifters and wrestlers,
and a basketball team.

More Latin Americans
May Emigrate to Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein said here that social
and economic conditions in Latin
America are creating a situation
that might cause more Jews to
emigrate to Israel.
Goldstein, chairman of the Ker-
en Hayesod, reported on his re-
cent Latin American visit to the
Jewish Agency Executive. He said
instability in Latin America is
likely to be harmful to Jews be-
cause most of them belong to the
middle class, which is most vulner-
able to social and economic up-
heavals.
Goldstein said it was the duty
of the Israel government and the
Jewish Agency to make sure that
the country can meet its obliga-
tions to absorb new immigrants

from Latin America and anywhere
else. He said this ability depended
not only on the financial support
of world Jewry but on the use Is-
rael makes of the funds it receives.

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