100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

August 10, 1973 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Maccabiah Is Summarized as Success;
World Union Plans for 10th Games in '77

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright, 1973. JTN, Inc.)

It is doubtful any Ameri-
can team participating in in-
ternational competition ever
set a record to compare with
the one compiled by Coach
Eugene Weiss' wrestlers in
Greco-Roman grappling, fa-
vored by most Europeans.
The U.S. won seven gold
medals and two silvers. In
straight wrestling it was nine
golds and one silver, an
amazing display by a tough,
well-trained squad.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
total of 500 community social
workers are needed to al-
leviate the plight of poor
families, Shmuel Friedman,
director of community ser-
Despite a turnout of 51,000
vices in the welfare minis-
for the opening ceremony
try, said.
He noted that dozens of
positions for community so-
cial workers remain unfilled
because of a shortage of
trained manpower.
Adding community social
workers to present staffs
would also help solve prob-
lems of many immigrants in-
cluding the Georgian Jews
who were involved in a hun-
ger strike at Ashdod, Fried-
man said.
The reason for the short-
age, he noted, is that many
graduate social workers shy
away from field work be-
cause of the low pay in
the profession, unsatisfactory
working conditions in wel-
fare offices and lack of un-
derstanding by local auth-
orities.

Save MSS Save MSS Save $$$$$

SUMMER CLEARANCE!!!!

FINAL Price Reduction
Hundreds of New Cars In Stock!

All Models

Low Mileage

All Colors

Demonstrators
All Models

All Equipment

See or Call

We've complied the most fantastic selec-
tion of evening gowns available. Now
this select group of gowns is one-half off
their regular price. Were $75 - $300.

BankArnericard • Master Charge • Jacqueline Charge

George M. Brant

SUPERIOR OLDSMOBILE

1 5000 7 MILE, Detroit, Mich.

7,e 5$$$S

342-7000

Save $$$$$ =Thrr
Sal

ot your

Look how little it costs to li/

and want to call:

BENTON HARBOR
GRAND RAPIDS
BAY CITY
TRAVERSE CITY
SAULT STE. MARIE
LANSING

Hermine Ryan Now
in Germany for Trial

BONN — Hermine Braun-
steiner Ryan, a New York
City housewife who has been
charged with committing
war crimes as a Nazi prison
guard, arrived in West Ger-
many Tuesday to face trial.
She was extradited by the
United States, it having been
found that she entered the
U.S. in 1963 without admit-
ting the full extent of her
past.

• 0

DADS

William Finkle, a PhD
from MIT, an economist with
the Kaiser Foundation, fight-
ing as a middleweight didn't
do so well in the ring but
knocked out his audience at
an international meeting
when he delivered a paper
on medical economies.

and 40,000 for the close, it
appears that the games will
to IL 400,000 (about $100,-
000). Theoretically all of the
supposed to make up the de-
ficit.
You know who will be
asked to cover most of the
loss don't you.
Right!
The good old U.S.A.—the
U.S. Committee Sports for Is-
rael — Uncle Sam's arm for
the Maccabiah Games.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WASHINGTON—Sen. Her-
man E. Talmadge of Georgia
in an address reprinted in
the Congressional Record,
quoted the Georgia maga-
zine, Dixie Business, which
named Israel Premier Golda
Meir to its 1973 list of the
world's 10 greatest living
women.
"Hubert F. Lee, editor of
Dixie Business since 1929,
said that history will record
Mrs. Meir as one of the all-
time great leaders — men
or women," Sen. Talmadge
read.
Mrs. Meir received an il-
luminated scroll as a me-
mento from Dr. James P.
Wesberry, pastor of At-
lanta's Morningside Baptist
Church, who was named the
27th "Man of the South" by
Dixie Business.
In its article on Golda, the
magazine finds an ally for
her as it quotes from the
Bible (46th Chapter of
Genesis), "And God spake
unto Israel, in the visions of
the night, and said . . . Fear
not L-.)\ go down into Egypt;
for I will there make of thee
a great nation. I will go
down with thee into Egypt
and I will also surely bring
thee up again."
A second quotation tells
how Mrs. Meir "in 1948
helped fulfill the prophecy
of Isaiah: 'And the nations
of the world shall bring all
your brethren out of all the
nations . . . to my holy
mountain Jerusalem, said
the Lord.' "

gSSSS

The U.S. athlete who drew
most comment, of course,
was Aaron Grandinson, the
black basketball player from
Yeshiva of Queens. A fine
little ball player Aaron sur-
prised the Israelis with his
_fluent Hebrew and his frum-
keit.

10—Friday, August 10, 1973

DADS

Israel Needs
Social Workers
to Assist Poor

Tal Brody, former University of Illinois basketball star,
now captain of the Israel National Basketball Team, is
shown here lighting the Maccapah Torch.

MSS Save MSS

TEL AVIV—The 9th Mac-
cabiah Games flame was
hardly extinguished w h en
plans were under way for the
10th Maccabiah slated four
years hence. The World Mac-
cabiah Union wants to keep
the momentum going. This
year it was a natural, Israel's
25th anniversary. For the
10th set of games a little
more creativity will be re-
quired.
As usual, the Israeli press
is critical about the conduct
of the 1973 games. Some writ-
ers try to equate the inferior
performances in some sports
events with the overall con-
duct of the games. This is un-
fair. Trie, some of the per-
formances on the field and
in the swimming pool suf-
fered terribly in comparison
to world and Olympic per-
formances. But let's not for-
get the Maccabiah is for Jew-
ish athletes only and when
you can muster but five Ye-
hudim from Spain they are
not going to set any world
records.
The fact remains some of
Mark Spitz's records were
wiped out by a Swedish wom-
an swimmer who won seven
gold medals, better by far
than Spitz did here in his two
appearances.
Wendy Paskin, an Ameri-
can swimmer, walked away
with a total of nine medals,
a new high for the Mac-
cabiah.
In a complement of 200
American athletes one is
bound to find some unusual
characters.

Georgia Honors
a Peach: Golda

(1(44 in their place.

Cost for 5 minutes*

$ .90

.90
.75
1.05
1.05
.75

*Rates shown (tax is not included) are for direct dialed, station-to-station
calls Monday through Friday, 5 p.m. to 7 a.m., all day Saturday, and Sun-
day before 5 p.m. and after 11 p.m. until 7 a.m. Monday. They also apply
on station-to-station calls placed with an operator where direct dialing
facilities are not available.

BI

Michigan Bell

Don't hesitate to call

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan