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January 10, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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Yeshaayahu Tadmor, com-
mander of Israel's youth
corps, Gadna, will be in De-
troit Jan. 19-26 as a scholar-
in-residence, sponsored by
the Detroit Zionist Federa-

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Israel Youth Corps Commander
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tion and the Jewish Commu-
nity Council.
Tadmor, former deputy
chief education officer of the
Israel Defense Forces and
former director - general of
Israel television, will meet
with local Jewish and non-
Jewish groups to discuss Is-
rael integration, paramilitary
education in Israel high
schools and Israel security.
Tadmor was a platoon
commander in Nahal, a pla-
toon and company command-
er in the "Golani" infantry
unit, instructor in the train-
ing school for officers, -edu-
cation officer at the officers'
training school, commander
of the Military Institute for
Education in Jerusalem for
three years, head of the mili-
tary information branch, sec-
ond in command to the chief
education officer and educa-
tion officer in the Armored
Forces Command. He became
commander of Gadna in 1973.
His schedule, in Detroit:
public meeting 8 p.m. Jan.
19 at Cong. Bnai Moshe;
Akiva Hebrew Day School
and American Jewish Com-
mittee, Jan. 20; Hadassah
and Cong. Bnai David, Jan.

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21; United Hebrew Schools,
high school, and Bnai Moshe
study group, Jan. 22; Wayne
State University Hillel, UHS
teachers, UHS high school
and Hashahar Youth Move-
ment, Jan. 23; Hillel Day
School, Jewish Community
Council and Labor Zionist
Alliance, Jan. 24; Pioneer
Women Council, Moadon
Ivri, Bnai Brith Youth Orga-
nization and Hashomer Hat-
zair, Jan. 25; and "Judaism
in Concert," Jan. 26 at Cong.
Bnai David.
He also is slated to meet
with UAW locals and the fac-
ulty of WSU's school of edu-
cation. For information, call
the DZF, 968-1044.

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Cincy Sachs Gym Dedication Due

The late Philip "Cincy"
Sachs, Detroit's Mr. Basket-
ball for more than 60 years,
will be honored Thursday
evening at the Cannon Rec-
reation Center on Detroit's
east side, when the center's
gymnasium is dedicated in
his name.
Detroit Common Council
President Carl Levin will be
guest speaker at the '7 p.m.
ceremonies, which will be
attended by Sachs' sisters,
Mrs. Clara Gilman and Mar-
ion Sachs, and brother David.
It is estimated that Sachs
taught basketball to more
than 2,000 at the University
of Detroit, Lawrence Insti-
tute of Technology, Grosse
Pointe University School, De-
troit Country Day and the
Boys Club on Livernois at
Michigan. He also coached
the old Detroit Falcons, and
started with the YMHA team
in the old Hanna Schloss
Building.
Only seven months before
his death last year he was
named to the Michigan Sports
Hall of Fame in Cobo Hall.
Although he was a sporting
goods salesman, his first love
was basketball and kids. He
had no children of his own,
but helped many with college
tuition, and served as a
father for hundreds of De-
troiters.
His sisters are donating
his trophies to the Jewish
Community Center for dis-
play, and his scrapbooks,
programs and memorabilia of
60 years of coaching have
been accepted by the Burton
Historical Collection of the
Detroit Public Library.
Participating in Thursday's
ceremonies will be toastmas-
ter Robert Steinberg, Dr.
Wilmer Freeman, attorney
Albert J. Silber and other
former players who were
coached by Sachs, former
Detroit News sports writer
Watson Spoelstra and other
long-time friends.
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Bond PM. Club
to Have Dinner

The Prime Minister's Club
of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion will hold •an embarka-
tion dinner Jan. 20 at the
Birmingham home of David
Holtzman, president.
Guest speaker will be
Moshe Kol, Israeli minister
of tourism. Kol was one of
the signers of Israel's Decla-
ration of Independence, and
has headed the Youth Aliya
program for 18 years.
By special authorization of
Prime Minister Yitzhak Ra-
bin, an historical scroll bear-
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blem signed by Simha Dinitz,
Israeli ambassador to the
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every member.
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through State of Israel Bonds.
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newing members of the Club
will be printed in the Israel
archives and local publica-
tions. •
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Israel Bond office, 968-0200.

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