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January 24, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-24

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Gallery Exhibits Collectors' Choke

Ex-Nixon Aides Have Mideast Ties

Chagall, McCormick and
Sloan. The exhibition in-
cludes paintings, drawings,
water colors, graphics and
Eskimo sculpture. The gal-
lery hours are 9:30 a.m.-5:30
p.m. Monday-Saturday.
32—Friday, January 24, 1975 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ,

Garelick's Gallery, 280 N.
Woodward, Birmingham, will
present the exhibition "Col-
lectors' Choice" through Feb.
8.
The artists include Raphael
Soyer, Marsh, Evergood,

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THE SUSSEX HOUSE

TEL AVIV — The sports
fraternity here is disturbed
over the "jumping" of Victor
Silberman, Israel's premier
wrestler, to Canada. Silber-
man emigrated to the Holy
Land from Russia two years
ago and because of his
wrestling prowess was given
every consideration by the
Hapoel Sports Association.
Training quarters were
established for him at the
Wingate School of Physical
Education. Recently Silber-
man took the bronze medal
in the world wrestling tour-
nament conducted in Turkey
and was counted upon by the
Israelis to produce the first
Olympic medal for his
country.
Silberman became frus-
trated with the fact that
there was no opposition for
him to train with at Wingate.
Based on his showing in
Turkey it was easy for
wrestling zealots from Can-
ada to lure him away from
his new home. The sad part
of the tale is that his depar-
ture has put a crimp into
the overall thinking of the
sports bodies here who now
feel that perhaps too much
money, time and energy is
expended in keeping the local
athletes primed.
Despite all its problems,
Israel vigorously pursues a

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strong athletic program ant
is most desirous of holding
its own with other nation:
in international competition
With Silberman gone, the fel\
hopes for a possible good
showing on the part of tho
Israelis in the Montrea l
Olympiada to be held in 197€
rests with Esther ShachmaJ
rov-Roth, the female sprintet
and hurdler, and David Brer
ner, the young swimmer who
captured a gold medal in the
Asian games held recently
in Iran.
T h e Maccabee
basketball team is gt
excellent chance of r
the semi-finals of Etnu t.pea
cup play this year now that
Russia has begged off mee,
ing the Israelis. The Rus-
sians, tactfully decided tc
withdraw from cup play due
to the inferior quality su:2
posedly of all the teams con-
cerned.
In withdrawing, the Rus-
sians cast no aspersions o,
the Israelis but offered as
excuses that the army cur;
team involved was having
financial problems,
basketball coaches prefer to
concentrate on preparing its
national team for the Mont-
real Olympics and they fel,
that little could be gaine
against the weak cup coma
petition which would b
available.

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Sports Developments in Israel

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the Mideast. Rumors that Ag-
new recently purchased an
Oklahoma coal mine for oil
interests have been denied.

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from American companies,
according to news sources.
Former Treasury Secret-
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sents the First A r a b i a n
Corp., an Arab-owned private
investment banking concern
in Beirut, Lebanon. The firm
recently tried to buy the
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. and
is now negotiating for an
American bank.
William P. Rogers, former
secretary of state, is back in
law practice and represents
the Shah of Iran's Pahlevi
Foundation, one of the more
aggressive Mideastern inves-
tors in U.S. real estate.
Former Attorney General
Richard G. Kleindienst works
in Washington for Algerian
government oil interests.
Spiro Agnew has been re-
ported to be soliciting busi-
ness with oil-rich Arab coun-

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