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March 05, 1976 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-05

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Dore Schary Wins JWB Weil Award

NEW YORK — Winners
of the 1976 Frank L. Weil
Awards and the Florence G.
Heller Award of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare
Board have been announced
by JWB President Daniel
Rose.
Isadore E. Millstone, a St.
Louis business executive
who was general chairman
of the 1975 Jewish Federa-
tion-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign in St. Louis and
has been a leader in the
Jewish community center
movement on the local, na-
tional and international lev-
els, is the winner of the 1976
Weil Award for his "dis-
tinguished contribution to

.itate Department
Hits Soviet Attack
on 'Jewish Lobby'

WASHINGTON-- The
State Department criticized
the Soviet Union Tuesday
for distributing a Russian
news agency story charging
the United States Senate
with being influenced by the
American Jewish lobby.
The article, published by
Novosti News Agency, was
characterized by State De-
partment spokesman Rob-
ert Funseth as "distorted,
inaccurate and in poor
taste."
At one point the article
says "the U.S. senators are
clearly acting under pres-
sure of the Zionist-Israeli
lobby."

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SCHARY

MILLSTONE

the Jewish community cen-
ter field."
Jacob Goodstein, a certi-
fied public accountant and a
communal leader in Metro-
politan New Jersey, is the
winner of the 1976 Weil
Award for his "distin-
guished contribution to the
morale and welfare of Jew-
ish military personnel and
their families." A vice presi-
dent of JWB, he has been
active in the Jewish commu-
nity center and federation
movement for many years.
Dore Schary, the former
head of production at Met-
ro-Goldwyn-Mayer
(MGM) and Academy
Award-winning) screen- -
writer and playwright,

GOODSTEIN

will receive the 1976 Weil
Award from JWB foi his
"distinguished contribu-
tion to the advancement of
American Jewish cul-
ture." Schary was chair-
man of a three-day confer-
ence on the Jewish
cultural arts which JWB
conducted in celebration of
the American Revolution
Bicentennial.
The Weil Awards are
named in honor of the late
Frank L. Weil, New York
attorney who was national
president of JWB from 1940
to 1950.
The Florence G. Heller
Award of JWB is given for
"contributions which enrich
the totality and breadth of

SMITH

professional practice and
knowledge." Mrs. Heller, for
whom the award is named,
was a Chicago philanthrop-
ist who was national presi-
dent of JWB from 1964 until
her untimely death in Janu-
ary 1966.

The winner of the 1976
Heller Award is Louis
Smith, who has been execu-
tive director of the Wilkes-
Barre, Pa., Jewish Commu-
nity Center for more than
52 years. Under Smith's ten-
ure, the Wilkes-Barre JCC
has won national recogni-
tion for its numerous crea-
tive programs which were
adopted by Centers across
the nation.

Israel Teams May Add Non-Jews

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

- The Israel Basketball
Federation has passed a
new ordinance permitting
Israeli basketball teams in
the National League to play
a non-Jewish player during
the regular league competi-
tion. This is confined to one
non-Jew to each of the
teams in the big league.
At the present time Is-
raeli teams are permitted to
use two non-Jewish resi-
dents in European Cup com-
petition. Most European
teams have been employing
one non-resident as a mem-
ber of their national team
with the option of playing a
second non-resident per-
former in Cup play. This
has proved to be a decided
advantage to most of the
countries who particpate in
European Cup competition.
For example, Real Madrid

Vatican, WCC Join
Jews' in Jerusalem
Inter-Faith Parley

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Meetings here recently be-
tween world. Jewish schol-
ars and representatives of
the World Council of
Cjiurches and a delegation
from the Vatican have be-
come the focus of attention,
not because such contacts
are new but because this is
the first time that either the
Protestant WCC or the Vat-
ican has agreed to partici-
pate in an inter-faith dia-
logue in Jerusalem.
The representatives of all
three bodies in Israel spent
an informal weekend to-
gether at Kibutz Lavi where
the Christian visitors
learned about the religious
kibutz movement.
The meetings were
mainly of an ideological na-
ture and are intended to
examine subjects common
to Judaism and Christian-
ity.

of Spain, perennial cham-
pion, always has two Amer-
ican players in addition to
several naturalized Ameri-
can citizens who now live
permanently in Spain. All
of the Italian teams, the
Swiss teams and French
teams, as well-as the Swed-
ish teams, regularly employ
non-residents.
Apparently the time has
come for Israel to do like-
wise, albeit the cost is
-going to be a heavy one,
and one questions the ad-
visability of expending
huge sums of money for
American basketball_ play-
ers when the country is in
the throes of economic de-
spondency.
Up to now only Maccabi
Tel Aviv has brought in non-
Jewish American ballplay-
ers to play with their teams
in the European Cup scram-
ble.
Basketball is a big busi-
ness to Maccabi Tel Aviv
and they have quite a bit of
money in their treasury.
None of the other Israeli
National League teams as
yet has been able to capture
the fancy of Israeli basket-
ball fans as have the Mac-
cabi T-A five.
These people work at it
constantly and have scouts
coming over every year to
tsy and pick up the two best
h-Jewish players they
can. The teams from the
various kibutzim in the Na-
tional Basketball League
will find it very difficult to

NY to Stage
Israel Parade

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
1976 Salute to Israel Parade
will take place June 13 in
New York, it was an-
nounced by Paul Maas, di-
rector of the parade.
The parade is a project of
the American Zionist Youth
Foundation and supported
by more than 100 major
Jewish organizations in the
metropolitan area.

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convince American college –
graduates to settle on their
farms, and will find it diffi-
cult to come up with the
buck to entice these players,
several of whom are of All-
American caliber.
The only organization in
the National League in the
Holy Land who should
have the wherewithal of
pay for non-resident play-
ers is the Hapoel group,
the sporting arm of the
Histadrut. Now that they
have had a little smell of
success in the Courage
Cup, in their first year of
competitioh, maybe Tel
Aviv Hapoel will begin to
look for non-residents in
the same manner in which
the Tel Aviv Maccabi club
does.
It is too early here to de-
termine whether the project
is going to be a successful
one or not, but one thing is
assured, there is never a dull
moment in basketball so far
as Israel is concerned, and
the Basketball Federation
manages to see to it that the
picture doesn't change.

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