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November 19, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-19

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14 Friday, November 19, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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necessary to indicate to
the Administration in
Washington the concerns
of Jewry
. over foreign af-

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fairs and the problems in
the Middle East. "The
eyes of world Jewry are
upon us," he said calling
for generous responses to
the urgency of the hour.

Gen. Rosolio reviewed
conditions in Israel with a
description of Israel's
military position and a
frank concession of the
'existence of economic dif-
ficulties.
Pointing out that there
has been more divisive-
ness among Arabs than
even the hatred of Israel,
as indicated especially in
the Lebanese crisis, he
warned that the entrance
of the Syrian forces in the
battle among Arabs may
end that inner struggle
and renew the common

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enmity against Israel.
"That's what unites
them," he admonished
with the caution that
Jewry be prepared for
continuing defensive
tasks to help protect Is-
rael.
The general, who was
highly commended by
Honigman in introducing
him as a military and in-
telligence genius, espe-
cially pleaded for a con-
tinuing partnership be-
tween Israel and Ameri-
can Jewry. In together-
ness, he declared, goes
the certainty of success in
defending Israel's role of
the sovereignty.
Participating in calling
for pledges in addition to
Honigman were Irving
Seligman, Philip Warren,

BY HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

The United. States
Sports Committee for Is-
rael will honor its famed
president, Nat Holman,
with a dinner on the occa-
sion of his 80th birthday
on Dec. 11, in the Grand
Ballroom of the New York
Hilton Hotel.
In addition to the
United States Committee
Sports for Israet, a
number of organizations
and institutions, will sa-
lute thegentleman who is
commonly referred to as
"Mr. Basketball" by mil-
lions of sports fans.
Milt Turpin, a former
star on one of Holman's
topflight teams, is serv-
ing as chairman, and is
looking forward to host-
ing 1,000 guests on this
memorable occasion.

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A .score of attendees
addressed the gathering,
some reporting en-
thusiastically on the
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"This Year in Jerusalem"
mission in which they
participated. Dr. Leon
Fill described the agonies
of a visit to Auschwitz
during his tour of Poland
last month.

Nat Holman, at 80, to Be Cited
by U.S.-Israel Sports Committee

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FRE E rOwELs

Phillip Stollman, who
spoke briefly on his visit
to Israel whence he re-
turned that morning, and
Paul Zuckerman, who
told of the difficulties
that are confronted by
the Jewish Agency, on
whose world governing
board he serves, in meet-
ing obligations towards
Israel's urgent needs.

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"Nat Holman is an in-
fividual who on four hours
notice flew to Israel to at-
tend the sorrowful memo-
rial for the martyrs of
Munich at Lod Airport.
"He was the only non-
member of the Israel
Olympic Committee who
was invited to address
that august body during
its days of grief."
Holman first went to
Israel in 1949 to launch
that nation's basketball
program, the first Ameri-
can coach in any sport to
be sent there by the
Committee over which he
now presides.
His particular delight is
the Wingate Institute for
Physical Education at
Natanya.
Through his efforts,
three National Basketball
Association owners, past
and present, have contri-
buted three dormitories
and an outdoor basketball
court at the school, the
only one of its kind in the
Middle East.
All the proceeds from
the Committee dinner
will be directed towards
the expense involved in
underwriting the 1977
United States Maccabiah
Games team.

Shapiro Heads
Country Club

Alvin Shapiro was
elected president of
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club at its recent annual
membership meeting.
Other officers are Lloyd
Schwartz, executive vice
president; Dr. Leon Fill,
vice president; D. Dan
Kahn, secretary; and
Louis Zuckerman, trea-
surer.
Elected to the board of
directors for four-year
terms were Milton Horn,
David Muskovitz and
Theodore Spitz.

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