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

November 25, 1977 - Image 21

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

German Holocaust Plaque Restored

of about 2,000 people in a
nearby Nazi concentration
camp from 1941 to 1943 has
had a happy ending —for
the time being at any rate.
Following the refusal
since 1973 of the local
authorities, controlled by
the conservative opposition
Christian Democratic
Party, to restore a memo-
rial plaque it removed in
that year, five members- of
the Federal Assembly in the
Parliament in Bonn belong-
ing to the ruling Social
Democratic Party have per-
sonally put up a new memo-
rial plaque, on the 39th anni-
versary of "Kristallnacht.

BONN (JTA) — A long-
standing controversy in the
city of Paderborn (North
Rhine Westphalia) about a
plaque recalling the deaths

r

MANNY CHUDNOW'S

BETTER BUSINESS.

EQUIPMENT CO.

DESKS
FILES
CASH REGISTER
CALCULATORS

29.95
24.99
19.50
9.99

COMPLETE Showroom of ADDING
MACHINES 9.99
tudgot and Fin.
Executive Furniture

WANTED...
NEW - USED
ANY USED
RENTALS • LEASES
TYPEWRITERS
• TRADE-INS
WE BUY USED FURNITURE

OPEN SAT. 5414404

All equipment goarnotood

231 W. 9-Mile Rd., Ferndale
th Block West of Woodward

Clothier

647-8054

. 126 S. Woodward, Birmingham .

Mon., Tues., Wed., Sat. 10-6

Thurs. & Fri. 10-9

FOR THE ULTIMATE
IN FASHION-RIGHT
FORMALWEAR RENTALS
& SALES

Celebrate the occasion with a fresh ap-
ach to formalwecr. Featuring an exten-

sive selection. The newest styles and colors.

FEATURING
Westwood, Newport, Woodstock,
Windsor, Tux Tails, 21 Colored Shirts,
Flared Pants, Volare Boots

• WEDDINGS PROMS • CRUISES
• EVERY IMPORTANT SOCIAL EVENT

Israel- Loses Athletic Experts

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)

One of the tragedies of the
yerida problem in Israel is
the fact that many capable
sports administrators and
teachers have left and are
leaving Israel at a fast
pace.
Two of the brightest
young graduates of the
Wingate School of Physical
Education in Natanya now
reside in the U.S. and are
producing excellent results
in the field of bio-mechanics
in sports.
Dr. Gideon Ariel has been
teaching at Amherst College
and Dr. Mell Less has been
a very successful soccer
coach at Adelphi University
in Long Island. Ariel is the
head of Computerized Bio-
Mechanical Analysis, Inc.,
an organization devoted to
improving athletic skills via
film and computer services.
Originally, after gradu-
ating from Wingate, Ariel
came to the U.S. with the
help of the United States
Committee Sports for Israel
to gain a doctorate, while
his classmate Less contin-
ued his physical education
program at Penn State Uni-
versity. Both became
involved in the latest devel-
opments in biological
movement.
Ironically, both men have
offered their services to
Israel through the Ministry
of Education and Culture.
Less advises us that since
he has been working with
physically disabled people,
his particular type of oper-
ation is ideal for Israeli sol-
dier s who are
dismembered. -
Less volunteered to return
to Israel and remains per-
manently to head up this
program, but the bureauc-
racy never gave him a defi-
nite answer to his proposal.
Less offered to go to
Israel to work with handi-

JWB Gets New
Jerusalem Hothe

50-6010 (50-6028)

LC digital, slim dress type.
Clear constant display,
Month/Date/Hour/Minutes/
Seconds. Touch button
night light. Stainless steel
case. $150.00.
(Yellow case. $175.00.)

IS

66-7315 (66-7323)

17 jewels, elegant bracelet
model. White case. $110.00.
(Yellow case. $110.00.)

FOR HANUKAH!

THE FINEST SELECTION
OF GIFTS.

SEE MORRIS or JOEL WATNICK

hiljailL

FINE JEWELRY

2$3 Hamilton

GIFTS

Thurs. to 9 p.m.

Birmingham (Near Crowley's)

1144-7626

NEW YORK—The Jewish
Welfare Board, long a pres-
ence in Israel, now has a
permanent home in
Jerusalem.
Known as the Solomon
and Mary Litt-JWB Israel
Headquarters, the two-story
house was acquired by JWB
last May during the first
World Conference of Jewish
Community Centers, held in
the Israeli capital.
The new facility is more
spacious than the previous
one and, in addition, is more
centrally located, placed at
the intersection of Hess and
Eliot Streets.

Day Schools Up

NEW YORK—There are
now 509 Hebrew day schools
in 37 states and five Cana-
dian provinces. When the
Torah Umesorah Hebrew
day school movement began
in 1945 there were only 30
schools in three states with
7,000 pupils and today, there
are 93,000 pupils.

capped soldiers, but now
disabled Israeli veterans
come to the U.S. at govern-
ment expense to get read-
justed under his special
program.
Ariel is so far advanced in
bio-mechanics that it would
be very impractical for him
to - return home. The United
States Olympic Committee
has him working via his
computers and speed pho-
tography on discovering
potential new talent, and
discerning which athletes
can be developed into cham-
pions and which athletes are
not of championship mold.

Friday, November 25, 1977 21

Hauser to Address JDC 63rd Parley

NEW YORK—Rita E.
Hauser, former United
States representative to the
United Nations Commission
on Human Rights, attorney
and civic leader, will be the
principal speaker at the
63rd annual meeting of the
Joint Distribution Com-
mittee Dec. 7 at the New
York Hilton Hotel, it was
announced this week by
Ralph I. Goldman, JDC
executive vice president.
Dr. Hauser will address
the closing banquet session,
which will honor Jack D.
Weiler upon his retirement
as president of the major

American philanthropic
agency. He will be suc-
ceeded by Donald M.
Robinson.

GIVE YOURSELF A CHEAP THRILL.
BCIY A NEW CAR FROM US.

Call us for our low-profit price
on the car you want to buy.

DETROIT ACITO BROKERS, INC.

26400 W. 12 Mile Rd. at Northwestern Hwy. Southfietd, Mi. 48034
Telephone (313) 358-2100

CLIP THIS AD! IT'S WORTH MONEY!

111111•111

the most sensational sale
in our history!

I
I
I
I
I

FOR ONE WEEK 0

EVERY HA T
10% OFF!

NOW! GET THE EXACT HAT style, color and
brand you want—at very impressive savings.
Plus, the "fit" will be absolutely perfect. Take
the money you save and treat yourself to your-
self to a second hat!

YOU'LL FIND EVERY SHAPE, COLOR & STYLE BY:

\

Oleg Cassini • Marlow • Dobbs • Stetson • Churchill •
Cavanagh • Bourse Ceffini • Makins • Knox • Barlesoni

Wortititmd
Ii-

NOW! A COMPLETE HAT STORE AT
NORTHLAND CENTER!

Bet. Flagg Bros. Shoes & Rose Jewelers • Free Layaway

11111•111•111 111•11 IIIIIIIIMM11101111=11111I11111111111 1111111=111111=11•11111MMIIMMINIMIENNIIIIIIINI

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan