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January 23, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, January 23, 1981

No man can be brave who who regards pleasure as the
considers pain the greatest highest good.
—Cicero
evil of life; or temperate,

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Tennis Centers Boosting Israel's Rank in the Sport

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is- with a $40,000 contribution
rael has been- put on the from South African Jewry,
world's tennis map — in- to be matched by contribu-
cluding the most promising tions from other world
appearances of its leading Jewish communities.
player, Shlomo Glickstein,
Another 17-court center
at Wimbledon in Britain as is also to open later this year
well as in the U.S., Au- in Ashkelon, with funds
stralia and elsewhere — raised in Britain.
largely thanks to estab-
Since the ITC's first 16
lishment of the Israel Ten-
nis Center (ITC) outside Tel court center and club-
Aviv and in other towns and room was opened in
Ramat Hasharon near
villages in Israel.
The first 11 of 16 new Tel Aviv five years ago,
courts at the ITC's other tennis centers have
Jerusalem sub-center are to been opened in Jaffa and
open this summer, built Kiryat Shmona in

Poles at Korczak Society
Conference Held in Israel

1.30 P.M.
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Scharf, a Polish native,
JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Ten Polish delegates to the explained that the Poles
first Israel convening of the saw a type of Israeli Jew
Janusz Korczak Society that the older ones had
adopted a new view of arael never known and that the
during their nine-day younger ones had no oppor-
tunity to meet since Poland
executive conference.
"Their negative image of severed relations with Is-
Israel is changing, and they rael in 1967. Religious Af-
are not slow in expressing fairs Minister Jerzy
this," stated Raphael Scharf Kuberski headed the dele-
of London, vice chairman of gation as the first Polish
the international society cabinet minister to visit Is-
which honors a Polish- rael since the Six-Day War
Jewish educator who volun- split.
tarily accompanied his 200
Although the Israeli
orphaned charges to the gas society was founded 30
chambers of Treblinka in years ago to disseminate
1942.
Korczak's educational-
beliefs and inforni youth
of his exemplary life,
groups were established
elsewhere only on
Korczak's 1979 cente-
nary. Chapters now meet
in Poland, Russia,
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HELD OVER 3RD WEEK!
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Some of the Polish dele-
Weekdays incl. Sat. 7:20 & 9:30
gates will remain in Israel
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ture at the Hebrew Univer-
Downtown Birmingham
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Observant Jews
Happiest Olim

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A study of all immigrants to
Israel during the last three
years • by the Central
Bureau of Statistics shows
that the majority are obser-
vant Jews.
Olim with strong reli-
gious commitment have a
greater knowledge of He-
brew than non-religious
immigrants and seem to be
happier with their jobs,
housing and social condi-
tions.

Jews Elected
to Canada Posts

VANCOUVER, British
Columbia (JTA) — Muni
Evers, 64, a pharmacist, has
been elected to his seventh
two-year term as mayor of
New Westminster, a suburb
of Vancouver.
Nathan Divinsky, a
mathematics professor at
the University of British
Columbia, was elected
Alderman of Vancouver in a
recent election.

establishment of the var-
ious centers which have till
now provided tennis lessons
and playing facilities, at a
nominal cost, to about
30,000 boys and girls aged
8-13. Some of them have al-
ready appeared in interna-
tional junior matches.

Galilee, with construc-
tion of yet another set of
courts in Haifa.
According to Ian Froman,
ITC executive director,
North American, British
and West European Jewish
communities have so far
donated $12 million for the

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