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April 24, 1981 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 Friday, April 24, 1981

New Jewish Agenda Hosts
Holocaust Memorial Sunday

In Memory of Six Mil- be held 3 p.m. Sunday at
lion" is the theme of a musi- Temple Emanu-El. The
cal and cultural program to program will feature Au-
schwitz survivor and noted
pianist Henia Goodman.
The program is sponsored
by New Jewish Agenda of
Detroit.
Test Preparation
Included in the program
will be Mrs. Goodman's
How do you prepare
daughter, poet and musi-
for these important
cian Dovida Ishatova.
tests?
Wayne State University
Get the facts —
Prof. Ronald Aronson will
no cost or obligation
give the opening remarks.
Accompanying the two '
visiting artists will be
local violinist Harold
Smith. The musical pro-
gram will include selec-
32466 Olde Franklin Drive
tions by Ernst Bloch.
Farmington Hills, Mf 48018
There is an admission
(313) 851-2969 (call collect)
Calf or write for more information:
charge.

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Educational
Centers

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
Beth Hayeled (nursery
school and kindergarten)
will present a program on
child rearing 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the
synagogue's youth lounge.
A panel will present var-
ious theories of child man-
agement, including be-
havior modification,
Dreikurs, Ginott, child de-
velopment and more.
Panelists include: Dr.
Steven Spector, assistant
professor of pediatrics,
Wayne State University,
and pediatric psychologist
at Children's Hospital; De-
nnis Skowrowski, school so-
cial worker, Farmington
Public Schools; and Dr.
Stephen Hillman, associate
professor and program
coordinator for education

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An anticipated record set-
ting philanthropic year is
expected to be recorded at
the May 6 cocktail reception
and meeting that will con-
clude the 1981 Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund. The
meeting will be held at 8
p.m. at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Television journalist
Martin Agronsky will be
the guest speaker. The pub-
lic is invited. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call the Jewish Welfare
Federation, 965-3939.
At the closing meeting,
totals for this year's fund-
raising effort will be an-
nounced by Campaign lead-
ership in what may again
prove to be metropolitan
Detroit's most successful
Campaign to date.
However, Campaign
General Chairmen Mar-
vin H. Goldman and
David S. Mondry note

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Agronsky is the host and
moderator of "Agronsky
and Company" on NBC,
which is presented Sundays
at noon on Channel 4. Dur-
ing his 30-year career as a
journalist, he has covered
nine successive national
political conventions and
wartime action worldwide
in such places as Spain,
Singapore and Libya.
Awards received by Ag-
ronsky include a National
Headliner for his analysis
on ABC-TV, and the Alfred
I. duPont Award for his
coverage of the Eichmann
trial for NBC News.

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and clinical psychology at
WSU.
The public is invited,
and refreshments will be
served. Louise Spector is
chairman of the evening.
The Beth Hayeled will be
open, and staff will be
available to answer ques-
tions. For details, call the
Beth -Hayeled, 357-5544.

Dutch-Arafat
Meeting It a
Surprise: Begin

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Pre-
mier Menahem Begin ex-
pressed surprise that
Foreign Minister Christoph
Van der Klaauw of The
Netherlands plans to meet
Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir
Arafat during his current
Middle East visit as chair-
man of the European Eco-
nomic Community (EEC)
Council of Ministers.
Begin told a group of vis-
iting Dutch members of
Parliament that the meet-
ing with Arafat would be
tantamount to recognition
of the PLO.
A Foreign Ministry
spokesman in The Hague
stressed that his contacts
with Arafat did not imply
Dutch recognition of the
PLO but were strictly in
Van der Klaauw's capacity
as chairman of the EEC
which has undertaken its
own initiative to resolve the
Arab-Israeli conflict.


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that a number of persons
in the community have
yet to make their pledge.
They ask that pledges be
made immediately, by
contacting the Federa-
tion office, so that the
1981 goal may be
achieved in time for the
closing meeting.

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AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
A figure of Anne Frank -has
been added to the Madame
Tussaud wax museum here.

Anne is shown at the age
of 14 sitting at a desk and
writing her diary in a room
which is a faithful reproduc-
tion of the attic in the house
where Anne Frank and her
family hid during the Nazi
occupation of Holland.

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In the top photograph, at the Podiatrists-
Optometrists and Opticians sections brunch are, from
left, Dr. Paul Feinberg, speaker Moses Schonfeld, Dr.
Sheldon Goldstein and Dr. Harris Mainster. In the
bottom photograph, listening to Dr. Conrad Giles at a
Synagogues and School Section meeting, are from
left, in back, Rabbis Robert Abramson and A. Irving
Schnipper and, in front, Rabbis Ernst J. Conrad and
James I. Gordon and Mildreth Rubinoff.

U.S. Team Holds Trials
for '81 Maccabia Games

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

April was a busy month
for Jewish athletes, as they
took part in the trials, in
various sports, in prepara-
tion for the 1981 Maccabia
Games. The Games take
place once every four years.
Some 3,500 male and
female athletes will con-
vene July 6-16 in Israel for
the 1981 games.
The United States held
four trials for male basket-
ball players and one for
women this past month.
In addition to basketball,
the soccer contingent, num-
bering approximately 200
members, held tryouts in
several different locations
including New York, Bal-
timore, and Los Angeles.
All in all the members of the
United States Committee
Sports for Israel, which
sponsors these quadrennial
games, are very busy select-
ing the performers for the
"Jewish Olympics."
It seems that the biggest
interest, at this point, lies in
the male basketball trials,
namely because the United
States, a decided underdog
in 1977, edged out the fa-
vored Israeli team in the
last moment of play by one
point.
The Israelis are geared
for revenge, but the team
representing the Holy
Land will be a young one
and not necessarily the
club which would nor-
mally represent Israel in
the Olympic Games. The
accent is on youth and
the coaches might sac-
rifice experience to give
these youngsters an
opportunity to get the
necessary experience to
compete with the non-
Jews in the international
competition slated in the
next few years in Israel.
Basketball is challenging
soccer for the role of most
popular sport in the Middle
East. When the Maccabi Tel
Aviv team defeated
Sinudyne Bologna of Italy

only a few short weeks ago
in the European Cham-
pionship Game which was
held in Strasbourg, the
whole country went ber-
serk.
Winning in basketball
has become such a fetish
that Israeli scouts, during
the spring months and early
summer, scurry over to the
United States in droves and
several recruiting scandals
have already been reported.
In one case, a basketball
star went to Israel and
palmed himself off as a Jew
and even served in the Is-
raeli army. He married an
Israeli woman and is living
there now and is the star of
one of the top teams in the
country.
This practice must be
halted before it becomes an
obscenity and gets Israel
into trouble with the Feder-
ation of International Bas-
ketball Associations.

Brandeis to Sell
U.S. Steel Stock

WALTHAM, Mass. —
Brandeis University plans
to sell some $350,000 worth
of common stock in the
United States Steel Corp.
because of the company's
involvement in South Af-
rica.
According to Marver H.
Bernstein, Brandeis
president, the company re-
fuses to subscribe to a se,t-
principles governing
practices in the apartli:',,,a'
country and that the corn-
pany has not sold its South
African operations as it had
previously promised to do.

Afghan Matzot

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The 17 remaining Jewish
families in Afghanistan
comprising 66 individuals
in the cities of Kabul and
Herat were air freighted a
shipment of 288 pounds of
matzot for the Passover sea-
son by the American Jewish
Joint. Distribution Commit-
tee.

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