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March 26, 1982 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 26, 1982 33

Defending Champs from Tel Aviv Future Target
Favored in European Competition

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

NEW YORK — The Tel
Aviv Maccabi basketball
team is the favorite in the
European Cup Champion-
ship which will be held at
the end of the month in Col-
- ogne, West Germany. • Mac-
cabi is the defending Euro-
pean champion.
Maccabi, already loaded
1
talent, may acquire an
guard, Jack Zim-
merman, who played his
college ball at the Univer-
sity of Dayton.
The Tel Aviv team has
-three other Americans: Lou
Silver, of Harvard Univer-
sity, who is working to-
wards a law degree at Tel
Aviv University; Aulcie
Perry, a convert to Judaism,
who played in the American
Basketball Association be-
fore recovering his amateur
status; and Earl Williams,
formerly of the Detroit Pis-
tons and Boston Celtics.
An additional starter,
Mickey Hershkowitz,
spent one year in the Un-
ited States at the Univer-
sity of Nevada at Las
Vegas. He left the univer-
sity following his
freshman year.
Meanwhile, the competi-
tion for players among Is-

raeli teams is becoming to keep that team at the top
more acute each year and . of the heap domestically.
the number of representa-
There is little or no
tives from the Holy Land amateur basketball in the
visiting the U.S. in- United States at this time.
creases yearly. Last slim- At one time, you could find
mer a half-dozen scouts some excellent amateur
from various Israeli clubs quintets representing diffe-
worked the various training rent commercial outfits par-
camps in order to see if they ticipating in the Amateur
could come up with players Athletic Union circuit.
who would do them some Today there no longer is an
good in national and inter- Amateur Athletic Union
national competition.
circuit because players who
The standard rule for have any ability go right to
competition in European the NBA.
countries, (including Israel)
is that one non-citizen can
be signed by each team. In
addition a second non-
citizen (in Israel, a non-Jew)
can be secured for competi-
tion on an international
level but not in the local, na-
tional league. Con-
sequently, it is possible that
teams in the various divi-
sions of the Israeli basket-
ball set-up can acquire, col-
lectively, as many as a
dozen players of foreign
birth or of another religion.
It is no secret that the
teams playing basketball
outside of the U.S., sup-
posedly amateur, pay
players from abroad.
It is alleged that the Mac-
cabi Tel Aviv payroll runs
well into six figures in order

By BEN GALLOB

Yaakov Kornreich, in an
article in the March issue of
the "Young Israel View-
point," asserts that "while
some extra expense on Pas-
sover is unavoidable, the in-
formed kosher consumer
can easily avoid price goug-
ing on many items if given
the facts."
Kornreich noted that
grocers and food suppliers
know that Jewish shoppers
will pay more for Passover
products "and invariably
charge higher prices for
them." Accordingly, he ad-
ded, "The very same item, or
its equivalent, is likely to be
available at a lower price if
it can be bought off the gen-
eral merchandise shelves of
the supermarket instead of
from the special Passover
section."
He recommended that ob-
servant shoppers buy can-
ned or bottled Passover pro-
ducts which have a long
shelf life "immediately after
Passover for next Pas-
sover," adding that left-over
Passover merchandise is
often sold at clearance, after
the holiday, "at a fraction of
its pre-Passover price."

BB Chai Award
to Leo Cherne

WASHINGTON — Leo
Cherne, chairman of the In-
ternational Rescue Com-
mittee and vice chairman of
President Reagan's Foreign
Intelligence Board will re-
ceive Bnai Brith's Chai
Award for "outstanding
contributions in community
service, citizenship and
humanitarianism" Mon-
day.

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Tips for Passover Shoppers

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
newspaper Yediot Ahronot
quoted a senior Israel Air
Force officer who said that
AWACS radar planes in the
hands of Saudi Arabia
would pose a tremendous
threat to Israel in the event
of war.
The officer said, however,
that the Saudis will need
several years to fully im-
plement the. AWACS. 'He
said Israel will have to de-
vise a plan to destroy or Cap-
ture the AWACS in the
event of a new war, which
he said would be a very
costly undertaking.

Here's a $1 refund on
our Kosher for Passover Butter.

Kornreich declared it
was also important not to
overbuy for the Passover
Seder. Shmurah matza,
which many Orthodox
families use "for the
mitzva of eating mat-
zoh," is used three times
during each Seder and its
use is not required by
Jewish Law for the rest of
the Seder or for the rest of
Passover, he said.
He declared that such
purchases, such as frozen
pure fruit juices, must be
purchased, at the latest, two
days before Passover. After
the laws of Passover go into
effect the day before Pas-
sover, all process foods
purchaSed for Passover
must be produced under
Passover rabbinical super-
vision.

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Photo Exhibit

NEW YORK (JTA) —
"German - Speaking Jewry:
Synagogues and Public
Buildings," an exhibit of
paintings, prints and photos
from the collection of the
Leo Baeck Institute has
opened at the institute in
Manhattan in conjunction
with the New York meeting
of the College Art Associa-
tion.

Similar Tactics

- JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon recently coun-
tered Egyptian criticism of
Israel's closing of Bir Zeit
University because of out-
breaks of violence.
He reminded the Egyp-
tians that they have used
the same tactics at Egyp-
tian universities to counter
anti-government unrest.

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