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January 28, 1983 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-28

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TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWSY

NBA Stars Zaslofsky, Gottlieb
Cultivated Off-Court Talents

By HASKELL COHEN
(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

(1947-1948),
Another Hall of Fame
member, the late Eddie
Gottlieb, gained notori-
ety not only as a player
and a coach, but also as
the NBA's schedule-
maker.
Mr. Gottlieb used to make
the schedules by hand. He
knew every airplane
schedule and memorized all
the playing dates available,
in the various arenas, for
the respective home teams.
After a few years the
NBA Board of Governors
thought that this was too
much of a task for the aging
Mr. Gottlieb, so they de-
cided to consult with IBM,
the nationally renowned

Former basketball great
Max Zaslofsky, who played
for the Chicago Stags and
the New York Knicks in the
National Basketball Asso-
ciation, recently was
selected as a member of the
International Jewish Sports
Hall of Fame, located in the
Wingate School of Physical
Education in Natanya, Is-
rael.
Zaslofsky recently sold
his New York art shop and
is currently an agent for
several professional
athletes. Zaslofsky will
send Some of his
memorabilia, including a
uniform which he wore with
t. the old Chicago Stags in the
early days of the then newly
created professional bas-
ketball league, to Israel.
Zaslofsky was the second
player in the history of the
BAA, the forerunner of the
NBA, to break the 1,000
point mark in scoring dur-
ing the course of one season
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(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)


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The city ()Miami Beach the Temple's auditorium
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vacationer's playground. music lovers.
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In 1983 Mrs. Drucker
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hotels) the city has, never- certs by Salvatore Ac-
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Vladimir Ashkenazy and
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sought to change the image era.
of her city from a cultural
Visitors to the Temple
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civility. From her head- and photography including
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with unprecedented zeal to
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center for the arts. She has classes, symposia and lec-
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Last year, Mrs. Drucker - in 1983 she will be featuring
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Chamber Society to offer Schoenbrun, Paula Hyman
the Miami Beach public a and Shlomo Avineri. –

PARIS (JTA) — Former with fraudulently obtaining
Nazi Klaus Barbie was ar- $10,000 from a state-owned
rested for fraud Tuesday in mining company, Combibol,
La Paz, Bolivia. He is being in 1975.
held while the Bolivian
Supreme Court considers a
West German request for Soviet Ulpanim
`Not Illegal'
his extradition. - •
Barbie is wanted for war • TEL AVIV (JNI) —
crimes and for his participa
Chairman of the World He-
tion in the deportation of brew Union Avraham
thousands of Jews of Lyons, Schenker told reporters
France, where he served that studying Hebrew is not
during the Nazi occupation illegal in the USSR, but
as chief of the Gestapo.
that ulpan organizers are
Barbie has been charged sometimes prosecuted for
economic offenses.

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Religious Faiths
Discuss Relations
on TV Shows

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Leaders of the Jewish,
Catholic and Protestant
faiths will be featured in a
syndicated television pro-
gram in a candid discussion
of the present state of
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IBM people said that they
thought they could work the
schedule out on their com-
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When Mr. Gottlieb got to-
gether with the IBM people
they saw that it was a prob-
lem that even their com-
puters could not handle. As
a matter of fact, after fiddl-
ing around with the various
schedule ideas they had
made, they offered the bas-
ketball star a job. Mr.
Gottlieb thanked them for
the compliment but passed
up what could have been a
very lucrative position.
Basketball was his one and
only true love and remained
so until his death, three
years ago.

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