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April 13, 1984 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-13

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Friday, April 13, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Best Wishes For a Happy,
Healthy and Joyous
Passover
To The Entire Community

from the Board of Directors,
Officers and Staff of

A five-ton elephant, unicyclists and clowns honored
Ringling Brothers circus owner Irvin Feld last week in New
York as he received the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B' rith' s Champion of Liberty Award. Shown in formal attire
are, from left, Syd Silverman, dinner chairman and
publisher of Variety magazine; Feld; Kenneth Bialkin of
ADL; and Ronald Miller of Walt Disney Productions,
dinner co-chairman.

35 countries to participate
in '85 Maccabiah Games

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The In-
ternational Maccabiah
Games Committee an-
nounced at the conclusion of
its two-day meeting at Kfar
Hamaccabiah last week
that more than 35 countries
will send teams to the quad-
rennial Jewish games
scheduled for July 15-25,
1985.
The committee said that
among the nations sending
teams for the first time to
the 12th set of Jewish
Olympic Games is Gilbral-
tar and that Zaire, which
last year restored diploma-
tic ties with Israel was a
strong possibility.
There is also the likeli-
hood that Romania will
send a squad, marking the
first time an East European
delegation will appear at
the games since World War
II. The possibility of Roma-
nian participation de-
veloped following a meeting
in Jerusalem last week be-
tween Dr. Israel Peled,
Maccabi World Union
chairman, and Romania's
Minister of Tourism and
Sports Mielos Yarvislescu.
Approximately 100 dele-

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gates, including a large
delegation of the U.S.
Committee Sports for Is-
rael, sponsors of the U.S.
team, joined with represen-
tatives from 35 nations
attending the two-day
meeting. Alan Sherman,
chairman of the U.S. Mac-
cabiah Committee, said
that the American contin-
gent will include more than
400 athletes, coaches and
advisers.

Immigrants win
Petluck awards

New York — The Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society
(HIAS) has awarded $300
Ann Petluck Awards to
three recent immigrants
from the Soviet Union.
The three are 12-year-old
mathematics whiz Alexan-
der Gorodischer of Holyoke,
Mass.; Ivetta Kvitash of San
Francisco, a music teacher
who became an EKG tech-
nician in the U.S.; and cel-
list Semyon Friedman of
Baltimore, who has com-
pleted a Master's degree in
music during his four years
in the U.S.

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