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July 27, 1984 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-27

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10 Friday, July 27, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Court's first magistrate (part-time position) in
1981.

'Birmingham, Bloomfield and West Bloomfield Townships. Bloomfield
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48th District Court

33 years practicing attorney in
Oakland County.
*Former Oakland assistant
prosecutor.
*Former Michigan legislator.
Former Republican nominee for
LS Michigan lieutenant governor.
Former prisoner of war in
Germany, WW II, U.S. Infantry.

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Olympic volleyball coach
has Maccabiah background

BY HASKELL COHEN

Followers of the U.S.
Maccabiah teams, over the
past 15-20 years will find
that the name Douglas Beal
is a familiar one. Beal was a
star performer with the
1969 and 1973 U.S. Mac-
cabiah volleyball teams and
now is asserting himself as
a top-flight coach.
After completing his
playing career, Beal was
named the head coach of the
USA men's national vol-
leyball program.
Prior to having assumed
the leadership of the U.S.
volleyball program, Beal
served as the men's junior
national team coach for the
first Junior North Ameri-
can Zone Championships
which were held in Mexico
during the summer of 1976.
As the coach of the Dayton,
Ohio-based U.S.A. Men's
Volleyball program from
1976-1980, Beal coached
the U.S. team to its first vic-
tories over such powerhouse
teams as Japan and Poland.
He was rehired as the head
coach of the Men's National
Team in 1980 and will di-
rect the American team
through the 1984 summer
games in Los Angeles.
Beal latched on as the
head volleyball coach at

Bowling Green State Uni-
versity in 1971 and re-
turned to his Alma Mater in
Columbus, Ohio to coach
Ohio State, from 1972-1974.
During that period, he was
instrumental in establish-
ing a strong Ohio State
men's volleyball tradition
and twice was selected as
"Midwest Coach of the
Year."
From 1970 to 1976, Beal
served as a member of the
U.S.A. Men's National Vol-
leyball Team and had the
distinction of having played
in more international
matches than any plaYer in
U.S. volleyball history.
Among his world class cre-
dentials are participation in
two world championships,
two sets of Pan-American
Games, four North Ameri-
can Zone Championships
and, in addition to his selec-
tion to the Maccabiah
teams, he was picked three
times for the U.S. Olympic
squad. His playing career
was highlighted by five
All-American selections
and an MVP award during
the 1975 U.S. Volleyball
Association National
Championships.

Copyright 1984,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Dems give second spot
to strong Israel supporter

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Fewer Yordim
reported

Geraldine Ferraro: Support
for Israel in Congress

U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv
to Jerusalem, according to
Congressional observers.
"It seems to me that if
that's the' capital, it's the
capital," she said in an ad-
dress to a meeting of the
Pioneer Women/Naamat in
May when she was made a
inember of the organizaion.
Ferraro is' also in the
forefront of the movement
to create a free trade area
between Israel and the
United States.

Jerusalem (ZINS) — The
number of Israelis choosing
to leave the country perma-
nently has declined by
nearly 500 percent since
1980, according to the Cen-
tral Bureau of Statistics.
Some 32,000 people emi-
grated from Israel in 1980,
while only 6,500 yordim N.H. services
were reported by the statis-
Rindge, N.H. (JTA)
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Washington (JTA) —
Rep. Geraldine Feqaro
(D-N.Y.), nominated' as
Walter Mondale's Vice
Presidential running mate
at the Democratic national
convention in San Francisco
last week, is one of Israel's
most avid supporters in
Congress.
Ferraro, who represents a
district in Queens, has
voted 100 percent in favor of
Israel during her six years
in Congress. She is among
the first to sign any bill sup-
porting Israel, including the
current efforts to move the

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