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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-26

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Friday, April 26,,,1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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53—ENTERTAINMENT

FREDDY SHEYER, Violin,
piano. Weddings, anniver-
saries. Jewish, Classical, Popu-
lar. 661-2357.

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The Family
of the Late

NEWS

ANNE
APPLEBAUM

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory at 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day, April 28, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Jew Is First Woman To Be Elected
To National Basketball Hall Of Fame

Springfield, Mass. (JTA) —
Senda (Berenson) Abbott, a
pioneer in the development of
women's basketball, will be
enshrined in the Basketball Hall
of Fame July 1.
Lee Williams, executive direc-

U.S. To Aid
Israeli Navy

Tel Aviv (JTA) — U.S. Secre-
tary of the Navy John Lehman
announced last week that Israel
will build three diesel-powered
submarines for its navy, with fi-
nancial and technological assis-
tance from the U.S.
He said that in addition to these
arrangements, an agreement has
been initialed for the joint design
by Israel and the U.S. of a new
naval missile and that the U.S.
Navy will purchase another
squadron of the Israel-
manufactured Kfir jet fighter
planes.
Lehman was in Israel on a
five-day visit as guest of the Israel
Navy. His announcement means
a new lease on life for the finan-
cially troubled Haifa Bay ship-
yards which had faced complete
shutdown or at least large scale
dismissals for lack of orders.
Lehman said today, "I am very
pleased to announce that the
(U.S.) Navy has been so pleased
with the performance and effec-
tiveness of the Kfir jet that I have
requested, and we have agreed in
principle, to proceed with another
squadron of Kfirs for our naval
training." The Israel-designed
Kfirs have been used by the U.S.
Navy to simulate Soviet aircraft
in training exercises.

for of the Hall, said there are 143
men and four teams inducted into
the museum. She will be the first
woman.
Abbott was known as "The
Mother of Women's Basketball."
While serving as director of phys-
ical education at Smith College in
Northampton, Mass., she intro-
duced the sport to the female stu-
dents. The first women's game
was played March 22, 1893 at
Smith.
A native of Vilna, Lithuania,
Abbott, working in conjunction
with Dr. James Naismith, foun-
der of the game, wrote the official
rules for women's basketball in

The Family

of the Late

FRANCES A.
PERLIN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory at 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day, May 5, at Hebrew
Memorial Park, Lakeside
Section. Rabbi Spectre
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Pair Held In Killing Of Cab Driver

Jerusalem (JTA) — Jerusalem
area police are holding two sus-
pects and seeking a third in con-
nection with the murder of David
Caspi, a Jewish taxi driver from
Neve Yaacov, who was shot
through the head Friday.
The 33-year-old Caspi, a resi-
dent of Neve Yaacov, operated the
cab in partnership with his
brother. The blood spattered ve-
hicle was found with its head-

lights on by an Arab resident who
called police. Caspi's body was
found nearby.
Caspi's brother insists he was
slain by terrorists. He was not
robbed.
The two suspects were arrested
on the basis of, information pro-
vided by a 17-year-old Arab youth
who was admitted to an East
Jerusalem hospital with gunshot
wounds.

OBITUARIES

Hebraist Mildred Goldman

People," which was co-sponsored
' by the Detroit Free Press she as-
sisted Meyer Weisgal and Henry
Montor in the organizational and
preparatory tasks for a drama
that gained national attention.
Mrs. Goldman is survived by
two daughters, Anna Goldman of
Washington and Mrs. Robert (To-
bie) Levine of Brookline, Mass.;
two sisters, Mrs. .Philip (Anna)
Slomovitz of Southfield and Mrs.
Yosef (Geula Ethel) Schub of
Chicago; and four grandchildren.

University Closed
After Search

Jerusalem (JTA) — Military
authorities closed down the Uni-
versity of Bethelem Friday, after
they found material described as
"anti-Israeli incitement" at the
school. The university will re-
main closed until further notice.
Security forces searched the
campus following intelligence in-
formation that the students in-
tended to hold a nationalist ex-
hibit.
The material uncovered in-
cluded books, pamphlets, tape
cassettes and Palestinian flags.
Part of the material included
explicit calls for an armed strug-
gle against Israel. The material
was found in the storage rooms of
the various student groups.
University President Thomas
Scanlen told newsmen Friday
that one could hardly regard the
material seized as incitement
against Israel. Even the military
agree that there was nothing very
objectionable in a way of advocat-
ing violence or anti-Semitism in
the materials that they found, he
said. However, he said, there was
material that could be classified
as political, but it should be seen
in the framework of the difficult
political situation in the area.

1892. She chaired the U.S.
Women's Basketball Committee
and was editor of Basketball
Guide for Women.
From 1911 to 1921 she chaired
the physical education depart-
ment at the Burnham School in
Northhampton, Mass. She died at
the age of 86 in 1954.
Male Jewish inductees in the
Hall include: coaches Arnold Au-
erbach and Harry Litwack;
players Barney Sedran, Nat Hol-
man, Max Friedman and Adolph
Schayes; contributors Abe
Saperstein, Edward Gottlieb and
Maurice Podoloff; and referee
David Tobey.

Mildred Goldman
Boston, Mass. — Mildred
Goldman, widely acclaimed as a
book reviewer, with a Hebraic
background, died April 19 at age
70.
More than 500 of her admirers
were at the funeral service in the
main sanctuary Monday of Cong.
Chizuk Amuno in Baltimore
where her husband, the late Dr.
Israel M. Goldman, occupied the
pulpit for 40 years.
Besides her skill as book re-
viewer, Mrs. Goldman was a rec-
ognized Hebraist. She assisted the
late Ches Aleph Friedland in the
preparation of his bilingual
Hebrew-English book for chil-
dren.
Prior to her marriage to Rabbi
Goldman she was the Hebrew sec-
retary of Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
president of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America, and Dr.
Azriel Eisenberg, who headed the
Jewish Education Association.
During the presentation in De-
troit at the Olympia of the famous
spectacle, "The Romance of a

IN MEMORIAM

N

In Beautiful Memory of
Our Beloved Husband and
Loving Father

WILLIAM
KAUFMAN

Who left us April 25,
1984. You are forever in
our hearts and thoughts.
We love and miss you very
much. Love Alice, Patty
and Terry.

In Loving
Memory Of

ABRAHAM
SINAI

April 29, 1982

Sadly missed and always
remembered by his wife,
Lena; daughters, Doreen
and Irene; and
grandchildren.

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