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April 09, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 April 9, 1976

SOMERSET
DINNER THEATRE

Neil Simon's

"LAST OF THE
RED HOT LOVERS"

The Deterioration of Olympic Ethic
Revolved Around Jewish Athletes

NEW YORK — When did was publicly snubbed by
the deterioration of the Adolph Hitler, who refused
Olympic Ethic begin? The to shake his hand. Blacks
every Friday and Saturday
first blow to sportsmanship and Jews, as "non-pure
evening—Dinner from 7:30
jolted millions of sports en- races," had no right to lau-
p.m.—Show 8:45
thusiasts at the 1936 Berlin rels in Nazi Germany.
Reservations-643-8865
In 1952, Israel partici-
Olympics. American black
Somerset Mall
runner Jesse Owens won pated in the Olympics for
Big Beaver Road at Coolidge, Troy
both the 100-meters and the first time; the same year
200-meters dash events and it was accepted as a member
of the Asian Games. Federa-
tion, entering its premiere
competition in Manila in
1954.
In 1958, Israel partici-
pated in the Asian Games in
Tokyo, and in 1962 was to
compete at Djakarta. The
Indonesian authorities were
DOWNTOWN
eager to create the impres-
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sion that, although their
country was over 90 percent
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OUR SINCERE WISHES
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tude was genuine, they re-
AND
HAPPY & HEALTHY
DOMESTIC
fused the Israelis entry vi-
sas at the last minute.
PASSOVER
BEERS & WINES
Israeli teams competed
successfully
and without
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incident in the Asian
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Games in Bangkok in 1966
and 1970, and in the Olym-
pics in Melbourne, 1956;
Rome, 1960; Tokyo, 1964;
and Mexico City, 1968.
"Where Old Friends Meet"
The Olympic tunic was
THE OAK PARK
stained, however with blood
during the 1972 Munich
Games. The historic peace
and neutrality of the Olym-
REST it It VNIT
pic Village was fatally dis-
rupted when a group of ter-
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A VERY
and coaches.
In Munich, the warning of
the 1936 Berlin Games and
the Jesse Owens incident

Starring Pierre Turgeon

Directed by
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HAPPY & HEALTHFUL
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HUC-JIR Plans
Summer Studies

NEW YORK — Special
courses in Jewish history,
Jewish identity through
prayer and worship, and
Bible will be conducted June
28 - July 23 at the School of
Education of Hebrew Union
College- Jewish Institute of
Religion in New York.
The three two-unit
courses are being offered for
credit to religious school
principals and teachers, col-
lege students and to the gen-
eral public on a non-credit
basis.

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came to its logical conclu-
sion: Racism and politics
violated the very purpose
and meaning of Olympic
traditions, destroyed the
spirit of peace, brotherhood
and sportsmanship inherent
in the Olympic Oath.
At the World University
Games in Moscow in 1973,
the Soviet Government
barred South Korean and
Israeli newsmen from cover-
ing the Games. Armed, uni-
formed Red Army soldiers
destroyed Israeli flags in
the spectator stands.
In the 1974 Asian Games
in Teheran, Chinese and
North Korean fencers
failed to appear for sched-
uled competitions with Is-
raelis, and a Kuwaiti ten-
nis player didn't show up
for his match against an
Israeli. The basketball
team of Pakistan aban-
doned the court minutes
before their game with
their Israeli competitors
was to begin. (Pakistan is
scheduled to host the
Asian Games in 1978.)
Chinese silver and bronze
winners refused to shake
hands with Israeli gold med-
alists Orit Abramovitz and
Esther Shachamurov-Roth.
Last year, India refused to
grant visas to the Israeli and
South African teams, thus
preventing their participa-
tion in the World Table Ten-
nis Championship in Cal-
cutta.

French Jews
Arrive in Israel
on Study Mission

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Each week some 60 Jews
from France arrive in Israel
to take part in Keren Haye-
sod study missions. Alto-
gether the program, named
"Pilgrimage" and run by the
United Jewish Appeal of
France will bring over 1,100
French Jews until the end of
April.
Shimshon Kreutner, KH
director-general, pointed
out that mission members
on the "Pilgrimage" pro-
gram are by no means all
from higher-income brack-
ets. Many are people of
modest means.
The program is in line
with the Jewish Solidarity
Conference resolution of
last December urging pilgri-
mages to Israel in 1976.

Censor Closes
Arab Newspaper

JERUSALEM — The Ar-
abic newspaper "A-Sha'ab"
has been ordered to shut
down for 14 days, for having
published an item the mili-
tary censor had barred as
being dangerous to public
order.
A month ago A-Sha'ab
was shut down for eight
days after it had violated
the censor's instructions
and published a banned se-
curity item.
The paper continued to ig-
nore the censor's orders
after it reappeared, despite
repeated warnings to its edi-
tor.

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