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June 18, 1976 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Community Memorial Events
Urged for Israeli Athletes

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Israel recently issued three postage stamps in honor
of the Summer Olympic Games in Montreal. The stamps
depict high-jump, swimming and gymnastics motifs.

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NEW YORK — In connec-
ion with the Summer
--Olympics to be held in Mon-
treal beginning July 17,
Jewish community centers
throughout the U.S. and
Canada have been urged by
the Jewish Welfare Board to
conduct or participate in
memorial events in honor of
the 11 Israeli athletes mas-
sacred in Munich, Germany,
during the 1972 Olympic
Games.

In a memorandum to
health and physical educa-

National BBYO
Names Official

WASHINGTON — Prof.
Sidney Clearfield of Rich-
mond, Va., assistant dean of
the School of Social Work at
Virginia Commonwealth
University, has been ap-
pointed assistant national
director for field services of
the Bnai Brith Youth Or-
ganization.

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June 18, 1976 15

300,000 See NY Salute to Israel Parade

NEW YORK (JTA) —
About 300,000 persons were
estimated to have viewed
the annual Salute to Israel
parade on Fifth Ave. Sun-
day, which featured 75,000
marchers, 50 floats and 25
bands from throughout the
United States and Canada.
The parade was sponsored
by the American Zionist
Youth Foundation.
Simc4 Dinitz, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States, Chaim Herzog, Is-
rael's Ambassador to the
United Nations; and Uri
Ben-Ari, Israel's Consul
General in New York were
honorary guests on the re-
viewing stand, along with

New Jersey Gov. Brendan
Byrne, New York Lt. Gov.
Mary Ann Krupsak, Sen.
James Buckley (R-C, NY),
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-NY),
Sen. Clifford P. Case (R-
NJ), members of the House
of Representatives and
State and local officials.
California Gov. Edmund J.
Brown, Jr., was present and
a message was read from
former Gov. Jimmy Carter
of Georgia.
A brief disturbance oc-
curred when some 50 mem-
bers of the Jewish Defense
League sat down in front of
the reviewing stand in what

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General Zionists
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tion directors of JWB's affi-
NEW YORK (ZINS) —
liated Jewish community
centers and YM & YWHAs, The World Union of General
Dr. Hillel Ruskin, on leave Zionists will have a greater
from Hebrew University as /lumber of seats at the
JWB's special consultant on forthcoming World Zionist
health and physical educa- Congress, compared to the
tion and camping, and previous one, according to a
Oliver B. Winkler, national statement made by Knesset
consultant on health and member Simcha Ehrlich,
physical education, wrote, who is the executive chair-
man of the Israeli Liberal
in part:
Party.
"Israel's request to the In-
The next Congress will be
ternational Olympic Com-
mittee and the organizing held in Jerusalem in ianu-
committee of the Olympic ary, 1977.
Games in Montreal to hold
memorial services or events -Iraq to Develop
during the games was re-
Two Oil Fields
jected. The international
TUNIS (ZINS) — Iraq has
community tries to forget awarded a $100 million con-
the tragedy, and avoids any tract to an unnamed foreign
reference to it.
company to develop two
"We would like to encour- northern oilfields near Ker-
age you to do whatever you kuk within two years, the
can to share in the efforts Middle East Economic Sur-
made to organize memorial
vey reported. The contract is
events, and to use this op- designed to increase produc-
portunity to express the so- tion of the Jambur and Bai
lidarity of our communities
Hassan oil fields from the
with Israel in this sad mo- present capacity of 70,000 to
ment."
300,000 barrels a day.

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they said was support for
the Gush Emunim squat-
ters in Kadum in Samaria.
During a brief scuffle with
police, 12 of the JDL demon-
strators were reportedly
arrested.

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