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June 25, 1976 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 June 25, 1976

Israel Commemorates Murdered Athletes; Team Leaves for Olympics

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — A
memorial ceremony was
held last Tuesday for the 11
Israeli Olympic athletes
murdered by Arab terror-
ists in Munich in 1972. The
throng, gathering in a park
named Gan Hayod Alef in

honor of the 11 victims, in-
cluded Israel's 1976 team
which left for England last
Wednesday enroute to Can-
ada to participate in the
Olympics in Montreal.
The families and friends
of the dead sportsmen were

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JWB Executive
Plans to. Retire;
Successor Picked

NEW YORK — The re-
tirement of Herbert Mill-
man as executive vice presi-
dent of the National Jewish
Welfare Board and the ap-
pointment of Arthur Rot-
man, executive director of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Pittsburgh, Pa., to
succeed him, have been an-
nounced.
Rotman has been execu-
tive director of the Jewish
Community Center of Pitts-
burgh since August 1968.
While at the Pittsburgh
Center he initiated Family
Trips to Israel, Teen Trips
to Israel, holiday workshops
for parents, and the use of
Israeli staff at the Center's
day camps.
Millman has been execu-
tive vice president of JWB
since April 1970. After his
retirement he will become
executive vice president
emeritus and will serve as
executive director of the
World Federation of
YMHA's and Jewish Com-
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sultant to JWB's World
Service Committee.

Canadian ambassador and
the West German charge
d'affaires also attended.
Mayor Shlomo Lehat of Tel
Aviv was among the speak-
ers.
Aharon Yadlin, minister
of education and culture,
noted that the Interna-
.tional Olympic Committee
had rejected Israel's re-
quest to hold a memorial
service at Montreal. The
memorial service held here
is intended to draw the at-
tention of the world to the
Munich tragedy so that
nothing like it will happen
again, Yadlin said.
He also said that regard-
less of world tensions and
dangers, Israel will continue
to participate in every inter-
national contest and compe-
tition. Israel's sportsmen
are part of its political
struggle and even in the so-
called brotherhood of the
Olympics, an Israeli finds
himself on the front lines,
Yadlin observed.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Agranat Committee's find-
ings on the conduct of the
Yom Kippur War have come
under renewed attack from
the former commander of
the Sinai front who the com-
mittee held in large mea-
sure responsible for Israel's
initial setbacks in October
1973.
Gen. (res.) Shmuel Go-
nen, who resigned from ac-
tive duty as a direct result of
the Agranat -repoM de-
clared on a Kol Israel broad-
cast that he was determined
to clear his name.
– He went about it by seek-
ing to discredit the two for-
mer chiefs of staff who were
members of the panel
headed by Supreme Court
Justic Shimon Agranat —
Haim Laskov and Yigael
Yadin. Gonen claimed that
each of them, who held com-
mands in Israel's 1948 war
for independence, were two
decades behind the times
and simply did not under-
stand the military situation
of the Yom Kippur War.

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