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July 30, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Say little and do much.
—Pirke Aboth

BILLY
THE CLOWN!

Friday, July 30, 1976 39

Slain
Athletes, Uganda Effort Honored at Detroit Memorial
More than 500 persons features a stirring eulogy by
not, and now they can stand
filled the Jules Rotenberg R Lbbi James I. Gordon of Rabbi Gordon said. "It is

the Olympics continued
proudly again," Brown said.
Hall at Cong. Bnai David on Yiung Israel of Oak-Woods, left to the Jewish people.
after the tragedy as if
"When
will
non-violence
"They
make
me
proud
to
be
Sunday for Detroit's memo- reminiscences of Israel and
,'
nothing had ever hap-
Children love
rial service for the 11 Israeli its people by Detroit Pistons be realized? When we learn a Jew.
pened.
to
respect
the
inviolate
BIRTHDAY PARTY
athletes and coaches slain basketball coach Herb
Cantor Mendelsohn de-
Th e rogram
rights of all of God's crea-
Magic and Balloons
by terrorists at the 1972 Brown who coached' the Is- tures."
scribed his slide presenta- ranged by Renee was ar-
Wohl, who
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Olympics in Munich. rael Sabras professional
1-662-3700
tion, set to music, as that has been executive
Coach Brown, Who h a
director
The two-hour program team in 1974, a moving
of
"an
outraged
human
of the DZF for two weeks.
member of the Anti-Defa-
yahrzeit candlelighting cer- mation League and the being, and a Jew.". Using
emony and a multimedia U.S. Committee Sports for the theme and music "The
ili
presentation by Cantor So- Israel,
JOE MILLER
told of the fine ex- Band Played On," the
and
lomon Mendelsohn of New periences
cantor's
slides
used
news-
he and his 12
mio
HIS ORCHESTRA
York which reviewed the American players enjoyed paper and magazine pho-
events of the Munich trag- while representing Israel.
tographs of the 1972 Olym-
"Well Known For Fine Music"
Music For All Occasions
edy and the world's callous
pics and the tragedy to
He
told
of
the
constant
re-
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attitude.
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minders of terrorism in Is- show how the world and
The meeting opened with rael, and lauded the people
a Jewish War Veterans for continuing to lead their
SAN i y RIEdMAN
color guard and Cantor Har- lives as normally as possi-
phoTogRAphy
old Orbach of Temple Israel ble.
(Trimmed Rite, Priced Rite)
leading the singing of the
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Brown praised Israel for
national anthems.
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'having done "more in 25
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duced Gustav Berenholz,
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added that the Uganda raid
president of Bnai David,
was a great br to Israel's
who linked the tragedy of morale.
Munich and the granting
"They thought they were
of observer status at the
invincible, found they were
United Nations for the
Palestine Liberation Or-
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for each of the martyrs and
Brighton. A number of pro-
Aaron Bergman of Adat
posed changes in the by-
lb.
Shalom Synagogue's United
laws will be considered at
Synagogue Youth group lit
the meeting. The amend-
a candle of hope. Candle-
Wednesday, August 4th
ments to be voted upon deal
lighters included: South-
with redefining the objec-
field Councilmen Steve
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Jean McDonald; Oak Park
corner Kentfield
board.
West Bloomfield Plaza
Councilman
Sidney
Shayne;
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9-6
Aug. 15 is the traditional
Oleg Kofman, a recent Rus-
Monday thru Saturday
•COATS
Fri. 9-9 ; Sat. 8-7 ; SUN. 8 4
"Big Top" day at Brighton.
•JACKETS
sian immigrant and gym-
Thurs. to 8 p.m.
The
camp
is
converted
into
a
nastics coach; Mrs. Anne
big circus and the events of
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Zuckman, president of Had-
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this day will involve over 300
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and
staff.
The
com-
Shalom Friedman; Mrs.
munity is invited.
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Ruth Miller, president of Pi-
oneer Women; and Ghenya
Blumin, aunt of one of the
Rather let a man throw
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himself into a furnace than
Following Rabbi Gordon's
publicly offend his fellow-
Mon.-Fri., 10:00-4:30
eulogy, Cantor Louis Klein
man.
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Sat., 10:00-3:00
of Cong. Bnai Moshe sang El
—Talmud
Mole Rachamim.
Rabbi Gordon compared
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slain to the stars in the
heavens and said, "The
world wept as the heavens
darkened when these stars
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were snuffed out."
He said the Arab atti-
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tude was shown when a
PLO representative in
London and an Arab
FINE SELECTION OF
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tebbe incident: the three
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