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January 20, 1984 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, January 20, 1984

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Appeal Issued for Housing
for Jewish Athletes Due Here

An urgent appeal is being
made to the Detroit Jewish
community to provide hous-
ing for the more than 1,000
young Jewish athletes who
will be in Detroit Aug. 19-26
to participate in the 1984
U.S. Maccabi Youth Games.
Housing Co-Chairmen
Carol Eisenshtadt and
Barbara Robinson said
about 600 homes in the
community will be needed.
Persons who provide hous-
ing do not have to have chil-
dren whose ages correspond
with those of their guests
(12-16). In addition, some
meals will be provided by
the Maccabi committee.
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for the games. Competitions
will take place in basket-
ball, gymnastics, racquet-
ball, soccer, swimming,
table tennis, tennis, track
and volleyball. There will
be boys, girls and age group
divisions of competition.
For information, call Dr.
Marty Oliff, director of
health and physical educa-
tion at the Center, 661-
1000, ext. 180.

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pre-Holocaust Europe.
In conjunction with this
first exhibit, the Holocaust
Memorial Center has
scheduled three pertinent
films written, produced and
directed in Germany.
"Jacob the Liar" probes the
occupants of a Jewish
ghetto who are desperately
in need of a ray of hope dur-
ing World War II. "Our
Time in the Garden" is the
true story of a young Jewish
woman growing up in Be-
rlin at the time of Hitler's
rise to power. The film
"David" discusses the his-
torical foundation of the op-
pression and exile of Jews.
It details the pogroms, syn-
agogue desecrations and
daily humiliations through
which anti-Semitism accel-

German-Israeli
Youth Exchange
Exhibit Focus

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formation, call the Jewish
Community Center, 661-
1000, ext. 180.
Olympic-style
The
competition will take
place at the main Jewish
Community Center, with
some West Bloomfield
facilities available for the
event's use.
The Maccabi committee
also is seeking volunteers
for its many committees,
among them athlete hous-
ing, administration, food
service, hospitality, public-
ity, scheduling, transporta-
tion, social and cultural
events and sports.
Local Jewish teens, age
12-16, are eligible to try out

BONN (JTA) — An ex-
hibition was opened here
depicting the German-
Israeli youth exchange pro-
gram which has been going
on for a number of years.
The opening was
attended by Israel's Ambas-
sador to West Germany,
Itzchak Ben-Ari, and the
Bonn Minister of Youth and
Family, Heiner Geissler.
The exchange is impor-
tant to both countries. It is
subsidized largely by the
West German federal gov-
ernment and the federal
states and is the largest
program of its kind for
Germany, except for youth
exchange with France. For
Israel, the program is by far
the most extensive.
There was a sharp decline
in 1982 because of the
Lebanon war and the anti-
Israel attitudes it
engendered in Germany.
There was, however, a
slight upturn last year. But
official sources say there is
an increasing tendency
among West Germany
youth groups to choose ex-
changes with Arab coun-
tries rather than with Is-
rael.

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erated.
The exhibit will run
March 4-28 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Volunteers in all capacities
are needed. For informa-
tion, call the HMC, 661-
1000, ext. 201.

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