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March 29, 1985 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-29

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two weeks touring the country in
what is, in effect, a course in
Zionism. The itinerary includes a
solemn visit to the Yad Vashem
Holocaust memorial in
Jerusalem. When one of the par-
ticipants held back and told Bayer
that it would be hard for him to go
through there, Bayer replied that
it was much more difficult for
those who went through the con-
centration camps.
Beth El was established 25
years ago by the late Friedrich
Nothacker, and has been operat-
ing quietly ever since. There is no
advertising. Organizations of
Holocaust survivors submit lists
of qualified guests, and others
hear of it by word of mouth. The
establishment is strictly kosher
and the kashrut supervisor, a
local woman, has been approved
by the nearby Nahariya rabbi-
nate. Any fears that this might be
a missionary project have been
fully set to rest.
Bayer often returns to Ger-
many to address parlor meetings,
show films and tell church groups
about the project. The undertak-
ing is not sponsored by any par-
ticular sect, nor does it get help
from the German government or
any other official agency. When
he tells his story, Bayer told us, he
has little difficulty procuring as-
sistance.
Bayer attended an Israeli up-
lan, but admitted that he learned
most of his Hebrew from his five
children. They attend the local Is-
raeli schools, and while the lan-
guage at home is German, the
children usually speak Hebrew
among themselves. His wife,
Crystal, also speaks Hebrew.
The program at Beth El is quiet,
pleasant, relaxing. The food is
good. The guests can swim, rest,
read, relax, or go on organized
trips around the Galilee. There is
no television, and Bayer says his
guests learn once again how to
make conversation, to socialize, to
read and write letters. Said one
elderly guest: "At Auschwitz I
was tortured by the Germans;
here they are spoiling me."
Beth El has been so successful
that this year they have opened a
nursing home for the aged and
chronically ill at Maalot. It is only
for Holocaust survivors lacking in
means, and the staff again are
volunteers from Germany.

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