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January 22, 1988 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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one of its regional set of
Games. This sporting event,
held every four years, features
world class competition in the
style of the Olympics and at-
tracts prominent Jewish
athletes from collegiate
champions to Olympic
medalists.
In the 12th Maccabiah
Games, held in July 1985,
there were over 4,000 corn-
petitors from 40 countries in-
volved in 26 sports. The U.S.
team (500 athletes, coaches
and trainers) came home with
a record number of 246
medals, including 109 gold,
90 silver and 47 bronze.
For more information on
the Games and applications
please write or call: USCSFI,
275 S. 19th Street, Suite
1203, Philadelphia, PA..
19103, (215) 546-4700.

Good Sports?

If you know of an athlete,
coach or sporting event in
the community which you
would like us to mention in
our sports page, let us
know. Call Mike Rosen-
baum at 354-6060 between
9 a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday-
Thursday. Or write to us:
The Jewish News, 20300
Civic Center Dr., Suite
240, Southfield, MI 48076.

MR. H. CUSTOM
DRAPERIES & BLINDS

NEWS I

Christian Group
To Aid Shul

Los Angeles (JTA) — A
coalition of Christian chur-
ches has volunteered to help
repair a local synagogue
slightly damaged by three
fires intentionally set last
week.
Shalom International
Ministry of Orange, Calif.,
has pledged the support of its
120 member-churches in the
Los Angeles and Orange
County area in repairing
Temple Beth Tikvah of
Fullerton, Calif., an Orange
County synagogue.
On Friday, a young man
called the synagogue with a
bomb threat. Police checked,
but found nothing, according
to police detective Don Price.
He reported that police are
paying extra attention to the
synagogue as a "targeted
area."
A second caller Friday
made reference to the fires
and the bomb threat. "We are
Palestinians," he said. "Did
you receive a bomb threat and
vandalism last night? If you
continue harassing the
Palestinians, we will harass
you."

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and is the most extensive documentary production ever
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To be shown simultaneously at the
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Main Building: Moderator and program coordinator will be
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"The Valley Is
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The dream and the reality
how far apart are they?

"The Trapped Jews of
Europe — Can It
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Sunday, Feb. 21
1:30 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 28
1:30 p.m.

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Past & Present — Is there
a solution to the conflict?
Guest speaker:
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"The State of Israel —
What difference does it
make in Jewish life?

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