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October 27, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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Danny Douville

David Dressler

Scott Emmer

Walled Lake Western High

West Bloomfield High

Berkley High

Southfield-Lathrup High

10th & 11th Grade Students

FOLLOW US FOR A
SEMESTER IN ISRAEL

WITH PROJECT DISCOVERY
— Spring 1990 —
Detroit High School Program in Israel

Daniel Chait

Andover High

"WE HAD THE TIME OF OUR
LIVES IN JERUSALEM . . ."

Benjamin Wilenken

Southfield-Lathrup High

Limited spots are available for students with
above average scholastic standing.

Informational Meeting
Monday, October 30, 8:00 p.m
United Hebrew Schools

To R.S.V.P. and for further information contact:

JWF-Israel Program Center
Yefet Ozery 661-5440, or
United Hebrew Schools
Ofra Fisher 354-1050

Jodi Weiss

West Bloomfield High

Leor Skocylas

West Bloomfield High

Jennifer Sima

Erica Gottfried

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Groves High

Southfield High

Churchill High

Harrison High

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Blood Libel Film
Takes Prize

Montreal (JTA) — A Fran-
co-Hungarian film by a
Jewish filmmaker won the
ecumenical prize at the sixth
annual Montreal Film Fes-
tival. It was one of 250 in-
ternational, low-budget
films shown at the two-week
festival held Aug. 24-Sept. 4.
This is a precedent-
breaking film, according to
filmmaker Jehudit Elek,
because until the past few
years, it was impossible to
publicly portray Jews and
anti-Semitism in Hungary.
Based on a true story, The
Memories of the River takes
place in late 19th-century
Hungary and portrays the
last case of ritual murder in
that country.
With the disappearance of
a young girl, Eszter
Solymosi, in 1882, the
Jewish community in
Tiszaeszlar, a small town on
the river Tisza, were accused
of murder.
According to the historic
blood libel, Jews were
thought to kill young
children and use the blood in
the preparation of Passover
matzot.
With no documents of the
incident or traditional
Jewish ritual at her disposal
— they were all destroyed
during World War II — Elek,
born in Budapest in 1937,
traveled to Montreal last
year to consult with
Chasidic authorities for
background information.
Four other movies with
Jewish themes, two Israeli
and two American, appeared
at the festival: The Summer
of Aviya, A Thousand and
One Wives, Terezin Diary
and The Imported
Bridegroom, based on a story
by Abraham Cahan.

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Na'amat Fund
Helps Emigres

New York — In anticipation
of what some expect to be the
largest immigration to Israel
in recent years, Na'amat USA
has established a special fund
to provide resettlement ser-
vices for incoming Soviet
Jews.
The fund will make it possi-
ble for Na'amat — which of-
fers a broad network of child
care, educational, vocational,
legal counseling and family
counseling services — to ex-
tend those services to newly
arrived Soviet women and
children without cutting back
on existing programs or
decreasing availability.

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