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February 21, 1992 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-21

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Metropolitan Detroit Maccabi Club

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6600 WEST MAPLE ROAD • WEST BLOOMFIELD, MICHIGAN 48322

Show Angers
Hungarians

Budapest (JTA) —
Hungarian Jewish organiza-
tions are up in arms over a
television news program
that was sharply critical of
Israel.
In a statement published
this week in daily news-
papers, they charged that
the negative attitude toward
Israel, a staple of the old
Communist regime, has not
changed since the democrat-
ic government was installed
and full diplomatic relations
were established between
Hungary and the Jewish
state.
The Israeli Embassy here
also expressed concern over
what it considered a non-
objective presentation of the
Middle East conflict on
"Panorama," a television
program broadcast over the
weekend.
The Jewish organizations
were more vociferous, claim-
ing that television viewers
were "fed up" with the one-
sided political position on
Israel. They demanded the
program be banned and
accused its chief editor, La-
jos Chrudinak, of anti-Israel
bias.
The organizations said
that Chrudinak, a holdover
from the old regime, was
persona non grata in Israel
because of his friendship
with Yassir Arafat and
Saddam. Hussein.
The program accused
Israel of mistreating Pales-
tinians in the territories it
captured in 1967, including
torture and imprisonment
without trial.
The organizations that
joined in the protest are the
Alliance of Hungarian Jew-
ish Communities, the
Hungarian Jewish Cultural
Association, B'nai B'rith
and the Hungarian Zionist
Association.

Jewish Girls and Boys Ages 13-16 years old (As of August 1, 1992)
for

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS' NORTH AMERICAN
MACCABI YOUTH GAMES IN BALTIMORE

SPORT

August 23-30, 1992 (Labor Day is September 7)
DATE
TIME
FACILITY

Boys & Girls Softball

Sunday, March 1st

5:30 PM

Main Gym

Boys & Girls Soccer
Tennis

Sunday, March 1st
Sunday, March 1st

7:00 PM
3:30 PM

Main Gym
Rec. Complex

Boys & Girls Racquetball
Girls Basketball
Boys Basketball

Sunday, March 1st
Sunday, March 15th
Sunday, March 15th

3:00 PM
5:30 PM
6:30 PM

Racquetball Courts
Main Gym
Main Gym

MEETING ONLY
For Following Sports:

Monday, March 9th

7:30 PM

Rec Complex

COACH

Gary Levitt (Boys)
Tony Spokojny (Girls)
Gabe Atlar
Larry Mille, Linda Okun,
Dan Friedman
Stuart Gottesman
Mark Jeross
Howard Golding

Track, Field, Cross Country
Swimming
Table Tennis
Volleyball
Wrestling
Gymnastics
Karate
Golf

Joel Kashoan
Herb Bernstein
Mantel Family
Ken Bertin
Eric Swartz

Matt Lester

INITIAL TRYOUTS AND MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AT THE MAPLE/DRAKE JCC

A Parent Is Encouraged To Attend The First Try-Out Meeting

There will be separate boys and girls teams for the team sports. Individual sports will be completed separately
for boys and girls by age groups. everyone is encouraged to tryout for multiple sports to maximize their chances
of making the Detroit Team. For tryouts come prepared to play.

For further information, contact Alan Horowitz at 737-0639 evenings, or Michael Kobernick at 544-0940 or
Jill Spokojny at 681-2690.

Alan Horowitz
Delegation Head
Jill Spokojny Michael Kobernick
Team Manager
Team Manager

• Clinical Teaching
• Testing/Evaluation
• Therapeutic Tutoring

King Condemns
Armed Violence

Paris (JTA) — Jordan's
King Hussein has spoken
out against the recent wave
of armed violence by Pales-
tinians against Israeli
civilians in the administered
territories.
In an interview published
in the French daily Le
Figaro, King Hussein said,
"There may be a minority
willing to torpedo all peace
efforts, but we should not
allow this minority to
achieve its aim."
The king pronounced
himself in favor of democ-
racy and human rights in
the Arab states.

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