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March 25, 1994 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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Detroit

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Before The May 1st
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1994 Nissan
Sentra XE

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• Air
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• AM/FM Stereo
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requires $250 down, $350 acq. fee & $225 ref. sec. dep. Maxima requires $350 acq. fee and ref. sec. dep. of $250.
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troit teens who partici-
pated in the JCC-Maccabi
Youth Games last year
were subsidized. With the cost
to compete in Cleveland next
August in the neighborhood of
$500, the Detroit Maccabi Club
is planning two fund-raisers to
help youngsters who have fi-
nancial needs.
The club will sponsor its an-
nual ad book and also is plan-
ning its first theater night.
Dr. Mark Saidman, a Mac-
cabi board member, is seeking
a date in June or July at a sub-
urban theater for the movie
night and afterglow for children
and adults.
"We'll take whatever amount
we can to handle an expected
shortfall," Dr. Saidman said.
"There's always a shortfall."
He estimated that 30-35 teen
athletes were given subsidies

two years ago when Detroit par-
ticipated in the North Ameri-
can Maccabi Youth Games in
Baltimore. Although the teens
are housed by host families at
the games, the fees cover the
cost of transportation, uniforms,
and registration for the host city
to offset site rentals and officials'
pay.

Maccabi plans a
theater night.

The fees also cover the food,
housing and transportation
costs of the Detroit coaches, who
volunteer their time.
The club sponsors other
fund-raising events, including
selling car-wash coupons
and its annual Maccabi Fun
Run, which netted $1,200 last
year.



National

Whitewater Creates
Some Turbulence

JAMES D. BESSER WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT

he controversy surround-
ing Bill and Hillary
Clinton's investments in
a failed Arkansas land
development company has
Republicans salivating and
Democrats scurrying for
cover.
In the Jewish community,
which gave overwhelming sup-
port to the Clinton-Gore team
in the 1992 elections, there are
few signs as yet of any political
fallout from the controversy —
which has become known as the
Whitewater affair. But concern
is growing that the controver-
sy is already draining resources
from an administration largely
in line with the Jewish com-
munity on a range of domestic
and foreign policy issues — in-
cluding the ongoing Mideast
peace talks.
On the domestic front, there
are indications that the top
items on the Clinton agenda —
health care reform and a sweep-
ing overhaul of the welfare sys-
tem — are already suffering
because of the distraction of the
Whitewater affair.
"What we're finding is a pre-
occupation with the issue, both

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in Congress and with many in
the administration," said an of-
ficial with a major Jewish group
in Washington, who asked not
to be quoted. "That raises seri-
ous questions about the energy
being diverted from the impor-
tant domestic policy issues that
the Jewish community is very
committed to."
A recent survey by the Na-
tional Jewish Democratic Coun-
dl (NJDC) indicated that health
care reform was a top priority
for Jewish Democrats, and a
number of Jewish organizations
are playing an important role
in the coalition backing the ad-
ministration's plan for univer-
sal health care coverage.
However, First Lady Hillary
Clinton, the administration's
point person on health care re-
form, has already been hobbled
by questions about her role in
the soured land deal. The longer
the Whitewater controversy
drags on, Jewish activists said,
the harder it will be to forge a
health care package that will
meet the needs of the Jewish
community.
Some Jewish activists see a
partisan effort to use White-

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