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Friday, August 31, 1984 49

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European groups seek
to establish Yiddish theater

Brussels (JTA) — The
European community has
no money to subsidize a
Yiddish theater in the
European Economic Com-
munity (E.E.C.).
This answer was given
recently by the European
Executive Commission to .a
written question posed by
three members of the Euro-
pean Parliament the Ger-

man Christian-Democrats
Ernst Mueller, Hermann
and Wilhelm Hahn, and the
German Socialist Olaf
Schwencker.

In their question, the
three parliamentarians re-
called the fact that the Yid-
dish language and theater
represent, in the western
cultural heritage, a disap-

Anti-nuclear Jewish groups
plan Washington protest

New York (JTA) — A co-
alition of national Jewish
organizations is planning a
protest in Washington
against the nuclear arms
race which will feature the
first Succah built in
Lafayette Park to
dramatize Jewish opposi-
tion to the nuclear weapons
buildup.
The event is being or-
ganized under auspices of
Succah Shalom (Shelter of
Peace), an ad hoc group, ac-
cording to Robin Miller,
chairperson of Succah
Shalom. She said last week
that the Washingtbn
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, which has been sponsor-
ing a vigil for Soviet Jews in
Washington for many
years, built a Succah last
year in the park, which is
directly across from the
White House.
Miller said the anti-
nuclear protest will be held
from Oct. 10 to Oct. 14 and
that thousands of Jewish
demonstrators from the
United States and Canada
are expected to assemble in
Lafayette Park to call on the
United States, the Soviet
Union and all other gov-
ernments "to end the fund-
ing, development and de-
ployment of nucear
weapons." She said the
event will coincide with the
National Freeze Weekend.
"We are calling upon the
nations of the world to begin
dismantling the systems

that will bring nuclear
Holocaust," Miller said. "As
Jews we have suffered the
horrors of one Holocaust. It
is time for us to act, to as-
sure that such atrocities
will never happen again."

6

pearing element. Fifty
years ago the Yiddish Thea-
ter was still a vehicle of
dramatic art in Eastern
Europe and a place for voic-
ing tradition, religion and
heritage. They also pointed
out that the only Yiddish
theaters existing today out-
side Israel are located in
Warsaw, Bucharest and
Moscow.
The "World Council for
Yiddish and Jewish Cul-
ture," represented by I.
Korn, a member of the Is-
raeli Knesset, the
"Akademic Der Kunste"
(arts academy) of West Be-
rlin, and a group of citizens
repesenting various groups
are trying to create a center
for a Yiddish theater in the
European Community.

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