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November 07, 1986 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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California-based author who
denies the validity of the
Holocaust and a Massachu-
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up to create a garden that
they say will honor "those
Jews who have spoken out
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Dubbed a "Garden of Re-
membrance for Righteous
Hebrews," the exhibit is
scheduled for completion next
spring in Vineyard Haven,
Mass., a community on the
island of Martha's Vineyard.
According to its. organizers, it
will honor 11 Jews known for
their anti-Zionist activities.
They include Prof. Noam
Chomsky of the Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology
\--,% and Rabbi Elmer Berger,
r founder of the American
Jewish Alternatives to
Zionism.
David McCalden, one of the
most prolific purveyors in the
U.S. of articles denying the
veracity of the Holocaust, is
initiator of the project. He
said it is a means to "recipro-
/ -- date the generous spirit of
'
Yad Vashem," the Holocaust
memorial in Jerusalem that
features a garden honoring
"righteous gentiles" who
saved Jews from the Nazis.
No sarcasm is intended in
s , the anti-Zionist garden, ac-
- cording to David Wayfield, a
63-year-old carpenter who
,--- owns the wooded site on
which the garden in planned.
"The Jews we have chosen
are brave people and deserve
to be honored," he said. He
described the Holocaust as
"greatly exaggerated" and "in
need of debunking."

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The Cultural Commission of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, in commemoration
of the 125th year _of the Congregation and marking the Centennial of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America

PRESENTS

The Walter L. and Lea Field History Series

FEATURING '

Austrian Envoy
To Israel
Recalled

Vienna (JTA) --- Chancellor
Franz Vranitzky announced
last week that Austria will
recall its Ambassador in
Israel, Otto Pleinert. for con-
- sultations over Israel's failure
to name a replacement for its
Ambassador to Austria.
Michael Elizur, who has
retired and left Vienna.
Vranitzky, speaking after a
ministerial council meeting.
said the move does not reflect
ill-feeling between the two
countries, but that Austria
wants to know exactly what
• Israel's position is. He said
Pleinert had approached the
Foreign Ministry in Jeru-
salem for an explanation and
he is being called home to
give a first hand report for
evaluation.
Vranitzky would not rule
out the envoy's return to
Israel after reporting to the
Foreign Ministry here. He did
no say how Austria would
react if Israel decided not to
send a new Ambassador to
Vienna.

RABBI ABRAHAM KARP

Distinguished American Jewish Historian

WEEKEND-JEWISH HISTORY
November 22 and 23

Professor Abraham J. Karp has served on the faculty of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
and the University of Rochester. Widely recognized for his scholarship
and eloquence, he is the author of many books and essays on American
Jewish History.

DR. ABRAHAM KARP

SHABBAT MORNING SERVICE, NOVEMBER 22
"ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF CONSERVATIVE JUDAISM: 1886- 1986"

*LUNCHEON FOLLOWING SERVICES
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SPECIAL PRESENTATION TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ON SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 23
"JEWS AT COLLEGE — THEN AND NOW"

This marks the 20th year of sponsorship of the Jewish History Series of the Cultural Commission by LEA & WALTER L. FIELD.

*PLEASE CALL THE SHAAREY ZEDEK OFFICE FOR LUNCHEON INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS, 357-5544

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