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October 21, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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Continued from Page 6

FESTIVAL OF VALUE':

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You might have noted that
Mr. Fisher was responsible for
the firing of the accused anti-
Semites in the Republican
campaign. This was done
with great expedition and no
denials .. .

David M. Buegeleisen

Southfield

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frirr. carpeted fir mat. body side mldg.. wheel opening mldg. Stk.
A037

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10 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1988

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I was amazed to read that
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, in conjunction with the
Neighborhood Project, is con-
sidering spending up to a
million dollars to provide a
swimming facility for the
Oak Park/Southfield area
("Take The Plunge" Oct. 14).
A complete waste of money.
If this is how the Federation
handles hard-earned dona-
tions they ought to resign en
masse and let others take
over.
Twice in the past two years
I have made known to the
Neighborhood Project the
availability of the property
formerly known as the
Edgewood Swim Club. This is
a complete swimming facility,
playground, picnic ground
with a full service clubhouse.
Its membership was always
from Oak Park and South-
field. It is a perfect setting for
the project.
I was politely told to
"M.Y.O.B." What do I know? I
am _ only an interested
member of the Jewish Com-
munity. They are the "profes-
sionals."

Richard Williams

Birmingham

'Saturday Night'
Anti-Semitism

NBC's "Saturday Night
Live" has been a show of
humor, controversy, and
originality. Most of the Oct. 8
show was extraordinarily fun-
ny until a segment called
"Jew, Not a Jew" began. This
was a game show in which
the contestants (who were

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identified as "Catholics and
WASPS"), played against one
another to guess whether or
nor various celebrities were
Jewish.
My laughter ceased as I
witnessed this very
dangerous attempt at humor.
I was taken aback, appalled
and outraged, by the poor
judgement displayed by the
writers of SNL.
I cannot help being remind-
ed of the yellow arm bands
worn by Jews as a means of
identification in our own too-
recent past. Was not the same
question asked all those years
ago, "Jew, not a Jew?" It is
this kind of mentality
displayed by Saturday Night
Live which promotes and-
perpetuates anti-Semitism.

Nancy Mahlin

Southfield

Jews Are Passive
On Library's Future

Fifty years ago, Jewish
books were burned in Ger-
many in order to destroy
Jewish thought. The Jewish
community was helpless.
Today, the decision-makers
of the metropolitan Detroit
Jewish community are
severely limiting the ac-
cessibility to the Midrasha
Library of the Jewish Com-
munity because of budget
cuts.
By this action, we are on
the road to accomplishing
nearly the same objective as
the Germans . . . As one who
lived through the horrifying
Nazi experience, I am certain
that the Jewish community of
Germany would have gladly
supported its libraries at any
monetary cost .. .
Can our Jewish community
remain passive and allow
such short-sightedness
prevail in determining the
future of our premier Jewish
library?

Abraham Pasternak

Southfield

NEWS I

Soviet Jewish Emigration
At Record Levels

New York (JTA) - Jewish
emigration from the Soviet
Union continued to rise last
month, reaching the highest
level since April 1980, when
2,469 Jews left the USSR.
A total of 2,051 Soviet Jews
were allowed to emigrate in
September. Of these, 190, or
9.3 percent, went to Israel,
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported last
week.
The September figure rep-

resents an 18.5 percent rise
over the August total and
brings emigration for the
year so far to 11,238 Soviet
Jews, the National Con-
ference said.

That would make 1988 the
highest Soviet Jewish
emigration year since 1980,
when 21,471 Jews were per-
mitted to leave. Emigration
this year is already 38 per-
cent higher than last year

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