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June 23, 1989 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1989

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Classes also will be conducted
at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem
and at Haifa University. Par-
ticipants will visit Masada
and other historic sites.
This year's participants
teach at secondary schools in
Alabama, Arizona, Califor-
nia, Connecticut, Delaware,
the District of Columbia,
Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Loui-
siana, Massachusetts, Michi-
gan, Missouri, Nebraska,
New Jersey, New York, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Texas, Vermont, Washington
and Wisconsin.

Hillel Has
Graduation

Twenty-seven students were
graduated from Hillel Day
School at its recent com-
mencement ceremonies.
They are: Lisa Biederman,
Lean Berenholz, Amy
Berkowitz, Jennifer Bleyer,
Jeffrey Friedman, Lonny
Goldsmith, Franci-Lynne
Goodstein, Sharon Gordon,
Erica Guyer, Daniel Harold,
Lisa Hollenberg, Jessica Kirz-
ner, Jonathon Koenigsberg,
Jennifer Lanxner, Randy
Leff, David Lefkowitz, Caryn
Lubetsky, David O'Desky,
Benjamin Riback, Ilana
Rosenbaum, Eric Roth,
Deborah Sage, Yardana Sal-
inger, Lori Schram, Dana
Schwartzenfeld, Sharone
Shamir and Myles Wohl.

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New York — Forty-five
Jewish and non-Jewish high
school teachers, representing
a cross-section of com-
munities in 22 states and the
District of Columbia, will fly
to Israel on July 9 to take
part in an intensive three-
week course on teaching the
Holocaust and Jewish
resistance to the Nazis.
The teachers project was
launched four years ago as a
pilot program involving 30
participants from the New
York area. Two years ago the
program was expanded to in-
clude teachers from all parts
of the country and was put on
an annual basis.
The program is sponsored
by the American Gather-
ing/Federation of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors, the
American Federation of
Teachers, Ghetto Fighters
House in Israel, Yad Vashem,
Haifa University and the
Educator Chapter of the
Jewish Labor Committee.
Scholarships for the pro-
gram are provided by the
American Gathering. Vladka
Meed, author of Both Sides of
the Wall, an account of her ex-
periences in the Warsaw
Ghetto, serves as program
coordinator.
Classes will be held five
days a week, mostly at the
Ghetto Fighters House, a
documentation and study
center that also houses
Israel's Museum of the
Holocaust and Resistance.

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British Time Apologizes
For Nazi-Style Ad

London (JTA) — Time is to
publish an unprecedented
full-page apology for running
a Nazi-style advertisement in
a recent British edition of the
magazine.
The ad, for a London slide
show company, showed a Nazi
podium backed by pink and
pastel blue swastika flags.
The caption read: "Poor use of
color can ruin your presenta-
tion. Using inappropriate col-
ors can completely take the
edge off an aggressive presen-
tation."
It promised to show how
"special effects can excite a
flagging audience" and "how
symbols can be used to ex-
plain ideas."
It added: "We can't promise
to get your name in the
history books, but it should

find its way into a client's
notebook."
Appalled readers protested
to the company, the Hatton
Garden-based Presentation
Co., to Time magazine and
the advertising agency, Tilby
and Leeves.
"It looks like a Nazi adver-
tisement," said Labor Parlia-
ment member Greville Dan-
ner. "It's meant to be a joke,
but it's the most disastrous
form of humor gone wrong
that it's possible to conceive."
Other newspapers and
magazines turned down the
advertisement.
Time
apologized for the lapse, say-
ing it "maintains strict pro-
cedures for acceptance of
advertising materials, but
regrettably our system fail-
ed."

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