In A Moment

IN A MOMENT Peter Sichrovsky has recorded an angry dialogue between siblings torn apart by their father's Nazi past in "Born Guilty: A Brother and Sister React to Their Nazi Father" (p. 40). The...

...He is the current national president of Mazon, an organization launched in MOMENT magazine in 1985 to combat hunger in the United States and around the world...
...Mann has served as chairman of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council...
...Competitors volley charges and countercharges of excess fat and water...
...Sichrovsky, a Jewish child of Holocaust survivors, was born and raised in Vienna after the war...
...Nathan writes a column on entertaining for The Washington Post, and is a past contributor to MOMENT ("Jewish Superstar Chefs," November 1987...
...He is also co-editor (with his brother Iddo) of Self-Portrait of a Hero: The Letters of Jonathan Netanyahu (Random House, 1980), which chronicles the reflections of his older brother, who was killed while leading the rescue mission to Entebbe in 1976...
...national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, responds that American Jewish organizations should leave Israel's judg-_ ments on such issues to Israel's democratic processes...
...Wisenberg looks at the hiring of a new rabbi from the viewpoints of the congregation, the rabbi it hires, and the rabbi's wife...
...She has also written a collection of short stories...
...The major producers of kosher salami are battling for control of the market in a fierce advertising war described in Joan Nathan's "Salami Wars" (p...
...Levinson is a member of the executive committee of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and serves on the boards of directors of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society...
...Wisenberg says that the characters in "Rabbi Seeking" are an amalgam of real and imagined rabbis and their wives...
...In his Los Angeles community, Levinson is a vice president of the Jewish Federation Council...
...Netanyahu heads the Jonathan Institute, a Jerusalem foundation for research on terrorism...
...Before taking the position at the UN, he served as Israel's deputy ambassador to the United States...
...Supreme Court...
...Burton S. LeVinson...
...Nathan is the author of several cookbooks, including An American Folklife Cookbook (Schocken Books, 1984), and The Children's Jewish Holiday Kitchen (Schocken Books, 1987), which was featured in MOMENT'S December 1987 roundup of children's books...
...Her articles and stories have appeared in Lilith, The Chicago Tribune, The Miami Herald, The Des Moines Register and Inside Chicago...
...Should American Jewish organizations take public positions on issues such as whether Israel should agree to the recently proposed international peace conference...
...Levinson is a senior partner in a Beverly Hills law firm...
...52), Alice L. Perlman, a former museum curator of Judaica in San Francisco, compares the treatment of Jewish art and ^artifacts in two beautifully illustrated books, Jewish Folk Art: From Biblical Days to Modern Times (Summit Books, 1986), by Joy Ungerleider-Mayerson and Ancient Jewish Art (Chartwell Books, Inc., 1985), by Gabrielle Sed-Rajna...
...Levin-son has also served as chairman of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry...
...We discovered that Stotsenko had worked as an illustrator in the Soviet Union...
...Using his popular cartoon character, "Israelik," Kariel Gardosh ("Dosh") gives an Israeli reaction to the American debate (p...
...According to Sichrovsky, his books have brought to public attention a "generational conflict:" "The older generation does not want to hear or read about their past, but the second generation is gradually beginning to investigate and absorb the influence of that era into their own lives...
...36), S.L...
...Sichrovsky is also the author of Strangers in Their Own Land: Young Jews in Germany and Austria Today (Basic Books, 1986), a series of interviews with the children of Holocaust survivors...
...Theodore R. Mann, national president of the American Jewish Congress, explains why his organization brought its views to public attention...
...He knew of his own parents' experiences, yet the family histories of his German and Austrian playmates were elusive...
...he grew up alongside children whose parents had been active Nazis...
...The American Jewish Congress' decision to urge Israel publicly to agree to such a conference split the American Jewish community...
...Netanyahu, af38 the country's youngest ambassador, is the editor of the well-received book Terrorism: How the West Can Win (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1986...
...MOMENT conducted its own salami taste testówith surprising results...
...Israel's representative to the United Nations, Benjamin Netanyahu, discusses Israel's tactics in fighting Arab propaganda in the UN with MOMENT editor Hershel Shanks (p...
...In "Looking at Jewish Art" (p...
...He is a senior partner in a Philadelphia law firm specializing in commercial litigation, and he has also worked on a number of major religious liberty cases argued before the U.S...
...meanwhile, one national company counters the accusation of failing to carry out kashrut procedures...
...Sichrovsky now reaches into the silent void to elicit stories of the "other" children...
...Dosh's cartoons appear in Maariv, Israel's largest daily, and are regularly reprinted in other publications...
...Jesse Zel Lurie, former editor of Hadas-sah, reacts to our recent article, "Yellow WindóA Whirlwind of Controversy" (November 1987), and proposes a solution to Israel's involvement in the West Bank, in "On My Mind" (p...
...Two presidents of national Jewish organizations debate the issue on p. 18...
...aIn "Rabbi Seeking" (p...
...Wisenberg, a freelance journalist and poet, recently received her master of fine arts degree in fiction writing from the University of Iowa, and teaches liberal arts at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago...
...Upon arriving in the United States with his wife, Tamar, and two small daughters, Stotsenko moved to an apartment two doors away from the MOMENT offices...
...The brother, Rainer, expresses his anger over his father's inability to apologize for the war, while his sister Brigitte adamantly defends their father...
...The illustrations accompanying "Born Guilty" are by Anatol Stotsenko, a recent Soviet Jewish emigre...
...We are pleased to be the first in this country to show his work, which will be published under the name of Anatol Woolf...
...Presented through a trio wisenberg ofvoices, the fictional account focuses on each party's search for the elusive meaning of love and the Divine...

Vol. 13 • March 1988 • No. 1


 
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