: [Cz-L] Cemetery

From: Hardy Breier <hardy3_at_bezeqint.net>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2014 03:26:07 -0700
To: "'David Glynn'" <glynn_at_spontini.co.uk>, "'czernowitz-l'" <czernowitz-l_at_list.cornell.edu>
Reply-To: "Hardy Breier" <hardy3_at_bezeqint.net>

The Jews of today are old and left behind and will not volunteer
for anything. The young and prosperous hide their jewishness.
This is incomparable to the situation of Jewish life before the war.
Many Jewish philanthropists, Zionist, Socialist organizations
Different story,
  Today they are old and grim and different.
     Not cut of the old material.
       And destitute,
    There are some rich. These who rebuilt the Korn Shul.
       They live in Israel.

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[mailto:bounce-118206455-3499476_at_list.cornell.edu] David Glynn
: Tuesday, October 14, 2014 3:36 PM
: czernowitz-l
: [Cz-L] Cemetery

I am certainly under the impression that the present-day Jews of Czernowitz
are not particularly interested in maintaining the cemetery. (Or is this
unfair?) Why is this? Does this all derive from the each person for
himself mentality of Communist times, as Mimi suggests? Communism was a
long time ago now, have people there not grown out of this mentality yet? I
find it surprising that none of the citys Jews volunteer to do any work in
the cemetery.


From: Miriam Taylor
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2014 3:38 PM
To: Hardy Breier
Cc: 'cornel fleming' ; 'Czernowitz Genealogy and History'
Subject: Re: ?????: [Cz-L] KORNSHIL

If the Jews in town do not take care of the cemetery, because living
under Communism
they became used to "each person for himself", why should the
converts be different?

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