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October 03, 1980 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-03

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26 Friday, October 3, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NY Orthodox School Defaced

NEW YORK (JTA) —
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high school, an Orthodox
Jewish day school on Man-
hattan's Upper East Side,
was defaced after Yom Kip-
pur by supporters of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein,
principal of Ramaz, said
that one-foot-high red slo-
gans were spray-painted on
the Joseph H. Lookstein
Upper School of Ramaz. He
said the slogans read, "Be-
gin Assassin," and "PLO
Lives."

Stamp Exhibition Honored

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Anti-Semitism on Rise in Europe

GENEVA (JTA) — Jews
in this city are expressing
anxiety about their safety
following a spate of anti-
Semitic actions against
cemeteries and synagogues
in Switzerland, France and

Belgium. Several families
here have removed the
mezuzas from their front
doors and parents are cau-
tioning their children not to
wear their Stars of David to
school.

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U.S. 17th District

WILLIAM M. BRODHEAD

who will speak on

"WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR
PRESIDENT CARTER THIS NOVEMBER"

.• Wednesday, October 15, 1980
at 8:30 p.m.

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Southfield, Michigan

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PropOsal WOuld Change
Sexist Terms in Bible

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

Sexist language in the
Bible and prayer of all de-
nominations must be elimi-
nated if women are to
achieve religious equality,
according to the interreli-
gious affairs coordinator for
the American Reform
movement.
The proposal was made at
a recent meeting of the
American Psychological
Association in Montreal by
Annette Daum of New
York, coordinator for the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations (UAHC).
She proposed a "multi-
denominational approach to
reverse the damaging ef-
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women of centuries of Ian-
gauge that misrepresents
women and misleads us as
to the very nature of God."
Despite progress toward
equality of the sexes in reli-
gion, Ms. Daum told the
psychologists, "sexist lan-
guage remains a major
problem, particularly in
seminary training pro-
grams." She said women
seminarians find them-
selves in a "men's club at-
mosphere, studying a body
of literature which is male-
oriented, taught by men,
mostly about men, inter-
preted and translated by
men in language that oozes
with masculine metaphor."
She reported that many
Reform congregations
now use a glossary of
substitute terminology
to help them replace
masculine words and
phrases used in the Re-
form liturgy. She gave
some examples. For the
masculine term "Lord,"
substitutes are God,
Blessed One, Divine, Re-
deemer, Ruler, Protector.
For the masculine term
"Father," substitutions are
Holy One, Most High,
Exalted. For "Abraham,
Isaac and Jacob," substitu-
tions are: Sarah, Rebecca,
Leah and Rachel, ancestors,
forebears, patriarchs and
matriarchs.

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May be Excluded
from ROTC

CHICAGO — A college
student whose Nazi views
have been deemed incom-
patible with public office
may be excluded from the
Army Reserve Officers'
Training Corps, according
to a recent federal appeals
court ruling upholding an
Army decision.
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