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December 19, 1986 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-19

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Gail Gales advises Seymour Pritikin on a Hebrew assignment.

.

that "Today's average Jewish
parent puts religious educa-
tion very low on their list of
priorities. If there is an in-
convenience involved on their
behalf, the child will not
attend Sunday school. Those
that do go are not always
having the ideals learned at
school reinforced at home."
Clearly, American Jews

must struggle on two fronts
for the continuance of He-"'
brew and Judaic studies. One
struggle is against public
school administrators' belief
that there is a "lack of inter-
est" in studying the Hebrew
language. The other, perhaps
more symptomatic, is Jewish
apathy toward Hebrew and
Jewish learning. ❑

Boesky Ends Ties
With Jewish Causes

New York (JTA) — Ivan
Boesky, the financier fined
$100 million by the Securities
and Exchange Commission
for insider trading of stocks,
has removed himself and his
funds from the Jewish corn-
munity here, according to re-
cent Jewish press reports.
The day before announce-
ment of the fine, the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America received word from
Boesky that he was resigning
from the seminary board and
as president of the seminary
library corporation. He also
withdrew his and his wife
Seema's name from the
library. Boesky reportedly
had pledged $2 million for the
library, completed in 1983.
He also has resigned from
the board of the UJA-
Federation here, its council of
overseers and campaign lead-
ership. He twice chaired the
UJA-Federation joint
campaign.
He also has resigned from
the boards of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Council, as a
special adviser on Jewish af-

fairs to the Republican Na-
tional Committee and finance
director of the National
Jewish Coalition, a group
supportive of the Republican
Party. He withdrew his
$750,000 pledge to the
planned Center for Jewish
Life at Princeton University.
Both the university and
local UJA-Federation officials
say the loss of his pledges will
not deter their fund-raising
efforts. A UJA-Federation
leader said he doubted the
agency would have to return
any contributions, since it's
unclear what portion of the
contribution, if any, was ob-
tained by Boesky illegally.





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