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November 03, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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Boston (JTA) — Two 19-
year-old men have entered
pleas of not guilty in connec-
tion with a wild night of
painting anti-Semitic and
other racist graffiti
throughout the Boston
suburb of Wellesley on the
eve of Yom Kippur.
Craig Cooper of Wellesley
and Bickford White Jr. of
Natick were arrested after
stakeouts.
The pair were charged
with one count of willful and
malicious destruction of
property. That could change,
however, to 27 counts,
because of the number of
acts of vandalism.
About 90 percent of the
graffiti were pointedly anti-
Semitic, even in areas that
had no tangible connection
to Jewish life, the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith reported.
The men have no connec-
tion to any anti-Semitic, neo-
Nazi or Skinheads group,
said Wellesley detective
Pasquale Cerasuolo. He said
the men had no clue it was
before Yom Kippur.

AZF Backing
Israel Priority

New York — The national
board of the American Zionist
Federation has issued a state-
ment declaring that the
American Jewish community
should focus its resources on
resettling Soviet Jews in
Israel.
Citing housing, education
and vocational training as
areas where particular con-
centration should be expend-
ed, the statement said that
funds should be devoted to
create conditions in Israel for
successful absorption of
immigrants.
"We must recognize that
the community resources
available for Soviet Jewish
resettlement . . . are limited,"
the statement said. "The
Jewish community must
direct these resources in a
way which would serve the
long-term national interests
of world Jewry."

Hadassah Starts
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Jerusalem — Thrminally ill
cancer patients who choose to
spend their last days at home
can now get hospice-like care.
Hadassah has created the
Home Hospice Care Support
Tham Program to help ter-
minal cancer patients and

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