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he worked as a bicycle mechan-
ic, but the town got too big for
him and he now earns a living in
various national parks in Alas-
ka and the Lower 48.
Manning the tour desk at the
Denali Park Hotel, William "B
Jay" James makes an arresting
appearance with his luxuriant
black beard, multi-colored
yarmulke and Magen David dan-
gling from his neck.
The son of a gentile father and
Jewish mother, B Jay grew up
non-religious in Topeka, Kan.
Now 38, he decided some years
ago that he would become an Or-
thodox Jew and embarked on a
self-directed program of studies.
He works in national parks
the year around, from Lake
Tahoe and Death Valley in Cal-
ifornia to the Grand Canyon and
as a canoe guide in Minnesota.
Keeping kosher and observing
the Jewish holidays is not easy,
but he has a stack of canned tuna
in reserve and is heavily into sal-
ads. As a Jewish population of
one, for Yom Kippur, he hikes
into the back country, pitches his
tent and conducts his personal
Does his unusual appearance
elicit any comments from fellow
workers or visitors? Not at all, he
says, "I get a very positive reac-
tion from people, especially if
they are from New York or Flori-
If Anchorage is the center of
Alaskan Jewry, Juneau is the
place to link up with real do-it-
yourself Judaism at the grass-
In the state's capital city, pop-
ulation 29,000, there is no rabbi,
no synagogue, no community
center, only some determined
Jewish families and singles who
wish to perpetuate their heritage,
says Mary-Claire Tarlow Bern-
stein, a leading community ac-
Compared to the bleak Jewish
situation she found 11 years ago,
when she moved from Berkeley
to Juneau as a newlywed, there
have been considerable forward
"We have monthly Shabbat
services in private homes, al-
though conducting them remains
a challenge," she tells a guest in
her comfortable home. "We are
a very young group, the kids run
around, and we're not experts on
the order of service."
Mrs. Bernstein says that
about 40 families and 10 singles
participate in Jewish activities,
each paying $150 in annual dues,
and she guesses that there are
an additional 100 to 150 unaffil-
iated Jews in the city. She and
her husband, Pete, who owns a
marine supply store, are among
the five or six couples in which
both partners are born Jews.
Only half of the Jewish commu-
nity board members are Jewish.
Another problem is that
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