cials is impermissible; so are co-
ercive invitations to prayer.
In a letter that accompanied
the guidelines, Education Secre-
tary Richard Riley reiterated the
church-state arguments that
have made this a top issue for
"The letter struck exactly the
right tone — a balance between
the free expression rights of stu-
dents and 'establishment clause'
concerns," said Mark Pelavin,
Washington representative for
the American Jewish Congress.
Mr. Pelavin played a major role
in shaping a document by reli-
gious and church-state groups
that became the basis for the ad-
ministration's approach to the
school prayer controversy.
;11.oups like the American Jew-
i3h Congress and the Anti-
Defamation League are now
working with local affiliates to
make sure school administrators
and teachers understand the new
guidelines, which do not carry the
force of law. El
In Bomb Plot
Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli police
arrested a Jerusalem man who
allegedly planned to blow up an
Arab bus and set off a car bomb
in an Arab village.
Gil Dahari, 25, was arrested
after he told an undercover police
officer of his plans.
Police said Mr. Dahari, who
works as a building inspector for
the Interior Ministry, had no af-
filiations with Jewish extremist
Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli police
have arrested two Palestinians
accused of being involved in sep-
arate stabbing attempts on bor-
der police in Jerusalem.
Both attempts took place near
Likud Knesset member Ariel
Sharon's apartment in the Mus-
lim Quarter of the Old City.
In the first incident, a 21-year-
old Palestinian from the Ramal-
lah area was overpowered after
he allegedly stabbed a border po-
liceman with a large kitchen
The policeman's protective
gear prevented any serious harm,
and he suffered only light scratch-
es to his hand.
In the second incident, a 43-
year-old woman was accused of
trying to stab another border po-
lice officer after she was asked to
She was also subdued and
taken in for questioning.
Jerusalem police officials said
they did not think the two inci-
dents were connected.
seniors may not
work full time is no
reason to ignore our
ence and wisdom.
For example, I
developed a Tots N
Teens chapter in my
former home of
lived in Michigan
now since 1981, and
it's my impression that the Southfield City Council
needs to draw upon seniors' expertise. Sharkey
1-laddad has the power to cultivate our talents on
behalf of Southfield. This man's accomplishments
are proof of his outstanding diversity: He's
involved with everything from the NAACP... the
Southfield Public Schools' Strategic Planning
Team ... to the International Lions Club!"
two thirds of the tax
base in Southfield,
so we depend upon
strong leadership in
become our silent
has spent his entire
adult life working
on behalf of
business and the community. We need a strong
communicator and decision maker in Southfield
government to represent us. Sharkey's experience
with Jewish Vocational Services, New Detroit, and
the Oakland County Community and Minority
Affairs Council is a testament to his continued
interest in business. Sharkey Haddad is the ONLY
candidate that I am endorsing for Southfield City
Martin W. Hollander, CPA
Hollander, Ellison & Associates-, RC.
"Southfield is an
cultural city with
a wide variety of
is a leader
sensitive to the
uniqueness of all
groups. We have
seen him live it out on the Southfield-Lathrup
Multicultural Coalition, with the Ecumenical
Institute for Jewish and Christian Studies, and while
working on the Anti-Defamation League's World of
Difference Program. We know of no one who can
move among Southfield's many groups with more
under-standing and trust than Sharkey Haddad. He is
our friend and neighbor -- an important bridge builder
in this city."
The Rev. Douglas L. Harris
The Rev. Carol McVetty
First Baptist Church of Detroit
Alexander Bailey, Ph.D.
Harry Barash Roy Bell Ann Benderoti Meyer "Mike" Beresh May A. Berkley The Hon. Maxine Berman
Robert Brown. Esq.
Paul L. Cooper The Hon..Peter Cristiano
Gary Demhs Mark Dickow, Esq. Dennis Frank Frances George Michael J. George Andrea Gordon
Andrew L. Gutman Susan Haddad David Hakim, Esq. Shamil E. Halabu, Esq. The Rev. Douglas L. Harris
Benjamin H. Hodge. III Albert Harman Gerald W. Holcomb Margaret Holcomb Martin W. Hollander, CPA
The Hon. Geraldine ".teddy" Hood Jack !den Shirley !den Laurence R. !merman, Esq. Miriam 'merman
• Shelly Korner Jackier Ronnie Jamil Lisa Kaplan Sidney Kaplan Steven Kaplan, Esq. Burt S. Kassab, Esq.
• • Judith Kovach Lobenthal Carol Loussia
Isadore "Izzy" Malin
The I Ion. Pamela McCullough The Rev. Carol McVetty Arnold Michlin Ghalib Mona Sam Mona Bill Nabers
':0 Linda Nabers
The Hon. Gerald Naltaly
Wassim E. Nona. M.D.
Barbara Nusbaum Irving Nusbaum
:'. Dennis Papazian The Hon. Lawrence Pernick
Karen A. Peterson The Hon. Nancy Quarles
The Hon; Eli Robinson Zelda Robinson Michael Saral'a Beverly Segal Merton Sega! Leo Sklar Libby Sklar '.1
Max Sosin Carol Thomas Jeannie Weiner Roslyn Weisz Robert Willis. Esq. Larry Woodberg Brian Yaldoo
Sabah Yaldoo Nabby Yono Sam Yono
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