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Page 4, HERITAGE, Flodda Jewish News, May 18, 1979 OL !, No. 9 A magazine for Jewish € s, MAY 1979 / Peace Has Come To Israel and Egypt "Peace has come to Israel and to Egypt!" said President Jimmy C,,rter, after the Peace Treaty had been signed on March 26, 1979. After 16 months of hard work and long discussions, President Anwar eI-Sadat of Egypt and Prime Minister Menachem Begin of Israel signed the agreement to make peace be- tween their countries! JERUSALEM: THE OF THE EARTH In the Bible, Jerusalem is called "the joy of earth." The love of the Jewish people for ways been an important part of our religion. Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek, said, "This beautiful the heart and soul of the Jewish people. without heart and soul. If you want one simple for all of Jewish history, that word would be The Jewish people were separated from our soul", from 1948 to 1967. During that time, divided in half. The "old city" was controlled by "new city" was in Israel. In June, 1967, Israel ancient part of Jerusalem and promised that it be lost again. Jerusalem would not only be the C Israel, but also the capital of the Jewish people asit: for thousands of years. For more than 30 years, the Arab countries and Israel have been enemies. The) have fought against each other in five wars. This is the first time that any Arab country has been willing to even discuss the idea of peace with Israel. And now, a peace treaty has been signed! What does peace mean to Israel? Menachem Begin said, "Peace is the beauty of life. It is sunshine. It is the smile of a child; the love of a mother, the joy of a father, the togetherness of a family ... peace to you. Shalom, salaam (peace) forever." Why did Noah put a bell around Ihe cow's neck? • Because her horn didn't work! by Michael Geller, 64 Denver, Colorado by Ariana Remick, Age 12 Pacific Palisades, California WORD FIND Find and circle the words listed below. They can go across or upand down - and some are spelled backwards! To remember our promise to keep Jerusalem to celebrate our return to Jerusalem, we have It is called Yom Yerushalayim - Jerusalem brated on the 28th of the Hebrew month lyar, 25th this year. CHA G SAMEACH - Happy Jerusalem MEA SHEARIM YAD KNESSET V'SHEM MONTEFIORE FALAFEL WINDMILL DEAD JERUSALEM SEA A =,,...-. SHRINE SCROLLS BOOK MT. HEBREW OLIVES E _/ UNIVERSITY DAVID'S --'l" KOTEL TOMB .1_ T M E  S II E A R I M T S G F S I) I ,' A I) E K () () I , S II R I N E A S X I, N R S E I' N I V E R S 1 T Y E B T O M B I) V S H E M N R !, S I, i, () R C S F A K E E I" I, I, ! M !) N 1 W A W T I, E F A L A F O P SECRET CODE Each of these symbols stands for a letter in the Mal,.h the symbol to the letter and write the blank. 9;hen you arc through, you'll know the S T () I 1 V E S Y U R L P 1 K M E I, A F U .R E J G A © A 3nswer on ,je S,O • • 00000• • 0•000• OOOeeeO • • •0 • • 00• 0•000•000 • 0•000 • • • • • • • 00 • 000 •0 • • • • • • • 0•0 • • 0000 • • • 0000• 000 • • • • • • •00 • 0000•0 •0 " ChiMren's @ • • On TV Special "Fern, the Red Deer" for home across Mr. again. Mr. Gordon setS her and Fern seems her end. However, Torn rescue the frightened dee set her free on the moor. ready to return to the learned her most imp to fear man. "Fern, the Red Dee r'is by the Children's Film Fo non-profit organization, London and dedicated to children's entc without violence. "Fern, the Red Deer," a special animal story for children, will be shown this month. In Orlando on Channel 24, it will be shown on Sat., May 19, 8 p.m. In the Bay area, Channel 16 will show the program on Wed., May 23, ! i a.m. and Channel 3 on Sat., May 26, 7 p.m. Beautifully filmed on England's Exmoor, "Fern, the Red Deer"shows how an orphaned girl, Belinda, from the city, unhappy at having to live with an aunt and uncle on a remote farm, warms to an orphan red-deer calf, found by the farmer's younger son, Tom. The deer-calf forms a bond between the two cousins as they fight together for her survival. Soon, Fern is eaing well and growing steadily, though her instinctive curiosity leads her into all sorts of trouble. When Fern is fully grown, it becomes apparent that a wild deer cannot remain forever in the domesticated atmosphere of a farm. Tom and Belinda take her to the far side of the moors so Fern can join the deer herds. But Fern has other ideas and heads • • 00 •• • • •• • • • • • • • • • 00 • • • • • • • • 0•000 • •00 • • • @ • • • 00 • • • • • • • 0•• 00 • • • • • • •0 • 00 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 0• • • • • • • • 00 • • • 00