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of religiously a subject in print, are series of case It he summer issue of Tense," quarterly Published by the Committee, alticle titled "Half- or Later the Up," Paula writer, vignettes of parental Her subjects includ two men, two women, and a 14- year-old girl. The adults range in age from the early 20s to middle 30s. They come from widely different geographical areas in the United States -- two from New York City, and one each from Baltimore, Salt Lake City, and Santa Monica, Calif. Despite their differences in life styles, and despite the fact that only one of the five subjects -- the 14-year-old girl /vLs. Span -- is actively involved in Point of acknow- Jewish religious observance t "fNe interviews all of them indicated a desire I.tute for a real to retain an identification with oru' However, she Judaism on an ethnic level if that "these stories, not on a religious one. 0nal litanies of Even the least Jewishly Or attachment, identified of the group -- a 24- or indifference, year-old New York woman, a or bewilderment highly successful producer of ate one way to television commercials, the World of the half- child of a Catholic mother and a Jewish father -- who Presents U.S. Financial Needs (JTA) -- take into consideration the sed the United consequence of this analysis, bUdgetarydeficit the burden of the Israeli 3.45 billion in national debts and the Year but has not problems of our economy in any Specific general." ' aid at this time, 1. , J Unced here by I iVan,Director I  I estimated short- , I fiscal year I t. 1, 1980 to | 'nomic attache |  I bassy. 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Florida 32750 ') 834-6663 Religious Mixed Marriages and Children HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. Friday. September 21, 1979, Page A.11 keeps me somewhat detach- ed, too. I'm not one or the other of anything." Nevertheless, he added: "1 always felt part of Judaism. I think it had to do with Jews turning out so many brilliant scholars and artists. They were such a pre-eminent force in this society and in others I saw. I was proud to say I was Jewish." A journalist in Santa Monica, the daughter of a Jewish mother and a declared that in his early youth he had been a sort of bi- religious person, celebrating the religious holidays of both his Jewish mother and his Southern Baptist father, although he attended Hebrew school three days a week and was bar mitzvah "to appease grandfather." His break with all religion came, he stated, when he began to study science at a technical high school. "1 couldn't bring the two things together," he declared. Special to HERITAGE Protestant father, is.described Discussing his life today, by NLs. Span as "comfortable and his relationships with his III I with, even a little proud of, the nj intermarried family, he continuing contradiction of said: claimed that Judaism City. her lineage." "1 get intothese arguments "doesn't make a different in Acknowledging that Jewish "rye always wanted to break with my relatives about being terms ofanythingldo," added: law maintains that religious away from stereotypes," the Jewish. My argument is that "1 still consider myself identification stems from the joumalistsaid,"andlthinkrve you have to specify being Jewish." matriarchal line, and that it come to like it this way. I can't ethnically Jewish or religiously The one other subject would therefore reject his be the Jewish princess and I Jewish. 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