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March 22, 1968 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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Philadelphia Jewish Agency Notes Increase in Unmarried Mothers

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
Philadelphia County Court has re-
ported that more than 80 per cent
of Jewish unwed mothers who
place their babies for adoption in
Philadelphia do so through t h e
Association for Jewish Children.
Dr. Earl S. Scott, association
president, said that the girls use
the association's program of ser-
vice to unwed mothers. This in-
cludes pre-natal a n d post-natal

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care, living arrangements during
pregnancy, medical care and
counseling.

Jewish Children is the best
way."
Dr. Scott said that the associa-

Last year, 94 such un w e d
mothers were aided by the asso-
ciation, the largest number in its
history. They represent a cross-
section of the Jewish community,
including high school, college and
graduate students, women in the
professions, girls working in offi-
ces and factories and divorced
women. They ranged in age from
16 to 34 and at least half of them
were under 20. Most of them give
up their babies for adoption.
Joseph L. Taylor, the agency's
executive director, said that the
time was gone "when we could
ignore the problem of the unwed
mother. The number of girls who
find themselves pregnant and
unmarried is increasing. Fam-
ilies must face the issue and
help their daughters and friends
to find the best way to cope with
their situations. We feel that
coming to the Association for

tion's services to the unwed mother
"is unique in that it is a central-
ized program designed to provide,
insofar as possible, through one
agency and under the manage-
ment of one caseworker, all ser-
vices that an unwed mother might
need." He noted that the agency
provides living arrangements in an
agency foster home or in a ma-
ternity home prior to the infant's
birth and pre-natal medical care
with a private doctor if the girl is
not living in a maternity home.

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Priest and Rabbi
in College Dialogue

SAINT MEINRAD, Ind.—A dia-
logue between two of the young
and brilliant theologians of Christ-
ianity and Judaism, one a German
Catholic scholar and the other an
American rabbinic-religious his-
torian, will take place at Saint
Meinrad School of Theology, March
25-28.
Father Johannes B. Metz, pro-
fessor of fundamental theology and
dean of the Catholic Theological
Faculty of the University of Mun-
ster, and Dr. Arthur Hertzberg,
lecturer i n history a t Columbia
University a n d rabbi of Temple
Emanu El, Englewood, N.J., will
examine in an ongoing four-day
dialogue various aspects of the
theme "Religion and the Modern
World: Jewish and Christian Per-
spectives."
Plans for the unprecedented
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Father Adrian Fuerst, dean of the
chool of Theology,
Saint
H. Tanenbaum,
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Rabbi Hertzberg will present three
papers during the colloquium. Both
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spective Christian and Jewish per-
spectives on the following themes:
Father Metz: Paper I—"Christ-
ian Responsibility for the Planning
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World."
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