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April 14, 1978 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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it 14, 1978

35

Czech Jewish Community
Population Is Declining

By MAURICE
SAMUELSON

Czechoslovakia is steadily
declining and is now be-
lieved to number about
15,000 compared with the
30,000 registered in the
census of 1950, and the
400,000 who lived in the
country before World War
II.
The present total of about
15,000 can be gauged from a
new report by the Interim-

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tional Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia (ICJC),
stating that last year the
community had between
6,000 and 7,000 registered
adult members.
The report — the rust of
its kind on post-war Jewry
in Czechoslovakia — also
shows that one-third of the
Jews living there in 1968
had since died. The number
of localities in which Jews
reside has also fallen since
1968 — from 193 to 174.
The capital, Prague,
still has the largest
number of registered
congregants — 644 — at
the end of last year com-
pared with 934 in 1968,
followed by Brno with
237 members (295 in
1968); Ostravia with 122
(154 in 1968); and Bratis-
lava with 88 (314 in 1968).
Much of the information
in the ICJC report is culled
from "Vestnik," the official
monthly organ of Czech
Jewry, first launched 40
years ago. Today its readers
include former Czech Jews
living in Western countries.
The latest issue, com-
memorating the 40th an-
niversary of the paper's in-
ception, pays tribute to its
pre-war editors, Gustav
Fleischmann, Dr. Frantisek
Friedmann and Josef Pol-
lack, as well as to its post-
war editor, Dr. Rudolf Iltis,
who died last year.

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