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August 28, 1981 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, August 28, 1981

Shrinking Czech Jewry Remains Optimistic

PRAGUE — Despite
heavy odds against it,
Czechoslovakia's Jewish
community, small and
shrinking, aging and lead-
erless for the past 10 years,
is determined it will not

disappear, Reuters' corre-
spondent Colin McIntyre
cabled from Prague.
McIntyre's cable, pro-
vided by the International
Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia stated:

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"Once a thriving and in-
tellectually rich community
of more than 350,000, one of
the oldest in Europe, it is
now reduced to 6,000 active
members at an average age
of 65 to 70, according to
Jewish leaders here.
"The total number of
Jews in the country is esti-
mated at between 12,000 to
14,000, they said. Of the
50,000 who survived the
Nazi death camps, many
left the country during the
anti-Semitic campaigns of
the 1950s, whilst others
emigrated in 1968 after ac-
cusations that Jews had
played a prominent role in
the short-lived movement
that was crushed by Soviet
tanks.
"A handful of young
people are active, but the
knowledge that top jobs
and university places are
rarely given to those
actively involved in reli-
gion is a major deter-
rent."
"Western predictions that
the community will disap-
pear within 20 years are
disputed by Dr. Desider
Galsky, who took over as
head of the Bohemian and
Moravian community last
November.
"In 20 years, there
may be fewer members than
now, but the community
will still be there,' Dr.
Galsky, a former writer and
journalist, said, adding that
many Jews wait until re-
tirement before declaring
themselves members of the
community to take an
active part.
"According to Jewish
sources, there are also a few
`protest conversions' to
Judaism.
" lay main task is to show
the world that we are still
here,' Dr. Galsky said. 'We
want visitors to know that
there is a Jewish commu-
nity with a long and rich
tradition still functioning
after 1,000 years.' "
According to the Re-

March of Dimes
Golf Tournament
Slated Sept. 29

Area golfers will have the
opportunity to spend the af-
ternoon of Sept. 29 with Ar-
nold Palmer and members
of the Detroit Lions by par-
ticipating in the March of
Dimes-NFL Players Asso-
ciation Celebrity Golf
Classic at Indianwood
Country Club in Lake Or-
ion.
Details on tickets as well
as sponsorship oppor-
tunities and golf participa-
tion_ are available through
IndianwOod Country Club,
639-9100, or the March of
Dimes, 864-6000.

Dems Plan
Mideast Tour

WASHIVGTON — The
Democratic National Com-
mittee is planning a tour of
Egypt and Israel in De-
cember, according to
Newsweek magazine. The
committee hopes to raise at
least $1 million from the
tour.

uters correspondent,
Jewish leaders are hop-
ing for something of a re-
vival when the country's
new rabbi, Daniel Meyer,
completes his training at
the Budapest rabbinical
college in 1984.
"One of the strongest
arguments for the survival
of the Jewish community,
particularly in Prague, is
that Czechoslovakia's
Communist government is
interested in it — if for no
other reason because it is
good for tourism. The
authorities provide funds
for the upkeep of the ancient
sites and relics, and give
other assistance enabling
the community to exist.
"Relations between the
Jewish community and the
Ministry of Religion which
looks after religious mat-
ters, are very correct," Dr.
Galsky told Reuters. "Basi-
cally, these relations de-
pend on the state of U.S.-
Soviet relations. When
these are good, it is good for
all people, including our-
selves."

As in nature, as in art, so the brighter it sparkles; and
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well as stones, their luster. view but to perfect his
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