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March 12, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Unit Cites Communication Gap
with Singles and Intermarrieds

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

More effective communi-
cation and sensitivity to the
needs of Jewish singles and
mixed married couples were
among the recommenda-
tions to Jewish communal
leadership by four experts
on Jewish family life who
spoke in New York at a
symposium sponsored by
the American Con-
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gress.
The experts were Dr.
Chaim Waxman, associate
professor of sociology at
Rutgers University; Rabbi
Karen Fox, director of the
New Jersey-West Hudson
Valley of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations (UAHC); Dr. Isaac
Hershkopf, a psychiatrist
and New York University
Medical School faculty
member; and Diane Leven-
berg, author and poetry
coordinator at the AJCon-
gress Martin Steinberg
center.
Waxman noted that the
birth rate among American
Jews continues to drop, dec-
laring that the average
number of children per
Jewish couple is now down
to 1.67 — below the re-
placement level of 2.2 sup-
ported by population control
advocates.
Fox said interfaith
couples should be en-
couraged to join the
synagogue, become ac-
tive members of the con-
gregation, and raise their
children as Jews "not
only for the survival of
the Jewish community,
but also for the personal
satisfaction that being
Jewish can give an indi-

vidual."
Hershkopf pointed out
the irony of the fact that the
sense of security Jews feel
as members of American
society has contributed to
the weakening of Jewish
ties. While Levenberg prop-
osed that Jewish institu-
tions reach out more effec-
tively to single Jews, adding
that as a family oriented en-
tity, Judaism has neglected
the steadily growing
number of single people.

Friday, March 12, 1982 5

Israeli Missile Batteries to Be 'Updated'

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael is not seeking to buy
new Hawk anti-aircraft
missile batteries from the
U.S., according to a Defense
Ministry Official, but sim-
ply to update the obsoles-
cent batteries it has posses-
sed for years.
The spokesman was re-
sponding to a Pentagon an-
nouncement Tuesday that it
intends to sell Israel 200
improved- Hawk mobile
anti-craft missiles. The an-
nouncement appeared cal-
culated to reduce Congres-

sional opposition to the
proposed sale of mobile
Hawk batteries to Jordan.
The Israeli spokesman
stressed that the new Hawk
missiles would represent a
qualitative, not quantita-
tive improvement in Israel's
air defense system.

The Pentagon an-
nouncement said the $47
million sale would "sup-
plement" Israel's current
supply of Hawk missiles
"ensuring an adequate war
reserve and adequate mis-

siles for annual training re-
quirements."


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Students Hurt
in Nablus Rift

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
Palestinian high school
students were wounded by
Israeli soldiers during a
melee in Nablus Saturday.
One, with a bullet in his
stomach, underwent
surgery and was reported to
be out of danger. The other
was hit in the leg.
According to an army
spokesman, the soldiers
fired into the air to break up
a stone-throwing demonst-
ration protesting the con-
tinued shutdown of Bir Zeit
University.
The spokesman said an
investigation of the incident
proved that the soldiers had
acted strictly in accordance
with standing orders on the
use of fire arms to protect
themselves.
Meanwhile, nine Israeli
academicians were de-
tained by the military gov-
ernment last Friday for at-
tending a rally , in
Bethlehem on behalf of Bir
Zeit University. They were
released on bail.

German Rebuked
for Taking Side
of Neo - Nazis

BONN (JTA) — Henrich
Lummer, a Senator in the
West Berlin legislature, is
under fire for publicly ex-
pressing regret that the Al-
lies have banned the neo-
Nazi National Democratic
Party (NPD) from West Ber-
lin. •
The three opposition par-
ties in the city and the trade
union movement are de-
manding the resignation of
the 49-year-old Christian
Democratic Union (CDU)
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