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February 03, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TERRY I. BERLIN

Attorney At Law

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phone 353-1474

Winnipeg Community Shrinking and Aging

By BEN GALLOB
(Copyright 1984, .JTA, Inc.)

A demographic analysis
made public by the Win-
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Council tells again what is
by now a familiar story in
the North American Jewish
community: Winnipeg's
Jews are shrinking in
number and growing older.
The latest data is based on
1981 figures.
The council made the
study to help Winnipeg
Jewish organizations and
institutions to plan more ef-
fectively to meet the Jewish
community's future needs.
The study found that the
Jewish population was
shifting from Winnipeg's
north end to its south end,
according to the Winnipeg
Jewish Post.
The study also indicated
that Winnipeg's Jewish
population reached its peak
of 19,376 in 1961 and drop-
ped to 15,355 in 1981. Win-
nipeg's Jewish community
continues to rank as the
third largest in Canada, be-
hind Toronto, which has
123,725 Jews; and
Montreal, with 101,365.
Vancouver's Jewish popula-
tion of 12,865 in 1981 is ex-
pected to top that of Win-
nipeg by 1985.
The number of Win-
nipeg Jews 65 and older
increased to 3,780 in 1981
from 2,905 ten years ear-
lier, a growth rate of
nearly 25 percent. In con-
trast, it was reported,
only about 10 percent of
Canada's total popula-
tion was 65 and over in
1981.
Evelyn Katz, chairperson
for the study, said the data
indicated a "dramatic
exodus" of young Jews. In
1971, the number of Win-
nipeg Jews aged 15 to 24
was 3,300. Ten years later,
the same generation was of
child-bearing age — 25 to 34
— but its numbers had
dropped about 40 percent to
less than 2,000.
She said a follow-up "at-
titudinal survey" will help
to determine why so many
younger Jews are leaving

Winnipeg. Katz suggested
that the exodus was partly
because large numbers of
younger Winnipeg Jews
leave for postgraduate
study and do not come back.
The data also shows that
the exit of the younger Jews
from Winnipeg can be
traced as far back as the
1941 Canadian census and
that the rate of loss has in-
creased with each succeed-
ing census.

Friday, February 3, 1984 17

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BELGRADE (JTA) — A
young Jewish writer from
Belgrade, David Albahari,
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pient for the year 1983 of
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ous literary prize, the An-
dric Award, the World
Jewish Congress reported.
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only Yugoslav Nobel liter-
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vvinner of the prize in 1961.
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writer who achieves high
standards in short story
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