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August 04, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-04

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ing and at home. However, if
someone esle comes to a dif-
ferent conclusion, they have
the right to do so. The
Supreme Court says so.
It is apparent the religious
institutions have failed in
this area. But Jewish people
are in more danger if we
allow the government to tell
us what to read, what to
watch or what to do with our
bodies.

Leonard H. Trunsky

W. Bloomfield

Different Routes
For Dexter Bus

A Chris Craft in Charlevoix
named the Dexter Bus is
described by Danny Raskin in

his July 28th column as being
a "memory bringer-backer."
Every morning on my way
to teach at Dexter and Ewald
Circle I'm right behind the
authentic Dexter bus.
The bus is also visible to a
very special group of women
from the National Council of
Jewish Women who choose to
again travel the Dexter bus
route in order to participate
in a "Mitzvah Mission," tutor-
ing students through the
Adopt-a-School project spon-
sored by the Detroit Public
Schools.
Clearly, the Dexter bus can
be "revisited" in different
ways.

Sylvia Druckman

Southfield

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considerable "switching"
from a Jewish marriage to in-
termarriage and vice versa.
About of a third of those who
had married other Jews the
first time find a non-Jewish
partner the second time
around. Over 40 percent of
those who were intermarried
the first time choose a Jewish
partner in the second
m arriage.
The researchers tried to
find associations between the
socio-economic characteristics
of those studied and their
rates of intermarriage and
divorce. Of the factors that
most reduce the likelihood of
divorce among the couples
where both are Jewish, hav-
ing Jewish friends is the most
important. But for those who
are intermarried, having
Jewish friends seems to be an
exacerbating factor in divorce.
The factors most associated
with preventing a first inter-
marriage are having Jewish
friends, higher income,
higher education, and having
some Jewish education in
that order. In second mar-
riages, those with Jewish
friends were not very likely to
intermarry.

The study "casts serious
doubt over the ability of a
great many intermarried
couples to overcome the
hurdles that intermarriage
places in the path of marital
stability." It also challenges
the popular notion within the
community that providing
children with a Jewish educa-
tion will reduce their chances
of intermarriage.
"The study suggests that
Jewish friendship networks
in adulthood, quite apart
from Jewish education in
one's youth, are a far more im-
portant determinant in both
marriage and marital stabili-
ty."

GIP I

LOCAL NEWS

I

Bale JWV Post
Tells Golf Date

The annual golf outing of
PFC. Joseph L. Bale Post,
Jewish War Veterans, has
been re-scheduled for Sept. 18
at Tam O'Shanter Country
Club.
The tournament, scheduled
for June 26, was postponed
due to rain. Original starting
times remain.

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