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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 17, 1964, Indianapolis, IndianaKosher Horn mfr Zehles for the next few weeks the National jewish Post will do a series in depth of a intermarriage Quot the new Book by or. Albert i. Gordon published by Beacon press Boston. Three years in preparation the Book delves into one of the major problems facing american jewry today. Or. Gordon is a rabbi Temple Emanuel Newton Centre mass and a former director of the United synagogue of America conservative. He holds a . In social anthropology and an . In sociology. He has also written a jews in transition and a jews in future instalments in the series will include factors which appear to increase or reduce intermarriage comparisons of attitudes of jewish Catholic and protestant College students on intermarriage a comparison of the official attitudes of the major religious groups including differences within Judaism personal histories of jews in interracial marriages and the author s own attitude on intermarriage. By Wayne Brasler first of a series st. Louis to a intermarriage has won the attention of countless meetings seminars Magazine articles fiction pieces films preachers sermons and parents lectures but not until or. Albert i. Gordon s a intermarriage Quot a Book published by Beacon press at Boston has a truly extensive and easily understood Survey of the topic been available. Or. Gordon moreover has liberally peppered his Book with Case histories which dramatically illustrate some stories behind the facts and figures. As a rabbi sociologist and Parent or. Gordon wrote it would have been unfair for him to suggest he could approach his subject empirically. A let the Reader beware of that Book whose author insists that he is completely objective a he advised. All that 1 can say is that i have attempted to present my views As honestly and As objectively As possible. A if one believes As i do that organized religion benefits human beings and helps to keep a distinct set of values alive and meaningful then the loss of a single adherent to the Faith is a loss to religion. Intermarriage May not necessarily be the Promise of a brighter Day to rabbi Gordon referred to three types of intermarriage marriage Between persons whose religious racial or ethnic background is or was different before or after marriage As follows inter ethnic marriage which involves persons of the same religion and color but different National and cultural backgrounds As Between an Irish Catholic and italian Catholic. Interfaith marriage which is Between persons born or reared in families identified with different religions. The marriage is Friday april 17, 1964 the National jewish Post and opinion More social Intercourse intermarriage cause a a mixed if both parties continue to identify with their separate religions rather than one convert to the others. Interracial marriage which is Between persons of different races. Inter ethnic marriage is according to or. Gordon a references most common while interracial is least frequent in the United states. There Are indications he pointed out that All three forms of intermarriage Are on the upswing apparently in relation to the increased number of College students in this country four per cent in 1900, 35 per cent in 1956, and an estimated 45 per cent by 1966. A one out of every three High school graduates in 1961 was enrolled in an institution of higher learning a or. Gordon wrote. A it is estimated that by 1970, the number of jewish students attending colleges and universities will grow from the present figure of 300,000 to 400,000. One third of the students graduating from Leigh schools Are jewish two thirds of them enrol in some school of higher education. The number in increasing annually. According to a Hillel Survey he reported jewish youths More than any other continue with University education a the attitudes of american Young people particularly those who Are College and University students has markedly changed with respect to intermarriage a or. Gordon said. Parental family religious social and racial barriers and controls have been lowered since world War ii he pointed out. More women Are attending More coeducational colleges and universities. A fall these factors tend to increase the opportunities for social Intercourse and the Opportunity for intermarriage among american University students is thereby increased or. Gin Den wrote. A your own evidence gathered by sampling University Stu Dent opinion in 40 universities throughout the country located in nine census areas and representing All kinds and types of schools and schooling supports this thesis. The study makes Clear too that the More a Liberal attitudes held by these Young people today is not noticeably regional in character but with one exception nor is it directly associated with youth of one kind of Church or synagogue As compared with another. The non denominational character of americans College youth is becoming increasingly it is rabbi Gordon a hypothesis that intermarriage will increase particularly in the inter ethnic area in the United states because of increased College attendance elimination a in school and out a of religious differences and distinctions change in status of coloured nations and the american negro decrease in parental authority and apparent weakening of family ties and a the attitude of an increasing number of parents who Are less militant and More permissive than formerly with respect to intermarriage in any of its forms with the possible exception of the jewish people a next week factors which appear to increase or reduce intermarriage Miami Beach labor statesman today organized labor is taken for granted As a Force in american life. Yet it is barely 78 years since Samuel Gompers was selected As the first president of the newly founded american federation of labor. Samuel Gompers knew poverty at first hand As a child in London. His father a Cigar maker was hard put to make ends meet for his family. Samuel too became a Cigar maker to help eke out the family income. When he was thirteen he emigrated with his family to the United states. Conditions among workers in the United Stales in 1863 were appalling. Samuel Gompers joined the Cigar makers Union. His education began. A natural Leader he was soon participating in Ever Quot phase of Union activity. Learning through trial and error Gompers became one of the first advocates of Craft unionism the labor philosophy which was to dominate the labor movement for fifty years. Samuel Gompers was in the Vanguard of the fight for the eight hour Day for Union recognition he was prominent in the Battle against sweatshops and Low wages company unions and anti labor injunctions. Gompers became a National Force. Under his leadership the american federation of labor became the largest Union in the world with a membership of five million in 1924. A a. _ during world War i Gompers mobilized labor behind the american War Effort. In 1918, president Wilson appointed him to the commission for International labor legislation. The measure of Samuel p. Lor1llard company Gompers unique achievement is the fact established 1760 that even today his name is synonymous first with he finest cigarette a with organized labor. Through Lorillard research. Of r a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a v a a a a memorial tablets 1 trophies a 30% discount r bulletin boards 1 15% discount f donor tablets architectural Bronze and aluminium corp. 3638 to of if of o v �_o__o_0 it of a it of w. Oakton Skokie 111
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