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January 26, 1968 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-26

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N. Y. Board to Train

13-G Defends Contract With DeGaulle

`Mental Health Aides'

NEW YORK (JTA)—A demon-
stration training program, devel-
oped by the Jewish Board of Guard-
ians of New York, designed to train
volunteers to act as "mental health
aides" in providing essential serv-
ices to children and families in
crisis was strated last week. Ten
women volunteers from a cross-
section of New York City's social
agencies began attending the pro-
gram sessions.
The program is being conducted
by the department of volunteers of
the JBG, with the support of Mrs.
Florence M. Kelly, administrative
judge of the New York City Family
Court, and the New York City Di-
rector of probation, John A. Wal-
lace.
Each woman taking part was rec-
omended by the agency she serves
as a volunteer and to which she
expects to return in a volunteer
capacity after her training.
The volunteer will be equipped
for three basic tasks. She will serve
as a social work aid, offering a
helping hand in crisis situations.
She will serve as a court resource
in helping the probation depart-
ment to collect information needed
to devise a plan for the child and
the family. Finally, the volunteer
will learn to be a client resource
by providing a referral service to
help the children and their families
to get assistance with problems not
directly related to their court ap-
pearance.

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Former
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
has reacted angrily to criticism
in government circles and in the
press of the private corre-
spondence he conducted in Decem-
ber with President de Gaulle of
France. In a letter published in
the daily Haaretz, Ben-Gurion de-
clared "this is a free country and
I can write to whomever I want
and whatever I think is right."
Ben-Gurion, who had long main-
tained friendly contact with de
Gaulle, wrote to him on Dec. 6 to
express his dismay over de
Gaulle's Nov. 27 press conference
statements castigating the Jew-
ish people and the state of Israel.
De Gaulle replied on Dec. 31 that
he had not intended to disparage
the Jews when he characterized
them as "an elite people, sell
assured and domineering." But he
still maintained that Israel had
started last June's war against the
advice of France. The exchange of
letters was made public by Ben-
Gurion here last week and, sim-
ultaneously, by the French govern-
ment in Paris. The former Israel
prime minister was criticized by
Foreign Minister Eban and by
various newspapers for conducting
private correspondence with a for-
eign chief of state on a matter as
de Gaulle's denunciation of Israel.
Ben-Gurion replied, in his letter
in Haaretz, that he did not need
the foreign office's advise on whom
to write to and what to write. "We
do not live—in any case up to now
and I hope in the future as well
—under a dictatorial Communist
or Fascist regime and any citizen
can write and talk as he pleases
without censorship," Ben-Gurion
wrote.
Congressman Protests
Administration Decision
to Send Tanks to Jordan
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rep.
Edward J. Gurney, Fla. Rep., pro-
tested against administration plans
to supply Patton tanks to Jordan
to replace armor lost in the Six-
Day War. The former tank force
officer pointed out that "Jordan
is still cooperating with the Uni-
fied Arab Command in Cairo
which is advised and guided by
Soviet military officers."
Expressing opposition to the re-
arming of "a nation which has help-

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faith."

Predict End of French Arms Embargo

reported Saturday.
(Continued from Page One)
(The Washington Post reported
within 30 days, and permit the
delivery of the 50 Mirage V jet from Paris that Lebanon has pur-
fighter-bombers Israel has on or- chased 12 combat jet fighter planes
der, the London Daily Telegraph in France and that Lebanese pilots
were receiving training in France
to handle the craft. The paper said
`CCNY' to Offer Study
that Iraq had ordered 75 armored
cars in France for delivery this
at Tel Aviv University
NEW YORK (JTA)—An agree- year and had an option for pur-
chase
of another 75.)
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City University of New York
("CCNY") may spend a year at Tel
Aviv University under the City
University's program of study a-
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George S. Wise, president of Tel
Aviv University, and Dr. Robert W.
Hartle, director of the City Univer-
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Dayan Would Give Priority
to Peace Talks With Egypt
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan said it
would be more in Israel's interest
to reach an agreement with Egyp-
tian President Nasser than with
King Hussein of Jordan.
In an interview with Haaretz,
Tel Aviv daily, Gen. Dayan said
he would like "an arrangement
with Nasser on a secure border
line which would ensure us free-
dom of passage to Ella," the
southern port on the Gulf of
aqaba. "and an arrangement that
would ensure Israeli shipping in
the Suez Canal." Israel now occu-
pies the eastern border of the
canal. He said that "after all, we
are there and we can trade with
them: 'You want us to retreat—
give us passage for our ships.' "
Asserting that the pre-June war
borders were unsafe, he said the
Tiran Strait, which controls ship-
ping to Eilat, was essential for
Israel "and we cannot leave them
in the hands of the Egyptians or
even of the United Nations."

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Paris Newspaper Says
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PARIS (JTA)—Egypt's military
power has been restored to 85 per
cent of its former strength through
Soviet infusions of new supplies
and equipment, according to an
article by Roger Massip in Figaro.
Military experts believe that Rus-
sia will soon supply Egypt with the
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which up to now has been manu-
factured only in small quantities,
and is found exclusively in the
Soviet air force, the article said.

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