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January 03, 1969 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-03

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New Concord Students to Pursue Kibutz Course

NEW YORK — Eighteen Amer-
ican students from Muskingum
College, New Concord, 0., will
engage in an experience in Kibutz
Yotvata near the Red Sea port of
Eilat in Israel where they will par-
ticipate in the life and work of
the kibutz and prepare papers
about various aspects of kibutz
life.
The students will be going to
Israel with their teacher, Prof.
Stuart Hills of the sociology de-
partment, who decided to conduct
a credit course on the kibutz as a
unique society on the spot in
Israel. The trip, to start from Ken-
nedy International Airport Jan. 5,

has been arranged in cooperation
with the American Zionist Youth
Foundation and the youth depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem. The students will
spend 17 days in Yotvata working
half a day and preparing their
papers during the remainder.

U.S•-Born Agency Head
Urges Kin Settle in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Amer-
ican-born head of the Jewish
Agency's information department
has urged all American Jews to
"follow my footsteps" and settle
in Israel because, he claimed,
most Jews feel uncomfortable in
America. Abraham Schenker ar-
Most Newcomers 'Want
rived here with his family Dec. 28
to Live in Jerusalem;
as a new immigrant. He said he
found the situation in Latin Amer-
but Housing Is Limited
JERUSALEM (JTA)—A mem- ica "even worse" than in the
ber of the Knesset (Parliament) United States.
Schenker visited Latin America
disclosed here that 65 per cent of
all new immigrants to Israel want recently on behalf of the Jewish
Agency
executive. He said that
to settle in Jerusalem. But accord-
ing to Mordecai Zar, who ad- Jews there "have become used to
dressed a gathering of 300 new- their position" and claimed that
comers, the city's economy is lim- "they know nevertheless that their
ited in the number of new settlers future is fraught with dangers,
and they are looking for ways to
it can absorb.
Zar said Jerusalem can now ab- come to Israel."
sorb 150 new families a month
economically but there is not Gang of 17 Saboteurs
enough housing for them. He said
that only 700 new flats for immi- Rounded Up in Gaza Strip
grants will be completed by the
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israeli secur-
end of 1970, judging from the pre- ity forces announced the capture
sent pace of building. Zar urged of 17 saboteurs responsible for a
the authorities to do more for im- rash of shootings, grenade and
migrants wishing to settle in Je- mining incidents in the Gaza Strip
rusalem.
and the arrest of 30 other persons
suspected of sheltering them. Large
quantities of fire arms, ammuni-
tion and explosives were uncovered
in the saboteurs' caches.
A military spokesman reported
the fatal wounding of an Arab
saboteur who took part in an attack
on an Israeli police patiol guarding
the Machpela Cave (Tomb of the
Patriarchs) in Hebron at Neve Urr
settlement. The rockets landed in a
field and caused no casualties or
damage. No damage was caused
by a hand grenade thrown in the
center of Gaza township last night.

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BALTIMORE (JTA)—Har Sinai
Congregation, a major American
Reform congregation, has begun a
program of participation in com-
munity efforts to improve the so-
cial and economic conditions of
Negres in Baltimore's "inner
city."
Under direction of Judge Robert
I. Hammerman of the Supreme
Bench of Baltimore, a trustee of
the congregation, a meeting of
city officials and temple leaders
was arranged to develop the pro-
gram. Working with the city's
Youth Opportunity Program, the
congregation offers part-time work
for young adults aged 14-18, ac-
cording to a report in the NATA
Quarterly, by Andrew Braun, the
congregation's executive adminis-
trator.

Friday, January 3, 1969-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Agency Submits
Sinai Settlement Plans

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Plans
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The ques-
tion of whether to permit the Waqf, for the establishment of agricul-
the Moslem religious council, to tural settlements in the occupied
proceed with the erection of monu- Sinai peninsula based on intensive
ments to Jordanian 1967 war dead cultivation techniques were sub-
in East Jerusalem has become a mitted to Prime Minister Levi Esh-
"hot potato" tossed back and forth kol by the Jewish Agency.
between the government and the
Dr. Raanan Weitz, head of the
Jerusalem City Council
Jewish Agency's agricultural col-
As of Dec. 25, it was back in onization department did not spe-
the council's hands. But after a cify where in the Sinai the new
stormy five-hour debate the latter settlements would be established.
decided to shift the burden of de- He said in a radio interview that
cision to the district town planning they would provide the settlers
commission which is composed of with a higher per capita income
government officials.
than farmers earn in most parts
The issue arose when Mayor of Israel.
Teddy Kollek, who takes a liberal
According to Dr. Weitz, the land
view toward relations with the is especially suitable for winter
Arabs, approved the Waqf applica- crops and by a "very conservative
tion for the memorials. One monu- estimate" would yield a gross in-
ment has already been erected come of at least $57,000 per an-
in the Moslem cemetery. Two num even though desalted sea
more were planned, one on the water would be required for irri-
slopes of Mt. Scopus.
gation. Dr. Weitz said the new set-
Mayor Kollek's decision was tlements also would serve as a
severely criticized by city council tourist attraction.
members who contended that the
monument would only encourage
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1 41

1


Prague Says Many E. German
Officials Are Nazi Criminals

BONN (JTA)—The East German
regime has been seriously embar-
rassed by a list of former Nazi
war criminals now high in its
ranks, submitted to it recently
by Czechoslovakia. The East Ger-
man authorities reacted angrily
and have accused Prague of try-
ing to "defame" East Germany
because of its participation in the
Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslo-
vakia last August. The East Ger-
mans fear that more lists of ex-
Nazis will be forthcoming from
VIle
Prague.
material on war criminals hold-
ing high positions in East Ger-
many was recently submitted by
Simon Wiesenthal, the Nazi war
crimes archivist in Vienna.

Security for Cabinet:
All Are Inoculated
Against Hong Kong Flu

JERUSALEM (JTA)—All mem-
bers of the Israel Cabinet were
immunized Sunday against the
Hong Kong flu. The vaccine ar-
rived here a few days ago in lim-
ited quantities and has been re-
stricted to chronically ill persons
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ered vital to national security.

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Convicted of helping send 100,000 mentally and physically handi-
capped persons to "mercy deaths" during the Adolf Hitler regime,
two former Nazi officials were sentenced in Frankfurt, West Ger-
many, to hard labor in prison. They are Reinhold Vorberg (left),
64, a Bonn businessmen, sentenced to 10 years, and Vorberg Allers,
58, a Hamburg lawyer, sentensed to 8 years.

Government Caught
in Skirmish Over
Arab War Memorial

• a 21 01A 'H D V3 9 I

Nazi 'Mercy Killers' Sentenced


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