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November 07, 1969 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-07

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London Article on 'Cruel' Occupation
Refitted by Deputy Premier Allon
'FM:SALEM (JTA) — Deputy cent civilians. Ile defended the

12—Friday, November 7, 1969

German Publisher- Named
Honorary Fellow of
Weizmann Institute

REHOVOT (JTA)—The appoint-
ment of Axel Springer, the West
Premier Yigal Allon hotly defend- policy of blowing up terrorist-
German
publisher, as an hon - 1
Israel's policies in the occupied owned houses and supplies as "a f . orary fellow of the Weizmann
o
territories Monday and denied al- necessary and effective means"
Meations by the foreign editor of restricting terrorist activities. , Institute of Science, was announced
In other remarks, Allon as- I here.
the London Times. E. C. Hodgkin,
that the occupation was cruel, re- serted that "Israel has no less 1 Springer, w h o s e newspapers
pressive and aimed at driving out claim to the Sinai Peninsula , have long espoused the cause of
than Egypt" and said Israel , Israel, is the fifth West German to
.
the Arabs.
establish set- be so honored. The institute cele-
would continue to
Allon. addressing a joint Pales-
tlements in the Sinai in keeping , brated its 25th anniversary this
tine Appeal St•idy Mission from
: week under the co-direction of
with its security needs.
Britain, claimed that "Ours is the
Israeli circles denied Meyer W. Weisgal, retiring presi-
Other
most enliehtened military govern- Tuesday
that any officials had dent, and Dr. Albert Sabin, the
mein in history."
Hodgkin's report on a visit to threatened residents of the occu- . president-elect..
G. , za and the West Bank, pub- vied territories with mass deporta- 1 One of the largest comnumica-
li-hed in the Times on Oct. 30. lien. .They said it was Israel's , tins operations in Western Fur-
stirred a violent reaction from nolicy to let every inhabitant con- i ope. Springer's publications strong-
Israel sympathizers in and out of tinue his normal daily life. But ' ly oppose any form of totalitarian-
Parliament and an equivalent the expulsion of three headmen of ism, promote the reunification of
response from the opposite came. the Bedouin Tamara tribe in the Germany and an economic system
Th ,, Times published an editorial ,I-dean Hills was announced Toes- of social justice and also work
last week defending the integrity day by the commanding °Meer of for the reconciliation of the Jewish
German said
peonies.
of Ilodr , kin•s renortaee. The Brit- the Jed-ea-Samaria region, Brig. and "Today,"
Springer in ac-
i..}, ,,,iitor alleged that Israel occu- Gen. Rafael Vardi.
p••iien forces destroyed 7.140 Arah The three denorted to Jordan cepting the Weizmann honor. "one
ho , ses. meted out harsh sentences \•ere accused of recent involve- more step is taken toward that
to Arab resistors and sometimes ment in sabotage activities in the reconciliation."
t , q- tured them. Hebron area which included the
Allon observed that Israel does Brim-, of Katyusha rockets at a
not 1.0%.0 ca„it,il punishment and silhurb of Jerusalem. A fourth
has no intention of introduein^ it, tribal headman on the wanted list
even for terrorists who kill inno- is believed to have fled to Jordan.
The Bedouin tribesmen are be-
lived to have aided terrorists in
Kiowa Apache's Story
transporting the rockets to the fir-
R .nreals Stn.] 0-01 es
ing site. Children of the tribe re-
portedly helped carry the shells.
of Am e rican Indian
"Jim Whitewolf: The Life of a Israeli circles conceded Tuesday
Kiowa Apache Indian," issued as that there was an apparent in-
a Dover paperback, is the unforget crease in cooperation between local
able autobiography of an Ameri- Arabs on the West Bank and sabo-
can Indian. horn in the second half teurs. They recalled a recent state-
of the 10th century. In 1949-50, the ment by Defense Minister Moshe
is now on the sales staff of
Indian told his story, paray in Dayan, who offered the Arabs
Packer Pontiac, America's
En dish. partly in Apache, to three alternatives: cooperate with
largest Pontiac dealer. He's
waiting to give his customers a
Charles Brant, an ethnographer Israeli authorities in fighting ter-
great deal on a new '69 or '70
The result is more than a nersonal rorists, report terrorist activities
Pontiac, Tempest or Firebird.
life history of an individual: it is a to authorities, or do nothing. Gen.
See 0( call him today.
valuable account of an Indian Dayan warned that if they chose
growing up at an important the third alternative, Israel would
moment in the history of his tribe have to take counter-measures
and of the United States. that could make life unbearable
Uyernois one block south
Charles S. Brant has succeeded for the local residents.
of Seven Mile Rd.
Israeli circles stated further that
admirably in presenting a life his-
-PHONE 863-9300
tory that conveys the realty of a there was no policy of communal
man's experience under conditions punishment. They said the blow-
of stressful cultural. contact and ing up of houses in Halhul village,
social disorganization. Jim White - near Hebron, and in Gaza were
wolf was in most respects an ordi- • the direct result of investigations
nary member of his tribe. He was .which pointed to at least passive
not a chief or a medicine man, a cooperation by the owners with
warrior or a peacemaker. His most known terrorists in the region. i
extraordinary characteristic was Eighteen houses were destroyed in
that he lived through more than Halhul and eight in Gaza.
seventy years of radical social
transformations—and he reacted NY Jewish Agency Offers
to them in a very human fashion. 'Joh-Change Counseling
This is an original Dover publi
NEW YORK (JTA)—A program
cation.
of counseling and job-finding for
! persons over age 35 who want to
The Cities of Israel
shift to more satisfying careers
There are 26 cities and towns in has been started by the guidance
Israel: six have mixed Arab and division of the Federation Em-
Jewish populations, two are entire- plovment and Guidance Service.
ly Arab. There are 50 other urban While the FEGS has consistently
centers, 700 Jewish villages, and served persons of all ages, the
99 Arab and Druze villages. growing number of vocationally
The major cities are: Jerusalem, dissatisfied applicants in their
the capital, with a population of middle years led to the intensified
265.000: Tel Aviv-Yafo, the corn- program, according to Walter
mercial center (392,000); Haifa, Duckat, director of the guidance
the principal port and industrial division.
center (207,000); Beersheba, capi-
One such client was a 44-year-
tal of the Negev (65,000); Nazareth old business executive who had
(30,000) and the new Mediterran- become increasingly disenchanted
can port town of Ashdod (27,000). with his job. Following interviews
Other urban centers under Israel and tests, he was enrolled in a
jurisdiction are Gaza, El-Arish, training program in hospital ad-
Nablus (Shechem), Hebron, Beth- ministration.
lehem and Ramallah.
Another was a 40-year-old
1
mother of two teen-age children
who had never had a paid job.
No Gifts for the Army
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Israel's' After counseling, she decided to
army high command has issued an become an occupational ther-
order forbidding the acceptance by apist, a field in which there is
an acute shortage.
soldiers of personal gifts for them -
About 20 persons, most of them
selves or their dependents. It ap -
plies equally to officers and to the with some college background, are
being
aided in the new effort.
rank and file.
Since the Six-Day War, Israeli Duckat said that the problem of
soldiers and their families have having to continue to earn a living
been swamped with gifts of tran- while getting training for a diffe-
sistor radios, cameras, phono- rent field of work is solved in a
graphs and air conditioners. In or - variety of ways. One such person
der to avoid possible acrimony, it drives a cab nights while taking
has been ordered that the only training during the day.
qualified recipients of gifts for the•; There are a number of fields,
army will be the "Committee for involving health and other social
the Soldier" (equivalent of Ameri- service work, for which govern-
can USO) w h i c h will distribute ! ment assistance is available, in-
these gifts to military posts on a chiding both tuition and living
I stipends during training.
fair and impartial basis..

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