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November 07, 1969 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-07

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34—Friday, November 7, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New York Family Agency Starts
`Out reach Project for Teen Drufr Users

Paris Police Arrest Seven

l in Connection With Attack

on Rothschild Bank, Paper

PARIS (JTA)— Police arrested
seven men believed to be mem-
bers of. or sympathizers with, El
The two street aides are work- Fatah, in connection with the
By BEN GALLOB
(Copyright 1969, JTA, Inc.)
ing in Jewish neighborhoods, attack on the Rothschild Bank
establishing
themselves in one
Two 19-year-old Jewish college
and the offices of the newspaper
dropouts are serving in a new neighborhood as visible sources
L'Aurore.
of help from the agency, and
"outreach" program of a New
Most of those arrested were
York Jewish social service agency then moving on to another sec- said to be Arabs. They were held
tion with the same objective.
aimed at finding Jewish adoles-
for arraignment before an investi-
cents involved in drug abuse and The selected areas are known
gating magistrate. The police also
persuading them to make use of the to be sites where drug-using
raided the offices of an El Fatah
agency's facilities for the help teen-agers gather.
front organization, the "Move-
The help provided by the agency ment Against Anti-Arab Racism,"
they need.
Another element of the program to the adolescents and their fain- and seized documents and pamph-
is a series of meetings for parents, ilies, Rothman explained, is based lets which they described as incit-
arranged through local Jewish or- on the thesis that teen-agers who ing to racial and religious hatred
ganizations, to help the parents abuse drugs are often acting out —a violation of French law.
understand the problem and to problems which can often be dealt
The arrests followed the inci-
deal with it more effectively, if with through casework counseling dents when a mob of about 100,
and when it affects one of their and psychiatric treatment.
carrying El Fatah and Egyptian
Children, according to George Rothman stressed that the flags, tried to storm the office of
Rothman, executive director of agency's point of entry into the L'Aurore, which they accused of
the Jewish Community Services of,_fainily situation is with the adoles- being pro-Israel. and the Roth-
Long Island. *tent, who has asked for help, with schild Bank, where windows were
The assignment of the two the parents brought in subsequent- broken and some equipment
street workers is to win the trust ly. He said those teen-agers who destroyed.
of troubled adolescents and to turn out to be psychotic are help-
In New York, three members of
persuade them to meet a JCS case- ed to get hospitalization or other the Action Committee on Amer-
worker. The professional staff of appropriate treatment. He report- ican-Arab Relations will be tried
caseworkers for the program is ed that in the first month of the Feb. 10 on disorderly conduct
backed by a part-time psychologist program, more than half a dozen charges stemming from their
who gives a day a week to the teen-agers had been brought into burning of an Israeli flag in a
program, and by four psychia- the
agency's
treatment
facilities,
half
boys and
half girls.
demonstration near the Israeli
trists, also members of the agency
Mission.
The adult education phase in-
staff.
Manhattan Criminal Court Judge
Each of four JCS offices has a volves a series of three to four s John Brickley dismissed charges
supervising psyc h i a t r i s t, who meetings for eight to 10 parents
h t
at each session, usually arranged against the three defendants ta
serves as a consultant to the new by
a local Jewish organization as , the act was illegal but denied a
program. The goal is to get into
motion to dismiss the disorderly
the earliest possible contact with p art of its program for members , conduct charges. In the demon-
the community.
the drug-using adolescent, Roth- and
The JCS has been offering fam- stration, which took place last
man explained.
ily life institutes for years, but the April 12, Mohammed T. Mehdi,
emphasis now is on the drug use secretary general of the commit-
Earl Warren Receives
roblem. Six such gatherings have tee, joined Ghazi Khankan and
p he program Mohammed Rabic in unfurling the
been scheduled . since
t
Honorary Degree From
started.
} flag
and setting fire to it after

Hebrew U.; Backs Dissent

Emphasis is on small groups of they cut out the Star of David.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — For- parents who are taught how to Police put out the fire and issued
mer Chief Justice Earl Warren detect symptoms of drug use and summonses to the three.
Was awarded an honorary degree who are informed about the over-
by the Hebrew University last all problem of drug use as part of Change in Soviet Atti ude
week and it was disclosed that the general rebellion of children Toward Israel Possi le?
he had agreed to serve as chair- against authority.
I LONDON (ZINS)-11 Israe con-
man of the international board
s = •
tinues military expeditions against
Of overseers for the Harry S. Tru-
Egypt, the Soviet Union may re-
man Center for the Advancement Centers for Emergency Aid consider recognition of the Jewish
of Peace, on Mount Scopus
to Youth Are Proposed
state and support the Arab call for
Five university professors each
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A series a binational Palestine, a top Hun-
received the Morris J. Kaplun in-
garian official told Charles Feny-
ternational prize of $5,000 to fur- of centers sponsored by organiza-
lions throughout the country, vesi of the Near East Report staff.
ther their research. They were
Arye Dvoretsky, Shmuel Eisen- especially geared to provide emer- in Budapest.
stadt Jacob Mager, Isadore Twer- gency help to young people in dis- ' He stressed that the Soviet Union
sky and Ephraim Urbach. A sixth tress—whether financial, legal or and other Communist governments

award will he made at a later date emotional in nature—was proposed cannot be expected to do anything
ignores demands for with-
in the United States to Prof. Milton :by Dr. Joseph H. Douglass, execu- if Israel
of Cornell University tive director of next year's White ! drawal and indulges in further
J.
who will come to the Truman House Conference on Children and "aggressive 'action." The official
Center as a visiting professor. I Youth. He said Jewish organiza- said that Egypt was ready for set-
Warren said in his acceptance tions could help to develop such tlement but that Israel was not. If
I Israel withdrew, all she could ex-
speech that he was not worried Projects.
Dr. Douglass told the annual Peet would be freedom of naviga-
by student unrest.
While he believes change is es- conference of the headquarters tion, he said.
sential in many institutions, War- and field staffs of the Bnai Brith
ran said he differs with "some Youth Organization there is need Pro-Arab MPs Supply
of the more extreme because I for a new around-the-clock serv- — oney for Propaganda,
m
believe that there is enough flexi- ice to minister to those in the M
bility built into our institutions so particular kinds of trouble that i British Zionist Charges
LONDON (JTA)—A Labor Zion-
that real social change is possi- afflict increasing numbers of the
young in today's world. The pro- ist leader charged recently that
ble."
posal had been prompted, he said, huge sums of money are being
by a little-known experiment in provided for pro-Arab, anti-Israel
Center Helps Poor Cope
England and by anti-suicide cen- propaganda in Britain.
With Rising Food Prices
Sidney Goldberg, general secre-
ters in the United States and other
tary of the British Poale Zion and
NEW YORK (JTA) — Residents countries.
The project, he added, could the Labor Friends of Israel, said
of the Sunset Park section of
be modeled upon the Red Cross that between $240,000 and $600,000
Brooklyn. a poverty area, are in-
or Travelers Aid centers--"not has been supplied to two pro-Arab
creasingly using a unique counsel-

tag service offered by the Mai- so much in the sense of the Imembers of Parliament for anti-
monides Hospital Center to help 'crash pad' as in the sense of Israel propaganda activities here.
extending a helping hand at a He noted that Jordan, which has
them cope with constantly rising
food prices. The advice is provided critical time when it is needed received more than $1,200,000,000
—whatever
the nature of the from British taxpayers, has pur-
by Mrs. Azucena Volmer, staff
chased a $338,000 home for its am-
dietitian at the medical center's crisis."
According
to Dr. Douglass, bassador in London.
Neinken Outpatient Center. It is
available to patients attending the studies and in-depth interviews
More than 60 clinics of the hospi- based on an "inter-disciplinary" Computerized Federation
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — A
tal, medical center officials re- team approach, might bring to
ported. light vital information on the na- data processing operation, devel-
ture of crisis among youth and oped by the Jewish Federation-
provide insights into their possible Council and the Cedars-Sinai Med-
Israel Hosted -432,000
treatment.
ical Center to serve the Federa-
Tourists Last Year
Involvement • of young people tion-Council and the medical cen-
ASUNCION (ZINS)—A General themselves in assembling the data ter as well as the entire Los An-
Zionist Organization has been es- I would be especially helpful, he geles Jewish community, is now

tablished in Paraguay following a said.
Visit by Max Starkman, president Ronald Cahn of Atlanta was
of the Latin American Confeder- ' elected president of the National
ation of General Zionists, and Staff Association of BBYO. The
Mordecai Dayan, a representative association is comprised of pro-
of the World Union of General fessional workers serving the
Zionists. Itzhak Goldenberg was BBYO in the United States and
elected head of the organization. Canada.

in its third year of operation, ac-
cording to JFC President Bram
Goldsmith. The Jewish Community
Data Processing Center is used
for such affiliates as the Los An-
geles Jewish Home for the Aged
and the Jewish Centers Associa-
tion.

U. of California Grants Accreditation
to American College in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM — The American dertake special courses of study
m any
f r onrdd e dHebrew
College in Jerusalem. Israel's Eng- onheHoa lnyd Land a a
are
lish language liberal arts college language,
opportunities to visit archeological
which recently opened its second digs, religious sites, museums and
year. has been accepted for ac- historical institutions in Israel.
creditation by the University of
Two world famous artists, pianist
California system.
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY and
Work completed at the Amer- violinist ITZIIAK PERLMAN, will
ican College in Jerusalem will be
treated in the same manner by all return to Oakland University next
units of the University of Cali`or- summer to continue their master
nia network as though completed classes for promising young artists.
at regionally accredited institu-
tions in the United States. The ar-
MOVING TO SOUTHFIELD
rangement for accreditation was
reported to the American College
by Lyle C. Hainsley, director of
Photographers
admissions of the University of
California.
For Engagements
The American College in Jeru-
UN 4-8785

SRAM 3.atini2

salem offers a U.S.-type four-
year liberal arts curriculum and
is designed specifically for for-
eign students wishing to study
in Israel in the English lan-
guage. It grants an AB degree
in social science, humanities,
Middle Eastern a n d Israeli
studies.

The student body currently in-
cludes 140 students. In addition
to regular curriculum, they un-

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