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December 04, 1970 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-04

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UAHC Manual Advises Temples on Drug Problems
NEW YORK (JTA)—A 63-page

understanding and more effective
experimental booklet has been methods of dealing with the drug
prepared by the Union of American problem among Jewish young
Hebrew Congregations to provide people.
Reform congregations with better
"Drugs: A Manual of Program.

ing Resources" provides new in-
sights and approaches to the drug
issue, points up fallacious concepts
and offers guidelines for the grow-
ing number of synagogues plan-
ning anti-drug programs for adults
and young people, UAHC officials
said.
The manual includes a state-
• ment
on drugs in UAHC camp-

• institutes which set forth a policy
banning drug use by those em-
ployed as counselors and staff
members, "as well as those who
come to study Torah with us."
Such personnel and partici-
pants, the statement declared,
• "must understand that non-pre-
• scription drags of any kind have
no place in our program" and
that "this fact must be com-
municated by each camp direc-
• tor to the campers, instituters
and staff in writing, before any
participates in a camp
• individual

program of any kind."
• Infraction of
these regulations,
the statement added, "in particu-
lar on the part of staff, should be
grounds for dismissal."
• The manual is the outgrowth of
• a spring seminar conducted by
the UAHC, which was led by Dr.
Sidney Cohen, director of the divi-
sion of narcotic addiction and drug
abuse of the National Institute of
• Mental Health, and Dr. Thomas
• Ungerleider of the psychiatry de-
partment of the medical center of
•: the University of California at Los
Angeles.
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NEW YORK (JTA)—An appeal
has been filed in State Supreme
Court of Nassau County against
refusal by the Great Neck zoning
board to approve a variance to
permit operation of a building in
Great Neck purchased by a group
of residents to be used as a youth
center, under interfaith sponsor-
ship.
The youth center, named the
Great Neck Community House,
was conceived as a means to offset
drug use by Great Neck teen-agers.
The problem of drug abuse re-
portedly is a severe one among
both Jewish and non-Jewish teen-
agers in the area.
The building, previously used as
a library, has been boarded up
and unused since its purchase be-
cause of the zoning change refusal.
Meanwhile, the citizens com-
mittee has engaged a director
for the community house, who
has been meeting with the teen-
agers to plan such programs as
can be carried out without the
central meeting place which the
community house was to be.
The pervasive drug problem
among young people in the affluent
area led to creation of the inter-
faith committee, which met initial-
ly with state, community and medi-
cal officials to obtain suggestions
on dealing with the problem.
The committee - decided to ask
the high school students them-
selves what the community could
do to help them stay away from
drugs. The young people stressed
the need for a program to keep
them busy with constructive leisure
time activities and proposed a
youth center for such programs.
The library building was pur-
chased, and it was remodeled by
the young people themselves.

The appointment of CHARI.FS
U. ROSEMANN as resident man-
ager of the Hotel Pontchartrain
has been announced by Robert J.
Cahill, general manager. He comes
to the Pontchartrain from the
Fairmont Mayo in Tulsa, where he
was resident manager. He had
previously served as project co-
ordinator during the construction
of the Fairmont Hotel, Dallas.
Later he held the posts of assistant
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Maier 4, 147► -17

Israeli Tankers Said
to Be Moving Down
Suez Without Trouble

Life is like playing a violin
in public and learning the instru-
ment as one goes on.
—Samuel Butler

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli
officials are declining to confirm
press reports that Israeli tankers
have been proceeding down the
gulf of Suez toward Eilat carrying
oil from Sinai fields about 100,000
barrels a day.
Although Egypt is officially irate
over this, she was said to favor not
doing anything about it because of
what an Egyptian official called a
"mutual deterrent"—the Israeli
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