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January 29, 1971 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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ADL Study Claims Most Victims of Radical

JACK'S

Takeovers of Hospitals May Be Jewish

PALM BEACH (JTA )—A grow- County hospitals; the Young tient care and ousting of com-
ing radical left movement paraci- Lords, made up of Puerto Ri- petent and dedicated 'professional
ing under the banner of "com- I cans who preach revolution and men."
munity control" threatens New I armed struggle to "liberate" I The study listed 12 additional
York City hospitals with "turmoil,
Puerto Rirans in the it S. and hospitals in the city where similar
disruption, instability and lower in Puerto Rico; and young doe- incidents and pressures have been
professional standards," the Anti-! tors and health care workers of reported.
Defamation League of Anal Brith i activist and New Leftist bent.
Although the report made no
warned.
Graubard said "there is no i recommendations concerning the
It added that the movement denial of the fact that deep griev- :complex and growing problems
can spread to medical facilities in
ances exist in the matter of hos- in the city's hospitals" as surveyed
other cities as well.
pital care; there are inequities. by the ADL, it concluded that "the
The warning, part of a prelim- human
deficiencies, problems of dangers inherent in the situation
inary ADL report on recent efforts overcrowding, understaffing and that is now arising in so sensitive
for community control of New inadequate financing." He added and elemental an area of society
York hospitals was made public by that while "such inadequacies can- necessitate a full, in-depth study
Seymour Graubard, ADL national not be excused, it is questionable by a responsible and concerned
chairman, at the ADL's annual na- whether 'community control' is the agency of all the roots of the tur-
tional executive committee meet-
moil—a study which will lead to
solution or a phenomenon leading recommendations for ameliorating
ing here.
to ethnic divisiveness and further the conditions indicated."
Graubard told the 300 leaders grievances and injustices."
attending the three-day meeting
He said that a prime concern
that while there has been no evi- of the ADL is that the conflict THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
dence of overt-Semitism in the may stir ethnic prejudices and
Friday, January 29, 1971-11
hospital conflicts thus far, "the resentments similar to those mani-
ethnic pressures brought to bear tested in the New York City school
on white or 'establishment' per- strike where community control
sons in the hospitals have most also was an issue.
often been direted against per-
Because Jews are present in sub-
sons who happen to be Jewish."
stantial numbers in New York's
AND V ■ A'1.-1
The 37-page study named the medical facilities, Graubard ob-
ON PREMI ,,P,
"three most significant groups" served, "many Jews in the medical
I, Bercnbon
involved in "community control" Profession believe the appearance
efforts. of anti-Semitism is a distinct pos-
These were identified - as the sibility" and that the victims of 210 S. Woodward, Birmingham
He a I t h Revolutionary Unity attempted extremist takeovers of
Movement, a militant "third the hospitals "will be largely if
world" organization which des- not predominantly Jewish."
The ADL report described Drs.
scribes itself as being citywide
and claims representation at Lin- J. J. Smith and Arnold Einhorn,
coln, Metropolitan, Mount Sinai, both Jewish and both ousted
Flower-Fifth avenue, Bellevue, from Lincoln Hospital in the South
Gouverneur, Harlem and Kings Bronx, as "the first casualties of
the militant 'community control'
revolution." The report also noted
that there is a current campai g n
to oust Dr. Gabriel Koz, chief of
the psychiatric staff, because of
his apparent opposition to 'com-
PARIS (JTA) — The Dassault munity-worker control" of the de-
works delivered its first four Mir- partment.
According to the report, Lincoln
age jets to Libya last,. month, it
Hospital suffered from a "total
was disclosed here.
--
effort by allied forces—`community
But doubts cropped up as to action' groups, extremist militant
whether Libya intends to accept orgaidzations and radical staff
all of the 110 Mirages it ordered members—in which there were
from France last year for its air takeovers, slanderous accusations,
force. threats of bodily harm, breakdown
According to the newspaper Le of morale, interfererce w _ ith pa-
Monde, the four Mirages, all train-
ing models, were handed over to
the Libyans at the Bordeaux-Meri-
gnac Airbase which adjoins the
Dassault works.

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maining Mirages, which, under
the contract with Libya, are to
be delivered over a period of 18
months, Le Monde said.

Libya was reported to have
ordered a number of French-made
helicopters, including nine Super-
Frelons, each of - which can carry
a fully armed platoon.
The French decision to supply
Libya with Mirage jets aroused a
furor in pro-Israel circles. It was
pointed out at the time that the
Libyan air force is too small to
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