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February 05, 1971 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-05

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Two Milestones Marked -Together

Israel Plans to Attract
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
- r -
Overseas Scientists
TEL AVIV- (JTA) — Israel. will
try to attract top Jewish scientists

from abroad to settle and work in
the country by means of generous
cash grants, it was announced.
Absorption Minister Nathan
Peled said a $1,500,000 budget has
been approved for an initial 15
scientists. Each will receive $100.-
000 for laboratory equipment and
staff. The project was conceived
several years ago by former Ab-
sorption Minister Shimon Peres,
who is presently minister of trans-
port.

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The 70th anniversary year of the Keren Kayemeth Leisrael

was officially launched- in Jerusalem when Jacob Tsur (right), - chair-
man of fhe board of directors, on _behalf of the JNF and the Zionist
movement, presented the president of Israel with the certificate of
the Zalman and Rachel Shazar Forest. The 80,000-tree forest in
honor of the president and the first lady is the result of a worldwide
effort inaugurated last year on the occasion of Shazar's 80th birth-
day. The presentation shown took place at the president's residence
in the presence of the Executive of the Jewish Agency, the Board
of Directors of the Keren Kayemeth and other leading personalities
of the state and Zionist movement.

Camp Directors See Major Changes
in Program With New Groups Served

NEW YORK (JTA) — Major that policy before making a deci-
changes in types of programs now sion on joining the camp commu-
offered in summer camps under nity for the summer.
Jewish auspices — including ex-
panded services for working par-
ents, one-parent families, Orthodox
Jews, the.handicaped and the older
adult population—have been fore-
cast at an assembly of Jewish
camp directors.
The occasion was a four-day
National Conference on Jewish
Camping at Liberty, N.Y., attended
by more than 75 directors from 50
Jewish camps. The conference was
co-sponsored by the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, American As-
sociation for Jewish Education,
and the Full-Time Executives of
Jewish Communal Camps. •
Sam Matcus, executive director
of the Fresh Air Society of Detroit,
and Herman L. Seiner, camping
consultant of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of New York,
suggested in their presentations
that there has been a decline in
the demand for Jewish camping
services because of the economic
situation, increased use of leisure
time for travel and changes in Jew-
ish population distribution.
But, they also reported, there
is a growing interest in such
services in various sections of the
Jewish community, as well as in
longer camping sessions than those
now available to them.

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The growing number of work-
ing parents, one-parent families
and broken homes are creating
a greater need for facilities for
child care for the entire summer,
. the directors were told, and
camps must reach out to fami-
lies to provide for their needs
rather than wait for them to
apply for services.

The consensus of the directors on
the question of the Jewish college
student as camp counselor or user
was that the Jewish communal
camp has an obligation to provide
guidance and counsel on matters
of special concern to such students.
The directors also agreed that the
camp should develop Jewish educa-
tional programs.

Mike Schlesinger, program di-
rector of Camp JCA in Los
Angeles, reviewed the policy of
the summer camp on drug use.
He said that after three years
of struggle and attempts to con-
trol drug use, a decision was
made to establish a drug-free
community at the camp.
The camp defined that policy and
instituted a "contract situation"
between the camp, the camper and
the counselor_ He explained that,
at the point of enrollment or em-
ployment, the camper or counselor
understands the no-drug policy and
decides whether he can live with

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