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June 29, 1973 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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Addicted Jewish
Mothers Reported
by NYC Agency

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
1971 study of children under
care by the Jewish Child
Care Association of New
York indicated that 95 of the
children had mothers or
mothers and fathers reported
to be heroin addicts, the
JCCA has disclosed.
A JCAA spokesman said
that about two-thirds of the
addicted mothers were Jew-
ish. The study was made in
March 1971 by Dr. Sol Nich-
tern, director of psychiatric
services for the JCCA.
The 95 children comprised
8.6 per cent of the children
then under care of the'JCCA,
a beneficiary of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies.
The agency reported that
22 - - -re placed in the first
ye :of their lives and an
additional 16 in the second
year. Dr. Nichtern reported
that nearly all of the younger
children were conceived out
of wedlock by teen-age girls.
He also reported a "strik-
ingly high incidence of pre-
natal problems and damage
at the time of birth, histories
of attempted abortionS, mis-
carriages, trauma during
pregnancy, prematurity and
a number of reported birth
injuries."

Israeli Labor, German SDP Agree to Hold Yearly Meetings

BONN (JTA) — A visiting
Israel Labor Party delega-
tion concluded Monday what
it described as "satisfactory"
talks with leaders of West
Germany's ruling Social
Democratic Party (SDP), in-
cluding Chancellor Willy
Brandt.
The Israeli group, headed
by Labor Party Secretary
General Aharon Yadlin, re-
turned to Israel Wednesday.
The outcome of the talks
was an agreement by the
Israeli Laborites and the
SPD to hold annual political
consultations, to establish a
direct link between their
respective party headquar-
ters and to form close con-

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The Israelis and SPD lead-
ers clashed Monday with
members of the Union of
Young Socialists (JUSO), a
dissident youth group within
the SPD which regards the
present Israeli regime as im-
perialistic and expansionist.
In a statement here, Yadlin
said Israel was satisfied with
Chancellor Brandt's visit but
thought that no country could
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in the Middle East such as
was envisioned by Brandt.
He also criticized West
Germany for declaring in :Jr,-
vance of its admission to the-
United Nations that it would
abstain from voting on Mid-
dle East issues.

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tacts between Labor Party
and SPD European Econo-
mic Community experts.
It was also decided to send
an SPD women's delegation
to Israel next December.
The Israeli visitors were
received by Chancellor
Brandt who told them that
West Germany wanted to
help Israel but that Israel
should not overestimate its
ability to do so.
He said that events were
moving in a favorable direc-
tion for Israel with relation
to the European Common
Market. He also said that
West German investments
in Israel with government
backing were under consider-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 29, 1973-3



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