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June 28, 1974 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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Hatzor Tries to 'Make It' With U.S. Aid

Ma'alot in the aftermath of
the war. In the distance you
can see the hills of the Golan.
The town, which has a
mayor, has about 6,000 peo-
ple. Its ethnic breakdown is
75 per cent North Africans,
20 per cent Iraqi and Indian
and about five per cent Ash-
kenazi.
Industry exists in Hatzor
but by categories not size:
metal working, diamond cut-
ting, jewelry, key punching
and fruit canning. All are
private but must depend on
the sympathetic largesse of
THE DETROIT JEWISH PEWS governmental loans, all re-
12—Friday, June 28, 1974
turnable, in order to either
begin or function.
There is some new housing
which have eight apartments
to a building, a secular co-
ed
elementary school, funded
TO
by the. United Jewish Appeal;
a high school, but it is really
a junior high, helped by an
American philanthropist, Hen-
ry Everett.
JERUSALEM
There is a data processing
CONFERENCE
plant, an American commu-
AUG. 1 to 4
nity center which has a li-
brary, study center and youth
SPECIAL TOURS club.
#1 — JULY 21 • to AUG. 5
Hatzor has its youth prob-
lems, like any American
$950
city. There are about 30
— JULY 22 to AUG. 5
"Beth-Kaf" or 'k ids who
/ $940
either were discharged from
#3 — JULY 22 to AUG. 12
the army or not accepted be-
cause of unsuitability for
$1,070
#4 — JULY 24 to AUG. 4
health or mental reasons_
They and some others are
$925
into the drug scene as drugs
#5 — JULY 29 to AUG. 12
are easily available, mostly

By JACK SIEGEL
JTA Executive Vice-President
HATZOR, Israel (JTA) —
Here, not far from the bor-
der surrounding Golan, where
disengagement processes are
taking place and as near to
both Kiryat Shemona and
Ma'alot—is what is called a
development town.
Hatzor escaped the drama-
tics of the recent -Yom Kip-
pur War although the road in
the center of the town was
zeroed in by the Syrians and
two children were killed in

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coming from the Lebanese
and Syrian border.
To counter effect this,
. street workers, or former ad-
dicts and troubled kids work
with the delinquents. About
IL 200,000 (about $50,000)
have been assigned for social
projects in an effort to inte-
grate these troubled young-
sters and about IL 1,200,000
are distributed in the town
via the UJA.
Some families of eight live
in one and two rooms and
that the average salary of
workers is about IL 625
(about $154) a month. But
assistance is given to fami-
lies in need by the National
Insurance.

DeShalit Foundation Created at Rehovot

REHOVOT — Pioneering
projects in Israeli science
education will be supported
by 'the Amos de-Shalit Mem-
orial Foundation, formal es-
tablishment of which was
marked in a ceremony held
at the Weizmann Institute of
Science.
The foundation, which al-
ready has raised over IL

1,000,000 (approximately
$250,000) and hopes to raise
IL 5,000,000, is a living mem-
orial to Prof. de-Shalit, a
physicist who died five years
ago at age 42. He founded .
the Weizmann Institute's de-
partments of nuclear physics
and science teaching, and
served for several years as
institute director-general.

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FIND A FINER WINE THAN

'Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mick.'

Wanted Terrorist Is
Found Dead in Cave

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
wanted terrorist, who had
been active in the Hebron
area, was found dead in a
cave near his village of Dura.
Ark Arab shepherd who found
the body reported it to the
police.
An investigation identified
the terrorist as Mahmoud
Abu-Atwan, and determined
that he was killed by explo-
sives he was handling.
Atwan was on the *anted
list for more than five years,
since he appeared in the re-
gion, recruited groups and
carried out acts of sabotage.
Many of his aides were cap-
tured. The villagers in Dura
helped him evade arrest by
providing food and apparent-
ly shelter as well.

Norway Security Up:
Guerrillas May Hit

OSLO (JTA) — Security
measures were tightened at
Norwegian airports and bor-
ders following reports of a
possible Palestinian attack.
Norwegian authorities re-
portedly received the warn-
ings from reliable West Ger-
man and Iraqi sources. It is
believed that a commando
group of the Popular Front
for the Liberation of Pale-
stine-General Command has
managed to enter into Nor-
way.
The Israeli embassy and a
prison, possible terrorist tar-
gets, have been provided with
special armed police protec-
tion. Two Israeli secret serv-
ice agents charged with com-
plicity in the murder of a
Moroccan last year are serv-
ing out their sentences in the
prison.

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Bar-Ilan Students
Gtt Adjustment •Aid

RAMAT-GAN — Psycholo-
gists at Bar-Ilan University
are helping foreign students
adjust to their studies.
Students from overseas,
says Harry Gotesdyner, an
assistant in the psychology
department, have to face
many adjustment problems
because they are usually in
the process of seeking both
personal and professional
identity. Discussion , groups
are being used to help the
students integrate.

Abba Eban, Teacher
of Political Science

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
rael's former foreign minis-
ter, Abba Eban, has accepted
an invitation from Haifa Uni-
versity to become a professor
of political science.

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