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July 07, 1978 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-07

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6 Friday, July 1,1918

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ben-Gurion U. Aids Ofaqim Weizmann Method Used
BEERSHEBA — Ben- dents, is a modem city, with
to Identify Drugs, Explosives
nine major schools and 31

Gurion University of the
Negev, especially its facul-
ties of humanities and so-
cial sciences and its Center
for Health Sciences, have
become integral particip-
ants in the life of Ofaqim in
the northern Negev.
At any one time, a dozen
or more members of the city
administration are also
students at the university,
learning specific techniques
of public administration.
Considering that the in-
habitants are primarily
North African Jews, mostly
from Morocco and Tunisia,
these particular skills did
not previously exist to any
great extent.
Ofaqim, with 12,000 resi-

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kindergartens. The com-
munity has a garden-like
appearance, with green
landscaping and flowers
along the major
thoroughfares. The Jewish
National Fund has planted
a forest-park on the city's
outskirts.
Then there are several
medical projects. One in-
volves four university
doctors in pre-natal and
pediatric care to the age
of 14. Another involves a
medical team of 20 which
provides clinical care for
the general population
on a regular basis.
Other cultural enrich-
ment projects include
university-sponsored lec-
tures and plays.

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AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
The European Commission
for Human Rights in
Strassbourg has rejected a
complaint by convicted Nazi
war criminal Joseph
Kotaella that the Dutch
government violated the
European Convention on
Human Rights when it im-
posed a life sentence on him
which he is presently serv-
ing.
Kotaella, 68, is one of
three German-born war
criminals still imprisoned
in Holland.

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REHOVOT — A new sci-
entific method for positively
identifying drugs and exp-
losives has been given top
marks by the Criminal
Identification Divison of the
Israel Police, headed by As-
sistant Commander Meir
Kaplan.
In a letter to Dr. Jehuda
Yinon, a Weizmann Insti-
tute researcher who played
a central role in developing
the method, Kaplan stated
that the technique had
proven itself in day-to-day
operations over an extended
period of time.
Dr. Yinon's method is
based on a novel instrumen-
tal approach known as
chemical ionization mass
spectrometry. It involves
the introduction of large
quantities of gas (methane
or isobutane) into the ioni-
zation chamber of the mass
spectrometer, which simul-
taneously strengthens and
simplifies the "signals" re-
ceived when the instrument
detects the presence of
drugs or explosives in a
compound under analysis.
This enables police to de-
termine the exact composi-
tion of drugs or explosives,
even when only minuscule
samples are available. Such
is the case when traces of an
explosive remain after an
act of sabotage.

Meanwhile, two Weiz-
mann scientists have re-
ceived prestigious inter-
national awards in recent
weeks.
The Federation of Euro-
pean Biochemical Societies
has awarded the Fredinand
Springer Lectureship to
Prof. Mordhay Avron, dean
of biochemistry and bio:
physics at the Institute.
Prof. Avron was honored

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LAWRENCE, N.Y. — A
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for his contributions to the
understanding of the mode
of energy transformation in
photosynthesis.
He will speak to the
British Biochemical Society
and in Holland, France and
Portugal.
Prof. Leo Sachs has been
named recipient of the
Rothschild Prize in Biologi-
cal Sciences for contribu
tions in biology and cancer
research.

The kit was edited and as-
sembled by Rabbi Rubin R.
Dobin, national chairman of
the Council in order to pro-
• vide answers for the mis-
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tinually being distributed
all over the country and the
world byanon-Jewish cults
which seek to carry on their
missionary activities
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