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August 15, 1980 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, August 15, 1980

Israeli Crackdown on Reckless Drivers Aimed at Curbing Deaths

TEL AVIV — A blunt ad- ment and expensive
campaign, gasoline, appear to be mak-
vertising
. coupled with stiff traffic ing 'O. impact on Israeli
fines, increased enforce- motorists, - ao have a repu-
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tation as "reckless drivers."
In the first six months of
1980, 168 people died in
traffic accidents — a 45 per-
cent drop from the 309 traf-
fic deaths during the same
p-eliftd last year. The total
number ^uf injury-causing
accidents is dowii about 20
percent, leaving govtrn-
ment officials encourageL
\ but not yet satisfied.
"You can't be proud when
people are getting killed,"
said Yehiel Amitai, director
of the highway safety cam-
paign in the Transport
Ministry. "But there is an
awakening."
For years the killing
went on unfettered. Is-
raeli drivers, infamous
for bad driving habits
and worse road manners,
have claimed more than
13,000 lives since the
country was founded in
1948 — a toll equal to Is-
rael's war dead.
The safety campaign
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plus
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cluding how to react to down through their
dangerous road situa- pocketbooks. A ° anon of
tions, and stressed the gasoline now c(ists $2.70
benefits of slowing down and is expected 4,o rise soon,
and taking fewer chances so the camp stressed
behind the wheel.
better mil( , ge at slower
Meanwhile, the ministry speeds. 0.cs1cials also calcu-
introduced a road-safety late
late ti-,,at Israelis are using
program in Israeli schools thei)' cars about 4 percent
and extended the advertis- less than last year.
Reckless driving has al
ing campaign to include ev-
erything from newspapers 'oecome more of a finan
to bumper stickers. Radio risk. After receiving tilt..
first 16 radar units last
announcers ask listeners to
year, the police department
"let the children grow up,"
while popular soccer an ,4 ordered officers to concen-
basketball players tell fa4ls trate on spotting moving
before their games, " 1-Are violations rather than
want you to come back riext handing out parking tic-
week, so drive careful21 Y on kets, which most drivers
throw away without fear of
your way home."
Many motorists a. 4-e get- being caught by the cum-
ting the messagf. to slow bersome bureaucracy.

CfkIVIP
TAMARACK
'25 YEAR STAFF REUNION

Social Woefers
to Make Aliyt.

NEW YORK—''lore
than 20 percent oi, the
graduating class of Yeziva
University's WurzweLe,L4
School of Social Work Block
Education Program will
make aliya, immigrate to
Israel, to take up positions
in a variety of 'government
and communal agencies.
Twelve of the 55
graduates who were
awarded master's degrees
at the Block Program's
Third Annual Commence-
ment Aug. 1 have already
been engaged as *social
workers or have made
commitments to live in Is-
rael.
The Block Program at
Wurzweiler, the nation's
first university-based
graduate school of social
work under Jewish au-
spices, was begun in 1976.
The program allows
students to do their field
work at hometown com-
munal agencies during
the regular academic
year and take eight
weeks of classroom
casework for three con-
secutive summers at the
school, located at the
university's Brookdale
Center in Manhattan.
At the commencement
exercises, held at the
Brookdale Center, the
school presents its Distin-
guished Service Award to
Robert L. Adler, president
of the Jewish Welfare
Board.

Mizrachi Unit '
Project Begins

PASCAL -CELERY

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auguration of a weekly
television show, titled
"Enough!" right before the
evening news, Israel's
most-watched program.
The dramatic short
documentaries spotlighted
such heart-rending subjects
as children killed in acci-
dents, distraught families of
victims and hospital wards
packed with injured
motorists.
"We had to show them the
stffering, to show it could
hainen to you," said Moshe
BecIvr, a road-safety expert
who `advises the show. "It's
like t4king to a donkey.
First yku hit him on the
head, s, he perks up his
ears.. 'Then you tell him
what yot want to tell him."
Subsetu.ent programs
have deal_ with specific
aspects of read safety, in-

NEW YORK — American
Mizrachi Women's newest
project, Beth Hayeled Chil-
dhaven, Jerusalem, will
begin construction with a
ground-breaking ceremony
Sept. 28.
Beth Hayeled Childha-
ven will provide full-time
care for hundreds of disad-
vantaged Jerusalem chil-
dren age 3-12, and will offer
day-care service for chil-
dren of working mothers in
the community. American
Mizrachi Women is raising
$3.5 million for construc-
tion of the project which is
slated to be completed
within two years.

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August 29-September 1, 1980

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To see the moose, the elk, and the gnu!
They bought peanuts and popcorn and chips, see!
At the end of the day, they felt like a gypsy!

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