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October 29, 1971 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-29

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Fisher Reviews World Issues at ORT
Parley; Certain U.S. Will Aid Israel

, HOLLYWOOD, Fla.—Mrs. David
M. Goldring of Maplewood, N.J.,
was elected national president of
Wcmen's American ORT at the
21st biennial national convention

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TRADE-I N

4 DAY SPECIAL

an unusual opportunity to dispose

of your old fur coat, jacket, cape or stole with a generous

allowance towards a new fur . . . one of the largest col-

lections of confemporary, casual and elegant furs in the

latest

1972 DESIGNER FASHIONS

here.

Max M. Fisher, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds and chairman of
the board of governors of the Jew-
ish Agency, was presented with an
award from Women's American
ORT for his outstanding service to
the Jewish people and to mankind.
Fisher spoke of the crucial com-
ing decade and pointed out that
it is vitally important for us to
strengthen our Jewish identity, to
revitalise. Jewish education, to in-
volve our young people in Ameri-
can Jewish life and, as well, to
assume responsibility not only for
our fellow Jews but for all men."
Fisher said be was convinced
that "this country would not let
the people of Israel down." He
pointed to growing hopes for
peace but reminded his audience
that some 31 per cent of Israel's
gross national products- — some
1.7 billion dollars—goes for de-
fense. Nearly 90 per cent of all
Israeli tax revenue is consumed
by defense needs. H urged in-
creased support in 1972 so that
U.S. Jewry will be saying to Is-
rael: "You are not alone. We
will help you find the peace."
He turned to Israel's need for
trained hands and educated brains,
stating that "an economically vi-
able Israel goes by way of the
schoolhouse, by way of the voca-
tional school, the high school, the
university." He said that almost
one-third of Israel's total popula-
tion is now in school and stressed
the need of enabling Jews from
underdeveloped areas to continue
on through higher educational lev-
els.
Fisher declared that "we must
not let the world forget for a mo-
ment the Soviet failure to grant
Jews genuine freedom of emigra-
tion."

GREEN-8 SUBURBAN
ONLY!

SATURDAY!
SHOP 9:30 till 9!
SATURDAY!

DRESS

CLEAN- UP !

Mr. and Mrs. Korman
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MR., MRS. MORRY KORMAN

ACT NOW

BRING 1N YOUR USED FURS

SALE LASTS 4' DAYS

Thurs., Fit,

- Sat. 9-5:30

Sundai 11-5

• 642-1690
181 SOUTH WOODWARD- 4 'BOWING
Next to EtiresinekOra. "114citeir • Aeliaq.*See Parking

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Mr. and Mrs. Morry Korman of
Avon Ave., Oak Park, celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary
Oct. 23.
Cocktails and dinner were host-
ed in their honor by their chil-
dren Mr. and Mrs. David Rozen-
berg (Shirley), Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Misle (Esther) of Lincoln,
Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Korman.
The couple has 10 grandchildren

Singles' Masquerade
Plans Unmasked

Criterion Club for single adults
will host its annual masquerade
9 p.m. Saturday in the Oak Pdrk-
Community Center.
The public is invited, with the
wearing of costumes or half-masks
encouraged but optional.
Prizes will be...awarded for out-
standing costumes in all categories,
and refreshments will be served.
For information, call President
Betty Weinberg, 547-2565, or Pearl
Greenstein, 309-3'P18.

Shown: Famous Maker
Knit Costume!

WAS $78 NOW $39

SATURDAY!

50

ONE FROM
500 DRESSES
NOW REDUCED

JUS'T

1/2 F 1/2

SATURDAY!

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