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March 31, 1972 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-31

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CLEARWATER..lighgit, Fla
-Dr. JuVali
chief at: Boston t.ChilAre0 H°sPi -
tal Medical "Center. said Monday;
e i...discovered
that his laber
;A way Ilirtiestiteb eanc&71. turnoffs :
and hopes to be'alile to iminttnize
humans against tumor growth
within -two to five years.
Dr. Folkman, 29, speaking at a
- science writers' seminar conducted
by the American Cancer Society,
k has shown there is

pia solid tumor.at which it may be
:per- •
sidetracked into a state
Atill no
ma pent,. dormancy .
:larger, than a millet seed."
Drs Folkman is the youngest
man e.vescappo*ted to a full Pre-
fessorship at -the Harvard Medical
School. His findings, published re-
cently in medical - journals, are
causing a stir in scientific circles.

`Israel Needs U.S. 'Ohm
'to Aid Soviet Influx'

NEW YORK—A ranking official
of the Israel Embassy in Washing-
ton and the president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America said
that the unprecedented influx of
Soviet Jews to Israel has-increased
the need for greater aliya from
the United _States.
Zvi Brosh, Israel's minister for
information, told the ninth annual
ZOA aliya conference here that a
growingAmerican immigration,
y of persons with pro-
fessional skills, would contrThute
significantly in helping Israel
create the conditions to a.gimilate
Russian Jews into Its society.
Herman L. Weisman; president
of the 110,000-member WA, who
also addressed the conference,
•said that the new wave of Russian
Jewish aliya has made a number
of Israelis sensitive about the
possibility of a disproportionate
"population mix."
Weisman noted that while Amer-
ican aliya in 1971 was a record
10,000, "many thoughtful Israelis
are concerned that K will not con-
tinue to Increase this year at a
rate that would provide a balance
for the anticipated Russian immi-

• JERUSALEM--(JTA)-t-Isra_eli ra-
dio and television newscasters were
ordered to present only the facts
and to refrain from comment in:the
iq M
Thenrder was part-of-a •sweeping
code of condlict for the broadcast
media adopted by the executive
committee , of.the Israel Broadcast-
ing Authority, an independent
quasi-governmental body.
News reporters and editors were
told that negative topics should not
the major part
of newscasts.
They were warned that inter-
viewers should not act as inquisi-
tors and instructed not to mention
the country of origin, ethnic corn-
amity; race or religion of persons
mentioned in an unfavorable con-
text in news broadcasts.


JERUSALEM—Work on Israel's
first toll road, to link Abu Ghosh
with Lod Airport, will start in
June, announced Labor Minister
Yosef AlmogL

JERUSALEM - (JTA)—A former
diplomat and - a leading Israeli
doctor were among the five victims
of the worst highway accident in
the Jerusalem area in recent years.
The dead were Identified as
Shmuei Shelef, former Israel :am-
bassador to the Philippines; 'Dr.
Yaaeov Cohen, chief epidemolOgist
".ishy of health; Rabbi
of- Die.,..min
Zvi Halberitith "of=BfM Brig and
his 12-year-old Shmuel; ;and
Danny Zevuluni; the taxi driver.
All five .44iOtt
in frotn-.20-44

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A p py fiealt4 y Pct.loster

Ben S. Sidlow
Theodore "TED" Issacs
Earl J. Samuels C.L.U.
Marvin Shogan, C.L.U.
Jerome Solomon

Hubert 1. Sidlow

Walter Berlow
Alan Nathan



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5 Din in Israel's Worst
Auto,Accident in Years


1st Turnpike to Be Built

Allende Promises Safety
of Chile's Community

Abraham M. Hershberg, president
of the Union of Rabbis of Latin
America, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that during his
recent trip to Chile he had received
a promise from President Salvador
Allende Gossens "that he will not
allow any destruction of the Jewish
Noting that 7,000 Chilean Jews
have left the country since. Dr.
Allende's Marxist regime was in-
stalled in October 1970, and that
the remaining 30,000 have no spirit-
ual leaders, Rabbi Hershberg com-
"There Is full religious freedom
in Odle, but the problem of the
Arabs' that started to bring in
the Middle East problem to
Chile has arisen, and they start-
ed to threaten the Jewish com-
munity of Chile." -
Rabbi Hershberg said he had
promised to appoint a new rabbi
for Chile to replace the incum-
bent, who is aged. "It is very dif-
ficult to find rabbis who speak
Spanish," he added, "but I suc-
ceeded in appointing rabbis in
Guatemala, Costa Rica and Peru
during my good-will trip."

Friday, March 31, 1972-19


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markup . by selling from ordinary
racks, by. Cutting down on sales
help. You wait on yourself for the
most part. No expensive -displays or
fancy atmosphere. No alterations
and no fitting._ No, deliveries. No
credit and no credit cards. All non-
. essential expenses have been cut
out to save you money! It's a brand
new way to buy clothing!

You can take your time shop-
ping at Walker's. No one rushes
you. If you are in a hurry, how-
ever, you can get out in minutes.
If, for example, you want a suit, you
go directly to the suit department
and the racks marked with your size.
Browse all you like. Manufacturers'
suggested retail prices and Walker's
special prices are clearly marked . . . so
you always know exactly how much you
save. Try on your selections, as many
as you like, in Walker's fitting rooms.
Then, when you're ready, check out at
the cashier.


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