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June 25, 1976 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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JNF President Maurice Sage Dies
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(Continued from Page 1)
clinic Hospital of a heart
attack.
The $150 a plate dinner
launched the American Bi-
centennial National Park
Southeast of Jerusalem.
Minutes before he collapsed
Dr. Sage told the audience
that the $6 million park,
"which is the largest project
endorsed by the American
Revolution Bicentennial Ad-
ministration in celebration
of our nation's heritage, will
be dedicated in Israel on the
Fourth of July in the pres-
ence of the President of Is-
rael, Ephraim Katzir, U.S.
Ambassador to Israel Mal-
colm Toon, top Israeli and
American dignitaries and a
large delegation of Ameri-
can communal leaders."
Abram Salomon, JNF
executive vice president
said that $2,351,300 has
been raised so far for the
park.
Addressing the gathering
earlier in the evening were
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States Simcha Dinitz
and Jacob Tzur, world chair-
Man of the JNF.
Dr. Sage, an internation-
ally-known chemist, had
been president of the JNF
for eight months. Prior to
that he had served as trea-
surer and as a member of

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President's Wife
Dedicates Center

NEW YORK (HA) —
Mrs. Betty Ford dedicated
the Martin Steinberg Center
of the American Jewish
Congress — in a Manhattan
garden on Tuesday.
The center is designed to
serve as a gathering place
for young Jewish artists,
writers, musicians and film-
makers. Funds for the new
center were provided by a
gift from Martin Steinberg,
a Brooklyn realtor and
investor.

Abortion Reform
Causes Uproar
Among Israelis

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
New reforms of Israel's
abortion laws have caused
an uproar among the coun-
try's gynecologists. Until
now, abortion has been per-
mitted only when the moth-
er's life is in danger. Now it
is proposed to allow abor-
tion during the first three
months of pregnancy with
the approval of a two-man
committee, a gynecologist
and a public health or social
worker.
The country's gynecolo-
gists stated that they would
not cooperate. They main-
tained that women could
not decide to abort without
firm limitations and that
the border line between
abortion and infanticide
was very narrow. It has
been estimated that 60,000
abortions
are carried out

annually
in Israel. The new
legislation would cut down
the number of "back street
operations."

World War I. He received
his education at the Rab-
binical Seminary in Paris
and later graduated from
the Faculty of Science at
the-University of Paris.

Dr. Sage, who came to the
United States after escaping
from Nazi-Occupied France,
established Sage Laborato-
ries, a chemical firm, and
was the holder of many pa-
tents in the chemical field.
During World War II he
served in the French Army
and later in the American
Army. Funeral services
were held Thursday.

DR. MAURICE SAGE

the board for several years.
He was formerly president
of the Religious Zionists of
America.
He was also a former trea-
surer of the conference of
Presidents' of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations; a
member of the United Jew-
ish Appeal cabinet; chair-
man of special projects for
State of Israel Bonds; a
member of the action com-
mittee of the World Zionist
movement; a member of the
board of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity; vice president of the
World Zionist Congress and
chairman of the board of the
Jewish Week, a weekly in
New York City.

Dr. Sage was born in
Russia and moved with
his family to Paris after

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