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September 09, 1977 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-09

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18 Friday, September 9, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bob Saks — Harry Abram — Mike Gaines

Wome.n's American ORT 50th Anniversary

and the entire staff

want to thank all of you for helping us become the one of the
largest Oldsmobile dealers.

SAKS

ALL OUR

OLDSMOBILES

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Wishing Everyone

A Happy and healthy

HAVE

NEW YEAR

SAKS APPEAL

35300 Grand River at Drake Rd. Farm., Mich. 48204

478-0500

NEW YORK—Women's
American ORT, the largest
of organizations in 40 na-
tions supporting the global
ORT (Organization for Re-
habilitation through Train-
ing) program of vocational
education and training, will
observe the 50th anniver-
sary of its founding this
fall.
Its 24th biennial national
convention, a "Golden Ju-
bilee" celebration, which
will be attended by over
1,500 delegates from all
over the United States. will

ear

ilaPPY new

INTRODUCING THE GOLDEN EAGLE STATEMENT SAVINGS ACCOUNT

It's

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The original nucleus was
organized by a group prima-
rily composed of women
who had either seen the
vocational program of ORT
in operation in Europe or
whose husbands were ac-
tive in the American ORT
Federation. The first honor-
ary president of WAO was
Mrs. Albert Einstein.

Keeping pace with the in-
creasing technologizing of
the world's economies, the
ORT network grew as its
supporting organization
spread rapidly throughout
the United States. In 1955,
WAO had about 10,000 mem-
bers, primarily in the north-
east, the middle west and
on the west coast. Today,
Women's American ORT
numbers 130,000 members
in 1,055 chapters from coast
to coast. The group is repre-
sented in every large and in-
termediate sized city in the
country and in many small-
er communities.

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daily interest
with FREE
services for you.

Our new-Golden Eagle Statement
Savings Account has a lot going for

you.

In addition to the organi-
zation's substantial finan-
cial support of the ORT pro-
gram and vigorous educa-
tional activities, WAO has,
over the five decades of its
existence, set its own
unique stamp of the ORT
program. Because of its em-
phasis on the "social role"
of ORT, the primarily high-
school oriented program
was expanded to include
those who lacked education-
al prerequisites.
Thus, in North Africa an'c
in several underdeveloped
countries, apprenticeship
and even pre-apprentice-
ship courses were estab-
lished. Because of Women's
American ORT's efforts,
the "American presence"
of ORT was established, as
the organization offered
ORT's nearly century-old
expertise to local, state and
federal governments.

Many of the outstanding
schools in the ORT network
were totally 0; partially fi-
nanced by Women's Amen-
can ORT. They include the
Aron Syngalowski Center in
Tel Aviv, the Jeannette
Gayl Center in Haifa, the
John F. Kennedy Appren-
ticeship Center in Jerusa-
lem, the Lyon School in
Lyon, France, and most re-
cently, the ORT School of
Engineering on the campus
of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem.

New Social Work Program
Begins at Yeshiva University

First, it is a savings account that
earns 51/4% daily interest, paid or
compounded quarterly. When com-
pounded, the Golden Eagle State-
ment Savings Account earns an ef-
fective annual yield of 5.35%.

You can open and maintain your
Golden Eagle Account with a $500 minimum
balance. Plus, with it — you receive the fol-
lowing additional benefits, which were never
before available with a regular account —

PRESTIGE
Coan

Prestige Card:
When you open your Golden Eagle Account,-you receive a Pre-
stige card that's honored by savings and loan associations
across America. Your Prestige card is also used instead of a
passbook, for all transactions involving your Golden Eagle Ac-
count. With every deposit or withdrawal. you're given an individual receipt showing the
amount involved in the transaction as well as the current balance in your account.

Monthly Statements:
In addition to individual receipts, you will receive in the mail .a full statement of transac-
tions for the previous month. It will detail how much you have added or withdrawn, when
the transactions were made, even at which branch you made them. It will also detail how
much interest you've earned.

Out-of-town EMergency Cash Plan:
Your Prestige card can be used for out-of-town emergency cash. It permits you to with-
draw (or even cash your personal checks) at locations nationwide (up to $200.00).

Money orders and Travelers' Checks:
With your Golden Eagle Statement Savings Account you are entitled to unlimited travel-
ers' checks and/or money orders free. You pay only the "face" value — there's no charge
for the service.

Notary Service:
Another plus, should you ever need notary service, it's also free with the Golden Eagle
Statement Savings Account.

Giftchek:
You get free use of our Giftchek service. To make a money gift to someone, come in and
make arrangements for the amount to be taken out of your account and made payable to
that person by a Giftchek. Various selections available.

capiToL savinGs a.Loan

main office: 112 East Allegan. Lansing. MI 48901, ph 517"371-2911

27125 Southfield Rd., Lathrup Village

Spoilt Cedar in Lansing 6510 South Cedar
Grand Ledge 401 South Badge SI

be held in Jerusalem, Oct.
23-28.
Women's American ORT,
whose work in support of
the worldwide ORT voca-
tional network of 700
schools in 22 countries on
five continents, and efforts
on behalf of quality educa-
tion here in this country,
have been lauded by states-
men, educators, labor lead-
ers and civic' officials
around the world, was
founded in Brooklyn in 1927.

Mason 606 W Columbia
Okemos 2119 Hammon Rd
Pontiac 75 W Huron St

559-4000

St. Johns 222 N Clinton Ave
Williamston 225 W Grand River Ave

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inorporated 1890 — member federal Home Loan Bank System

NEW YORK—A total of summer.
103 students are enrolled in
For information. write—
a pioneering master's de- Dr. Lloyd Setleis. Dean.
gree program in social Wurzweiler School of Social
work at Yeshiva Univer- Work. Yeshiva University.
sity's Wurzweiler School of 55 Fifth Ave.. New York.
Social Work. which allows N..Y. 10003.
students to work at Jewish
community agencies during ADL Corrects
the year and take regular Mistaken View
classroom studies during
NEW YORK—The Anti-
the summer.
Defamation League of Bnai
A class of 45 second year
Brith has urged four feder-
students are participating al agencies to correct a mis-
in the Yeshiva University
taken view of some employ-
Wurzweiller School of So- ers that Jewish employees
cial Work Block Education
can no longer take time off
Program.
for Rosh Hashana and Yom
Kippur.
The innovative program
Following the recent Su-
consists of three "blocks"
preme Court decision in
of summer study at Wur-
TWA v. Hardison, ADL
zweiler: at the University's
said, some employers were -
Brookdale Center, with the
telling their Jewish employ-
first two followed by field
ees they could no longer be
work in agencies from Sep-
absent for the High Holy
tember through May.
Days this month. The court
Under the Block Educa-
had reaffirmed a provision
tion Program, students are
of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
placed in a Jewish or gener-
which requires employers
al communal social agency
to
-reasonably accom-
for a continous field instruc-
modate - to the religious
tion period from September
needs of employees, but
through mid-May.
said the employer need not
suffer "undue harships - in
The student practices
the process.
within his or her assigned
In letters to top officials
agency for four days each
in Washington, Ira Gissen,
week, assuming responsi-
director of the League's na-
bilities similar to the
tional discriminations de-
agency staff members.
partment. urged that direc-
such as the rendering of so-
tives be issued to employ-
cial services. attendance at
ers "instructing them on
staff meetings. community
their legal responsibilities
participation. and in-service
to provide Jewish employ-
_training.
ees the opportunity to take
The fifth day of each
time off - for the High Holy
week. studnets are rerired
Days.
to engage in substantial in-
dependent reading and
stydy based on courses If there is room for ques-
taken during the prebious
tion. something is wrong.

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