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November 03, 1978 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-03

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THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 3, 1978 5

A South Carolina law
prohibits hip pockets be-
cause they furnish a conve-
be published by Putnam. He nient place for pint bottles.
, ,\NOWANKVZOMMV
has published many poems Mfalrs‹,
and is the author of a vol-
Daily—Haapital
Sympathy
ume of poetic classics.

ORT 50th Anniversary Marked by National Board

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(Continued from Page 1)
an address by Joseph Har-
matz, director general of
ORT Israel.
Reports on the functions
of the newly-formed Bram-
son ORT Training Center
Division of Technology and
Business Administration in
New York received special
acclaim. Prior to the form
_ a-
tion of this new school the
earlier Bramson school in
New York functioned for 35
years training thousands of
Jewish immigrants. The
ervices now being rendered
Jewish newcomers from
sia were stressed espe-
' cially in the current confer-
ence reports.
At the opening session of
the conference Monday
evening, Dr. William
Haber, president of the cen-
tral board of the World ORT
Union, who served as
president of American ORT
for 25 years;gave a resume
of ORT achievements in
serving as a most vital
agency that has led Jews
from the slums into creative
labors.
Conducted under the
chairmanship of Reese
Feldman, national board
conference chairman, the
opening dinner meeting
was addressed by Mark
Siegel, who resigned
from President Carter's
staff last March; 'Harold
Friedman, president of
World ORT; state and
Dearborn officials and
local women leaders.
Suzie Walters, chairman
of the local arrangements
committee, and Sharon
Hart, president of the
Michigan Region, greeted
the conference.
Silverenia Q. Kanayton
spoke in behalf of Governor
William Milliken and there
was a welcoming speech by
Mayor John B. O'Reilly of
Dearborn.
Reporting to the confer-
ence as the national

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president of American ORT
Women, Mrs. Ruth Eisen-
berg gave an analysis of the
aims and accomplishments
of the women in the ORT
movement throughout the
country.
In his address, Siegel
commended the- Israeli and
Egyptian leaders,
Menahem Begin and Anwar
Sadat, and President
Jimmy Carter for their con-
structive efforts for peace at
the Camp David delibera-
tions, expressing the hope
that the tasks will reach ful-
fillment at the peace-
making now being con-
ducted in Washington.
Resolutions pledging
aid to the Prisoners of
Conscience in Russia,
support for the Equal
Rights Amendment, ORT
as a major movement in
Jewish life, condemna-
tion of the rising tide of
neo-Nazism were among
decisive actions taken by
the delegates.

As a statement of policy
and dedication to the ORT
principles, the conference
adopted this declaration:
"Gathered together at our
12th National Board Con-
ference, we extend our
greetings to the American
ORT Federation. We share
the common bond of our
work on behalf of the global
ORT program.
"We look forward to the
excitement of our Cente-
nary Year and to the next
two years when, working
individually and together,
here in the United States,
we shall strengthen our ties
in a common cause, acceler-
ate our membership and
fund-raising activities and
bring the message of ORT to
every home in America.

"The dedication of the
Bramson ORT Training
Center, Division of
Technology and Business
Administration • has
brought us cloAr, as we
work to meet the needs of
our own nation. We have
accepted a mutual re-
sponsibility to insure the
school's growth and
maintain ORT's technical
superiority. Together, we
have the opportunity to
explore new avenues of
ORT service in the United
States and fulfill our
commitment, to our
people.
"The leadership, of the
-American ORT Federation
has worked to gain mem-
bership strength, develop
new units of organization
and involve their members
in meaningful activity.

Young .to Avoid
UN Activities
for Palestinians

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — A spokesman for
the U.S. Mission to the
United Nations said that
Ambassador Andrew
Young will not participate
in General Assembly ac-
tivitities this year on behalf
of the Palestinians, includ-
ing celebration of "Pales-
tine Day" to be marked on
Nov. 29.

They have set new perspec- in the deliberations in-
tives for growth and fund cluded Chaim Zeldes,
raising. We share the pride novelist and poet whose re-
of their success and offer our cent two novels attracted
best wishes for their contin- wide attention. Author of
ued gtowth. These vigorous "Brothers" and "The Mar-
efforts must enhance their riage Bed," Zeldes has com-
capacity to meet the needs -- pleted another novel soon to
ORT's students and
schools."

Public-relations-wise,
there was an interesting
sideline in the national re-
presentation at the confer-
ence. The staff participating

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