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February 22, 1980 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-22

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48 Friday, February 22, MN

THE MIT IWISII NEWS

Bond Leaders Shown Israel's Progress

Present at the recent
dedication of a new steel-
hardening plant in the
Jerusalem suburb of Maale
Adumim were Detroit Is-
rael Bond leaders David B.
Holtzman and David B.
Hermelin.
Avraham "Buma" Shavit,
head of the Israel Manufac-
turers Association, chair-
man of the board of El Al,
and guest speaker at the
dedication ceremonies,
stated, "Only the Israeli
with his unique combina-
tion of pluck and faith could
have converted the bleak
prospects of Maale Adumim
into such a promising
industrial estate."
Leading a group of more
than 300 Israel Bond Prime
Minister's Conference dele-
gates in touring a variety of
plants in the Maale
Adumim industrial park,
Shavit invited the delegates
to personally involve them-
selves in Israel's industrial
growth, through the Israel
Bond Corporate Activities
Division.
"We have come to build
a constructive and prod-

uctive society here," he
said, "and we look to our
industrialist counter-
parts in Detroit, in
Chicago, in all the great
cities of America, to help
support our economic
development program."
The Israel Bond Corpo-
rate Activities Division in
Detroit is headed by Harold
Beznos.
Shavit declared that the
changing international
situation demands an in-
creased effort to secure Is-
rael's economy. He said,
"We have moved quickly;
our current problems of
high costs, galloping infla-
tion and the deficit in our
balance of payments are be-
cause we push ourselves to
do everything sooner and
faster. We have to: we ha-
ven't got time to delay."
Israel cannot delay, he
told the delegates, but
neither can she go it alone.
"What we are trying to
achieve today in a hostile
area is something which has
never been done before in
the history of humanity.
And we have succeeded. We

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Shown during the Israel Bond mission are
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The opening of this fac-
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for widowed and divorced
men and women and their
families, will conduct a pro-
gram "How to Use Your
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abroad who are prepared to
invest in Israel."
Urging the delegates to
support the infrastruc-
ture of Israel, Shavit said,
"We can prove to you that
in 30 years we have never
defaulted on a loan. We
have repaid every cent.
We have flattened moun-
tains, we have drained
swamps, we have built
homes and schools, hos-
pitals and factories
under threat of enemy at-
tack. We have done all
this and never defaulted
on a loan, even on one
cent."
Israel is a country which
by all the rules of logic
ought never to have existed
and whose economy ought
never to have flourished,
concluded Shavit. "The fact
that Israel has achieved so
much is in large part due to
her partners abroad, whose
faith in Israel has never fal-
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time in the history of the
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The annual SPACE
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for divorced and
widowed men and
women and their families
will be held noon Sunday
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Feb. 17 —To Dr. and Mrs.
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• • •
Feb. 16 — To Mr. and
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• • •
Feb. 16 — To Mr. and
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daughter, Annie Robin.
• • •
Feb. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Green (Linda S.
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son, Russell Jay.
• • •
Feb. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Joel A. Kaye (Andrea
Berris) of Southfield, a son,
Eric Bryan.
• • •
Feb. 10 — To Mr. and -
Mrs. Joel Mutnick (Cheryl
Shultz) of Southfield, a son,
Bradley Ryan.
• • •
Feb. 10— To Dr. and Mrs.
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Friedman) of Farmington
Hills, a daughter, Alona
Michelle.
• • •
Feb. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Graziano (Sheila Ru-
bin) of Detroit, a daughter,
Alana Bee.
• • •
Jan. 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert C. Zack (Bar-
bara Newman) of West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
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