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courses and the idea of vocational Italso formed 00wi400,00Fories involv liake numbers of thelg with good ) c instructed in y Jell[h: ods of produc- rant P0 break of World ,in 4, the Russian rail. lies embarked on ]  iepulsionofJews ties lZones, consider- .rmi "unreliable ent0 tRT faced a most the l :Provide masses aas[Prted from their ar new means to rti'dded to war-time atioarne the civil war hin!Fnued in Russia byd brought the les. into existence. es plt!re economic out llthe Jewish corn- wnS]hattered. Poland, in _d Jewish popula- 2@an independent w c,rOCiously anti- to 1 Jews being ng 1 from running r%rized openly in s ,4], The 6,000,000 ak %sia were flag- t, thong Russia. of "qania, Lithuania ld In scope and jd need was without lat leWish annals until ;ce[ ,tat then reorganized ,h I "JO '.:ommittee no di] to function in trai the Communist ._,llVd to Berlin. It a World ORT ' sent Dr. Leon hd Dr. Aron to the United tablish contact int Distribution  l!d to form an 1" organization. AUTO MECHANICS students at the ORT Jerusalem Center practice repairing a car, Jewish cooperative industries in Soviet Russia and supplied them with machines, tools and raw materials. Some 700 such cooperative enterprises with 35,000 members were established. Hitler's coming to power in Germany drove tens of thousands of Jews out of business, industry and professions, compelling them to turn to manual work to obtain their livelihoods. Declassed doctors, lawyers, civil servants and business. men were instructed by ORT in such trades as electroplat- ins, motor repair and metal wok, preparing them for employment as refugees in France and other countries, After the fall of the Nazi regime, ORT trained liberated Jewish survivors in the Displaced Persons camps. Some 80,000 persons--one in every four of the DPs-- passed through ORT vocational centers. ORT in Israel Of all the tasks which ORT has undertaken during its his- tory, none has the dimensions of its work in Israel. ORT actually created a skilled labor force in Israel trained in 91 dif- ferent technical and professional crafts. The ORT A WORKSHOP in the television technology section of the ORT Milan Center in Italy. engineers, navigation officers, technicians in laboratories and in optical instrument plants. Many graduates will now fill key posts in the tech- nical branches of the defense :1 forces, in the merchant marine, in research institu- T was esta tions, in industrial laboratories 'iprimarily wit and in practically every kind of 6  -.!eJewishlabor enterprise in the nation. As Feivingfinancial trainees include auto industrial craftsmen they are from the Joint Illj_ Committee, mechanics, tractor repairmen, to be found in hundreds of fac- tool and die makers, tories, large and small, acle unions and illian Women's electronic technicians, throughout the country. IJ'ltonducted an computer programmers, aeronautic and automation ORT in Orlando Area t. campaign specialists, architectural With 25 people, theOrlando "draftsmen, machine de- Day Chapter of ORT was char- . of events signers, fashion designers, teredOctober 28, 1964asa $1" world wars-- ship engineers, welders, "Chapter at Large." Nineyears :g:se role ORT printers, medical laboratory later, as the chapter's activi- ..the struggle for technicians, hotel cooks, ship ties expanded the Orlando ,-rK"urvival of Jews and airplane stewards, and Evening Chapter was formed I".a and other men and women in many primarily for working women .:sand 30s-- other skills, or young mothers. ORT rfle 'attention of Well over 40,000 students always accommodates its ,$J to the ORT are now enrolled in the ORT membership. ;"rated that ORT network of schools in Israel Because ORT moves with between the with a good number of them the times and demographics, -_,]' Vars served visualizing themselves as as Orlando's population O' builders and repairers of began migrating north, a SOviet Union planes, computer experts, Seminole Chapter was estab- iaivitiesofthe radar operators, electronic lished. As a mass organiza- J9 the existence IT to help Jews 11. led artisans and J 'Drkers and main- .n th the World llj1, [rli'n. In 1938, U organizations '4nion including '.!joint and the ;.ll'hization Associa- qqidated.-  .0 years of ":r the Soviet i,at:as 'ed ed j hwiU  tion, ORT must continuously accommodate its members. So in the Spring of 1977 the Day chapter, with a very large membership at this time, split to form the Altamonte group to provide the type of programming for women whose children were grown and husbands retired. The Orlando area pre- sented world ORT with a birth- day preserit in its IOOth year when the new Semoran Chapter was formed in September 1979. With a membership of ap- proximately 550 in the Orlando area ORT Chapters, like world ORT, it will continu- ously strive to increase mem- bership and with it. produc- tivity. The strength of ORT since the very first year of its exis- tence lies in the fact that the organization provides a solid economic future for those who receive skilled training in its vocational school system. With this strength ORT managed to exist its first 100 years. With this strength it now enters its second century. ALBERT EINSTEIN, (I to r) H.G. Wells and George Bernard Shaw at an ORT dinner in London in 1931. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. April 4, 1080. Page 7 Whoever ( Has the CHAI BID Wins the AUCTION Contributor Item or Service $ Value P Lefk0witz. B Bines C Albert, S Cohen, A Zeidwerg M/M Paul Jeser iShetley Kolm D Mat Kerstein Bonnie Friedman Lmda Meitin Lois Tannenbaum Adene/Mulay Schwartz Natalie Misky Sunny & Lestel Mandell Hal Dessau Roberta Cooper Joan Foreman Saul C0rnell Mah jong lessons 1500 Fondue Dinner lot 2 Interior Design Consultation Sailing Lessons Guita 0 Piano Lessons Lamaze Natural Childbirth [_essons Gomrnet Chinese dinner for 4 Gift Certificate-printing Watercolo[ Painting Condominium Weekend- New Smyrna Bch. Port-A-Pet Crate Cream Cheese Cake Complete Hair Styling Piano tuning or repairs DicklD0ttie Appelbaum Dinner at their home Mike/Laura Feldman Tennis & Wine at Jerry Rolh Carol Adler Elliot Zerivitz Nira Stein Gary Baumgarten Dr. Cary D. Ser Vici Rock Vici Rock Julian Meitin Gene Levine Bob G01dberg Blanche Goldberg Ed Sonobria Orlando Racquet Club Gill Cerlificate--lcaBelle Furs Decorated Cake--serves 25 people 25 loaves Rye Bread Gift Certificate--The Source Evening on the town Tutoring in English (not over 10 hrs) Party Assistance--child's party Clown Costume Processing Plant Tour Domestic Car Tune-up A Personal Song Russian Vegetable Pie Dinner for 2 at Baker Street Ramada Inn Southwest2 nighls/1 room Hilton Inn Fla. Center 2 nights/2 people Hilton Inn Gateway 2 nights/2 people Breckenridge Resort 3 days-2 nights/2 people Hotel/St. Pete Howard Johnson 3 days-2 nights/2 people Hollywood Beach Holiday Inn East 1 room 40.00 Carillon-Miami Bch 3 days-2 nightsl2 people 92.00 Palm-Aire-Pompano 3 days-2 nights/2 people 8DO.O0 Full Spa Plan 3 meals a day Hazel Doughty Hair Style & Shampoo 900 First One In/Kay One Tennis Lesson 10.00 Merrell B. Beole/Sineni's Rest. Dinner for 2 20.00 Shakey's Pizza Parlor 4 Gift Certs.--2 Super Suppers {ea 6.75 Dutch Inn/Buena Vista 2 Gift Certs.--Dinner for 2 50.00 Court of Flags GiGi Italian Rest. Beef & Bottle Bombays Rest. LeCordon Bleu TGIFs Villa Nova Rick Kautman I Lease Car Co. Jin He (All. Sprgs ) fe Jardin Court of Flags 25.00 7500 50.00 24.00 25.00 3000 25 O0 75 O0 10000 39 95 I0.00 16.00 2500 2500 1000 250.00 20.0 40.0O 10.00 20.00 per hr. 50,00 32.00 600 2500 800O 100.00 85.00 Dinner for 2 2500 Dinner for 2 25.00 Dinner for 4 or 2 dinners for 2 40.00 Dinner for 2 25.00 Dinner for 2 2500 Dinner for 2 50.00 4 Auto Refurbishings em 2500 2 Dinners for 2 19.50 Dinner for 2  Honeymoon stay. 2 breakfasts JCC CHAI BID AUCTION APRIL 5th at 8pro ORLANDO JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 851 N. Maitland Ave., Maitland Donation -- $1.50 Door Prizes to be Awarded