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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Israel Bank Sells Ford Fund
$5,000,000 Capital Note
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Bank
Leumi le-Israel. Israel's largest
commercial bank, has sold to the
Ford Foundation in the United
States a six and one half per cent
capital note for $5,000,000 to ex-
pand the bank's foreign business,
Dr Y. Foerder, chairman of the
bank's council of governors, an-
The note will be repaid in the
1970-72 period. The proceeds will
be used for bank operations in
London, Zurich and New York, all
of which are expanding. Foerder
said the bank's balance sheet
showed an increase of 16 per cent
from 1965 to 1966.
Israel Among the Nations
By ELIAHU SALPETER
JTA Correspondent in Israel
(Copyright, 1967, JTA, Inc.)
JERUSALEM—As far as timing
is concerned, it is only a coinci-
dence that Israel's Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban left on his Far
East and South East Asian tour,
early in March, when reports of
three significant events reached
the headlines: Indonesia's Com-
munist-loving, skirt-chasing Presi-
dent Sukarno finally formally
handed over most of his powers
to anti-Communist General Su-
harto; India's ruling Congress
Party suffered serious setbacks in
general elections; and Communist
China's Mao Tse Tung seems to be
trying to call a halt to the cha-
otic "Cultural Revolution" in his
Isras Offers Debentures country.
Israel has no, diplomatic rela-
NEW YORK—An offering of tions with Communist China or
$5,000,000 seven per cent Convert- with Indonesia; and, while there
ible Debentures, due 1983, is being is mutual diplomatic recognition
made by Isras—Israel-Rassco In- with India, actual relations are
vestment Co.. Ltd.. of Tel Aviv, only on a Consular level. Eban
according to a registration state- will not visit any of these three
ment filed with the Securities and countries. His itinerary includes
Exchange Commission, Washing- Thailand, Australia, New Zealand,
ton, D.C., which became effective the Philippines, Japan, Cambodia
on March 9.
and Burma. But the state of, or
The offering comprises a rights the absence of, relations with In-
issue to holders of the company's dia, China and Indonesia, the
ordinary shares for an aggregate three most populous Asian cam-
of $3,063,240 at a price of 95 per tries,s i one of the most signifi-
in 30 days.
with cant factors of Israel's position
on the Continent to which she her
any portion of the debentures not
subscribed for under the rights self When
Israel, in the early fif-
offering are being offered to the ties, first broadened the circle of
general public at a price of 100 her traditional friendships beyond
per cent. Proceeds of the offering Western Europe and the Ameri-
will be used for furthering the cas, the new friends were found
company's projects in Israel.
in Asia. During U Nu's regime,
Sees 1-Sided Friendship
Israel to Have TV
LONDON (ZINS) — A plea to
Jews and Christians for improved
30 Months From Now
EXPERIENCED TEACHER trained in L SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter social relations was made in an
teaching the mentally retarded, emo- work. We specialize in rec. rooms. BR editorial in the London Guardian.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Tele-
tionally disturbed and grades 1-6. Call :3 4326. LI 5-4035.
vision will come to Israel in
i The newspaper regrets the lack of
538-2661, after 5:00 p.m.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
about 2?./2 years, Minister of In-
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005. socializing between Jews and
formation Israel Galili told the
Christians by not inviting each
Cabinet here Monday.
other into their homes, which the
WANTED — Young man to tutor 10-
At present, Israel has only
newspaper says is the best means
year-old boy for Bar Mitzva and trans-
educational TV. When the serv-
late as well as read Hebrew. Call after Attic, garage basement cleanup. to strengthen fellowship.
ices are expanded, in about 30
A reply to this editorial was
months, Galili reported, it will
made in a letter to the editor by a
Southfield Jewish physician. The doctor as- broadcast general programs for
21/2 hours daily, in black and
. serfs that he has been inviting
white only, and there will be no
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and Jordan. Fifty terroristic acts I cuous among these are students
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Judge Brandeis' Memory were carried out by bands who in- from
, ranee under the aegis of the
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' Oded" movement. 240 students
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Experienced. Part-time or
studied under the auspices of
NEW YORK — The 25th anni-
"Oded" at the Hebrew University
versary of the death of Supreme Israeli Oil Wells Yielding
and the Haifa Technion with the
assistance of a special budgetary
will be officially marked at the Tiny Pct. of Nations Needs
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Israeli j fund set up by the Jewish Agency.
opening session of the 41st annual
SALESPERSON wanted in Men's Cloth-
ing store. Willing to train if necessary. conference of the YIVO Institute oil wells yielded only 8.4 per cent
for Jewish Research April 8 at of the fuel requirements of the f
The Jewish community of Pan-
country last year. The oil wells of
COMPANION — Light housekeeping for
last year produced 186,- ama, which dates back to the
elderly Jewish home. Salary — private
Alexander M. Bickel. Chancellor 500 tons, the Naphta wells-86,000 middle of the 19th Century, num-
room. Kosher home. 533-2011.
Kent Professor of Law and Legal tons—alto
gether 272,500 tons. In bers some 2,000 persons, about
year the country con- half of whom live in the capital,
deliver a major address on Justice sumed 3.230.000 tons of fuel. IPanama City.
EXPERIENCED day worker, best refer- Brandeis' achievements as a jurist,
ences, Transportation. $12.80 per day.
TY 8-8440 before 8 a.m., after 5:30 as a public figure and as a Jew.
Dr. Bickel is one of the foremost
experts on the Supreme Court
LICENSED Practical Nurse wishes work.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)
and its history in the country.
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JERUSALEM—The Jewish population throughout the world, in
YOUNG MAN — Single, looking for a
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position. Willing to learn. Background
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ment, phone collections, personal. Call
POCATELLO (JTA) — An invi- Tuesday.
He reported that the decline of the Jewish birth rate was
tation from students at Idaho State
University to George Rockwell, the particularly striking in Europe and that the Jewish population in
Nazi, to speak at the university, the United States was static. His population research was carried
BASKIN-ROBBINS ice cream store — I.was, vetoed Monday by the Idaho out in conjunction with the Institute of Contemporary Jewry of the
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World Jewish Population Down by Pct.
Burma was almost a "sister
country" to Israel and the first
underdeveloped nation where Is-
raeli experts began to contrib-
ute their own know-how and ex-
perience. However, when the
military take-over resulted in
Burma's "turning inward" and
limiting her relations with other
countries in general, ties with
Israel also became more re-
stricted. In recent months, coop-
eration has again been somewhat
broadened, and it is hoped that
Mr. Eban's visit will revive the
old warm friendship.
Burma belongs to the "neutral-
ist" group of countries on Eban's
schedule, which also includes Cam-
bodia of the same group. The visit
in both should serve, besides the
direct aim of strengthening co-
operation, also to underscore the
fact that Israel's ties in Asia are
not limited to the pro-Western na-
tions. In this second group, rela-
tions with Japan, both on the polit-
ical and the economic sphere, are
close and steady. With Thailand
there has been - an improvement
lately, while ties with the Philip-
pines have somewhat loosened in
recent years and bear tightening.
Australia and New Zealand, the
two countries in the third group
on Mr. Eban's itinerary, have been
Israel's steady and good friends
from the first time of her exis-
While the fate of Mao's "Cul-
tural Revolution" is unlikely to
have direct impact on Israel's
relations with that country, the
world has now become so small
that events in any major coun-
try do affect nations all over
Thus, should events in Peking
lead to an end of the war in Viet-
nam, one may expect a further
easing of the Cold War. And it
is generally assumed here that
improved relations b et w e en
Washington and Moscow might
not only lessen the bargaining
power of Nasser and the Arabs
in general, but should also lead
to an improvement in the atti-
tude of Moscow toward Israel.
Indonesia is a Moslem country,
but that in itself should not have
prevented her from friendly rela-
tions with Israel, such as there
exist with many Moslem countries
in Africa and Asia. However, Pres-
ident Sukarno has from the early
fifties presented himself in the
role of one of the leaders of the
"neutralist camp" and leaned
heavily on Nasser and other "pro-
gressive" forces in the Arab
The sorest point with many Is-
raelis is India's biased attitude
and her steady support of Arab
causes, irrespective of their merit.
It hurts not only because of the
substance of it, but because of two
additional reasons: India's prac-
tically open admission that she
must court the Arabs to gain their
support in her dispute with Pakis-
tan strengthens the hands of the
Arabs trying to blackmail other
nations that do have friendly rela-
tions with Israel. And, ,secondly,
there is still a residue of bitter
disappointment that the heirs of
Ghandi have proven themselves
to be the arch-hypocrites of in-
ternational life. This, too, some
Israelis speculate hopefully, might
change slowly as Indians begin
to rethink realities of their politi-
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