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February 21, 1969 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-21

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• • •

Hebrew U. Summer Courses Planned for 1,000 Students

JERUSALEM—The Hebrew Uni-
versity is planning to receive 1,200
students within the framework of
the summer courses to be held in
July and August 1969. The number

Security Council Meeting
Called Off After Israel
Defers Action on Law

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — A
meeting of the Security Council,
called by Jordan over a planned
Israeli implementation of a law
on registration of businesses and
licensed professionals in East Jeru-
salem, was postponed indefinitely
Feb. 11.
Andre Berard of France, the
February president, said the meet-
ing was postponed because Israel
announced previously it would
defer implementation of the law
for three Months, until May 23.
Jordan asked for the meeting
ea a. complaint that the law
*mold require that such busi-
nesses and_ professionals now
Bader Arab auspices be register-
ed -under Israeli law. The request
Was denounced by the Israeli
Isere as an attempt to
tiveive Pie United Nations in
"irrelevant teelsaicalities" at a
thae when Middle East peace
Nana in the balance._
f Israeli statement re erred
The
continued "terror warfare" by
Jordan and other Arab govern-
ments against Israel, the execu-
thin of Iraqi Jews "because they
are Jews," and the continued pres-
ence of Jews in prisons and con-
centration camps in other Arab
countries.
'Else statement then added that
la such circumstances, and parti-
- elderly when Dr. Gunnar V. Jar-
ring, the UN Mid-East peace en-
voy, was about to resume his peace
mission, the Jordan complaint was
"the height of frivolity and ir-
responsible malice."

anticipated is approximately four
times as large as last year's enroll-
ment while the number of regular
courses offered-21—is an increase
of 17 over last year. In addition
there will also be several special
courses designed for specific
groups of students.
Abraham Avi-hai, associate dean
for overseas students and director
for summer courses, points out that
each course is planned as a 16-
hour unit, i.e., it can earn the stu-
dent one credit at his home college.
Generally speaking students will be
limited to a lecture schedule which
can earn them up to four credits in
any one of the two sessions. How-
ever, many of the courses exceed
16 hours—thus a course of 32 hours
carries two credits.
The courses are open to under-
graduates and graduates, as well
as to adults with an academic back-
ground who are not presently en-
rolled at an institution of higher
education. All participants must
have completed at least one year
of university studies. -
The language of instruction is
almost always English, but for
those who want to specialize in
Hebrew there are two courses in
modern Hebrew (intermediate and
advanNd standards) which each
extend four hours a day, five days
a week for six weeks—a total of 120

ese two
hours. Applicants for
or these
courses are asked to attach to their
application forms a few sentences
in Hebrew (written without help!)
giving their Hebrew background
and -their reasons for wanting to
enroll in the course. For students
of the Hebrew language, Bible and
theology there is a special two-
month course (given in English) on
Biblical Hebrew. It will be run
under the direction of Prof. Chaim
Rabin.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 21, 1969-3

`Bible' Terrorists Nabbed

MENLO PARK, Calif.—Members
of "Society of Man," a local Bible
study group, must have been read-
ing the wrong bible. Nine of them
were arrested as suspects in 31
bombings and terrorist acts on the
San Francisco peninsula. Police
raids yielded weapons, Nazi para-
phernalia and ultra-rightwing lit-
erature.

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DRESSES
GOWNS
COATS—SUITS
FURS—STOLES
SPORTSWEAR

Strictly Kosher
Meats and
Poultry

ASSETS

Cash and U.S. Government Securities
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank
First Mortgage Loans
Home Improvement Loans
Savings Loans
Land Contracts on Residential Property
Real Estate Held for Redemption
Office Buildings and Equipment
Other Assets

Total

LIABILITIES

Savings Accounts
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank
Loans in Process
Other Liabilities (Principally for Taxes Prepaid by Borrowers)
Specific Reserves
General Reserves and Surplus

Total

$ 13,351,189.49
2,670,000.00
177,264,451.81
3,289,063.04
299,926.67
1,274,185.53
306,046.66
1,449,707.32
2,054,541.61

$201,959,112.13

$176,414,483.78
10,200,000.00
1,085,157.60
3,096,505.98
94,955.95
11,068,008.82

$201,959,112.13

STATE OF MICHIGAN COUNTY OF WAYNE

We hereby certify that the foregoing is a true statement
to the best of our knowledge and belief of the condition of
AMERICAN SAVINGS ASSOCIATION on the 31st day of December, 1968.
ALFRED L. DEUTSCH, President
GEORGE M. ZELTZER, Executive Vice
President and Secretary
Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary Public in and for
Wayne County, Michigan, this 2nd day of January, 1969.
MURIEL SHAPIRO, Notary Public
Wayne County, Michigan
My commission expires October 10, 1971

AMERICAN SAVINGS ASSOCIATION

Member Federal Home Loan Bank System
Accounts insured to $15,000 by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation_

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