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March 12, 1971 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-12

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Project to Increase Number of Educators Serving Western European Jewish Communities
PARIS (JTA) - The European

.

Council of Jewish Community Serv-
ices has launched a project for a
massive increase in the number of
Jewish educators serving the
European Jewish communities,
Council President Claud Kelman

announced
Kelman, .a leading official of the
Fonds Social Juif Unifie, the cen-
tral French Jewish communal or-
ganization, stressed that the project
could succeed only if undertaken
throughout Western Europe.

"The situation in Israel and the
tragedy of Russia's JeWs must not
make us forget the essential: our
own survival as Jews," he told a
press conference. Council Director
Sam Castro announced that the or-
ganization had signed an agree-

ment with the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem enabling French high
school graduates to continue their
studies in Israel for three or four
years before returning to Europe
as Jewish educators.
Castro added that the council

was establishing a central Jewish
film library housing materials to
be made available to all European
Jewish communities.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 12, 1971-9

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THREE YEARS

TWO YEARS

ONE YEAR

NBS
$4.50
per hundred

Others
$6.00
per hundred

NBS
$4.50
per hundred

Others
36.00
per hundred

Amount
Financed

NBS
$4.50 -
per hundred

Others
$6.00••
per hundred

$1,500

67.50

90.00

22.50

135.00

180.00

45.00

202.50

270.00

67.50

$2,000

90.00

120.00

30.00

180.00

240.00

60.00

270.00

360.00

90.00

$2,500

112.50

150.00

37.50

225.00

300.00

75.00

337.50

450.00

112.50

$3,000

135.00

180.00

45.00

270.00

360.00

90.00

405.00

540.00

135.00

$3,500

157.50

210.00

. 52.50

315.00

420.00

105.00

472.50 -

630.00

157.50

$4,000

180.00

240.00

60.00

360.00

480.00

120.00

540.00

720.00

180.00

'Annual percentage rate 8.7%

You Save
at NBS

You Save
at NBS

You Save
at NBS

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