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October 06, 1978 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEW YORK (JTA) —

The Association of Reform
Zionists of America (ARZA)
has initiated a massive
campaign to collect signa-
tures demanding American
recognition of Jerusalem as
Israel's capital.
The campaign, which was
suggested by Rabbi Ale-
xander M. Schindler,
president of the Union of
kmerican Hebrew Congre-
ations, will continue
through October in the 715
Reform congregations in
the United States. The peti-
tions will be presented to
President Carter in early
December.
Rabbi Roland B. Gittel-
sohn, ARZA president, em-
phasized that "the cam-
paign in no way expresses
any displeasure with the
Camp Daivd accords. On the
ccintrary, we are extremely
pleased with what can be a
giant step toward peace in
the Middle East and
grateful for the role
President Carter played in
eliciting compromise on all
sides.

President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt evidenced no diffi-
culty in making an official
visit to Jerusalem last No-
vember.
"When Egypt opens the
first Arab embassy in Israel
within the next few months,
Mr. Sadat may be per-
suaded to locate it in
Jerusalem . — if the United
States first establishes pre-
cedent."

Israeli President Yit-
zhak Navon: Every citizen

wants to fashion the state in
his own image — religious,
secular, capitalist, socialist
. . . and one might think
that the country would
explode over such .dis-
agreement.
But we have two things
uniting us, our history and
our Torah. It takes time for
Jews from 102 countries
and speaking 81 languages
to understand each other
after 2,000 years of separate
existence in the Diaspora.

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ARZA Campaigns: Recognize
Jerusalem as Israel Capital

Friday, October 6, 1918 19

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"The agreements do,
• however, leave issues

open for future negotia-
tion and determination,
among them the status of
Jerusalem. We fear that
American refusal to rec-
ognize Jerusalem as Is-
rael's capital after 30
years will encourage the
Arabs to push for a di-
vided city, thus threaten-
ing the peace process at
some future date. By re-
locating our embassy
now, the United States
would be heading off a
possible stalemate later
on."

Gittelsohn also noted that

Computer Finds
Holiday Greeting

RAMAT-GAN — The use
of computers in making
Jewish sources readily
available to stholars and
laymen is illustrated this
year on the New Year greet-
ing card of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity.
The card shows a com-
puter terminal and a greet-
ing found by the univer-
sity's computer in the Re-
sponsa of the Chatam Sofer:
"May it be God's will that
the corning year shall be
both good and sweet — a
year in which He will raise
_us from the depths of de-
)air and cause us to climb
.,rie path leading to the
House of the Lord."

The Rabbinic Re-
sponsa Computer Project
at Bar-Ran has for sev-
eral years been recording
rabbinic Responsa texts
on computer tape for
easy retrieval and re-
search.

This literature is a
1,500-year-old collection of
case law dealing with real-
life situations as they arose
throughout the Jewish
world and were dealt with
by the rabbinic courts. To
date the project has re-
corded some 23,825 Re-
sponsa.

Something new
to interest you.

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year, guaranteed for the full term.
Earning an effective annual rate of
8.24% on deposits of $1,000.00 or more.
Come in and talk about this and all our other
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Type of
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Minimum Annual
Amount
Rate

Effective
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How and
When-Paid

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$1,000

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8.24%

Paid and compounded
quarterly.

6-Year
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$1,000

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Paid and compounded
quarterly.

4-Year
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$1
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7.50%

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Paid and compounded
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21/2-Year
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$1,000

6.75%

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Paid and compounded
quarterly.

One-Year
Certificate

$1,000

6.50%

6.66%

Paid and compounded
quarterly.

Six-Month
$10,000
(26-Week)
Investment

Certificate

Interest rate is 1/4%
above the average
discount rate on
Treasury Bills in effect
on the date the account
is opened.

Paid at maturity.

Federal regulations require a substantial interest penalty for early withdrawal from
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