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March 30, 1984 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New interfaith peace
academy in Israel

BY DON MCEVOY
Special to The Jewish News

Friday, March 30, 1984

37

OPEN
A FIRST FEDERAL IRA
AND EARN
GUARANTEED HIGH INTEREST
RIGHT FROM THE START.

clashes of interest and am-
bition do not exist, nor by
Scientists and theolo- shutting our eyes to
gians will face together the genuine evil and injustice
awesome global challenges behind many of the strug-
presented by "the nuclear gles for power and control."
arms race and rash of
You don't start," he as-
regional wars" in a newly serts, "by waving banners
established interfaith peace or issuing manifestos and
academy in Jerusalem.
party resolutions. Peace
Headed by Dr. Landrum making is more than words
Bolling, former president of and gestures, more than
Indiana's Eariham College, diplomatic negotiations. It
and more recently a re- is an exercise in listening,
search professor at the thinking and searching —
Georgetown School of of defining and weighing
First Federal announces a new 60-Month Certificate IRA Plan.
Foreign Service in Wash- options and waiting for
ington, the Inter-Faith some light to break
Academy for Peace will through."
Peacemaking, according
share the campus of Israel's
Ecumenical Institute for to Landrum, is high-risk
business, and effectiveness
Theological Research.
The new academy has is not guaranteed simply by
been established to follow noble intentions.
annual interest, paid and compounded quarterly,
I wish them well in this
up on seminars of scientists
and guaranteed for the full term of the account.
and theologians convened new venture. I appreciate
in recent years in Vienna the realistic tone of their
and Rome. Those meetings approach. And where better
brought together a signific- than Jerusalem in this
ant number of leaders of na- quest for peace?
National Conference of
tional academies of science
from Europe, the Soviet Christians and Jews
effective annual yield.
Union, the U.S., Asia and
Ministry Seeks
Latin America.
This rate effective Tuesday, March 6, 1984, until further notice.
The new academy will Independence
Look what it can do for you—on a $2,000 deposit
seek to promote the serious,
Jerusalem (JNI) — Un-
systematic study of current
over five years—and compare it to the results you get
conflicts from diverse reli- less the Absorption Minis-
with other IRA plans currently available.
gious and political points of try has its own development
budget
for
housing,
sole
view, with the long range
goal of promoting "the authority to deal with the
growth of knowledge, problems of olim and a clear
understanding and media- division of labor with the
tion skills among the Jewish Agency, it has no
variety of people concerned right to exist, Absorption
with the improvement of Minister Aharon Uzan told
the Histadrut Absorption
the peace process."
President Landrum ad- Council March 15.
Uzan also said he intends
mits that "the idea that
religious scholars and to suggest to the Ministerial
others who approach the Economic Committee that
complex problems of war dismissal should not affect
and peace out of their faith new immigrants.
commitments have any-
thing useful to say about MKs attend
these issues is, on the face of
solidarity lunch
things, preposterous."
Jerusalem (JNI) — Knes-
On the other hand, he
notes, "the politicians and set members attending a
the generals haven't done luncheon at the King David
all that well in banishing Hotel earlier this month
the increasingly wide- dined on small portions of Above example assumes a $2,000 balance on deposit, with interest compounded for five full calendar years.
spread suspicion that the black bread, herring and
experts don't really know water as a symbol of solidar-
Compare IRA plans carefully
these questions anywhere else,
what they are doing, and ity with Soviet Jewish re-
may well be on their way to fusniks .
before
you
commit.
and we think you'll commit to
The luncheon, which was
blowing up the whole
You should ask: What's
First Federal.
held in a banquet room cor-
world."
Realism in approaching doned off with barbed wire,
the
interest
rate?
Is
it
com-
This and other IRA accounts
the task of peace-making is was one of the activities
pounded?
How
much
will
my
at
First
Federal can be opened
the key-note of Bolling's ap- scheduled for Soviet Sol-
money actually earn each year?
with a minimum deposit of as
proach. "We cannot advance idarity Week.
the cause of peace," he says,
How is the interest credited to
little as $100.
-
"by lulling ourselves into Federation cited
IRS regulations require a substantial penalty for
my
account?
When?
thinking that there are easy
Chicago (JTA) — The
withdrawal prior to age 59 1/2 on IRA plans. Federal
Measure our IRA Plan
solutions to hard dilemmas, Jewish Federation of Met-
regulations require a substantial penalty for early
nor by pretending that the ropolitan Chicago has been
against
the
answers
you
get
to
withdrawal from certificate accounts.
seemingly intractable chosen as one of seven
mutual assistance associa-
Photo exhibit
tions in the area by the Ford
Washington — Eight Foundation which has pro-
Congressmen are sponsor- vided a major grant to help
ing an exhibit on Jerusalem Indochinese refugees adjust
FEDERAL
in April on Capitol Hill to life in the United States.
amid the Congressional de-
bate over moving the U.S. NY vote drive
Embassy from Tel Aviv to
New York (JTA) — A
Jerusalem.
voter registration drive is
The exhibit contains 60 being conducted under au-
photographs of Jerusalem, spices of the Federation of
taken by Israeli artist Jewish Philanthropies
Farag Peri. The exhibit will within its network of hospi-
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also be displayed' at the tals, community centers,
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Af- senior citizens centers,
American Israel Public Af-
Ann Arbor
Boyne City
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Grand Rapids
Owosso
fairs Committee convention nursing homes and counsel-
(313) 434-7060
(616) 582-6715
(616) 942-6570
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April 8-10.
ing centers.

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istrEutBuaNCE
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TOTAL BALANCE
5th-AT MATURITY

$3,525

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