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February 06, 1987 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-06

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Sandra X., age 39. A
single parent for the past
ten years, Sandra X. has
struggled to raise two chil-
dren without any financial
or emotional support from
her former spouse. That
struggle has involved hold-
ing two jobs at the same
time, returning to school to
make her skills more mar-
ketable, moving her family
back home with her par-
ents, and still finding time
to guide her children. She
views the past years as a
"quest for independence"
and says that her education
has been the key.
Currently working in the
field of vocational rehabili-
tation guidance, Sandra is
studying for a master's de-
gree, which she says will
double her income. "I want
to be able to give my kids
the basic necessities, as an
intact family living on our
own," she says. "Divorce has
created a whole new kind of
middle class poverty and
I'm working to not be part of
it." Sandra says that she has
been helped to achieve her
goals by the Hebrew Free
Loan Association. Unable to
pay the university's regis-
tration fees at the begin-
ning of each semester, she
borrows the money from
HFLA and then pays it back
monthly. Now she's looking

ahead to completing her de-
gree next year, finding an
apartment and celebrating
her son's bar mitzvah.
The agency. Based on the
Torah prohibition against
exacting interest from a fel-
low Jew, Hebrew- Free Loan
Association provides loans
to those who can later repay
it. The volunteer-run
agency works in partner-
ship with the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and a
number of other communal
agencies in reaching out to
the Jewish community.
Joint programs include as-
sistance for students,
youngsters at summer
camp, and families buying
homes in Oak Park and
Southfield, as well as the
more traditional types of
loans.
HFLA receives funding
from the Allied Jewish
Campaign of the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
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Friday, February 6, 1987

Daily 10:00-5, Thurs. till 8
Saturday 11.00-3:00

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

352-8622

Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Bob Hawke of
Australia said here last week
that his government is study-
ing reports that many former
Nazis and SS officers have
found refuge in Australia.
The reports, submitted by
Jewish groups, concern al-
leged Nazi war criminals who
immigrated to Australia after
World War II. "We will under-
take whatever steps are
necessary," Hawke told
reporters.
The Australian leader is on
a three-day visit to Israel, the
first ever by a Prime Minister
of Australia. He arrived from
Jordan where he had meet-
ings with King Hussein.
At a dinner in his honor at
the Knesset, Hawke called for
Palestinian self-determina-
tion. However, he said he had
the impression from his visit
to Jordan that a Jordanian-
Palestinian confederation was
a widely supported solution
to the Palestinian problem.

Nevertheless, Hawke, who
heads a Labourite govern-
ment, is regarded as a
staunch friend of Israel.

Rural Crisis
Conclave Topic

Chicago — An interfaith
perspective on the rural crisis
in America will be the focus of
a major conference on Feb. 8-9
in Chicago.
co-
The
conference,
sponsored by the American
Jewish Committee, will offer
religious leaders an analysis of
the underlying social and eco-
nomic problems facing rural
America, and some of the pro-
posed solutions to these prob-
lems. The conference will also
include a discussion of the ef-
forts of extremist groups to
undermine the democratic
process and promote anti-
Semitism in rural areas of the
country.

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