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September 07, 1973 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-07

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Chief Rabbi Refuses Economics as Abortion Reason

Games Protest Urged

JERUSALEM (JTA)-
Abortions per for m e d for
economic reasons are abso-
lutely forbidden according to
the Jewish law, Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef de-
clared here Tuesday.
He said the state should
help large families become
even larger by giving them
necessary economic aid.

AMSTERDAM (JTA)—The
Ashkenazic, Sephardic and
Liberal Jewish congrega-
tions in Holland urged the
Dutch government to protest
to the Soviet Union against
the harassment of Israeli ath-
letes and Jewish spectators
at the World University
Games.

Rabbi Yosef said that abor-
tions performed to save the
mother's life are permissable
only if two doctors agree that
it is necessary.
Abortions aimed at pre-
venting birth of deformed
children are permissable if
performed during the first
three months of the preg-
nancy, he said.

Rabbi Yosef spoke at
Shaare Zedek Hospital where
he was presented with the
Falk Schlesinger Prize in
appreciation of the series of
lectures he has given to the
hospital's doctors over the
last few years.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 7, 1973-15

Chile Jews Avoid Stand on Politics

The
SANTIAGO (JTA)
executive board of the Rep-
resentative Committee o f
Chilean Jews issued a state-
ment Aug. 28 affirming its
absolute neutrality on politi-
cal matters in this country
You cannot hide any se-
now in the throes of political
cret.—Ralph Waldo Emerson. Classifieds Get Quick Results and economic turmoil.

The statement was issued.
committee president Gil
Sinay said, in light of anti-
Semitic statements contained
in letters published in various
newspapers criticizing gov-
ernment officials of Jewish
origin. There are some 150
Jews in the government.

Charles Quicksand
only earned 6.25
on his bank savings.
But at Metropolitan Savings
he could have earned
$32.33.
Poor Charlie!

Charlie sank his savings in a regular bank passbook
account. It was convenient, he thought. . .and the last
time they paid interest he came up six bucks richer. Not
bad; but not good enough, either. Because if Charlie had
made the same deposits and withdrawals in a VIP pass-
book account at Metropolitan Savings, he'd be $32 richer
today! The whole story is shown below. And it makes
a difference that's worth switching your savings for! The
reason? Many commercial banks compute interest on the
lowest quarterly or monthly balance—while Metropolitan

figures interest on your daily balance. What's more, Met-
ropolitan pays 5 1/4% annually (paid and compounded quar-
terly) —while the most any commercial bank can pay
is 5%, and some pay even less. Charlie saw the difference
in dollars and cents and moved his "sinking funds" to
Metropolitan. See what a 'difference it can make for
you—join Charlie and switch to Metropolitan. You can
transfer your funds quickly and easily. Just bring your
passbook from any financial institution to any Metropoli-
tan office, or call 851-5300.

5% BANK SAVINGS

51/4% METROPOLITAN SAVINGS

Computations based on lowest quarterly balance method

Computations based on daily balance method

DATE

DEPOSITS

APR 2, 73
APR 5, 73
APR 11, 73
APR 25, 73
MAY 4, 73
MAY 8, 73
MAY 25, 73
JUN
4, 73
JUN 25, 73
JUN 27, 73
JUN 30, 73

WITHDRAWALS

900.00
1,850.00
600.00
150.00

125.00

75.00

2,750.00

800.00

1,000.00
250.00

6.25

(Interest)

I

BALANCE

DATE

900.00
2,750.00
3,350.00
3,500.00
3,625.00
3,700.00
950.00
1,750.00
750.00
500.00
506.25

APR 2, 73
APR 5, 73
APR 11, 73
APR 25, 73
MAY 4, 73
MAY 8, 73
MAY 25, 73
JUN
4, 73
JUN 25, 73
JUN 27, 73
JUN 30, 73



DEPOSITS

WITHDRAWALS

900.00
1,850.00
600.00
150.00

125.00

75.00

2,750.00

800.00

1,000.00
250.00

32.33

(Interest)

BALANCE

900.00
2,750.00
3,350.00
3,500.00
3,625.00
3,700.00
950.00
1,750.00
750.00
500.00
532.33

_

Savings insured to $20,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation

METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS

MAIN OFFICE, FARMINGTON 31550 Northwestern / UTICA 45676 Van Dyke / DEARBORN 13007 W. Warren / BEVERLY HILLS-BIRMINGHAM 32800 Southfield
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CENTRAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 851-5300

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