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September 28, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-28

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AGREEMENT

El ,Salvador Buys Jets in Its First Deal With Israel

WASHINGTON—Penta gon
sources report that El Salva-
dor will get its first jet
fighters in a deal with Israel.
The sources said that
President Armando Arturo
Molina recently told a group
of military officers that his
government had agreed to
buy about 25 jet fighters,

transports and trainers.
Fred S. Hoffman, military
writer for the Associated
Press, said that Israel also
has sold five Arava short-
takeoff-and-landing planes to
Mexico — another example
of Israel's growing arms ex-
port business in Central
America. A small group of

Mexican pilots and me-
chanics are said to have
undergone training in Israel.
said Hoffman.
He added that there were
hints of a deal with Nicar-
agua some time ago.
Israel's new Shafrin air-to-
air missile also is being pur-
chased by Nationalist China.

The sheep and the wolf are
not agreed upon a definition
of the word liberty; and pre-
cisely the same difference
prevails today among us

human creatures.—Abraham
Lincoln.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Sept. 28, 1973-23

Jarring Mideast Trip May Be Reactivated

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) and Egypt of February 1971
A United Nations spokesman which Israel rejected, re-
said that the Jarring peace mains part of the UN record
mission to the Middle East of efforts to settle the Mid-
still stands and could be dle East dispute.

To me, old age is always "reactivated" if the parties
Fatigue is the best pillow.
15 years older than I am. so agree. He said that the
Jarring memoranda to Israel —Benjamin Franklin.
Bernard M. Baruch.





Charles Quicksand
only earned S 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 14% 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 daily balance method

Computations based on lowest quarterly balance method

DATE

I

2, 73
APR
5, 73
APR
APR 11, 73
APR 25, 73
MAY 4, 73
MAY 8, 73
MAY 25, 73
JUN . 4, 7,3
JUN 25, 73
JUN 27, 73
JUN 30, - 73

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900.00
1,850.00
600.00
150.00
125.00
75.00

DATE

BALANCE

WITHDRAWALS

DEPOSITS

1

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

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

I

I

2,750.00

800.00

1,000.00
250.00
C- 72D(Interest)

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WITHDRAWALS

DEPOSITS

900.00
1,850.00
600.00
150.00
125.00
75.00

2,750.00

800.00

1,000.00
250.00

(Interest)

32.33

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

1

Savings insured to $20,000 by the Federal Say . ngs 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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DOWNTOWN 139 Cadillac Square NORTHLAND 22180 Greenfield SHELBY 51111 Van Dyke

CENTRAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 851-5300

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