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March 23, 1979 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1967 Bonds Can Be Re-Invested
Immediately Under New Ruling

Individuals owning a
1967, 12-year-old Israel
Cravings Bond can reinvest
it immediately, regardless
"f maturity date, and obtain

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was approved by the Knes-
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Arthur H. Joseph of
Teaneck, N.J., national
reinvestment chairman for
Israel Bonds, said that ap-
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bonds bought in 1967, the
year of the Six-Day War,
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regardless of the maturity
date — provided that it is
reinvested in a bond of the
next higher denomination.
"This represents the re-
turn of the original in-
vestment," Joseph said,
"and allows the bond-
holder to increase his
commitment to Israel at
little extra 'cost."
Sam Rothberg, general
chairman of Israel Bonds,
hailed the advance re-
investment arrangement
as "a new way to help Israel
begin meeting the chal-
lenges that lie ahead. Is-
rael's need for economic
support will be even greater
in peace than it was in prev-
ious periods of crisis," he
said. "Israel will need more
bond dollars than ever be-
fore for the accelerated de-
velopment of the Negev, as
well as to strengthen all ph-
ases of its economic infras-
tructure. If we provide Is-
rael with the dollars, its
people will do the rest."
Max Nosanchuk, Mrs.
Peter A. Martin and Mrs.
Morris Starkman, commu-
nity re-investment chair-
men for Metropolitan De-
troit, reminded local bond-
holders that in order to take
advantage of the unique ar-
rangement, special forms
will have to be completed at
the Israel Bond office.

Friday, March 23, 1919 43

Engagements

Dr. and Mrs. Albert
Shipko of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Beverly

Helen Shipko, to Jay
Sloofman, son of Mrs.
Anita Bernice Novack and
Mr. Alvin B. Sloofman of St.
Louis, Mo. Miss Shipko
earned a BA degree and an
MA degree in art history
from the University of
Michigan, from which she
was graduated Phi Beta
Kappa. Miss Shipko attends
Northwestern University at
Evanston, Ill., where she is
an MBA candidate in ac-
counting and marketing.
Her fiance was graduated

from Cornell University
and earned an MBA degree

from Northwestern Univer-
sity. A July wedding is
planned.

ward Ressler, son of Mr.

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