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February 14, 1986 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-14

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Friday, February 14, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lingerie and Accessories

Good
Reading ,

Since

LOCAL NEWS

1942

CRUISEWEAR
ARRIVING DAILY

Advanced Interest Given
For Reinvested Bonds

Located at Kitty Wagner's Solon

enters Spare

851-5766

Ordiard Lake Rd. & 14 Mile

Tues.-Sot. 10 to 5:30 p.m.

Wed. 10 to 9 p.m.

THE JEWISH NEWS
3544060

Yarns
Instructions
Original Designs
Finishing
Handcrafted Sweaters

For those who
want the finest custorA
furniture at...

ORCHARD MALL
Mon.-Sot. 10-5 855-2114
West Bloomfield

AFFORDABLE PRICES

The simplest cube to the most
intricate wall unit built to your
specifications by meticulous craftsmen.

GAYNORS

Selections for every room in your
home or office in fine woods, laminates,
marble, glass and specializing in...

GAYNORS

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Look for this emblem

value of $180 can use it to pur-
chase a $250 State of Israel Cer-
tificate by adding $70.
In addition, maturing Bonds
may be used to reinvest in Cur-
rent Income Bonds ($500 incre-
ments), in the Individual 'Vari-
able Rate Issue Bond ($10,000
minimum), or any of the other
instruments offered by the Bond
Organization.
Holders of 1971-1972 Bonds
are urged to get in touch with
the local Israel Bond office,
557-2900, for information and
assistance on advanced rein-
vestment procedures.

Bonds IVRI Available
For Purchase of IRAs

LOW PRICES
7 DAYS

OUTSTANDING LUCITE *SIGNS

As much as 21 months ad-
vanced interest will be paid to
holders of Israel Bonds pur-
chased in 1971 and 1972 who
reinvest them early in new Is-
rael Bond securities, it has been
announced by Alice Ross, Israel
Bond reinvestment chairman.
The government_ pf Israel re-
cently agreed to permit holders
of these Bonds who reinvest
with additional funds toward
the purchase of a new Israel se-
curity to receive this advanced
interest, she said.
For example, holders of a
$100 Bond with a maturity

ORCHARD PLACE

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ORCHARD LAKE RD.
S. OF 14 MILE RD.
855-0033

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Dealers Association

SUN. FEB. 16th thru FEB. 20th
CHICKEN FRANKS
1.19

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EMPIRE

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SPECIAL CHOICE

each

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lb.

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LETS RENT
IT

lb.

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OF THE DETROIT AREA RETAIL KOSHER MEAT
DEALERS ASSOCIATIONS LISTED BELOW

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ALL OCCASIONS

Think Kosher

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5554 Drake Rd., W. Bloomfield

Cohen & Son Kosher Meat Market
26035 Coolidge, Oak Park

Louis Mee & Sees
New Orleans Kosher Meat Market
15600 W. 10 Mile, Smithfield

Dexter Davison Kesler Meat Market
25160 Coolidge, Oak Park

Singer's Kosher Meat Market
13121 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park

Harvard -Row Kosher Meat Market
21180 W. 11 Mile Rd., Serthfield

Think Kosher

Bring in this coupon and you will receive a

50c redemption

on the purchase of any three

Chicken Franks or Chicken Pies

(3 lbs.) .

FEB. 16-20

(3 ples)

CASH & CARRY good with coupon only

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• 29214 Orchard Lake Read
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DIET CENTER®
LITE YEARS AHEAD..

Jonathan Brateman, standing, buys the first Israel Bond IVRI/IRA
in Michigan in the presence of the executive committee of the Israel
Bonds New Leadership division. Pictured are, from left: broker Joel
Bruss, Larry Wolfe, Brateman, Donald Wagner and Ronald
Mitnick.

Roney and Co. has agreed to
be the custodian for State of Is-
rael Individual Variable Rate
Issue (IVRI) IRA accounts in
Michigan, it was announced by
Jack Schultz, pension and
profit-sharing chairman for
Metro Detroit Israel Bonds.
Directing the IVRI/Individual
Retirement Accounts activity at
Roney and Co. will be Roney
broker Joel Bruss, who advises
that IVRI/IRA purchases can
easily be accomplished by mail,
if desired.
___Bruss met recently with Israel
Bond New Leadership Executive
Board members Larry Wolfe,
Jonathan Brateman, Donald
Wagner and Ronald Mitnick to
confirm Roney's acceptance of
custodian status and to accept
from Brateman the first pur-
chase check in Michigan for the
Israel Bond IVRI/IRA program.
The government of Israel has
amended the IVRI Bond, ordi-
narily available only in
minimum accounts of $10,000,
to now be available, for IRAs, at
$2,000, or multiples of $2,000.
The annual rate of interest is
six percent, plus an additional
50 percent of the difference up

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to the prime rate. The interest
rate is adjusted twice a year,
depending on changes in the
prime rate. Currently (until
March 31) the IVRI is paying
7% percent.
For information, call the Is-
rael Bond office, 557-2900; or
contact Joel Bruss at Roney and
Co., 540-3733.

OF Awards
Volunteers

The 23rd annual Heart of
Gold awards luncheon will be
held Tuesday in Cobo Hall's
Riverview Ballroom. Six to 12
outstanding area volunteers tire
selected each year by the United
Foundation to receive a Heart of
Gold award. The 1985 winners
will be announced at the lunch-
eon.
Tickets for the program,
scheduled to begin at 11;46 a.m.,
are available by contacting the
United Foundation, 965-7100.


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