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October 07, 1988 - Image 42

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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BUSINESS

DR. REUVEN BAR-
LEVAV,
Detroit area
psychiatrist and author of the
new book Thinking in the
Shadow of Feelings will be the
featured guest at a book sign-
ing party, Friday at the Hyatt
Regency Dearborn.

MARKETING
FOR
SMALL BUSINESS, a
series of workshops focusing
on marketing tools to help
small businesses grow, will be
held October 12, 19 and 26
from 8:30 a.m.-noon at the-
Wayne State University
Small Business Development
Center at 2727 Second
Avenue in Detroit.
There is a fee. Call 577-4850
for information.

STEVEN M. ZIMBERG of
Farmington Hills has recent-
ly joined Flexible Plan In-
vestments, Ltd., in Birm-
ingham in the newly created
position of director of
marketing. He will be respon-
sible for marketing Felxible's

mutual fund timing service
and a new investment vehicle
for resyndication of Michigan
low income housing to cap-
ture tax credits for investors.
Zimberg, a financial planner
and paralegal, was formerly
president of the Investment
Consulting Firm Asset Ad-
visory Services of West
Bloomfield.

CPA BREAKFAST CLUB

will meet October 17 at 7:30
a.m. at the Radisson Hotel.
Topics are historic preserva-
tion properties and capitaliza-
tion of interest for accounting
and tax purposes. The
speakers will be Richard A.
Lowe, Vice-President of
Boston Bay Capital Inc.,
Historic Preservation Proper-
ties and lawyer George W.
Gregory.

JOEL F. GARFIELD, CLU,
was recently installed as the
101st president of The
Greater Detroit Association
of Life Underwriters.

Make Your Presents Known
In GIFTS

Chanukah's early this year. And well before the first candles
are kindled, The Jewish News' new, colorful, glossy Gift
magazine will be in our readers' hands, giving them an
opportunity to pick and choose from an array of gift ideas
offered by the area's best retailers . . . including you!

Mailed separately to all Jewish News subscribers, GIFTS is
a one-stop catalogue of buying information. And your FREE,
50-word listing in our special easy-to-use directory will give
your advertising added clout.

But don't delay! The advertising deadline is October 14. For
additional information and rates, contact your Jewish News
account executive or. Adrian Williams at 354-6060.

Ad Deadline: October 14
Issue Date: Week of November 7

JEWISH NEWS
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THE

Eden, the only bottled mineral water from Israel, has now entered the
American market.

Jordan Water Springs
Make Splash Worldwide

Quietly and steadily, life-
giving waters flow from their
source in a stone formation two
miles from Katzrin to the
Salukia Springs in the Golan
Heights. These ancient springs
have been renowned for their
delicious, mineral-rich waters
since 165 B.C., the time of the
Maccabees. Tbday, these same
waters provide new-found prof-
it for Israel as the sparkling
source of a rapidly growing new

business, the Jordan Water
Springs, Ltd.
Owned 50 percent by Yis-
sum Holdings Ltd., in which
Ampal-American Israel Cor-
poration owns more than 14
percent, and with a new, $1.5
million state-of-the-art plant,
Jordan Water Springs is suc-
cessfully tapping the Salukia
Springs to produce an esti-
mated 10 million bottles of
mineral water this year —

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