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March 03, 1989 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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CD RATES*FORTHE

Find out how to turn
$2,000 into $20,000*
with zeros.

SERIOUS INVESTOR.

91 Days
4 Months
6 Months
9 Months
1 Year

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9.35%

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lese annual rates of return are effective as of 2-28.89. All CDs shown are insured up to $100,000
per depositor per institution by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or Federal
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC). Rates and availabiliries are subject to change.
•No fees are paid by the investor.

With the power of compounding interest, zero coupon bonds
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Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Knesset House Committee
decided last week to in-
vestigate charges of election
fraud in several districts last
Nov. 1.
If the allegations, made by
the Tehiya party, are verified,
the committee will not hesi-
tate to order new elections in
those districts.
The areas in question are
located in Jerusalem, Bnei
Brak and Ramat Gan, and
the charges implicate ultra-
Orthodox parties.
Committee chairman Haim
Corfu of Likud told reporters
that it was alleged that votes
were cast with the identity
cards of persons deceased, and
that the identity cards of per-
sons abroad on election day
were misused.
Thhiya, a right-wing party,
barely missed winning a
fourth seat in the Knesset. It
blames its failure on ir-
regularities by Degel Hator-
ah, a new religious party
which entered the Knesset for
the first time with barely
enough votes for two seats.
If new elections are ordered,
Thhiya hopes to gain at least
one seat at the expense of
Degel.
Four ultra-Orthodox resi-
dents of Bnei Brak, a reli-
gious township north of Tel
Aviv, were sentenced to prison
terms last month for voting
more than once last Nov. 1
with exchanged I.D. cards.

Israel Denies
Being 'Obstacle'

United Nations (JTA) — A
Security Council debate on
violence in the administered
territories began with an
angry denial by Israel that it
has become an obstacle to
peace.
Johanan Bein, acting
Israeli amb4ssador, said that
his government continues to
seek direct negotiations with
its Arab neighbors and
Palestinians living in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Responding to a Palestine
Liberation Organization
representative's call for U.N.
protection of Palestinians in
the territories, Bein said: "An
uninvolved observer listening
to some of the speeches in this
debate would think that
Israel was simply facing
harmless demonstrations."
The Security Council
meeting is being held at the
request of the Arab group of
states, on behalf of the PLO-
led Palestine observer mis-
sion to the United Nations.

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