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July 28, 1989 - Image 44

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-28

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IN BRIEF

THE BEST KEPT SECRET
IN LIFE INSURANCE

CD

SPWL

$50,000.00

Investment

II

$50,000.00

Joint Age 50

Life Insurance"

$1,109,887.00

-0-

9.20%*

8.50%*"

$4,600.00

$4,250.00

Interest Rate

Earnings

Less 33% Tax Rate

$1,518.00

Money You Keep

$3,082.00

-0-

$4,250.00

• Based on current average rate for 5 yr. C.D. April, 1989)
"Jackson National Life A Plus Rated Insurance Company
"'As of August 1 going down to 8.50%
Minimum S5,000.00 for Single Premium Whole Life II (SPWL II)

Larry Jay Kornwise
Laurel & Associates, Inc.

28600 Southfield Rd., Ste 203
Phone 559-8710

Name

Phone (W)

(H)

Joint Age (M)

MONEY
MARKET
RATE*

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to earning the Donoghue
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privileges, the ability to
easily transfer funds and
the security of FDIC insur-
ance up to $100,000 per
account. Call for details
today.

• Based on $35,000 minimum balance and the
Donoghue Average Rate on July 19. 1989. Ask

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ANNUAL
YIELD

TUB & SHOWER
ENCLOSURES
MIRRORED
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MIDWES I
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Expires Nov. 1, 1989

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FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1989

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GLASS & AUTO TRIM
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TIRES & ACCESSORIES

Factory Incentives
Discounted Prices

IHOMEI

15%
18%
10%
20%

of life insurance on a large
number of lives while en-
couraging quality selling.

moted from associate media
director to director of broad-
cast buying at The Berline
Group, Inc.
Katz, 35, has been with the
agency since 1986. Prior to
joining The Berline Group,
she held media buying posi-
tions with Ross Roy, Media
Masters, J. Walter Thompson
and W.B. Doner.

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SERVICE

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Continued from preceding page

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— Cars

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-

San Francisco
Cuts Chabad

Los Angeles — The Jewish
Community Federation for
the San Francisco Bay Area
has decided to cut its funding
for the local Chabad organiza-
tion by 50 percent in the next
fiscal year and phase out all
monetary support in the year
following. Although the
financial impact of the deci-
sion will be negligible, at
least one Chabad leader, Rab-
bi Yehuda Ferris, educational
director of Chabad House in
Berkeley, charged that the
federation action was in
retaliation to his movement's
prominent role in the "Who Is
a Jew" controversy.
Affected will be three
Chabad centers in Berkeley,
Marin County and the
southern Peninsula, which
received a total of $24,500
from the federation during
the fiscal year ending June
30. No funds had been allot-
ted in previous years to
Habad operations in San
Francisco proper.
The Chabad movement in
the United States, and its
spiritual leader, the Lubavit-
cher Rebbe, were considered
the driving forces in a cam-
paign last winter to amend
Israel's Law of Return so as to
nullify conversions of im-
migrants performed by non-
Orthodox rabbis.

Chicago Agency
Seeks Refugees

Chicago — The Jewish
Children's Bureau of Chicago
is seeking to contact in-
dividuals involved with the
agency as part of the resettle-
ment of European children
and youth during the period
1933 to 1953.
Anyone involved with JCB
as a foster parent or profes-
sional, or who was a resettled
child/youth during this
period, is asked to contact Dr.
Ruth Stock Zober or
Charlotte Dolins-Lozano at
(312) 444-2090.

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