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April 24, 1992 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-24

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ALL DRESSES

The happy grandparents are
Ellen and Charles Tenner of
Bloomfield Hills and Andrea
Sachse of Birmingham. Proud
great-grandparents are Pearl
Sachse of Huntington Woods
and Ruth and Norman Hack
of Delray Beach, Fla. Erica
Rose (Kolmon Ariel) is nam-
ed in loving memory of her
maternal cousin, Eric Dia-
mond, and her great-grand-
fathers, Kolmon Sachse and
William Tenner.

Congratulations!

Every baby is unique
and we are delighted to
offer the birth an-
nouncement column as
a service to the com-
munity. We must caution
our readers, however, to
use good taste in mak-
ing their announcement.
The Jewish News
reserves the right to edit
any announcement.
Birth announcements
must be typewritten,
double-spaced and in-
clude a daytime phone
number of the sender.
Please include the date
of birth and cities of
residence for the baby's
family and grand-
parents.
Announcements re-
ceived by 10 a.m. Tues-
day will be considered
for that Friday's paper,
but space limitations
may delay publication.

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Thursday 10-8:00

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stocks and bonds. Would my
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way — when does a person
become too old to obtain a
mortgage?
ANSWER: With certain reser-
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estate equity is there and the
ability to repay is established,
what is the difference if a per-
son is 30 or 70 years of age?
Each case, however, must be
judged on its own individual
merits.
The economic age of the prop-
erty, its resale value, and the
borrower's ability to repay are
far more important than age
alone.

AGE IS NO BARRIER in get
ting a real estate loan.
Other considerations are
more important.

Please Phone
Ray A. Fox
or drop in at

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Phone: 626-8700

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El AI
Posts Profits

Tel Aviv (JTA) — El Al,
Israel's government-owned
airline, made a remarkable
recovery after the Persian
Gulf War and was one of the
few international air car-
riers to show a profit.
It earned $38.9 million in
1991 on revenues of $877.6
million, the company re-
ported. That was nearly tri-
ple the $14.1 million earned
in 1990 when air traffic
slumped badly during the
prolonged crisis that preced-
ed the war.
Revenue was up 12 per-
cent, though passenger
traffic stood at 1.7 million,
down 1 percent from 1990.
But 177,000 tons of cargo
were carried, up 5 percent
from the previous year.
El Al, which was put into
receivership in 1982, has
made an impressive com-
eback, so much so that its
planned privatization has
been given much lower
priority by the government.

REAL ESTATE
UPDATE

with purchase of both picture &

Or

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