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May 29, 1992 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-29

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BE A BIG
FISH.

It's easy to get your bank's undivided
attention—if your business or practice is the
size of a great white shark. Smaller com-
panies may be left to flounder on the hook.
Come to a bank that values your
business, even if you're not "Jaws".
Franklin Bank's Commercial Checking
account has all the angles you need.
Corporate vehicle financing, payroll services,
and the lowest cost commercial checking
account in town.

David Honigman

voting records on national
issues, pro-Israel political
action committees may be
waiting until the primary is
over to make endorsements.
"We wouldn't touch that
one. For us, two Jewish can-
didates who are good on
Israel is a win-win situa-
tion," says Morris Amitay,
treasurer for the Washing-
-.ton PAC, one of the largest
pro-Israel PACs. "Other
issues will dominate that
race."
They join former Oakland
County GOP Chairman Joe
nollenberg in what may be
the primary battle of a
lifetime for an open congres-
ional seat being vacated by
Rep. Bill Broomfield, who
recently announced he
would retire this year.
• Based on the area's history
of electing Republicans, the
winner of the Republican
primary in the newly
redrawn 11th Congressional
District is expected to win
the November race.
No Democrats will
challenge Rep. Sander
Levin, now in the newly
drawn 12th Congressional
District. In November, he
will run against the winner
of the Republican primary,
Ron Chapman (who is not
Jewish) or John Pap-
pageorge.
Also to be watched is the
race for 39th District state
representative, which in-
cludes West Bloomfield.
Although she is not Jew-
Av. ish, state Rep. Barbara
Dobb, R-West Bloomfield,
has had much Jewish com-
munity support. This doesn't
faze Jewish attorney Bar-
bara Smith, also a Repub-
lican, who is running
* against Ms. Dobb and Olga
Meyer in the primary.
Nor does it bother Kirk
Nemer, a Jewish attorney
who is uncontested in the
Democratic primary. He will
challenge the winner of the

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the President's phone number. If your big
bank is treating you like small fry, call
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more fun.
To find out more about Franklin Bank's
corporate services, contact a Franklin
Business Development Representative at
358-5170.

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