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June 12, 1992 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-12

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J15. WE'VE BEEN DEVELOPING
FRIENDSHIPS FOR 40 YEARS!

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Our Family Invites Your Family To Help
Us Celebrate Our 40th Year In Business!

SPECIAL OFFER

20% OFF FAMILY PORTRAITS

(EXCLUDING SITTING FEE)

Offer Good For Portraits Taken 6/13/92-7/11/92 Only

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Barbara & Ken Meyers Family

626-3666

32731 Franklin Road, Franklin Village

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Wools and Mohair

35% OFF

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Any market downturn has a chilling effect.
But if you know where to look, you can find
good values.

B'nai B'rith Council
Elects Officers

CLEARANCE SALE

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John Rofel

Knit, Knit, Knit
855-2114
Accents
In Needlepoint

Contemporary Designs

626-3042

CLAIRE. L. GROSBERG
GERALD E. NAFTA.LY

Vice Presidents — Investments

Before a down market, many stocks are greatly
overpriced. During a down market, some stocks
become greatly underpriced. Our strategy is to
pick underpriced stocks—stocks meeting certain
quantitative standards that indicate above-average
soundness and high value relative to their price.
Those, we believe, have the best potential for
price increases or takeovers.

Value, not glamour
Who are we? The Colonial Fund, a growth-

and-income mutual fund managed by one of the
nation's oldest, most experienced investment
advisers. We buy value, not glamour. It's not
just a comforter in a down market; it can give
you a warm feeling in any market.

Call or write today for details!

7A PRMAY IMF 19 1QA9

PaineWebber
32300 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 150
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Machon Plans
Dinner Tribute

(313) 851-1001 (800) 533-1407

Please send me a prospectus contain-
ing more complete information about
The Colonial Fund including fees,
charges and other expenses. I'll read it
carefully before I invest or send money.



Name

GLORIA

Address

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COLONIAL Phone

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Best time

Colonial Investment Services Inc., Distributor
TCF-846D-888

B'nai B'rith Michiga
Regional Council elected
1992-93 council officers.
Elected as council president
is John Rofel; vice presiden
are Burton Altman, Louis
Elkus, Gary D. Nucian, Leslie
M. Perlman, Max M. Way
burn.
Elliott H. Ring and Sau
Chudnow were elected as
recording secretaries. Albert '
Ryder was elected as councl
treasurer; and Ralph
Woronoff was elected a
chaplain.
Trustees of the council f
1992-93 are: Marc Drasnin,
Leonard Lebowitz, Dr. David
J. Mitchell, Jerome B. Olson,
Ricki Rogow, Ed Weberma
Ron White and Seymour Zate.
Elected as board of governors
to District 6 are Arthur
Schott and Ralph
Woronoff.
Installation will be held
6:30 p.m. June 24 at Adii
Shalom Synagogue. For ticket
information and reservations,'
call the Council office,4i
552-8177.

MASSAGE
THERAPIST

IS NOW AT

KITTY WAGNER'S

CALL FOR AN
APPOINTMENT
6261231

Machon IfIbrah will make
a presentation to the family of
the late William Borensteirl
on the occasion of the endow-
ment of the Borenstein-
Gordon Israel Scholarshia
Fund, which will enable"
Michigan college students
who wish to spend a summer
in Israel through Machon'ill
"Israel-U.S.A. Connection"
Program.
The Machon L'Torah an-
nual banquet will be 6 p.1111
June 17 at the Plaza Hotel,
Rabbi Yaakov Feitman will be
the speaker.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call Machon,
967-0888.

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