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March 04, 1994 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-04

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Conference Set

The Federated Endowment
Fund of the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit is host-
ing a conference on personal
planning March 22 at the Max
M. Fisher Building.
The 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. lun-
cheon will feature seminars on
investing, estate planning, long-
term health care, hospice care
issues, organ donations and
ways to contribute to the com-
munity while ensuring the
strength of personal assets and
Frederic L. Bloch, managing
director of Sanford C. Bernstein
& Co., Inc. investment advisors,
will deliver the keynote address
over lunch. He will discuss "Be-
tween a Rock and a Hard Place
— Investing in Today's Low
Rate, High Tax Enviroment,"
which will focus on investment
planning strategies.
For information about the
conference, contact Sandy Brod
at the Federated Endowment
Fund office, 642-4260.

Free Advice
On Investing

The Bloomfield Township Pub-
lic Library will host Michael De-
Lap, CPA, stockbroker, and
registered investment advisor,
in a program 7:30 p.m. March
8 which will teach how to eval-
uate risk and look for value in
securities and mutual funds
During the program, titled
"Value Investing for Safety and
Great Return," DeLap will dis-
cuss the differences between
junk bonds and treasury bonds,
along with the specific risks that
investors expose themselves to
when purchasing them. He will
also advise investors how to de-
termine the value of an invest-
ment by measuring risk against
return, an approach that will
maximize portfolio return.
The Bloomfield Township Li-
brary is at 1099 Lone Pine Road
at Telegraph. The phone num-
ber is 642-5800.

MoneyGram Now
Includes Israel

MoneyGram from American
Express has been expanded to
The expansion allows people
to wire money from Money-
Gram locations around the
world to American Express
Travel Offices in Jerusalem and
Tel Aviv, usually within 10 min-
The office also will allow peo-
ple in Israel to send money


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