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November 11, 1994 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-11

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Israel bonds canprovi_de us
with a b hter future.

• Bar or Bat Mitzvahs
• High School Graduation
• College Graduation
• Weddings
• Anniversaries
• Other Simcha Gifts

WHY BUY ISRAEL BONDS?
• An Israel Bonds investment
offers the opportunity to
become a partner in Israel's
future, while earning an
attractive return.
• In addition to attractive
rates, Israel bonds have
early liquidity options* and
the State of Israel has a
perfect record of repayment
of principal and interest, in
full and on time.

HOW DOES ISRAEL USE
THE MONEY?
• Building the economic
infrastructure of the
country roads, harbors,
telecommunications, power
stations, new technology
and absorbing new
immigrants through
housing and employment.

WHAT CAN INVESTORS USE
ISRAEL BONDS FOR?
• Personal investment
portfolios
• Annual gifts to children and
grandchildren
• Charitable Remainder Trusts
• IRAs, Keoghs and pension
funds
• College and other long term
savings
• Gifts to endowment funds of
charitable organizations,
synagogues and universities

This is not an offering, which can be made onl y by prospectus from:

Development Corporation For Israel

ISRAELBONDS

29201 Telegraph Road Suite 324
Southfield, MI 48034-7654
PHONE: (810) 352-6555
FAX: (810) 352-7887

* for the Economic Development Issue (EDI) Bond, Floating Rate Issue (FRI) Bond, and Individual Variable Rate Issue (IVRI) Bond.

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