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November 25, 1994 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-25

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Don't leave
our child out
in the cold.

Start saving for their college education today!

It's never too early to start saving for your
child's college education and this is a
good way to start. When you buy a Zero
Coupon bond, you "lock in" a yield for the
life of the bond, giving you the comfort of
knowing that the yield will not change.
Furthermore, this Israel bond has a
"built-in" saving mechanism. When the
Zero Coupon bond is redeemed, a single
check is issued for the amount you paid
for the bond plus accrued interests.

ZERO COUPON BOND

8.10%

Effective Yield to Maturity
for Bonds Purchased Through
January 20, 1995

Purchase price: $2,975

• Matures at $6,000 on
October 31, 2003.

This is not an offering, which can he made only 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

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