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January 13, 1995 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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12 MONTH CERTIFICATE

6.00%
6 1 3 %

INTEREST
RATE

A.P.Y./

24 MONTH CERTIFICATE

6.00°l0
6. 1 3%

iNTRA
ERE
TEST

First
Rate
Rates.

These are fixed rate
certificates of deposit
that are insured by
the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
(FDIC). A minimum
opening deposit and
balance of $500.00
is required to obtain
the stated A.P.Y.

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F. I L E
V E S

ilar to what is seen on C-Span.
It focuses on Michigan govern-
ment in action.
Besides her Beacon Awards
recognition, Ms. Cicurel also is
a recent CableAce nominee.

A.P.Y./

Call 338-7700
352-7700

48 MONTH CERTIFICATE

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FIRST SECURITY

SAVINCIS

Batik

"First in Service"

Main Office

2600 Telegraph Rd.

Bloomfield Hills. Ml 48302

* Annual percentage yield when compounded quarterly. Rate is accurate as of 1/13/95.

Penalty for early withdrawal from certificate accounts may be assessed.

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FOOTWEAR

EQUAL HOUSING

LENDER

FREE

Municipal
Bonds Listing

Member SIPC

NORDIC BOOT
Reg. $138.00

NOW $119.99

APRES SKI BOOT
Reg. $158.00

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NOW $139.99

TUFF CHUKKA BOOT
Reg. $1 15.00

NOW $99.99

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A l h -rVIEN TS SIN( E 1887

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Larry Paul makes

FURNITURE
NEW.

Custom, Restoration,
Lacquering,
Refinishing of new
or old furniture,
antiques. office
furniture, pianos.

For Free
Estimates

681-8280

CLASSIFIED
GET RESULTS!

Call The Jewish News

354-5959

Sari Cicurel

SARI CICUREL has been
named a finalist in the 1995
Beacon Awards competition.
Sponsored by the Cable
Television Public Affairs Asso-
ciation, the Beacon Awards rec-
ognize excellence in cable
public affairs programs. More
than 450 entries were received
for the 1995 competition, and
115 finalists were chosen in 45
categories.
Ms. Cicurel's entry, "Cable
from the Capital," is a live
eight-hour show which is sim-

DIANE MITTENTHAL has
been named Interior Designer
of the Year by the Home Fur-
nishings Representatives of
Michigan.
Mrs. Mittenthal was a mem-
ber of the design team at Wal-
ter Herz Interiors for 10 years
before joining the design de-
partment at Gorman's Gallery
of Fine Furniture in 1987.
In the fall of 1994, Mrs.
Mittenthal resigned from Gor-
man's to become an in depen-
dent designer.
Mrs. Mittenthal earned a
bachelor's degree in fine arts
and a master's in interior de-
sign from Wayne State Uni-
versity.

KUDOS

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Please send it to Steve Stein at The
Jewish News, 27676 Franklin, South-
field, MI 48034. A picture would be ap-
preciated. It can be color or
black-and-white, but it must be in focus.
If you wish to have the picture returned,
you must enclose a self-addressed,
stamped envelope.

1 Israel Tax Total

Receive Weekly Report

4GEdwards&Sons,

13 V

-r E I ni

Jumps To $25 Billion

Tax revenues in Israel jumped 11
The number of real estate
percent to $25 billion last year as deals reached a record 130,000,
business activity, private con- compared with 120,000 in 1993.
sumption and imports surged, The size of the transactions has
State Revenues Director Yoram ballooned a cumulative 65 per-
Gabbai said.
cent in the past six years and
The larger than expected rev- property purchase tax receipts
enues left the Treasury with have doubled.
about $1.5 billion more than was
In 1994, 55 percent of the
originally budgeted.
apartments sold fetched a price
Value Added Tax (VAT) re- of under $100,000, another 37
ceipts, a good indicator of eco- percent sold for between $100,000
nomic activity, reflected economic and $200,000 and the remaining
growth of between 7-8 percent 8 percent were sold for over
last year.
$200,000.
However, up until August, the
The tax burden increased last
economy was expanding at a year to 41 percent of the Gross
faster pace of 9 percent. During Domestic Product, compared to
the last third of the year, the 39 percent in the previous two
economy slowed down.
years.
During the year, individuals'
Israel's tax burden was lower
real wages rose, pushing their in- than that in Scandinavian coun-
come into higher tax brackets, tries, and was similar to France's
leaving more money in the Trea- and Germany's.
sury's coffers.
However, it was higher than

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