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June 30, 1995 - Image 65

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-30

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"My husband left me
comfortable, but far
from knowledgeable
about our finances.

I know I need a steady
stream of income
if I want to travel
when I retire.

But how do I find a
financial advisor
who understands my
needs, and is also
someone I trust?"

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• • •

Greater Detroit Council

SPIRITUAL ADOPTION LUNCHEON

ON BEHALF OF ISRAEL'S NEEDIEST CHILDREN

To find out if a SmartPlan investment
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CELEBRATE YOUR ROOTS

4TH

OF JULY

SPECIAL

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Guest

Speakers:

ESTHER ZACKLER

MARLENE BORMAN

Past National President NA'AMAT/USA

From the Joint Distribution Committee

THURSDAY, JULY 13TH - 12 NOON LUNCHEON: $20.00

1 5% off

Everything in the store,
including sale items.

Adat Shalom Synagogue

29901 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills

Chairman of the day:

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Presidents:

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Shirlee Katzman

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