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September 13, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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30—Friday, Sept. 13, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bonds Parlor Event Nets $450,000

The
Sheldon !loft
Orchestra

A
Happy &
Healthy
New Year

and

Vickie Carroll

To All Our Relatives,
Friends & Customers

-Wappy new Year

MORRIE'S SUNOCO

TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS

Service Center

24848 Southfield Rd., Southfield

557-1747

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

Ira Kaufman, third from left, saw $450,000 raised at a
parlor meeting for Israel Bonds held recently at the home
of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Sucher. The purchases were made in advance of the Oct.
20 Metropolitan Detroit Federation of Reform Synagogues'
annual tribute dinner on behalf of State of Israel Bonds at
which Kaufman will receive the Prime Minister's Medal.
With Kaufman are, from left, Maxwell Jospey, honorary
dinner chairman; Frank Gervasi, Kaufman, and Nathan
Feldman, dinner chairman.

ANNOUNCI
THE BE
FREE CHECKING
IN TO

Jenkies, some banks sure have a
lot of nerve. They seem to think a
checking account should cost you
money. Even though they say it's free.
Pshaw, I say.
My new Free Checking Plan earns
you money. And you don't pay any
service charge ...or so-called special
package charge ...it's free.
Here's how it works: open a
savings account for just $250, and I'll
give you Free Checking. The kind
where you can write all the checks you
want, absolutely free. No monthly
service charge. No cost-per-check.
And while you're writing all
those free checks, your savings will be
busy, too. Earning the absolute highest
interest the law allows me to pay.
Frankly, no other bank in town
has a better free checking plan. You'll
see when you compare it with the others.
NO SERVICE CHARGE.
Some banks ask you to put money
in a checking account—then make
you pay to use it. They charge a dime
or 121/24 every time you write a check.
Then tack on 50(G or so each month.
Some charge you $2.50 each time you
write 20 checks.
Pshaw again. My Free Checking
is really free.
NO $3 "PACKAGE CHARGE'
Other banks give you free checking
as part of a complicated "package', that
includes many services you'll probably
never really need. And for this, they

ask you to pay $3 a month.
Pshaw again. You shouldn't have
to pay for free checking. With mine
you don't.
NO "MINIMUM BALANCE"
TO KEEP UP.
Other banks go so far as to ask
you to keep a healthy sum in your
checking account, then they'll let you
write "free" checks. You know of
course, that healthy sum isn't earning
you one dime of interest.
Pshaw again. Banks should help
you earn money; not squander it. With
my Free Checking, the money in
your savings account earns you the
highest interest while eliminating
any charge for getting your money out
of your checking account.
As you can see, my Free Checking
is just what it says, free. And that's
quite an improvement over what
other banks seem to be offering as
being free. Why don't you drop in and
we'll talk about my new plan. If you
want to transfer your present account,
leave the details to me.
I can be very gentle in these
matters.

ECK:

CITY NATIONAL BANK

Member Northern Stites Bancorporation
•,•• • .

Hungary Unveils
Monument to Jews

BUDAPEST (JTA) — A
huge and imposing memorial
to Jewish martyrs was re-
cently inaugurated in the
city of Balassagyarmat,
Hungary's oldest Jewish
community, on the occasion
of the 30th anniversary of
the deportations.
The ceremony in this nor-
thern city close to the Czech-
oslovakian border drew a
large number of guests,
many of whom had come
from as far away at the Un-
ited States and Australia.
The main speaker at the
event was Hungarian Chief
Rabbi Laszlo Salgo, who
lauded Hungarian Jews for
their devotion to the Jewish
community as well as their
continuing patriotism to their
country.
The memorial service was
a particularly meaningful
one for Rabbi Salgo — many
members of his family were
deported from Balassagyar-
mat and some are buried
there. Representatives of the
Hungarian Catholic, Luther-
an and Reformed churches
also attended the ceremony.

Technion Society
Picks Dinner Chief

NEW YORK — Philan-
thropist Louis Stein will
serve as chairman of the
1974 national dinner of the
American Society for Is-
rael's Technion Thursday in
New York City.
According to Henry Taub,
president of the society, the
dinner will honor British
banker and philanthropist
Evelyn de Rothschild, chair-
man of Technion's board of
governors. Technion presi-
dent, Maj. Gen. (Res.) Amos
Horev will address the din-
ner.

Enrollment Still
Open at Nursery

Cong. Shaarey Shomayim
announces that enrollment is
still open at its Shalom Nurs-
ery for pre-school children
age 2 1/2-5. The afternoon ses-
sions include elementary
Hebrew, arts and crafts and
light refreshments.
Transportation is available.
For information, call Rabbi
Leo Goldman, 542-4444, or
the synagogue; LI 1-g769.
There is a per-session
charge.

Hank's Clothes

Now conveniently located at

28950 Orchard Lake Roads,

Between 12 and 13 Mile Roads, Next to the Clock in Farmington Hills

New Year Greetings

from

PERRY

perry

Drug Stores

IN YOUR COMMUNITY...
WHEN YOU NEED US,
WE'RE THERE.

Open 365 days a year to 10 p.m.

S incere wi34e3

a new Year, filled with.

4ealt4, happ ine33
and pro3perity.

Harry, Sally, Esther,
Allan, Marvin Tuchkla per

of HARRY CUSTOM CLOTHIER

Harry

13641 W.9 MILE RD.

CUSTOM
CLOTHIER

LI 5-3558

OAK PARK

Just West of Coolidge

Leo and Estelle Berlin
and sons Ricky & Terry

OF

CHILDREN SHOPPE

IN ORCHARD MALL

ORCHARD LAKE RD., JUST NORTH OF MAPLE

WISH THEIR MANY
FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A VERY
HEALTHY and HAPPY
NEW YEAR

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