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January 03, 1975 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-03

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The Finest Music
and Entertainment

ERIC
ROSENOW

and His
CONTINENTALS

398-3664'

Symphony Society Scholarship
Available to Young Musicians

The Oak Park Symphony
Society announces applica-
tions are being accepted for
the Sally Ruth Alexander Art-
ist's Award.
The winner of the award,
begun by her husband, Dr.
Gaylord Aexander, will re-
ceive a cash prize and a
chance to make a solo ap-
pearance with the Oak Park

A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION

Complete Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry

See Morris or Joel Watnick

. FINE JEWELRY

University Women
Name Professor

644-7626

Birmingham (Near Crowley's)

ONLY ONCE A YEAR

25% Off on

SLIM LINE BLINDS
and SHADES

CUSTOM DRAPES

LOWEST PRICES IN METRO AREA

559-8209 FREE ESTIMATE 559,8209

HURTIG WINDOW INTERIORS

WASHINGTON — Dr. Suz-
anne Howard, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Howard
of Sutton Pl., Southfield, was
named assistant director of
program for higher education
for the American Association
of University Women, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Dr. Howard served as as-
sistant professor of social and
philosophical studies 'at the
University of Kentucky, Lex-
ington, and coordinator of un-
dergraduate studies. She was
graduated from Wayne State
University and the University
of Michigan.

- It is clear, then, that to
enjoy our rights we must ful-
fill our duties.

FINAL
FUR SALE

3 DAYS ONLY

SATURDAY

January 4
9:30-5:30

Formerly priced much higher

NOW $100, $200, $300, $400, $500

, a ,;;d

You've never seen a sale to equal this one! Our most exciting fur
collection ever at fantastic savings. Fun furs. Fabulous furs. Cus-
tom designed furs. Even our famous Black Emerald mink coats,
jackets and stoles. Priced to move, and move fast. Many offered at
- cost, or even below! Act now. Hurry! Sale ends Sunday.

Alterations at cost. ,Ask about terms, layaway

LINCOLN CENTER
Oak Park
10 1 2 at Gwent
968-8070

UN correspondent Moses

Symphony Orchestra.
Any instrumentalist who
has never previously had a
solo with a community or pro-
fessional orchestra, and who
is currently residing in
Mhigan is eligible.
For information and appli-
cations, write The Oak Park
Symphony Society, S a 11 y
Ruth Alexander Artist's
Award, 13600 Oak Park Blvd.,
Oak Park 48237. Deadline is
April 15.

GIFTS

283 Hamilton

Druckmans Mark' THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 3, 1975-33
50th Anniversary UN Writer Speaks for Campaign

Aionfeld will be the guest

MR. and MRS. DRUCKMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Druck-
man of Lamplighter Ct.,
Southfield, were honored at
a dinner-dance Dec. 14 'at
Northland Inn on the occa-
sion of their 50th wedding
anniversary.
Mrs. Jeanette Druckman
has been an officer for the
Bureau of Credits, Inc. for
more than 20 years, and Mr.
Druckman has been in the
bicycle 'and vacuum cleaner
business for more than 50
years in Detroit.

.

Israel Bank Has
40th Anniversary

NEW YORK — Israel Dis-
count Bank Ltd., one of Is-
rael's largest commercial
banks, is now celebrating its
40th anniversary.
Founded in 1935, the bank
ranks 160th in the American
Banker's most recent listing
of the "Top 500 Banks in the
Free World." Consolidated
assets of the bank today ex-
ceed $3,000,000,000.
Israel Discount Bank is
the principal subsidiary of
IDB Bankholding Corp. Ltd.,
one of Israel's largest bus-
iness enterprises. The bank
and its subsidiaries now have
a combined network of more
than 200 branches, including
two in New York and branch-
es in Nassau, the Bahamas;
Grand Cayman Island,
B.W.I.; and Luxembourg.
Represeniative offices of the
bank are located in Miami,
Buenos Aires and London.
The performance of Israel.
Discount Bank is a major
factor contributing to the suc-
cess of its parent company.
The extent of that success
was recently reflected in
IDB Bankholding's annual
dividend declaration. Despite
the devaluation of the Israel
Pound early in November
1974 from IL. 4.20 to IL. 6.00
to the U.S. dollar, the direc-
tors of IDB Bankholding de-
cided to pay out dividends
in December at the same
U.S. dollar equivalent rates
as in 1973.
This cash dividend,
amounting to IL. 2.40 (40
cents) per ordinary share
and IL. 3 (50 cents) on each
preference share, was in ad-
dition to a 25 percent ordi-
nary share stock split in Oc-
tober 1974. The new shares
distributed as a result of
the stock split also received
the full 1974 cash dividend
of IL. 2.40 (40 cents) per
share.

Fortune, like other drabs,
values a man gradually less
for every year he lives.—
Swift

Classifieds Get Quick Results

speaker at the professional
division's annual accountant's
breakfast caucus of the 1975
Allied Jewish Ciampaign-Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
Members of the account- •
ants' section and Campaign
leadership have been invited
to the meeting 9:45 a.m.. Jan.
12 in the LaMed Auditorium
of the United Hebrew Schools
in Southfield.
One of the few Jewish jour-
nalists recently allowed to
visit Jews in Arab lands and
the Soviet Union, Schonfeld
MOSES St HONFELD
has covered the Yom Kippur
War, Kissinger's shuttle di-
plomacy, the national politi-
cal conventions in 1968. and
1972, the Six Day War, and and His ORCHESTRA
the White House.
"Music at its Best
Professional division chair-
for Your Guests"
man is Bruce E. Thal. Mem-
bers of the division cabinet
557-7986
are Seymour M. 'Israel, Her-
vey L. Kleinman, Herbert P.
Sillman, Harry L. Silverman, Afraid of the High Cost i z
Of TV Repairs??
Isadore Silverman, and Juli- ,
an S. Tobias.
David L. Greenbaum and
Robert H. Naftaly are chair-
men of the accountants' sec-
tion.
eriencedrefiabl
for
exp—
You must demonstrate that :service at reasonable prices.
you are worthy of your hero- No charge for in home esti--
mates.
ic past.—S. M. Dubnow
I

FRANK PAUL

.-

Ron c huTtz

543-0314

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