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October 25, 1985 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 25, 1985

2.0M9SSORMW,

•Rigistored Electrologlits.

Violinist Stern
Here FOr Tribute

Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem. and improve your appearance.

Near 12 'Mile Rd. beta Eyergreen & Southfield

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(low monthly service charge applicable)
Violinist Isaac Stern will ap- •
pear at the Masonic Temple at 6
p.n..,

p.m. Nov. 20 for a special con-
••
FREE Cellular phone. insurance
cert honoring local arts patron

for two years.
and philanthropist Emma

Lazaroff-Schaver.

' RAMS RED CARPET
The concert is being sponsored

TREATMENT
ALWAYS INCLUDES:
by the Lubavitch Foundation of
• •One Stop Shopping
Detroit. A special pre-concert
• • Latest in Equipment
banquet will be held at Masonic
• • Many styles to choose from
Temple with Mrs. Schaver as
• • Lease or Purchase
the guest of honor.
• • Immediate Installation
Stern's career began in San
• • Competitive Prices

Francisco in 1936 with the San
• • Free Demonstration

Francisco Symphony. His New

York debut came in 1937. Six


• Let's Talk
years later he appeared at Car-
18311 W. 10 Mlle Rd .
negie Hall and in 1944 he de-
Southfield, MI 48075

buted with the , New York
#1 . In Cellular
Philharmonic Orchestra, an or-
cellular Agent Inquiries Welcomed


chestra he has appeared with

Beepers subject to availability. •

more often than any other vio- •.• Offer subject to change without notice.
• • •••••••••••••••••• •'••••••••••.•
linist in history.
One of Stern's lasting contri-
butions to the world of music
took place in 1960 with his ef-
fort to save Carnegie Hall from
demolition.
Stern holds many honorary
posts and is chairman of the
board of the American-Israel
Cultural Foundation. He has re-
12-Month C.D.
ceived numerous honors from
YIELD*
heads of government, the music
"We Create
and business community and
from humanitarian institutions.
Solutions"
RATE
He was the first recipient of the
Albert Schwei4er Music Asirard
BANKING SERVICES
for "a life dedicated to music
24-Month
C.D.
and devoted to humanity." In
'Bank by Mail
• Regular Savings Accounts
YIELD*
December 1984, he was pre-
•24 Hour Depository--
• Business Checking
sented with the Kennedy Center
Accounts
7 days a week
Award by President Reagan- at
• Personal Checking
•Traveler Checks
the White House.
RATE
.
Accounts
•Notary Service
The public is invited.
•Direct Deposit—Social
• Certificates of Deposit
Co-chairmen are: Paul Bor-
Security, Government, or
• Money Market Accounts
man and David Hermelin; hon-
36-Month C.D.
•Overdraft Protection
Retirement checks
orary chairmen include Gov.
YIELD*-
•Purchase of Treasury
James Blanchard, Sens. Joseph
• Real Estate Loans
Biden, Rudy Boschwitx, Carl
instruments.
• Business Loans
Levin and Donald Riegle; Fed-
• Personal and Instalment
•Gold & Silver
RATE
eral Judge Avern Cohn and Drs.
Commemorative Coins
Loans
David Adamany and Harold
• Auto Loans
•Foreign Exchange
Shapiro, presidents of Wayne
•Home Mortgages
• Money Orders
48-Month C.D.
State University and the Uni-
•CornmerCial Mortgages
• Safe Deposit Boxes
YIELD*

versity of Michigan, respec -
tively. Max Sosin heads the
dinner arrangements committee.
For information and tickets,
_ RATE
BEVERLY HILLS
LAKE ANGELUS
call the Lubavitch Foundation,
31255, Southfield Road
2986 Walton Road
548-2666.
(at 13 Mlle)
(At Clintonville Rd.)
644-2999
6744901

FOR 3 DAYS ONLY .

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9.25

80th Birthday

George Bass, president
emeritus of the Downtown
Synagogue, was honored last
Saturday at a kiddush on' the
occasion of his 80th birthday.
Bass was president -of the
synagogue from 1964 to 1977.

-COMING SOON—Two

ROYAL OAK

Troy at- Third ,

conveniont branches to wow yout

CLAWSON

Custer at 14 Mile

*Yield assumes monthly Interest reinvested In our money market
at current rate, compounded monthly.

LOBBY: M-TH 10AM-4:30PM, F 10AM-6PM
DRIVE THRU: M-TH 9:30AM-6PM, F 9:30AM-6PM

Rates subject to change

.81.11~ 46,1+4.

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SWEATERS

SUITS

SKIRTS
PANTS

BLOUSES

30% to 75% off
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30% to 50% OFF
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30% to 50% OFF
30% to 50% OFF

• selected groups.
• quantities limited
• all sales final
• no layaways

UDALL

Lip a./A,

ADVANCE FASHIONS

under the bright Orange roof of the New Orleans Mall

15600 W. Ten Mile • Southfield
569-4030

previous soles excluded - Mon.-Sot. 10-5

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