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September 23, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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Registered Representative

Men's Furnishings &
Accessories
Always at least 20.35% OFF

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Suite 2400
Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 353-5600

19011 W. 10 Mile, Sfld.

Conneticut Mutual Fin2"cial Services, Inc.

An associate of the

BUSINESS

Bet. SM. &' Evergreen
352-1080

Alliance

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company and its subsidiaries/affiliates, Hartford, Ct

Mon: Sat. 9:30-6

You applied for MET.
Now apply for mercy.

Thurs. till 7

PAUL S. MAGY with fellow
shareholders Donald F.
Tucker, Shephen P. Ormond
and Peter B. Kupelian has
established the law firm
Tucker and Rolf, P.C.
Magy, 31, is on the National
Executive Committee of the
UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet. He is also a vice
president of the Federation's

Paul Magy

Young Adult Division in
which capacity he is overall
Co-Chairman of the Divi-
sion's 1989 Allied Jewish
Campaign. Magy also is on

the board of directors of Adat
Shalom Synagogue and the
United Hebrew Schools of
Detroit. He is also the YAD
liason to the Hillel Day
School Board of Directors.

JOURNALIST TED KOP-
PEL will speak for the Forum
on October 2 at 6:30 p.m. in
the Renaissance Ballroom of
he Westin Hotel.
Mr. Koppel, anchorman of
ABC's "Nightline" and
"Viewpoint," will share his
personal insights on the up-
coming 1988 presidential
election. For further informa-
tion, please phone 647-0250.
There is a charge.

GAYLE SPECTOR, director
of brand marketing and
JOHN BOLADIAN, senior
account executive, of MARS
Advertising in Southfield,
have been named team
members in the professional
outreach program for the
Detroit Institute of Arts. The
program consists of teams of
professionals from many in-
dustries who are reaching out
into the professional com-
munity to make their peers
award of the Detroit Institute
of Arts.

'"`"2"""mmul LOCAL NEWS

A college education is a big investment for any
family. But for younger parents with several kids,
the cost can be staggering. The Michigan Educa-
tion Trust Program will help, but an up-front,
lump-sum payment is required and the deadline is
fast approaching. Fortunately, ME T families can
get help from United Savings Bank.
• Borrow 100 percent of • Credit life insurance in-

required MET
cluded at no additional
lump-sum payments.
cost (up to age 70).
• Up to 15 years to
• Home equity style
repay with low
loans available for
monthly payments.
tax purposes.
• No prepayment
• Apply by phone.
penalty.
• Two-day approval.
• Fixed and variable
• Low rates.
rate loans.
• Stop in or call for details (313) 855-0550.

United Savings Bank

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1988

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OPPORTUNITY
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Frances and Charles Driker

Center Creates Fund
For Yiddish Culture

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit has established the
Charles and,Frances Driker
Fund for Yiddish Culture in
memory of the late Charles
Driker and in honor of his
widow, Frances Driker. The
fund was established by their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Kroll, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob

Driker and Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Driker.
Charles and Frances Dri-
ker, who emigrated from
Russia to the United States in
the early 1920s, have been ac-
tively involved in the cultural
life of the Detroit Jewish com-
munity for more than 60
years.
The fund will support a

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