THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 12, 1964 11
DETROIT AND MICHIGAN
The new Bank of the Commonwealth is simply the old Bank of the Com-
monwealth with a new grip on the future. Detroit's second-oldest bank,
Commonwealth has more than one-half billion dollars available to back the
Commonwealth's dynamic new management is alive with plans and ideas
not only for the bank but for the community as well.
Not only for backing the growth of Michigan business and industry, but for
backing the people of Detroit as individuals. Not only for buildings, plant
expansion and capital investment, but for mortgages, home loans and every
other kind of personal loan.
Commonwealth will put money to work as never before. To work for Detroit
and Michigan as never before. Commonwealth has a new grip on the future.
We'd like to put it to work for youl
WE BELIEVE IN THE CREATIVE USE OF CAPITAL.
THE FUTURE GROWTH OF DETROIT AND MICHIGAN
CALLS FOR DYNAMIC, IMAGINATIVE LOAN AND IN-
VESTMENT POLICIES. IT IS OUR PLEDGE TO BRING
YOU PROGRESSIVE AND PRODUCTIVE FINANCIAL
IDEAS AND SERVICES.
Basil M. Briggs
Horace C. Ford
Alwyn V. Freeman
Thomas G. Gies
Leo G. Lapham
Donald H. Parsons, Chairman
Frederick C. Matthaei, Jrs
Royal A. Oppenheim
Olin E. Thomas
Thomas H. Wagner
G. Bretnell Williams
LOOK FOR NEW IDEAS FROM "THE COMMONWEALTH"
BANK OF THE COMMONWEALTH
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION