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August 11, 1967 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-11

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Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Ralph Swicke makes
his money
managing money.
He puts his savings in
NBD time certificates.

Ralph has to know how to manage money.
It's part of his job.
Like many other professional people who
deal with dollars all day long, Ralph invests
his personal savings in NBD Time Certifi-
cates. And for good reason.
Ralph will earn five percent annual interest
by putting $1,000 or more in time certificates.
They give him the versatility of investing for
specific periods, ranging from ninety days to
a year. And, he has the option of having his
interest compounded, credited to another
account, or paid by check. He can even space


the maturity dates of his F
certificates to provide a
regular monthly income. I;)IM 2(:
Ralph also has the security of knowing
that his savings are in Michigan's largest
If you've got $1,000 or more that you'd
like to put to work earning five percent,
consider NBD Time Certificates. They're
available in certificate or passbook form.
You don't have to be a C.P.A. to see how
it all adds up.
The National Bank of Detroit.

the second most important name
on the checks you write: NBD

6—Friday, August 11, 1967



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