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July 10, 1970 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-10

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DAY IN DAY OUT ANY DAY EVERY DAY

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You're paid
daily interest on
regular passbook savings accounts
at Standard Federal Savings .

Daily interest is the easiest way of saving: it's exactly what it says—your money earns 5%
daily interest from the date of deposit to date of withdrawal. Nobody pays a higher rate of interest on insured
regular passbook savings accounts than we do. Add it up...then call us up...or stop by soon. You'll find us

nearby ... where you're always welcome. We'd like to serve you.

TWO -YEAR
CERTIFICATE
SAVINGS
ACCOUNTS

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$5,000 MINIMUM

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ONE-YEAR
/ CERTIFICATE

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O SAVINGS

$1,000 MINIMUM

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SIX-MONTH
U / CERTIFICATE
4 / O SAVINGS
ACCOUNTS

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$1,000 MINIMUM

A two-year certificate savings account may be opened with $5,000 or more . . . no

special "even" figure is needed. Your account may be opened at any time and it will
begin earning 6% interest from date of deposit. Interest is paid and compounded
quarterly . . . interest dates are March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31.
You can withdraw your money at any time prior to maturity with no advance notice,
but in accordance with federal regulations such withdrawn funds will lose 90 days'
interest. The amount left on deposit, provided it is $5,000 or more, will continue to
earn the 6% rate.

To earn the high interest rate of 5%%, you simply open your account with $1,000 or
more. Your account may be opened at any time and it will begin earning 54% from the
date of deposit. Interest is paid and compounded quarterly. Interest dates are March 31,
June 30, September 30 and December 31. You can withdraw your money at any time
prior to maturity with no advance notice, but in accordance with federal regulations
such withdrawn funds will lose 90 days' interest. The amount left on deposit, provided
it is $1,000 or more, will continue to earn the 54% rate.

To qualify for this 54% certificate savings account, you simply keep $1,000 or more
on deposit for six months. Your account may be opened at any time and it will begin
earning 5 / 1 1% interest from the date of deposit . . . provided your money is left on
deposit until the certificate matures. 'Interest is paid and compounded quarterly.
Interest dates are March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31. You can with-
draw your money at any time with no advance notice, but the interest paid on the
money withdrawn will be 4% ... figured on a daily basis. The amount left on deposit,
provided it is $1,000 or more, will continue to earn at the 54% rate.

NORTH

99 WEST MAPLE, Birmingham
3700 WEST MAPLE, Bloomfield Twp.
3055 W- TWELVE MILE ROAD, Berkley
2699 BIG BEAVER ROAD, Troy
1406 NORTH WOODWARD, Royal Oak
25123 SOUTHFIELD, Southfield

STAN
DAR D
FEDERAL SAVINGS

17540 GRAND RIVER near Southfield
25712 GRAND RIVER near Beech Road
14221 GREENFIELD near Grand River

10641 JOY ROAD at Manor

24224 JOY ROAD near Telegraph
16841 SCHAEFER ROAD near McNichols
17230 FARMINGTON ROAD, Livonia

14628 EAST JEFFERSON at Manistique
16530 EAST WARREN near Outer Drive
11511 KELLY ROAD at Whittier -
25501 HARPER, St. Clair Shores
30700 SCHOENHERR, Warren
3900 FOURTEEN MILE ROAD, Warren

DOWNTOWN DETROIT

405 GRISWOLD at Jefferson

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 10, 1970-15

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