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November 27, 1970 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 27, 1970-11

FREE
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Nothing really startling or new about free checking
accounts. Most banks offer them. All you have to do
is keep a hefty balance in your savings account—
say $500—or somewhere around $200 in your check-

ing account.
We don't feel that's a free checking account.
You're tying up a good bit of money.
At National Bank of Southfield, your Free Check-
ing Account costs you nothing. No minimum balance
—in checking or savings. No strings. No kidding.

Want a Free free checking account? Check with us.

You'll find bend-over•backwards bankers at these addresses:

Main Office: 27100 Lahser Road at 11 Mile.
Branch Offices: Southfield Plaza. 17000 West 8 Mile.

Northland Point. 15565 Northland Dr.
20000 West 12 Mile at Evergreen.
Phone: 353-6400.

OPEN9:30am--1:30pm — Mon .-Thurs.
9:30am-6:00pm — Friday

Lahser & 11 Mile and
12 Mile & Evergreen Offices

OPEN Saturday 6:30am-4:30 pm

National
Bank
of Southfield

THE BEND-OVER-BACKWARDS BANK

Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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