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November 27, 1970 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 27, 1970-9

B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERS
of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties

CoiVenant Credit Union

announces a new-member and

savings Program—

EARN A GIFT

Open a savings account

Earn a Jewish Cook Book
written by Molly Lyons Bar-David

Add $200 to savings

Earns a Prayer Book
imported from Israel



4 3/4 % paid on savings accounts,
plus up to $2,000 free life insur-
ance



5 3/4 % compounded daily on de-
posits and paid quarterly



Loans up to $10,000 covered with
free life insurance



Free money orders, group life in-
surance, low-cost auto insurance

Earn a pair of candlesticks
imported from Israel

Add $500 to savings

Add $1,000 or more to
savings

Earn a Menorah with candles
imported from Israel

Cookbooks for new members only.

Other gifts for all members, one per member.

Stop in and see us at our new office.

'IN COVENANT
' CREDIT UNION

21711 West Ten Mile Road
near Lahser

• v

CHECK THESE
MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
WE OFFER ALL
B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERS-

Southfield, Michigan

Any member of Covenant Credit
Union who stops by our new office in
Southfield on or before December 27
may win a portable color TV set,
which will be given awy at our Dedi-
cation Ceremony on December 27.

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