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November 23, 1979 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 23, 1919 3

The most overlooked
income source in business

"Lazy Money" is our name for temporarily idle
business funds that just sit around in company
checking accounts waiting to be used. The wait may be
short, or as long as several months. But every day
of waiting robs your business of income it could
earn easily in our Business Savings and Telephone
Transfer program.

Our program dovetails comfortably with your normal
business banking arrangements while providing
insured safety and a higher return than would be
possible through your bank alone.

Let our Business Savings and Telephone Transfer
program put your "Lazy Money" to work as a
profitable source of income. Remember, if you're not
using it...you're losing it!

Call today: Herbert E. Knoll

626•2546

We'll show you how

american
federal
savings

because a bank isn't enough.

DETROIT • EAST DETROIT • CLAWSON • OAK PARK • FARMINGTON/ HILLS -
SOUTHFIELD • BIRMINGHAM-BLOOMFIELD TWP. • WARREN-STERLING HEIGHTS

Member Federal 1-lone Loan Bank System • Your saving's arc insured up to S-10,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation

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