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July 25, 1980 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Direct Deposit
Social Security checks
are never lost, late
or stolen.
And they earn the most
right here.

Naturally you look forward to
that day each month when your
Social Security check arrives in
the mail. But when it's late vou
worry. And when it arrives you
must go out in good weather and
bad to deposit it.
There's a better way. It's called
Direct Deposit, and it permits the
Social Security agency to deposit
Your check directly into your
savings account by a simple
computer entry. Direct Deposit is
so worthwhile the U.S. Govern-
ment endorses it. And no
wonder. Just consider these
benefits:

Freedom from worry. Because
your check can never get lost,
stolen or misplaced.

Earns interest quicker. By the
first business day following
the second of the month, or
even sooner!

Convenience. Deposits are made
for you automatically.

You can also direct deposit Air
Force, Navy, Veteran's Benefits,
Black Lung Compensation, Civil
Service Annuity and Railroad
Retirement checks.

It's easy to do. Just bring in
your next check and we'll handle
the details.

Higher earnings. The highest
in Michigan for regular pass-
book savings.

Extra benefits. Free money
orders. As many as you need.

amencan
federal
savings

because a bank
isn't enough.

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

Member Federal Home Loan Bank System • Your savings are insured up to $100,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance

Friday, July 25, 1980 3

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