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March 04, 1994 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-04

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First
Rate
Rates.

As a financial planner,
I've found that one of
the smartest money
moves you can make is
to invest in a certificate
of deposit from First
Security Savings Bank.
Not only will you get
some of the best CD
rates in town. but you'll
also receive personal
service from knowledge-
able representatives
ready to make your
money work harder
for you."

12 MONTH
CERTIFICATE

3.500%

Interest Rate

3.550%

A.P.Y.'

FIRST SECURITY

SAVINCI S BANK

"First in Service . "

Call 338-7700 or 352-7700

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 9:30-4:30. Friday 9:30-6:00

Main Office
2600 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills. MI 48302

*Annual percentage yield when compounded quarterly. Rate is accurate as of Friday,
March 4,1994. Penalty for early withdrawal from certificate accounts may be assessed.
These are fixed rate certificates of deposit that are insured by the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation (FDIC). A minimum opening deposit and balance of $500 is required
to obtain the stated A.P.Y.

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We carry Naildgues

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Call The Jewish News

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Richard Headlee Speaks At 0CC

Oakland Community College's
Distinguished Speaker Series
begins its 1994 spring lineup
with Richard Headlee on March
8.
Mr. Headlee will speak on
"Management Success" at 7
p.m. in the Smith Theater on
the college's Orchard Ridge
Campus. This is a change from
the originally scheduled March
29 appearance.
The series will continue at
6:30 p.m. March 30, with an ap-
pearance by state Sen. Lana
Pollack. Sen. Pollack replaces

William Brodhead, who will not
appear on March 16 due to a
scheduling conflict.
Admission to the Distin-
guished Speaker Series is free.
The March 8 presentation is
scheduled for one hour, followed
by a question and answer ses-
sion. For more information, call
Professor Harvey Bronstein at
471-7744.
The Orchard Ridge Campus
is located at 27055 Orchard
Lake Road, just south of 1-696
in Farmington Hills

Learn How To Get Funding

There are state and federal fi-
nancing programs and other re-
sources available for science and
technology-based companies to
assist them in developing fea-
sibility studies and prototypes
based on research/development
activites.
Funding is available for new
project development; research
and development; commercial-
ization of research; and expan-
sion and growth management.

A seminar on identifying
these potential funding sources
and the preparation of grants
to access funds will be held
March 9 at the Business En-
terprise Development Center
(BEDC) in Troy from 8:30 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m. The cost is $65,
with includes all materials and
lunch.
To register for the seminar or
for more information, call 952-
5800.

Home Building Is Forum Focus

The Allied Jewish Campaign's
Real Estate Forum will focus on
"Home Building in the '90s: De-
velopment, Planning and Mar-
keting," at 6 p.m. March 10 at
Knollwood Country Club.
Robert Schottenstein, vice
president of the Columbus,
Ohio-based M/I Schottenstein
Homes, Inc., will be featured at
the dinner program, which will
be an opportunity for builders,
developers, financiers and oth-
ers involved in the field to meet
each other in an informal set-
ting.
Mr. Schottenstein's compa-
ny is one of the nation's leading
builders of single-family homes,
selling more than 3,000 annu-
ally. Active in several civic and
charitable organizations, he is
an officer and executive com-
mittee member of the Colum-
bus Jewish Federation.

Robert Schottenstein

There is a charge for the pro-
gram, and there will be no so-
licitation of Campaign gifts.
For information, contact
Marianne Milgrom at the Jew-
ish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, 642-4260.

Southfield Seeks Board Members

The city of Southfield is seeking
interested residents to serve on
the Building Code Board of Ap-
peals.
The board, which meets "on
call" approves substitutions of
building materials and alter-
nate construction methods as
prescribed in the city's building
code.
Anyone seeking redress for
any decision, ruling or order of
the city's Building Department
relating to the design, installa-
tion or use of building con-

struction materials also may
seek relief from the board. Its
three members are appointed
by City Council to three-year
terms.
Qualified Southfield appli-
cants should be registered pro-
fessional architects with
expertise in building code issues
and commercial construction.
Applications are available
from the city clerk's office, 354-
9380; or the mayor's office, 354-
9600.

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