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May 20, 1994 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-20

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12 MONTH CERTIFICATE

4.000/0
4.06%

MEREST
RATE

A.P.Y./

36 MONTH CERTIFICATE

INTEREST
RATE

4.25%
. 31% A'

60 MONTH CERTIFICATE

first
Rate
Rates.

These are fixed rate
certificates of deposit
that are insured by
the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
(FDIC). A minimum
opening deposit and
balance of $500.00
is required to obtain
the stated A.P.Y.

EUGENE APPLEBAUM,

chairman and CEO of Troy-

based Arbor Drugs, has been
appointed to the National As-
sociation of Chain Drug Stores'
board of directors. Mr. Apple-
baum founded Arbor Drugs in
1963, and there are now 153
stores in Michigan.

SANDY WYNANT of Clawson
has been promoted to account
supervisor at Goldfarb & Corn-
pany Advertising in Southfield.
Her responsibilities include the
supervision of the agency's
AT&T Consumer Products re-
tail/cooperative advertising and
the Credit Union ONE account.

NANCY FISCHER has been
named public-relations man-
ager for Cellular One. Previ-
ously, she was an independent
consultant, communications di-
rector for the American Heart
Association of Michigan and
public relations director for the
Hyatt Regency-Dearborn.

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STEIN

JIM 'WILLIAMS of Berkley
has been named art director for
the Bingham Farms-based
Berline Group Inc. advertising
and public relations agency. Mr.
Williams is a 1992 graduate of
the Center for Creative Studies
in Detroit.

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MONIQUE SCHREIBMAN

has joined the Southfield office
of Gateway Travel. She has
more than eight years of expe-

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Penalty for early withdrawal from certificate accounts may be assessed.

Monique Schreibman

354-5959

rience in the travel industry.

GARY STEIN of Warren has
been promoted to senior vice
president-real estate by Perry
Drug Stores. He is responsible
for market analysis, site selec-
tion, lease negotiation, lease
management, construction and
planning for new stores.

GENE PANKER of Rochester
Hills has joined Dynasty Fund-
ing Corp., a Farmington Hills-
based mortgage lending firm,
as production manager. He is
responsible for staff training,
developing new markets and
products and quality control for
the loan process. Mr. Panker
previously was vice president,
loan administration, for Towne
Mortgage Co. in Sterling
Heights.

Frank Mamat

FRANK MAMAT, faculty di-
rector for the Washington,
D.C.,-based Cambridge Insti-
tute's Michigan programs for la-
bor and employment issues,
chaired a one-day seminar in
Detroit titled "Michigan Occu-
pational Safety & Health Law
— 1994 Compliance Guide."
of
LARRY SEEGULL
Mr. Mamat, who practices la-
Farmington Hills has graduat- bor and employment law, is a
ed from the University of Michi- partner in the firm of Honigman
gan Law School and accepted a Miller Schwartz and Cohn. He
position with the Baltimore law also is a commissioner on the
firm of Venable, Baetjer and Michigan Construction Code
Howard.
Commission.

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