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July 08, 1994 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-08

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12 MONTH CERTIFICATE

4.25%
4.31%

INTEREST
RATE

A.P.Y./*

24 MONTH CERTIFICATE

5.00%
5.09%

INTEREST
RATE

First
Rate
Rates.

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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.

COMPILIEC)

s -rave

Farmington Hills. Ms. Gardner
formerly was director of account
services & public relations. She
joined the company in 1990.

KEN KING of West Bloomfield

A.P.Y./

60 MONTH CERTIFICATE

5.25Wo lin R E ARESTE
5. 3

Call 338-7700
352-7700

James Dingeman

FIRST SECURITY

SAVINCIS BANk

"First in Service . "

Main Office

2600 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills. MI 48302

* Annual percentage yield when compounded quarterly. Rate is accurate as of 7/8/94.

Penalty for early withdrawal from certificate accounts may be assessed.

has been elected treasurer of the
Detroit chapter of the Interna-
tional Television Association.
Mr. King, who has more than
15 years of sales experience in
the film and video industry, is
one of two managers of Film-
Craft Inc.'s new Troy sales fa-
cility. He is senior account
executive for duplication sales
for FilmCraft, a video duplica-
tion and film laboratory. Mr.
King and his family are mem-
bers of Adat Shalom Synagogue
in Farmington Hills.

JAMES DINGEMAN has
joined the Southfield corporate
financial management consult-
ing firm of Bahadur, Balan &
Kazerski, Ltd., as an associate.
Mr. Dingeman has 25 years of
experience in commercial lend-
ing, corporate finance and busi-
ness. Before joining Bahadur,
Balan & Kazerski, Mr. Dinge-
man co-owned and operated a
specialty steel distributor. In
1990, he was a candidate for
U.S. Congress.

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Carol Gardner

CAROL GARDNER has been

promoted to vice president of ac-
count services & public relations
at Dennis Green Advertising in

first-place "Award of Excellence"
for a national public relations
campaign at the 13th annual
International Association of
Business Communicators/De-
troit Renaissance Awards. She
also received honorable mention
in the sales/promotion writing
category for a 12-page Sunday
supplement to the Ann Arbor
News. Ms. Goldwasser owns
Wordwatch corporate writing
consultants in Birmingham and
she recently co-authored Un-
stuck for Words: How To Start
and Finish Any Writing Project.

Retire? No Way!

At age 90, John Sklar is still practicing law.

S

he agreed to learn to play
golf. He agreed to learn to
dance.
John Sklar was a lawyer
for only three years when he "ne-
gotiated" his marriage back in

1930. Today, at 90, the specialist
in appellate practice arrives at
work every weekday morning at
7 at the Detroit-based law firm of
Honigman Miller Schwartz and
Cohn.

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