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October 07, 1994 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-07

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"Great Rate"

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d.v APY*

Compiled by Steve Stein

SEE SPOT RUN, a rubber
stamping and stickering empori-
um which opened last month in
Franklin, offers a variety of Ju-

7 MONTH CD

The Detroit Institute for Chil-
dren is an out-patient facility
which provides comprehensive
diagnostic and treatment services

665-4030 Bloomfield Hills 258-5300
Ann Arbor (Downtown)
665-4080 Farmington Hills 737-0444
(Main
Centre)
Ann Arbor
882-6400
Grosse Pointe

Visit Any Branch, Or Open By Phone Today, 1-800-968-4425
Republic Information Center Hours
Monday-Friday 7 AM - 7 PM • Saturday 9 AM - Noon

Judaica rubber stamps and stickers are sold at See Spot Run.

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BANK

Member
FDIC

• Annual Percentage Yield (APT) is accurate as of September 26, 1994. Penalty for early withdrawal. Minimum of 51.000 balance to open and earn interest.

DISTINCTIVE

PERSONAL

BANKING

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Southfield

daica rubber stamps and stick-
ers. Starting this winter, classes
for children and adults and chil-
dren's birthday parties will be
held in the store.

for children with disabilities. To
purchase tickets for the benefit,
call Ellen Robinson, director of
special events for the institute,
313-832-1100, ext. 205.

SIX CENTURIES of diamond
engagement rings will be on dis-
play Oct. 13-15 at Tapper's in
Southfield. A special preview, fea-
turing Swiss gem and jewelry au-
thority and author Antoinette
Matlins, will be held from 5-8:30
p.m. Oct. 13.
The rings which will be on dis-
play range from octahedral nat-
ural diamond crystals set in gold
from the third century to intri-
cate interlocking 16th-century
rings that open to reveal minia-
ture sculptures.
For further information, call
Tapper's, 810-357-5578.

ABOUT 30 EMPLOYERS with
job openings will collect resumes
and talk with applicants at Unit-
ed Way Job Fair '94, a free event
sponsored by United Way for
Southeastern Michigan. The job
fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Oct. 11 at the Plaza Hotel in
Southfield.
Job-seekers at the fair can ap-
ply for skilled and unskilled, tech-
nical and non-technical,
professional, full-time and part-
time positions.
United Community Services of
Metropolitan Detroit, the Men-
tal Health Association of Michi-
gan and Operation ABLE are
partners with United Way in the
project. In 1992, the same group
put on a similar job fair and 1,800
job-seekers met with 35 prospec-
tive employers.
For further information on Job
Fair '94, call 313-965-8860 for a
taped message.

IT WON'T be long now. The first
major office building construction
in decades in Ferndale is just
around the corner.
The site concept plan for the
new Credit Union ONE Center
and the site plan for an accom-
panying five-lane drive-thru fa-
cility were approved by the
Ferndale Planning Commission
last month.
The center will be built at 470
East Nine Mile between Wood-
ward and Hilton, the current site
of the Ferndale Community Cen-
ter.
CIRCUS is the theme of a fund-
raising event for the Detroit In-
stitute for Children scheduled for
5:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 10 at Jules R.
Schubot Jewellers in Troy.
The new animal collection of
fine jewelry designer Henry
Dunay will be on display. The
evening also includes hors d'oeu-
vres, refreshments, entertain-
ment, music and prizes.

EMPLOYERS are invited to
participate in the 13th Michigan
Collegiate Job Fair which will be
held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov.
4 at Burton Manor in Livonia.
Co-sponsored by Wayne State
University and Eastern Michi-
gan University, the fair will be
promoted by more than 70 oth-
er four-year and two-year insti-
tutions. ESD (The Engineering
Society) is a supporting sponsor.
Upwards of 2,000 seniors or re-
cent graduates from four-year col-
leges in Michigan, Ohio and
Indiana are expected to attend
the fair.
Registration materials from
employers must be submitted by

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