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March 24, 1995 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-24

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12 MONTH CERTIFICATE

First
Rate
Rates.

6.00°/o 7:ESTE T
6. 1 3%

A.P.Y./

These are fixed rate
certificates of deposit
that are insured by
the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
(FDIC). A minimum
opening deposit and
balance of S500.00
is required to obtain
the stated A.P.Y.

24 MONTH CERTIFICATE

6.00%
6. 1 3%

IMRIEEST

A.P.Y./

Call 338-7700
352-7700

48 MONTH CERTIFICATE

6.00%

1 30/

60

FIRST SECURITy

KATE

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Say M is BAN!.
"First in Seivice .

APY/*1

Compiled by

CASUAL DAY is just around the

corner. The fourth annual Unit-
ed Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Met-
ropolitan Detroit fund-raiser will
be held Friday, June 16, at busi-
nesses in Oakland, Wayne and
Macomb counties.
On Casual Day, employees con-
tribute a minimum of $5 to UCP
in exchange for the "right" to dress
casually.
Casual Day participants this
year will receive a Harmony
House discount coupon and they'll
be entered in a drawing for a trip
for two to Orlando, Fla., (donated
by Hamilton, Miller, Hudson and
Fayne); a Casual Day wardrobe
consultation and a $500 shopping
spree at Jacobson's; a day of"pam-
pering" at Jacobson's in Birm-
ingham; and a $100 gift certificate
from Harmony House.
Companies can register to take
part in Casual Day by calling
UCP of Metropolitan Detroit,
(810) 557-5070.

113ain Office
2600 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills. MI 48302

as of 3/24/95.
* Annual percentage yield when compounded quarterly. Rate is accurate

EQUAL HOUSING

Penalty for early withdrawal from certificate accounts may be assessed.

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A NEW financial planning firm
has opened in downtown Birm-
ingham. Sheila Sky Kasselman,
who has been in the financial ser-
vices business for more than 15
years, has launched Sky Finan-
cial Services at 250 Martin, Suite

Steve Stein

a 30-second television commer-
cial for the Child Abuse Council
on a pro bono basis.

CONSTRUCTION at Fidelity

Bank's renovated and expanded
main office on the corner of Maple
and Adams in Birmingham is
scheduled to be completed in May.
Work began in July of last year.
Because of the expansion of the
main office, Fidelity Bank is clos-
ing its branch office located a few
blocks away at Maple and Wood-
ward. That office will close Fri-
day, June 16.
Fidelity Bank says Maple/
Woodward customers will be able
to take advantage of additional
services at the main office.

JAN LIPPERT has joined the

staff at A-Plus Travel in South-
field as a golf-vacation specialist.
A-Plus specializes in planning golf
vacations.

HEALTH HOUSE '95, a coop-

erative project supporting the
American Lung Association, will
be open to the public from noon to
6 p.m. Sunday, April 30, through
Sunday, May 21.
The showcase home and edu-
cational center is located at the
corner of Seven Mile and Hag-
gerty in Northville.
Built by S.R. Jacobson Devel-
opment Corp., Health House fea-
tures components which provide
clean, safe indoor air while using
environment-friendly recycled
materials and construction meth-
ods.
A Health House '95 preview
will be held from 7-10 p.m. Sat-
urday, April 29. For further in-
formation on the preview and
Health House, call (810)559-5100.

THE VENERABLE Dixieland

Flea Market at the corner of Tele-
graph and Dixie Highway has re-
ceived a facelift.
Artist Glenn Dorshimer used
structures already on the build-
ing to create a reproduction of the
1861 steamship The Maly Paul.
107.
Dixieland opened in 1976 with
Ms. Sky Kasselman works
with individual, corporate and about 25 dealers. There are now
nonprofit clients, providing em- approximately 150 dealers. The
ployee benefit planning services, market is open from 4-9 p.m. Fri-
retirement planning and finan- day, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Satur-
day and Sunday. Admission is
cial counseling.
free.
STONE & SIMONS Advertising
received a First Choice award in ARBOR DRUGS achieved
the Detroit Newspaper Agency's record sales and earnings in the
Partnership for Humanity pro- second quarter of fiscal 1995,
gram in recognition of the news- which ended Jan. 31.
Net sales advanced 16
paper ads the Southfield firm
created on behalf of the Child percent to $185,134,000 from
Abuse and Neglect Council of $159,596,000 in the second quar-
ter of fiscal 1994.
Oakland County.
Net income for the quarter rose
Stone & Simons produced full-
and half-page newspaper ads plus 15.7 percent to $7,488,000, or 46

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