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March 31, 1995 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-31

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12 MONTH CERTIFICATE

6.00%
6. 1 3%

INTEREST
RATE

A.P.Y./

24 MONTH CERTIFICATE

6.00% 7ARTEEST
6. 1 3%

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 S500.00
is required to obtain
the stated A.P.Y.

MEMOS

page 41

tween 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday

through Friday.

ADVICE for the blind and phys-

ically handicapped on how to ob-
tain jobs will be presented at a
noon Friday, April 7, seminar in
the Downtown Library of the De-
troit Public Library.
For further information on the
seminar and on the services of-
fered by the sponsoring Detroit
Subregional Library for the Blind
and Physically Handicapped, call
(313) 224-0580 from 9:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day.

Call 338-7700
352-7700

48 MONTH CERTIFICATE

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6. 1 3% A P

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FIRST SECURITY

Sat

BANik

"First in Service -

Main Office
2600 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills. MI 48302

* Annual percentage yield when compounded quarterly. Rate is accurate as of 3/31/95.

Penalty for early withdrawal from certificate accounts may be assessed.

EOUAL HOUSING

LENDER

Ahava's Dead Sea Bath Salts.

CUSTOMERS can take home a

free scoop of Ahava's Dead Sea
Bath Salts during April at Levin
Beauty in West Bloomfield,
Parisian in Livonia, Profiles Cos-
metics by Sharon at the Mop
Shop in West Bloomfield and
Birmingham and the Mole Hole
in Kalamazoo.
Ahava is an Israeli-based line
of skin care from the mineral-rich
Dead Sea.

AN OPEN HOUSE at The Hills,

YOUR FULL SERVICE COPY CENTER)

initiating- • Desktop Publishing

FREE
COLOR COPY

With this ad

Limit one per customer • No purchase necessary • Expires April 7, 1995

6251 Orchard Lake Road (In Sugar Tree) a West Bloomfield

(810) 851-71.70

FAX (810) 851-7176

a new housing development by
Huhglan Development Compa-
ny in Novi, will be held from 11:30
a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, April 9.
There will be activities for chil-
dren and families and refresh-
ments will be available. New
home models will be open for
viewing in the largest develop-
ment of its kind in Novi in 10
years.

A SIGHT-SEEING tour through

the InterNet led by Richard Sti-
ennon, president of RustNet, a lo-
cal InterNet service provider, will
be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April
11, at the Borders Book Shop in
Birmingham.
The tour is limited to 30 per-
sons. For reservations, call Bor-
ders, (810) 644-1515.

THE BATTLE for community

economic development funds in
the 1996 fiscal year will be dis-
cussed at a 6:15-8:45 p.m.
Wednesday, April 12, workshop
in the Explorers Room of the De-
troit Main Library.
The Neighborhood Resource

Center (NRC) Project is the spon-
sor of the workshop. For further
information on the NRC Project
and to register for the workshop,
call the Neighborhood Service
Organization, (313) 341-3859.

THE FUNDAMENTALS of in-

vesting will be detailed at an "In-
vesting for the 21st Century"
seminar at 7 p.m. Wednesday,
April 19, at the Troy Public Li-
brary.
Because seating is limited, reg-
istrations are requested by call-
ing the library, (810) 524-3538.

A TECH-
NOLOGY

conference and
exposition ti-
tled, 'The Next
Millenium:
Will Your En-
terprise Be
Ready?" will be
held Wednes-
day and
Thursday,
May 3-4, at the
Farmington
Hills Activity
Center. The
keynote speak-
er will be
David Pearce
Snyder,
lifestyles edi-
tor of The Futurist magazine.
The conference/exposition is
sponsored by the Farming-
ton/Farmington Hills Chamber
of Commerce. For registration in-
formation, call the chamber, (810)
474-3440.

SPEECH SKILLS for the busi-

ness and performing arts profes-
sional will be taught at a seminar
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday,
May 6, at the St. John Surgery
Center in St. Clair Shores.
The Lakeshore Professional
Voice Center, which provides
care, diagnosis, treatment, train-
ing and research on the voice, is
the sponsor of the seminar. The
guest speaker will be New York
voice, speech and performance
coach Lucille Schutmaat Rubin.
For further information on the
seminar and to obtain registra-
tion materials, call the Lakeshore
Professional Voice Center, (810)
779-7610, Ext. 6, or fax the re-
quest to (810) 779-0031. [I]

MEMOS

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Stein at The Jewish News,
27676 Franklin, Southfield, MI
48034. A picture would be ap-
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black-and-white, but it must be
in focus. If you wish to have the
picture returned, you must
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