Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Oct 5 1970, Page 11

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaFiat Antt Hinr Shii monday october a 1970 3-b May the bes Bank win. Which of South Carolina s top Banks has the Best Overall savings Book plans you decide. In the Chart below Are savings plans offered by the state s four largest Banks As of August 1970. The first three Banks have passbook savings accounts for their lower interest rate savings plans. A few of their other plans require special books. Some involve no books at All. With All san savings plans you get a savings Book. You can make deposits or withdrawals with or without the Book. You can make them by mail. And every Quarter you receive an itemized statement showing deposits withdrawals and interest. So. Look at the Chart. And answer some questions. Which Bank is the Only one of these with a regular savings account which Bank does not require the Purchase of a Bond or certificate of Deposit to pay 5 which Bank requires the lowest initial Deposit on All accounts which Bank lets you add any amount at any time on All four plans which Bank we Don t want to influence your decision. And we Aren t calling any names. But you see that Bank at the Bottom of the list maybe it s really the one at the top. Bank Plaa not certificate certificate needed 10 Days of Quarter after firs 90 Days or 90 Days written applicable years plan not plan not plan not plan not available plan not certificate certificate needed 10 Days Quarter after first 90 Days or 90 Days written applicable years mount Nolice 10 ays of liar tar tier 90 lays or 90 Days written 10 lays of Quarter if tar 10 ays of car scr of tar two cars. South Carolina National member Federal Reserve by fido

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