Two community institutions whose customers are worlds apart are splitting up Philadelphia's failed Ukrainian Federal Savings and Loan Association.

United Bank of Philadelphia, an African-American-owned bank, paid the Resolution Trust Corp. $7,987 for a $16.3 milliondeposit branch in a black and Asian section of town. Meanwhile, Chicago-based 1st Security Federal Savings Bank, which serves Ukrainians, Poles, Sloyaks, and Armenians, put up $585,000 for $22 million in deposits for a branch that caters primarily to Eastern Europeans.

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