A Chicago thrift company whose deposits have steadily declined in the past year is promoting a no-penalty certificate of deposit to bring in cash.

Deposits at Park Bancorp, the parent of Park Federal Savings Bank, slumped 3.4% from mid-1996 to mid-1997, when the thrift held $128 million of deposits.

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