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October 23, 1987 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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!LOCAL NEWS

One Day Cleaning
Available Upon Request



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SUBURBAN
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who have taken 5 classes or less at BODY, INC.
or who have not attended in 6 months.

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Sugar Tree
6235,Orchard Lake Road — Just N. of Maple
West Bloomfield

626-1350

Purchase offer expires October 31, 1987. Classes good for 2 months
from date - of purchase. One per person; one time only.

FLEXIBLE INVESTMENTS

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7.75%

Annual Percentage
Rate

7.98%

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5 YEARS

8.75%

Annual Percentage Rate

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effective annual yield

$500 MINIMUM DEPOSIT
*COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY

If you're looking for a flexible, safe investment
plan ... look to First Security Savings Bank. We
have investment plans from daily accounts to 10
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Substantial penalty for early withdrawal.
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(313)

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FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1987

338-7700

OUAl HOUSING

OPPORTUNITY

Oaks Seeks County Post

Lillian Jaffe Oaks has set
her sights on a seat on the
Oakland County Board of
Commissioners.
Mrs. Jaffe Oaks, a
Democrat who has served in
numerous state and
municipal positions, will run
in a special election to fill the
vacancy in District 21 created
by the death of Alexander
Perinoff.
Long active in Southfield
politics, Mrs. Jaffe Oaks serv-
ed eight years on the
Southfield City Council, with
terms as president in
1982-1983 and president pro
tem from 1979 through 1981.
She also has been a member
of the public advisory com-
mittee and the non-profit
housing committee. Other
Southfield activities include
helping to create the
Southfield Cultural Arts
Center and serving as its vice
chairman; and she has also
served on the board of direc-
tors of the Southfield Total
Living Commission.
Mrs. Jaffe Oaks has also
been appointed to variety of
state positions. In 1983, Gov.
James Blanchard named her
to the Committee on the
Future of Higher Education
in Michigan. She chaired the
subcommittee charged with
identifying the problems of
access to higher education
faced by minorities, -women
and the handicapped.
She was also selected as a
member of the Governor's
Cabinet Council on Jobs and
Economic Development, serv-
ing on the Communities of
Economic Excellence Com-
mittee. And she served on the
transportation committee of
the Michigan Municipal
League and on the board of
directors of the United Com-
munity Services of Oakland
County.
Active in the Jewish com-
munity for many years, Mrs.
Jaffe Oaks has served on the
boards of directors of the
Jewish Community Center,
Jewish Family Service and
the American Friends of
Haifa University, as well as
belonging to the National
Council for Jewish Women,
Hadassah, the Jewish
Welfare Federation, and the
American Jewish Committee.

Mrs. Jaffe Oaks has receiv-
ed a well-qualified rating
from Civic Searchlight.
She now serves on the ad-
visory board of Providence
Hospital and has been a
member of the Institutional
Review Committee of the
Lafayette Clinic. She is also
known for championing the

Lillian Jaffe Oaks

causes of senior citizens and
the handicapped.
A graduate of Wayne State
University in sociology and
education, Mrs. Jaffe Oaks
also took advanced study in
city planning while a teacher
in the Detroit Public Schools.

ADL Protests
Gandhi Remark

New York — The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has protested to the In-
dian government over recent
remarks made by Indian
Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
that "Palestine belongs to the
Arabs in the same sense that
England belongs to the
English and France to the
French."
Prime Minister Gandhi's
comments were made in
August on the occasion of a
visit to India by Palestine
Liberation Organization
leader Yassir Arafat.
In response to the ADL pro-
test, the Indian Embassy
asserted that "India believes
that the Palestine Liberation
Organization is the sole,
authentic and legitimate
representative of the
Palestine people."

War Criminal's
Presence hit

New York — The Costa
Rican Jewish community has
publicly called on that coun-
try's government to stop har-
boring an accused Nazi war
criminal, according to the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
The Costa Rican Jewish
organization, Centro Israelita
Sionista de Costa Rica, said
in an advertisement in the
newspaper La Republica, that
the alleged criminal, Bohdan
Koziy, should leave the
country.

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