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April 26, 1991 - Image 30

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-26

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I NEWS I

DETROIT'S
HIGHEST
RATES

What wonderful parents they've been. But now,
they're depending on you.
We're here to make it easier.
At Novi Village, we offer the security, companion-
ship and enjoyment that should mark everyone's
senior years. Along with comfortable, inviting,
private apartments, our residents enjoy:
• A spacious, beautifully appointed great room for
gracious entertaining or mingling with friends.
• A lovely dining room, serving nutritious, quality
meals at no extra charge.

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• Free housekeeping services including daily room
checks.
• An exciting social calendar — no one is ever
bored!
• Free scheduled transportation for shopping or
appointments.
• Safety and security features throughout,
guaranteeing peace of mind.
They've always cared, and you have, too. So do we.
Call us today and let us introduce the people you
care about most to the finer things in life.

Minimum Deposit of $500
12 MOM CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

6150%
6.913%

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RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

Effective Annual Yield *

Have your own diamonds reset in a stunning
modern necklace, or choose from the best
creations by top designers.

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All merchadise is offered at outstanding discount prices.
All sales can be exchanged or refunded.
Gift wrapping is free.

WILINIVAUIP
JEWELERS

29536 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48034
PHONE: 357-4000

HOURS: M - F 10 - 5:30, Sat 10 - 5

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Get A Green Return On Your Investment!

Spring Specials
$150 OFF Installation
10% OFF spring start-up

Compounded Quarterly.

This is a fixed rate account that
is insured to S100,000 by the
Federal Deposit Insurance
Corp. (FDIC). Substantial In-
terest Penalty for early
withdrawal from certificate
accounts. Rates subject to
change without notice.

FIRST
SECURITY
SAVINGS
BANK

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MAIN OFFICE

2600 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills

(Just South ol
Square take)

Expires May 30, 1991. Please present ad on first survey.

Design • Installation • Service • Landscape Lighting

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30 FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1991

855-8484

Equal Housing
Lender

PHONE
338.7700
352.1700

HOURS:
..... ••.. MON.-THURS
9:30-4:30
FRI.
9:30-6:00

Forward Among
Finalists

New York

(JTA) — The

Forward was one of three

finalists for a 1991 Pulitzer
Prize in the category of
distinguished editorial
writing, the 94-year-old Jew-
ish newspaper, now an Eng-
lish-language weekly, re-
ported after the prizes were
announced April 9.
Harold Ostroff, the For-
ward chairman who sub-
mitted the name of editor
Seth Lipsky to the Pulitzer
Prize Board for considera-
tion, said the near miss itself
was an honor.
Mr. Ostroff explained that
under the Pulitzer Prize
system, Pulitzer juries make
three recommendations in
each category without
listing them in order of pre-
ference.
The recommendations for
finalist in distinguished edi-
torial writing were culled
from more than 100 entries,
Mr. Ostroff said.
Mr. Ostroff added that he
was "immensely proud that
the Forward had achieved
such recognition during its
first year of publication in
English."
The prize went to an edito-
rial-writing team of the
Birmingham News in
Alabama. Mr. Lipsky shared
finalist honors with Martin
Nolan of the Boston
Globe.Mr. Lipsky said he
drew much of his inspiration
from the work of his
predecessors in the years
when the Forward, the
largest Yiddish daily in the
world, was a powerful in-
fluence on Jewish thinking
and culture in America.
The first editor of the For-
ward was Abraham Cahan,
who joined the newspaper
when it was founded on
April 22, 1897, on New
York's Lower East Side.

Anti-Semitism
In France

Paris (JTA) — French po-
litical leaders are in trouble
over anti-Semitic canards,
and neither is repentant.
After the Paris Court of
Justice convicted him of
"racial defamation," ex-
treme-right-winger Jean-
Marie Le Pen said
"Freemasonry and interna-
tional Judaism" are opposed
to French national interests.
And Jean Briere, recently
suspended as the ecology-
minded Green Party's
spokesman, refused to
retract his charge that
"Israel and the Zionist
lobby" were responsible for
the Persian Gulf war.

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