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September 26, 1986 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-26

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JEWELRY APPRAISALS

At Very Reasonable Prices

,

Call For An Appointment

30400 Telegraph Road
Suite 134
Birmingham. Mi. 48010

Ill ttyleyt,

FINE JEWELERS

established 1919

LETTERS

Barlow Entitled
To A Response

(313) 642-5575

GEM/DIAMOND SPECIALIST
AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING AND EVALUATION

Daily 10: 00-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

Sat. 10:00-5:00

'86 TRUCK SELLOUT

9 Selling Days Of
it
SPECIAL
INTEREST Le f t !

RATES

'86 S10 PICKUP

AM RADIO, 4 SPD, 4 CYL,
GAGES, FULL- SPARE, GRAY
STK. # 1818

$*
6 5 737

10 AVAILABLE AT SIMILAR SAVINGS

'86 S10
EXTENDED CAB PICKUP

DARK GLASS, BKTST RECLINING
SEATS, V6, AUTO, 1500
PAYLOAD, AIR, TAHOE, W/W
TIRES, PWR WIND & LOCKS,
STEREO, TWO TONE GRAY/
BLACK. STK. # 2522

$11 , 536*

'86 - 1/2 TON 8'
PICKUP BOX

SILVERADO, AIR, V8, AUTO,
CRUISE, TILT, DUAL TANKS,
STEREO, LOADED, GRAY
STK. # 2789

$10 5 437*
.

'86 1/2 TON 8'
PICKUP BOX

V6, AUTO, PWR. STEERING,
PWR. BRAKES, GAGES, DARK
BLUE
STK. # 3005

$8147*
5

10 AVAILABLE AT SIMILAR SAVINGS

'86 S10
SHORT BOX

'86
86 3/4 TON .
8' BOX

'86 1/2 TON
SUBURBAN

9 PASSENGER, AIR, TILT, 350
V8, AUTO-OD, TRAILER PACK-
AGE, TWO PAINT BROWN/TAN.
STK. # 2874

$14 5 025*

'86 3/4 TON
SUBURBAN

DARK GLASS, CNTR & REAR
SEAT, AIR, 350, REG. GAS, TILT,
CRUISE, BUCKETS, PWR. WIN-
DOWS & LOCKS, HD TRAILER
INC., BLUE & GRAY TWO TONE
STK. # 3281

17 617*
9

Vb, 4 SPD, PWR, STEERING,
PWR. BRAKES, STAINLESS MIR-
ROM, RADIAL TIRES.
STK. # 2949

$8 , 860*

$8,670 * *

$10 9 107 *

'86 S10
LONG BOX

'86 1/2 TON
6' SHORT BOX

'86 3/4 TON
CARGO VAN

TINT, AUTO, 4 CYL. PWR. STEER-
ING, PWR. BRAKES, STEREO,
STEP BUMPER
STK. # 2458

$7 5 959*

TINT, AIR, V8, AUTO-OD, PWR.
STEERING, PWR. BRAKES, TILT,
RALLY WHEELS, EXT. DECOR
PAINT, RED/BLACK.
.
STK. # 2520

$10 9 424*

TINT, SIDE & REAR GLASS, V8, 4
SPD-OD, CRUISE, CASSETTE, HD
FRONT & REAR SPRINGS.
STK. # 2409

TINT-W/S, REAR GLASS, V8,
AUTO, AM RADIO, HD SPRINGS
& SHOCKS, CHROME BUMPERS,
GAGES, 2 FRONT SEATS, BUR-
GUNDY.
STK. # 2758

$10 9 077*

All Above Trucks At 2.9% Annual Percentage Rate/36 Mos.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nerenberg's complaints high-
light that "something is not
kosher in Denmark," and I
would suggest that Sinai
should do its own investiga-
tion rather than rely on an
outside source.

Alicia R. Nelson
Southfield

To our
readers . .



The Jewish News encourages
our readers to share their
opinions and comments.
Brief, typewritten, double-
spaced letters are preferred.
The paper reserves the right to
edit all letters. Unsigned let-
ters will not be used, but
names of letterwriters can be
withheld upon request.

LOCAL NEWS

Council To Present
Lazarus Tribute

Michael Drissman
Committee for the Jewish Idea

'86 1/2 TON
CARGO VAN

TINT, AIR, PWR. STEERING, PWR.
BRAKES, AUTO, V6, TILT,
GAGES, RALLY WHEELS, CLOTH
SEATS
STK. # 3305

It was sufficiently embar-
rassing when Alvin Kushner,
executive director of the
Jewish Community Council,
demanded of the Episcopal
diocese, a disclaimer for
Betsy Barlow's WDET attack
on Israel ("Radio Caommen-
tary Irks JCCouncil," Aug.
29).
But even worse, Kushner
has publicly displayed incom-
petence and ignorance by his
refusal to answer Barlow's
requests, printed in The
Jewish News, for sources and
evidence to justify his attacks
and accusations of "lies" he
made against her ("Letters,"
Sept. 19).
She is entitled to a re-
sponse. Kushner writes that
we did not "choose to engage
in a dialogue, written or
otherwise, with Betsy Bar-
low." But why does Kushner
refuse to talk with her? Can
he prove his accusations? Is
he capable of debate? Having
thrown the stone, he cannot
just run away ...
Alvin Kushner has re-
peatedly shown himself to be
incompetent, ignorant, and
ineffective. For the $50,000
per year, the Jewish commu-
nity deserves a spokesman
who can lead, who can speak
to the role and vision of Is-
rael, who can appear in the
media to defend the rights of
Jews, and who can write in-
telligently on Jewish affairs.
If Alvin Kushner will not
resign, he should be fired.

Sinai's Menu
Expensive, Heavy

Having just read your arti-
cle of Mr. David Nerenberg's
complaints about the impro-
per handling of the kosher
food orders for Sinai Hospital.
("OP Butcher Sues Sinai,
Vaad, Kollel," Sept. 19), I felt
compelled to add my com-
ment. I am in no way in-
volved in the purchasing or
the arranging of kosher
meats, however, several years
ago my husband was a
patient at Sinai Hospital for
three days. The medical serv-
ice was excellent and the
nurses were sympathetic and
available; yet, there was a
real problem — from my
perspective.
The first evening for dinner
duck was served. The second
evening the entree choice was
rib steak, and the final night
the kosher menu provided
lamp chops. I was appalled!
First of all, when a hospital
is attempting to maintain a
reasonable budget, these
hardly seem like appropriate
choices. Even more serious,
however, is my distress over
the lack of poultry or fish.
How can a hospital which
emphasizes its cardiac pro-
gram concentrate its kosher
menu on these expensive and
heavy meats?
It seems to me that Mr.

Judy Goldstein

The late Jewish American
poetess Emma Lazarus will <
be remembered in a special
musical tribute to be per-
formed by Judy Goldstein at
the Jewish Community
Council's first delegate as-
sembly of the 1986-1987 pro- -\
gram season at 8 p.m. Oct.
22, in the auditorium of
United Hebrew Schools,
21550 W. 12 Mile Road,
Southfield.
Lazarus' best known son-
net, The New Colossus, was
written as an entry to a
poetry contest organized by
Joseph Pulitzer, owner of The
World, a New York City
newspaper, to raise money for
the Statue of Liberty in 1883.
It was first read at a fund-
raising event for the statue.
Mrs. Goldstein is a bal-
ladier of Yiddish, Hebrew,
Russian and English folk
songs.
Leon S. Cohan, serving a
second term as council
president, will preside over
the delegate assembly, which
is open to the community and
free of charge. Refreshments
will be served by the United
Hebrew Schools Woman's
Auxiliary.

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