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May 29, 1987 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-29

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They might guess the size.
They'll never guess the price.

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the color the clarity and the cut of your
elegant diamond They might even
guess the weight But they II never
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Shcharansky Visit

Continued from Page 5

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• 2.9-liter V-6 engine with multi-port
electronic fuel injection
• EEC-IV Electronic Engine Controls
• Five-speed overdrive transmission
• MacPherson strut independent front
suspension
• 27mm front stabilizer bar
• 16mm rear stabilizer bar
• Variable ratio power-assisted rack-
and-pinion steering
• Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
• Power assisted 102-inch ventilated
front disc, 10.0-inch rear disc brakes
• P205/60HR15 Pirelli P6 steel-belted
radial tires
• 15 x 6-inch cast aluminum alloy
wheels
• Full analog instrumentation
• Car outline graphic information
module with warning lights for
door/liftgate ajar, bulb outage, possi-
ble road-icing conditions and seat
belt usage
• Flush side glass, windshield and
backlite

• Flush integral halogen headlights,
halogen foglamps, parking lights and
turn indicators/side marker lights
• Five-mph polyurethane front and
rear bumpers
• Tinted glass
• Electronic AM/FM stereo cassette
radio with 12-station memory, DolbyP
and power amplifier with six
speakers
• Electronic automatic temperature
control system
• Rear compartment heat ducts and
control
• Speed control
• Power windows
• Remote fuel door release
• Power central locking system
• Torch key
• Footwell courtesy lights with time
delay
• Overhead console with dome light,
dual adjustable map lights, and digi-
tal clock with date/month, elapsed
time, and ambient temperature
• Rear overhead light console
• Dual power heated fold-away out-
side rearview mirrors

• Electric rear window defroster and
integral radio antenna
• Six-speed-variable intermittent
windshield wipers
• Four-way power adjustable front
sport seats with manually adjustable
reclining seatbacks, seatback lat-
eral support wedges, and lumbar
and thigh supports
• Four-way manually adjustable front
and rear headrests
• Rear outboard shoulder belts
• Independently adjustable power-
reclining rear seatbacks
• Sports steering wheel with tilt and
telescopic (rake and reach) adjust-
able steering column
• Rear window wiper and washer with
reverse gear interlink
• Side window demisters
• Real wood trim on right side of
instrument panel
• Asymmetrically split (60/40) folding
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Friday, May 29, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Charles Rosenzveig of the
Holocaust Memorial Center
(HMC), and Rev. James Lyons
of the Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies.
Haran is described by a
Catholic leader as a "well-
meaning" Catholic activist.
Contacted by HMC officials
Tuesday night, Haran insisted
that he will fly to New York
Saturday to pick up Shcharan-
sky. Rabbi Rosenzveig called
the Israeli Consulate in
Chicago for verification, and
was told Shcharansky rarely

gives out his schedule in ad-
vance. The Jewish News was
unable to contact Shcharansky
in Israel, or Haran in Detroit.

"Right now, we have Gerald
Haran saying that Shcharan-
sky is coming," Rabbi Rosenz-
veig said. "How reliable that is,
your guess is as good as mine."
But Rabbi Rosenzweig would
be happy to introduce
Shcharansky if he comes to
Sunday's dedication, and
Detroiters would be glad to
welcome him.

Chicken Squawk

Continued from Page 5

Kosher Foods, which processes
its chickens in Pennsylvania,
"a cold-weather state" not con-
ducive to the growth of
salmonella bacteria, Cohen
argued.
Cohen's father, Allan, head
of the Detroit Kosher Retail
Meat Dealers Association, said
that kosher chickens are fed
wholegrains with no additives.
The birds are cleaner, he
argued, and when slaughtered
the blood is drained and the in-
testines removed before the
birds are rinsed in cold (52-55
degree) water.
Non-kosher chickens, he
said, are immersed in boiling
water with the blood and in-

testines intact, causing the
bacteria problem and a dif-
ference in taste.
Much of the squawking
about tainted broilers could be
eliminated if people at home
will follow a few simple rules,
said Sharon Sachs of the Food
Safety and Inspection Service.
Poultry should be cooked
until it reaches a temperature
of 185 degrees; cooked poultry
should not be placed on the
same plate as uncooked
poultry; and hands and knives
should be washed.
"These are mundane
things," Sachs admitted, "but
people at home are the last line
of defense against bacteria."

Cabinet .Approves:.
Peretz Appointment

Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir won
Cabinet approval last Sunday
to appoint Shas Party leader
Yitzhak Peretz a Minister
Without Portfolio.
Peretz resigned as Minister
of Interior last year rather
than comply with a Supreme
Court order to register
American immigrant Sho-
shana Miller as Jewish. She
was converted to Judaism by
a Reform rabbi in the U.S.
His return to the govern-
ment is reportedly part of an
agreement Shamir made to
the ultra-Orthodox party to
push a measure through the
Knesset which would make
Israel's Chief Rabbinate the
sole arbiter of conversions
perfomred overseas.
Shamir set a 60-day dead-
line for Knesset action, dur-
ing which time Peretz agreed
to serve without portfolio. If
Shamir is successful, he will
resume the office of Interior
Minister. If he fails, Shas
would not be obligated to
support Likud's efforts to
prevent the Labor Party from
dissolving the Knesset and
calling early elections.
In another development, in

New York, the leaders of 23
national Jewish organizations
protested vigorously to Israel
government leaders and key
members of the Knesset
against any political deal that
would give the Orthodox
Chief Rabbinate of Israel sole
authority.
A cabled message warning
that such a move "imperils
the unity of the Jewish peo-
ple," was signed by the heads
of 21 religious and secular
organizations in the United
States.
The cabled message was
sent to Shamir and Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres and to
eight Labor and Likud
leaders in the Knesset. It
stated: "We are profoundly
disturbed by new reports that
a political deal is being made
to give the Orthodox Rab-
binate the power to decide the
legitimacy of conversions
made abroad. The result
would be to deny any
spiritual validity to those
who identify with the Reform,
Conservative and
Reconstructionist move-
ments and thus to offend
millions of Jews around the
world."

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