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January 27, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-27

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I INSIGHT

Joe Panian's

January
Clearance!

FACTORY REBATES

OR-

4.9 40/ 0

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speed control, locking differential, air, rr. defog., delayed wipers,
mats, t-glass, Demo. Stk. #818

NOW $ 14,999 * IZ1

LIST

$9145
$500
$400

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31 AVAILABLE AT SIMILAR SAVINGS

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AT

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1989

State who can forge a genu-
inely bipartisan foreign pol-
icy. That means that he will
need the support of his fellow
Republicans as well as the
Democrats on Capitol Hill.
That also means extensive
cooperation and consulation
with the Congress on a whole
host of issues.
Thus, as President Bush
and Secretary of State Baker
take office, Israel still has
an excellent chance to make
certain that the Republican
Administration and the
Democratic-controlled Con-
gress will work with Israel to

guarantee that its fundamen-
tal security requirements are
assured.
The Bush administration
and Congress appear to want
to help Israel, but the current
opportunity will prove to be
short-lived if the Israeli
government fails to convince
people in Washington that it
really wants peace and is will-
ing to make serious sacrifices
to achieve it. If Israel is seen
as the obstacle to the peace
process, as it increasingly is,
all that of goodwill can be
expected to dwindle away
rapidly.

NEW '88 NOVA 4 DR.

See salesperson for details . . . Hurry,
offer good while supply lasts!!!

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steering, P20514 RWL AS tires, aux. lighting, AM/FM stereo case.,
chrome r. step bumper, air cond., r. axle, 3.73 ratio, 2.61_ L4 E.F.I. 5
spd. man. transmission, Stk. #225

Continued from Page 6

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James Baker

355-1000

W. Germany To End
Role In Libyan Plant

Bonn (JTA) — Chancellor
Helmut Kohl deplored the
role played by West German
companies in building a
chemical weapons factory in
Libya and promised Israeli
Vice Premier Shimon Peres
that he would put an end to
it.
Peres, who is also finance
minister, was on a four-day of-
ficial visit to Bonn. He was
received by Kohl in the chan-
cellor's office.
Kohl's government came
under fierce attack in the
Bundestag last week for ig-
noring persistent reports,
from its own intelligence
sources, of German participa-
tion in building a Libyan
poison gas factory.
The government conceded
this week that it knew of such
suspicions as early as August
1987.
Wolfgang Schauble, a min-
ister in the chancellor's office,
told the Bundestag, however,
that the government had no
evidence it could present in
court until Jan. 4 of this year.
Peres told reporters after
his meeting with Kohl that
he was impressed by the
seriousness with which the
chancellor regarded the Li-
byan matter.
"He brought up the issue
right at the beginning, and he
promised to do all he could to
put an end to the German
help in building the Libyan
factory," Peres said.
In Jerusalem meanwhile,
Foreign Minister Moshe

Arens summoned the West
German ambassador, Wil-
helm Haas, to the Foreign
Ministry.
He expressed Israel's con-
cern over reports that Ger-
man firms have equipped
Libya with the materials and
technology to manufacture
chemical weapons.
The envoy was asked for
clarification from Bonn of
reports that German firms
may have helped Syria and
Iraq build chemical weapons
facilities, as well.
Israel also wants to know if
Germany has provided the
Libyan air force with in-flight
refueling capabilities. This
would enable Libyan jets for
the first time to strike targets
in Israel.

PLO Signs In .

As 'Palestine'

Geneva (JTA) — The Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
for the first time at an inter-
national conference was reg-
istered as the delegation of
Palestine.
The delegation was part of
the 10-day International Con-
ference on Education which
closed here last week.
Organized by UNESCO, the
United Nations Economic,
Scientific and Cultural
Organization, it was the first
international conclave at
which the PLO was recog-
nized as an equal among 600
delegates from 121 partici-
pating countries.

Mitzvah Heroes

Their quiet acts of
unusual or extraordinary
personal charity and kind-
ness touch the lives of Jews
and non-Jews in the Detroit
metropolitan area. They

are Mitzvah Heroes in our
midst. And in the Feb. 3
edition of The Jewish News,
their inspiring stories will
appear in a special section
dedicated to their efforts

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