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June 02, 1989 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-02

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TOVAH FELDSHUH: ON UNIQUENESS

fresh strawberries for
garnish
Puree strawberries in
blender or food processor. Add
jam. Set aside.
In a saucepan, combine
gelatin with orange juice. Add
strawberry puree and heat
slowly, stirring constantly,
until the gelatin dissolves.
Stir in the liqueur and
yogurt. Chill in refrigerator
until mixture begins to
thicken.
Meanwhile, beat egg whites
with the creme of tartar.
When soft peaks form, add
the sugar gradually beating

until the whites are stiff, but
not dry. Fold them into the
strawberry mixture. Spray an
8-cup mold with Pam. Gently
pour this mixture into the
prepared mold. Chill until
set.
lb serve, run a sharp knife
around the edge of the mold.
Turn over carefully onto ser-
ving platter. Cover bottom of
mold with hot towels until
mousse is loose enough to un-
mold. If it ungels too much,
quickly pop it back into the
refrigerator to reset. Garnish
with fresh strawberries.
Serves 8.

NEWS

UOJCA Clarifies Its
Position On Abortion

New York (JTA) — The
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of American is
distancing itself from an in-
terfaith brief it signed that
urges the U.S. Supreme Court
to uphold a woman's right to
decide whether or not to have
an abortion.
According to Rabbi Pinchas
Stolper, executive vice presi-
dent of the Orthodox Union,
a brief his organization sign-
ed as a member of the Na-
tional Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
inaccurately implies that the
Orthodox Union supports
"absolute freedom of
reproductive choice!"
NJCRAC is writing to the
Supreme Court "to correct
any possible misunderstan-
dings," according to a state-
ment issued by the umbrella
organization.
The brief was filed last
month and asked that the
Supreme Court strike down a
controversial Missouri law
that, if upheld, would severe-
ly restrict a woman's right to
an abortion in that state.
It also asked the court to
uphold Roe vs. Wade, the 1973
landmark Supreme Court
decision that affirmed a
woman's right to an abortion.
The court heard oral
arguments on the Missouri
case last month.
The brief argues that since
different religions have con-
trasting views on abortion,
"state statutes drastically
curtailing access to abortion
unacceptably interfere with
constitutionally protected
religious and private cons-
cience."
It acknowledged that there
is a wide range of opinion in
the Jewish community on the
issue.
At the time of the NJCRAC
brief, a source at the Or-

thodox Union told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that his
organization had signed the
brief "with enthusiasm,"
because it accurately
reflected the "Jewish
reverence for life:'
NJCRAC admitted, in a
statement, that a "last-
minute revision" of the brief
might be understood as im-
plying that the Orthodox
Union had taken a more
"liberal approach" on abor-
tion than had other Orthodox
groups.
Chernin said, however, that
despite the correction, the
thrust of the original brief re-
mains the same, and that
NJCRAC still maintains, as
its statement puts it, that
"the religious and moral
issues raised by abortion
should not be resolved by
government fiat!"
But Chernin said the Or-
thodox Union retains the
right to dissent or abstain
from further NJCRAC
statements on abortion or
other issues.

Italy Upgrades
PLO's Status

Rome (JTA) — Italy's
Chamber of Deputies last
week approved a motion rais-
ing the status of the Palestine
Liberation Organization's
representation in Rome from
"information office" to
"general delegation of
Palestine."
The measure, proposed by
Foreign Minister Giulio An-
dreotti, was seen by some as
a step toward Italy's possible
recognition of the Palestinian
state proclaimed in Algiers
last year.
But others, including An-
dreotti, maintained it was a
compromise.

One of the great
motivating forces in my
life is uniqueness. As an
actress uniqueness is impor-
tant, because acting is
more .than just role-playing.
It requires being able to
expose a quality that is
uniquely you.
In other areas of my
life, I look for uniqueness.
Even in my decaffeinated
coffee. Sanka® Brand
Decaffeinated Coffee is

unique, because it's the only
leading, national brand that
is naturally decaffeinated
with pure water and
nature's own sparkling
effervescence. So, not only
is Sanka® smooth-tasting,
but it addresses my

concerns about caffeine
and food that is naturally
processed.
All of us have the poten-
tial to be unique. All we
need is to experience that
part of us that's different
and enjoyable. For me, it
can be a challenging role in
a new play, or something
as simple as relaxing with
a cup of Sanka® Uniqueness
...there are so many
ways to enjoy it!

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