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October 18, 1974 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-18

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Reservations
Welcome

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Truly Fine Dining.
CONTINENTAL CUISINE

in a majestic atmosphere ._

Tuel. Thru Fri., Lunch 11:30-2:30
Sat. 5:30-10 p.m.

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145 N. CENTER ST. (Sheldon) Bet.

Dinner 5:340-10' p.m.
Sun. 2-8 p.m.

& 8 Mile

No rthville

An historic landmark

3494885
,

PRIVATE CATERING AND•BANQUET FACILITIES
• Businessmen'sLuncheons • Dinners
Dancing Mondays thru Saturdays.
Cocktail Hour.
4 to 7 p.m.

• After Theater
Snacks

Open Mon. thru Sat. .

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 18, 1974-27

Feeding
a tribe
of
Insane
Gourmets?

Then cheat and do it
the easy way, while
saving a little money.
Take them to the
`valhalla' of the
palate*

Rendezvous
Pizzeria

Cocktails • Carry-outs
Conant at E. Six Mile

RAY KING.

( Everyday but Mondays)

Rated #1 by Detroit News

evenings at the

*Rated Valhalla by Bob Talbert

851-4094 .



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29515 SOUTHFIELD at 121/2 MILE

Visit Our Beautiful Downstairs
Private Banquet. Facilities

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Atmosphere of Utmost Elegance

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Poland is willing to resume
diplomatic relations with Is-
rael if the Jewish state is
willing to make concessions,
according to Polish Com-
munist Party leader Edward
Giereck.
His statement echoed re-
marks of Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko
in his address at the United
Nations General Assembly
Sept. 24.
Giereck, here on a visit to
President Ford, told the re-
porters that Poland considers
Israel a sovereign state and
it should remain one. But,
he declared, Israel must
come to terms with the Arabs
or otherwise the Middle East
will continue to be a powder
keg.
He felt it was unfortunate
that Poland and Israel do not
now have diplomatic rela-
tions but said he did not ex-
clude the possibility that re-
sumption could take place
within a year if Israel made
concessions on the lands it
occupied in the Six-Day War.
Poland followed the Soviet
Union in breaking relations
with Israel as a result of the
Six-Day War.

ECC, Israel Pact
on Trade Nearing?

BRUSSELS (JTA) — The
first round of negotiations be-
tween the European Eco-
nomic Community (EEC)
and Israel on establishing
new trade agreements ended
in what observers termed a
"particularly cordial atmo-
sphere," a n d predictions
were that the final signing
of an accord would take
place early in 1975. •
During the final round of
talks in September, Israeli
delegates underlined the dif-
ferences in development be-
tween Israel and the Com-
mon Market countries in urg-
ing that the concept of "co-
operation" be enlarged as
much as possible.
Israel would like to have
access to the European bank
of investments in order to
finance industrialization.
The next round' of negotia-
tions are scheduled for No-
vember.
The discussions were part
of extensive negotiations be-
tween the Common Market
and several countries with
the goal of transforming the
Mediterranean area into a
zone of free exchange.

Waldheim Requests
UNEF Extension

With Separate Bar and Kitchen to

Serve Up to 200 People in an

Resume Israel Tie
If Land Returned:
Polish Official

4 ;4;v )44:44 117i

UNITED NATIONS -JTA)
— Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim recommended to
the Security Council that it
extend, for six months, the
mandate of the United Na-
tions Emergency For c e
(UNEF) in the Middle East,
due to expire Thursday.
In -a report to the Security
Council, the Secretary Gen-
eral said, "I consider the
continued operation of UNEF
essential - not only for main-
taining the present quiet in '
the Egyptian-Israeli sector,
but also to assist, if required,
in further efforts for the es-
tablishment of a just and last-
ing peace in the Middle
East."

THE ALL-NEW NATIONALLY FAMOUS'

CLAM SHOP

NEW OWNERSHIP • NEW MANAGEMENT • NEWLY DEOCRATED
Just E. of J-75 Chrysler Freeway
Featuring Our Great

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.,

on
person

COMPLETE LOBSTER
DINNER

'

INCLUDING: SOUP, SALAD, POTATO, SHRIMP COCKTAIL,
COFFEE, TEA, MILK OR VICHY WATER

MONDAYS thru SATURDAYS, 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

COCKTAILS AND WINES
NO RESERVATIONS
SATURDAYS ONLY

CHOICE

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL

TR 2-8800

151

ATHENS SOUVLAKI

RESTAURANT

NOW OPEN IN HARVARD ROW
V 356-6463
11 MILE & LAHSER

GREEK SPECIALTIES

(sliced lamb on home-made pita bread,
_ with home-made yogurt, tomato and onion.
• Moussaka
• Souviaki Platter
• Pastitsio
-
• Shish Kabob
• Tyropita
• Spanakotyropita

• SOUVLAKI

OUR FAMOUS GREEK SALAD
HOME-MADE GREEK_PASTRIES' .

CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
ANY SIZE PARTY

CARRY-OUT. SERVICE
AVAILABLE

OPEN 7 DAYS 1 0 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Enjoy a truly great dining
experience in the 'elegant
Chambertin Restaurant.
Superior food, fine wines
and cocktails served with flair
in 'a continental setting.
Entertainment Tuesday —
Saturday in The Tavern.
Banquet-part y rooms for up
to 300. Open everyday.

Your host —
Gus Kokas

Restaurateur

ik,

The Chambertin
22900 Michigan Ave.
In front of the Holiday Inn
Dearbom — 278-6900




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SOUPS ON

(Chili, too)
,
OUR FAMOUS BEEF BARLEY SOUP
AND CHILI
ALWAYS AVAILABLE

OCTOBER SPECIAL

COFFEE

From 5 P.M.

TO CLOSING

54

13 er Cup
TIL MIDNIGHT MON. THRU THURS., TIL 1 A.M. FRI. 8 SAT.

PURPLE PICKU

.

24752 SOUTHFIELD

(1 Block S. of 10 Mile)

CARRY-OUTS
ANYTIME

557-2360

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