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December 13, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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30—Friday, Dec. 13, 1974

TRAYS.
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Our Dai y Hours:

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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MON. THRU THURS. 11:30 - 10:30 p.m.
FRL AND SAT.
11:30.12:30 a.m.
SUNDAYS
3 to 10:00 p.m.

VINCENZO'S

Ito/ion-American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R

Bet 6 & 7 Mile Rds

869-5674

HAVE YOUR FAMILY,
BUSINESS OR-SOCIAL PARTIES
WITH US

Superb Carry-Out Menu
Also Available- for
Home or Office
Holiday Parties

NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS
FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE
No Increaie in Prices!!!

Open-New Year's Day
5 to 10 p.m.

In The ORCHARD MALL

WE'RE MUCH MORE THAN
AN ORIENTAL RESTAURANT!

Orchard Lake, North of Maple ( 15)
West Bloomfield.
Fa' Res: 851

Private Carry-Out Dept.

a holiday doing
your Holiday
shopping.

Do all your holiday shopping in one
s pree at the marvelous Fifth Avenue
shops of Somerset Mall. And make it a
holiday weekend with a couple of
great nights at the Inn with luxurious
accommodations, fine food and drink
in Michigarrs'most elegant surroundings.
Call us now for a reservation.

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Classified Ads Get Fast Results

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EMBERS ,

Chinese. Plan.--to Rebuff Israel Stops Washington Art Preview

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The
Asked by reporters if simi- authorities on _exhibits in scheduling of the exhibit in
National Gallery of Art can- lar conditions were imposed I Canada and Britain and what Washington, Hare promised
celled 'a press preview of an by the Communist Chinese I the conditions were for the to look into those matters.
archeological exhibit Tues-
day sponsored by the Peoples
Republic of China because
the Chinese authorities re-
fused to allow newsmen from
Israel, Taiwan, South Korea-
and South. Africa to attend.
Katherine Warwick, • t h e
gallery press representative
said the preview was called
off "because the liaison of-
fice of -the Peoples Republic
of China would not agree to
the preview unless assur-
ances" 'could be' given that
"certain foreign press repre-
OVER 1,400 ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS, SERI;
sentatives would not be ad-
mitted."
GRAPHS AND PRINTS, ALL PRE-MATTED AND
The gallery, she said, was
"unable to give those 'assur-
BEAUTIFULLY CHROME-FRAMED. -
ances because to do so would
have been contrary to its
policy for such. occasions.2
We have over 1,000 framed pictures
State Department spokes-
priced under- $50. Here are a few
man Paul Hare told reporters
examples:
SPECIAL
that the department and the
gallery had "consulted" on
Fingerprints 8 x 8
$ 8
the preview' before it was
Picasso, Miro, Chasid'1r6 x 20
$15
cancelled and that the de-
Friedlaender,
Dail
16
x
20
$18
with
t
h
e
partment agreed
gallery's position that it
Vogue, Peter Max 24 x 30
$35
would not . abide . by . the
-off
Escher, Rockwell 24 x 30
$45
Chinese request.
Leroy Neiman 24 x 30
With This Ad
- $49
He said, however, that the
"primary brunt" of the dis-
Plus signed and numbered origingls
Excludes Sale . Items
cussion was between_ the gal-
- starting at
$30
Offer expires Dec. 30, 1974
lery and the Chinese authori-
ties.
IF

LOWEST ART PRICES
IN MICHIGAN
* *- * * * * * *

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"'SUCH A DEAL"

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UN Destroys Key
Israel Fortification

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A key
Israeli fortificatioi left' be-
hind when .Israeli forces
evacuated the •Kuneitra re-
gion under terms of the dis-
engagement agreement was
demolished by United Na-
tions forces, who acted on
demands from Syria.
The strongpoint, known as
Position 107, was the only
one on the Golan Heights
that withstood the Syrian sur-
prise attack on Oct. 6, 1973.
It was- the last of three
former Israeli positions in the
Kuneitra buffer zone to be
destroyed in the past week.
United Nations Disengage-
ment Observer Forces said
the demolition was carried
out_ by -civilian workers. Ac-
cording to UNDOF, it com-
plied with Syria's demands
on grounds that the strong-
points could be used by Is-
raeli forces in the event of
a new war with Syria.

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