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April 24, 1981 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A brave man is some- bully is always a coward.
times a desperado; but a
Haliburton

c---- hudsons— Th

NORTHLAND RESTAURANT

4th Level

100th ANNIVERSARY

SUNDAY BRUNCH

. 12 noon to 4 p.m.

• OMELETTE OF
YOUR CHOICE
FRESH FRUIT—BAGELS
AND ASSORTED PASTRIES

COMPLETE BREAKFAST, LUNCH
AND DINNER MON.-SAT. 9:30-8

3 5 Use Your

Hudson's Charge

CATERING ALL OCCASIONS
569-3232 (Ext. 2790)

CHINESE
BUFFET
Featuring All Varieties

-of
Authentic Chinese Dishes

ALL YOU CAN EAT

Served from 5 p.m. every Fri. & Sat.

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TELEGRAPH AT SQUARE LAKE RD.

Across From Showcase Cinema

IIN THE MIRACLE MILE SHOPPING CENTER

Credit Cards Honored

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OOHS BODY SHOP
WOODWARD
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bet. 8 & 9 MILE • Valet Parking •
INVITES YOU TO ENJOY OUR

SPRING SPECIAL

TUES., WED. & THURS.

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CRAB
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ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

Includes: Salad, Choice of Dressing, Baked
Idaho Potato, Roll & Butter

Please Call For Reservations

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AND MAGICIAN
RON ALDRIDGE

Make It Really Special

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At
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Bar Mitzvas
• Weddings
Anniversaries
• Reunions
Meetings
• Banquets
Showers
• All Occasions

For Information
Call

646-8990

Israel Outlaws Arab Unit
for Terrorist Activities

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Arab National Coordinat-
ing Committee, an um-
brella organization of
nationalist Israeli Arabs,
was declared illegal last
week by Premier Menahem
Begin in his capacity as
minister of defense.
The committee was estab-
lished at a meeting of Israeli
Arabs in December and its
charter was ratified in Feb-
ruary. That charter de-
clares that the Israeli Arabs
are part of the Palestinian
people, whose sole represen-
tative is the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.
Begin's Arab affairs ad-
viser, Binyamin Gur-Arye,
said that althotigh the
committee called itself a
political group it used ter-
rorist methods to help the
PLO aim of destroying Is-
rael and replacing it with a
Palestinian state.
Gur-Arye noted that
one of the groups within
the committee had sent
its members to Spain to
make contact with ex-
tremist PLO groups, from

Pork Ban Killed

JERUSALEM — The
ultra-Orthodox Agudat Is-
rael party withdrew a bill in
the Knesset this week that
would have banned pork
and pork products from Is-
rael.
The bill passed two
readings in the Knesset be-
fore liberals argued that
banning pork would offend
non-Jews as much as a ban
on kosher meat would of-
fend Jews.

Ice Show Set in Southfield

where they had gone to
Iraq to train. After their
return to Israel they had
carried out two terrorist
acts and were now serv-
ing prison sentences.
Another committee
member, Salah Baransi,
had been a member of the
extremist El-Ard move-
ment declared illegal by Is-
rael's Supreme Court in
1964. He had carried out
terrorist activities in 1969
and had been sent to prison
for 10 years but since his re-
lease in 1979 had continued
terrorist activities.

I'D WALK A
MILE FOR A

The Southfield Depart- Tickets are available at the
ment of Parks and Recrea- civic center arena.
tion will present its 10th
anniversary show, Ice Com- Rummage Sale
pany '81, May 3 at the
The Farmington Area
Southfield Civic Center. Mothers of Twins Club will
have its spring clothing and
With all his tumid boasts, equipment sale 10 a.m.-3
he's like the swordfish, who p.m. May 2 in the Masonic
only wears his weapon in Temple Hall, Grand River
his mouth. and Farmington Roads,
—Madden Farmington.

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GREENFIELD & 10 MILE RD.

Oak Park
, COMPLETE DINNERS

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NOW APPEARING at the

Jordanian Hits
Israel Waterway

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Hazan Nuseibeh,
the Jordanian Ambassador
to the United Nations, has
warned that Israel's deci-
sion to proceed with the con-
struction of a 67 mile-long
canal to link the Mediterra-
nean with the Dead Sea will
have "far-reaching politi-
cal, economic, sociological,
agricultural and military"
consequences for the Gaza
Strip, the West Bank, Jor-
dan, the rights of the Pales-
tinians and the entire Mid-
dle East region.
In a letter to UN Secre-
tary General Kurt Wal-
dheim the Jordanian envoy
charged that the proposed
canal is an "aggression" by
Israel.
He said that, among other
things, the project will "in-
undate ancient Christian
monasteries and holy places
along the banks of the river
Jordan in addition to inun-
dating at whim the entire
region of the Jordan valley
by raising the water level of
the Dead Sea to a height
which would breach its
banks and inundate the ir-
rigated area in the Jordan
valley and the tourist re-
sorts as well as the vast
industrial chemical projects
which are nearing comple-
tion along the southern tip
of the Dead Sea."

Friday, April 24, 1981 35

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h

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"

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Always the finest in
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Featuring Our Famous

Appetizer Buffet at both locations

Served at Lunch and Dinner

(

This Sunday bring the entire
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Family Style Chicken Dinner

All You Can Eat
Country House
Farm Fried Chicken
Tender Spring Chicken, Served Family Style
with all the trimmings

$795

per person

$495

Children
10 & under}

Join Us At Our Sumptuous Sunday

Family Brunch $695

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Children under 10, $4.50

Serving Luncheons Monday thru Saturday
Dinners 7 Days

We cater to all parties and banquets
Call for Information and Reservations

TOPINKA'S COUNTRY HOUSE
24010 W. 7 MILE
531 - 9000
Serving Luncheons
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Open 7 Days

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2980 W. GRAND BLVD.
875-2614
Serving Luncheons
& Dinners

Open Mon. thru Sat.

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