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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I have yet to get bored by pliment.
someone paying me a corn-

—Otto Van Isch

FREE DELIVERY
CAFE
FIOR PIZZA
Northwestern at 12 Mile

"The Hottest Piece In Town"
HOME AND OFFICE SERVICE

Within a 3-Mile Radius — 7 Days

OFFICE DELIVERY 10:30-2 p.m.

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HOME DELIVERY 5 p.m.-11 p.m.

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357-3280

IKEDATERALLPAIRI
ASK FOR PIZZA PA'TTI

The

Southfield's Newest Dining Spot

Bar-B-Q
House
(Former Raven Gallery)

of Southfield

29101 GREENFIELD ROAD (ONE BLOCK NORTH OF 12 MILE)

Specializing In

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RIBS & CHICKEN

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BUSINESSPERSON'S
LUNCHEON 114

HOURS:

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• Steaks • Burgers • Seafood
• Sandwiches • Appetizers
• Desserts *. Home Made Desserts

THE METRO DEYROIT' VIEWERS OF -
W.IBK-TV 2 HAVE VOTED BAR-B-0
HOUSE AS THE BEST PLACE TO EAT
IN METROPOLITAN DETRQIT

SUN. 4 p.m. - 11 p.m. -
MON.-THURS. 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
FRIDAYS 11 a.m. TO 3 a.m.
SATURDAYS 4 p.m. TO 3 a.m.

CARRY-OUTS

559-9370

SUMMER

'A time for fun —
A time for a light
early dinner

CUP OF SOUP

Mushroom, DuJour, Onion, Gazpacho

SALAD BAR
FOUR LIGHT ENTREES

Fresh Fish, Quiche; Omelette, Daily Special

(Served with appropriate garnish)
Each day we change them to give you a variety

BEVERAGE

Order Must Be
Placed Prior To 6:30 p.m.

$9,95

Daily
Mon.-Sat.

18100 W. 10 Mile Rd., cor. Southfield Rd. 59-4230

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1/2' BAKED CHICKEN

WE USE ONLY FRESH CHICKENS

INCLUDES:
SALAD, VEGETABLE, POTATO,
BREAD BASKET & BUTTER

95

$

SUPER BREAKFAST SPECIAL

Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Sun. 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.

ONE WEEK ONLY — JULY 31 THRU AUG. 6

FRENCH TOAST.

(Made With Halla)

OR-

CHEESE OMELETTE



Bagel, roll or toast

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SEE WHY WE ARE Nd. 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT

THE SOMETHING DIFFEREN

DELICATESSEN-RESTAURANT

559-1380 il
1 BIk. N. of 11 Mile
Open Tues.-Sun.
6 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
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Carrington Tries to Reassure British Jews

LONDON (JTA) — Lord
Carrington, the Foreign
Secretary, has said that
Britain "has every inten-
tion of seeking and main-
taining the closest ties of
friendship and understand-
ing with Israel, both people
and government." The as-
surance was given in a let-
ter to Greville Janner, MP,
president of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews, in
reply to a resolution handed
in at the end of the anti-
Palestine Liberation.
Organization rally in
Trafalgar Square on July 5.
Carrington said that dif-
ferences 'over how a secure
future for Israel can best be
achieved "will not impair
our friendship for Israel and

Soviet Jewish
Activist Gets
Four Years

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Stanislav Zubko, a Soviet
Jewish emigration activist,
has been sentenced to four
years in a labor camp ac-
cording to the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry
(NCSJ).
The 43-year-old chemist
was convicted on charges of
alleged "illegal possession
of drugs and firearms" in a
court trial in Kiev last
week. He declared his inno-
cence, saying that the pistol
and hashish found in his
apartment had been
planted there by the 'secu-
rity police.
Reports received by the
NCSJ indicate that a few
days before Zubko's arrest
on May 16, policemen twice
came to his home and took
his mother to the police sta-
tion. Subsequently, they re-
turned to conduct a search
on the pretext that "a
neighboring apartment,had
been broken into." They
then "found" a quantity of
hashish and a gun.

1111011 11""IIINNER SPECIAC" 111110111 Baton Event
at State Fair
Iv ONE WEEK ONLY JULY 31 THRU AUG. 6
The 1981 Michigan State

OUR SPECIALLY PREPARED

Friday, July 31, 1981

Fair's All-Trophy Open
Baton Twirling Competi-
tion will be staged at the
fairgrounds' "Teen Scene"
Aug. 28-29.
Entry forms and event in-
formation can be obtained
by writing Harold Arnoldi
at the Michigan State Fair-
grounds, Detroit, Mich.
48203 or by calling 368-
1000. All entries must be
postmarked no later than
Aug. 15.

Concert in Park
on Tuesday

The Horizon band will
perform at 7:30 p.m. in Oak
Park's Major Park Tuesday.
Horizon is a six-piece
group whose repetoire in-
cludes jazz, "Top 40," polkas
and waltz music.
Admission is free. In case
of rain the concert will be
held at Oak Park High
School.

Just be glad you're not
getting all the government
you're paying for.
—Will Rogers, Jr.

our fundamental commit-
ment to her future. As far as
the PLO is concerned, there
is no question of our
encouraging the organiza-
tion in policies hostile to Is-
rael. We condemn refer-
ences in their Clfarter
which call for the destruc-
tion of Israel. We also con-
demn their failure to re-
nounce violence."
Referring to the dec-
laration the European
Economic Community
ministers adopted last
year in Venice, which
called for the PLO to be
associated with the
Mideast peace process,
Carrington said that dec-
laration "makes clear
that the renunciation of
force by all the parties is
a basic element in the
search for peace in the
Middle East. We do not
give official recognition
to the PLO.
"However, we shall con-
tinue to talk to them in
order to influence them in
the direction of a negotiated
peace settlement involving
acceptance of Israel's rights,
just as Israel must accept
Palestinian rights."
The letter continued:
"The position on ministerial
dealings with the PLO has
not changed. There are no
plans for me or any other
minister to meet represen-
tatives of the PLO, but I
have said that I would be
prepared to do so if I thought

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I would help the cause of
Middle East peace. My two
predecessors as president of
the European Council of
Ministers have both met
representatives of the PLO.
"The government's aim

remains a comprehensive
peace settlement negotiated
between the parties which
will enable all parties to the
Arab-Israel dispute to live
together in peace and secu-
rity."

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