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November 18, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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44 Friday, November 18, 1981411IwTHE DETROIT JEWISH NE

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Adults $7 95

Children

BUFFET SUPPER

State Dept.: WB Violence Shows Need for Reagan Plan

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department
suggested that the violence
last weekend in the West
Bank demonstrated the
need to work toward im-
plementing President Rea-
gan's Sept. 1, 1982, peace in-
itiative.
At the same time, de-
partment deputy spokes-
nan Alan Romberg placed
part of the blame for the un-
rest in the West Bank on the
concern of the Palestinians
there over the fighting in
Tripoli between Yasir
Arafat's decimated Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion force and Syrian-
backed dissident Palesti-
nians.
Reagan's
continued

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Soup - Salads,
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Beef, Chicken & Veal

Adults $ 11 95

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Menu Items Also Include:

Pumpkin Soup
Waldorf Salad
Fresh Fruit Salad
Marinated Cucumber and Onion
Soup
Tomato Wedges & Dill
Salad
Tossed Salad and Choice of
Dressing
Carrot and Raisin Salad

Assorted Breads and Whipped
Butter
Fresh Turkey and Stuffing
w/Cranberry Sauce
Candied Yams
Fresh Whipped Mashed Potatoes
w/Giblets
Seafood Newburg
Baby Corn Cobbets
Baked Mostaccioli

Carved Steamship Round and
Fresh Ham w/ au jus and/or
fruit sauce available.

Desserts

Assorted Pies to include Pumpkin
Pie
Assorted Mousse
Apple Cobblers
Fruit Tortes
Cookies and Fudge
Mulled Cider, Coffee, Tea or Milk

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commitment to his peace in-
itiative was underscored by
Richard Murphy, assistant
Secretary of State for Near
Eastern and South Asian
Affairs, in testimony before
the House Foreign Affairs
Committee's subcommittee
on Europe and the Middle
East.
Murphy called "un-
true" claims that the Ad-
ministration "will avoid
dealing with the sensitive
issues of peace in the
Middle East during an
election year." He noted
that the appointment of
Donald Rumsfeld as
President Reagan's spe-
cial representative ti the
Middle East "is a sign of
our determination to
pursue the peace process
cial representative to the
itiative."
Murphy stressed that the
proposals made by Reagan
in his peace initiative "re-
main the most realistic
basis for progress toward
reaching a fair and just sol-
ution to the Palestinian
problem and resolving the
Arab-Israeli conflict. We
are ready to pursue these
proposals if a credible Arab
leader — such as King Hus-
sein — were to step forward
and agree to negotiate with
Israel."
Rumsfeld is expected to
meet with King Hussein
who, the Administration
hopes, may be more willing
to go along with the negoti-
ations now that Arafat's
forces seem to have been
wiped out as a military fac-
tor. There is a belief here,
not shared by all, that if the
PLO falls under the control
of Syria, as now seems
likely, it will be seen as a
threat by Hussein to his re-
gime which has long felt
threatened by Syria.

so that Israel will withdraw
and Lebanon can regain
control of its territory and
its own destiny," Murphy
said.
Two Arab youths were
fatally shot in a clash with
Israel border policemen in
Tulkarem last weekend and

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N.Y. STRIP

3/4 lb. CHARBROILED

$5 95

COMPLETE DINNER

N.Y. STRIP

20 OZ. CHARBROILED

$895

COMPLETE DINNER

BABY BEEF LIVER & ONIONS

COMPLETE DINNER

FISH & CHIPS —

$ 2 55

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COMPLETE DINNERS INCLUDE:

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FRIES, HOMEMADE ROLLS.

KIDS ALWAYS EAT FOR 99c INCLUDING BEVERAGE

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ALL-U-CAN-EAT

ADULTS $495

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Rumsfeld is also expected
to go to Damascus to see Sy-
rian President Hafez Assad
but that may depend on how
soon Assad recovers from an
emergency appendectomy
he underwent Sunday.
Murphy, in his tes-
timony before the House
subcommittee, called
Syria a "major obstacle
to efforts to rid Lebanon
of all foreign forces and
to promote national ac-
commodation on
Lebanese terms." He
stressed that the United
States does not question
Syria's "legitimate con-
cerns" in Lebanon nor its
close economic com-
munal and personal rela-
tions with its neighboring
Arab country.
"But we have told Syria
. . . that we do oppose at-
tempts by Syria or any na-
tion or groups to destabilize
Lebanon as it seeks to re-
establish its authority over
its territory beginning with
arrangements to secure the
withdrawal of all external
forces," Murphy declared.
He stressed that the U.S.
does not accept Syria's right
to veto the May 17 Israeli-
Lebanese agreement which
he termed an important
step forward." The United
States calls "on Syria to
agree to withdraw its forces

three youths were wounded,
one seriously, in another
clash with border police-
men Sunday at the
Dahayshe refugee camp
south of Bethlehem.

KIDS UNDER 12 $

1 95

INCLUDES SOUP -OR SALAD, FRESH GARLIC BREAD,
SPAGHETTI & MEATBALLS, LASAGNA, DEEP DISH
PIZZA AND OTHER GOODIES.

TUESDAY — SHRIMP FEAST

SHRIMP BROIL — ALL-U-CAN-EAT

$595

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BATTER DIP JUMBO SHRIMP

$595

OTHER SHRIMP DELIGHTS

$595

WED. & THURS.

FREE DESSERT
FROM OUR OWN PASTRY CHEF — JESSICA

SATURDAY NIGHT

PRIME RIB FEAST

$595
$895

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CHICKEN DINNER

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SERVED NOON UNTIL 11 p.m.
1 /2 BAKED CHICKEN, REAL MASHED POTATOES
AND GRAVY, FRESH VEGETABLE, CHOICE OF SOUP
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