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July 26, 1985 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 26, - 1985

bruce m. weiss

HOUSE CALLS MADE

26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

FOR NAIL AND FOOT CARE

DR. SEYMOURE BALAJ

352-4723

Foot Specialist

Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

353-1424

474,

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There is a new excitement in the New Center Area. New Center
One, the Skywalks, new entertainment, new dining and more !

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Daigleish Cadillac, located right in the heart of the new, New
Center Area, invites you to join the celebration and save.

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Cadillac or
se any nevi
Buy
or lea from Dalgleish and you'II
Peugeot
receive a beautiful natural

blue fox caPelet
from Dittrich Furs.

(Retail
Value
$445. 00 )

We're offering special savings on our entire line of sparkling new Cadillacs
and Peugeots. Our dealership covers an entire city block, and it's chock-
full of terrific values for you !

Open Monday & Thursday Evenings

NEW CENTER AREA SAVINGS COUPON BOOK !

Come in and talk to us and we'll give you an exclusive coupon book
It contains hundreds of dollars of New Center Area retail savings,
Redeemable at these locations:

St. Regis Hotel

CLOTHING

Washington Clothiers
Le Clair
The Fashion Place
(Minch Furs

ENTERTAINMENT

GOODS & SERVICES

TRAVEL

Moorman's Travel

JEWELRY

Connolly's

FLORIST

David's Flowers & Gifts
Flowers Plus
Forster & Laidlcnv

OPTICAL
Attic Theatre
Michigan Opera Theatre Gilbert Optical
The Optical Shop

Six freeways lead to Dalgleish Cadillac.

LIVONIA

WARREN

ST. CLAIR
SHORES

GROSSE POINTE

DEARBORN

INKSTER

DALGLE1SH
CADILLAC•PEUGEOT

The New Center Frame Works
Concourse Card & Camera
Lacy's Beauty Salon
The Appearance Shop
Inacomp Computer Center
General Nutrition Center
The Executive Suite
The Wine Shops, Inc.
Churchill's
Trim Properties
Free Parking

`Paperwork'

Continued from Page 1

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

DALGLEISH CADILLAC 4: '‘
•• CELEBRATES THE
NEW CENTER
AREA I


HOTEL

NEWS

Jewelers

.

The Fisher Building
Valet Shop
Merle Norman Cosmetics
Poster Gallery
Gallery of
Contemporary Crafts
Venus Trends

FOOD

Big Wheel Deli
Genie's Garden
New Center Donuts
Esquire Dell
Broadway Deli

DALGUEISH

Cadillac • Peugeot

The $A New Centet Cadillac Dealer I
6161 Woodward
_(3 blocks S. of Fisher Bldg.)
875-0300

Jordanian-Palestinian dele-
gation is to promote direct
talks between the Arabs and
Israel, according to U.S. offi-
cials.
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir, appearing
before the Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee in
Jerusalem this week, said he
had made clear to Washington
that the Arab world viewed
the proposed dialogue as a
means of gaining U.S. recogni-
tion of the PLO. The Arabs re-
ject face-to-face negotiations
with Israel and would use the
talks with the U.S. to push for
an international conference on
the Middle East as a substi-
tute for direct negotiations, he
said.
Shamir said the U.S. could
not deny this and gave assur-
ances it would not be misled.
Both Jerusalem and Washing-
ton are interested in promot-
ing direct negotiations,
Shamir said, and that is what
counts, not whose names ap-
pear on a list submitted by the
Arab side. He said it wasn't
clear when the U.S. would
meet with a joint delegation or
whether in fact it ever will.
The Palestinians recom-
mended by Jordan and the
PLO to confer with American
officials were reportedly pre-
paring to meet with PLO chief
Yassir Arafat in Amman next
week. Israel Army Radio said
Friday the seven men would
meet with the PLO chief be-
fore the talks began. However,
Seniora told newsmen he had
received no official word of his
inclusion in the delegation
and had no plans for crossing
to Jordan for talks there at
this time.
Senior Israeli officials say
they expect the U.S. itself to
reject several of the men on the
reported list. In particular,
these officials feel, the Ameri-
cans cannot and will not ac-
cept Arafat aide Khalad Al
Hassan — for if they do, this
would be tantamount to over-
turning Washington's 1975
commitment not to negotiate
with the PLO until the organ-
ization accepts Israel and UN
resolutions 242 and 338.

Washington
and
a
Jordanian-Palestinian dele-
gation — on the grounds that
substantive talks on Mideast
peace should not be held with-
out Israeli participation.

Peres and Shamir share
common ground on Israel's
basic positions toward the
PLO, aides to both men said
last week.
They spoke to reporters
after Peres, leader of the Labor
Party, and Shamir, the Likud
leader, lunched privately in
what both later described as a

Both Jerusalem and
Washington are
interested in
promoting direct
negotiations, Shamir
said, and that is what
counts, not whose
names appear on a
list submitted by the
A rab side.

good atmosphere. Labor and
Likud are the major compo-
nents of the national unity co-
alition government. The two
parties diverge on peace proc-
ess issues, with Likud taking a
harder line and Labor tending
to greater flexibility.

Their luncheon followed a
three-hour meeting at Peres's
home last night where the
Premier hosted two prominent
West Bank Palestinians,
Mayor Elias Freij of
Bethlehem, a leading moder-
ate and Hikmat Al-Masri of
Nablus. Both are well disposed
toward King Hussein and the
Hashemite regime of Jordan.
Peres told a meeting of the
ten-man inner Cabinet (five
Labor and five Likud minis-
ters) that the meeting was ar-
ranged some time ago and was
not linked to the latest de-
velopments with respect to the
projected dialogue. Peres said
he had not discussed substant
matters with his guests but
rather sought to elicit their
The Israeli officials predict assessment of trends and, de-,
s-
privately that the Adminis- velopments in the admii
tration will demand alterna- tered territories.
tive names, or else agree to
The Likud leader said he
meet with some of the seven
proferred candidates but not had no objections to the meet-
ing. The Prime Minister has a
with all of them.
perfect right to meet with
Israel itself has made it whoever he pleases, Shamir
clear that the entire list is a said. His aides later elabo-
disappointment. The official rated. They said Shamir made
Israeli position is to Oppose the his position clear at the lunch-
concept of prior talks between eon and Peres was satisfied.

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