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September 09, 1988 - Image 152

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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fl IN VVOMENS ACCESSORIES
THE ULTIMATE

Egyptian peace agreement
worked out between Egypt
and Likud.
But Shimon Peres, Israel's
foreign minister and the head
of the Labor Party, seems
anything but resigned to Hus-
sein's decision — or to any ad-
vantages it may mean for
Likud. Speaking on Israel's
Army Radio, he was asked
whether it was possible to
negotiate an end to the
Palestinian-Israeli tensions
without Jordanian partici-
pation.
Labor, he said, "always
maintained that negotiations
should be conducted with Jor-
dan and Palestinian alike,
with Jordan bearing major
responsibility for the main
border, and the Palestinians
responsible chiefly for the
Palestinian problem.
"What does Jordan want —
peace or war? That is the key
question. What does Israel —
to assume the peace in-
itiative, or to sit idly by and
let the Arabs, Russians and
the entire world run our af-
fairs?"

A Cease-Fire
In Deli Wars?

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Friends. and Customers For
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New Year!!!

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War may be hell — and lots
of other things — but in New
York these days, one par-
ticular war is just plain silly.
Now feuding for supremacy
are two celebrity delis, the
Carnegie and the Stage. In
the two bistros, tensions are
as high as cholesterol.
Into the fray has stepped
Alan Dershowitz, Harvard
law professor, occasional cour-
troom combatant and partner
in a deli that recently opened
near Harvard Square in
Cambridge.
In an op-ed in the New
York Times entitled "Lox on
; Both Their Houses," Der-
showitz concedes that the
Carnegie and the Stage are
"good — for uptown, non-
kosher" delis. "But neither
holds a Sabbath candle to
competitors downtown and
across the East River. For

2.m.

Dr. Gary Docks

and

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We Wish

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A Happy and Healthy

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