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April 15, 1994 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-15

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drapers boutique

BATH, BED,
BLINDS, LINENS,
DRAPERIES...
AND MORE!

PLO GAINS page 53

SATURDAY & SUNDAY APRIL 16th and 17th

TAX REDUCTION
SALE
WE PAY THE SALES TAX*

'on all in-stock, in store purchases

L at onceim,

buy and hang today!

SOLID COLOR
"LUSTRE" BROADCLOTH
BALLOON VALANCES

SOLID COLOR
"LUSTRE" BROADCLOTH
5" SLEEVE VALANCES

G

SOLID COLOR
"LUSTRE" BROADCLOTH
3" SLEEVE VALANCES

t
mix &
match
from
9
solid
colors

mix &
match
from
9
solid
colors

mix &
match
from
9
solid
colors

"WAVERLY'" FABRIC
BALLOON VALANCE

WINDOW

buy and hang today!

buy and hang today!

WAVERLY® PRINT "SWAG SCARF"

"WAVERLY"" FABRIC
CAPE VALANCE

N ine beautiful
Waverly° prirrts
to choose from

• "Nantucket Stroll"
• "Pleasant Valley
• "Village

• "Ford Flamestitch"
• "Greenfield Parchment"
e" Summertime Navy"

1" VINYL
HORIZONTAL
MINI BINDS

COIVIPLET1E SELECTION
OF IN-STOCK
VERTICAL BLINDS

Available in your choice
of white or alabaster.

Coordinating valances available
for all vertical blinds

db NOW!
3.88
5.88
6.88
8.88
8.88
12.88
8.88 '
6.88
10.88
7.88
10.88
7.88
14.88
10.88
14.88
10.88
10.88
14.88
16.88
13.88
6.88
4.88
9.88
7.88
9.88
7.88
10.88
7.88
10.88
7.88
11.88
7.88
11.88
8.88

sz./w"x h"
23" x 36"
35" x 36"
47" x 36"
30" x 48"
35" x 48"
36" x 48"
46" x 48"
47" x 48"
48" x 48"
59" x 48"
23" x 64"
27" x64"
29" x 64"
30" x 64"
31" x64"
32" x 64"
34" x64"

78"w X 84"H

7 9 88

103"w x 84 - h
8' doorwall 108.88

"MATTE" C-
CURVE P.V.C.

fits 6" doorwall

sz./w" x h"
35" x 64"
36" x 64"
39" x 64"
43" x64"
45" x 64"
46" x 64"
47" x 64"
48" x64"
52" x 64"
54" x 64"
59" x64"
60" x 64"
72" x64"

db

11.88
12.88
13.88
14.88
14.88
15.88
15.88
15.88
16.88
17.88
19.88
19.88
22.88

NOW!
8.88
8.88
9.88
10.88
11.88
11.88
11.88
11.88
13.88
13.88
15.88
15.88
18.88

78''' X 84"H

3 4 88

85"w x 84"h
103"w x 84"h
109"w x 84"h

fits6' doorwall
fits 8' doorwall
fits 100"w x 80"h

45.88
54.88
59.88

WIDE RODS

Cr)

LU

sae
18" to 28"
28" to 48"
48" to 84"
84" to 156"

LLI

NOW!
db
13.88.... ...... .6.94
8.94
15.88
12.94
22.88
34.88
18.94

LU

LLI

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size
18" to 28"
28" to 48"
48" to 84"
84" to 156"

db

17.88
19.88
27.88
37.88

NOW!
9.94
11.94
15.94
22.94

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Haggerty Rd.
478-3133

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S. of 14 Mile Rd.
626-4313

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Rochester Rd. at
Sq. Lake Rd.
879-1010

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42775 Ford Rd. at
Lilley Rd.
981-7400

Cross Roads Ctr.
37130 Van Dyke at
16 Mile Rd.
795-1500

reached in secret between Is-
rael and the PLO.
These include:
• A Palestinian police force
of at least 6,500 men, armed
with up to 9,000 Kalashnikov
rifles and about 100 machine
guns, who will be deployed and
be permitted to bring 30,000-
35,000 family members back to
the territories with them.
• A system of new "lateral"
east-west roads in Gaza which
will be policed by joint Israeli-
Palestinian patrols and will pro-
vide access to Israel for Gaza
settlers, with all fixed Israeli
military positions outside the
Jewish settlements being dis-
mantled and the PLO left in
control of 90 percent of Gaza.
• Four "safe passage" roads
being constructed between the

Palestinian
negotiators
once thought
time was
on their side;
they now realize
time is
working
against them.

Gaza Strip and Jericho to pro-
vide free movement between
the entities for Palestinians
through Israel and the West
Bank.
• Up to 80,000 Palestinians
who left after the Six-Day War
being allowed to return to Gaza
or Jericho, with each applicant
to be vetted by a joint Egyptian-
Jordanian-Israeli-Palestinian
committee.
• Agreement on rules of en-
gagement and conduct between
the Israeli and Palestinian
forces in Gaza and Jericho
which are stipulated in written
instructions governing the use
of firearms to prevent the two
sides from shooting at each oth-
er.
• A week-long "joint deploy-
ment" during the hand-over pe-
riod when Palestinian and
Israeli forces will spend seven
days alongside each other to
avoid creating a military vac-
uum. The Palestinian police will
arrive one week before "Z-Day,"
as the PLO describes the
Arafat-Rabin signature on the
interim agreement, with the full
deployment of the Palestinian
police to be completed within
two weeks.
• A Palestinian-Israeli "Joint
Security Committee" to be es-
tablished with three coordinat-
ing offices (in Gaza City, Khan

Yunis and Jericho) to arrange
joint mobile patrols on the Gaza
lateral roads and other places
of joint use.
Despite these agreements,
however, much remains unre-
solved, evidenced by a foot-high
stack of documents and maps
in the Cairo office of Mr.
Sha'ath, the chief PLO nego-
tiator, that illustrate how far
the talks must still go before the
accord can be implemented.
Agreement has still not been
reached on the precise size of
autonomous Jericho, the exact
number of Palestinian police
who will be deployed, the "safe
passage" arrangements for the
Gaza-Jericho link roads or the
legal jurisdiction that will gov-
ern Israelis and Palestinians in
each others' areas.
Nor is there agreement on
the system of courts that each
side will administer or the
arrangements for apprehend-
ing Palestinians or Israelis who
are suspected of criminal activ-
ity inside or outside the au-
tonomous areas.
Unresolved, too, is the depth
of the Israeli-controlled zone st
for the Gaza-Egypt border.
Not least among Israel's con-
cerns is the nightmare scenario
of Lebanese-style Katyusha
rocket attacks on Israeli towns
and settlements, mounted from
autonomous Gaza.
An indication in the gap in
perceptions is evident in the re-
sponse of one senior PLO nego-
tiator who blithely dismisses
such concerns and sees no point
in even debating the issue.
"None of what we are doing
will work if it's not an irre-
versible march toward peace,"
he said. 'There is only one guar-
antee against a Katyusha at-
tack - that's the commitment
of the Palestinians themselves
that the peace process is worth-
while.
"The only way to stop
Katyushas is for every Pales-
tinian to regard anyone who
fires a Katyusha as an enemy
of Palestinian independence.
What we are doing," he added,
"is creating conditions that the
Israelis would be stupid to re-
verse."
There is little chance that the
Israelis would contemplate re-
conquering Gaza or Jericho af-
ter the pain they have endured
in effecting the disengagement.
But the $64 question is
whether, when the crunch
comes, the Palestinians will ac-
cept the authority of Yasser
Arafat and his unprepared bu-
reaucratic apparatus - or
whether unrealistic expecta-
tions, conflicting ideologies and
the tug of competing loyalties
will cause the Palestinians to
turn in on themselves and pro-
pel the territories toward a
fresh spasm of violence.



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