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Sunday, February 13, 1977



Sunday, February 13, 1977 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Pc ige Five



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By EDWARD CODY tinie to be killed forever?" The Arab states' peace offen- PLO Executive C o m m i t t e e(Continued from Page 1) THE PRESIDENT discussed
NABLUS, Occupied West Bank. Syria. packed by Egypt, Jor- sive hinges on hope that U.S. member who has lived in Jor- THE TWO relatives told the his news conferences, saying
E') - In a major shift Palestin- dan and Saudi Arabia, is now President Jimmy Carter's new dan since being expelled from President the news from Plains he's "studying all the time" so
ians and their guerrilla leaders hobbling hardline rejectionist administration can - and will the West Bank by Israeli OCCU and that his brother, Billy, was he doesn't need to spend hours
have turned reluctantly toward commandos in Beirut and mold- pressure Israel enough to com- pation authorities. "We do not rivaling the President in local in advance being briefed. The
the idea of negotiations with Is- ing Yasir Arafat's mainline PLO promise with the Palestinians want to be called terrorists all popularity. only briefing he needs is on
rael and a halt to the bloody leadership into conciliatory posi- in a way both sides can accept. the time." The sentiment for Jimmy Carter told about his "things that have been in the
conflict that has made the Mid- tions for the Geneva Peace Con- MANY TOP guerrilla leaders compromise is strongest inside 12-hour work routine at the newspaper that morning," he
dle East a battleground for 30 ference that Arab states are claim this will never happen and the West Bank and Gaza be- White House, up at 6:30 a.m. said
years. trying to reconvene in 1977. predict the exerciseultimately cause more than a million P and getting o th eoe aHugh Carter wanted to know
wihe chngnpoidsinnw despair and "explo- estinians have lived here under adgtigt h fiea
willhage endde ainw a.m., lunching "<with someone I "with all the power that you
opportunity for peace in the BROADLY, these positions sive pressure on Arab leaders Israeli military occupation since have to talk business with," go- have doesn't it sort of frighten!
world's most war-prone region. aim at a Palestinian state on now dragging Palestinians into the June 1967 Middle East war. ing back "to the mansion part of you sometime, as to what you
But it also carries the seeds of; the Israeli-held West Bank of peace talks. Their resentment at the occu- the White Housee" to be with his h
bitter disannointment and the the Jordan River and the Gaza "The road is bront piers was visible here in Nablus family about 6:30 p.m.

President Fleming
MON., FEB. 14-7-9 p.m.
Rackliam Aud.
"Role of the University
in the Future"

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risk of yet another war to burn
the land of the Bible.
softened chiefly because of the!
guerrilla debacle last year in,
Lebanon's Moslem-Christianrciv-
il war. Defeat chastened the
Palestinian Liberation Organiza-.
tion (PLO), eliminated its last
free operations base against Is-
rael and left it subject to control
by Syria.
"What else can we do?" la-;
mented Raymonda Tawil, a Pal-
estinian activist released Dec. 8.
from house arrest by the Israelis,
in nearby Ramallah. "Is there
an alternative for us? I mean,
we are becoming moderate be-
cause we have to. Politics is the
art of the possible. Can we con-
Olga's F
(Continued from Page 1)
"WE MADE everybody feel at.
home," Olga recalls of her ex-
perience behind that first coun-
tr "We used to know what
everybody wanted on their sand-
wiches, we knew their names.
People said that's what they
really liked about our operatiop,
- we made them feel at home."'
So Olga decided to spread her;
hospitality around Detroit. But:
knowing she and her children
couldn't handle another two or
three outlets alone, she took on
a partner in 1975.
"I'll never forget that Satur-,
day," she smiled, her eyes:
sparkling as she recalled their
first encounter. "Kids were just
sitting all over the floor eating
s an dw iic hes, and the line.
stretched way down to the end
of the store. My partner was
very impressed. He came back'
a aC4A' .c 'N DA].
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Strip with close links to Jordan, of these leaders and noobdy during a Feb. 1 general strike About three nights a
in exchange for an end to the! knows what .Carter is going to that sent stone-throwing youths Carter reported, "I go back over
Arab's generation-old declara- give to negotiate about," said into the streets and forced about to the Oval Office" after sup
tion of war against Israel and Yasir Abed Rabbo, a member of 80 per cent of the own's shop-!' e" lOfficafemusi t
the Palestinian dream of abol- the PLO Executive Committee keepers to roll down steel shut- per.I like classical music
inthBeirut.t"They areatheoonlyoters. , Ican put on 'Tristan and:
ishing the Jewish state. ,pg-eit.The r he only ters.gIsolde,' ' inlandia, and tunthe M O N EY, MN Y ME
parties running for this settle-' A machine-gun-mounted ar-Isle'Fnadi'adtunhe m &I-
The Israelis refuse to nego-1 ment and this is their criss." mored vehicle guarded the main! volume up and really enjoy it
tiate with the PLO and would But most Palestini ns interNablus intersection and armed while I do two or three hours
not agree to a separate third work Call ourlpaninsOntr-Narusinerecionaniame
viewed during a tour of this Is- Israeli patrols roamed the mar- HE TOLD HOW he reads aur pane o experts wt quetins
state between Israel and. Jor- HE TOLDvraHOWhohewreadseaa
dan. However, Israel has said raeli-occupied territory seem to kets. Several shots were heard written briefing from Secretary' about taxes, investing, loans and budget-
it would negotiate with Pales- accept the forced moderation as and eight youths werearrested, of State Cyrus Vance every ng on
I tiian - lthughnotleading a regrettable but inevitable de- but no injuries were reported. 'nigt on such things as what's n o Fbur15f m9.5t 1.0 am,
PLO nersonalities - who are velonment in their struggle to LOCAL LEADERS, such as happening in Turkey, the Middle CALL 763-1550
members of a Jordanian-led regain a homeland. Even those Nablus Mayor Bassam Shakaa East or Panama and "what the
deleeation. Any solution. the Is- who have little hope of success' and other West Bank mayors secret reports have on what the
raelis say, would have to be say conciliation should be given see getting rid of such Israeli king of Jordan said to so and
within the framework of nego a chance. oc yknation as their number one so a.n" 91 .7 FMaA NNtA Ri uR
tintlefnwith Jordan and any "WE HAVE to change tactics priority. Carter said he was "really
settlement of the West Bank and methods now or we will be Shakaa,, who sat at home ulling the Cabinet together. We
must be closely associated with the losers," said the Rev. Elia while the Israeli soldiers pa- do have arguments. But we
or part of Jordan. Khoury, an Anglican priest and trolled his city, fears along with don't have any ill-feeling or lack
other West Bank leaders that of communication."
the Israeli presence here, high- "I always had the impression
maIvrvisible ''ater 10 ears of mili-, that if I ame b y automobile it!
a si 0m c vertcitarv occuation, could turn out would be a lot cheaper" than us-
to be irrevocable. : ing helicopters."But that's not
A visitor returning for the first : true. It takes dozens of people
the next day, we talked with our unanswered too many times for time since before the 167 war, to close off intersections andlHO M E G0 O W Nro m;th
attorneys and that was it." comfort. for example, is startled athandle all the traffic control."
"Olga tries to infuse that spir- changes in Jerusalem. Busv ave- He said he thinks from now on
SINCE THEN, the payroll has it in everyone who works in her nues and low-cost housing for; he will take helicopters and is'
A farsighted Olga is already "When I used to work at my Old City's ancient walls. where pad near his home. "If some-
dreaming of another seven or nace" Olga says, "when some- nastoral calm used to delight the thing should ever happen to the
eight ouetlets. which could ma body walked in the door and just torist country, I need to be able to get Our flowers a re grown with the kind of love you'd
terialize by the end of 1977. stood there, not knowing what "If we wait another 10 years to Warner-Robins in a hurry and
What's more, the culinary ait (the restaurant) was, I usedlike the PLO wants, the Jews get up in the air," Carter ex- like to give that-special someone.
queen is toying with ideas for to try to make the person feel at! will bild twice as much as they olained.
breakfast filling (fruit?) and home. hale in the last 10 vears." com- ss s ss xV ltAanm
a 1r a ast Ilinthe Ia she 1. nains Mayor Elias Freij afi $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $X d i nt r ngmn
But Olga fi suffering for the Olga s "BUT sometimes I see kids Bethlehem. a moderate consid- T
growing ains of expansion. Shei jst standing behind the counter ered friendly to Jordan. "And $ TOMRE RSAND$
worries constantly about the when people walk in." she con- what will be left for us then? $ ADMIRERS OF $& u
service her branch restaurants: tined. "and I jump up and grab We need a homeland, whatever $ Atlas Shrugged $
provide. .that person before they go out homeland is possible." and $Free deliveryin rost of
and talk them into it (staying). - ---The Fountainhead $Fy
SEATED AT a wooden table Sill, Olga fvonldn't do just any- $$A Philosophy of 2 for orders $10.00 and above)
in her Ann Arbor establishment, thing to draw patrons. "They $ OBJECTIVISM $ r'(Minimum order for delivery $7.50)
I 4,sav I could get more customers' Isis Rvae -A
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tamers' faces for those cher- time andthrot hes onhe! The Black I $AYN RAND $ SPECIA L' YALEN t INE HOURS
ished zians of satisfaction, and! grill." Olga scoffs. "But that's'D$ 12 Tape-ecorded lectures$S E AL NE O
frets when the telephone goes the one thing I wouldn't do." Te W ite $ r. EA PEIKOFF $Sun. 10-2 pm.Mon,8. :30-6:00 p.m.
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