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November 26, 1982 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-26

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Reverence, the highest; ante of the meanest duty be
have patience with the low- thy religion.
est; let this day's perform-
—Margaret Fuller

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Armenian Church Leader
May Face Deportation

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Interior Ministry has
refused to renew the visa of
Archbishop Karekin
Kazanjian, the chancellor of
the Armenian Catholic
Church in Jerusalem. His
deportation is rumored to be
imminent.
The visa expired a month
ago and renewal was denied
without explanation. Unof-

ficially,
government
sources cited "security" as
the reason. Kazanjian was
reportedly held responsible
for the deterioration of rela-
tions between the Israeli
authorities and the Arme-
nian Church. Until re-
cently, those relations had
been for better than with
most other churches in the
country.

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JERUSALEM — Israel
Tourism Minister Avraham
Sharir praised the Hebrew
Universitx's Center for
Management Development
recently for its pioneering
efforts in the academization
of the tourist industry.
Part of the university's
School of Business Ad-
ministration (sponsored by
the Israel Discount Bank
Foundation), the Center for
Management Development
offers a multi-faceted pro-
gram which seeks to up-
grade the lever of manage-
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with ramifications for the
entire fabric of Israeli
society — by offering
courses for groups ranging
froth executives to army
officers, from kibutz ac-
countants to travel agents.
Last year nearly 1,000 per-
sons took part in these
courses; hundreds more
attended one-day seminars
and workshops offered by
the center.
Thirty top-level tourism
industry personnel from

Friday, November 26, 1982 33

Some say that the age of
chivalry is past, that the
spirit of romance is dead,
The age of chivalry is never

passed so long as there is a
wrong left undressed on
earth.
—Charles Kingsley

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NEW YORK (JTA) --- Is-
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per Couple
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tion would come and say to
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BROILED WHITEFISH
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Labor Party chairman
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