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November 21, 1986 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-21

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Gateway Travel

GATEWAY TRAVEL-a-

' GOING TO THE AIRPORT?
BUSINES,S.OR VACATION
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Royal Caribbean Cruise

Song of Norway February 22,1987

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avoid the hassel at the
airport and getting there!
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17415 WEST TEN MILE ROAD
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48075
559-1972
Call us now for special
rates with this ad

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$144900 •




TAKE A WINTER BREAK TO ISRAEL
FEB. 24 - MAR. 10.87

Two week-tour from Detroit

incl: F/C Hotels, sightseeing,
2 meals a clay, etc. . . .

January: take advantage of the lower tours to Florida, Mexico,
Caribbean Islands, CRUISES

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BOOK, EARLY WHILE THE SEATS ARE STILL
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LOW COST
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PACKAGES
TO YOUR FAVORITE
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from $399*

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from

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$629*

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MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
NEWPORT BEACH HOTEL
I
MARCO POLO HOTEL
FEB 12-MARCH 13, 1987 (29 NITES)
FEB. 1-MARCH 2, 1987
si 9 450 p.p. dbl.
FEB. 24-MARCH 17, 1987 (21 NITES)
1 5 480 p.p. dbl.

• R.T. SCHEDULED AIR TRANSPORTATION
• 29 NITES AT MARCO POLO
NEW LOVE
• DINNER CRUISE ON FLORIDA'S
BOAT" INCLUDING REVIEW
• ADMISSION TO THEATRE PLAYHOUSE AT MARCO
POLO FOR SHOW
• ADM. TO 4 VARIETY SHOWS IN HOTEL
• CONT. BREAKFAST EACH EVENING
• PLANNED ENTERTAINMENT
• ALL TRANSFERS, TIPS, TAXES & MORE'

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JAN. 13-FEB. 12

1, 080

p.p. dbl.
5
• R.T. SCHEDULED AIR TRANSPORTATION
• NEWLY RENOVATED DELUXE ROOMS AT
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• DINNER CRUISE ON FLORIDA'S "NEW LOVE
BOAT"
'• PLANNED HOTEL ENTERTAINMENT
• SIGHTSEEING TOUR
• ALL TRANSFERS, TIPS. TAXES. BAG HANDLING &
MORE!

CATS

GREET THE NEW YEAR
IN LONDON, ONTARIO

DEC. 31-JAN. 1

$119

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• R.T. MOTORCOACH
• 1 NITE ACCOMMODATION HOLIDAY INN
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• R.T. AIH & TRANSFERS
• DELUXE ACCOMMODATIONS VERSAILLE
HOTEL
• GLATT KOSHER MEALS (2 MEALS DAILY, 3
ON SATURDAY)
• SIGHTSEEING TOUR, ENTERTAINMENT &
MORE!

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WINTER ESCAPES

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LOCAL NEWS

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Friday, November 21, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision

All meats Glatt from N Y and from Chassidishe
Schechita. Cholov Yisroel dairy products avail

Fer reservations ane information contact

Atlas Ambassador
Kosher Tours

25 West 43rd Street, NYC 10036
(212) 575-8840 / 800-752-8000

'All packages

are

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Add 19% for tips 8 tax.

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Glatt Kosher

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Lou Mason

• Color TV/Stereo in all rooms
• Refrigerator
• Olympic size swimming pool
• Poolside bar
• Nightclub
• Glatt Kosher gourmet
breakfast & dinner daily;
3 meals on Shabbat
• Synagogue on premises

from

$ 30 pp /night,

For Kosher winter reservations
and information call:

1-800-325-1697

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Israeli Novelist Knew
About Spying First Hand

ROBYN KLEEREKOPER

Special to The Jewish News

t all comes out of
g g 1 that
soup — the

complex, disturbing,
maybe confusing and delici-
ous, borscht that was my
childhood," says author, Gay
Courter, explaining what
motivates her to write novels,
the most recent of which,
Code Ezra, a book about
women in Israeli espionage,
was highlighted at the 1986
Jewish Book Fair at the
Jewish Community Center.
The "borscht" was a very
unusual childhood, with great
chunks of time spent in coun-
tries like Japan, Taiwan,
Brazil, Israel and Argentina.
Speaking at the Hadassah
Day at the Jewish Book Fair,
Courter, the daughter of an
Israeli intelligence operative,
said "I was one of those kids
in school who never knew
what to put down for her
father's occupation. I was al-
ways jealous of the doctors'
and lawyers' kids, because I
never really knew what he
did. I would ask him what to
put down and he would say,
`international trader'. I would
ask him what that meant,
and told him it was too long
to fill in the blank. My
mother just said to write,
`wheeler-dealer', because she
felt it was more accurate."

"But my family kept fol-
lowing my father wherever
he 'wheeled and dealed',
which were strange, emerg-
ing Third World countries. I
was always set apart, always
the outsider, no matter where
I was. I went to first grade at
the Taipei missionary school
in Taiwan — the only Jewish
child in the school, and prob-
ably we were the only Jewish
family in Taiwan. My
mother's solution to matzoh
for Passover that year was a
strange kind of fried Chinese
flatbread, and she came up
with other similarly creative
solutions in other countries.
It was years before I ever saw
a Manischewitz box," she
says.
In most places they stayed,
her mother took care of
educating her, trying to inte-
grate where they were with
what she was studying. To
overcome problems in pen-
manship, her mother "bought
me a beautiful leather-bound
journal, and I was told to, in
my very neatest handwriting,
write an observation each
day of something I saw, and
so, from' the earliest times, I
was writing down things that
I saw, and these things were
by no means average.
"There were trips down
canals in Thailand, or up
mountains in Hong Kong,
and things like that. I had a
fascinating amount of mate-

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