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January 15, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-15

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• 4 1111 WORLD
"7 WIDE

DELUXE KOSHER
PASSOVER TOURS

3 FRESHLY PREPARED GLATT KOSHER MEALS

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THE NEWPORTER

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Vermont

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CHATEAU RESORT

VIRGIN ISLE HOTEL

DOMINICAN CONCORDE

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SANS SOUCI
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TAMIMENT RESORT

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RADISSON RESORT

Middle East Expert
Olmert Here For DZF

Puerto Rico

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Hungary

Pocono Mts., PA

BUDAPEST

Dr. Olmert's visit is co-
sponsored by the American
Zionist Federation and the
American Zionist Youth
Foundation.

Alf meals freshly prepared under strict Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision. All meats Glatt from

New York and from Chassidishe Schechita. Cholov Yisroel available upon request.

ATLAS AMBASSADOR KOSHER PASSOVER TOURS

25 W. 43 Street, NYC 10036, (212) 575-8840 Outside N.Y. State Toll Free 1.800-752-8000

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Shapiro Post
Plans Meeting

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(Don't tell anyone about this ad.)

Dr. Yosef Olmert

Norman Naimark, presi-
dent of the Detroit Zionist
Federation, announced that
Israeli Middle Eastern
studies expert Dr. Yosef
Olmert has been chosen as
the DZF scholar-in-residence
for 1988.
Dr. Olmert will be in the
Detroit area Feb. 15-28, 1988,
speaking before Jewish and
non-Jewish audiences.
Dr. Olmert is a lecturer in
Middle Eastern and African
studies at Aviv Universi-
ty, where he is also head of
the Syria and Lebanon desk,
Shiloah Institute/Dayan
Center for Middle Eastern
and African Studies. He also
lectures at the Overseas
School, Tel Aviv University.
Dr. Olmert holds both B.A.
and M.A. degrees, magna
cum laude, in the history of
Muslim countries from
Hebrew University. He
received his doctorate from
the University of London,
London School of Economics.
He has been called upon to
comment on Middle Eastern
Affairs by international print
and broadcast media and is a
recognized expert in his field.

Don't tell anyone that EL AL's 12-day "Israel Discovery Tour" is
actually on sale from now through February 24th.
Don't repeat that this EL AL tour gives you top-value hotels for 3
nights in Tel Aviv, 2 nights in Galilee, 5 nights in Jerusalem! And English-
speaking guides! And air-conditioned buses! And Israeli breakfasts!

All for under $1,000 per person, including EL AL airfare from New York!

The time for this offer is limited. And, because the price is so
amazing, the space will be limited, too. So don't tell anyone—except
maybe the person you'll be travelling with. Have your travel agent tell you
more. Or call 1-800-EL AL SUN (1-800-352-5786). Better hurry.
Someone else might see this ad. Shhhhhalom!

WE KNOW WHAT YOUR PRIORITIES ARE.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1988

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Topics to be covered by Dr.
Olmert during his visit in-
clude: the prospects for peace
in the Middle East; the
Palestinian question: past,
present and future; terrorism
in the Middle East and how to
combat it; the Super Powers
and the Middle East;
minorities in the Middle
East; Israel and the Diaspora;
the Jews of the Soviet Union
and Arab lands; Israeli
politics in a time of transi-
tion; religion and state in
Israel, and Israel's relation-
ship with the United States.
'Ib book Dr. Olmert, contact
the DZF office, 353-8828. A
limited number of bookings
are still available.

Charles Shapiro Post will
have a business meeting on
Sunday at 9 a.m. when the
group wil be addressed by
Department Commander,
Milton Klein, reporting on
the recent national executive
committee conference in
Washington, D.C.
On Tuesday at 7 p.m., the
post will have its annual paid-
up dinner celebration at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. All Jewish
War Veterans are invited. For
information, contact Jerry
Schlussel, 541-1251 or
545-6027.

I FOR MEN

Senior Men
Will Gather

Southfield Senior Men's
Club will hold its Amateur
Day meeting on Wednesday
at 1 p.m. at McDonnell
Towers. The public is invited.
Refreshments will be served.
Admission is free.

'1'1 NEWS

Israeli Arrested
For Spying

Jerusalem (JTA) — A Rus-
sian-born Israeli
businessman with important
social, political and military
connections was arrested on
suspicion of spying for the
Soviet Union, Israel televi-
sion disclosed last Sunday.
Shabbtai Kalmanovitz, 41,
who emigrated from the
USSR in the early 1970s, was
ordered held in custody last
month. The order was ex-
tended by a Jerusalem court,
giving the news media and
the public their first inkling
of the bizarre case.
The court imposed a near
total blackout of the police in-
vestigation. But Kalmanovitz
is hardly unknown to Israelis.
Kalmanovitz was most re-
cently in the news when he
was arrested in England for
allegedly passing bad checks.
He was said to hold diplo-
matic status as an envoy of
Boputhatswana,

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