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April 10, 1992 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-10

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NEWS

MOTOR COACH TOURS:

SUMMEMER IN ISRAEL
MAKE IT HAPPEN!

"PHANTOM OF THE OPERA"

* Toronto, Best Seats!
* July 3-5, 17-19
*& Wknds Thru Sept.. ..$255

* "MISS SAIGON" NEW YORK *

IF:

*

You're between 18 & 28 and you want
the Israel travel experience of a lifetime...

*

You can spend 4 weeks discovering kibbuti life
and contemporary Israeli society first hand...

*

I

You can picture yourself camping under the

stars and crossing the Galilee by foot...

* May 15-19, 29-June 2 or
* Nov. 27-Dec. 1
* Shows, Tours, Meals,
* Ellis Island,
* Statue of Liberty ...Fr. $439

* * May 16

$69 *

* Parade • Dinner
$159
May 16-17
* Hotel • Parade • Dinner
* • Brunch and Show

*

WE CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN !

If you would like more information,
call the Israel Desk at 313-661-5440.

Apr. 30-May 5; Oct. 17-22
(Tours, Cruise, Celebrity Shows -
• Willie Nelson • Louise Mandrell
• Mel Tillis • Kathy Mattea
Hotels, Caverns,
Meals, Much More!) ....$599

A Project of the Joint Authority for Jewish Zionist Education of the
Jewish Agency for Israel

WASHINGTON, DC &
GETTYSBURG

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AIRPORT SERVICE



( 13) 559-7723

SEDAN OR
SMALL
LIMOUSINE

(Not A Van!)

$3950
REG. $49.00

with this coupon

Some areas may be slightly higher

May 21-25; Sept. 17-21;
$389
Oct. 8-12
Battlegrounds • Tours •
Smithsonian • Meals • Dinner
Theatres

*

*

FESTIVAL "ROMEO *
* STRATFORD
& "HMS PINAFORE" *
* * & May JULIET"
$189 *
26-27

Plays • Dinner • Tour d.
* * 2 May
*
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* Other dates available thru Oct. *

* OTTAWA, MONTREAL, QUEBEC CITY *

PRIVATE STRETCH LIMOUSINES & SEDANS

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*

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All for a cost that is actually less than you'd guess. Fall
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4 TO 6
PASSENGER
LIMOUSINE

*

HOLLAND TULIP FESTIVAL

REG. $39.00
$ 2 9 50
with this coupon
Some areas may be slightly higher

We monitor flights for correct
arrival times. Early or late,
we'll be there to pick you up!

*June 20-26, 22-28, Oct. 10-16 *
* (1000 Isle Cruise,
*Meals, Tours, Hotels) . .$559 *

* MACKINAC ISLAND LILAC FESTIVAL *

$225 *
* June 10-12
* Mission Pt. Resort on Island; *
* Meals • Ferry • Carriage Ride *

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* nisport • Lizzie Borden Museum *
* • Niagara Falls • Lobster Bake *
*& More!

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*
* Wknds. June-Oct. (Cruises,
Fr. $179*
Hotels, Meals)

*

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$140*
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NOW . . . at your service

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"All that the name implies...

*

• Draperies
• Bedspreads
• Blankets (cleaned or laundered)
• Window Shades
• Lampshades
• Pillows
• Venetian Blinds

*

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$225 *
July 10-12
*
* Parade • Meals • Hotel •
* Musical Review & More!

* SHAW FESTIVAL (NIAGARA- *

* ON-THE-LAKE, ONT.)
* July 11-12, Aug. 22-23,
Fr. $215 *
* Sept. 19-20
2 Plays • Hotel • 1 Max Movie, *
Niagara Falls • Dinner

* *

(cleaned, retaped & re-corded)

FREE

* Masonic Temple — Detroit *
* Dec. 29, Jan. 9 &
Fr. $89*
*Jan 30 -
* Bus • Best Seats •
* Dinner or Lunch

estimates
pick-up
delivery

* SHIPSHEWANA FLEA MARKET *

*June 2
* Lunch "Das Essenhous"

Any other items you may have -
if it can be cleaned, we'll clean it
and clean it properly

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$44*

*

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* FESTIVAL AND BIRCH RUN *

* June 18 (Lunch • Show
* • Outlet Shopping)

* June 28
* Lunch and Show

*

$49 *

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SPRING MERCHANDISE
ARRIVING DAILY

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$49

PRICES P.P. DBL. 0CC. CALL FOR GROUP
DISCOUNTS ON THESE & OTHER TRIPS

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Any Thip!!

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Canada Stays
Pawlowsi Trial

Toronto (JTA) — Canadian
Jews are angry at the
Justice Department's deci-
sion to stay proceedings
against alleged Nazi war
criminal Michael Pawlowski
because of lack of evidence.
It is the third unsuccessful
prosecution by the depart-
ment's war crimes unit since
it was established by
Parliament in September
1987.
Mr. Pawlowski, a
naturalized Canadian living
since 1951 in Renfrew, On-
tario, was charged on Dec.
15, 1989 with eight counts of
war crimes and crimes
against humanity.
The charges were based on
Mr. Pawlowski's in-
volvement in the 1942 kill-
ings of 410 Jews and 80
Poles in the Minsk region of
Nazi- occupied White Russia
(now known as Belarus). At
the time, he was a local

policeman.

The case was crippled by a
ruling last May against a
government request to send
a commission to the Soviet
Union to gather and
videotape testimony from
elderly witnesses unable to
come to Canada to testify.
Justice James Chadwick, a
judge of the Ontario Court,

General Division, ruled
twice that videotaped
evidence could jeopardize
Mr. Pawlowski's right to a
fair trial.
On Feb. 6, the Supreme
Court of Canada denied fed-
eral prosecutors leave to ap-
peal the pretrial ruling.
A witness who would have
given critical testimony in-
volving the massacre of 80
Poles and eight Jews in the
village of Yeskovichi died
last May.
The decision to stay pro-
ceedings rather than drop
the charges altogether
means the prosecution could
be reopened if new evidence
arises, however unlikely
that may be.
Mr. Pawlowski broke his
silence in the case briefly
outside court after the
charges were stayed. "I feel
great because I was innocent
at the beginning, and for
two-and-a-half years I have
suffered, for what?" he ask-
ed. "That's really
shameful."
Mr. Pawlowski's lawyer,
Donald Bayne, said there
never was a case against the
retired carpenter, only fab-
ricated evidence invented by
the KGB to frame the former
anti-Communist fighter.

New Foreign Minister
Is More Pro-Arab

Brussels (JTA) —
Belgium's new foreign min-
ister, Willy Claes, is likely to
be more pro-Arab than his
predecessor, Mark Eyskens,
according to informed
sources.
Mr. Claes' views are said
to be influenced by his long
association with Algeria,
which is considered the most
radical of the former French
North African states.
Mr. Claes was vice prime
minister and minister of
economic affairs in the
government of Wilfried
Martens, who was prime
minister for 12 years.
The new foreign minister,
who belongs to the conser-
vative wing of the Flemish
Socialist Party, is expected
to make some changes in
Middle East policy, though
not fundamental ones. He
visited Israel only once, a
long time ago, sources said.
Another Belgian official
said to have Arab connec-
tions is Robert Urbain, min-
ister of foreign trade in the
former government who re-

tains that portfolio in the
new regime and has also
been put- in charge of Euro-
pean affairs.
Mr. Urbain is particularly
friendly with Libya, a coun-
try he visited.
Mr. Eyskens, who is said -to
be sympathetic to Israel, suf-
fered political damage last
year when it was revealed
that an official of archter-
rorist Abu Nidal's group
entered Belgium with the
Foreign Ministry's approval.
Mr. Eyskens maintained
he was not aware of the ter-
rorist's presence on Belgian
soil.
Belgium's new coalition
government of Socialists and
Christian Democrats was
formed after more than 100
days of political crisis.
The parliamentary elec-
tions held last November
were a setback for the tradi-
tional parties. The electorate
sent them a protest message
by casting an unusually
large vote for environmen-
talists and the extreme right
wing.

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