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November 25, 1977 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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Don't just fly to Florida.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 25, 1977 9

Nazis Believed
Entering Britain

LONDON (JTA)—A num-
ber of former SS officers
are believed to have slipped
into Britain to attend the
publication of the English
version of a book which
whitewashes the role of the
SS in World War II.
Despite attempts to deny
their entry, the former
Nazis are thought to have
arrived in Britain, possibly
through the Irish Republic.
One of them is former Nazi
chief Manfred Roeder.,
The book, published last
week is a glossy 590-page
pictorial anthology intended
to depict the SS as gallant
front-line fighters rather
than the more fdmiliar
image of sadistic concentra-
tion camp guards.

UK Arabs Mount
Anti-Begin Drive

LONDON (JTA)—The
pro-Arab lobby has been
mounting a campaign of
character assassination
against Menahem Begin
which was to have coincided
with the Israeli Premier's
scheduled visit her. this
week. Its climax was to
have been a public meeting
in the Central Hall, West-
minster, on Nov. 21 to have
been addressed by Christo-
pher Mayhew and Sir
Anthony Nutting.
The theme of the meeting,
organized by the Council for
the Advancement of Arab-
British Understanding
(CAABU), was being billed
as "A Homeland for the
Palestinians—Britain's Mes-
sage to Begin."
Begin's trip to Britain,
however, was postponed
because of the sudden visit
of Egyptian President Sadat
'to Israel.

Germans Meet

PLO Terrorist

BONN (JTA)—A Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
leader said to be responsible
for a 1970 attack on an El Al
plane at Munich in which
one person died and nine
were wounded, held a meet-
ing here recently with for-
mer Chancellor Willy
Brandt, who is presently
chairman of the ruling
Social Democratic Party
(SPD), Egon Bahr, SPD
organizing secretary, and
Hans-Juergen Wischnewski,
Under-Secretary of State,
according to the German
daily, "Welt."
The PLO guest was Isam
A. Sartawi, described as
PLO "Special
Ambassador."

Bishops, ADL
= Form Committee

WASHINGTON—The
National Conference of
Catholic Bishops and the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith announced the
establishment of a "Joint
Working Group - to meet
regularly on issues of con-
cern to Jews and Catholics.

DELTA

'4 Enjoy extra comfort on Delta's Wide-Ride L-1011 ThStars.
You fly in a "living room" cabin that's a full' 8 feet high and
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So sit back, relax and enjoy: Bach to rock to Florida.



Enjoy champagne in Tourist. Bottoms up,
Detroit. We're serving champagne to adults
in Tourisfon all winter nonstops. To Miami,
Ft.Lauderdale, Tampa/St.Pete and Orlando/
Walt Disney World.

Enjoy superb service by the Delta profes-
sionals. Your Flight Attendant goes all-out to
treat you like her personal guest. And that goes
for all 29,000 Delta professionals.



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Enjoy a Fly/Drive Dream Vacation in
Florida. Stretch your hard-earned vacation
dollar. Jet Delta to the Sunshine State. Pick
up your rental car and go. Stay in a different
motel/hotel each of 7 nights. Or stay in the
same one. (Some have surcharges payable
directly to hotels.) Package includes Alamo
rental car with unlimited mileage for 8 days.
(Gas and irisurance extra.) Delta Bonus Dis-
count Card good for up to 25% off at many
Florida attractions. Beach bag and Florida
oranges. All for only $231 to $438 per party
of 2 to 4 people. That's just $58 to $109.50 per
person in a party of 4. Add air fare. Price of
package depends on the size car you choose.
4% Florida tax and 2% Miami Beach tax,
where applicable, not included. Effective
Dec.15,1977 to April 15,1978.1TDL-GOGKW-7
Enjoy Delta's money saving fares. No other
airline beats our low fares to Florida. Fly
any night without restrictions and save 20%
off regular Day Tourist on Delta's Night
Coach fares.
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Enjoy the American Express Card. Don't
leave home without if:You can even extend
payments with the American Express Card

"Sign & Fly ("" and
"Sign & Travel`"
plans. If you don't
have a card, pick up
an application wher-
ever the card is
welcomed. Or call
(toll free) 800-528-8000.
Enjoy the expert service of your Travel
Agent, who'll help you plan a great vacation
and handle all the details
for you. You can also
get instant flight
reservations thru
Deltamatie by calling
Delta at 355-3200.

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Enjoy choosing your Delta flight.

To Miami 10:00am and 10:00pm are
Delta's nonstop times. You can also fly
straight thru on two other daily flights.
Day Tourist and Night First Class $117,
Night Tourist $94.
To Ft.Lauderdale Our 9:30am nonstop
is the only TriStar going. And our .Night-
Coach nonstop is a thrifty $94. Day
Tourist and Night First Class $117.
To Tampa/St.Pete Fly nonstop at
10:05am or 10:00pm. Or take our thru-jet
at 5:35pm— the only Wide-Ride TriStars.
Day Tourist and Night First Class $105,
Night Tourist $84.

To Orlando/Walt Disney World Join
us for brunch on our 10:15am nonstop.
Or choose from six other flight-times a
day. Day Tourist and Night First Class
$103, Night Tourist $82.
To Jacksonville Delta has more flight-
times than any other airline—six round
the clock. Day Tourist and Night First
Class $92, Night Tourist $74.
West Palm Beach The only thru-jets-
a Wide-Ride TriStar at 10:05am, a 10:00pm
Night Coach for only $90. Day Tourist
and Night First Class $113.

All fares subject to change without notice.

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