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February 16, 1979 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Colleges
Get Revson Grant

NEW YORK , — Two
grants totaling $1,500,000
to promote higher education
and scientific research in Is-
rael have been awarded to
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science of
Rehovot by the Charles H.
Revson Foundation of New
York.
Announcement of the
award, which will be shared
equally by the Israeli in-
stitutions, was made in a
joint statement issued by
Ambassador Avraham
Harman, president of the
Hebrew University, and
Prof. Michael Sela,
president of the Weizmann
Institute of Science.
Under terms of the
four-year grant, funds al-
located to the Hebrew
University will be used to
create 12 new Charles H.
Revson Fellowships for
postdoctoral lecturers
and to provide tenured
faculty appointments for
a small number of out-
standing academicians.
Funds designated for the
Weizmann Institute will be
used to establish seven new
career development chairs
to provide follow-through
support and research un-
derwriting for a cadre of
select young scientists at
the most formative and crit-
ical juncture in their
careers, upon completion of
their doctoral and postdoc-
toral studies.

Internal Unrest
to Follow Peace

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Haifa University sociologist
Dr. Sami Semucha believes
that Israel will face an erup-
tion of internal unrest once
peace comes to the Middle
East. -
He reports that the aver-
age income of an Ashkenazi
Jew is twice that of the av-
erage income of an Oriental
Jew. In the high schools, the
proportion between
Ashkenazim and Sephar-
dim is 3/1 in favor of the
Ashkenazim.
In the universities there
are five times as many
Ashkenazim as Sephardim.
The percentage of Sephar-
dim in the political and
economic elite of the coun-
try is only four percent
while their number in the
general population has al-
ready risen to 55 percent.
The sociologist foresees
the growth of a mass move-
ment of the Oriental Jewish
community which will
exploit every conceivable
means (including demonst-
rations) to proclaim and de-
fend their interests.

Public Attitude
May Hurt Israel

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Fol-
lowing a U.S. tour, former
Israeli Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin expressed con-
cern over the preoccupation
of Americans with domestic
affairs and the lace of in-
terest and impatience with
Middle East affairs.
He said this change in at-
titude will hurt Israel's in-
.
terests.

Friday, February 16, 1919 11

Delta puts on the ritz
to Florida
at Super Saver fares.

We're serving champagne on all

nonstops from Detroit to Florida.
On the house, of course. Even in
Tourist. Even at Super Saver Fares.

You can choose from 8 Delta nonstops
daily from Detroit to Miami, Ft.Lau-

derdale, Tampa/St.Pete and Orlando/
Walt Disney World. And Delta has one-
stop thru-jets to West Palm Beach.

Thrifty Delta Dream
Vacatione For exam-

ple, our 8 day, 7
night Sunny Isles
package at the top
of Miami Beach.
Just $180 to $281.50
per person, double
occupancy, plus air
fare. Includes an
Alamo rental car
and many extras.
Rates depend on
hotel and dates selected. Add
applicable taxes. Eff. to Apr.21.

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The entree is Filet Mignon,
Chicken Hawaiian or another

deluxe dish on lunch and dinner
flights.

ITDL-GOGSS3/7 ITDL TCTS13/7

The American Express''' Card.
Don't leave home without it.

A crisp, fresh salad,

You can even extend payments
with the American Express Card
"Sign & Fly'" and "Sign and
Travel R" plans. If you don't have
a card, pick up an application
wherever the card is welcomed.
Or call (toll free) 800-528-8000.

baked potato, fresh vegetable
and crusty roll go with your
entrée.

Tempting pastries

Let your Travel Agent handle,
all the details. Or you can make

and gourmet-blend coffee top
off your meal. (On Night
Coach nonstops, enjoy
a late deli snack with
champagne.)

To Miami Fly Delta nonstop at

your flight reservations by calling
Delta at 355-3200. Have a great
vacation.&:. CI a L -ria,

The arhr1e run U• Professionals

To Tampa/St.Pete Our 10:25am and To West Palm Beach Thru jets at

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10:00am or 10:00pm. Super Saver
Night Coach Fares as low as $144
round trip.
To Ft.Lauderdale Nonstops at
8:55am and 10:30pm. Plus a one-stop
thru-jet at 6:26pm. The morning
nonstop is a Wide-Ride' L-1011 TriStar.
Super Saver Night Coach Fares as
low as $144 round trip.

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10:00pm nonstops are Wide-Ride
TriStars. Also a nonstop at 6:26pm.
Super Saver Night Coach Fares as
low as $130 round trip.
To Orlando/Walt Disney World Fly
nonstop at 12:20pm. Or take a one-
stop TriStar at 5:30pm or 9:55pm.
Super Saver Night Coach Fares as
low as $127 round trip.

in lc rottmelv whom

7:30am, 10:25am (TriStar), 3:30pm
and 10:00pm. Super Saver Night
Coach Fares as low as $139 round
trip.

Super Saver Fares have 7-day or 30-day
advance purchase and other qualifications.
Seats are limited. Check for details. All fares,
service and tour rates subject to change
without notice. Vacation accommodations
subject to availability.

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