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December 05, 1980 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 5, 1980 11

Carter: Sadat
Will Continue
Peace Process

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Carter declared
Tuesday night that Egyp-
tian President Anwar Sadat
has assured him that he
wants to continue the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
process.
The President said this
reassurance was contained
in a very important mes-
sage from Sadat given him
at the White House Tuesday
ly Egyptian Vice Presidetn
osni Mubarak.
His disclosure came be-
fore 1,200 people at an Is-
rael Bonds dinner at the
Washington Hilton Hotel at
which Lane Kirkland,
president of the AFL-CIO,
was presented the 1980
Golda Meir Leadership
Award for his many years
of leadership, service and
dedication" in support of Is-
rael.
Thomas
Donahue,
secretary-treasurer of the
AFL-CIO and dinner gen-
eral chairman, told the
guests representing labor,
industry, the Washingtor
political community and the
academic world, that $13.5
million in Israel Bonds were
bought in honor of Kirk-
land, Carter, in his speech,
congratulated Israel Bonds
on its 30th anniversary and
for having passed the $5 bil-
lion mark in Bonds sales.

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U.S. Tourism
to Israel Up

NEW YORK — Tourism
from the United States to
Israel is showing a 2 percent
increase from January
through September 1980 (in
comparison with 1979 fig-
ures) in a year when U.S.
economic troubles are re-
sulting in many transatlan-
tic destinations reporting a
significant decline in
American tourism.
Asked in New York how
the Persian Gulf war was af-
fecting bookings to Israel,
Uzi Michaeli, Israel's new
commissioner of tourism to
North America said that
travel to Israel has not been
affected by the conflict.

Jewish Program
Aired by Satellite

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The first regularly
scheduled national televi-
sion program on Jewish
news and cultural affairs
will be broadcast by satel-
lite starting Sunday.
The program, entitled
Jewish Spectrum" will be
prepared in New York and
offered initially on a
monthly basis to public
television stations and
cable systems nationwide.
The program will not air in
Detroit.

Detroit Club
Meets in Florida

The Detroit Club of North
Miami Beach will have a
meeting 7:30 p.m. Dec. 15 at
the Washington Federal
Bank Building, N.E. 167th
Street, North Miami Beach.
Refreshments will be
served. Friends are wel-
come. There is a charge.

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We fly to Florida
19 times a day.

Florida schedules,
effective Dec.15

Other airlines may cut back, but
we're adding even more flights
to Florida starting December 15.
So you can choose from 10 non-
stops and five thru-flights to
eight great Florida resorts:
Miami, Ft.Lauderdale, Tampa/
St.Pete, Orlando/Walt Disney
World, West Palm Beach and
Sarasota/Bradenton. Plus easy
connections to Jacksonville,
Daytona Beach and Ft. Myers.
Kick up your heels for just
$139 Tourist, $159 First Class,
one-way to any Delta city in
Florida. You can save a lot on
our Buy 'N Fly Discount Fareg,
with no restrictions. These fares
are good on any Delta flight to
Florida, except flights via New
Orleans. We also have lower
fares for a child, age 2-11, when
accompanied by an adult pas-
senger paying a Buy 'N Fly Fare.
Fares shown are good thru Jan-
uary 31,1981; slightly higher dur-
ing certain holiday periods. There
will be a small increase in these
fares from February 1 thru April
30,1981. Of course, other Delta
discount fares do not apply to
the Buy 'N Fly Discount Fares.
Delta also offers substantial
discounts on round trips. Ask
your Travel Agent about our
Supreme Super Saver Fares.
The American Express' Card.
Don't leave home without it:"
Traveling is easy when you carry
the American Express Card.
Use it to pay
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for your air-
line tickets,
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car rentals,
hotels, meals,
shopping—and most anything
else when you're on a trip. As a
Card-member, you can arrange
to extend payments for airline
tickets. If you haven't got, a Card,
pick up an application wherever
• the Card is welcome. Or call
American Express toll-free,
800-528-8000.

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To Miami Two nonstops a day
a Wide-Ridg Lockheed L-1011
'friStar at 9:00am, a thrifty
Night Coach at 10:00pm. Plus
one-stop thru-jets every morn-
ing and afternoon.
To Ft.Lauderdale Fly nonstop.
Take Delta's Wide-Ride rfriStar
at 9:15am or our Night Coach at
9:20pm. Other flight-times mid-
day and afternoon.
To Tampa/St.Pete Three non-
stops a day-10:15am, 5:00pm
and a thrifty Night Coach at
9:15pm.
To Orlando/Walt Disney
World Choose your nonstop at
9:00am or 9:00pm (Night Coach).
Or take a mid-day or evening
departure.
To West Palm Beach Delta's
got a morning nonstop at
9:35am, plus thru-jets at 4:00pm
and 9:00pm (Night Coach).
To Sarasota/Bradenton Four
flight-times daily—morning,
mid-day, afternoon—and a
Night Coach straight thru.
Your Travel Agent knows
Florida from head to toe.
Let a travel professional arrange
your hotel, rental car, airport
transportation and, of course,
your Delta tickets. No charge for
normal service. Or you can make
flight reservations by calling
Delta at 355-3200. e.k..•1=0E o , oless•or•als
LTA

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All schedules and fares are sub-
ject to change without notice.

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Delta also has daily flights to
JACKSONVIL LE.
DAYTONA BEACH, FT.MYERS,
SAN JUAN and NASSAU.
Via easy connections.

DELTA IS READY WHEN YOU ARE

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