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September 29, 1989 - Image 172

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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SHIFRA N. ZWICK

and

WORLD CLASS TRAVEL OF MICHIGAN, INC.

(an affiliate of World Class Travel of N.Y., Inc.)

Israel's Economic
Slowdown
Continues

have acquired the

Jules Doneson Travel Agency

We will be happy to service all your travel needs.

Wishing All Our Clients and Friends
A Healthy and Happy New Year

Shifra N. Zwick, President

(313) 353-5811 (800) 888-5041 Fax (313) 353-7477

Closed Saturdays and Major Jewish Holidays

American-Israeli
Consulate Closes

TRAVEL AGENCY INC.

21720 Eleven Mile Road • Harvard Row Mall • Southfield, MI

BAY POINTE
TRAVEL

NONSTOP LOW-COST
DELUXE CHARTERS

4088 Haggerty Rd.
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$259,

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$ 1799°

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Unlimited Mileage
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Monthly Rates from $599 incl. C.D.W ,

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RESERVAT & PREPYMNT

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IN NY: 212-629-6090

VALID 1/9 - 31/10

GOING TO THE AIRPORT? :'
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Corner of Haggerty

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CRUISES & TRAVEL

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$ 169 90

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Rates listed are Superfares and are capacity controlled.
'Includes Free Car for the 1st 24 hours on arrival. SPECIAL
ARRANGEMENTS FOR GROUPS. Flights include meals and
beverage services. Most destinations have optional
car/hotel packages. Operator participant contract re-
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172

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1989

CLASSIFIEDS
GET RESULTS!

Call The Jewish News

L,PJ

lel Aviv (JTA) — The sale of
durable goods in Israel declin-
ed sharply during the first six
months of the year, indicating
that Israel's economic
slowdown is continuing.
According to figures
published this month by the
Central Bureau of Statistics,
automobile sales were down
by 51 percent, compared to
the same period of 1988. The
sale of television sets was off
by 18 percent, washing
machine sales dropped 8 per-
cent and videotape recorders
were down 25 percent.
Only air conditioner sales
boomed, rising by 17 percent,
as a result of unusually hot
weather.

354.6060

Los Angeles (JTA) — The
American-Israeli Chamber of
Commerce has shut down
operations, citing lack of in-
terest and support from the
Israeli government and
business community.
Established 35 years ago,
the chamber functioned as a
non-governmental organiza-
tion, "fostering American-
Israel commercial activities,"
said Yona Tal, the chamber's
last executive vice president.
At its peak, the chamber had
some 350 members, but
numbers declined as original
supporters retired.
According to Irwin
Goldenberg, president of the
chamber, appeals for help
were sent "to all the impor-
tant people in Israel . . . and
the answer was zippo."
"Although the Israeli
government and business
community frequently utiliz-
ed our many services and
resources they were unwilling
to support the organization,"
said Tal. "With our closing,"
he added, "Israeli officials
will now have to do all the
detail work we did by
themselves."

Commerce Dinner
To Honor Many

The
American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce of
Michigan will hold its annual
dinner meeting 6:30 p.m.,
Oct. 16, at the Novi Hilton.
Doug Ross, former director
of the Michigan Department
of Commerce and Larry
Meyer, the director-designate,
Michigan Department of
Commerce, will be honored.
Israel trade awards will be
presented to Morton L.
Feldman, chairman of the

board; Raymond Palmer,
Mark S. Kahn, Michael
McDermott and Larry
Crockett. A special youth
award will be presented
Deborah Carp, Liz Greenberg,
David Pollack and Rob Weiss.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation call Shelly Komer
Jackier, 661-1948.

Isracard Credit
Goes European

.

Tel Aviv — Isracard, a
member of the Bank
Hapoalim Group, is now link-
ed with the international -
Eurocard-Mastercard net-
work permitting Israelis to
use their local credit cards for
the purchase of goods and ser-
vices throughout the world.
This move is considered im-
portant in light of the
changes which will occur as a
result of the consolidation of
Europe in 1992.

Area real estate broker
HOWARD MARCUS has
joined Boardwalk Realty Inc.

FOR WOMEN I

Food For Thought
Hosts David Syme

Internationally-known
pianist David Syme will per-
form at the Food For Thought
luncheon sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Federation

rJ

David Syme
Women's Division, 11:30 a.m.,
Oct. 12, at the Thwnsend
Hotel.
Syme made his perfor-
mance debut at age 14. Four
years later, he performed with
the Detroit Symphony, with
whom he has appeared on
eight occasions.
Having performed all over
the world, he has consistent-
ly won high praise. In repor-
ting a past Chopin Interna-
tional Piano Competition, the
press noted that "the most
thunderous and well-deserved
applause of the entire splen-
did assembly was accorded to
David Syme."

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