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April 19, 1987|LAUREN TSUJIMOTO

JAT Yugoslav Airlines is offering a saving of $150 on its inaugural flight from Los Angeles to Yugoslavia on May 2. The new service departs Los Angeles every Saturday at 6 p.m., stops in Chicago and Zagreb, Yugoslavia, before arriving in Belgrade.

Alberta, Canada, has established a tourist office in Los Angeles that has information about the 1988 Winter Olympics. Write Alberta Government--Tourism, 333 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles 90071, or phone (213) 625-1256.

Now through Dec. 31, Air Inter, the French domestic airline, is offering a $210 France Pass allowing unlimited air travel on all 50 Air Inter routes for seven days. The days do not have to be consecutive but must be taken within a one-month period. Exempt are flights during peak hours, which represent about 15% of 300 daily flights. Details can be obtained through travel agents.

Ann Murray, of London Belongs to You, will give a series of five talks on the history, architecture and literature of London May 4-8 in the auditorium of the Long Beach Public Library, 101 Pacific Ave., Long Beach. The 75-minute illustrated lectures will be presented at both noon and 7 p.m. Cost of the series is $15. For a brochure and to register, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Friends of the Public Library, Suite 126, P.O. Box 33, Long Beach 90801.

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