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Friday, April 16, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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tourism hits the front pages I do now," worries Hahn
when only one million visit Shiff, who chairs the
Israel Scene Magazine
Israel — a three percent de- board of Israel's newly-
When a crease from previous years. formed Tourism Council.
—When
With tourism ranking He believes that if Israel
Johannesburg couple and
their 10-year-old son alongside diamonds and ag- could attract twice the
checked into a Haifa hotel riculture as a major con- number of tourists, it
in 1948, the event made tributor to the national cof- would be a boon to the
headlines in local newspap- fers, there is just cause for budgetary balance.
concern.
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"Two million tourists
"Never have I seen as
Today, 34 years later and
would
generate approx-
30,000 hotel rooms later, many hotels up for sale as imately $3 billion of na-
tional income, thus surpas-
sing the total earnings from
diamonds, agriculture and
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could give Israel a signific-
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world phosphate markets,
according to the Energy
Ministry geologists who
discovered the deposit re-
cently. It contains between
40-200 million tons of phos-
phates.
The concentration is
31-34 percent phosphoric
oxide, which is considered
rich. Like other phosphate
deposits, this one also con-
tains uranium, but it is not
yet known whether its re-
covery would be eco-
nomically feasible.

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Resolution on UN-
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NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Congress
has called on the Reagan
Administration to support a
bipartisan resolution in the
Senate and House that
would require the United
States to suspend its par-
ticipation in the U.S. Gen-
eral Assembly and withhold
its assessed contribution to
the UN if "Israel or any
other democratic state is
expelled, suspended , denied
its credentials or denied its
rights" at the UN.

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