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December 27, 1985 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-27

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Negev Lake
Is No Mirage

New York — Timna Valley
Park, located at King Solomon's
ancient copper mines in Israel's
Negev desert, is now the site of a
man-made recreational lake. The
lake is part of a multi-million dol-
lar Jewish National Fund recrea-
tional project to increase tourism
and benefit Israel's economy.
Timna Valley, 15 miles north of
Eilat, stretches across 17,500
acres of dolomite and limestone
cliffs surrounded by deep ravines.
The surrounding parkland has
been partially developed by JNF,
the thousands of visitors come
from throughout the world to ex-
perience the unique archaeology,
rare rock formations, and oppor-
tunities for walking and hiking.
The four-acre lake is equipped
with a pier and will include an
island planted with vegetation.
The lake will be used for swim-
ming, fishing and various water
sports.
JNF's development of the park
is a major land reclamation feat.

JNF engineers and planners are
creating road networks, levelling

land for public buildings, prepar-
ing hiking and walking trails,
constructing observation points
at archaeological sites, and plant-
ing trees for shading and wind
breaking. Future plans include
the restoration of archaeological
sites, the creation of picnic areas
and overnight camp facilities, and
the construction of a visitor's
center with a museum, theater,
restaurant, and exhibition hall.

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Jewish Law
Journal Printed

New York (JTA) — The first
issue of a journal of studies in
Jewish religious law, Beit Yosef
Shaul, has been issued by the
Joseph and Caroline Gruss Kollel
Elyon (post-graduate Kollel prog-
ram) of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary (RIETS) of
Yeshiva University.
The gold-bound 180-page Heb-
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Immigration Sag

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cent fewer immigrants came to Is-
rael during the first six months of
1985 than during the same period
in 1984, according to the Jewish
Agency's Aliya Department.
Immigration from Eastern
Europe dropped by 40 percent;
from Latin America by 25 per-
cent; from Western Europe by 15
percent, and from North America
by 20 percent.
Increased emigration from Is-
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behind the fall in aliyah, accord-
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