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June 03, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-03

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Tourism reached its peak in
1985, when a record 425,000
American travelers visited
the country, Linn-Lipzin said.
Of those, 8,500 visitors were
from Michigan — mostly the
Detroit metropolitan area.
By 1986, he said, tourism
began to plummet as terrorist
threats and the hijacking of
the Achille Lauro scared pro-
spective travelers. Only
225,000 U.S. travelers visited
Israel that year — 4,500 from
Michigan. In 1987, tourism
started to rise again with
325,000 visitors — 6,000 from
"The press has created an
image that there is a war,"
said Anita Peleg, Israel
government tourist director of
marketing. "It is the type of
situation that is difficult to
predict. But Israel is a
wonderful place to visit and-
there is no reason to defer
trips because of some riots in
places tourists never go
anyway. Business is slowly
picking up because the media
has quieted down a bit."
Lynn Koppinger, Michigan
regional sales manager for El

Al Israel Airlines, added that
business was fine for the first
three months of the year. But
El Al has reduced its schedule
for the summer because pre-
booked tours are down. She
said the airline is ready to
add flights as necessary.
"There is no reason not to
go," Koppinger said. "The
Israel government would be
the first to say not to go if
there was a problem. If you
are Jewish, they need you
Howard Stone, tourism vice
president for Operation In-
dependence, a network of
business associates that aims
to help Israel become
economically independent,
agrees that the country relies
on tourism and said its
leaders wouldn't jeopardize
Israel's future by lying to the
public about its safety.
"There is something very
sad here. I can't believe that
Americans are so naive that
they think its unsafe," he
said. "The real problem is
the galut mentality of
the American Jewish com-


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10 FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1988

not be reduced in the current
Rumors circulating among
hospital staff that 200 to 400
additional employees will lose
their jobs are "without
authority," Shapiro said.
He speculated the rumors
may stem from a contingency
plan Sinai established "in the
event that there are changes
in the hospital field. We found
ourselves in the past year
without a plan."
Sinai trimmed 150 jobs in
May 1987 due to declining ad-
missions and reductions in
federal and state insurance
reimbursements. It was the
first time the hospital reduc-
ed its work force since open-
ing in 1953.
Sources among the hospital
staff complained that while
jobs are being cut, positions
are being created for
employees of the Touche Ross
consulting firm which
assisted Sinai in its
reorganization. Mike Lacosta
was hired as associate ad-
ministrator for planning and
operations management.
Larry Green was hired as vice
president of operations, an
already existing position.
Shapiro said the two left
Touche Ross to join the Sinai
staff as in-house consultants
because, "We felt Larry and
Mike could offer service to the
Of hospital employees fac-
ing lay offs, Shapiro said,

"We're trying to be respectful
of people with whom we've

Court Allows
Women Officials

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
Supreme Court ordered the
Tel Aviv City Council to allow
a woman on the council to
serve on the committee that
chooses the city's chief rabbis.
The order was the second in
four days to chip away at the
Orthodox religious establish-
ment's exclusion of women
from meaningful participa-
tion in religious affairs. The
high court ruled that a
woman may sit on local
religious councils.
Both rulings were hailed by
liberal and women's groups.
The office of Ashkenazi
chief rabbi in Tel Aviv is va-
cant. A leading candidate,
Chief Rabbi Yisrael Lau of
Netanya, has said in the past
he would not accept the post
if a woman sat on the commit-
tee that appointed him.
But Lau may have relented.
He hinted in a television in-
terview that he might sug-
gest to the Chief Rabbinate
that it obey the court's ruling.
The ruling involves only the
one-third of the committee
members who are appointed
-by the municipality. The
other two-thirds are selected
by the rabbinate.

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