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I TRAVEL

Maalot

Continued from preceding page

MIAMI BEACH'S KOSHER BOARDWALK
OCEANFRONT HOTEL
(Collins Ave. & 25th St.)
Every Room Ocean or Bay View!
28 NIGHTS: FEB. 5-MARCH 4 - from $2,199 P.P. DBL. [4
21 NIGHTS: FEB. 19-MARCH 11 - from $1,699 P.P. DBL.
(Other Dates Can Be Arranged!)
INCLUDES:



--

R.T. Air and transfers & Baggage Handling • Hotel •
Fridge • Kosher Meals Daily • Planned entertainment
and activities daily • Pool • Beach • Tours • Shows •
Synagogue with daily services, all taxes & tips and much more!

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559-8620 or 1-800-875-TOUR (8687)

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Kosher
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JUNE 27-JULY 5 ....

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$1435

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MOTORCOACH TOURS:

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6600 N. Lincoln Avenue, Suite 306
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or

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FEB. 19-MAR. 6

TOURS • HOTELS • MEALS
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$255

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62

FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1992

government land with
developed infrastructure and
plans, and supervises the
building of its own home, at
half the cost of a similar home
in the Tel Aviv area. The pro-
ject is meant to attract new,
young settlers, to work in the
industrial enterprises.
Work has begun on Yafe Nof
("Beautiful View"), the
newest of these clumps of
heterogenous stucco villas.
Members of the younger
generation will build-their-
own-homes in a pine forest
planted by their immigrant
parents.
Elaine (Kopp) Levitt, a
former American Hadassah
president and activist, im-
migrated in 1973, moving to
Jerusalem with her two
children. There she worked

for the Jewish Agency and
two years later moved to
Maalot, to learn more about
development towns. Her job
was to encourage immigra-
tion and absorption in
Galilee, and one of her pro-
jects was a "trial living ex-
perience for foreign
volunteers" in the develop-
ment towns. With the same
ideology, she now runs a
private employment agency
in Tefen. She says, "It is the
people that make Maalot.
They really care about each
and every person that comes
here. We're still a long way
from where we want to be, but
living in a small town like
this, there is more chances of
attaining one's goals."



WZPS

I NEWS I

Senator Blames U.S.
For Israel's Troubles

Los Angeles (JTA) —
American policy is responsi-
ble for many of Israel's dip-
lomatic and economic prob-
lems, an influential U.S.
senator charged here.
Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-
Hawaii, said the United
States had broken its prom-
ise to consult closely with
Israel and take a neutral
stance on the current Middle
East peace talks.
"It appears that the
United States is not just an
honest broker but is projec-
ting the image of a partici-
pant," Mr. Inouye told some
900 supporters of the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs
Committee at a dinner here.
"I hope that we will see the
errors of our ways and ask
the Arabs to deal directly
with Israel as a sovereign
nation, not through the
United States," he said.
The veteran senator
pointed out that America
has largely reneged on
promises implicit in the
Camp David accords that
Israel would be compensated
for the loss of oil fields and
two major air bases after its
return of Sinai.
Mr. Inouye, who chairs the
influential defense ap-
propriations subcommittee,
also declared that the
United States is "a major
cause of Israel's economic
ills."
He lashed out at President
Bush's delay in granting
guarantees covering $10
billion in loans Israel is
seeking for the absorption of
Soviet immigrants.
Mr. Inouye compared
Israel's request to someone

with an excellent credit
rating asking a friend to co-
sign a loan from a bank. "All
we are asked to do is extend
the hand of friendship," he
said.
The senator announced
that he will fly to Israel for
three days of meetings with
senior officials. "When I
come back, I will share (the
officials') concerns with the
U.S. administration and my
colleagues," he said.
Another speaker at the
dinner, U.S. Rep. Lawrence

The United States
had broken its
promise to consult
closely with Israel
and take a neutral
stance on the
current Middle
East peace talks.

Smith, D- Fla., urged Ameri-
can Jews to redouble their
political efforts, because "we
are now less than 2 percent
of the country's population,
and our voice is becoming
smaller."
Despite demographics, the
Jewish community still re-
tains considerable clout, as
was attested by the presence
and vigorous handshaking of
no fewer than six Repub-
lican and Democratic can-
didates vying for Califor-
nia's two U.S. Senate seats
in the 1992 elections.
Also notable was the in-
creasing role played by resi-
dent Israelis in Jewish fund-
raising causes, with almost
10 percent of the audience
made up of Israelis.

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