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August 07, 1992 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-07

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NEWS r"""m°'

IT'S THEIR "60TH"!

Kith Kloz

Unique Children's
Fashions.

Maxine And Herb Weinberg Of Travel Max

Orchard Lake Rd. North of Maple • West Bloomfield

Recently returnedfrom their 60TH CRUISE

DOLL
REPAIR

Sailing On The Unique and Super-Deluxe "Radisson Diamond" *

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1992

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Jerusalem (JTA) — The
last of a long series of weekly
flights carrying Ethiopian
immigrants to Israel is
scheduled to arrive here
next week, according to Sim-
cha Dinitz, chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Israel.
Mr. Dinitz, who also chairs
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, made the announce-
ment at the WZO Ex-
ecutive's weekly session.
The flight is expected to
carry 40 immigrants. About
300 Jews will remain behind
in Ethiopia, scattered in
villages in the northern
region of the country, which
will only become accessible in
September, after the rainy
season. They will be brought
to Israel in family groups or
individually.
Mr. Dinitz reported that
since the inception of the
regular immigrant flights in
September 1991, some 4,035
Ethiopian Jews have arrived
here, at the rate of 100 to
130 a week. After next
week's flight, the total
number of Ethiopian Jews
who will have arrived in
Israel since the airlifts of the
1980s will be 45,000.
Mr. Dinitz also reported
that some 23,798 Ethiopian
Jews are still housed in tern-
porary quarters, 7,723 in ab-
sorption centers, 10,812 in
caravan sites and 5,263 in
hotels. Only 481 of those
who arrived during and
since the 1991 Operation
Solomon airlift are already
in their permanent homes.
On Sept. 1, the Jewish
Agency will transfer respon-
sibility for absorbing the
new immigrants of Opera-
tion Solomon to the govern-
ment.

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Israeli Seeks
Compromise

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A
member of the Israeli
Cabinet will soon be leaving
for Washington to hold talks
with American officials
about Israel's stance in a
fraud and bribery case in-
volving General Electric Co.
and a former Israeli general.
Justice Minister David
Libai has said that he will be
leaving for Washington "in
the very near future." He
will lead an official Israeli
delegation that will be seek-
ing a compromise to a stan-
doff between the two
governments that has de-
veloped in the wake of the
bribery scandal.

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