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U.S. Rebukes Israel for Taking Arab Kolleck SaY Building to Benefit A J RUS EM (JT)-- g p- The Ministerial Expropria- was ill-timed latest U.S. rebuke to lsrael over tion to the statement by the tions Committee, headed by and becauset the expropriation of land in State Department's chief FinanceMinisterYigalHurwitz, not East Jerusalem has drawn no official comment from govern- merit sources but was challenged by Mayor Teddy Kollek. He said statements such as that issued by the State Department last week only aggravated tensions in the city and made life more lift!cult. How can we help you? LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES RESUMES BUSINESS CARDS INVOICES NCR FORMS FLYERS BROCHURES SCORE FOLD STAPLE COLLATE PAD STITCH CUT & TRIM PERFORATE ... to name a few ways! Our services are many, so give us a call. Across from Myron's near the Casselberry Post Office in LIVE OAKS CENTER spokesman Hodding Carter signed the expropriation order sive that the U.S. "deplores the March 11. Theaction followed Even while decision" to expropriate some a proposal by Housing State Dei 1000 acres of land "in oc- Minister David Levy that 1000 Kollek cupied territories." acres be seized for the pur- ment for He noted that the expropria- pose of constructing ] 0,000 execution. tion was within the city limits, housing units for Jews. "One was within the law and was The projects would link two sure from intended to prevent individ- Jewish neighborhoods, would have uals from illegally taking pos- French Hill and Neve Yaacov, sion of the session of the land. The State which are now separated by Department's reaction was mostly unused land, the bulk project," he grave, impulsive and one- of which is owned by Arabs. the sided," Kollek said. He main- Levy warned that unless the pretation." tained in a radio interview that land was expropriated, Arabs it was Israel's right and duty to would build on it. ( utilize the land for housing Ironically, Kollek was the strongly projects which, Kollek only Israeli official to publicly expropriation claimed, would benefit"Arabs object to the project, not in Jerusalem. and Jews alike." principle but ongroundsthatit spokesman the action considers However, the Israeli move permanent by Ben Kayfetz Toronto: a mass Jewish TORONTO (JTA)--Twenty- eight Jewish couples from the Soviet Union were "remarried" under the chupah in Adas Israel Synagogue in nearby Hamilton, Ontario, recently by Rabbi Morton Green, the synagogue's spiritual leader. To the strains of "mazel-tov, mazel-tov" they walked down the aisle of the synagogue for the first time in their lives openly proud of being Jews. The ceremony was shared by friends and relatives, some members of the congregation and the Hamilton Jewish com- munity and officials of the Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada who had come tc ee for themselves wedding for immigrants from the USSR. It was the third year in suc- A cession that the ceremony has taken place, and with more immigrants expected, next year's wedding may be the big- TO gest yet. The initiator is Green, an Orthodox rabbi who has VIENNA welcomed the newcomers last week into his shul. Carol Krames, diplomatic the Jewish Social Services representative director, was responsible for the wedding preparations, and was his teaching staff was respon- sible for the instruction in who has Yiddishkeit available for those various UN who wanted it. PLO Prior to the wedding, Green three years. spent hours interviewing each The move! couple, obtaining personal inf- first Western what is already becoming a formation and, when Casselberry, FI -':" in this cP" of 5000 necessary bestowing upon official. 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