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Prep A-2, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. Friday. September 21, 1079 li i i |1 i About the Cover.... The flight of a graceful dove towards sunrise symbolized the hopes of mankind for a peaceful future -- hopes that are spurred by the israeli.Egyptian peace talks and the beginning of the Year 5740. President Carter -- at the historic signing of the Camp David accords -- quoted this verse by Southern Baptist editor Walker L. Knight, which seems to capsule the zeal of the current movement: "Peace has one thing In common with Its enemy with the fiend it battles, with war. Peace is acdoe, not passive, Peace is doing, not waiting, Peace Is aggressive -- attacking. Peace plans its strategy and encircles the enemy. Peace marshals its forces and storms the gates. Peace gathers its weapons and pierces the defense. Peace -- like war -- is waged." Religious News Service photo W Canada, Israel Meet Over Embassy Move JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Rob- first stage of his fact-finding said Stanfeild and Dayan had eft Stanfield, the special mission to determine whether "a good meeting," which emissary of Canada's Prime the Canadian Embassy included a discussion of the Minister Joe Clark, met with should be moved from Tel Camp David agreements. Foreign Minister Moshe Aviv to Jerusalem. No details Burg characterized his Dayan and Intedor Minister were given about their talks, meeting with the Canadian Yosef Burg last eek in the Foreign Ministnj sources envoy as very important. ZEV BUFMAN ENTERTAINMENT, INC. Rutland's =- Co!on00a, Pla_00_za Mall, Orla._00ndo, F___lorid==a00 Open Meeting Called to Discuss National A general meeting of Jewish Federation mem- bership has been called for Wed., Sept. 26, 6 p.m., to discuss the distribution of national allocations for the coming year. The meeting will be held at the Federa- tion offices. Federation members, according to Executive Director Paul Jeser, is any adult who has made at least an $18 pledge this year, and has been current at some time within the past 24 months. I The directors $5,000 made to so.called! organizations. pose of the decide how to allocation many national WEST GERMAN CHANCELLOR HELM(IT SCHMIDT (r Dayan are shown at a September 10 meeting during talks In Bonn. Dayan West Germany for support of Palestinlan right of self-determination.  l Dayan Raps Bonn's TEL AVIV (JTA) -- Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan, returning from a three-day visit to West Germany last week, said the Bonn government's attitude toward Israel was positive despit e its strong criticism of Israel's settle- ments policy and its activity in south Lebanon. But he said those controversial issues did not come up in his talks with Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and Foreign Minister Hans- Dietrich Genscher. According to a report by Alfred Schroeder, JTA corres- pondent in Bonn, Dayan said at a press conference in Bonn before his departure that relations between Israel and West Germany have changed for the worse because of Bonn's support for Palestinian self-determination. He said that in Israel's view, that could lead only to the creation of a Palestinian state which Israel would veto. "We would have to veto any such decision or intention by the Palestinians," Dayantold reporters in Bonn, adding, "The idea that the Palestinian Arabs should have the right for self-determination is abso- lutely unacceptable to us." On the ther hand, Dayan said he had received assurances from the German Israel, warm government that there will be no official representation of current the Palestine Liberation in him one Organization in Bonn and that friends that the government will not Germany." establish relations with the cials have PLO. He said he was very policy pleased with his two lengthy as based talks with Schmidt. "The Mideast Chancellor expressed and European showed deep feelings toward munity.) Reaching dudng the summer) in editions. Published by Heritage Inc., 207 O'Bden Road, Fern Park, postage paid at Fern Park, FL and Subscdptions: $11.00 per calendar year ($I.00 more to the rest of the d.S.) Mailing Addresa: P.O. Box 742, Fern Park, GENE STARN, Editor and NICK RACKOFF, EDITORIAL: Managing Editor, Tit Coenson-Roth; Bay Bureau Manager, Conreapondent, Orah Elgar; Begelrnan, Linda Endier, Ellie Geier, PRODUCTION: Denice Lovequist, Fran For ADV-r.RTISING RATES and PHONES: Orlando (305) 834-8787 to Fern f (305) 834-8277 Tampa (813) 224-0070 to Fern Members of Jewish Service, Amer/can Jewish HAPPY NEW 327-0214 83