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Page D.2, HEIIITAGE, Florida Jewish News, Friday, September 21, 1979 On WMFE-TV Ch. 24 PBS to Reveal PlLO00Soviet 'Connection' "The Russian Connection," a documentary that details hard evidence of Soviet involvement in the training of PLO terrorists, will betelevised Wed., Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. and Mon., Oct. 10 at 11 p.m. on PBS WCE-TV Channel 24. "The Russian Connection," a cproducEon of KERA-TV, Dallas/Fort Worth, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, features the first public admission by PLO officers of their training in the Soviet Union. The program reveals the type of training the,] received and the names and places of the Soviet KGB camps where terrorist training takes place. Three other terrorist groups from Africa and the Middle East also receiving training are named by those who trained with them in Russi& "The Russian Connection" begins with the.death of Gall Rubin, an American photogra- pher murdered by a Fatah terrorist squad on a beach in Israel in March, 1978. Surrounding her death was a web of connections in trans- national terrorism that reached to the Soviet Union, East Germany, Syria and to PLO training bases in Lebanon. Analysis and commentary are given by Ray Cline, formerly head of Intelligence, U.S. Department of State, now director of the Center for Strategic Studies, George = town University;, Brian Crozier, director of the Institute for the Study of Corlflic London; and by General Shlomo Gazit, head of Israeli Military Intelligence, 1974-79. Cline calls the Soviet training activities and support part of a pattern of "low intensity warfare" serving Soviet geo- political interests in the Middle East and elsewhere. The experts' commentary also considers questions regarding the free wodd's response to the intention of Soviet involvement in terrorism. Veteran broadcast journalist Marilyn Berger will serve as anchor for the documentary. Producer for "The Russian Connection" is Herb Krosney. HAPPY ROStl ttASttANAtI! Throughout our Jewish history, our Yomin HaNoraim (High Holy days) have been a time of awe -- when we are commanded to take stock of our lives and present ourselves for divine judgement. We take part in High Holy day wor- ship as our ancestors did, confronting our inmost being, supported by the entire congregational family. Only in such a community do we find the strength to be truly alone and open before God. May you ,find in your worship during these holiest of days, honest introspection, strength, and the prerme of God, that all your days be blessed. Julia Joseph Helping People a Lifetime Leshanah tovah tikkathevu Following retirement from about 30 years of work with the Children's Bureau of indianapolis, including the position of adoption supervisor, Julia Joseph came to Odando about six years ago to continue what she does best -- helping people. Soon after her arrival in this area, Joseph began volunteer work with the Jewish Federation when it "seemed evident.,' she said, "we needed a Jewish Family Service." Currently vice president of the JFS board, Joseph said, "Being on the task force and seeing JFS develop with professional leadership and acceptance in the community was extremely satisfying." "We do have poor people who need help," Joseph said, "and financial help is a part of JFS, but just as important is the counseling to help an individual better adjust to i family and community crisis il situations." i Joseph likes working with people and she especially loves children. Born and reared in Kansas City, Joseph received a bachelor's degree in social work at Washington !i University, St. Louis, and a E Master's degree in social work _ from Indiana University. Her first practical experience was i at a Jewish child placement === agency. "1 began part-time work for six months and stayed for 20 years," she said. i One of the most exciting === times in Joseph's career was _, when she became adoption supervisor in Indianapolis, ___ responsible for the placement of more than 1,100children in permanent homes, at the largest private agency in the midwest. She also supervised students at the Indiana University School of Social _ Work. Joseph was the first woman president of the Jewish Family and Children's i Seces in Indiana, was i appointed to a commission on i displaced persons by the late Indiana governor, Henry F. Stricker, and' has worked with i the community Service i Council of Indianapolis on numerous projects. -= Joseph also worked on I= adoptive placement of children who are hard to find m === === i JULIA JOSEPH homes for, including Black, bi- racial and handicapped children, and is a member of the Child Welfare League of America and the National Association of Social Work. About two months after Joseph arrived here, she began teaching at the University of Central Florida social work department as a visiting associate professor. After two years of teaching, she diverted her attention to the JFS task force and the establishment of a full-fledged JFS agency. In addition to JFS, Joseph has held various offices in Hadassah, including educa- tion vice president of the Orlando chapter and Rishona group, corresponding secretary of both, vice president of Rishona-Masada group, and leader of many study group discussioris. She also has been a board member of Temple Israel's Sisterhood, leads a study group for Brandeis University Women, and has presented book reviews to various community organizations. She is a board member of the Justice and Peace Office, a small non-denominational group which combating hunger, and Alcohol tion and alcoholism. feeling people," what I can believe in just Jewish help the larg " In addition schedule, time to reading family. husband, parents of Orlando, she because daughters Pitseleh Charles Montreal, Montreal National vainly game being night, being Toronto TCIYIPLE: ISRAEZ CARES/ Rabbi Chaim Rozwaski Harold L, Greenberg, President Renee Green, Youth Director Etty Baru, Education Director Rabbi David Arzeuane, Bar & Bat Mitzvah Director Elaine Farb, Choir Membership, Dick Zimmerman Stuart & Joann Farb