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New York (JTA) — For the first
time in Jerusalem's history, a sec-
tion of the city was named for an
American. On Sept. 16, a portion
of suburban Gilo will become
Kiryat Jack Weiler. "The dedica-
tion of Kiryat Weiler is historic.
Never before in Jerusalem has an
American been so honored by the
city of Jerusalem," said Teddy
Kollek, the city's mayor.
The dedication was part of a
visit of 120 American Jewish
leaders to Spain and Israel. It was
the largest group of American
Jewish leaders to visit Spain, a
country that has no formal dip-
lomatic ties with Israel.
Weiler, a New York real-estate
man and philanthropist, has
spent the past 40 years in service
to Jews throughout the world.
During this time, he has shied
away from general publicity and
permanent recognition of his
work. Now that he has turned 80,
he is permitting his leadership to
be publicly recognized.
The section of Jerusalem that
became Kiryat Weiler currently
houses 3,000 people and covers
64.5 acres. Its population is ex-
pected to increase to 5,000. Kiryat
Weiler is nestled in the southern
ridges of Jerusalem and is part of
the Gilo suburb. The ceremony
was attended by Kollek and offi-
cials of the Israeli government, as
well as by the American Jewish
During the visit in Spain, the
American group hoped to
strengthen ties with the Spanish
Jewish community and encourage
relations between Israel and
Spain. Spain's Jewish population
now numbers 12,000; it has been
estimated to have been as high as
400,000 in medieval Spain.
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Buenos Aires (JTA) —
President Raul Alfonsin told
Edgar Bronfman, president of the
World Jewish Congress, that he
would intervene with Spanish
authorities to encourage their
opening diplomatic relations with
Bronfman, on a tour of Latin
American Jewish communities,
met with Alfonsin at the
Presidential palace prior to a
meeting with the DAIA, the
representative body of Argentine
Jewry, and the Foreign Relations
Committee of the Argentie Se-
nate. Accompanying Bronfman at
the meeting with the President
were Israel Singer, WJC execu-
tive director, Gregorio Faigon,
chairman of the Latin American
branch of WJC, and DAIA
President Sion Cohen Imach.
During the talks, Alfonsin
made clear his opposition to the
equation of Zionism with- racism
at international forums. He as-
sured the Jewish leaders that at
future international meetings,
Argentina would not vote on this
issue as it had in the past but
rather "according to its con-
He promised to lend his good
offices in approaches to the Soviet
government to ease the plight of