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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

aifa — At this Rosh
Hashanah season, it
is our annual custom
to review the new names
which made headlines in Is-
rael during the past year.
Once listed, a name does not
qualify again, so these are
the names of new per-
sonalities which, for better or
for worse, attracted major at-
tention here during the
twelve months just elapsed.
The order is alphabetical.
Moshe Bejski, justice of
the Supreme Court, headed
the commission of inquiry
that shook up Israel's bank-
ing system following their
rigging of bank shares, which
led to a collapse of bank
securities. The heads of all
the major banks and the gov-
ernor of the Bank of Israel
were compelled to resign, and
major reforms in the system
were recommended.
vice
Bush,
George
president of the U.S., paid a
four-day visit to Israel which
was regarded by many as
symbolizing the- continued
close and friendly relations
between Israel and the U.S.,
but was seen by some cynics
as a political gimmick in-
tended to advance his own
candidacy for the presidency
in the next U.S. elections.
King Hassan of Morocco
made history when he invited
Premier Shimon Peres for a
visit to Morocco to clarify re-
spective Israel and Arab
stands on Middle East issues.
Through a joint communique
issued at the conclusion of
the meeting, each side made
it clear that it could not ac-
cept the views of the other.
Though falling short of the
Sadat trip to Jerusalem, the
conference was nevertheless
regarded as a significant
milestone of progress, even if
only technical in nature.

Jonathan Jay Pollard,
U.S. naval intelligence
analyst in Washington, was
accused of spying for Israel
and of handing top secret
documents over to Israeli
agents. The charge was that
Israel embassy officials had
recruited Pollard and had
made payments to him for his
services. The case caused
considerable embarrassment
to Israel, and was exploited
by foes of the country seeking
to worsen Israel-U.S. rela-
tions.
Rafael Recanati, head of
the Discount Bank, at first
refused to follow the example
of his colleagues, the heads of
the other banks, by resigning
as recommended by the Be-
jski Commission. His bank
put up a sustained legal and
public relations battle, main-
taining that their bank was a
private business, and did not
have to heed the recom-
mendations of a government
commission which was not a
court of law. In the end, Re-
canati withdrew.
Rita, a new, home-grown
singing-acting star appeared
in the entertainment sky
suddenly during the year. A
powerful voice, a sparkling
personality, and public sym-
pathy for her because she
was not chosen as Israel's
representative to the Eurovi-
sion contest, helped consider-
ably by a skillful public rela-
tions campaign, made her an
instant hit. Her role as Liza
in the revival of the HebreW
version of My Fair Lady,
sures that this is a star
which will continue to shine
brightly.
Natan Shcharansky came
home to Israel after nine
years of a thirteen rear sen-
tence in a Soviet jail. He was
released as part of an East-
West prisoner exchange, and
has since come to symbolize
the unquenchable desire for
freedom by Russian Jewry.
His wife, Avital, who had led
the tireless fight for his re-

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