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L L I COMMUNITY CALENDAR Monday, Feb. 25 Tuesday, Feb. 26 10:00 a.m. 10:30 7 - 10 p.m. 8:00 Temple Israel Sisterhood Board Temple Emanuel Sisterhood JCCenter CRP BBW -- Lilah Chapter 10:00 a.m. ORT -- Virginia Beach 10:30 ORT -- Norfolk Motoaka Garden Club Magnolia Garden Club 7:30 p.m. BSH -- Membership Committee ORT -- Tri-City 8:00 Temple Emanuel Board Beth Sholom Home, Eastern Va. Board Wednesday, Feb. 27 Thursday, Feb. 28 Saturday, March 1 11:00 am. 10 - 2:00 p.m. 12:00 Noon 12:30 7 - 10:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. Beth E! Study Group UJF WD Training Program Ohef Sholom Sisterhood Study Group Golden Age Group UJF Training Prog. (Men & Women) Had. " Judith Board Beth Shoiom Home Auxiliary 8:00 p.m. JWV Auxiliary Ohef Sholom Board ORT -- Virginia Beach Evening JFS -- Special Meeting 9:30-12:30 s.m.JCC Purim Ball BBYO Dance Sunday, March 2 Monday, March 5 PURIM WD Telethon Beth El Purim Carnival 10:00 a.m. BBW -- Boker Tov 10:15 BBW -- Shire Board 10:30 Had. -- Hannah Senesh Board 12:00 Noon BBW -- Star of David Board 7:30 p.m. BBW -- Arista Board 8:00 Temple Israel Exec. Committee 7:00 YAD Do You Need a Job? We Can Help! JOB MATCH is Open: Tues. 6-9 p.m. Thurs. 4-7 p.m. Sunday 1-4 p.m. 489-8040  srmCT lUtIL SURBWffimN Sm 9. xg , Oqm. Mm:b.lmo .NI,. zm CARIBBEAN CROISE ' Saibrom Miami - 6 Pm of Ca" Colley Ave. Collay Village Announce the opening of its new store spe- cializing in wide width ladies shoes. Sizes 6- 12 (D-EEE). Fri - Feb. 29th February 22, 1980 -- UJF -- 7 Bar Mitzvah00 (Continued irom page 6) has changed very decidedly of late. There has never been such an opportunity for getting rich as today. All you have to do is to find a little oil well. According to an article in the New Republic, it costs only 47 cents to get a barrel of oil out of the ground to a tanker where it is sold for $23. Why waste time in the clothing or grocery business when you can reap such profits? During the past six years, we are told further, the OPEC countries have taken in over $800 billion. They are among the smallest countries in population in the world but they are getting, it seems, most of the money. The reason for this phenomenal success is, of course, that they have a virtual monopoly of oil. We hear a lot of loose talk about the evils of the competitive system. There is nothing wrong with the competitive system. Competi- tion makes things cheaper. It is a monopoly which raises prices. Monopoly is the oppo- site of competition. ,The monopolist raises prices by simply reducing the amount he sells. He gives less and gets more. The monopolist not only can charge what he wants, but he can do almost anything he wants -- including holding hostages. Few of the nations have come to the aid of the U.S, in the sanctions matter. They don't want to offend the oil monopoly. Yes, there are lots of new things to learn -- and we had better learn some of the quickly. ORT To Hold General Meetings The Virginia Beach Day Chapter of Women's American ORT will hold its general meeting for the month of Tuesday, Feb. 26 at the home of Mimi Karesh, 4617 Sam Snead Court in Larkspur. The business meeting will begin at 10 a.m., followed by a brunch and a program presented by Diane Randazzo of Casual Corner who will give pointers on how to coordinate a wardrobe. Reservations can be made by calling Helaine Grablousky at 420-6591 or Dian Goldmeier, 467-4499. The cost of the brunch is $2.50. Babysitting is available upon request only. Those interested in joining the chapter may attend as a guest. - PLAZA DOMINICANA Santo Domingo. Dominican Republic . EL CONQUISTADOR I,.o Ro 4EL SAN JUAN RESORT CENTER ,no Rico RYE TOWN HILTON (only 30 minutes from Manhattan) Lwted * mJ   the Arr4ro*'m Hoel, Bd Ffcwbour. F'k)nd ow o Ih Kulm Hvoff ResorL t. ALIO MAN OTH[ pASOVI PACKAGE R. Z. 'HAPPY" COHEN S H00IPPV - .,.o ..... TR00IMEL 5ERLIICE NO. 1 SOUTHERN SHOPPING CENTER {Above People's] moca ,.,, NOeeOLK, W.GONIAZ /&t "#' p[NINaUI*A ]BO-IaOS STEAK AND SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 875 S. Lynnhaven Parkway In The Farm Fresh Shopping Center PHONE 468-3006 I LUCA FORMER OWNER OF BROWNLEY'8, E.  IIADNDIgII. ' WISHES TO WELCOME HI8 OLD FRIEND8 AND CUBTOMMR8 TO HI8 N'lffr SPECIAL LUNCHEON DAILY $1.25 RgSTAURANT. COMPLETE DINNERS $3.95 CONVENIENT PARKING _ I BUSINESS MEN'S SPECIAL and up @lbe 00lock 00b0ppe TIDEWATER'S # 10LDS DEALER INVITES YOU COME BY FOR A TEST DRIVE IN A BEAUTIFUL NEW 1980 OLDSMOBILE lUrl su V. C. Baker Svice & Parts oept Open 7:30 AM to 5:30 Rd Monday tlwu Friday ,.,...,,,.,v.,__. J'tmt tl,MN tm t.M 8,m, tl I p,s lull i ,