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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, December 7, 1976 C3 Way Clears for Surgical Unit To Begin Operation Official: Soviet Strategy Linked To S. Africa Mineral Control Jon Moyle, the physicians attorney, said they were pleased with the decision to grant the certificate in lieu of appealing to the courts. Once established, the Ambulatory Surgical Center of West Palm Beach will be available to all licensed physicians in Palm Beach County treating patients needing minor surgery or anesthesia for dental work. Patients go to the center for laboratory test one day, go back the next day for surgery or other treatment and return home to recuperate avoiding a costly overnight stay in the hospital. - MARTHA MUSGROVE TALLAHASSEE - The office of community medical facilities has issued a "certificate of need" clearing the way for a group of West Palm Beach doctors to establish an ambulatory surgical center estimated to cut in half patients' costs for minor surgery. A spokesman for the group said the certificate was issued last week, seven days after a state hearing examiner overruled an initial decision by the medical office to deny the certificate because the facility might compete with a similar center recently established at Good Samaritan Hospital. glehold on strategic minerals," he said. For that reason, he said, all Americans should take an interest in obtaining a peaceful settlement to the longtime question of black rule in South Africa. Another strategic concern, he said, is that Communist control of South Africa might endanger the international shipping lanes around the Cape of Good Hope. "Forty per cent of American oil - your oil - goes around the Cape," he said. "Eighty-five per cent of Europe's oil goes around the Cape." Chrome, produced mainly in Rhodesia and Russia, is another concern, he said. Adler, who admitted his mission in the United States is to try to explain South Africa's side of the country's racial situation, said his country has been operating for a year on the official policy of ending racial discrimination. He compared his country's racial troubles and rioting to racial problems in the United States 10 to 20 years ago. "The attitude in South Africa was (until this year) very much as it was in the United States until the early '60s," he said, referring to widespread racial bigotry or discrimination. "You've proved now that there was change in your country and we're only starting to prove." Adler said the racial situation in South Africa is "one of the most complex situations in the world as far as racial and cultural make-up" because there are nine black tribes numbering about 15 million people, not all of whom get along very well. There are 4.5 million whites, who rule the country, and about one million Asian Indians, he said. One of the country's black tribes, or homelands, already has been given its complete independence, he said, and another is scheduled to be, given independence in January. This policy will continue until all nine black tribes are given independence, leaving a white majority in the remainder of South Africa. Adler said homelands are given independence only after the government feels they are suit- By BUD NEWMAN Post Staff Writer If racial tensions in South Africa erupt into full-scale racial war allowing a Communist takeover of the area's strategic minerals, "the balance of power will be shifted to such an extent that the Russians will call the tune," a South African information official said yesterday. "We have over 90 per cent of the world's gold; we have over 90 per cent of the world's diamonds; we have over 90 per cent of the world's uranium," said Johan Adler, the government of South Africa's deputy consul-general for information in New York. Adler was in West Palm Beach yesterday to meet with reporters. If these mineral reserves fall under the control of the Communists, who Adler said are opposing peaceful settlements and encouraging racial civil war, "the west and the U.S. would be totally dependent on the Russians." "I'd say that they (the Russians) would have such a control on the west they'd have a stran Johan Adler . . . power could shift ably developed, so no precise time table can be given for total black independence in South Africa. "Each (homeland) has to be developed to a separate level before it can attain independence," he said. Adler feels his country is moving properly to solve the long-fought battle over whether blacks should rule South Africa, but he worries about neighboring Rhodesia where Prime Minister Ian Smith has pledged to turn the government over to the blacks in two years. Unused Wheeled Toys Can Be Made Usable Id) 1 Empty Stocking Fund OHIO PLAYERS "GOLD" son, 10; Mrs. A. V. Mory, 10; J. L. 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