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July 26, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-26

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22—Friday, July 26, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israelis Study Expansion
of Technical Education

HAIFA (JTA)—In a move to
implement a decision by the board
of governors of the Technion, Is-
rael's Instiute of Technology, to
expand the undergraduate enroll-
ment at the institution, the Tech-
nion Council has appointed a spe-
cial committee to study the expan-
sion of technical education in Is-
rael.
The Israel government had re-
quested a 40 per cent increase in
student enrollment in the engi-
neering faculties of the Technion
to provide for an anticipated
growth in demand for technical
engineering personnel. The institu-
tion had announced plans to en-
large its undergraduate body by
400 a year, starting in 1969.

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Carl E. Rosner Takes Detroiter Tells Tail Mitchell Slotkin Weds ( by Tucson Community
Miss Hinder of S. Afr ica NEW YORK (JTA — Programs
Lorene Salter as Bride of Whoa About
to carry out recommendations of

Horses in Israel

There is a side to the Middle
East situation that rarely—if ever
—occurs to anyone but a horse
lover: the fate of the Arabian
horse.
Detroiter Leon Silber, a school
counselor who raises Arabians as
an avocation, described the horses
of Israel for a trade journal, "The
Horseman's Courier." Silber, 1676
Lincolnshire, had spent eight
weeks touring Israel seeking out
Arabian horses after the Six-Day
War.
The Detroiter said he saw a
group of some 25 horses brought
back from Jordan during the war.
They had been found wandering
MRS. CARL ROSNER
free in near-starving condition.
Lorene Sue Salter and Carl The Tel Aviv Police Department
Erwin Rosner were united in mar- was trying to save three or four
riage recently in a ceremony outstanding mares, pure-bred des-
solemnized by Rabbi M. Robert ert Arabians. The rest probably
Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach, would have to be destroyed.
at the Raleigh House.
The finest horses Silber ob-
served were those of the police
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Dina Salter of Dartmouth Ave., department in Tel Aviv and a
Oak Park, and the late Mr. Harry stable of horses at the National
Salter. The bridegroom is the son Park. However, he said, few
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosner of horses in Israel are officially
registered as purebred Arabi-
Oneida Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of silk ans, which makes it impossible
organza over taffeta with beaded to authenticate their lineage.
appliques of Alencon lace and a
Silber also bemoaned that
matching lace chapel train. Her "many Arabians (horses) live un-
veil was of a beaded rose-petal der very poor conditions" and that
design.
"many horses are used in the
Michael Salter of Cleveland gave cities to pull wagons.
his sister in marriage.
The Tel Aviv mounted police,
Leonore Kingston was matron with some 25 horses, buys them al-
of honor. Audrey Freeman served ready trained for saddle. The de-
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids partment, in turn, trains them for
were Lori Jaffee, Sharon Rott, traffic duty, he said.
Raneta Rott, Judy Sonshine and
On one of the few kibutzim that
Arlene Spinner. Other attendants
were Nancy and Sharna Bloom. keep horses, said Silber, he saw 18
Michael Rosner served his head kept in excellent condition
brother as best man. Michael in a converted dairy enclosure. He
Morganroth, Allen Zimberg, attributed their good looks to
Leonard Spinner, Allen Ben, their diet: hay, cut grass and
Ronnie Cowan, Barry Graff and kitchen scraps.
The kibutznik who maintains
Jerry Lakritz were ushers.
After a honeymoon trip to Miami the horses said he feeds them
and Bahamas, the couple is resid- everything but hot peppers. "Not
because he wants to, but because
ing in Farmington.
it is all he has," said Silber. "I
watched the horses eat, and they
Mrs. Meir's Resignation
seemed to enjoy it."

Accepted ; Successor Eyed

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The secre-
tariat of the Israeli Labor Party
will meet to select a secretary-
general to succeed Golda Meir,
who declared last weekend that
her resignation from the party post
was final.
Her resignation has been ac-
cepted. Premier Levi Eshkol said,
"We have spent much energy in
trying to change her decision, but
in vain."
A number of possible successors
have been mentioned, including
Finance Minister Pinhas Saphir.

DAWN/

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Israel Exempts Immigrant
From Certain Taxes

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The de-
partment of internal revenue said
that all immigrants or foreign
residents who arrived in Israel
after 1948 are entitled to exemp-
tion from inheritance taxes on
large portions of their estates. The
exemption applies to a person's
total assets overseas and all as•.
sets sent to Israel before he set-
tled here, the department said.

BY HENRY LEONARD

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Commission on Civil Disorders
have been reported by a number
of Jewish organizations in Tucson.
The Tucson Jewish Community
Council appropriated $1,000 to
participate in Tucson's Alliance
for Youth p r o j e c t. Some con-
stituent organizations have joined
to provide additional .funds to en-
gage part-time workers through
the Alliance for jobs at the Jewish
Center and the Handmaker Jew-
ish Nursing Home.

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For her marriage, at the Temple
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and was attended by Mrs. Donald
Slotkin. Best man was Curtiss
Slotkin, brother of the bridegroom.

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