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June 06, 1969 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-06

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111- arshall illissners Take Israel Fixes Damaged Oil Pipeline
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Oil slicks I back into Lebanon. A military
Honeymoon in Montreal spread
into the Sea of Galilee as a spokesman said blood stains and

Michele Wendy Goldstein, daugh-
telt ot the Hugh Goldsteins of Som-
erset Ave., Flint, became the bride
d Marshall Howard Missner, son
et the Daniel Missners of Chicago,
ID a noon ceremony last weekend
at Cong. Beth Israel.

Rabbi Hillel Millgram and
Cantor Abraham Ranani offici-
ated at the ceremony, after which
the newlyweds left on a trip to

Montreal and Toronto. They plan

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 6, 1969 - 15

To please, one must make up
Being married to a sleepy-souled
woman is just like playing at his mind to be taught many things
which
he already knows, by people
result of Arab terrorist destruc- an abandoned submachine gun cards for nothing; no passion is
tion of a segment of the 1,000-mile found by the patrol suggested that excited, and the time is filled up. who do not know them.
—Nicolas Chamfort
Arabian-American (Aramco) pipe- at least one of the guerrillas was —Samuel Johnson.
line in the Golan Heights area of injured. The 30-inch pipeline, COM-
Israel-occupied Syria. A splinter pleted in 1950, runs from Saudi
group of the Popular Front for the Arabia through Jordan and Syria
Liberation of Palestine claimed it to Lebanon. It carries some 30,000-
SEE or CALL
blew up the section of American- 000 tons of crude oil annually.
owned pipeline Friday night along Taxes on it in Lebanon earn that
the Banyas River in order that the country $4,000,000 annually. This
oil would pollute the river which is the first time the oil flow has
supplies water for Israeli settle- been interrupted since the Six-Day
ments and fisheries in the Hula War two years ago.
1350 N. WOODWARD, BIRMINGHAM
Valley.
RES. 642-6836
Israeli technicians have sealed
CALL BUS. MI 4-1930
(Officials of Tapline, the trans- the hole in the pipeline. Concrete
Arabian pipeline outfit, announced was used to prevent further
1
in Beirut that it closed down the seepage of oil into the Sea of
pipeline, which runs from Saudi Galilee. Two concrete blocks
Arabia to Lebanon. as soon as were installed at both ends of
pressure dropped at the Sidon out- the damaged pipeline. Israeli
let in Lebanon.)
sources said earlier the pipeline
Israeli firefighters succeeded in would not be repaired until
Our Entire Stock
extinguishing flames that raged A r a m c o guarantees protection
OFF
through the damaged pipeline. The against future sabotage. The Is-
of Brand Name
fire burned 14 hours - before Is- rael government, the sources
raelis, working with eight trucks say, may ask for increased se-
curity
for
the
pipeline
and
finan-
in tremendous heat, managed to
quell it. Bulldozers were utilized cial arrangements to protect its
to direct the flow of oil away from territory from pollution resulting
the headwaters of the Jordan from sabotage.
River. An Israeli spokesman, in- Permission was given to settle-
specting the water sources that ments in the Hula Valley to re-
form the basis of Israel's supply, sume.the pumping of waters from
said that "There was no cause for the Jordan River after it has been
alarm." Israeli officials said oil , cleared of oil. Only small quanti-
flowed from the damaged pipeline ties of oil could be detected in the
for two hours before the supply i water of the river. The oil has had
was cut off. Some oil was carried no impact on fish, Israel sources
ALT 2 RATIONS FREE
down the Banyas River into the said, but fishermen were instruct-
Jordan River, but officials said ed no
t to fish in the northern re-
there was no danger of contamina- gion of the lake until the oil is
LARGE SELECTION OF
tion. cleared chemically Five square
EDWARDIAN
An Israeli spokesman said an miles of the 64-square-mile lake
SUITS & SPORT COATS
Israeli army patrol engaged the were covered.
guerrillas just before they crossed

NEW CADILLAC?

ANDY BLAU

WILSON-CRISSMAN CADILLAC

JUST IN TIME FOR FATHER'S DAY!

20%

• SUITS • TOPCOATS • PANTS
• SPORTCOATS
• RAINCOATS

MRS. MARSHALL MISSNER

to live in Chicago.

The bride wore a pointe de rose
lace coat dress, with coachman
collar and cuffs of batiste, edged in
lace tatting. Tiny jeweled buttons
closed the front panel and long
sleeves, and a self-belted back fea-
tured soft, inverted pleats. Rolled
batiste roses secured her short,
tiered veil of English illusion. A
nosegay of Marguerite daisies and
miniature roses with French knot
streamers topped her small, silver
covered Bible.
Martha J. Goldstein of Chicago
' was the bride's attendant, and Carl
L. Dolnick of Chicago served as
best man.

•ALL FURNISHINGS • TUXEDOS
& FORMAL ACCESSORIES

Elect .. .

MELVIN WEISZ

Southfield Board of Education

Community

Calendar

June 9—Hadassah Board Meeting,
12:30 p.m., home of Mrs.
Lewis Sanford
—Council Community Rela-
tions Committee Meeting,
8:30 p.m., Temple Beth El
10—Bnai Brith Women Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., home
of Mrs. Marvin Persky
12—ZOA Meeting, 8:30 p.m.

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Former Flint Resident
Talks to Plastic Surgeons

Dr. Roger L. Greenberg, son of

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg,

1330 E. Court, spoke at a national
conference of plastic surgeons in
Ann Arbor.
The two-day conference is being
held at the Towsley Center for
Continuing Medical Education at
the University of Michigan.
Dr. Greenberg, a colleague of
Dr. Thomas Cronin, noted Houston,
Tex., plastic surgeon, for the last
two years, discussed breast im-
plants.
The work of Dr. Cronin and Dr.
Greenberg was described in a re-
cent issue of Medical World News
magazine.
Dr. Greenberg was graduated
from Central High School, the
U. of M. and Wayne State Univer-
sity Medical School.
In July, Dr. Greenberg and his
family will move to San Francisco
where he will be associated with a
group of plastic surgeons special-
zing in cosmetic and reconstruction
work.

Bar Mitzva

David Arthur Himelhoch, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Himelhoch,
will be called to the Tora as Bar
Mitzva June 14 at Cong. Beth Is-

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Howard Jeffrey Mirsky, son of

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mirsky, will

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