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June 01, 1973 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June

, 1973-15

Community Calendar

Sam Winston is the new
president of Bnai Brith Flint
Lodge. He will be installed
at the Bnai Brith annual
dinner-dance June 10 at
Country Squire.

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June 3—Cong. Beth Israel
Fun Day, 11 a.m.
4—Cong. Beth Israel
Religious Committee
Meeting.
—Combined Commu-
nity Relations Com-
mittee and Social Ac-
tion Committees, 8
p.m., Temple Beth
El.
5—ORT Meadowbrook
Tour and Lunch,
12:30 p.m.
—Conformation Serv-
ice, 8 p.m-. Temple
Beth El.
6-7—Shavuot.
6—Confirmation Serv-
ice, 8:30 p.m., Cong.
Beth Israel.
7—Cong. Beth Israel
Board Meeting, 8
p.m.
—JWVA Board Meet-
ing, 8 p.m., home of
Mrs. Jerome Yale,
5805 Leslie.
* * *
Ann Lebster Chapter, Ha-
dassah, saw Mrs. Milton
Barkman installed as presi-
dent at an installation meet-
ing at Cong. Beth Israel. The
following women wil serve
as her executive board:
Mesdames Norman Sorscher,

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all Parties

Jack Brenner, Henry Schafer
and Benzion Gotlib, vice
presidents; Ronald Gold-
stein, treasurer; David Stone,
Lionel Conn, and Saul Mar-
key, secretaries. The con-
cluding event of the season,
the annual Hadassah Sup-
plies Garden Party and Auc-
tion, will be held 12:30 p.m.
June 18 at the home of Mrs.
Milton Weiss, - 1910 Hampden.
At a recent bowling ban-
quet, Hadassah bowlers elect-
ed their new officers for the
coming year. They are:
Marla Stone, president; Es-
telle Hartman, vice presi-
dent; Mimi Hanflik, treas-
urer, and Sandy Kahrnoff,
secretary. The league will be
bowling 9:30 a.m. Thursdays
at Skyway Lanes, beginning
in September. Anyone wish-
ing to bowl with Hadassah,
may call Mrs. Stone, 742-
6375. Mrs. Sam Cossman,
outgoing president of Hadas-
sah, accepted a check from
the Hadassah bowlers for
Hadassah projects.
* * *
Jewish War Veterans ax-

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Jew Named Finance
Chief in Argentina
New President Cited

;

iliary members Mrs. Ben
BUNEOS AIRES (JTA) —
Boren, Mrs. Irving Kirsh-
baum and Mrs. Jerome Yale Jose Bar Gelbard, a Polish-
visited the Caro State Home born Jew, has been appoint-
ga a n d v e aT r
School re n ed finance minister in Ar-
Sc
party for
s i- gentina's new government.
dents of the home. They pre-
The appointment was an-
sented a dozen new table- nounced at the inauguration
cloths.
of President Hector J. Cam-

Karen B. Goldberg
New Mrs. Kupetz

MRS. STEWART KUPETZ

Karen Beth Goldberg be-
came the bride of Dr.
Stewart Z. Kupetz in an eve-
ning ceremony at Cong. Beth
Israel. Rabbi Gilbert Kollin
officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William
Goldberg of Shadyoak Trail.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Kupetz of Westbury, N. Y.
The bride wore a silk satin
gown accented with peau
d'ange lace and seed pearls.
She carried a bouquet of
pastel flowers and baby's
breath.
Mrs. Aron Rolnitzky was
her sister's matron of honor.
Best man was Dr. Eric
Kohleriter of New York. Also
participating were grand-
parents of the bridegroom,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiss
of New York.
After a honeymoon in the
West, the couple will live in
Los Angeles.

50 Countries Buy
Israel Arms Exports

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael's military industry ex-
ports last year reached $108,-
000,000 — $36,000,000 more
than the previous year.
This was reported by mili-
tary industry chiefs who said
that 50 countries purchase
the products of the Israeli
military industry.
The details were given at
a preview of the military in-
dustry pavilion at Israel's
economic and industrial ex-
hibition. Israel's industrial
and economic progress
through the 25 years of state-
hood are being exhibited at
the pavilion.
Israel's "Gabriel" missile
is on public display for the
first time at the stand of the
Israeli aircraft industry, side
by side with the civilian and
military versions of the
Arava planes and the Com-
modore jet executive plane.
Marine radar and airfield
radar installations also are
displayed.
A spokesman for the Is-
raeli aircraft industry has
denied French allegations
that Israel is producing jet
engines for the Mirage inter-
ceptors.

e

P°ra
Gelbard,

56, who came to
this country with his parents
as a child, is also acting min-
ister of commerce and agri-
culture until permanent ap-
pointments are made.
It is believed that his first
step will be to tighten cur-
rency controls as a step in
combating the skyrocketing
inflation.
Israel Health Minister Vic-
tor Shemtov represented the
Israeli government at in-
augural ceremonies.
Well-informed Jewish circles
here have expressed satis-
faction with President Cam-
pora's inaugural address.
They noted that his remark,
"We are conscious of plIral-
ism in Argentine society,"
was the first statement of
its kind ever made by a
president of Argentina.
The circles also have call-
ed attention to the fact that
while Campora expressed
sympathy for national liber-
ation movements in many
parts of the world, including
Vietnam, he omitted the
Middle East. It is believed
in Jewish circles that the
omission was deliberate to
avoid hurting the feelings of
one side or another in that
region.

Hebrew U. Friends
Conclave Set in DC

WASHINGTON — The Na-
tional Founders Conference
of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, will
take place June 9-10 at the
Shoreham Hotel here. Future
plans for intercultural rela-
tions with Israel will be
charted. Among the dele-
gates is Detroiter Charles E.
Feinberg.
The Judah L. Magnes Gold
Medal Award Dinner June 9
will honor Charles Smith of
Washington, D.C. for out-
standing service to the He-
brew University.
Justice Shimon Agran•t,
president of Israel's Supreme
Court; Simha Dinitz, ambas-
sador to the U.S.; and Avra-
ham Harman, president of
the Hebrew University; will
speak.
University of Michigan's
Prof. William Haber, chair-
man of the Academic Coun-
cil of American Friends, will
be a discussant.

A program on evolving
marriage forms, an effort to
examine some of the possible
outcomes for contemporary
marriages, will be presented
8 p.m. Wednesday at the
Great Lakes Club by the
MICHIGAN INTER -P R 0-
FESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
ON MARRIAGE, DIVORCE.
AND THE FAMILY, INC.
Cocktails are at 6 p.m. and
dinner at 7 p.m. For reserva-
tions, call the association of-
fice, 963-8840. Dr. Gertrude
Zemon Gass and Dr. William
C. Nichols, consulting psy-
chologists, will speak. Dis-
cussants will be Dr. Lillian
E. Troll, associate professor,
department of psychology,
Wayne State University, and
outclasses
all Msgr. Clifford F. Sawher,
Integrity
other kinds of pull in the pastor, Assumption Grotto
—Anon. Church.
long run.

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