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January 18, 1980 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Misunderstanding Fed Dispute
in Local Girl's Israel Wedding

Karen Dickstein's mar-
riage to Howard Levin has
created a storm among reli-
gious circles because their
marriage in Israel was be-
lieved to have been per-
formed by a Reform rabbi
without a witnessing Or-
thodox rabbi.
The new Mrs. Levin spoke
to The Jewish News last
week from her parents'
home in Orchard Lake be-
fore returning to the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Karen,
21, is a senior in nursing
and expects to return to Is-
rael in July after complet-
ing her degree and taking
the state board examina-
tions in nursing.
Karen's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Dicks-
tein, are long-time mem-
bers of Temple Beth
Jacob in Pontiac. Karen
met Howard, who is from
the Chicago area, when
she attended a Reform

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Howard made aliya in
1977 and Karen has been
visiting him at the Reform
Movement's Kibutz Yahel
in Israel during summer
and winter vacations for the
past two years.

Oil Price Hike
Affects Israel

MEXICO CITY (JTA) —
Israel will pay about 30 per-
cent more for Mexican oil
during the first quarter of
1980 than it did last year
and can expect to pay still
more later as a result of
price hikes announced last
week by the state-owned oil
company, Pemex.
Mexico became a major
supplier of oil to Israel after
Iranian oil was cut off by the
revolutionary regime in
Teheran. Mexico also sells
oil to the U.S., Japan,
France, Spain, Yugoslavia
and several Latin American
countries.
It is not a member of the
Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries
(OPEC) but Pemex said
prices are revised every
three months to keep up
with international levels.
The company deals di-
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rather than with individual
speculators on the spot
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is respectfully requested at the

Sixteenth Anniversary Dinner

of

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honoring



NEW YORK (JTA) —
Soviet KGB agents broke up
an attempt last month by
Moscow Jewish activists to
mark the ninth anniversary
of the 1970 Leningrad
Trial, according to the Stu-
dent Struggle for Soviet
Jewry and the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews.
The two groups said that
most of the Jews who sought
to demonstrate at the Lenin
Library near the Kremlin
were detained in their
homes. The three who man-
aged to reach the protest
site — Vladimir Prestin,
Pavel Abramovitch and
Elena Dubenskaya — were
put in a KGB bus and driven
around for two hours before
being released in a remote
suburb of Moscow.

JERUSALEM — A coop-
eration agreement between
the Pierre and Marie Curie
University in Paris (Uni-
versity of Paris VI) and the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem in the fields of
teaching and research and
all aspects of academic life,
took effect last month, after
a signing ceremony at the
Hebrew University's Givat
Ram Campus.
Signing on behalf of the
French institution was its
president, Jean Dry, while
president Avraham Har-
man signed on behalf of the
Hebrew University.

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mony.

She said this resulted in
Goren's disparaging re-
marks about the illegality
of the wedding and
counter-charges by the Re-
form Movement.

Asked if she believed the
wedding was a pioneering
move in Israel, Karen re-
plied that it was important
for Reform Judaism to be
recognized in Israel, but the
pioneering was their work
in the Arava Desert.
Karen will be the kibutz
nurse when she returns to
Yahel in the summer. How-
ard is expecting to help di-
rect a seminar center being
planned at the kibutz.

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Karen said she and How-
ard began planning their
December wedding last
summer and registered
with an Orthodox rabbi in
Eilat, 45 miles south of
Kibutz Yahel.
They later asked the Or-
thodox rabbi to witness the
ceremony, to be performed
by the Reform rabbi, and to
sign the civil marriage
document.
Karen said the Reform
Movement in Israel pub-
licized the event. She said
the Orthodox rabbi be-
came flustered when he
was telephoned by Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goren and
claimed that he did not
participate in the cere-

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