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March 11, 1983 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Minnesota Youth to Twin
Bar Mitzva Here Saturday



11

Matthew Ross Rolnick of
New Hope, Minn. and Alek-
sandr Kuperman of Mold,
USSR will become Bar
Mitzva Saturday morning
at, Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses.
Rolnick is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur (Cheri)
Rolnick and grandson of
Cantor and Mrs. David
(Margaret) Gutman of Oak
Park. Cantor Gutman will
be guest cantor for the serv-
ice.
Kuperman will become
Bar Mitzva in absentia. He
and his family are refusniks
who have been denied per-
mission to emigrate to Is-
rael since August 1978.
Aleksandr, his sister
Inna, and his parents,

Eduard and Eleonara,
applied to immigrate
with Aleksandr's
grandparents, Shmuel
and Tauba Bratslaysky.
After six months, the
Bratslayskys were per-
mitted to go to Rishon
LeZion, Israel, but the
Kupermans have been
refused.

Eduard is a mechanical
engineer. Elonara is a
physicist. They • have been
told they cannot leave Rus-
sia because of Eduard's al-
leged exposure to classified
materials. Eduard says the
only possible obstacle to
their departure is that he
worked at a military plant
16 years ago.

Yale Professor to Speak
For Conservative Rabbis

Prof. Robert Cover of Yale
University Law School will
speak on "Basic Concepts of
American and Jewish Law:
Rights and Mitzvot" 8 p.m.
Thursday at Conga Beth
Achim, sponsored by the
Conservative - Rabbis of
Metropolitan Detroit and
the Michigan Region of
United Synagogue of
America.
Prof. Cover is the Chan-
cellor Kent Professor of Law
and Legal _History at Yale

SZ Film Sunday



PROF. ROBERT COVER

Paul Winter, assistant
professor of humanities at
Wayne State University's
College of Lifelong Learn-
ing, will be the, commen-
tator at the showing of a
film on Artur Rubinstein 8
p.m. Sunday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The public is invited free
of charge.

University Law School. He
has twice been visiting pro-
fessor at the Hebrew Uni-
versity and he serves as
chairman of the Yale Uni-
versity Hillel Commission.
For many years, he has
been involved in Jewish
studies as well as in the
study of the American law
and legal institutions.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Lebanese government is
shutting down "illegal ports
of entry" to end the evasion
of customs duties and other
regulations by Lebanese
importers.
The crackdown, officially
aimed against smuggling, is
also intended to slow down
the import of goods from Is-
rael. Arab countries, par-
ticularly Saudi Arabia
which is Lebanon's princi-
pal trading partner, have
complained that Israel is
dumping its goods into
Lebanon from where they
could infiltrate into other
Arab countries which main-
tain a boycott of Israel.
According to reports from
Beirut last week, the gov-
ernment warned owners of
illegal goods that they have

`Dallas' Actress
Thanks Israel

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The newspaper Haaretz re-
ports that Israel and the
Soviet Union are negotiat-
ing to revive tourism be-
tween the two countries.
Haaretz, quoting "well-
informed and dependable
sources," says the negotia-
tions are taking place in a
Soviet bloc country.

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authorities or risk prosecu-
tion. It has also warned
shipping companies of
possible legal action if they
defy the order shutting
down illegal ports.
Lebanon's ports, in-
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- TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Susan Howard, who plays
the part of Donna in the
CBS-TV series, "Dallas,"
has sent a message of
thanks and love to the
people of Israel. In a letter to
the Jerusalem Post from her
home in Tarzana, Calif., on
the first anniversary of the
visit to Israel of several
members of the "Dallas"
cast, Ms. Howard wrote:
"On the anniversary of
the visit of the 'Dallas' team
of actors, which was my first
visit to Israel, I want to
thank the people of Israel
for their outpouring
warmth and love. Just. as I
prayed for the peace of
Jerusalem before I. came —
so I still do today -- I shall
never forget my time in
your country and. the joys of
the Holy Land.
"The 'Dallas' TV series is
just a part of my life — our
God is my life — you are
part of that. love you all."

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Since he who denies him-
self wine is a sinner (Num-
bers 6.11), how_ much more
so is he who abstains from
many things!

Lebanon to Close `Illegal' Ports

Tourism Talks?

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Friday, March 11, 1983 31
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