Dec. 29—Camp Maccabee D a y
Camp Reunion, 2-4 p.m.,
Temple Beth El
Tween Bowling Program,
3 p.m., Town and Coun-
30—Temple Beth El Board
Meeting, 8 p.m.
31—Willowood New Year's
Jan. 2—Cong. Beth Israel Board
Meeting, 8 p.m.
The Flint Jewish Community
Council's Tween Bowling Program,
for 5th through 8th graders, will
continue every other Sunday at 3
p.m. at Town and Country Lanes.
Anyone interested in joining a
team should contact Mrs. Percy
Braun, chairman, or the council
office. The next program is
Children in the Mahina classes
at Cong. Beth Israel who this year
have commenced their Hebrew ed-
ucation, were consecrated recently
after demonstrating their accom-
plishments to the congregation. A
reception followed the service.
At Northern High's annual foot-
ball banquet, senior halfback Steve
Hartz was named most improved
player. His name will be inscribed
on the Basil Arnold Memorial Tro-
phy. Larry Fink represented the
student body in a short talk.
Jan. 2—Temple Emanuel Sister-
hood Board Meeting.
Jan. 5—United Synagogue Youth
Seniors Present Awards
at Hanuka Gathering
—Grand Rapids Temple Youth
Hanuka was celebrated by the Brunch Meeting.
—Joint Men's Club Breakfast,
Senior Friendship Club with lat-
kes and all the trimmings at Cong. Ahavas Israel.
* * *
Beth Israel. r
4 Sisters Win 9 Awards
extended by Rab-
in Baton Twirling Contest
bi Hillel Mill-
At the recent semi-annual baton-
gram of Beth:
twirling competition of Bonnie Blue
Israel; Mrs. Eva
Day in Lowell, four sisters
captured nine awards out of 12
dent; and Israel
events they entered.
Sendler and Jo-
Bonnie Meisel, 12, won first place
seph Laro, both Rubenstein
trophy for twirling, third place for
former presidents of the seniors.
strutting and fourth runner-up in
Awards were presented to Gil-
the personality and poise contest
bert Rubenstein, former president for her age group. Leslie Meisel,
of the Flint Jewish Community 10, won first-place trophy in twirl-
Council; Mrs. Ted Vinacow, secre- ing. Shelley, 8, won second-place
tary of the Council; Mrs. Belle trophy in twirling, third place for
Frankel, immediate past president strutting and the Queen's crown
of the Senior Friendship Club; and for Miss Bonnie Blue Bell Petite.
Herman Acker, current vice presi- Dori, 5, won a second place trophy
dent of the seniors.
for twirling and was first runner-
Included in the program were up in her age group for the queen's
songs by Cantor Abraham Ranani awards.
Hundreds of children competed
and Annette Schafer. Also pre-
sented was a Hanuka play featur- for prizes.
The girls are the daughters of
ing Mrs. Sam Gotlib, Deborah Got-
lib,'Mrs. Albert Binder, Wendy Sie- former Detroiters, Mr. and Mrs.
Burt Meisel of Westgate Dr., Com-
gel and Ami Ranani.
stock Park. They are the grand-
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Meisel of Tidier Avenue, Detroit.
Lindy Voight, 3641 Sherwood, has
been awarded a bachelor's degree
from Michigan State University.
Harriet Bernstein, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, is
attending the National College of
Education in Evanston, Ill. Presi-
dent of the Association for Chil-
dren's Education International, she
plans a teaching career.
Dimont Opens Series Soon
The first program of Forum '69
will be presented 8:30 p.m. Jan. 5
at Cong. Beth Israel. Historian
Max I. Dimont will discuss "Will
the Real Jewish History Step For-
Educated in Finland, Dimont
came to the United States in 1930.
In his "Jews, God and History,"
the history of the Jews in relation-
ship to the destinies of the peoples
among whom they lived, is related
to contemporary events.
Campers to Reunite
The Flint Jewish Community
Council will hold its annual Camp
Maccabee Reunion 2-4 p.m. Sun-
day at Temple Beth El.
There will be refreshments and
surprise entertainment. Parents
are welcome, according to Mrs.
Peter Kronick, chairman of the
Council. day camp committee.
If you think before you speak,
the other fellow gets in his joke
first. —E. W. Howe
Samuel Hurwitz, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Louis Hurwitz, will be called
to the Tora as Bar Mitzva Jan. 4
at Temple Beth El.
Rabbi Author Contrasts
Jewish, Christian Ideas on
Sex, Marriage, Abortion
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
8—Friday, December 27, 1968
Israel Central Bank States Policy on German Marks
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Cen-
tral Bank of Israel announced
Sunday that it would not pay in-
terest on deposits of West German
for loans or investments to inhibit
the flight of funds into West Ger-
many. Since the .Bank of Israel
cannot earn interest on its marks,
marks by foreign residents. How-
ever, interest will be paid as here- it cannot pay interest on
tofore on West German marks de- money, the bank's announcement
posited by local residents for com- stated. The bank will also forbid
mercial purposes or stemming currency credits in West German
from German restitution pay- marks.
ments, the bank said.
Israel is one of the countries
where foreign residents sometimes
hold large sums of "hot" money
because of the high interest rates
usually paid in this country. Most
deposits as these are in United
States dollars. However, due to
the recent developments in the
international money market, some
depositors have switched their ac-
counts to West German marks.
The West German government
has announced that it will no
longer accept this type of money
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2 Saboteurs Killed
in Day-Long Clash
Brings A Man To
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two mem-
bers of an eight-man El Fatah
saboteur unit and an Israeli army
officer were killed during a 24-hour
battle west of Jericho which ended
Lt. Col. Tzvi Offer, who headed
the patrol which pursued and
trapped the intruders, was fatally
wounded in the encounter and died
before a helicopter could bring him
to a hospital. He was 37 and the
father of four.
The clash began when the patrol
sighted movement in the area and
opened fire. The patrol members
immediately mounted the surround-
ing hilltops and demanded, through
loudspeakers, that the marauders
surrender. When no answer was re-
ceived, the patrol members enter-
ed the area and began combing it.
The hunt was halted at nightfall
and resumed the next morning in
a cave-to-cave search. Two bodies
were found, along with an injured
intruder. As the search was con-
tinued, fire was suddenly opened
from one of the caves, and Lt. Col.
Offer was mortally wounded. A
huge quantity of arms and explo-
sives, as well as Jordanian bank-
notes and civilian clothes were
found, indicating the intruders
planned a lengthy series of sabo-
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LOS ANGELES (JTA)—Judaism
takes a far more liberal attitude
than Christianity toward sex, mar-
riage, procreation, contraception
and abortion, an authority on Jew-
ish law and tradition declared here.
According to Dr. David M. Feld-
man, rabbi of the Bay Ridge Jew-
ish Center in Brooklyn and author
of "Birth Control in Jewish Law,"
the 2,000-year-old Judaic-Christian
ethic diverges on these matters.
Dr. Feldman, here for a lecture at
Temple Beth Am, made these
"In the Jewish scheme of things,
abstinence is a greater evil than
proper contraception; over the cen-
turies, rabbis have, with virtual
unanimity, prescribed therapeutic
contraception; procreation is a
mitzva (religious commandment or
good deed) but it is just as reek-
lessly self-indulgent to overbreed
as to refrain from any reproduc-
Dr. Feldman said, "Whether the
Pope's encyclical on birth control
is applauded for its courage or
condemned as reactionary . .. all
sides agree that it flows consist-
ently from the classic Christian
In other weekend incidents, a
teaching on sex and marriage.
Less obvious is the fact that Chris- hand-grenade was thrown at an
tianity has, in these matters, part- Israeli army patrol on the main
ed company with its Jewish fore- street of Gaza, with no casual.
bears, and that the two religious ties; three explosive charges
traditions have developed opposing were detonated Dec. 21 near
sexual moralities." Regarding birth Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza
Strip, again without damage or
control pills, Dr. Feldman said,
injuries; and an Israeli border
"Contraceptive devices which in-
policeman was injured Sunday
terfere would be deemed less ac-
when his jeep hit a mine in the
ceptable than an oral contraceptive
which leaves the marital act unim-
Israeli planes were called into
action Tuesday to batter a group
of deserted houses in Manshiye vil-
Bio-Medical Engineering lage from which Arab terrorists
directed fire against an Israeli
Institute at Technon
patrol in-the Urr Beisan area.
HAIFA—The Technion-Israel In-
Bazooka shells and automatic
stitute of Technology inaugurated fire from positions in the village
the Julius Silver Institute of Bio- forced an Israeli patrol to seek
Medical Engineering Sciences at a shelter until Israeli tanks returned
ceremony Dec. 17, at the Winston the fire and permitted the patrol
Churchill Auditorum at Technion to escape. There were no Israeli
As a result of the excessive acts
The new institute, established
with a $250,000 gift from Julius of terrorism by Arab gangs, moti-
Silver, New York attorney, will vated by El Fatah, it has become
coordinate and give financial sup- apparent that henceforth Israel
port to the medical, physiological will use jet planes consistently in
and biological engineering re- counter-attacking all border inci-
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