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December 07, 1973 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-07

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Temple Students
Relive the Past

Mideast Crisis Topic

George Olds, Beth El Leader

Rabbi Gilbert Kollin of
Cong. Beth Israel will begin
Saturday a four-s e r m o n
series dealing with the
Middle East crisis. Services
begin at 10 a.m.
The opening topic will be
"Trouble on Oiled Waters."
The second will be "Has
Anybody Seen Palestine
Lately?" Dec. 15,

1 1110....

Ernest Drucker

George E. Olds, past presi- the men's club. He was a
dent of Temple Beth El, member of Bnai Brith,
Flint, died Sunday at age 66. American Jewish Committee,
Mr. Olds was owner of State Elks, Phoenix and University
Agency Insurance Co. for the clubs and was past president
past 45 years. of the Genesee County Inde-
Mr. Olds, 3201 Westwood pendent Insurance Agents.
Parkway, was temple presi- He was active in the United
dent from 1944 to 1946 and Fund.
Surviving are his wife,
also served as president of
Ethel; a son, Dr. Harvey; a
daughter, Barbara; and two
grandchildren.

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Irvin Hirsch, owner and
operator of the Irvin Hirsch
Jewelers for 30 years, died
Nov. 25 in Hallandale, Fla.
He was 56.
Mr. Hirsch, a native of
Illinois, came to Flint at age
5. A graduate of Flint Cen-
tral High School, he opened
his first jewelry store in 1943.
He was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel, Bnai Brith and
the Elks.
Survivors are his wife,
Margaret; three daughters,
Mrs. Stephen Lewin of Ar-
lington Heights, Ill., Mrs.
Scott Blech of Northbrook,
Ill., and Mrs. Bryan Fried-
berg. Interment Detroit.

Mrs. Gerald Schuster, cur-
riculum coordinator of the
Temple Beth El Religious
School, related that the
multi-age groups (5th-7th
grades) were given a unique
view of the beginnings of
Judaism, with an elective
course in "Jewish Communi-
ties of the Past.".
To illustrate the life of
ancient nomadic Jews, Hen-
rietta Nack showed how to
make pottery; Jane Cossman
and Alice Hart taught how to
bake pita and churn butter
in a chamois skin bag; Caro-
line Panzer and Mrs. Robert
Harper introduced spinning
and weaving; and Ed Sha-
piro directed a group in
making a large tent. Musical
instruments, patterned after
those of the biblical period,
also were made.
As a culminating activity,
the classes gathered in the
tent and conducted a worship
service which stressed the
closeness of the nomads to
nature and God.
Teachers of the multi-age
groups are Lois Stanley, Tom
Shriver and Gordon Parnes.

Youth on
the Move

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 7, 1973-17

Volunteer in Israel Describes
Mood of Israelis as 'Tense'

David Gotlib, 23-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benzion
Gotlib and a volunteer work-
er on Kibutz Ein Gedi, de-
scribed in a letter home the
mood of Israel is following
the war.
"The psychological effect
it has on everyone, the ten-
sion, the pressure it puts
verybody through is inde-
scribable," he said. One

cially and morally, but it's
not enough. Sacrifice means
more than giving part of
what you've got left over
after all other expenses. It
means giving something up,
a vacation, a new car, a
night out on the town.

"There also is a need to
educate the American pub-
lic . . . organize a teach-in,
approach some of your
Christian friends about ad-
dressing a church group,"
Gotlib wrote.

"I want to tell you not to
worry, but to upset you so
that you in turn will upset
your friends out of their
possible complacency. The
war is not over." -

Beth Israel Class
Registration Held

DAVID GOTLIB

young kibutznik on her way
to a shelter during the first
days of the war asked, "If
they capture us, will they
put ,us in ovens?"
Gotlib remarked that the
economic losses were "over-
whelming," citing as factors
a reduced work force in the
factories and farms and lost
imported and exported mer-
chandise due to schedules
that couln't be met.

Cong. Beth Israel is offer-
ing adult education classes
if interested parties will
register in advance. At least
six persons must register for
the following to be sched-
uled:
Advanced studies in the
book of Genesis, Hebrew lan-
guage for beginners and ad-
vanced students, practical
aspects of Jewish mysticism
and the geography of the
prayer book.

Eric Sorscher, a junior at
Southwestern High School,
has finished in the top 4 per
cent of the first part of the
Michigan Mathematics Prize
Competition. He is among
With the start of the Flint
However, he said that basketball season, members
Too much plenty makes 1,000 Michigan students who
mouth dainty. — Benjamin will compete in the finals since the heavy fighting has of the Jewish community are
stopped, "It's really abso- being urged to support the
next week.
Franklin.
lutely amazing how they Jewish Community Council
(Israelis) carry on." He said basketball teams with a
they go to movies, restaur- large cheering section..
ants and discotheques, and
The schedule for next
a capacity crowd atteigied week's games is: Junior
the Hasidic Song Festival Boys, vs. First Presbyterian
which was televised. "Every at Central High School gym,
Saturday night at 9 p.m., 6 p.m. Monday.
everything stops while the
Senior Boys, vs. Third
whole country watches 'Iron- Ave. Baptist Church at Whit-
side.' " And the Russian tier Junior High gym, 8 p.m.
olim keep coming.
Monday.
Men, vs. Asbury Methodist
Gotlib said he was afraid
that due to the cease fire, at the YMCA gym, 7 p.m.
Americans "may get the idea Saturday.
that it (the war) is over."
Eternal vigilance is the
But it isn't.
"Everything you've done price of liberty.—Thotnas
is of great help both finan- Jefferson.

Sports Beat

Community Calendar

Dec. 9—Tween Bowling, 2:30
p.m., Town and
Country Lanes.
10—Hadassah Open
Board Meeting, 12:30
p.m., home of. Mrs.
Ronald Goldstein,
3901 Park Forest.
—Temple Beth El
Board of Education,
8 p.m., Temple Li-

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Harman, former Israeli am-
bassador to the United States
and current president of He-
brew University. A phone
call to a Russian Jewish
family will be amplified so
that all in attendance can
hear the conversation. For
reservations, call the temple
office, 232-3138; Mrs. Ben-
jamin Epstein, 232-4971; or
Mrs. Harold Mallon, 235-3282.
Decorations chairman for the
afternoon is Mrs. Max Wex-
ler. There will be a baby
sitter.
* *
Bnai Brith Women will
initiate new members in a
candlelight ceremony 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the chapter's
open board meeting at the
home of Mrs. Donald Free-
man, 1109 Maplecrest. Rep-
resentative of BBYO will
speak.
* * C
ORT will have an open
board meeting luncheon
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Steven Wal-
ters, 1478 Kennebec, Grand
Blanc. For reservations, call
Mrs.. Walters, . 04-$446, by.

11—Temple Beth El Sis-
terhood Luncheon
Meeting, noon, Tem-
ple Beth El.
13—ORT Open Board
Meeting, 12:30 p.m.,
home of Mrs. Steven
Walters, 1478 Kenne-
bec, Grand Blanc.
—Jewish . Education
Commission, noon,
Council Office.
—Cong. Beth Israel
Board of Education,
8 p.m., Library.
*
*
Temple Beth El Sisterhood
will host Beth Israel Sister-
hood at a special luncheon
12:30 p.m. Tuesday. The
speaker will be Mrs. Zena
Harman,. a member, of .the
KneSset and WIfe 'of AVrah'am Sunday: '

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