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November 15, 1974 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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Flint Hasidic Happening Nears

Flint Will Show
Flint UJA Hears Discussions
`L'Hayirn—to Life"
of Grave Tasks of Modern Israel "L'Hayim—to Life", a film

Bringing the news of the
death of a family member is
not a pleasant task, but it is
one of several volunteer jobs
that modern Israelis must as-
sume.
Speaking to Flint United
Jewish Appeal workers, Yael
Bar-Zakai, an assistant pro-
fessor of Hebrew literature
and language at Tel Aviv
University, talked about the
duties of a modern Israeli. _
She recalled that in 1948
she was trapped between
falling walls in Jerusalem,
and was finally rescued after
two days' entrapment.
Miss Bar - Zakai talked
about the jubilation that
spread throughout the newly
proclaimed state. of Israel in
1948 and the subsequent
bombings and deaths, espe-
cially those of her two un-
cles, that followed.
Her biggest suffering came,
however, in the Yom Kippur

Comings ...
and
... Goings

Dr. Harvey Olds, Flint pe-
diatrician. has successfully
completed his written and
o r a 1 examination require-
ments and has been elected
to a fellowship in the Ameri-
can Academy of 'Pediatrics.

Flint to Participate
y in Disease Testing

Flint residents have been
invited to participate in the
Tay-Sachs screening ,program
to be held 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov,.
24 at the United Hebrew
Schools, 21550 W. 12 Mile, in
Southfield, sponsored by Sinai
Hospital of Detroit and Henry
Ford Hospital's genetic coun-
seling center.
For infgrmation, call Dr.
Brian Beck, 653-1130, or Dr.
Harvey Olds, 239-4679.

War when her fiance, an Is-
raeli pilot, died in her arms
in an Israel hospital.
During that war she was
again called back into the
army when she was first as-
signed to aid in the hospitals.
Later, she was assigned to
tell families of soldiers that
their sons, fathers or uncles
lost their lives.
But her duties are not all
unpleasant. She helps immi-
grants become absorbed into
Israel, a service she began
performing in the 1950s as a
teen-ager.
Miss Bar-Zakai will return
to Flint Nov. 25-27.

16—Friday, Nov. 15, 1974

produced for Women's Amer-
ican ORT by Hai:Old Mayer,
will be shown in Flint 8 p.m.
Thursday at the board of
governors' meeting of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council at the council office
and Nov. 24 at Temple Beth
El's Sunday school and at
Cong. Beth Israel. The board
of governors' meeting is open
to the public.
Eli Wallach stars in the
filb which incorporates photo-
graphs of photographer and
philosopher, Roman Vishniac.

Don't run after honors and
they will come of themselves.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Spectrum '75, the cultural
series • of the Flint Jewish
Community Council, will pre-
sent a Hasidic Happening 8
p.m. Dec. 4 at Carman High
School. Russian hasidic dan-
cers will perform traditional
dances.
Featured_ with the dancers
will be Avrohom Pressman,
a 23-year-old cantor. whose
repertoire consists of cantor-
ial selections and Jewish and
Russian folk music along
with hasidic melodies.
Born in Tashkent, Russia,
his family sent him to Samar-
kind at age 9 when the gov-
ernment said he would have
to attend school on Shabat.
In Samarkirid, he enrolled in
an underground Lubavitch
yeshiva.

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Indian Jewelry Sale
to Aid Youth Aliya

A sale of Indian jewelry
will be held 2-6 p.m. Dec. 1
at Schafers' Catalogue Show-
room, 920 Tower St. an-
nounces Reuben Shapiro, who
arranged the showing. Pro-
ceeds will go to Youth Aliya
through the Ann Lebster
Chapter of Hadassah. Bernice
Schafer is in charge of re-
freshments.

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Sports Beat

The Flint Jewish Commun-
ity Council basketball ;teams
are now being organized.
There are three age groups:
12-15, 15-18, and 18 and older.
Practices are held on avail-
able Sundays, Mondays and
Wednesdays; league games
will begin in Deceniber. For
information, call Carl or. Ste-
phanie Rittman, 232 5716.

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