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December 24, 1982 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

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CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will have
a meeting 11:30 a.m. Mon-
day at the Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park. There will
not be another meeting
until the middle of March. A
program has been planned.
Brunch will be served.
Friends are welcome. For
information, call Jeanette
Serling, president, 968-
8518.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile Area) will
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Jacob
Ishakis, 24751 Church. The
Nine Mile Area group will
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Bentzion
Stein, 23061 Gardner.
Rabbi Stein will speak.
* * *
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the
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second class in its i-37z;!;. -
dasha program 10 a.m. and
7:30 p.m. Jan. 12 in the
synagogue. Theme for the
program is "Understanding
the Siddur," and the text for
the course is "Service of the

IS NOW AT

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Heart" by Dr. Evelyn Gar-
fiel. Ruth Marcus and Shar-
lene Ungar will teach the
six-week class. Persons al-
ready enrolled in the pro-
gram are automatically reg-
istered for the new course.
Others who wish to enroll
should Call Adult Education
Chairman Doreen Raskin,
546-2838.

* * *

EREV CHAPTER,
Young Women of Jewish

National Fund, will feature
the Galai HaRuach Dance
Group and Shekinah Sin-
gers at its Tu b'Shevat pro-
gram 8 p.m. Jan. 29 at Cong.
Beth Achim. The program
will culminate the Tu
b'Shevat Shabat obser-
vance. Traditional refresh-
ments will be served. The
purchase of one tree as ad-
mission is optional. For in-
formation, call the JNF,
557-6644.

Octogenarian-Libertarian
Gourse Rendered Acclaim

S. Norman Gourse has
celebrated his 80th birth-
day quietly, with his family,
without fanfare. In civil
libertarian ranks there are
expressions of appreciation
for his labors. In the cause of
Israel he is respected among
the most active of the
battlers for the just rights
for Jewish state. •
Gourse is a New Yorker
whose fame reached many
communities and had its
echoes in Michigan.
In the last two decades,
Gourse inserted dozens of
advertisements in a number
of newspapers, a score of
them in the New York
Times, and these were
widely reprinted and were
the basis for action in many
communities.
During the AWACS
crisis he inserted paid
appeals in newspapers,
all in the form of adver-
tisements for which he
personally covered all
the heavy expenses. He
sent copies of them, with
personal messages, to the
536 members of Con-
gress.

His controversy with An-
thony Lewis, among others,
evoked serious attention.
Born in Fall River, Mass.
Nov. 29, 1902, he was
graduated in 1924 from
Brown University, worked
for newspapers in Boston
and Philadelphia, later
worked in advertising be-
fore joining a brother in

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S. NORMAN GOURSE

men's retail clothing in New
York. He sold the business
in 1976 and retired this
year, due to his wife's ill-
ness.
While active in business,
he devoted all available
time to his defensive efforts
for Israel.
In one large advertise-
ment in the New York
Times he quoted 12 of the
most - distinguished
Christian friends of Is-
rael and major organiza-
tions in non-Jewish
ranks emphasizing Is-
rael's justified determi-
nation to assure
Jerusalem's position as
the capital of Israel.

In the process, he also
supported the movements
that have upheld Israel's
and Jerusalem's justified
positions, r including Chris-
tians Concerned for Israel,
National Christian Leader-
ship Conference for Israel
and Black Americans for Is-
rael.
He purchased and dis-
tributed several copies of
the Eckardts' "Encounter
With Israel."
A lifelong association
with Jewish movements in-
clude his 49-year associa-
tion with the Zionist Or-
ganization of America and
the American Jewish Con-
gress, the AJC Governing
Council, the ZOA National
Executive, as well as
AIPAC. He- supports the
Chaim Greenberg College
in Jerusalem and finances
scholarship funds in Israel.
Such is the record of the
Zionist-Jewish-American
libertarian whose great
pride in his work is in his
own summary: "My great
satisfaction and joy is that it
provides the respect and
admiration I receive from
my two Israeli Sabra grand-
children."

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