Detroit, South Oakland County Chapters sof Hadassah to Merge
Mrs.. Jack W. .Perlman, Detroit
Ch a p t e r president, and Mrs.
Charles Snider, South Oakland
County Chapter president, an-
nounce that by May 1968, the
two chapters will be merged into
a combined membership of some
7,000 women, creating one of the
largest chapters in the United
In recognition of 'Hadassah's
current membership enrollment
campaign, Mayor Jerome Cava-
nagh issued a proclamation in
praise of the accomplishments of
Hadassah and designated Septem-
ber "II-Month." It was presented
by Bernard Klein. city comptroller,
who substituted for the mayor.
The chapters are • combining
efforts for the opening fall meet-
ing 12:30 p.m. Sept. 26 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Honors will be
paid to new annual and life mem-
bers by Hadassah's national pres-
!dent, Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson,
guest speaker of the event.
Preceding the program, coffee
and cake will be served.
Mrs. Harold _Hoffman, Detroit
vice-president of membership, ad-1
vises that all paid-up members will
be eligible for an "earlybird" prize.
and all new members and member-
ship workers will be eligible' for
one of the three na t ion a l l y
awarded trips to Israel.
A reception has been arranged
8 p.m. Sept. 25, at the Franklin
Hills Country Club by the spe-
cial gifts committees of the
two chapters. All contributors
of 5100 and more will be able
to meet Mrs. Jacobson.
Group chairmen of general soli-
citation of the current fund rais-
ing drive will call contributors by
telephone on Sept. 24, advise Mrs.
Richard Kamil and Mrs. Robert
Mrs. Louis Hochman, chapter
rummage chairman, announces
that Detroit Chapter will hold a .
three-clay rummage sale start-
ing Nov. 1 at the American
Legion Building. Ferndale. Reus-
able household items, rewearable
clothing and white elephant items
will be needed. For details, call
Mrs. Hochman. 541-3162, or Hadas-
sah office, BR 3-5441.
Mrs. George Weingarden, vice-
president of education, advises
that t he audio-visual Hebrew
course at the Jewish Center, which
Is co-sponsored by Hadassah, will
start Oct. 30. For information, call
Asher Tarmon, 341-4200.
Mrs. Weingarden also announces
that Hadassah's annual Education
Day during the Jewish Book Fair
will be held Nov. 14. Avraham
Avidar. consul general of Israel,
and Mrs. Molly Lyons Bar-David,
columnist of Iladassah Magazine,
will be guest speakers.
Rabbi Arm to Talk
at Z0 1 ) Brunch
Richard B. Kramer, president
of the Zionist Organization of
Detroit. and Dr. Sanford A. Ben-
nett, membe r-
nainrh will be
•e1(1 11 a.m. Sun-
lay at the Zion-
t Cultural Cen-
arm of Ahavas
7,ogue will speak
ing Six Days in
who are interest.
ed in the Zionist cause are invited.
For reservations; call the Zion-
ist House, 353-3636.
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Hadassah Month in Detroit has been proclaimed by Mayor
Cavanagh, represented here by City Comptroller Bernard Klein.
With him are (from left) Mesdames Harry Shapiro, membership
vice president, South Oakland County; Harold Hoffman, member-
ship vice president, Detroit Chapter; Charles Snider, and Jack
Perlman, presidents of SOC and Detroit Hadassah, respectively.
Tourist Official Abbie Ben-Ari to Speak
at Women's Bond Luncheon Sept. 21
Members of all Jewish women's
groups have been invited to par-
ticipate in the Israel "Miracle
Year" Luncheon noon Thursday
at Cong. Bnai David. The invitation
tions. He has been the Israeli
representative at international con-
ferences and has lectured exten-
sively at universities and colleges
in the United States and Canada.
Mrs. Schaver will sing at
the lunch, the theme song of
the Six-Day War, "Jerusalem
H a z a ha v," "Jerusalem the
Golden," the song which she
sang on Mt. Scopus, at the
Zimria, the International Music
Mrs. Brandwine will show
slides of her "Victory Flight,"
depicting scenes in the newly
For reservations to the luncheon,
call the Bond office, DI 1-5707.
Jerome B. Greenbaum, a 1961
graduate of the University of liii-
chigan's law School, was sworn in
Monday as assistant U.S. attorney
under Lawrence - ' "
Gubo w. Green-
baum, 30, son of
Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel R. Green-
field, was assign-
to the criminal
the firm of
Greenbaum, Greenbaum and Mor-
ganroth, he is a member of the De-
troit, Michigan and American bar
associations. He is on the execu-
tive committee and board of direct-
ors of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Junior Division and belongs
to Centennial Lcklge, Bnai
and Mosaic Lodge, F&AM:A mem-
ber of the board of directors, De-
troit Metropolitan Council of the
American Youth Hostels, Green-
baum also belongs to Zeta Beta
Tau and Tau Epsilon Rho legal
He was sworn in by Federal
Chief Judge Ralph Freeman.
Ben - Ari
to Be Honored at Fete
Sholem Aleichem Institute will
hold its annual banquet 7:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Institute.
Honored will be Isaac and Paula
Finkelstein and Sam Jacobson, ac-
tive members of the institute since
the days of its inception, who are
leaving Detroit to take up resi-
dence in Florida. Tribute will also
be paid to Dr. Joseph Zeltzer on
the occasion• of his 80th birthday.
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was issued by Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver, chairman of the Israel
Bond Women's Division, which is
sponsoring the affair, and by Mrs.
Morris J. Brandwine, luncheon
Abbie Ben-Ari, director of the
Israel Government Tourist Office,
will be guest speaker.
Ben-Ari who has served as an
officer in the intelligence corps
of Israel's defense forces, has
served his government on special
missions abroad as an adviser to
many young underdeveloped na-
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man Safran Fed-
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board of directors of the corpora-
tion is now in the process of forma-
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