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May 11, 1973 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-11

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Dr. and Mrs. 1. Jerome Hauser Selected

as 1973 Jewish National Fund Honorees

Dr. I. Jerome Hauser and
Mrs. (Diane) Hauser have
been selected for the highest
honor of the year by the
Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Detroit. The annual
JNF dinner to be held
June 20 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, will be the event
at which the Hauser Forest
in Israel will be formally
dedicated here prior to the
planting in Israel which is
to be attended by the Hauser
family.
Charles Milan, president of

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the JNF Council, in his an-
nouncement of the selections
for 1973, said that the life-
time efforts of the Hausers,
and the high record of serv-
ices to Israel by their fam-
ilies, made the selection a
matter of pride for the old-
est movement for Israel's
land redemption.
Diane Hauser, who was
born in Detroit, Sept. 13, 1917,
was reared in a home that
was steeped in Zionist en-
deavors. Her parents, the
late Israel and Fannie David-
son, were pioneer Zionists,
and were among the leading,
members of the Shaarey Ze-
dek congregational family.

Mrs. Hauser was educated
in the Detroit public schools,
the University of Illinois and
the University of Michigan.
A former campaign chair-
man of the women's divi-
sion of the Allied Jewish
Campaign, she is a past pres-
ident of the women's division
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and a past president

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16—Friday, May 11, 1973

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DR. and MRS. I. JEROME HAUSER

of Sinai Hospital Women's years and is currently chief
Guild.
of the ear, nose and throat
She also served as presi- department at Sinai, having
dent of Detroit chapter of been the first to head that
Hadassah and presently is Sinai unit.
president of Hadassah House,
Born Nov. 8, 1907, in Port
Inc., the non-profit organiza- Huron, his parents, William
tion which owns the Hadas- and Mollie Hauser, moved to
sah Building on Seven Mile Flint when he was six
Rd. Her father, the late Israel months old. He was educated
Davidson, was one of a small in the Flint schools, earned
group who financed the es- his BA, MS, and MD de-
tablishment of the building grees at the University of
as Hadassah headquarters.
Michigan, interned at Har-
Mrs. Hauser, who has a per Hospital in Detroit and
long time record for serv- had his residency in Otor-
ices to the Torch Drive of hinolaryngology — ear, nose
United Foundation, has ren- and threat — at University
dered many civic services. Hospital, Ann Arbor, where
She was a Girl Scout leader he also did graduate re-
and was Den Mother for Cub search work.
Scouts.
He served in the U.S. Army
She is a former treasurer for four and a half years,
of Detroit Women's ORT. She reaching the rank of lieuten-
has served on the Jewish ant colonel.
Center Day Camp commit-
He is professor of Otola-
tee, on the Federation health ryngology at Wayne State
and welfare budget commit. University School of Medi-
tee, on the budget commit- cine, having served on the
tee of the United Foundation, WSU faculty for many years.
on the board of United Jew-
He is a former president
ish Appeal National Women's of Detroit Otological Society
Division and on the women's and of Phi Delta Epsilon
committee of' the Council of Graduate 'Club; former na-
Jewish Federations and Wel- tional vice president of the
fare Funds.
American Laryngological
On her first trip to Israel, Rhinological and Otological
in 1957, she was a member Society; and presently pres-
of the National Women's ident of the National Foun-
UJA Study Mission, and she dation for the study of Health
accompanied her husband on Science Liability.
seven trips to Israel with na-
He served on the local
tional UJA study missions draft board and Regional
and pleasure trips.
Appeals Draft Board for
Mrs. Hauser was married many years.
to Robert S. Deutsch in 1938.
He presently is on the
He died in 1944. She was steering committee of the
married to Dr. I. Jerome Furstenberg Student Study
Hauser in 1946.
Center at the University of
Their children are Nina Michigan Medical Center.
Elizabeth of New York City
He has published many
and Marjorie Dee who is medical papers.
married to Dr. Michael J.
His two brothers are in
Federman. They have a four-
the medical profession. Dr.
month-old grandson, Robert
Maurice Hauser is an ophth-
Jay Federman.
almologist and Dr. Myron
Mrs. Hauser has a brother,
Hauser
is an optometrist.
Joseph Herzl Davidson, and
He has two sisters, Mrs.
a sister, Mrs. Herbert J. Herbert (Florence) Metz of
(Betty) Bloom.
Mrs. Hauser also had a Detroit and Mrs. Ya 1 k)'
(Anne Smith of Flint.
son, James Anthony, who
died at the age of 15.
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A four-week counselor-in-
One of the most active training dance workshop with
leaders in the Allied Jewish Harriet Berg will begin 7:30
Campaign, he served as Wednesday at the Ten Mile
chairman of the physicians Jewish Center.
section and co-chairman of
Registration is being taken
the professional division and in the Center group services
is currently a member of the office, and participants need
Jewish Welfare Federation not be experienced dancers.
board of governors.
The workshop suggests re-
A participant in seven source materials and ideas
United Jewish Appeal study on improvisation, yoga sim-
missions, he was co-chair- ple dance exercises, folk
man of last year's national dancing and other elements
UJA physicians mission.
useful in all kinds of camp
He served as chief of staff situations and with all ages.
of Sinai Hospital for seven
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