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September 07, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-07

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Gussins Celebrate
Hadassah to Help Build Day-Care 50th Anniversary
Centers for the Underprivileged

34—Friday, September 7, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DENVER (JTA) — Youth new Hadassah-sponsored pro-
Aliya, with the help of Hadas- gram will provide mental
sah, will build two day cen- health in-service training of
ters in Tel Aviv and Jerus- Youth Aliya personnel in day
alem at a cost of about centers throughout Israel.
$1,000,000 to care for immi-
Hadassah raised $22,300,000
grant children and children this year, the largest sum
from underprivileged homes. ever in its 61-year history. It
Mrs. Bea Feldman, Hadas- will use $7,000,000 for the Ha-
sah national Youth Aliya dassah Medical Organization,
chairman, reported this to which directs the Hadassah-
the 59th annual national con- Hebrew University Medical
vention of the women's Center in Jerusalem, and
Zionist organization , which $2,100,000 will support Hadas-
sah Youth Aliya's 2,67 villages
closed here.
and
day centers in Israel
Mrs. Feldman said that one
which care for 12,000 children
center would be located in the
Ir Ganim quarter of Jerusa- a year.
Hadassah also allocated
lem, populated mainly by
more than $3.000,000 in the
families from North Africa.
It will cost $600,000 to build United States for its adult and
and will be named for Faye youth activities.
Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson,
L. Schenk, immediate past
chairman of Hadassah's med-
president of Hadassah.
ical building program in Is-
The other center will be rael, announced that Hadas-
built on the outskirts of Tel sah would seek $40,000,000
Aviv near Lod Airport at a during the next three years
cost of about $400,000. The for the rehabilitation and ex-
lower cost will be possible pansion of the Mount Scopus
by prefabricated construc- Medical Center in Jerusalem,
tion, which is prohibited in
Mrs. Rose E. Matzkin of
Jerusalem where the building Westbury, Conn., was re-
code requires construction elected president of the
with native stone.
325,000-member organization.
Mrs. Feldman said another

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Gus-
sin of Lahser Rd., South-
field, were honored at two
parties given by their fam-
ily on the occasion of their
50th wedding anniversary.
The Oleshansky Family
Club held a party for them
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Schram at Woodhull
Lake. , Another party was
held Saturday in the home
of Dr. and Mrs. David Marks
of Oak Park, Mr. Gussin's
sister and brother-in-law.
Born in Russia, Mr. Gus-
sin emigrated to Detroit in
1913 and married the former
Leah Oleshansky on Labor
Day, 1923, in a small syna-
gogue on Hastings and Ferry
Sts. The late Rabbi Ezekiel
Aishishkin performed the
ceremony.
Mr. Gussin is a member
of Cong. Bnai David and was
active in Pisgah Lodge of
Bnai Brith for 35 years and
the Allied Jewish Campaign.
Prior to his retirement, Mr.
Gussin was a supervisor at
Domestic Linen Co. for more
than 30 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Gussin have
two sons, David and Her-
bert; six grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

Branch Two of the Labor
Zionist Alliance will hold its
first meeting of the season
8 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Adele Mondry, chairman,
at 29328 Lancaster, South-
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will report on the Alliance
.1 Assembly in Israel.

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One of her major functions organization created by wom-
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Psychic phenomena, belly
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Heights School System, has
a master's degree in psychi-
atric social work from Colum-
bia University and is a for-
mer staff member at Detroit's
Orthogenic School. She is a
vice president of Temple Kol
Ami.
Her views at the forum will
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working wife who believes it's
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Council

MISS EILEEN MALTER

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mal-
ter of Arden Park Dr., Farm-
ington Hills, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Eileen to Joe H. Samet,
son of Mr. Benjamin Samet
of Fern Ave., Oak Park, and
the late Mrs. Frida Samet.
An April . wedding is
planned.

Ex-Detroiter Plans
Show of Paintings

Chajes Gets
$1,000 Award
From ASCAP

Former Detroiter Malcah
Zeldis will exhibit her paint-
ings beginning Tuesday
through October at the House
of Living Judaism, New
York. Among her works are
"David Sings for King Saul,"
"Joseph and • His Brothers"
and "Noah's Ark."
Mrs. Zeldis, who was born
in New York and grew up
in Detroit, went to Israel in
1949. She settled on Kibutz
Hatzerim in the Negev where
she married and had chil-
den. She later moved back
to New York and earned a
degree from Brooklyn Col-
lege.
She has exhibited her
paintings at the Naive Gal-
lery, the Greenberg Gallery,
the Crespie Gallery and the
Brooklyn Museum Fence
Show. Some of her works are
on display at the Devernay-
Begall Gallery in Washing-
ton, D.C.
Mrs. Zeldis, who has writ-
ten short stories and poems,
lives with her family in
Brookly n. Her husband,
Chayym, is also, a writer.

City of Hope to Meet

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 8 p.m.
Saturday at the home of
Morri and Jean Raznick,
15411 Rosemary, Oak Park.
Charles Hoptman, presi-
dent, will discuss plans for
fund raising for the year. A
social hour will follow.

State's Power
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like, serve yourself.—Benja- lic protection. —Louis D.
Southfield
Brandeis .
J min Franklin.

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Julius Chajes, noted com-
poser and part-time music
faculty member at Wayne
State University, has received
a $1,000 award for the year
1973-74 from the Standard
Awards Panel of the Ameri-
can Society of Composers,
Authors and Publishers
(ASCAP), New York.
The purpose of the award
is to encourage composers of
serious music.
Chajes, who is also director
of the Jewish Community
Center's symphony orchestra,
was born in Lwow, Poland,
and gave his first recital and
also wrote his first composi-
tion at the age of 9. In 1933
he was the honor prize win-
ner at the first international
competition for pianists in
Vienna, and a year later was
appointed head of the piano
department at Tel-Aviv Mu-
sic College.
Chajes came to the United
States in December of 1937
and was immediately engag-
ed to play in three recitals
in New York's Town Hall.
His compositions are publish-
ed by the Transcontinental
Music Publications and he
has performed in Paris,
London, Glasgow, Brussels,
Geneva, Rome, Vienna, and
Jerusalem as well as
throughout the United States
and Canada.

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