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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-20

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Hadassah Raises $23.5 Million Topping All Previous Collections

ATLANTA (JTA) — Had-
assah has once more topped
all previous collections, rais-
ing approximately $23,500,000
this year, Mrs. Rose E. Matz-
kin, Hadassah national presi-

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dent, announced at the clos-
ing session of the four-day,
60th annual national conven-
tion meeting at the Marriott
Motor Hotel. She was re-el-
ected president by the 2,500
delegates.

Frieda S. Lewis; national
treasurer, explained that de-
spite Hadassah's going over
its 1973-74 quotas, inflation-
ary costs are forcing the or-
ganization to achieve higher
collections for 1974-75. • The

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Hadassah House Has Elections,
Sam Frankel Is New President

new quotas for Hadassah's since the Six-Day War, when
health, educational, rehabili- the Mount Scopus Medical
tation and land reclamation Center was returned to Ha-
dassah, will- be known as the
services are as follows:
In Israel — Hadassah Med- "Decade of Development."
Samuel Frankel was elec- Schiller, Bert Smokier and
Beatrice Feldman, Hadas- ted president to Hadassah William Wetsman.
ical Organization (Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical sah national youth aliya House, Inc. during its annual
This election marks the
Center) — $7,000,000; HMO chairman, reported to the meeting Aug. 19 at the home first time a man has become
Building and Development— delegates that "over 150,000 of Dr. and Mrs. I. Jerome an officer of Hadassah
$3,333,333; Youth Aliya (267 children have been rescued Hauser, 17333 W. 10 Mile, House, Inc.
children's villages and day and rehabilitiated in Israel's Southfield.
centers caring for over 13,- Youth Aliya movement since
Other officers are: Mrs.
500 wards) — $2,100,000; it was founded in 1934."
Sidney Winer, vice president;
Hadassah, which is the Mrs. Max Lichter, secretary;
Hadassah Israel Education
Services (Community Col- single largest contributor to
lege, Seligsberg / Brandeis Youth Aliya — whose first
Comprehensive High School director was Henrietta Szold,
and the Hadassah Vocational founder of Hadassah — has
Guidance Institute — $1,000,- contributed more than $70,-
000; Jewish National Fund— 000,000 to help maintain the
270 children's villages and
$700,000.
In the United States — the all-day centers which cared
35 Years Experience
quota for programs is $3,093,- for 13,500 wards this year.
Doctors Referrals
454. Youth Activties (Young Hadassah's contribution to
LI 5-4700
Youth
Aliya
in
1974
is
close
Judea-Hashahar, year-course
and summer-in-Israel pro- to $4,000,000.
Mrs. Feldman announced
grams for American youth)
that a national leadership
— $800,000.
Faye L. Schenk, national mission of Hadassah Youth
HMO chairman, reported Aliya chairmen will visit .
SAMUEL FRANKEL
Wish You and Yours
that Hadassah will spend Israel in October to dedi-
A Happy
about $1,000,000 in the re- cate three all-day centers and Mrs. Morris Adler, trea-
surer.
training and employment of located in Tel Aviv, Lod and
The board of trustees in-
new immigrant Russian doc- Jerusalem. She explained
tors, dentists, nurses and that these day centers are a cludes Mesdames Ralph
departure from the tradi- Davidson, Max Frank, I.
other medical personnel.
The reopening of- the tional Youth Aliya residen- Jerome Hauser, William
_91 3
Mount Scopus Medical Cen- tial children's village, and Isenberg, Joseph Jackier,
Jackier,
Morse
Saulson,
Bert
are
designed
to
reach
city
ter will provide 550 addition-
ecither WeaAer!
al jobs she said. "Hadassah youth who are not prepared Smokier, Frank Wetsman
and Mrs. Jerome Kaufman,
plays a major_ role in the ab- to leave their families.
Youth Aliya children's vil- incumbent chapter president;
sorption of new immigrants
to Israel through our retrain- lages are different from sim- and Messrs. Avern Cohn,
2)e Witt
ing and employment pro- ilar facilities in the United William Davidson, Ir win
States and other Western Green, Dr. I. Jerome Hauser,
grams."
uede & =Lather
Mrs. Schenk noted that the countries which care for de- David Pollack, Maurice
prived
and/or
troubled
Yom Kippur War caused
euneri
major dislocations and ex- youth, Mrs. Feldman said. Bayit Plans Series
orbitant financial costs. She Youth Aliya has children of
reported that medical per- every socio-economic level; of Interest Groups
sonnel were conscripted and new immigrants from 80 dif-
The Bayit will host a series
are still on reserve call-up; ferent countries, represent- of workshops in such topics
research in Israel was halted ing a variety of education as silkscreening, Israeli art,
and doctors on fellowships backgrounds and cultures. consciousness. and Hebrew
overseas were recalled; Youth Aliya adapts to Is- reading. The groups will be
roleiJionut Care /or
teaching and training stopped rael's needs.
led by qualified instructors,
Its first wards were ref- based on their credentials
and the school year had to
our Suede &
be extended; and Hadassah's ugees from Hitler. Later it and experience.
personnel, equipment and absorbed children from Arab
The time and frequency of
eather C arment3
supplies were shared with lands. Today there are new
other medical facilities immigrants from the Soviet each class will be discussed
8
p.m.
Tuesday
at
the
Bayit,
543-5700 576-0575
Union and native-born Is-
through the emergency.
4503
10612
Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson, raelis from homes which, 16845 Muirland. For informa-
N. Woodward
W. 9 Mi.
national HMO chairman for for one reason or another tion, call the Bayit, 861-1929.
Royal Oak
Oak Park
building and development, cannot provide adequately
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Mr. and Mrs. Israel Z. TaMes of Hollywood, Fla. will
be in Detroit to attend the Bar Mitzva of Laurence Vinacur,
Saturday at Temple Israel.

Mrs. Jack Goyer, president, Department of Michigan
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans of the United States,
recently returned to Detroit from the national convention
in Philadelphia where she received the historian •award
given to the Yetz-Cohen Auxiliary 530.

The marriage of Philip Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max M. Fisher, and Denise Gildersleeve was performed
at Temple Beth El Sunday afternoon by Rabbi Richard
Hertz.

Louis Weber of Aberdeen Ave., Southfield, was "roasted"
by his fellow Block Lodge and Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council members 'at a "roast" in his honor Sept. 9 at
Cong. Beth Achim. Weber was recognized for "his accom-
plishments in the advancement of programs for Jewish
youth, including Aleph Zadik Aleph, Bnai Brith Girls, Bnai
Brith Youth Organization and Hillel Foundation." Among
the "roasters" were -Irwin I. Cohn, I. W. Sherr, Milton Blum-
berg, Herman Kasoff, a vice president of District Grand
Lodge 6 of Bnai Brith; and Sol Moss, past grand president
of District 6.

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