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October 17, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mrs. Tillie Martin, Metro-
politan Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah president, will
join Israeli digintaries Mon-
day at the rededication cere-
monies of the Mt. Scopus
Hadassah Hospital in Jeru-
salem.
Mrs. Martin, and her hus-
band, Dr. Peter A. Martin,
and Mr and Mrs. Reuben

Bienstock will affix a me-
zuza to the door of the hos-
pital. Both of the women are
national directors of Hadas-
sah.
The original Mt. Scopus
facility was cut off from Is-
rael during the war for inde-
pendence in 1948 and was
later desolated. The hospital
was recovered as a result of
the Six-Day War. Since
then, Hadassah has con-
ducted a major rebuilding
and expansion program.

I FACIAL HAIR
• ERMANENTL
REMOVED

Early Detroit pioneers
in Zionism, the late Joseph
Wetsman and the late D.
W. Simons, gave the land
on which the Mt. Scopus
Medical Center stands to-
day to Hadassah in the
early 1930s. Mrs. Ralph
Davidson attended the
ground-breaking cere-
mony on Hadassah's "first

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and other early Zionist
leaders including Chaim
Weizmann, Rabbi Stephen
S. Wise, Tamar de Sola
Pool and Hadassah's foun-
der, Henrietta Szold.

Her sisters, Mrs. Morse
Saulson and Mrs. Jacques
Uhr, recalled that during
the years that followed
World War I, there were
many visits made by pi-
oneers of the Jewish state to


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During the 1948 war,
Frank Wetsman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wetsman,
gathered some friends and
raised the money to pur-
chase an ambulance and
dispatched it to Mt. Sco-
plus within a matter of
hours.

Past presidents of the
Detroit Chapter who will at-
tend the dedication are Mes-
dames Morris Adler, Albert
Newman and Jack W. Perl-
man.
Also attending are Mes-
dames Geraldine Black,
Paul Gould, Louis Kirsch,
David Rosenblatt, Jesse
Johnson, Abraham Kutlov,
Russell Meskin, Julian To-
bias, Ray Raphael, Free-
mont Sweetwine and Milton
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The presentation of a key
to Mt. Scopus to Gov. Wil-
liam G. Milliken will be
made by Leah Snider, na-
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Robinson, a Detroit vice
president and Phyllis Fried-

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their parents' (the Joseph
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Wetsmans') home on Wat- resentative.
son St. in Detroit. There
The key to the medical
were meetings with Rabbi center has become a symbol
Wise and Rabbi David de of the return of Mt. Scopus
Sola Pool.
to Israel. When the hospital
Mrs. Davidson recalls was recovered in 1967 the
driving Miss Szold around in original key was found
the Wetsman's electric among the rubble. There-
Grinnell automobile to expe- fore, a symbolic key of rede-
dite her efforts in organiz- dication was created.
ing Detroit's first Hadassah
chapter. Some of the first Shankman-Golde
wi)men tobecome involved in
the early days of Hadassah Rites Solemnized
in Detroit were Mrs. A. M.
Hershman, and Mrs. E. W.
Davis.
Mr.-. Joseph Ehrlich. Mrs.
Davidson, Miss Jeanette
Steinberg and Mrs. Henry
Weinstein, inspired by these
early pioneers, drove around
in the Wetsman's electric
car collecting a dollar per
person and were successful
in raising enough money to
purchase Hadassah's first
ambulance for the old
Rothschild Hospital in Jeru-
salem. Another early Zion-
ist, Jeanette Steinberg,
founded the Business and
Professional Group: and
Mrs. Uhr bagan Junior Had-
assah here.
MRS. SHANKMAN

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Detroiter Tillie Martin to Attend Mt. Scopus Rededication

Ottober 17, 1975



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