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April 22, 1977 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-22

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40 Friday, April 22. 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Meyer Littky, Pauline Michaels
Leaders for BB Presidents Event

Meyer Littky, chairman
of the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai- Brith Council Martyrs

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Forest Committee, and
Pauline Michaels, tribute
chairman for the Women's
Council, will have leading
roles in the 11th annual
Bnai Brith Presidents
Brunch to be held 10 a.m.,
May 1, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Littky was president of
Pisgah Lodge twice. He is
chairman of the board of
trustees of the Metropolitan
De roit Bnai Brith Council,
and , has been a member for
nearly four decades. Mrs.
Michaels is recording secre-
tary of, the Women's Bnai -
Brith Council and was presi-
dent of Galilee Chapter.

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The Brunch will honor
Martin Weston, president of
the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council and
Rhea Rowe, president of
the Women's Council as
well as the presidents of
the 24 lodges and 26 chap-
ters and units - with tree
projects. Tree and tribute
chairmen will also receive
citations.
Robert St. John, inter-
nationally known author
and war correspondent, will
be the guest speaker.

Admission to the brunch
is by the planting of a min-
imum of two trees in Israel
per person. For informa-
tion, call Bnai Brith, 354-
6100 or JNF, 968-0820.

Oakland Century Bond Dinner
Nets $96,500 in Subscriptions

SHELDON ROTT

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More than $96,500 was
subscribed In State of Israel
.Bonds at the Oakland Cen-
tury Lodge Tribute Dinner
honoring Ernest M. Solo-
mon of Oak Park. Shown
are, from left, Martin Hol-

Hadassah `Function Links
Generations in Historic Cause

seph Wetsman and David
Mrs. Oscar (Harriet)
w. Simons' whose early
Band set the tone Tuesday
evening at the 60th anniver- land gift prqvided the fciun-
dation for the first Hadas-
sary dinner, for a festive
sah hospital in Jerusalem;
Hadassah event that linked
and Frank Wetsman and Is-
the generations in the great
rael Davidson and their as-
cause of the women's Zion-
sociates who led in the con-
ist movement and the tasks
struction of the present Ha-
undertaken by its to pro-
dassah headquarters- on
vide healing and health for
•Seven Mile Road. Mrs.
Jewry in Eretz Israel.
Band utilized the occasion
The celebration became a
to appeal for generous par-
markedly social event as
ticipants in efforts to build
the new generation of
young women shared in the ' new headquarters for Metro-
politan Detroit Hadassah.
observance with the elders
Mrs. Peter Martin, as
who pioneered in estab-
president of the Detroit Ha-
fishing the Detroit Chapter
dassah . Chapter, added to
of Hadassah five' years
Values from $13 to $46.
the encomia by reviewing
after
Henrietta
Szold
cre-
All sales final ,
the
local activities, giving
ated the national move-
credit for their share in the
ment.
cause to the many who
Mrs. Bin' d introduced the
have been enrolled and to
women who served as presi-
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dents, commencing with the the recently formed Hadas-
sah Associates, and h - us-
oldest living past president,
bands of • Hadassah mem-
• Mrs. Ralph Davidson.
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was the address of the na-
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onist movement, the late Jo- tional president, Mrs. Nath-
an Tannenbaum, whose re-
view of Hadassah history
and achievements gave spe-
cial substance to an event
marking an important anni-
versary.
Mrs. Tannenbaum related
the most recent events in-
- volving progress in the Ha-
dassah medical facilities in
Israel and made special ref-
erence to the reconstruction
of the health center on
Mount Scopus. She was
greeted with applause when
she asserted that the reu-
nited Jerusalem, which oc-
curred a decade ago, will
never be abandoned or split
unless you're 18 and out of a job,
again.
Hadassah women's skills
with no way to pay for college
were demonstrated in a mu-
sical presentation which in
tuition next fall .
eluded recapitulation of ex-
periences during the six dec-
ades of the Detroit women's
activities. The popular
songs of the 60 years were
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sung by Mrs. Albert New-
man and Mrs. Victor H.
Linden, with Lois Novitz at
the piano.

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"United Jerusalem" Award
presented to Solomon.

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