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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 3, 1984 21

HADASSAH HEADLINES (

Joan Provizer, Editor

GREATER DETROIT CHAPTER OF HADASSAH

19111 W. 10 Mile Rd., Southfield 48075

MIDRASHA-HADASSAH PLAN
SPRING SERIES

ORIENTALS SEE
EDUCATION AS KEY TO
SUCCESS, SHMUELI SAYS

The Greater Detroit and Political Movement"
Chapter of Hadassah and with Dr. Jonathan
the Midrasha, College of Fishbane, and "Great
Jewish Studies, are plan- Jewish Trials" with Marvin
ning two unique educa- Kasoff.
tional series for the Spring.
The price of the morning
A morning series is slated
for Wednesdays, March 14, series is $15 and the charge
21, and 28, from 10:30 a.m. for the evening series is $7
until 12:00 noon. The first per person.
session will be followed by
lunch.
CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH FOR
An evening series is
planned for Thursdays,
NEW MEMBERS AND NEW
March 22 and 29, from
7:30-9:30 p.m., followed by
LIFE MEMBERS
wine and cheese.
A special champagne
The format for both series brunch for new Hadassah
will be a- choice of one of four members and new life
classes. The daytime series members will be held Tues-
will include: "The World of day, February 7 prior to the
Freud" with Dr. Sidney Saks Fashion Show. The
Bolkosky, "Eat and Be brunch is open to those who
Well: Mothers and Daugh- have become members, life
ters in Contemporary members, and their spon-
Jewish Literature" with Dr. sors since July, 1983.
Jacqueline Zeff, "Jewish Guests are asked to be at
Contribution to Modern Congregation Shaarey
History, A Comparative Zedek by 10:30 a.m. A bus
Approach to the Jewish will then transport them to
Communities of France, a nearby location for the
Germany and America" brunch and return them in
with Dr. Jonathan time for cake, coffee and the
Fishbane.
show. Since advance reser-
The evening choices in- vations are needed, please
clude: "Stress, Parenting, call the office, 357-2920, by
and You" with Dr. Gail Monday. There is still time
Berkove, "Jewish Political to become a member or life
Tradition" with Dr. Gerald member by Monday and be
Teller, "Radicals, Rebels, Hadassah's guest for
and Realists: Jewish Social brunch on Tuesday.

Jews from Arab countries
view schools as a vital
means to the integration of
their children into the fast-
paced technology geared Is-
raeli society, according to
Eliezer Shmueli, Director-
- General of the Israel Minis-
ter of Education and Cul-
ture at a plenary session of
the Hadassah Israel Educa-
tion Services.
Mr. Shmueli said that
Hadassah has made special
contributions to the educa-
tion and absorption of Is-
rael's educationally 'special'
people. The country's early
educators were mainly
graduates of a European
system that sharply differ-
entiated between uni-
' veristy track and vocational
trade schools. Hadassah in
its secondary schools, ad-
vanced the concept of a
"comprehensive education"
where academic and voca-
tional courses were corn-
bined and as a result, voca-
tional training took on a
higher luster of accom-
plishment.
Later the Hadassah
Community College — Is-
rael's first junior college
was another step in extend-
ing opportunities.
In addition to the schools,
Mr. Shmueli singles out the
Hadassah Vocational Guid-
ance Institute for special
mention as that unique
agency in Israel which has
done so much to help absorb
new immigrants, assist vet-
erans and industry in job
placement, and counseling
students for careers.
"Hadassah has faithfully
followed the course of 'prac-
tical Zionism laid out for it
by Henrietta Szold," he con-
cluded, "It has met the
needs of the individual as
well as those of a young na-
tion. It has been a wonderful
partnership between Israel
and the women of Hadas-
sah!"



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LINDA BERLIN, Life Mem-
bership Chairman

MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS
TO RECEIVE AWARD

Marilyn Pickover, Mem-
bership Vice President an-
nounced that the greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadas-
sah will present the Myrtle
Wreath Achievement
Award to Lieutenant Gov-
ernor Martha W. Griffiths.

The presentation will
take place at a luncheon
April 9, 1984 at the Somer-
set Inn. Linda Berlin, Life
Membership Chairman,
said that reservations for
this special luncheon will be
limited to Life Members.

Interested in joining an
Art Study Group? For in-
formation call Carol Aaron,
353-7978.

NBC IN LEBANON: A
STUDY IN MEDIA MISREP-
RESENTATION will be pre-
sented Sunday, February 5 at
10 a.m. at Congregation Beth
Achim, 21100 West 12 Mile
Road.



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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1984
12:30 p.m.

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Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Do you know an
alef from a bet?
Learn to read
Hebrew in 9 weeks
at Hadassah House

For further information

357-2920

Diane J. Klein, President

Frieda Lewis, National
Hadassah President and Is-
rael President Chaim Her-
zog

DELEGATES FROM 16
COUNTRIES ATTEND WORLD
CONFERENCE CELEBRATING
YOUTH ALIYAH'S
50th ANNIVERSARY

Jerusalem . . . "Youth
Aliyah is a Symphony of
Redemption,"- declared
Frieda S. Lewis, National
President of Hadassah,
when she presided at the
opening ceremony of the
World Conference marking
the Jubilee of Youth Aliyah.
"The Movement was.
created 50 years agd to re-
scue Jewish children in
Germany who fell under the
terrifying hand of the Nazi
regime. Since then a quar-
ter million children have
been rescued, nurtured and
educated in Youth Aliyah's
special youth villages, day
centers and other facilities."
Delegates from 16 coun-
tries joined in the celebra-

tions, inlcuding a large mis-
sion. from Hadassah which
was led by Mrs. Lewis, Syl-
via Doppelt, Hadassah's
National Chairman for
Youth Aliyah, and Fan
Levy, Hadassah's National
Fundraising Chairman for
Youth Aliyah.
President Chaim Herzog
said in his address, "To be
with you tonight is to feel
the wings of history sweep-
ing over us, for Youth
Aliyah is a movement of
historic importance. Its suc-
cess in saving tens of
thousands of children by the
use of special social and
educational techniques
gives hope for disadvan-
taged youth everywhere in
the world."

BROADCASTING COURSE
ANOTHER FIRST
IN ISRAEL

This September marked
the official opening of a
Broadcasting Course at the
Hadassah Community Col-
lege. Since the course is the
only one of its kind given in
all of Israel, it is sure to at-
tract wide attention. Set up
in cooperation with the Is-
rael • Broadcasting
Authority, the course will
provide training for aspir-
ing radio announcers, radio
and television technicians.

S pring dean a gem Votig!

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Send your gently used clothing and
household items to the HADASSAH THRIFT
SHOP. Tax deductible, of course!

224 W. 9 Mile
Ferndale, MI 547-8080

Mon.-Fri. 10-5
Sun. 11-4

call 357-2920

Delicious Desserts and Coffee

YAHRZEIT IN ISRAEL

Door Prize compliments of Saks

(All ticket holders are eligible to win, whether present or not.)

Donation $8.00 or one filled E.Y.T. Bank

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The Thrift Shop Van will welcome your gently used items.

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Program Vice President i f

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William B. Buchhalter
Aaron Gershman
Sarah Leven

Morris Muller
Walter W. Rosenberg
Ann Gershman Segal
Harry Sommer

Each month we note the names of those dear ones for whom a benefactor has endowed a Yahrzeit to be
observed in perpetuity in the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem, within its beautiful
Synagogue crowned with the stained glass windows by Marc Chargall. Subscription is seven hundred fifty
dollars.

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