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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-08

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HIGHLIGHTS

JERUSALEM MIDWINTER
CONFERENCE

ETHIOPIAN CHILDREN

Shirley Shultz, Hadassah Office manager and Tourism Co-chairman
of the Greater Detroit Chapter ofHadassah, sits at the desk ofHenrietta
Szold, the founder of Hadassah, in the Henrietta Szold Museum at the
Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. She attended a Hadassah Conference
on Tourism in Israel.

HADASSAH EDUCATION PRESENTS

BEGINNER'S HEBREW CLASS

Starts Monday, Feb. 11 (9 Mondays)
1:30-3:30 p.m.

Meets at Hadassah Office
Instructor: Vivian Stollman
Fee: $7.00 for materials

NEW STUDY GROUP FORMING
TOPICS
• CYCLE OF JEWISH UFE:

Birth, • Education, Marriage,
Adoption of Children, Death.

• RITUALS AND OBSERVANCES:

Synagogue, The Jewish Home,
Is there one book of Jewish Law?

For information and registration
call Hadassah office — 357-2920

HADASSAH'S ISRAEL
FAMILY LIVE-IN PROGRAM

LIVE — STUDY — TRAVEL IN
ISRAEL FOR ONE MONTH
Stay in a recreation village lo-
cated on an English Moshav;
mingle with the settlers. Program
includes trips to historical sites,
lectures, workshops, ulpan for be-
ginners and advanced Hebrew
studies. Special programs for
children and teens.

Leave N.Y. — July 1, 1985, re-
turn N.Y. —July 29. Cost: Airfare
+ $745 per adult; Airfare + $600
per child under 12. Contact
Hadassah, Aliyah Department,
50 West 58th St., New York, N.Y.
10019 for information and appli-
cation.

THE PRECIOUS LEGACY

Tickets are still available for
the Precious Legacy Exhibit —
the Judaic Treasures from the
Czechoslovak State Collections.
Hadassah days at the Detroit
Institute of Arts are Tuesdays —
March 19, 26 and April 2, 16, 23.
Bus departs 9:15 a.m. and returns
3:34 p.m. Cost is $20 which in-
cludes Docent Guided Tour, Slide
Presentation, Luncheon in The
Crystal Gallery, Afternoon Film
Theater and Bus Tr ansportation.
For reservations call Hadassah
office at 357-2920 or mail check
payable to Haddasah, 19111 W.
Ten Mile Rd., Southfield,
48075.
Bloomfield Hills and Deborah
Groups are having a joint meeting
Tues., Feb. 26 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Bloomfield Township Library.
Speaker Esther Tarnoff-Cooper of
the Detroit Institute of Arts will
present "An Introduction to the
Precious Legacy Exhibit."
Dessert will be served; donation
is $2.00. For information and
reservations, please call Fannie
at 642-2790.
Hadassah members and their
guests are welcome to attend.

CAMP YOUNG JUDIA

Camp Young Judia, sponsored
by Hadassah, is located in Orton-
ville, Michigan. The camp, for
Jewish youth ages 9-14 years,
provides programming of Jewish
content and includes a wide range
of activities in sports, field trips,
arts and crafts and creative learn-
ing programs.
For a brochure and application,
call 357-2920.

YAHRZE1T IN ISRAEL

TEVET December 25 - January 22

Betty Berry
Gladys Straus Feldman
Charlotte Bond
Ilse Straus
Ruth Burnstein
Leo Straus
Joseph Wetsmah

- February 21
Bert Smokier
Anna Smolian
Louis Tatken
Dora Muller Weisman
Dorothy Wetsman
Mary Wetsman

SHEVAT January 23

Rebecca Charney
Leila Corn
Sol Fink
Maurice Floch
Shirley Gersham
Max Milgrom

The Yahreits are observed in perpetuity in the beautiful Cbagall
Synagogue in the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Hadassah donated $200,000 to
Youth Aliyah, over and above its
other contributions to Youth
Aliyah, as a special fund to help in
the absorption of Ethiopian
youths.
During a session at the confer-
ence, attended by Diane Klein,
Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah President and Annette
Meskin, former Detroit Chapter
President; a check was presented
to Uri Gordon, head of Youth
Aliyah by Ruth Popkin, National
President of Hadassah.
It was agreed that the Frieda S.
Lewis Seminar Center at
Hoshaya in the Galilee, estab-
lished by Hadassah for Youth
Aliyah, should be used as an ab-
sorption center for the Ethiopian
children.

['HASSAN DINNER MEETING

Hadassah's second in a series of
dinner meetings will be held
Wednesday, March 13 at the
Standard Club in Southfield.
Wine and conversation at 6:00
p.m. dinner will follow at 6:30.
Jack McCarthy of Channel 7's
"Friday Feast" will be the fea-
tured speaker.
Reservations are due by March
7. Please call Sheila at 626-3812
or Marion at 626-4568 for infor-
mation and reservations. Dinner
cost is $12.00. Hadassah mem-
bers, prospective members and
guests are invited to attend.

CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH FOR
NEW MEMBERS

A champagne brunch honoring
new members, new life members
and their sponsors will be held

Tuesday, February 12 preceding
the Hadassah — Saks Fifth Ave-
nue Fashion Show to benefit
Hadassah Israel Education Serv-
ices.
"This brunch is our way of
thanking all the new members
and new life members for joining
Hadassah — the largest and most
effective women's Zionist Organ-
ization in the world!" said Marjie
Federman, Membership Vice-
President.
All eligible members have re-
ceived a special invitation to this
event. A few reservations are still
available; so it is not too late to
become a new Hadassah member,
life member or sponsor one. Mem-
bership dues are $15.00 per year
and Life membership is still
$175.00 (July, 1985 will be $250).
For information, call Hadassah
office at 357-2920.

AN AGAM HEART
BEATS FOR HADASSAH

A new heart started beating in
the Hadassah-hebrew University
Medical Center. This was not the
result of an artificial heart im-
planted in a human being but an
artistic creation of Yaacov Agam,
the famous sculpture.
Agam's sculpture, "The Beat-
ing Heart Caring for Jerusalem,"
was installed in the middle of a
tranquil pool outside the
Synagogue housing the renowned
Chagall windows.
Agam donated his work to
Hadassah. The cost of casting, in-
stalling and maintaining the
sculpture is a gift from Harry and
Dr. Miriam Freund Rosenthal, a
former National President of
Hadassah.
Speaking at the dedication
ceremony, Agam said; "It is not
easy for me to express myself with
words, my medium is visual. This
Hadassah Hospital is a place
dedicated to keeping the heart of
man beating. In the United
States, I became aware of how the
hearts of the 370,000 members of
Hadassah beat in unison with the
loving heart of this Hospital car-
ing for Jerusalem. I was inspired
by the idea to create my
sculpture."

Making final plans for the Hadassah and Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion
Show, Tues., Feb. 12 at Congregation Shaarey Zedek are committee
members Carrie Kushner, Kathy Sklar, Elaine Sturman and Helen
Koenig (not present Joan Provizer).

Hadassah
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Tuesday, February 12, 1985, 12:30 pm
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Delightful Desserts

Donation $10.00 or one filled E.Y.E. Bank

COMPUTER EXTENSION

The National, Board voted to
add a third year to the Computer
courses at the Hadassah Commu-
nity College in Jerusalem. These
additional courses will
strengthen and improve their
students capabilities for con-
tributing to this continually ex-
panding field.
Over 6000 graduates of Hadas-
sah seligsberg-Brandeis Corn-
prehenisve Hgh School and the
Community College are presently
employed in Israel's technical,
scientific, economic, commercial
and medical sectors, thus con-
tributing to the supply of highly
skilled manpower so vital to Is-
rael's economic growth.

Door Prizes

(need not be present to win)

Thift shop van will welcome
your gently used items.

to benefit

Hadassah. Israel Education Services

The Hadassah Seligsberg-Brandeis Comprehensive High School
is a coeducational four-year high school with nearly 750 students.

The two-year Hadassah Community College has 380 students
now preparing for para-professional posts in education, health,
medicine, science, etc. Training is for Specialized Photography,
Printing and Graphics, Computer Sciences, Medical Technology
and Environmental Engineering, Medical and Scientific
Secretaries, and Dental Technology.

The Hadastah Vocational Guidance Institute is the only non-
public guidance center offering individual counseling, group
guidance and selection testing recognized by the Israel Govern-
ment.

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