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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 27, 1985 33

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HADASSAH HEADLINES

GREATER DETROIT CHAPTER OF HADASSAH

Edith Stone, Editor

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19111 w. 10 Mile Rd., Southfield 48075 • 957-2920 Diane J. Klein, President

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Hadassal‘ Medical Organization
Telethon Continues in October

NEW! HADASSAH
CHAPTER MEETINGS

Afternoon
and
Evening

TUESDAY, OCT. 15

Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah is doing something
NEW! — the opening meeting
will be held both afternoon at
12:30 p.m. and evening at 7:30
p.m. on Tuesday, October 15 at
Temple Beth El.
We are privileged to have Dr.
Ruth Gruber, internationally
noted prize-winning author and Dr. Ruth Grubner to speak at
foreign correspondent address opening message.
both meetings.
Currently, Dr. Gruber is doing research for a book on Ethiopian
Jews. Her recent book "Haven" is being made into a movie for televi-
sion. Her earlier book, "Raquela" the story of a nurse mid-wife at
Hadassah Hospital during Israel's War of Independence,has been
reissued. Dr. Gruber received the National Jewish Book Award for
"Raquela."
Maxine Steiner, Chapter Program Vice-President invites Hadas-
sah members, their families and guests to enjoy refreshments and an
enriching afternoon or evening at the opening meetings. Donation
$2.00; bus service (for a nominal fee) will be provided from several
apartment complexes. For information and bus reservations call
357-2920.

Bernice Tannenbaum to Speak at Hadassah Dinner

Joan Provizer is the fundrais-
ing Vice-President, special gifts
chairman is Libby Sklar and
Helene Koenig and Merrill
Hamburger are dinner co-
chairman.
For dinner reservations call
Hadassah office, 357-2920.

Bernice Tannenbaum will be
the guest speaker at a dinner to
benefit the Hadassah Medical
Organization on Thursday, Oc-
tober 3, at the new Hadassah
House in West Bloomfield.
' Mrs. Tannebaum, a former
president of National Hadassah,
is co-president of the World Con-
federation of United Zionists, a
member of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, a member of the Board
of Governors of the Hebrew
University and vice-president of
the United Jewish Appeal.
Funds raised for the Hadassah
Medical Organization are used
for the Hadassah Medical Com-
plex which includes the
Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical' Center at Ein Karem
and the Hadassah Hospital on
Mt. Scopus. The complex has
in-patient facilities for over
1,100, over 60 out-patient
clinics, and schools of Medicine,
Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing,
Occupational Therapy and Pub-
lic Health.

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ASSOCIATES EVENING

A festive evening is planned
to honor Hadassah Associates on
Tuesday, October 29 at 8:00
p.m. at the Sarah and Ralph
Davidson Hadassah House an-
nounced Marjorie Saulson,
Hadassah Associates Chairman.
Featured speaker will be Dr.
Shemuel Nissan, Chief of
Surgery and Pediatric Surgery,
Hadassah Hospital, Mount
Scopus.
The cost of $200 guarantees a
man;, a lifelong association with
Hadassah. Monies are used
mainly for cardiac care and re-
search at Hadassah Hospitals.
For information call Hadassah
Office.

Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion fund raising campaign,
vital in supporting our hospi-
tals, medical schools, research
and health care in Israel began
in September and will continue
through October.
Faye Krut and Marilyn Pic-
kover, Vice-President Coor-
dinators of the Telethon are ask-
ing members to be generous in
giving when called and please
volunteer to call others so that
this year's Telethon will be an
OVERSUBSCRIBED SUCCESS!

HADASSAH TO CONVENE
SOVIET JEWRY PROGRAM

Hadassah and the friends of
the Soviet Jewry Education and
Information Center have been
chosen to serve as the conveners
for this fall's Human Rights for
Soviet Jews Program. Beverly
Fine, chairman of the event, and
Rae Sharfman, chapter Soviet
Jewry chairman, have been
meeting with representatives
from co-sponsoring organiza-
tions, synagogues and temples.
Yosef Mendelevich, former re-
fusenik who spent twelve years
imprisoned in the Soviet Union,
will be the featured speaker.
The community-wide program
will be held Tuesday, November
5 at 7:30 p.m. at the main
Jewish Community Center.

IYAR April 22-May 20

Irving Joseph Shevin
Benjamin Katz -
Hany Undenbaum - Florence Shuman
Harry Shuman
Rose Raskin
Frank A. Wetsman

SWAN May 21-June 19

Marc Alan Kunin

Sarah Stone

Rose Frenkel

TAMMUZ June 20-July 18

Uchterman
GoldIe
Lerman
Esther Schachter
Bessie VVetsman

Harry Borinstein
ERSI Deutsche

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HADASSAH NEEDS YOU!!!

VOLUNTEER FOR
HMO TELETHON
Come and bring a friend
Now -- Oct. 31
Call 357-2920

National Board Member
To Speak At
Chapter Board Meeting

chapter
Klein,
Diane
president, announced that Jaci
Segaloff, a member of the na-
tional board, will speak at the
first chapter board meeting of
the year. The meeting will be
held Tuesday, October 22, at
9:45 a.m. at the new Hadassah
House. The chapter executive
committee, group presidents,
chapter chairmen and commit-
tee members are invited.

NEWS FROM THE
HADASSAH HOSPITALS

Dr. Samuel Penchas, Director
General of the Hadassah Medi-
cal. Organization cited major ad-
vances in research, diagnosis
and treatment in the past year:

Israel's first test-tube baby;
The Baby Squeezer, new aid de-
veloped to battle against infant
lung disease;
Completion of the Center's
Laser Unit and installation of
an argon laser in the opthal-
mological operating theater;
Introduction of stereotactic

Hadassah House building committee reviewing plans for the new
building. Top left Toba Smokier, Susan Yorke, Julian Tobias;
seated left Dottie Gerson,,Phyllis Newman and Annette Meskin.

JOIN THE CELEBRATION!

May the New Veir bring
to you and yours
all the .blessing of
c peace, health,
joy and happiness.



The Yahrzefts are observed in perpetuity In the beautiful
Chagall Synagogue in the Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem.

YAHRZEIT IN ISRAEL

neurosurgery, a computor-
enhanced, non-invasive tech-
nique which permits diagnosis
and surgical treatment of disor-
ders in parts of the brain and
nervous system previously be-
yond'the surgeon's reach;
Installation of the latest
Israeli-made Elscint 2002 "Cat"
scanner in the Center's Radiol-
ogy Department;
Acquisition of a lithotripter to
pulverize kidney stones by elec-
tronic shock waves.
The use of a single, massive
dosage of high-voltage radiation
to treat abdominable cancers in
mid-surgery;
Implantation of pumps in liver
cancer patients to permit injec-
tion of medication directly into
tumorous tissue;
Utilization of artificial pan-
creases in diabetics to maintain
a-steady-aupply of life-giving in-
sulin.

Av July 19-Aug. 17

Bernard Albert
Eva Baum
Annie Pauline
Buchhalter

Perry Bumstine
Israel Pakier
Morris Rosenberg
. Bessie Weinstein

Elul Aug. 18-Sept. 15
William Gershenson
Irene Faye Blavin

Entin Klein
Elkan Buchhatter
Louis Edward Kirsch
Ralph Davidson
Helen Kraut Elbaum Winfred Undenbaum
Michael Fleischmann Albert Parven

TISHREI Sept. 16-Oct. 15

Fred Binder
Asher Buchhalter
Michael Pinchuk

Jacob Moishe Shaffer
Harry Sklar
Tillie Sklar

Dedication
of the New
Sarah and Ralph Davidson
Hadassah House

Sunday, September 29, 2:00 P.M.
5030 Orchard Lake Road

PARKING — Please park at the West Bloomfield High School,
Orchard Lake Rd., between Walnut Lake and Lone Pine Rds.
Shuttle bus to Hadassah House.

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