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October 25, 1985 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 25, 1985 21

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Edith Stone, Editor Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah 5030 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield 48093, 357-2920 or 683-5030 Dialie J. Klein, President

Speak out for Soviet Jews

A community event

Yosef Mendelevich, a modern
day Jewish hero, will be the
keynote speaker at the HUMAN
RIGHTS FOR SOVIET JEWS to
be held at West Bloomfield's
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER at 7:30 p.m., TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 5. The event is
being convened by the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
and the Friends of the Soviet
Jewry Education and Informa-
tion Center and is being co-
sponsored by 24 other Jewish
organizations.

Committee members, left, Karen Keidan, Beverly Fine, Hadassah
Chairman and Sol Lachman plan Human Rights for Soviet Jews
events, for Tuesday, November 5.

Mendelevich, who spent
twelve years in Soviet prisons
for' allegedly attempting to
hijack a plane from the Soviet
Union to reach Israel, became
legendary for his defiance of the
soviets by teaching Hebrew and
Jewish religious customs to his
fellow prisoners. Since his emig-
ration to Israel in 1981, Men-
delevich has been a central fig-
ure to free Soviet Jewry. He is
the founder and chairman of the
Jerusalem based SJEIC.
Judge Damon Keith, a noted

speaker for human rights, will
be the introductory speaker for
this event. Judge Keith received
the Human Rights ,Award in
1981 for work on behalf of
Soviet Jews.
The 'Community is invited at
a charge.

Hadassah Moved!

Our new address is-
Hadassah
5030 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield, MI 48033

The phone numbers are-

357-2920 or 683-5030

8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. MTh.
8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Fri.

HADASSAH ASSOCIATES

their families, sponsors and guests
are -cordially invited

•••

to a FESTIVE EVENING with

- Doctor Shemuel Nissan

Chief of Surgery and Pediatric Surgery
Hadassah Hospital, Mount Scopus

Tuesday, Oct. 29

8:00 p.m.

The New Sarah and Ralph Davidson
Hadassah House
51330 Orchard Lake Road
Associates Life Membership $200
For reservations - 357-2920 or 683-5030
Marjorie Saulson, Hadassah Associates Chairman

. .
The Davidson, Saulson and Wetsman families, major donors of the new Sarah and Ralph Davidson
Hadassah House, pictured at the dedication. Seated left - Lillian Wetsman, Fannie Saulson, Sarah
Davidson, Dorothy Gerson and Marjorie Saulson; standing left - Saul Saulson, William Saulson,
William Wetsman, Janice Wetsman, William Davidson and Ethan Davidson. • ,

HMO Dinner Sets New Record!


Joan Provizerjund Raising .
Vice-President, receiving
pledges at Major Gifts dinner.

Join Hadassah

Over 100 contributors joined
Hadassah National , President
Bernice Tannenbaum at the new
Sarah and Ralph Davidson
Hadassah House for a Major
Gifts - Hadassah Medical
Organization - dinner this
month.
Mrs. Tannenbaum urged
everyone to increase their
pledges to continue the many
medical advances being inf-
plemented for research and
patient care at the Hadassah
Hospitals and schools in Israel.
Five Founder's Gifts were an-
nounced at the dinner by: Eve-
lyn and Salmon Grand; Dorene
and David Hermelin; 'Dr. Frieda
Milstein; the Silverfarb family,
Doris and Louis, Betty and
Grant; and Susan and Hanley
Yorke.
Joan Provizer, Fund Raising
Vice-President is proud to report
the total raised at the dinner
exceeded $120,000.
The HMO Drive will continue
through October.

ftodoosah Thr ift shop .

Drop Off Station at
New Hadassah House

'

(Clothing only)

Plans 'are underway for a
Greater Detroit' Hadassah
winter re-union on February 10.
We can reach you only if we
.have your winter address, so
won't you please call our office
with that information. See you
in the Southland!!!
Former Chapter Presidents
Rose Schacter and Lil Perlman
are chairing this meeting.

at the

Tuesday, November 12, 1985

Luncheon at 12:00 noon $6.00
Jewish Community Center

Joseph Amiel

"Birthright"
Morning, 10:00 a.m.

Charles E. Silberman

"A Certain People"
Afternoon, 1:00 p.m.

is

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JOIN US AT
Hadassah's

Dinner Meeting Series
Thursday, Nov. 21

Dimitris of. Southfield

Cheshvan Oct. 16-Nov. 13

'

Laela Miller Saulson

Senator Jack Faxon

Keslev Nov. 14-Dec. 12

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

IIADASSAII DAY

JEWISH BOOK FAIR

Snowbirds to Meet
In Florida

'

YAHRZEIT IN ISRAEL'

Isidor Chomey
Mollie Gershman
Evelyn. Fishman
Reuben Newman
Robert Michael Gage
Laie Sklar
Barney B. Wetsman

••••:

will discuss

"The State Of the Arts"

-

For Reservation call-

Sheila Bass: 626-3812
Marion Scheiman: 626-4568
All Hadassah members and
guests welcome.

•••

Hadassah Book Fair Committee - Left: Sonja Kass, Sue Rose,
Ruth Ellen Singer; Chairman, Marcia Kersch and Dorris
. Chandler invitee - the community to join them at the Jewish Book
Fair..


HadaSsah Bus Service available from:
10 Mile Jewish Center, Highland, Lincoln ToWers,
Knob-in-the Woods, Whitehall and Franklin Club Apt.
Bus $2.00 - Call 357-2920 or 683-5030

Lunch
Reservations
due
by
Friday,
Nov.
10

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