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May 30, 1986 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-30

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HADASSAH HEADLINES

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Edith Stone, Editor Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah 5030 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield 48033, 357-2920 or 683-5030 Diane J. Klein, President

Festive Celebration Planned
For 70th Anniversary .. .



Susan Yorke New Hadassah President

Maxine Steiner, Program Vice
President, extends a personal
invitation to all Hadassah
members, their families and
guests to join in a gala celebra-
tion June 10, at Temple Israel,
at the Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah Annual Installation
Luncheon. Enjoy an original
musical production, tracing our
70 years in Detroit, by the illus-
trious Hadassah Players, di-
rected by Henrietta Weinberg
and assistant director, Harrilee
Shevin.
Chairman of the Day, Susan
Rose announced that former
Chapter and Group Presidents
will be honored and awards for
outstanding achievements will
be presented.
Marcia Parven, Installing
Officer will install Susan Yorke
as President of Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah for 1986-

Henrietta Weinberg and Harrilee
Shevin going over the script for
June 10th musical.

1987 and the following Group
Presidents: Mary Jo Wolfe, Aviv
Group; Agi Alpert and Gerri
Sloan, Bloomfield Hills; Wendy
Pickover, Chai; Rose Levin and
Shirley Ward, Deborah; Marcia
Kersch and Marion Scheiman,
Evergreen; Paulette Borin and
Nita Lichtenstein, Masada;
Wendy Breshgold, Northville/
Novi; Enid Bienstock, Eleanor
Roosevelt; Nancy Handelman
and Suzanne Noveck, Shalom;
Beverly Cohen, Sharon; and
Hilary Isakow, Tikvah.
Hoffman, Francine Hack, Bar-
bara Orosey, Diane Baron,
Esther Adler and Diane Klein
are planning to make this 70th
year a festive celebration.
For reservations, stop by the
office or mail a $12 check to
Hadassah, 5030 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield, 48033.
See you at the 70th.

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A Musical Retrospective

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at its annual

Installation Luncheon

11:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 10,1986

Temple Israel
Walnut Lake Road

Hadassah Women's Open June 3

Donation S 12.00

Reservations due June 3rd

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Summer Calendar

Education Event
Reverend James Lyons

June 3.5 — Hadassah Tennis
Tournament, Franklin Racquet

presents
a summer workshop on the
"Christian View of Anti-Semitism"
at Hadassah House
7:30 p.m.
June 26
dessert and coffee
no charge—guests welcome

Club.

June 5, Thurs. — Aric Sinai,
Pop-folk singer, Jerusalem Day

Celebration, Southfield latrup
High — 7:30 p.m.

June 10, Tues. — Installation
Luncheon 1 1 :30 a.m. Temple

Israel.

June 15



RSVP 683-5030 or 357-2920

Fathers Day, Surprise him

Tourists Are
Safe In Israel

with a Hadassah Associates
Membership $200 — a lifetime
gift.

June 26, Thurs. — Rev. James Lyons
Speaks, "Christian View of

Anti-Semitism" at Hadassah,
7:30 p.m.

Israel Bond
June 30, Mon.
Luncheon honorng Diane Klein.



July — Watch for the Hadassah Bus
to Ann Arbor Art Fair.

Aug. 4, Mon. — Special Gifts
Luncheon.

Aug. 17-20 — Hadassah National
Convention, Miami Beach, Fla.

Reservations and tickets •
available at
Hadassah office, 357-2920
or 683-5030.

Front center: Annette Liberson, Chairperson. Back left: Committee:
Barbara Gutman, Janice Bloom, Mariann Cramer, Nadine Miller.

The Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah is gearing up for
their 7th Annual Women's Open
Tennis Tournament. The event
will be held at the Franklin
Racquet Club, June 3-5.
Chairperson, Annette Liber-
son and her committee are
planning even greater participa-
tion this year. The tournament
provides fun for members and

non-members while the proceeds
benefit cardio-vascular research
at Hadassah Hospital,
Jerusalem.
Singles and doubles events at
all levels are scheduled. Lunch
on Tuesday, continuous re-
freshments, tennis shirts, balls
and trophies are included. Come
watch your favorite players in
this exciting tournament.

YAHRZEIT IN ISRAEL

March 10 June 7
Iyar
April 10-May 9
Nissan
Feb. 10-April 9
Benjamin Katz
Aaron Gershenson
Herman August
Harry Lindenbaum
Irene Gross
Ida Shevin Baker
Rose Raskin
David Makowsky
William Buchhalter
Joseph living Shevin
Herbert Parzen
Sarah Leven
Florence Shuman
Arie Leib Sklar
Morris Muller
Harry Shuman
Helen Wener
Walter Rosenberg
Frank A. Wetsman
Samuel Wener
Simon Schachter
Bess Yura
Anna Shaffer
Bella Sham
Harry Sommer
The Yahrzeits are observed in perpetuity in the beautiful Chagall Synagogue
in the Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem.

Adar I and II

The National President of
Hadassah issued a call to all
Jewish Leaders and organiza-
tions, as well as to our non-
Jewish friends to promote
tourism to Israel.
She said, "If we allow our
travel plans to be dictated by
terrorists, we hand them a vic-
tory and penalize Israel and
other democratic countries they
have targeted." She also
stressed the strict security pre-
cautions enforced by the Israeli
authorities, as well as those in-
volved in caring for visitors.
Hadassah calls on all its
members to try to make a visit
to Israel part of their plans and
thus express their solidarity
with Israel and their support for
her people and her economy.

Over $100,000 Raised
For Youth Aliyah

The annual Part-Time Parent
Telethon just completed for
Youth Aliyah was a huge suc-
cess. Members of the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
raised more than $100,000.
Chairmen Francine Hack and
Sherry Lofman and Vice-
Presidents of Fund Raising Faye
Krut and Marilyn Pickover
applaud all the members who
gave so generously.

LIFE MEMBERS

are the

HEART OF HADASSAH

For only $10 more
than annual dues
• You Can enroll in Our

NEW LIFE MEMBERSHIP
2 YEAR
INSTALLMENT PLAN

It's Easy! $25 For Enrollment

(Includes 1986-87 Dues)
Plus 6 Installments Of

$40 Eoch (Well Send You Reminders)
And in Moy 1988 YOU Too Will Be A Proud

Life Member of Hadassah

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HADASSAH'S 72nd ANNUAL
NATIONAL CONVENTION

Miami Beach, Florida
August 17-20,1986

All Hadassah members are eligible to attend as dele-
gates. Call Hadassah office, for a registration packet.

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