THROUGH eyes still teared from weeks at sea
This trembling babe...this Jewish child -
Too young to know 'twas Liberty -
Saw the Lady's lamp...and smiled.
THUS began Frieda Stollman's new life in America. As she grew up she learned the meaning of Liberty and
thrilled. to the words on the Lady's pedestal - lines by Emma Lazarus, Jewish poet and Zionist:
"GIVE me your tired, your poor
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free
...I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
IN gratitude for America's blessings, Frieda's life has been devoted to the attainment of freedom for all her
people. With the rebirth of the State of Israel, her spirit joyfully expanded in support of its new citizens
"...huddled masses yearning to breathe free."
DURING this Centennial Year of the Lady, our Detroit Jewish community honors its Lady of the Year, Frieda
Stollman: immigrant...valued citizen...humanitarian...Zionist...Woman of Valor.
The Women's Division
Metropolitan Detroit State of Israel Bonds
cordially invites you to celebrate
The Year of the Lady
Emma Latarus Luncheoh
. Frieda Stollman
Recipient-elect of the Gates of Freedom Award
Special Guest Speaker
Mrs. Jan Peerce
Tuesday, August 26, 1986 at 12 o'clock noon
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road, Southfield
Participation in this Tribute Luncheon by the 1986 purchase of $500 or more in Israel Bond securities is sincerely requested.
EMMA LAZARUS LUNCHEON RESERVATION FORM
Please make reservation for (Name)
(Tel. No )
Enclosed is my check for $18.00, mode payable to "Emma Lazarus Luncheon." I would like to be seated with:
Mail this form to: Jane Sherman, Chairman, Lazarus Luncheon, Israel Bonds, 24123 Greenfield Rd.,
Southfield, MI 48075