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HADASSAH HEADLINES

1987

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Sheila Bass, Editor Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah, 5030 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield 48033, 357-2920 or 683-5030 Susan Yorke, President

SEPT. 15 STARTS HADASSAH YEAR!

NURSES!

Volunteer NOW for
The Experience of a Lifetime - in Israel.

LUNCHEON • FASHION
SHOW • BOUTIQUES •
NATIONAL SPEAKER •
SPECIAL AWARD •

The HADASSAH Medical Organization, the pacesetter for quali-
ty medical care in Israel and the Middle East, is urgently seeking
fully qualified nurses to volunteer up to three months of their
time to help meet a critical shortage of personnel at the HADASSAH
hospitals in Jerusalem.

An exciting afternoon is planned for

Accepted volunteers will receive round-trip airfare, food and lodg-
ing and a nominal fee for personal expenses.

Tuesday, September 15 to open the
HADASSAH year! Fashion co-

ACT NOW! Please write Chava Shelkowitz at HADASSAH,
50 West 58th Street, New York, N.Y.10019, or call (212
303-8202.

ordinatoei-Leah Marks, will present
Fall fashions from seven local stores;
boutiques will be set up for your shop-
ping pleasure.

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it easier

After a delicious luncheon, the
featured speaker for the day, will be
Carmela Kalmanson, National
HADASSAH V.P. A special
Humanitarian Award will be presented
to the Rev. James Lyons.

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Luncheon Reservations $12.50.
Checks to HADASSAH HOUSE, 5030
Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield
48033 (683-5030), before Sept. 8.

Exciting plans are in the works for two
groups of HASHACHAR — 3rd-8th
grades and 9th-12th grades. Monthly
meetings will take place at
HADASSAH House, or field trips
will be planned. All information



• • • •

BY HADASSAH

CITY-WIDE
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE

All Groups holding Sunday
Telethons during September.

JOIN NOW!

START THE YEAR WITH RESOLUTION!

Please enroll me as a:
YEARLY MEMBER: ($25)
($250) Two-year payment plan available if required.
LIFE MEMBER:

announces FALL LEARNING SERIES LETTERS TO RUSSIA!
in conjunction with MIDRASHA
Our adopted Russian family still

awaits permission to leave for Israel.
We have urged high-level interven-
tion on their behalf. Meanwhile,
please send New Years greetings
to keep up their moral:
The KEISS-Kuna Family
UL, PLEKHANOVA 26-27
KV.48,
LENINGRAD 190000,
RSFSR, USSR.

WANTED:

from: STEVEN at 683-5030.

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT STOP PRESS!

Education V.P., Ruthellen Singer,
advises that featured lecturer, RAB-
BI LEONID FELDMAN, is the
first Soviet Jew to be ordained a
Conservative Rabbi. A living exam-
ple of the drama of modern Jewish
history, he has experienced total
assimilation, Jewish rebirth, violent
anti-semitism, imprisonment in
Russia - and finally, freedom in the
West!
The Series will be held Thursdays,
10:30 a.m. Noon (refreshments 10
a.m.), October 22, 29 and

Our HADASSAH Medical Organisation (HMO) and Youth
Aliyah (FT.P) fundraising drives have combined.
Only ONE telethon wil be held this Fall. Your combined
pledge for HMO and PTP can be paid with just ONE check, if

TELETHON SEPT. 13- OCT. 31

Youth Groups Sign-up time!

Luncheon $12.50
Reservations to
Hadassah House,
by Tuesday, Sept. 8.

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you wish! The continued support of HADASSAH members and
friends, make possible our outstanding success in healing, teaching,
medical research and the care of Israel's underprivileged youth.

HASHACHAR

10 A.M.
Boutiques
open for
shopping!

. . .for you AND us!

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(Mrs., Ms. Dr.)

NAME:

ADDRESS:

September:
MEMBERSHIP TELETHON -

(ZIP)

PHONE:

Join now!

Please mail to:

Sept. 13-Oct. 31:
FUNDRAISING TELETHON -

please give generously.

Afternoon or evening
Groups available in
most areas, including
NOVI-NORTHVILLE.

HADASSAH HOUSE,
5030 Orchard Lake Road
W. Bloomfield 48033

-

November 5 at the United
Hebrew Schools, 12 Mile in

Southfield. The three scintillating
titles are: "From Marx to Moses -
a Personal Odyssey of a Refusnik",
"Moscow does not believe in Visas"
and "The Golden Medina: Are we
too comfortable here?".
Cost for the Series is $15. Registra-
tion forms will be mailed to all
HADASSAH members - non-
members may call the HADASSAH
office at 683-5030.

INTERESTED IN LEARNING
CONVERSATIONAL YIDDISH or
HEBREW???

HADASSAH HOUSE is the place -
Wednesday mornings - for six weeks,
starting OCTOBER 14.
Beginning Hebrew and Yiddish
classes being formed. There will be
a nominal charge.
Call: 357-2920 or 683-5030, to sign up!

HENRIETTA SZOLD
COUNCIL

Sept. 15, Tuesday:
OPENING MEETING, Noon at

MEMBERS ALERT!!
Workers wanted for Telethon -

Oct. 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18,
Wednesdays, A.M.
BEGINNING HEBREW &
YIDDISH at HADASSAH House.

please call the office to sign up.



• • • •

FLORIDA "SNOWBIRDS"

Wintering in Florida? Make sure
HADASSAH office has your vaca-
tion address - invitations will be sent
for the Gala Luncheon, Feb. 9 at
Boca
Raton
Hotel.!

Adat Shalom.

YAHRZEIT IN ISRAEL

Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, Thursdays:
10 a.m.-Noon. LECTURE
SERIES, United Hebrew Schools.

Rabbi Leonid Feldman.

Nov. 2:
Monday, P.M.
ASSOCIATES MEETING - Save

ELUL: -Sept. 23

Elkan Buchhalter
Ralph Davidson
Helen Kraut Elbaum
Michael Fleischmann
Lillian Mark Furman
William Gershenson
Louis Edward Kirsch
Harry Knopper
Winifred Lindenbaum
Ann C. Mitteldorf
Harry Sklar

TISHREI: Sept. 24 Oct. 23 CHESHVAN: Oct. 24-Nov. 2

Fred Binder
Irene Faye Blavin
Asher Buchhalter
Samuel Louis Turman
Laura Kirsch
Carl A. Oboler
Laela Miller Saulson
Jacob Moishe Shaffer
Harry Sklar
Tillie Sklar

Ezra Buchhalter
Irwin Cohn
Louis Gaum
Bess Levin
Michael Pinchuk

the date.

For all information & reservations, call

HADASSAH office: 357-2920 or
683-5030.

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

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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