Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
DESERT - MOUNTAIN REGION
Volume 57, Number 1 September 2007 Elul 5767 / Tishrei 5768
M RI F LB U Q E AD A AH
U R SA i t all e m em
invites a l members
by Mildred Perelman Chanin oo pen ng event
to our opening ev ent
Youth Aliyah Chair
The year was 1941; the place,
A LUNCH TEA
Tucson, Arizona. I received a call
from Pearl Brown, a 14-year-old, U
A Lunch Tea is is MEN
who said she had just returned from es
Chicago where they had a Junior similar to a High Tea
imilar h Tea Tea Sa e s
Hadassah group that was raising
funds for children in Palestine. She
served l day
but serv earlier in the day! Coffee
said she thought it would be nice if
we had a group in Tucson; and since with Special Guest Speaker:
I had started a Jewish girls high an L p
school club a few years before, she R i D c for e wi sh g nc Isr ae
Regional Director f or the Jewish Agency for Israel
thought I might know how to start a
The Current Situation in Israel and how Hadassah Fits In
Junior Hadassah. I called Dora
Rubenstein, the local Hadassah presi-
dent, and she sent to national for the S y ans n
Sandy Hansen will report on her trip to the
material. In a couple of months we 2007 National Convention in New York City
had a Junior Hadassah group estab- N .
lished. Unfortunately, Pearl was too
young to belong so we made her an
0 P R S O N I L
THE 2007 TREASURER’S REPOR T “SPIEL OR NO SPIEL”
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ue ay September 1 , 0
Tuesday, S e m be 18, 2007
raised went to supporting Meier : 0
1 00 – 3:00 pm
Shefeyah the Youth Aliyah w sh m t Center
Jewish Community Ce nte
children’s village Hadassah had es-
tablished for children who had been 5 0 yo ng l v
5520 Wyoming Blvd.
brought from Europe. I recall seeing t 1 .
pictures of Henrietta Szold welcom-
ing those children who had escaped
Make your reservations by September12, 2007.
o r v tio n pte 2 .
from the Holocaust with only the
Please call Doris Taylor at 867-5043 to charge
clothes on their backs and with
your reservation by Visa or MasterCard or send her
memories that required professional
your check, payable to Hadassah, to 7089 Albany
Hills Court, Rio Rancho, NM 87144.
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ALBUQUERQUE HADASSAH FROM THE PRESIDENT’S PEN...
H S DE T N
2007-2008 Dear Hadassah Sisters.
I am pleased to announce that the Albuquerque Chapter of
EXECUTIVE BOARD: Hadassah and Lailah Hadassah will be hosting the Regional
Co-Presidents: Sandy Hansen, email@example.com, 294-2131 Mid-Winter Board Meeting and Education Seminar this coming
& Carol Bernstein, firstname.lastname@example.org , 266-1448 February 9 – 11, 2008. It will be our responsibility to make their
Treasurer: Ida Humphrey, 294-4015
Recording Secretary: Sandy Wedeen, 922-6449
visit a pleasant one. This will be combined with an education
Corresponding Secretary: Gerry Kipper, 856-4097 program put on by the regional education department. We will
Membership Co-Vice Presidents: Caitlin Hecsh, 896-3428 have more details, as the time gets closer.
& Loretta Saslawsky, email@example.com Thanks to all of you, I had the opportunity to attend the
Education Vice President: Janice Goodman, 821-9302 Hadassah National Convention in New York City this past July.
Fundraising Vice President: Fran Luftschein, 856-1526
Program Co-Vice Presidents: Jan Bray, 292-7270
I will be talking about some of the highlights at this month’s
& Rochelle Schwalb, 332-3189 meeting. I hope that everyone will show up and smile so I don’t
collapse from nerves.
EDUCATION: I want to wish everyone a sweet, happy and fulfilled
American Affairs: Jan Bray, 292-7270 New Year. Happy Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur to
Israeli Affairs: Shirley Hurwitz, 294-6753 all.
Health Education: Linda Hayon, firstname.lastname@example.org, Shalom,
Historian: Janice Goodman, 821-9302 Wishing you & your
Book Discussion: Barbara Waserman, 275-9937 Co-President
& Anita Toppston, 898-0336 family a happy,
Sunday Morning Discussion: Connie Slavin, 265-6001 healthy, and sweet
& Loretta Saslawsky, email@example.com
JUNIOR HADA H RE EM D
Calendar: Fran Luftschein, 856-1526
Donor Records: Marji Adolphe, 344-2730 U R DASSAH EMEMBERED
JNF Trees & Certificates: Lydia Horowitz, 892-8589 Continued from page 1
National Certificates: Fran Luftschein, 856-1526
Tribute Cards: Janice Gordon, 299-8395 Our group also took over from the senior group the job of
& Esther Brown, 299-5585 raising some of the funds for JNF by having a day when we
Blue Boxes: Sue Sehr, 891-8909 canvassed the city. Hadassah gave us a list of all the known
Youth Aliyah: Mildred Chanin, 797-4784
Youth Commission/Young Judaea: Jana Druxman, 898-4057
Jewish families in town. I remember sitting on the living room
floor, cutting up names and addresses and dividing them by areas.
COMMUNICATIONS: One Sunday morning, all of the girls, carrying JNF boxes, went
Bulletin Editor: Sandy Hansen, firstname.lastname@example.org, 331-1456
Assistant Editor: Janice Goodman, 821-9302 to their assigned areas and called at each of the homes. The
Lailah Liaison: Sylvia Goffe, 345-3100 following Sunday my best friend’s father drove her and me to all
Life/Associate Chair: Ruth Held, 299-2051 the homes in the outlying areas that couldn’t be reached by foot.
Credit Cards: Doris Taylor, 867-5043 We didn’t miss many Tucson homes!
LAILAH GROUP: Our first big fund raising function was a Black and White
Co-President: Laura Grossman, email@example.com, 342-1886 Cocktail party on December 7, 1941; actually it was coffee and
& Jan Secunda, BigJ3852@aol.com,299-4660 cream plus cake, cookies and tea sandwiches. I remember we
Treasurer: Stacy Neill, 857-9117
Membership VP: Debbie Seely, 292-4286 were in the kitchen of the All States Club preparing the refresh-
Program VP: open ments when one of our members came running in shouting, “Pearl
Education VP: Evie Zlotkin, 296-4938 Harbor has been attacked, we are at war!” Needless to say, that put
Fund Raising VP: Marti Johns, 858-1430 a damper on our party.
Recording Secretary: Janet Ehrlich, 828-1175 Most of our members were University students, and when a
Corresponding Secretary: Evie Zlotkin, 296-4938
Young Women/Young Leaders: Marti Johns, 858-1430 coed campus Zionist group was started several years later, the
Junior Hadassah group ended.
COVER STORY: 2007 OPENING PROGRAM
VE O R HADA H QUOTAS
Dan Lepow is currently the Regional director for the Jewish This year we will not have a line item
Agency for Israel, working with the Jewish communities in the quota. We now have two quotas. One is
western United States to provide an increased awareness of the a total for Hadassah projects and the
social, economic and educational needs of Jewish people in other is for the new Sarah Wetsman
Israel and around the world. Because of his daily contact with Davidson inpatient tower at Hadassah
the people in Israel his information is timely and relevant. Medical Center in Jerusalem. Our quota
Originally a Philadelphian, he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Peru after for the tower is $17,000 and for the other
graduation from Penn State University followed by a position with Philadelphia Hadassah projects, including HMO, our
National Bank as their Officer for Corporate Social responsibility and charitable quota is $70,000.
contributions. Always active in Jewish community from his youth in the Habonim Hadassah honored chapters and re-
Movement, he shifted careers into Jewish fund raising working in executive and gions nationwide with membership and
campaign positions with the Jewish federations in Miami, Florida; Vineland, New fundraising awards, July 2007.
438 of its nationwide chapters and
Jersey; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Tidewater (Virginia Beach), Virginia.
regions nationwide that met or exceeded
He is married to Susan Lepow, a Jewish educator. They have three sons. You
their yearly membership and fundraising
can find him in the Federation Office at the JCC.
objectives were recognized. The awards
Sandy Hansen, Co-President of our chapter, will report on the 2007 National were presented at the recent National
Convention in New York City. She will tell us how she managed this carrying only Convention in New York.
a knapsack. Recipients were honored for reach-
Have you seen “Deal or no Deal” with Howie Mandel on TV? As Howie ing either 100 percent or 110 percent of
Mandelbaum, he is also the host of Hadassah’s Treasurer’s Report “Spiel or no their objectives with 136 chapters or
Spiel.” regions meeting 100 percent of their
You don’t want to miss a minute of our informative and exciting opening membership goal and 31 exceeding their
program. Make your reservations by September 12, 2007. Please call Doris goal by an additional 10 percent. Of the
Taylor at 867-5043 to charge your reservation by Visa or MasterCard or send 402 fundraising awards distributed, 86
your check, payable to Hadassah, to 7089 Albany Hills Court, Rio Rancho, NM were given to chapters and regions that
87144. met 100 percent of their individual quo-
tas, while almost four times that number
– 316 chapters and regions – received a
WELCOME TO OUR NEWEST KEEPER OF THE GATE
E M O E R F H Medallion of Merit for oversubscribing
their HMO quota by 20 percent and their
We want to welcome our new Keeper of the Gate, Jana Druxman. Keepers of other quotas by 10 percent.
the Gate celebrated its 10th anniversary at a reception at the New York convention. Special recognition was given to
Each Keeper was individually recognized and thanked. Many Keepers present those chapters and regions that met both
have participated in this annual gift program for 10 years. their bottom-line fundraising quota and
The monthly automatic credit card plan continues to be the easiest way to pay total membership goal. 131 Special
a Keepers gift. A nominal amount is charged to your credit card each month which Achievement Awards were presented
allows you to complete a Keeper’s commitment by the end of the fiscal year (May this year – a remarkable jump from last
31st). To become a Keeper call Marti Johns at 858-1430 or Fran Luftschein at 856- year, when only six chapters and re-
1526. gions nationwide were granted this
Our representative at the national
L ailah U pdate
convention, Sandy Hansen, was given
ribbons to wear throughout the conven-
tion so all could know that Albuquerque
The Lailah group will be having their first Rosh Chodesh meeting Hadassah was recognized. A special
September 20, 2007, with Tanya Miller presenting information and spiritual thanks goes to all of you who donated
guidance. Check your e-mail for more details as the time approaches or email this past year and made it possible.
Jan Secunda at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
“WORKS OF HADASSAH” AROUND THE WORLD
F DASSAH ND E RLD SHOP FOR A CAUSE:
Hadassah International was born in 1983. Bernice Tannenbaum, a past SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13TH
president of Hadassah, conceived the idea of going beyond the borders of the
United States to cultivate support for the Hadassah Medical Organization. With What is “Shop For A Cause?” This one-day
unanimous backing of the parent organization, the Hadassah International shopping event is one of the many ways Macy’s
Medical Relief Association (HIMRA) was born. Our mission was: to provide gives back to our community through support
support for the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel, so that it remains an of local non-profit organizations!
academic center of excellence for healing, teaching, and research; to enhance the We will sell $5 shopping passes to Macy’s
image of Israel though the works of the HMO worldwide; to serve as a bridge to that entitle the bearer to special savings on
nations through medicine. select merchandise throughout the store in
To quote Bernice Tannenbaum: “The future lies before us. Medicine knows
addition to regular and sale merchandise spe-
no boundaries, neither should Hadassah International.” That quote says it all.
cials. 100% of the ticket sales go to Hadassah.
Hadassah International creates connections and builds bridges. We, the members
of Hadassah chapters all over this country, share this vision and will continue to Macy’s does not keep a percentage. There will
work and move forward. be more information in the next bulletin.
In July, 31 Sudanese refugees (17 children and 14 adults) found safety in Passes must be purchased before October
Israel; shortly thereafter, a new baby was born in Israel. Mazel Tov!! 13. Call Fran Luftschein at 856-1526, or you
Faruk Rashid, a 58 year old Pakistani citizen, who runs a large international can e-mail her at email@example.com. You
business in Uzbekistan, was admitted to Hadassah Medical Center and received can also send an e-mail to Sandy Hansen at
relief from a heart problem. firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Multidisciplinary teams of Hadassah physicians have successfully removed The all day limited exclusion savings pass
and frozen the eggs of young girls about to undergo chemotherapy giving them includes:
hope for preserving their fertility. 20% off regular, sale and clearance
These are just a few examples of the help that citizens of the world have women’s, men’s and children’s apparel and
received through the efforts of Hadassah. It is always gratifying to see the good accessories, fine, bridge and fashion jewelry,
things that can happen when good people get together and work to make the world bed and bath items, housewares, picture
better. frames, luggage, china, crystal and silver, all
kitchen items, personal care items, electronics
HPV QUESTIONS ANSWERED
TIO NS ERE and technology items. 10% off regular, sale
and clearance furniture, mattresses and rugs.
(New York, NY – February 9, 2007) This week, the discussion about the
*EXCLUDES: Cosmetics and fragrances, fine
vaccine against cervical cancer (Human Papillomavirus [HPV]) made its way
and fashion watches, bridge sportswear, Coach,
onto the front page and into prime time television. To help readers understand
kate spade and Dooney & Bourke handbags,
the importance and value of the vaccine for all girls and women, aged 9-26,
designer and bridge shoes and handbags for
Hadassah’s Department of Women’s Health and Advocacy has compiled the
most common FAQs: her, Louis Vuitton, Martha Stewart Furniture,
Q: What is the HPV vaccine? Ralph Lauren Furniture, Bridal Kiosks, All-Clad,
A: It is a vaccine that protects against the 4 types of HPV that are responsible all Waterford, Baccarat and Lalique. ALSO EX-
for approximately 70% of all cervical cancers and 90% of genital warts. The CLUDES HIS/HERS: Oval Room, 28 Shop, St.
HPV vaccine is not a substitute for routine cervical cancer screening; it will not John, Lacoste, Impulse, Polo/Ralph Lauren,
treat or cure HPV. Lauren and Tommy Bahama. Not valid on Ev-
In addition to the vaccine, your health professional has a new tool available eryday Values, specials (including Morning Spe-
to help diagnose HPV infection in combination with the Pap test. The Pap test cials), Super Buys (including fine jewelry Super
screens for abnormal cells in the cervix that may turn into cancer over time and Buys), Macy’s Gift Cards, special orders, previ-
doctors recommend that women have their first Pap by age 21 or within 3 years ous purchases, restaurants, wine, or
after first intercourse. nonmerchandise-related services; on purchases
The HPV test is used to show the presence or absence of genetic DNA from leased departments; or as payment on
material from HPV. An HPV test is recommended for screening women 30 and credit accounts. Discount will be deducted from
over at the same time as they get their Pap test. Women under age 30 will get an the current price (regular, sale or clearance, as
see “Questions” continued on page 8
da ss h Calendar e Once A ain!
It’’s Hadassah C l en a r Tiime Once Again!
We invite you to participate in our major fundraiser for Hadassah Medical Organization in 2007-2008.
We hope that all members will make an effort to get at least one commercial advertiser for our calendar.
Wih your help, we can reach our goal of approximately $25,000 for this year.
a r r ic s for Display
Calendar Prices f Di pl Ads s
FRONT COVER INSIDE - $250 WHOLE PAGE - $225 BACK COVER INSIDE/OUTSIDE - $250
1/2 PAGE - $125 1/4 PAGE - $75 1/8 PAGE - $50 1/16 PAGE - $ 40
O ther Calendar Prices
Other Ca lend a ce
FRIENDS OF HADASSAH - $36 MEMORIAL LISTING - $5 GRANDMA’S TREASURES - $5 FUR CHILDREN - $5
MEMORIAL BOX - $25 GREAT GRAN’S RICHES - $5 MOTHER’S JEWELS - $5 GRANDPETS - $5
HOW CAN I MAKE
Don or redits h Calendar
Donor Credits for the C l en ar
THE DEADLINE FOR ALL ADS AND LISTINGS IS OCTOBER 15, 2007. If you are unable to renew your old
ads, please let Fran know immediately so that we can reassign them. We don’t want to lose them.
1. 1/2 CREDIT IS GIVEN FOR DISPLAY ADS. If you bring in $300 in new ads, you will receive $150 credit
which makes you a donor without adding any cash of your own. Old listings will receive 1/2 credit
towards your donor, up to $100, but you must add an additional $50 to become a $150 donor.
2. 1/2 CREDIT IS GIVEN FOR FRIENDS OF HADASSAH.
3. NO CREDIT IS GIVEN FOR MEMORIAL LINES, MEMORIAL BOXES, GREAT GRAN’S RICHES, GRANDMA’S
TREASURES, MOTHER’S JEWELS, FUR CHILDREN OR GRANDPETS. We have discontinued birthdays and
We accept anonymous contributions. All donations are tax deductible. Try to get the check when you
pick up an ad. Checks must accompany listings for memorial lines and memorial boxes, Great Gran’s,
Grandma’s and Mother’s listings, Friends of Hadassah, Fur Children and Grandpets. This will help us
cut down on the cost of billing two and three items. Please make all checks payable to HADASSAH.
PAYMENTS CAN BE PAID WITH VISA OR MASTERCARD BY CALLING DORIS TAYLOR AT 867-5043.
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**IMPORTANT** Be sure you have an accurate address for your advertiser. Sometimes this will differ from
the address on the advertisement. We also need the phone number of a responsible contact should any
questions arise regarding the effective reproduction of photographs or artwork. DIGITAL ART MUST BE
PROVIDED IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING FORMATS: TIFF, JPG OR PDF WITH A MINIMUM RESOLUTION OF 200
DPI. WEB GRAPHICS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. ANY AD NOT IN ONE OF THESE FORMATS WILL BE CHARGED
AN ADDITIONAL LAYOUT FEE.YOU CAN CALL CAITLIN HECSH AT 896-3428, FROM 9AM - 4PM, FOR MORE
NEW ADS are to be cleared with FRAN LUFTSCHEIN at 856-1526 to avoid duplication. Members who wish to
be NEW SOLICITORS, must contact FRAN at 856-1526.
Fr ds assa emoria Line
F r d s of Hadassah,, Memorial Lines,
Ha a ssa em oria Lin e
Mem r Gran ma easure
M emor l Boxes, Grandma’s Treasures,
Gra n m a ea sure
r t Gra n R he s, M oth e Jewels,
Great Gran’s Riches, Mother’s J e e s,
Gran hes, Mother’s Je els,
Fur h d n
F Children & Grandpetsnd
For more names, please add your own sheet of paper.
Friends of Hadassah: minimum $36 for each listing
In Loving Memory: line - $5 each line; box - $25 (up to 7 lines)
Great Gran’s Riches: $5 each child, Great Gran’s name free
Grandma’s Treasures: $5 each child, Grandma’s name free
Mother’s Jewels: $5 each child, Mother’s name free
Fur Children: $5 each child, Mother’s name free
Grandpets: $5 each child, Grandparent’s name free
Please send both personal listings and business ads with checks payable to Hadassah to:
2009 Quail Run Drive, N.E.
Albuquerque, NM, 87122
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• THESE LISTINGS MAY BE PAID BY VISA OR MASTERCARD •
JUNE WALKER NEW CHAIR OF CONFERENCE OF PRESIDENTS
R AI O E NC S I NT S QUESTIONS
June Walker was nominated the next chair of the Conference of Presidents of Continued from page 4
Major American Jewish Organizations. The election took place on June 4. At that HPV test if their Pap test results are
time, Walker became only the second woman to head the Conference; Shoshana inconclusive.
Cardin served as chair from 1990-1992. Q: Who should get the vaccine?
Since 2003, Walker served as Hadassah’s 23rd National President. Her fourth A: The vaccine was approved by
and final one-year term concluded in July when a new National President was the Food and Drug Administration
elected at Hadassah’s annual national convention in New York City this past (FDA) in 2006 and made available for
July. use in girls and women between the
Outgoing Conference of Presidents’ Chairman Harold Tanner applauded the ages of 9 and 26. The vaccine may also
committee’s recommendation: “I am delighted with the decision of the Nominat- help protect people who have one type
ing Committee to select June Walker. She has been a longtime leader and is of HPV from becoming infected with
highly conversant in the issues facing the Conference of Presidents. She has been another type.
an outstanding leader with one of the largest and most important organizations. Q: Why is it important for girls and
She is well known in the US, Israel, and Jewish communities abroad.” young women to be immunized?
A: To safeguard their health by pro-
tecting them against 70% of all cervi-
NAN Y FALCHUK ELECTED NATIONAL PRESIDENT
ANCY H E NA ENT cal cancers caused by high risk types of
HPV and 90% of genital warts.
July 2007- Nancy Falchuk of Newton Center, MA, was elected National Q: Is it likewise important for Jew-
President of Hadassah at the annual National Convention held in New York City.
ish girls and young women to be immu-
In accepting the position, Nancy said, “Each one of us has a fire in our hearts
for something wonderful. The fire in my heart is for Hadassah….I proudly accept
A: Yes. Jewish girls and young
the role as the 24th National President of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organi-
women are included in the population
zation of America, fully aware that our organization is as relevant today as it was
for which the FDA has recommended
almost a century ago.
the HPV vaccine. The old wives’ tale
For 95 years, Hadassah women have overcome the obstacles of war, terror, and
that Jewish women do not get cervical
disease to save lives, heal bodies, and educate minds. From the first two American
cancer is false. HPV is very common
Jewish nurses we sent to Palestine, Hadassah’s primary goal has never wavered.
and does not distinguish among race,
It remains what it has always been – to support the land, the people, and the well-
religion, ethnicity or culture.
being of Israel.”
Q: How can Hadassah help?
A nurse by training, she is the co-founder of the Hadassah National Center for
A. Hadassah recognizes the HPV
Nurses’ Council, the first and still only national professional organization for
vaccine as a breakthrough in the pre-
Jewish Nurses. She combines her passion for nursing with a deeply held belief that
vention of cervical cancer and that 2006
medicine is a bridge to peace in all parts of the world. It was with this guiding
marks the first time the FDA approved
principle that she devoted more than 17 years of work to Hadassah International,
a vaccine that prevents cancer.
the international arm of Hadassah with a presence in more than 26 countries.
Hadassah recommends that you have a
Her goals for her presidency include returning to the organization’s roots of
frank and open discussion with a health
providing Zionist and Jewish education to the membership through today’s
professional to make certain it is right
technology, reinforcing the link between domestic issues and the organization’s
for you or your loved one.
Zionist heritage, fully engaging the membership in the upcoming 2008 electoral
For more information visit:
process through voter forums and other means of education, attracting young
Jewish women to the organization, and sensitizing “an indifferent world to issues www.cdc.gov, www.fda.gov;
of Jewish survival and security.” www.womenshealth.gov and
“Going forward, my vision for Hadassah is to continue on the path of becoming
www.niaid.nih.gov, or call Hadassah’s
an international powerhouse,” she said. Department of Women’s Health and
Nancy is married to Dr. Kenneth H. Falchuk from Venezuela, a professor of Advocacy at (212) 303-8094.
Medicine at Harvard Medical School. They have three children and five grandchil-
HADASSAH MEMBERSHIP REPORT
SS M HP O CURRICULUM WATCH:
We are pleased to announce that we will be continuing the current member- WHERE WE STAND TODAY
get-a-member initiative, Hadassah Values Members. This successful initiative
will be extended through the next fiscal year ending May 31, 2008. Members who Fifteen years ago, when Hadassah
refer a new Member/Associate to Hadassah (referring member’s name and ID# implemented Curriculum Watch, we
or address must be included with each new member’s name, contact information started out simply trying to see how
and dues submitted) will receive one of 18 enamel lapel pins embossed with a Judaism as a world religion was por-
Hadassah value. Members are encouraged to keep referring new members in trayed in textbooks, looking for bias,
order to collect the whole set! slant, misinformation, and/or prejudice.
If every member refers one new member, Hadassah will be 600,000 strong. When we began, we were concerned
Welcome New Members: New Life Member: with the hyphen in the expression
“Judeo-Christian tradition” of this
Andrea Newman (Lailah) Susan Shadoff country.
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Upgrade to Life: education must teach the Judeo-Chris-
PO Box 738 Stacey Neill tian-Islamic tradition.
Tome NM 87060 We have Eurocentrism replaced by
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tion of the contributions of European
Dr. Margaret Warner Laurian Pokroy Dixon (Lailah)
Jews to American history. We have
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found a textbook published by Prentice-
Hall on African-American history,
adopted by every ninth grade school in
the city of Philadelphia, which elimi-
In Memory of our Hadassah Sisters: nates any contribution of the American
Jewish community to the civil rights
Arline Ryterr Frankie Ge l
Fran ie Gellert
movement. Another textbook, pub-
di h m
Edith Friedman e l a Malach
Bellina M ac lished by Glencoe, is Judenrein – free
of every contribution by American Jews
Change of Address: to American history.
Jan Bray Jeanne Weinstein We have come a long way from
7041 Prairie Court NE, 87109 3920 Juan Tabo NE, 87111 worrying about the hyphen in Judeo-
Christian tradition. Now we are con-
Victoria Isaacson Hilda Feigelson
1000 Riverview Dr SE #108 22219 W. 63rd Ave cerned about our place in American
Rio Rancho, 87124 Boca Raton FL 33428 history and our existential identity as a
people. If we are missing from the
Marge Danies Elaine Beckett textbooks and we are missing from the
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Roswell NM 88203 classrooms because our numbers have
Sylvia Goffe diminished, our youngsters will have
6204 Tierra Antigua NE, apt. G, 87111 Rochelle Schwalb no sense of Jewish identity. The big-
345-3100 new phone: 404-1222 gest problem for self-identification as
Carolyn Sedalnick Suzanne Rich a Jew is to sit in a classroom, year after
1412-B Vassar NE, 87106 8050 E. Broadway Blvd year, where everything that we have
Tuscon AZ done and have experienced as a Jewish
people is missing.
T RIBUTES & M EMORIALS
CERTIFICATES: Jean Jaffee, in loving memory of Jay Jaffee, beloved Mary Ann Fisher, get well wishes
To... husband, father & grandfather - Jan Bray
Ruth Held, in memory of Irving Held, your beloved - Pauline & Bud Moranz Marge Danies, get well wishes
husband Mr. & Mrs. Jim Kubie, in memory of Edith Kubie - Jan Bray
- Doris & Donald Taylor - Connie & Jerry Slavin Connie Howard, get well wishes
The family of Ted Singer, in memory of Ted Singer, Ruth Carl, in memory of Edna Carl, beloved mother & - Jan Bray
your beloved husband & father grandmother Mimi Efroymson, in honor of your birthday
- Henri & Lee Courtnage - Marion Blumberg - Shirley & Leon Hurwitz
Jim & Elizabeth, in memory of your beloved mother, Dolores Rubio, in memory of Reuben Rubio, beloved Leo Bisconte, wishes for a speedy recovery
Edith Kubie husband, father & grandfather - Shirley & Leon Hurwitz
- Muriel Hartz - Sylvia & Jerry Sherman Rita Duley, thinking of you and hope you are feeling
Paul Rockett & Joanne Brown, congratulation and Bernard Eisberg, in memory of Madeline better
best wishes for the happy occasion. With love. - Steve Schiff, Post 375, Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A. - Esther Brown
- Janet & Ben Barsky Max Schneider, in memory of Marcella - Connie & Jerry Slavin
Clara Tritt, happy birthday for the biggie - Steve Schiff, Post 375, Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A. - Janice Gordon
- Ida & Dick Humphrey The Katz family, in memory of Herbert Doris Taylor, thinking of you and hope you are feel-
Ed Starsky & family, in memory of Karin Starsky, - Steve Schiff, Post 375, Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A. ing better
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Selma Van West, in memory of your sister Daniel Gross, Stephanie Andrew & Seth Andrew, in occasion of your son Philip’s wedding
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BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
O I US S O N O P SUNDAY
The Hadassah Book Discussion Group meets on the second
Tuesday of the month, 1 - 3:00 pm at Congregation Albert.
Light refreshments will be served. There is a $2.00 charge at
I CU O U
each meeting to cover the cost of the room.
Tuesday, September 11 - There will be a meeting to discuss
this year’s agenda. Please come with the name and title of a
book that you would like to have discussed. The book should
be available at the public library and in paperback. There will not be a book
discussed at this meeting. As of this bulletin, I am not connected to e-mail.
Barbara Waserman P A K R:
SPEAKER: Noel Pugach
Co-Chair, Book Discussion Group
275-9937 O IC:
TOPIC: Pioneer Jews of New
Mexico from the Perspective of
the NM Jewish Historical Society
FLE DATE: September 9, 2007
Congratulations to the following ladies who won Raffle prizes at our intstallation TIME: 9:45 am
program in May: Fran Luftschein, Marsha Blank, Ilana Locke, Pauline Moranz
and Marji Adolphe. C
PLACE: Home of Mariana Ahrens,
We raised a little over $300 which went to Hadassah’s Youth Aliyah program. 6817 Glendora NE
We’d like to conduct the Raffle again this year. Stay tuned for more details!
If you wish to attend and are NOT
on the regular calling list, please con-
SPECIAL DONATIONS & BEQUESTS
E A NS Q E S tact Gerry Kipper no later than the
Another special bequest has been received from the estate of Edith Kubie. Thursday before the event. If you have
A bequest has been received from the estate of Rosalyn Gethner. accepted and find that you cannot at-
tend, please call Gerry Kipper and let
To learn more about making a bequest to Hadassah her know. These requests are a cour-
call Fran Luftschein, 856-1526.
tesy for the hostess in planning for food
A donation has been made in loving memory of Michael Chapman by Cyndi Heller. and seating. Please DO NOT ARRIVE
A special donation has been made in memory of Irving Held before 9:30 as the hostess needs time
by Helen & Norman Sider. to prepare.
Thank you for your understanding
A donation has been made in honor of Lydia Horowitz,
Lillian Taylor & Ilse Blaugrund by Estelle Rosenblum. and cooperation. We hope to see you at
the meeting to hear this interesting
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Call Marji Adolphe, 344-2730, to
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credit is given on certificates, some
A program of Women’s Division calendar donations and cash or check.
of the Jewish Federation No donor credit is given on trees or
& Jewish Family Service
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SEPTEMBER A LOOK AHEAD...
3 Labor Day October 15 Calendar Ad Deadline
4 Board Meeting October 16 Monthly Meeting
9 Sunday Discussion Group 2008
11 Book Discussion Group January 27 Education Day
12 Erev Rosh Hashannah February 9 - 11 Regional Mid-winter mtg.
April 10 Women’s Seder
13- 14 Rosh Hashannah
18 Monthly Meeting, JCC
20 Lailah Meeting
It’s Calendar Time Again!
21 Erev Yom Kippur
22 Yiskor Yom Kippur See pages 5, 6 and 7 for all
26 Erev Sukkot the updated information.
The deadline for ads is October 15, 2007.