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July 21, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-21

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WOMell's

Owls

Mrs. David Novetsky, presi-
dent of FANNIE GLUCK
CHAPTER, Miarachi, announces
a splash party will be held 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Leon Miller, 18611 Birwoo
Guests are invited. For infor
tion, call Mrs. Sidney Gol
UN 1-5208.
* *- *
SHOMREY EMUNAH SIS
HOOD will hold an install
supper 8 p.m. Wednesday a
home of Mrs. Isadore Levin,
W. Outer Dr. Mrs. Levin, who
was re-elected president, will be
assisted during the coming term
by Mesdames L. Laufer and A.
Ungar, vice-presidents; G. E.
Miller, treasurer; I. Weiss and
E. Benthehn, secretaries. Mem-
bers and friends are invited.

*

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE of Beth Yehudah Schools,
at a recent meeting to make initial plans for the 1961 annual
dinner and show, presented a plaque of citation to Morris Karbal,
chairman of the 1960 event. In presenting the citation, Danie
A. Laven said, "The 1960 Dinner and Show was one of
most successful events in our history, and this was due p
to the dynamic leadership of our general chairman, orris
Karbal." Shown, from left, are Karbal, Daniel A. L n and
Max Biber.

Jewish Nat'l Home Restorin
to Asthma-Stricken Boy fr

"Flavio can neither read nor
write . . . at 12 he is already
old with worry . . . And disease
has touched Flavio. Wasted by
bronchial asthma and malnutri-
tion he is fighting another los-
ing battle—against death."
These words accompanying
the picture story of a poverty-
strick en family in Rio de
Janeiro were printed in Life
Magazine June 16. Today, but
one month later, the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic
Children is helping set Flavio
da Silva back on the road to
life.
The story of this modern
miracle brought about by the
non-sectarian home for childr
stricken with the dread
disease, hit the newsstands
day. A 12-page spread appe
in Life, which financed his jo
ney to the Denver
the only one_of •
U.S.
-F
ho is physically
t to a six-year-old
s the oldest of eight
en, living with their
p ents a "fav la" (sha k)
i the

June
, "th
spark f
pe and war
and e which kee

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Mrs.
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The Labor ZiOnist
tion and the
Campaign
join in p esent-
ing a
ewell reception for
Laib
and Shoshana Hoffmitz
e occasion of their aliyah
Israel. The event will
place Tuesday, \ be
cocktails at 8
Greenberg Center,
fer.

Hoffmitz, wh
member of the
or 37
years, will
1 h his wife
asharon, a suburb
of Tel Aviv. • He has re-
sided in Detroit since 1948. His
wife, the former Soshana Sas-
love, is a graduate of the
Sholem Aleichem School and

going comes f m the boy
Flavio."
The Jewish N ional Home,
which cares for 50 children
(including five
m Israel),
most of them wit ut any fi-
nancial means of s
t
tacted Life after the app ance
of the article suggesting that
the boy be allowed to come to
the home. He arrived July 7.
Flavio, wh6 had told t
Life reporter in Rio, "
day I want to live in a
house, on a real stree
pots and pans and a b ith
sheets," is now being taught
to
nd write . . . a
bed with shee
three Detroit c
C: Detroit Le
e,
Sidney W i ce,
Northwest Ch ter
g Medow,
roit Jun'

hool here. They
have been marr
27 years.
Representatives
Farband,
Pioneer Women, L
and His-
tadrut will greet t
couple at
the affair, to be eld in the
udit
e.
Marcia
rig
an
air Grushka,
eli fo
urgers, will sing
on guitar and accor-
or information, call UN
094.

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Phone
TUROVER
LES AUXI- • • 9 MILE at GREENFIELD
541-1712
LIARY an
ces . plans for a
OAK PARK
garden
noon Aug. 9 at the
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s, 17583 Stoepel. Proceeds
11 go toward the Torah Fund.

*

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HUDAH,
N'S S
ATH
UE will be held
day t the • esh . .ah uild-
ent
D er an
rt
uncil of
Plans
eached for
e held
1
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A . 9 a Holida
4-7989.
nor will be completed. F
are invited.

en Stone, presi-
of the Detroit Council of
Presidents. Sidney Wallace, presi-
dent' of the Detroit League,
Irving Medow, president of the
Northwest Detroit Chapter, and
Robert Steinberg, president of
the Detroit Junior Chapter, will
represent this area as official
delegates to the four-day conven-
tion of the CHILDREN'S ASTH-
MA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
AND HOSPITAL of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic
Children at Denver, July 30-
Aug. 2.
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold a Child Rescue
Fund luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day a
Mrs. Wil-
elinsky, 21
over-
wn, Oak Park. os ess
1
be Mesdames M. Lessen,
Ehrlichman, J. Aaron, J.
• -
enstein,

Kathryn Rubiber Gins De is
entered as a Republican candi-
date for Con-Con delegate from
the 2nd Representative District.
Mrs. Gins-
berg, wife of
Fred M. Gins-
berg, owner of
American
Steel Sales Co.,
is the daugh-
ter of Samuel
H. Rubiner
and niece of
former Judge
Charles Rubi-
ner.
Mrs. Ginsberg
Mrs. Ginsberg's ability is well
known to the many organiza-
tions she has served as a volun-
teer. She has been a solicitor
for the Torch Drisie, the Po
Drive and the Allied J
Campaign.
She has taught Englis
foreign-borii and aide
e Red
Cross ks chauffeur_ fo
eterans
A U L
and underprivileged
hildren.
and their
She has worked as a
lunteer
ds are invited to a c
ut
for the Michigan C cer So-
home
ciety, Sinai Hospital,
e Na- Sunday afternoon
of Paula
42 George
tional Council of Jewish
, Southfield.
and ORT, and is now enrolle
in a course in transcribing
Braille for the blind. She is a Center Shows 'Brazil'
member of Hampton School
"Brazil" will be the third
PTA and was formerly active film in the Friday program of
in the Pasteur School PTA.
travelogues offered by the Chil-
Mrs. Ginsberg, who lives at dren's Division of the Jewish
19143 Berkley, has three daugh- Community Center, 1:3e to 3
ters, eight, seven and four years p.m. today in the Aaron DeRoy
old. The family are members of Theater, 18100 Meyers. Admis-
Temple Israel.
sion is free for Center members.


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EQUALITY CLUB will hold its
next regular meeting July 29 at
the home of Mrs.
yer Wein-
,
oni . Mrs. Sam
r a
announces
e following
corn
mes Harry
Bloo , Sam G nis and Abe
Freedman, sunshine; Morris Ber-
ko and sea Sc tz, re-
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