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January 03, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-03

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women's

Oats

Mrs. Samuel P. Baker, presi-
dent of the Detroit League of
the Denver Children's Asthma
Institute and Hospital (CARIH),
(More Clubs Page 11)
this week announced that the
group's annual donor luncheon
AESCULAPIAN PHARM A-
will be held in the Shaarey CEUTICAL ASSOCIATION LA-
DIES AUXILIARY will hold its
installation luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Imperial Ca-
tering. Officers are Mesdames
Michael Wainer, president;
Meyer Goldstein and Harry Ad-
ler, vice-presidents; Maurice Gu-
ral, treasurer; Harry Katzman,
Asher Smith and Samuel Kap-
lan, secretaries; and Myer Ro-
biner, ex-officio.

MRS. JOSHUA KARBAL

Zedek social hall in Southfield
at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan.
15.
Mrs. Joshua Karbal has been
named ticket chairman for the
event, and Mrs. Sidney Wallace,
former president of the group,
is the fund-raising chairman.
Mrs. Baker announces that
Shirley Monson, prominent De-
troit singer, who has appeared
on radio, TV and at special
organizational programs, will be
the guest artist. She will be ac-
companied by Bella Goldberg.
The guest speaker will be Mrs.
Abraham Melik, of Maplewood,
N.J., CARIH national director.
Reservations for the luncheon
are being taken by Mrs. Karbal,
UN 2-5607; Mrs. Baker, UN
4-0302, and Mrs. Wallace, LI
3-0307, and members of the
local CARIB League.
In an appeal in behalf of
CARIH, Mrs. Baker said that the
institution's motto is "for a
child's sake." She said that the
Denver hospital admits Detroit
and other youngsters who repre-
sent 37 states of the Union who
have been adjudged generally in
their own home communities as
"medically hopeless" from the
severest form of asthma called
the intractable state. After a
stay of 18 to 24 months at this
facility called CARIH for short,
most of these boys and girls
return home in good health. At
the same time, the CARIH since
1939 has logged an IBM-type
scientific file of data totaling
25 million treatment days of
severe asthmatic care.

Folks Farein Banquet

The Yiddish Folks Farein will
hold its 52nd banquet 6 p.m.
Jan. 12 at Holiday Manor in
Oak Park.

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present the affirmative of the
resolution, with the Wayne State
team of Robert Watson and
David Ling arguing the nega-
tive.
The winner will be decided
by the audience at the Common-
wealth branch bank community
hall, west Seven Mile at Mark
Twain. The program will be
open to the public without
charge.

University of Detroit clashes
with Wayne State University in
platform debate 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at the "open-house" meet-
ing of the Criterion Club, it is
announced by Rabbi Noah M.
Gamze, director of the organ-
ization.
"Resolved: that the federal
government should guaranty an
opportunity for higher educa-
tion for all qualified high-school
graduates" will be the subject
of the intercollegiate encounter.
Sharon Bennett and Don
Masse of the U. of D. team will



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MRS. PHILLIP KRAFT

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Barbara R. Parr and Phillip G.
Women, will meet noon Wednes- Kraft were wed Dec. 29 at the
day at the Labor Zionist Insti- Adas Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi
tute. Hostesses will be Gertrude Jacob Segal and Cantor Nicholas
Becker and Rose Alenco. Helen Fenakel officiated.
Schrage, president, will show
The couple are the children
films of her recent trip to Israel. of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Parr of
Guests are invited.
Mendota Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
* * *
Morris Kraft of Cherrylawn
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP- Ave.
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
The bride wore a gown of
a paid-up membership luncheon
cameo ivory silk alpaca blended
at noon Tuesday at Labor Zion- with embroidered Alencon lace.
ist Institute. A book review will The contoured bodice was frost-
be given. Guests are invited.
ed with a tracery of pearls out-
* * *
lining the rose motif, and styled
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD with petal scalloped bateau de-
will hold a board meeting 8:30 colletage, mid-length sleeves
p.m. Jan. 14 at the home of Mrs. and traditional buttons down
Jerry Guttenberg, 20266 Black- the back. She wore a court cap
stone.
of triple-tiered jeweled Alen-
* * *
con lace circlets, featuring a
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER, bustle of silken roses, crowning
Mizrachi Women will meet 12:30 the bouffant, multi-lacquered
p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth veil of film illusion. She car-
Yehudah. Hostesses will be mes- ried a bouquet of white Steph-
dames I. Becker, Morris Fish- enotis.
man and Sol Wollach. Conven-
Joanne Parr, sister of the
tion reports will be presented.
bride,
served as maid of honor.
Guests are invited.
Mrs. Stanley Rosenberg served
* * *
as matron of honor. Brides-
KINNERT CHAPTER, Pio- maids were Ellen Straim of
neer Women, will meet at noon New York, Nancy Parr and
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist Rochelle Kraft.
Institute. A dessert luncheon
Barry Pinsky was best man.
will be served. Hostesses will
be Rose Stricoff and Jennie Ushers were Elliot Parr, Gerald
Bistrow. The cultural committee, Levinson, Mrc Posen and Stan-
under the direction of Rebeccan ley Rosenberg.
Following a honeymoon in
Warren, will present Mrs. Nor-
man I. Leeman, who will give New York, the couple will re-
an analysis of the work of side on Greenfield Rd.
Mendele Mocher Sef arim.
Guests are invited.
Want ads get quick results!
* * *
SISTERHOOD OF A D A S
SHALOM will inaugurate the
spring session of the Study In-
stitute 10 a.m. Jan. 14 at the
synagogue. Rabbi Pesach Sobel
will conduct the course based
on an introduction to and in-
spection of the Book of
1515 Woodward
Proverbs as related to human
living. After the lecture, a gen-
eral discussion period will fol-
low. Rabbi Sobel is youth
education director of Ad as
Shalom. Mrs. J. Stewart Linden,
president, appointed Mrs. Philip
Helfman and Mrs. Joseph
Katchke as chairman of the
Study Institute. Those inter-
ested should call Mrs. Helfman,
UN 2-4313, or Mrs. Katchke.

A 10-week photography course
beginning Jan. 6 will be given
as part of the Adult Education
Program at Oak Park High 8-10
p.m. on Mondays. The instruc-
tor, Bob Benyas, will teach basic
fundamentals of what to photo-
graph and how to do it.

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Substantial gains were reg-
istered during 1963 for the 11th
year in a row in the number
of kosher products made under
the rabbinical endorsement and
supervision of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, it was disclosed in
a year-end summary of activi-
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Feuerstein of Brookline, Mass.,
UOJCA president, and Nathan
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15—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, January 3, 1964

Program Listed
for CARIH 1964
.Luncheon Jan. 15

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