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August 05, 1988 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-05

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Continued from preceding page

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Alert to Parents!

When we ask you to please
recognize the signs of cystic
fibrosis and other lung-
damaging diseases, we're not
trying to alarm you.
Look at it this way. If your
child does NOT have C F or
another serious lung-damaging
disease, he has nothing to lose
by checking with a doctor, or
taking a simple diagnostic test.
If your child DOES have
C F, or another condition that
could damage his lungs, he has
a lot to lose by not having the
chance for early diagnosis and
prompt effective medical care.
So, when you look at it like
that... we hope you'll look at
this and learn the following:

SIGNS OF LUNG-DAMAGING
DISEASE
1. Recurrent wheezing
2. Persistent coughing/excessive
mucus
3. Pneumonia more than once
4. Excessive appetite/poor weight gain
5. Clubbing (enlargement of fingertips)
Cystic fibrosis signs also may include:
salty taste of the skin; persistent, bulky
diarrhea; nasal polyps.

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Good until 8/15/88

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74 FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1988

I

Jewish cemetery but it's all
gone; it's wiped off the face of
the earth. All he found was
one Jewish marker embedded
in a tree!'
As the members of the
Mezeritcher group grew older,
they concerned themselves
less with raising money for
Israel and more with
socializing.
"Eventually, we decided we
should no longer be a fund-
raising group because we
were all so active elsewhere
and we wanted some time for
relaxation. For me, as a
widow, it's wonderful because
I have somewhere to go every
other Saturday. And it's still
an extended family. We're
close in times of sadness and
in times of gaiety!"
This year's activities were
based on the theme "The
United States as a Melting
Pot!' Each month, one of the
two. meetings held at the
Zionist Cultural Center in
Southfield is devoted to one of
the nation's ethnic groups.
Members don ethnic garb; the
hall is decorated to reflect
ethnic traditions, and
members present a skit.
Other events each year in-
clude group social outings,
treasure hunts and long
weekends out-of-town. This
past Memorial Day weekend,
the Mizritchies spent five
days at Stratford and
Muskoka Lake, Ontario.
Members also enjoy square
dancing, Vegas nights, book
reviews, road rallies and
guest speakers. Parties are
also held around secular
holidays, such as Valentine's
Day, New Year's Eve and

Bea Fealk:
Having fun and memories.

Mother's and Father's Day, as
well as the Jewish holidays.
Coming up: a 50th anniver-
sary president's ball Sept. 17
honoring the surviving past
presidents, many of whom
will be coming in from out of
town.
But unlike in 1938, there is
no active junior group to
carry on.
"Oh, from 1972 until 1977
there was a junior Mezerit-
cher group but they disband-
ed," Mrs. Fealk says. "lbday's
young people are very busy
and they won't give the time
to it. I have a hunch that none
of the volunteer groups are
going to be around!'
And what does the future
hold for the Mezeritcher
group?
"I predict this group will
last another 10 years," Mrs.
Fealk says.
"I may be gone but there
will be other younger
members to carry on. But
after that, I really don't
know!' IIII

I LOCAL NEWS I

Hadassah, Sinai Join
Forces For Health Day

.

The Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah and
Sinai Hospital of Detroit will
initiate an outreach program
to the community at 11 a.m.
Aug. 14 at Hadassah House
when the hospital and
Hadassah co-sponsor their
Health day.
Organization represen-
tatives, exhibits and free
materials about many
diseases will highlight the
afternoon.
There will be a free lecture
each hour by members of the
Sinai Hospital Staff on
substance abuse, depression,
AIDS and exercise. There is
no charge for blood pressure
and pulmonary function
tests.
Cholesterol tests, skin fold

measurement and Tay-sachs
screening will be available at
a minimum charge. Free CPR
classes will be given at
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. At the
same time, under the tent,
glatt kosher food and snacks
will be sold. Booths manned
by Hadassah members will
sell "white elephants" and
other items o support
Hadassah projects.

Members of the Hadassah
sponsored Hashachar youth
group will provide games for
pre-school and school-age
children of parents attending
the community Health Day.
For reservations for the lec-
tures and CPR classes, call
Hadassah, 683-5030 or
357-2920.

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