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October 12, 1962 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-12

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eons and Lectures on Agenda .Adler-Sulhin
Troth is Told
roup Meetings of Hadassah

ons and lectures are
genda for this week's
etings of Detroit Chap-
dassah.
SS AND PROFES-
ROUP will meet 8:15
sday at Hadassah
nnounces Mrs. Max
ident. Mrs. Maurice
gram chairman, will
or slides of the Cha-
ows at the Hadassah-
iversity Medic al
iryat Hadassah, Is-
n Kass will narrate.
EY SOUTH will meet
p.m. Tuesday at Hadassah
ouse for a luncheon, an-
nounces Mrs. Alfred Feiler,
president. Rabbi Irwin Groner,
associate rabbi of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, will speak on "Can We
Prevent Inter-marriage?" Mrs.
Louis Heideman, Mrs. Julius
ollack and Mrs. Bernard Zup-
e will participate. Mrs. Alex
ckman is program vice-presi-

S GROUP will met
Tuesday at the Jew-
in Rm. 110, an-
'dent Mrs. Ber-
. Abraham Cit-
ea director of
swish Commit-
on "Should the
and Conversation.
?" Mrs. Nathan So-
s program vice-presi-
Mrs. Max Lichter, chapter
esident, will be in attendance.
Mrs. Leo Grossman, Mrs. Ber-
nard Copley and Mrs. Max
Lichter are in charge of the
'uncheon.
SHERWOOD GROUP will
neet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
le home of •Mrs. Harold Kap-
", .1760 Lincolnshire, an-
;s President Mrs. Ben
: A dessert, - luncheon
w be served by Mesdames
Paul Cavaler, Irwin Green,
Hyman Silverman and Louis
Schostak. Rabbi M. Robert
Syme will speak on "Thy
People Shall by My People
—Inter, Intra and M i x e d
Marriages." Mrs. Abraham
Kutlov is program vice-presi-
dent.
UNIVERSITY EAST will
ftwt- 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Isadore Winkel-
man, 18684 Birchcrest, an-
nounces President Mrs. Richard
Kamil. A panel discussion on
"Changing Concepts of Poli-
tical Zionism" will include Mes-
dames Albert Elazar, David
Schachter, Julian Tobias and
John Grekin. Mrs. Albert Feur-
ring is program vice-president.
Assisting in luncheon prepara-
tions are Mesdames Nathan
Kapetansky, Samuel Benavie,
Ernest Columbia, Soma Kurtis,
Herman Kass, Arthur Cohn and
Elmer 0. Ellias.
WYOMING GROUP will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of -Mrs.--Meyer--Meyerson, 18715

Monte Vista, announces Presi-
dent Mrs. Max E. Derin. Mrs.
Abraham Balirer is social chair-
man. Mrs. Joseph Fauman and
Mrs. Marvin Mintz will present
Mrs. Charity Succek, gourmet
food and wine consultant, who
will speak on "Wine Tasting—
Gift Wrapping."
BA GLE Y NORTH will
meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Hadassah House, an-
nounces Mrs. George Carson,
president. Mesdames Morris
Amdur, Leo Baron and Louis
Honigman are social chair-
men. Mesdames Bernie Ber-
man, Abraham Flayer, Sam-
uel Sukenic and Joseph Sul-
kes will present "Study Group
in Action."
S CHAEF ER GROUP will
meet 12:30 p.m. Oct. 23 at Ha-
dassah House, announces Mrs.
Jerry Goldman, president. Mrs.
Oscar Overton and Mesdames
Leo Schlefstein, David Cohen,
Louis Markowitz and Ruby Bin-
der are in charge of the lunch-
eon. Mrs. Sidney Jacobs, pro-
gram chairman, will present a
"Cook's Tour of Europe.' Life
members to be honored include
Mesdames Bud Blum, Perry
Burnstein, Louis Cohen, Max
Dushkin, Max Englander,
George Karden, Joseph Keif,
Jack Leemon, Sigmund Rohlik,
Leo Schlefstein and Herman
Troy.
SUNDAY GROUP will meet
12:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at the home
Gloria Weinberg, 17180 Pine-
hurst. Guests are welcome.

Detroit League
of CARIH to Hear
Dr. Herbert Bloom

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MISS CONSTANCE ADLER

Mr. and Mrs. Max Adler,
14600 Rosemary, Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Constance Annette,
to Howard Allen Sulkin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sulkin,
21930 Harding, Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the College of Education at
Wayne State University. Her
fiance is a senior at Wayne
State. An Aug. 4 wedding is
planned.

Mil Activities

WHILE QUANTITIES LAST

The Zionist Organization of
Detroit and the Detroit-Israel
Investment Club No. 1 of the
ZOD will present Ephraim Dav-
rath, Consul of Israel in Chi-
cago, in charge of economic af-
fairs, at its combined meeting
8:30 p.m., Thursday, at the Jew-
ish Center.
Davrath was born in Germany
in 1926 • and came to Palestine
with his parents in 1935. He
later served with the Jewish
Brigade Group in the British
Army, with which he served in
Egypt, Italy, Holland and Bel-
gium. After completion of his
military service, Davrath, who
was an active member of the
Haganah underground, was as-
signed to organize immigration
of refugees f r o m Europe to
Palestine.
Back in Jerusalem in 1947, he
resumed his studies at the
Hebrew University, which were
interrupted by the Israel War
of Liberation. As an officer of
the Haganah, Davrath was cap-

was appointed Consul of Israel
in Chicago, in charge of eco-
nomic affairs.
Davrath's topic here will be
"Toward Israel's Economic In-
dependence." Judge Ira G.
Kaufman, president of the
ZOD, and Dr. I. Walter Silver,
president of the Investment
Club, in v i t es members and
friends to this meeting. Contact
Zionist House, DI 1-8540 for
information. Refreshments will
be served.

Center Camera Club
Holds Print Contest

The Center Camera Club of
the Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers,
will meet 7:30 p.m. Monday.
There will be a print competi-
tion ,including vacation and
waterfront and boat prints. Ten
color slides will - be allowed on
this competition. Everyone is
welcome.

MAN-
SIZE
FLAVOR!

Satisfies the
whole family!

.

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
LADIES AUXILIARY will hold
its annual membership party
Monday evening at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial Home.
Junior Vice - President Vetta
Glass is in charge of the affair.
A smorgasbord buffet will be
served, and a J.W.V. program,
under the direction of Betty
Spinner, will be presented.
Members are urged to bring a
prospective member.
* * *
OAK PARK LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will hold a joint fund-
raising and membership lunch-
eon Oct. 23 at the JWV Memo-
rial Home, according to Mrs.
Henry Cahn, Jr. vice-president.
For information, call Mrs. Cahn,
LI 9-9096.
* * *
LAWRENCE H. JONES LA-
DIES AUXILIARY will hold
a game party 12:30 p.m. Oct. 24
at the JWV Memorial Home,
4095 W. Davison. There will
be prizes. For information, call
DI 1-9789.
* * *
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30
p.m. Oct. 15 at the home of
Mrs. Hilda Grant, 19949 Lesure.
A crazy hat contest and prizes
will be featured. Refreshments
will follow. For information,
call President Mrs. Sol Amster,
DI 1-1281.

Dr. Herbert Bloom will ad-
dress a meeting of the Detroit
Vwvemm, League, Chil-
\ dren's Asthma
Research In-
stitute and
Hospital,. 12:30
p.m. Wednes-
day at the
home of Mrs.
A. Goldstein
in . Southfield.
Bloom, an
o r a 1 surgeon
a n d member
of the ad\iis-
ory committee
for Project
Hope, which
he served on
in-Asia and
other parts of
the world, will
Bloom
speak on i t s
efforts, aims and accomplish-
ments.
Bloom, a lecturer at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, is on the
teaching staffs of Sinai Hospi-
tal, Mt. Carmel Hospital, Mercy
Hospital and the Detroit Dis-
Branch 11, LZO, Will
trict Dental Society.

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

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Israeli Consul Davrath to Address
ZOD, Israel Investment Club No. 1

EPHRAIM DAVRATH
tured in the besieged Old City
of Jerusalem and was a prisoner
of war with the Arab Legion
for one year. Following his re-
lease, he continued his studies
at the Hebrew University and
attended the Academy of Music
in Jerusalem.
In 1955, Davrath joined the
Economic Department of the
Bank of Israel, where he was
appointed senior economist in
charge of industrial and finan-
cial research. In March, 1961, he

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Zionist Organization, will be
held Sunday at the Hayim Green-
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nounces Mrs. Ray Brickner, gro-
gram chairman.
The members of Habonim,
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Supper will be served. For in-
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