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January 22, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, January 22, 1960- 18

Disner-Berlin- Rites
Solemnized Jana 10

Yeshivah to Broadcast
on Altman Hour

Participation of the Beth
Yehudah Schools in a special
Sunday morning portion of the
Altman Jewish Hour was an-
nounced this week by Nathan
Siegel, director of the program.
Broadcast from 11 to 11:30
a.m., each Sunday, over radio
station WJLB, the program will
devote the last 10 minutes of
each show to the Beth Yehudah
Schools. Rabbi Morris Greenes
and Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka will
direct this portion of the pro-
gram.
Featured during the weekly
series will be a round-up of
news of Jewish interest, inter-
views with Yeshivah students
and personalities in Jewish life
and discussions of various top-
ics, including a review of the
weekly Torah reading.
The time is being provided to
the Yeshivah through the
courtesy of the Zeman Bakery
chain.

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Miss Fogel Reveals
June Wedding Plans

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Marriages

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JONAS - KAPLAN. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kaplan, of Monica
Ave., announce the recent mar-
riage of their daughter, Marcia,
to Mr. H. George Jonas, son of
Mrs. Magda Jones, of Erie Pa.,
and Mr. Her m a n Jonas, of
Miami Beach, Fla.
After honeymooning in New
York, the couple is presently
residing at 8645 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park:
The new Mrs. Jonas is a grad-
uate student at - Wayne, State
University. Mr. Jonas is a grad-
uate of Carnegie InstiOte of
Technology and is affiliated
with Beta Sigma Rho, fraternity.

This Week's Radio and I
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday. '
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Morris L. Schaver,
president of the Morris L. Scha-
ver Foundation which made
available a collection of Berel
Satt wood sculptures of shtetl
life currently on display at the
Jewish Community Center; will
discuss the collection.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Staton: WCAR.
MRS. CHARLES DISNER
Feature: Karl Katz, curator
In a candlelight ceremony on
and director of the Bezalel Mu-
Jan. 10, at Adas Shalom Syna-
seum, the National Museum of
gogue, Rosalie Berlin was united
Israel, will be interviewed by
in marriage to Charles Disner.
Boris M. Joffe, executive di-
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, Cantor
rector of the Jewish Corn-
Nicholas Fenakel and the syna-
munity Council, on "Artistic
Sinai
Women's
Guild
gogue choir directed by Shimon
Expression in Israel." Katz re-
Gewirtz officiated.
to Hear Address on
cently accepted, for the mu-
The bride, daughter of Mr.
seum, the $1,000,000 collection
`Dollars
and
Services'
and Mrs. Morton Berlin, of
of Billy Rose sculptures.
Donald P. Connelly, personnel
* * *
Greenlawn. Ave., wore a gown
of ivory silk peau de soie, fash- director of Sinai Hospital, will
DESTINY'S TOT
ioned with a circlet neckline be guest speaker at a compli-
Time: 2 p.m., Sunday.
appliqued with d'Argetau lace mentary luncheon of the Sinai
Station: W WJ-T V (Chan-
Women's
Guild
at
12
noon,
Jan.
and tiny motifs of pearls. The
nel 4).
29,
in
the
lec-
dome-shaped skirt had a back
Feature: This special hour-
panel of the lace and extended ture hall.
long program is being pre-
"Equating
into a chapel train.
sented by the American Jewish
From a tiara of heirloom or- Dollars t o
Committee, in cooperation with
ange blossoms fell her two- Services" will
the National Broadcasting Com
b
e
Connelly'
tiered fingertip veil of silk illu-
pany as a result of the current
sion, and she carried phaelan- topic, accord-
rash of destructive incidents
opsis orchids arranged on her ing to Mrs.
to houses of worship. The story
confirmation Bible with stepha- John Grekin,
is based on an inciden" from
chairman of
notis and ivy.
Dr. Robert Lindner's book, "The
Lynda Miller was maid of the nay, who
50-Minute Hour," and is a psy-
honor, and bridesmaids were will introduce
chiatrist's true case history of
Darlene Disner-, her sister-in- the speaker.
a rabble rouser who led a storm
Mrs. Oscar
law, Adria Meckler, Bonnie
trooper group in this country.
Z e o n, presi-
Farber and Rosalind Epstein.
At the conclusion of the tele-
The bridegroom, son of Mr. dent, has
cast, Herbert B. Ehrman, na-
and Mrs. Edward Disner, of named Mes-
tional AJ Committee president,
dames
Joseph
Southfield, Mich., asked Bern-
will speak on the dedication of
ard Green to serve as his best Hartman, Mrs. Zemon
the Committee's new Human
man. Ushers included Alan Ber- David Dunsky and Alvin Ro- Relations Institute.
* * *
lin, his brother-in-law, Walter decker to be in charge of lunch-
Czeizler, Marvin Aronovitz and eon arrangements. She also ad- ". . TO DWELL TOGETHER"
vised that reservations should
Leon Levine.
Time: 10:30 a.m., Sunday.
Following a dinner reception, be made with the Guild office
Station: WJBK - TV (Chan-
the newlyweds left for a honey- before Tuesday.
nel 2).
At the conclusion of the meet-
moon to Miami Beach, after
Feature: "Focus: Jewish Com-
which they will take up resi- ing, there will be a conducted munity" will be the theme of
tour
of
the
hospital,
including
dence in Royal Oak.
the second in this continuing
Out-of-town guests here for the new Shiffman Wing. Mes- series of telecasts sponsored by
the wedding were from New dames Emil Rothman and I. Irv- the culture commission of the
York, California, Chicago, Pitts- ing Bittker are tour chairmen. Jewish Community C o u n c i 1.
burgh, Philadelphia and Spring-
Participants will be Dr. Samuel
field, Mass.
Name Ernest Ostrow Krohn, chairman of the Coun-
cil's internal relations commit-
as Traffic Referee
tee, and Boris M. Joffe, Council
Ahavas Achim Men
Ernest E. Ostrow, a Detroit executive director.
Slate Family Night
* * *
attorney, was selected from 30
The Rikudim Dancers will en- applicants for the job of Traffic
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
tertain at a family night pro- Court Referee to the part-time
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
gram sponsored by the Ahavas job which pays $11,298 a year.
Station: WWJ.
Achim Men's Club at 9 p.m.,
Ostrow, 53, was appointed by
Feature: "A Pattern for
Saturday, in the synagogue so- Traffic Court Judges George T. Peace," stirring drama of the
cial hall.
Murphy and John D. Watts to assistance being given by the
The group, according to Ben the post left vacant by the elec- Israeli people to newly inde-
Braiker, Men's Club president, tion of Referee John Wise to pendent countries of Africa and
will allow members, their wives the Circuit Court bench.
Asia, will be told.
and children to view a variety
A native Detroiter, Ostrow
* * *
of folk. dances emanating from graduated from the Wayne State
MESSAGE
OF ISRAEL
Israel.
University law school in 1929.
Time. 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
The dance group is composed He resides at 325 Merton.
Station: WXYZ.
of 10 local Israeli dance enthus-
In his post as a Traffic Court
Feature: Rabbi Ernst M.
iasts, originally organized by Referee, Ostrow will work five
Young Judaea. Headed by Larry mornings a week. His afternoons Lorge, of Temple Beth Israa
Loewenthal and Judy Kahn, the are free to continue his law Chicago, will speak on "Too
group has been well received practice, although cases cannot Good and Not Good Enough."
by many audiences.
be connected with traffic dis-
The community is invited to putes.
Alan Luckoff, Siegels
participate in the program,
Address
JW F Junior
which will be followed by danc- Boris Joffe to Speak
ing and refreshments.
to Truman LZO Branch Division This Sunday
The Junior Division of Jew-
Richard B. Kramer, presi-
ish
Welfare Federation will
dent of the Harry S. Truman
Branch 529 of the Labor Zion- present "On the Road to Tel
ist Organization, announces that Aviv," the fourth and final
Boris Joffe, executive director meeting in its education pro-
of the Jewish Community Coun- gram series, 8 p.m., Sunday,
cil, will speak at its next meet- at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ing at 8:30 p.m., Sunday, at Sidney L. Cohn, 18945 Birch-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. crest.
Members of the 1959 Detroit
Frank Wasser, 17595 Mendota.
His subject will be "Impres- Service Group Mission to Israel,
sions of My Recent Trip to Alan Luckoff, Junior Division
Israel." Following a short busi- president, and Bob and Rhoda
ness session, there will be a Siegel, will talk about their re-
social hour and refreshments. cent trip to Israel. Films taken
Friends an.: invited.
in Israel will be featured.

Yiddish Poet to Address
SA Institute at Orieg

MISS FLORENCE FOGEL

Announcement is made of the
engagement of Florence Joyce
Fogel, daughter of Mrs. William
Fogel, of Pennington Dr., and
the late Mr. William Fogel, to
Aaron Kranitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Kranitz, of San
Juan Dr.

The bride-elect attends
Wayne State University, and is
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority. Her fiance attended
the University of Michigan and
was a member of Sigma Alpha
Mu fraternity before transfer-
ring to Wayne.
The couple has made plans
for a June 5 wedding.

"Self-Portrait of a Yiddish
Poet" will be the topic of Freed
Weininger at an oneg shabbat
of the Sholem Aleichem, Insti-
tute at 8:45 p.m., today.
Weininger, who 'was' born in
Romania but spent most of his
life in Argentina, where he' pub-
lished a number of volumes of
poetry, will speak in English.
The public is invited.
Restaurant day at the SA In-
stitute is being planned from
4 to 7 p.m., Sunday. A varied
menu is planned for adults, and
there will be a special bill of
fare for youngsters. The ,public
is invited to attend this fund-
raising event.

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Leave Everything to Js

BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S
CLUB will hold a father-son-
daughter service and breakfast
at 9:15 a.m., Sunday, in the syn-
agogue. The service will be con-
ducted by members of the Tefil-
lin Club. Mrs. Meyer Lullove is
in charge of arrangements for
the breakfast.

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