100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

October 07, 1960 - Image 16

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Max Osnos Will Head Sara Kogan Wed • `Eternal Light' Launches New Radio
Swainson Committee
to illarvin Hoffman Series on American Jewish Hist

Max Osnos has been named
to head one of six campaign
groups of the recently formed
executive committee of the "John
B. Swainson for Governor Com-
mittee."
The Executive Committee,
which will coordinate the ac-
tivities of all individual com-
mittees, is composed of leaders
of six separate groups, each of
which will organize volunteer
Workers in the cause of the
Democratic nominee.
Osnos is head of the Business
and Industry for Swainson
group.
Members of the executive
committee include also Mrs'.
Harry Becker, Dr. William Bir-
enbaum, Dr. Sander Breiner,
Marvin Meltzer, Al Meyers,
Stan1_, Michaels, David Moss,
I. Pokempner, Dr, Mel Ravitz,
Paul Silver, Dr. • Allan Zieger
and . 3,413. Thelma Zwerdling,
who will act as coordinator of
the six campaign groups.



The Band That Loves Its Wo

MILT. BUR

AND HIS WAYFAR

Music for your listenin
and dancing pleasure . .

GA 7-6146

UN 4-8715

Confirmation,
Wedding, Bar Mitzvah,
Sweet Sixteen Invitations.
Matches and Napki
Complete Selection
Reasonable Prices
MRS. KATE ALT

TY

UN 4-0640

-
Experienced Teac
Piano and 0
Lessons given at
or mine.

ROSENBLAT OR

Detroit's Favor
and His Entert
Specialty
Weddings & Bar

KE 8 1

-

CALL ANN

honeymooned in
the West Indies and are pres-
ently re ye.

KARB

LI 2-0
•40>LX..W2.W7:::itW.K.%

PHOTOGRAPHS by

BERNARD H.

WIN

KE 1-819

"Bar Mitzvahs — Weddi

ALOM
d its festi-
. Saturday in
, announces Presi-
seph Koenig.

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

b
Lb

85c

$109

89c
69c
2 97c
55 c

d

For the
Perfect Affair .. .

Mickey Woolf

and His Orchestra

UN 3-3737

Dinner at

• LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

Fine .Photography

Candids Professionally Finished
For Appointment Phone

Resv. UN. 2-7642

MILE at WYOMING

KE

S. LEIBICK

CUSTO

ALSO P
ALL D - 0
-COVE

ober 13-14

anhat Torah

Mrs. Hyman Nathan (left)
and Mrs. Aaron Nathan, both
of Detroit, watch a handi-
capped new immigrant at
Malben-JDC Machaneh Yis-
reel Hospital and Sheltered
Workshop in Israel. The two
were members of the recent
Sixth National Women's Sur-
vey Group of the Unit
21
ish Appeal, com
.S. citie
women from

Midrash Announ
istrati
Adult

N'S
ership
ay to
civic
the

ish
e Forest Hills
13'
Center, is program editor or
Milton .
the Eternal
Kren
nary. G
ill
a

EDAH STUDIO

.

DER
DE

MADE TO
or READ

Two Detroit Women
Are Envoys to Israel

e wore a gown of
w i e silk organza over white
satin with rounded neckline ap-
pliqued in white Venice lace,
ce with princess
kirt and gar-
line, dome-
nds o Venice lace with a
. Her rown was of
flowers with
orga
veil of white

' H. Applefield
man. Ushers were
Kogan and Aaron Kogan,
ride; Gordon
ulman, Dr.
Ginsberg,
Stanley Green, erg d Dr. Har-
ogan, the
1 *ck. Aaro
s the ring
bri

DI 1-159

PLASTIC FUR
COVE

In a recent double ring cere-
mony, Sara Kogan became the
bride of -Marvin R. Hoffman.
Rabbi Morris Adler and Cantor
Jacob Sonenklar officiated.
The bride 's the daughter of
rry Kogan of
bridegroom is
nna Hoffman
Hoffman of

chles-
known figures—Sigmu
Henry
inger, Indian Scout,
Castro of the Galve n, Texas
area.
produc-
Stories scheduled
tion range from a trea
the planting of two trees
Worcester, Mass., to a script on
Grant's order to evacuate the
Jews from the Southern Depart-
ment, an order which was im-
mediately reversed by Abraham
Lincoln.
Most of the writers associated
with the Eternal Light in the
past will cont i ute to the
series Siegel,
shak
indel, Irwin
Virginia Mazer.
"Land of Deliverance," hich
deals
begins the history, sex. '
ith Co-
wh
ith a
the back-
n 1492, and

ere Terri Roth,
'Levi Mrs. Phyllis
Hoffinan an Mrs. lorence Co-
en. brideg om's niece,
was flower
offma

Sigmond

UN 4-0237

MRS. MARVIN HOFFMAN

A new venture will be inaugu-
rated Sunday when the Eternal
Light launches a series of 13
episodes from American Jewish
history. First dramatization in
the new series will be "Land of
Deliverance" by Joseph Mindel.
Previously the Eternal Light,
a presentation of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, has treated each weekly
broadcast as a distinct • entity.
With The Land of Deliverance,
it launches the first series of
programs in its 17-year history.
The Programs in the Ameri-
can history series will be broad-
cast coast-to-coast as a pu
service by the National
casting Company.
will in-
Episodes in the s
such note
dude biographi
s as Haym
worthy American
Salomon, Isaac Le er, Morde
Manuel Noah, S ato Mor
Lillian Wald and

treats of the 15th century need
to

Colle: of
The Midra
ish Studies of th
Schools, announces
for the 1960 fall semester of
adult classes will be held 8 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday in the Kasle
High School Midrasha Building,
18977 Schaefer.
The following courses will be
offered: Beginners' Hebrew and
Advanced Hebrew on Wednesday
mornings from 9:30 to 11:15; Be-
ginners' Hebrew on Wednesday
afternoon from 1:15 to 2:
Thursday evening, clas
. . for
given from 8:30 to
diate e-
beginners and i
brew and Ulf)
Also on
Shlomo Stein
a class in Th
in the Middl
will be Michae
Glaser, A. J. Lac
Orenstein.
For further information, call
the Midrasha office, DI 1-3407
Monday through Thursday be-
tween 4 and 8 p.m., and on Sun-
day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

N & IRVING'S

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

18275 WYOMING FREE DELIVERY—UN 1-7237

RSHIP OF
DAV ATI a KY

31 WY• IN

RTIS
• SEA FOOD

ortment of Fresh Fish
and Sea Food Daily
We Skin, Bone and Grind Fish Free of Charge.

18273 WYOMING, 1 /2 block No, of Curtis
WE DELIVER — UN 2-9677

FRYERS

TLET POULTRY

Lb .

RECOMMENDED
BY BETTER
INTERIOR
ECORATORS


Lb.

Lbs

6

YOUNG BEEF LIVER

13500 WEST SEVEN MILE RD.

Lb.

CORNER OF HARTWELL

DI 14345

CITY
WIDE
and
SUBURBAN
SERVICE

•=.1■1■ 0401•1,0.11.1

I

We Clean
Household
Items Ex-
elusively j

and C

Drapes • Curtains •
Lamp Shades • Qui
WE DO ALL T
REMOVING AND INSTALLI
Phone us for Free Estimate—N

TW 8118

FREE STORAGE FACILITIES WHILE DECORATING

4

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan