Farband Planning Linda Spoon Bride
Chelsea Seminar of Richard Kushner
Journalist and essayist Dr.
Shlomo Bickel will be among the
special guests at the annual semi-
nar of District 6, Farband Labor
Zionist Order, Aug. 15-22 at Far-
band Camp, Chelsea.
Dr. Bickel will
in the writings of
I. L. Peretz, com-
memorating t h e
of the author's
A group o f
plays and con-
certs will be pres-
ented by Israeli
humorist and ac-
tor Shmuel Fish-
er and Yiddish
Dr. Bickel Freidele Lifshitz.
Bella Goldberg will be piano ac-
Representatives of the Israel
Embassy and leaders of the na-
tional office of Farband will be
guest speakers, and there will be
symposia, amusements and sports.
Farband members from Cleve-
land, Akron, Youngstown, Cincin-
nati, Pittsburgh and Chicago will
join the Detroiters. Muni Mark is
For reservations, call the Detroit
office of Farband, DI 1-0669.
New Officers Picked .
by Hebrew Free Loan
MRS. RICHARD KUSHNER
Linda Michele Spoon, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spoon of
Twyckingham Way, Southfield, re-
cently became the bride of Rich-
ard Kushner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Kushner of Kentucky Ave.,
in a ceremony solemnized at Adas
Shalom Synagogue by Rabbi Jacob
Segal and Cantor Nicholas Fena-
The bride wore a peau de soie
gown with sleeves of Alencon lace,
and a full-length train. She car-
ried white roses and Stephanotis.
Mrs. Richard Fields and Bar-
bara Robbins were matron and
maid of honor, and bridesmaids
included Darlene Uten, Mrs.
Bruce Colton, Gayle Barak, Mar-
cie Spoon, Elise Spoon, Terry
Kushner and Mrs. Robert Bort-
Best man was Rodger Kushner.
Jeffrey Spoon, Alan Spoon, Rob-
ert Salinsky, Richard Fields, James
Rubovitz, Richard Krugel, Robert
Spoon and Joel Lambstein were
After an extended tour of the
country, the couple will reside in
Jewish Groups Aid Anti-Poverty Programs
The involvement of agencies and
voluntary organizations of the De-
troit Jewish community in phases
of the anti-poverty program was
outlined at the season's concluding
meeting of the internal relations
committee of the Jewish Com-
munity Council. The IRC co-chair-
man, Hubert J. Sidlow, noted that
in addition to central community
response, a number of Council af-
filiates and local Jewish youth
groups are currently engaged in a
variety of anti-poverty and cul-
tural enrichment programs con-
nected with the effort.
Samuel Cohen, assistant director
of the Jewish Welfare Federation,
stated that all local Jewish social-
welfare agencies working through
the United Community Services,
have been involved in planning
programs related to Detroit's Total
Action Against Po v e r t y (TP)
program. Sinai Hospital has pro-
vided medical and surgical serv-
ices to 100 boys between the ages
of 16-21 involved in the Mayor's
Youth Employment Program and
expects to service another 500
youth as part of the Manpower Re-
development and Training Act.
Mrs. Jerome Grossman and Mrs.
Ben Schottenfels of the National
Council of Jew i s h Women de-
scribed two current NCJW
projects. The Women In Com-
munity Service (WIC8) program is
a cooperative volunteer effort con-
sisting of Catholic, Protestant and
Jewish women's organizations. This
effort involves a contractural re-
lationship with the government in
an anti-poverty program related to
education and re-training. NCJW
also has participated in a remedial
program in the Detroit public
Mrs. Milton Schwartz, repre-
senting the Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress, re-
ported on a cultural enrichment
program begun by AJ Congress at
the Crossman School where 30
women were involved in a pilot
William Sbavitz, president of the
Michigan State Temple Youth, de-
scribed a tutorial project involving
25 MSTY workers which took place
at the Fairbanks School. The pro-
gram consisted of supplementing
normal school work with special
tutorial efforts in reading and
mathematics. Shavitz said plans
are now being made for an ex-
panded tutorial program involving
MSTY and youth groups from the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People.
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
At the recent 70th annual meet-
ing of the Hebrew Free Loan As-
sociation (Gemiluth Chassodim),
Jack Tobin was elected to succeed
Sam Liberman as president. Also
elected were Henry Auslander and
William Wetsman, vice presidents;
and Jacob L. Keidan, secretary-
Louis Stoll was honored at the
SAMUEL M. DAVIS, agent for
meeting in recognition of 40 years
of service to the association. He Massachusetts Indemnity and Life
was presented with a scroll by the Insurance Co., has qualified for the
Leading Producers Round Table.
July 21 — To Dr. and Mrs.
July 26—To Mr. and Mrs. David
Kruger (Carolyn Wolfe), 15306 Joe E. Share (Diane Nadell of
Northgate, Oak Park, a daughter, Flint), 24554 Rensselaer, Oak Park,
a son, Allan Isaac.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Last Week's Winner of the
Merzon (Stephanie Ruben of Birm-
ingham, England), 21860 Kenosha,
Oak Park, an adopted son, Avrom
BIG BABY BONUS"
MRS. IRVING ROSENBERG
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(11 lbs., 3 oz)
Congratulations on the birth of your
July 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
daughter and we hope the RASKIN
Smith (Gail Landau), 30212 Fink,
PRODUCTS you received helped
make your first week at home
Farmington, a son, Michael Allen.
* * *
July 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
RASKIN FOOD CO.
Price (Lillian Lelgant), formerly
of Chicago and now of 23480 Elaine
Recommended by Physicians
Ct., Oak Park, a son, Brian Charles.
* * *
July 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Brenner (Bonnie Weiss), former
Detroiters of Park Forest, Ill., a
daughter, Holly Michele.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
* * *
July 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Winkelman (Judy Dickstein), form-
CERTIFIELD EXPERT MOHEL
er Detroiters of Woodmere, N.Y.,
a daughter, Sara Ruth.
* * *
July 6—To Dr. and Mrs. Leslie
Mandel (Sarah Sally ,Sheinfeld of
Windsor), 17211 Greenfield, a
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
* * *
July 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
REV. GOLDMAN L.
Stotsky (Bena Stalrit), 8931 Oak
Park, Oak Park, a son, Gary Neil.
* * *
July 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
rice Otis (Diane Warren), 23071
Eastwood, Oak Park, a son, Rand-
To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erman
(Bernice Pliskow), 21961 Ridge-
dale, Oak Park, an adopted son,
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 30, 1965-21
here comes one of those
thick, delicious BIFFS
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