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August 13, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-13

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Panel to Consider Role
Of Community Councils

Nislzar-Rader Wedding Anecdotes Point Out
Solemnized in Garden Affection Between

"The Role of Your Community
Council in Maintaining a Stable
Neighborhood" will be the topic of
discussion by a panel headed by
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman of the
Circuit Court, 8 p.m. Wednesday
at St. Peter Lutheran Church,
Greenfield at Pembroke.
Panel members will include
Richard V. Marks, director of the
Detroit Commission on Community
Relations; Robert R. Tindall, exec-
utive secretary of the Detroit
branch of the NAACP; and Irving
J: Rubin, executive secretary of
the Bagley Community Council.
The discussion is sponsored by
the Bow-Coffey Community Coun-
cil, an offshoot of the Coordinating
Council of Northwest Detroit Com-
munity Councils, which was estab-
MRS. HOWARD NISKAR
lished to promote understanding
among all the citizens in the com-
Lynne Evon Rader and Howard
munity.
Stanley Niskar were married Sun-
day in a garden ceremony at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Rader, 27600
Old Colony, Farmington. Rabbi M.
Robert Syme officiated. Parents
of the bridegroom are the Charles
Niskars, 22449 Greenview, South-
field.
The bride's floor-length gown of
silk organza and Chantilly lace
over peau de soie had a strapless
fitted bodice, peau de soie cum-
merbund and fitted jacket with
bracelet, open sleeves. Her head-
piece was open crown of orange
blossoms and pink rose petals, with
a circular veil of pink and white
silk illusion.
Mrs. Allen Greenstein was her
sister's matron of honor , and
Anita Niskar and Marlene Panter
were bridesmaids. Jerry Niskar
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee feels that
was his brother's best man, and
three languages are better
than one for saying that his
the bride's brothers Ronald and
new pizza crust mix is very
Richard Rader were ushers, along
fast and easy to fix.
with Allen Greenstein and Morris
Yellin.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bloom of Avon
St. announce the engagement of
their daughter, M i r i am E., to
Ralphe B. Stillwell of Fort Lee,
N.J. Miss Bloom attended Wayne
State University, and is now living
in New Jersey. Mr. Stillwell is now
attending C it y College of New
York. A Nov. 27 wedding is
planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pinsky of
Northlawn Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Doro-
thy to Leonard Greenbaum of
Parklawn Ave., Oak Park. Mr.
Greenbaum is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Greenbaum
of New York City. An Aug. 29
wedding is planned.

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JFK and His Father

In part two of the series of
articles currently running in Look
Magazine, in which Theodore Sor-
enson writes of "The Kennedy I
Knew," he devotes part of a chap-
ter to a discussion of the late
President's father, Joseph P. Ken-
nedy.
"The Ambassador knew that he
was a controversial figure," states
Sorenson, "and that, in his son's
Presidential campaign, his own
opinions were better left unsaid
and his participation unseen . . .
While it is true that his conversa-
tions at times reflected the ethnic
antagonisms and epithets that had
long characterized East Boston,
this hardly made him an anti-
Semite, and when he took a group
of us to lunch at his country club
in Palm Beach, he boasted that he
was the only Gentile member."
Sorenson goes on to comment on
President Kennedy's resentment
of the overexaggeration in the
press of his father's views on race
and religion, and also that these
views were often attributed to his
brothers and himself.
An anecdote concerning Ken-
nedy's reaction to the news that
Negro leader Martin Luther King's
father had decided to support his
1960 candidacy for the presidency,
after Kennedy's phone conversa-
tion with Mrs„ King, is quoted
from Harris Wofford, who worked
on race relations during the cam-
paign.
When he found out that King's
father had previously planned to
vote against him on religious
grounds, Kennedy commented on
the intolerance of the statement,
adding, "Imagine Martin Luther
King having a father like that."
Then, Sorenson states, Kennedy
grinned and added a final word:
"Well, we all have our fathers,
don't we?"
Sorenson writes, "But Jack Ken-
nedy knew that his father was no
bigot, whatever his enemies 'might
say; and, far from regarding him
as a handicap or embarrassment,
had strong filial feelings of loyalty
and love. Once, lunching with a
noted radical's son who was in-
volved in a complicated alterca-
tion with the Senator's father,
Kennedy asked, "Do you always
agree with your father? No? But
you love him?' Smiling with pleas-
ure at his companion's affirmative
answer, he leaned back and said
simply, 'Same here'."

Tamra Sweet Bride
of Stanley Spungen

Marriages

ROSS-SUMMER: Jeanette Eliza-
beth Summer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Summer of Parkside
Dr., became the bride Tuesday of
Stephen Norman Ross, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Laurence Rubinstein of
Hartwell Ave. Rabbi Jacob E. Se-
gal officiated at the ceremony at
Adas Shalom Synagogue. The bride
wore a silk worsted cocktail suit.
She was attended by Judith Ann
Leemon. Paul Rubinstein served
his brother as best man and John
Goldsmith was head usher. Martin
and David Summer, brothers of the
bride, seated the guests. After .a
trip to the East Coast, the couple
will reside in Oak Park.



MRS. STANLEY SPUNGEN

Tamra Sweet and Stanley Spun-
gen were married Sunday at Tem-
ple Israel. Parents of the couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Hy Sweet of W.
Outer Dr., and Mrs. Eli Spun-gen
of Ann Arbor and the late Mr.
Spungen.
The bride wore a gown of peau-
de soie with a Brussels lace bodice
trimmed with. seed pearls. She car-
ried Stephanotis and lilies of the
valley.
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maids included Arlene Greer, Mrs.
Richard Sweet, Rowena Buchs-
baum, Mrs. Melvin Saperstein and
Susan Waxman.
Best man for his brother was
David Spungen of Omaha, Neb.,
other brothers from Pittsburgh,
Howard and E d w a r d Spungen,
Were ushers; with Richard and
Stephen Sweet, brothers of the
bride; Harvey Klein of Pittsburgh,
Kenneth Eaten, Jr.; Stuart Rosen
of New York City and Allen Men-
uck, brother-in-law of the bride.
The couple will live in Ann
Arbor after a. honeymoon in
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munity Council staff responsibili-
ties was announced this week by
Dr. Samuel Krohn, president, and
Walter Klein, executive director.
Mrs. Martha Cohen, who has
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Mrs. Leah Kahan, under the
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