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August 16, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, August 16, 1968

AJ Committee Active in Urban Crisis Program

By BEN GALLOB

Laurence Sibrack Weds
Paula Prane in East

(Copyright 1968, JTA Inc.)

units of intergrated moderate-cost
housing.
In Harrisburgh, Pa., the organi-
zation has joined with Protestant
and Catholic groups to sponsor 175
low-cost housing units.
National Vice-President Elmer
Winter and other Milwaukee chap-
ter members raised seed money for
a non-profit corporation to build
one-family houses in Milwaukee to
rent at $95 monthly, under provi-
sions of the Federal Housing and
Urban Development program.
In Cleveland, an Interfaith Hous-
ing Corp. incorporated with AJ-
Committee help, has started con-
struction of an integrated develop-
ment of 1,200 apartments.
In Philadelphia, church, labor
civic groups seeking to spur con-
struction of low-cost, non-profit
housing have available the services
of housing consultant service, an
- AJCommittee -initi at e d project
whose product is know-how 111 mar-
k. et research, site selection, locat-
mg private or public subsidies,
architectural information and man-

NEW YORK — American Jewish
Committee members throughout
tic pa
fin g
the United States are par
in almost every local level program
—governmental, public and private
—aimed at easing America's urban
crisis.
The agency listed the categories
of activities in which its 68 chap-
ters and units—as well as many
individual members — were active
as including spurring joint action
programs, jobs, education, busines
development, housing, emergency
air, police relations, mass media,
legal aid and welfare, recreation
and government,
The report said committee mem-
hers had "crucial roles" in prompt-
ing the Atlanta Chamber of Corn-
coerce to act on jobs, housing and
health problems of Negroes and
"in involving Dallas businessmen
and North Texas State Un i vers y
MRS. LAURENCE SIBRACK
with
each other in a community
Paula Harris Prane and Lau-
rence Allen Sibrack were united action program." The report said
in marriage recently at Temple members were an integral element
Beth Am, at Abington, Pa. Rabbi in "Cleveland Now," a fund-rais-
ing coalition seeking to obtain $10,- agement operation.
Harold B. Waintrup officiated.
Detroit Committee members
The bride is the daughter of 000,000 to match federal and state
funds,
and
of
a
suburban
coalition
serve
court watchers on a
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Prane of in the Newark area seeking to co- program as
of the Interfaith Justice
Elkins Park, Pa. The bridegroom
by the AJ-
Office

spearheaded
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ordinate hitherto separate poverty Commitee and t he American
E. Sibrack of Sherwood Ave., programs.
Jewish Congress—to improve the
In Detroit, members are active
Huntington Woods.
atment of both black and
treatment
an
Interfaith
Action
Council
,
in
The bride wore an A-line gown
white poor in Detroit courts.
originally
developed
to
give
help
of peau de soie trimmed with
Ths summer is the second season
to riot victims "and now a major
lace appliques down the front,
of the St. Louis chapter's inter-
and
channel
of
communication
to
and
sleeves,
with
a
cathed-
neck
racial camp for two types of
from black circles."
ral train. A rounded pill box
"short-changed" children — 30 Ne-
In addition, high school students gro boys from the ghetto and 30
with matching lace trim held
her bouffant veil. She carried receive individual job counseling white boys "from the isolated af-
Stephanotis and Phalaenopsis on and jobs as well from members fluence of suburbia, all eight to ten
active in the Detroit Volunteer years old."
her mother's Bible.
Maid of honor was Judy Prane, Placement Corps, with almost 500
sister of the bride. Bridesmaids placed to date.
were Alice Freed, Jean Melamed
Take
The Washington chapter is work-
and Ann Whiting and Mrs. Mari- ! ing with other Jewish groups to re-
anne Truitt, both of Kalamazoo.
cruit Jewish youth for volunteer West Indies Honeymoon
Gerald Sibrack was his brother's work in the city.
best man. Ushers were Marc Chi-
In a Miami Negro neighborhood,
corel of Detroit and Goren Ekborn 15 members are conducting a pilot
of Stockholm.
program as volunteer counselors to
After a honeymoon in Bermuda, eighth grade students.
the couple is residing in Aim
In Chicago, the organization's
Arbor.
urban program includes an experi-
mental revolving fund for small
loans, with a limit of $50, to mem-
Mr. Sheldon Toll Takes bers
of minority group community
to provide necessities
Bride, Roberta Pollack i organizations
for children usually absent from
major programs for the poor.
When the agency's Long Island
division learned there were only 29
licensed Negro pharmacists in New
York City and no Negro-owned
pharmacies, the division worked
out a scholarship program for Ne-
groes at the Brooklyn Pharmacy
College.
The Los Angeles chapter is a co-
MRS. JEFFREY SPOON
sponsor of a $2,500,000 Interfaith
Karen
Lynn Feder and Jeffrey
Housing Corp. which will build 176
David Spoon exchanged marriage
vows Sunday, in an afternoon cere-
mony at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Rabbi Irwin Groner officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
LEVIN-ERNSTOFF: Raina Mar- Mrs. Norman W. Feder of N. Bell-
cia Ernstoff, daughter of Dr. and wood Dr., Southfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. David Ernstoff of New York, Mrs. Harry Spoon of Twyckingham
was married in Lake Success, N.Y., Way, Southfield.
MRS. SHELDON TOLL
Sunday afternoon to Joseph Levin,
Following a honeymoon in the
In a recent ceremony at the son of Judge and Mrs. Theodore West Indies, the newlyweds will
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Roberta Levin of Cambridge Dr. Rabbi live in Royal Oak:
Darlene Pollack, daughter of Mr. Mordecai Waxman performed the
The bride wore a gown of silk
and Mrs. David Pollack of Fair- ceremony. The bride wore a gown organza with lace appliques,
field Ave., was married to Shel- of peau de soie with re-embroid- baby seed pearls and matching
don S. Toll, son of Mrs. Herman ered Alencon lace at the hem and veil. She carried orchids and
Toll and the late Congressman Toll sleeves and a floor-length mantilla baby seed pearls and a matching
of matching lace. She carried a Bible.
of Philadelphia.
The bride's gown, designed by bouquet of cascading Stephanotis
The bridegroom's sister, Mrs.
Sarmi, was of organza, with long and orchids. Mrs. Charles Lieber, Richard Kushner of Kirksville, Mo.,
sleeves, Edwardian collar and bib sister of the bridegroom, was ma- was matron of honor. Carol Kadu-
tron of honor. Amy and Arthur shin served as maid of honor and
and a wide bottom band of lace.
Linda Pollack was her sister's Levin were junior attendants. Sus- Nancy Kadushin, Mrs. Richard
maid of honor. Bridesmaids an Fleischman was flower girl. Eaton, Myrna Lasser and Carol
were Marilyn Pollack, sister of Judge CharleS Levin, the bride- Emery were bridesmaids.
the bride, Mrs. David Reinberg groom's brother, was best man.
Tracey Fletcher served as
of Miami, Mrs. Richard Werthe- Ushers were Jon, Marc, and Brian flower girl and ring bearer was
imer of Derfield, Ill. and Sandy Ernstoff, the bride's brothers.
Kevin Lasser.
Karmazin.
Alan Spoon was his brother's
Gilbert Toll served his brother
MILLER-TAYLOR: Patricia Gail best man. Ushers were Robert
as best man. Ushers included Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Feder, brother of the bride, James
Stewart Bloch. Prof. Martin Chasin James Taylor of Hazel Park, re- Kadushin, Robert Spoon, Robert
of Washington, D.C., Prof. Joseph cently became the bride of Naval Rudman, Richard Eaton and Rich-
Ravelli of Princeton, N.J., Jerome Airman Theodore Tchor Miller, ard Kushner of Kirksville, Mo.
Singer of Kingston, N.Y., William son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mil-
The Port of Detroit had nearly
Williner of Connecticut and E. A. ler of Southome Rd., Southfield, at
Dixon of Villanova, Pa.
Adas Shalom Synagogue. T h e 1,000 vessel calls from overseas
After honeymooning In Greece newlyweds are residing in Waikiki ports last year and a total shipping
and Turkey the couple will reside Beach, Hawaii, where Mr. Miller volume in excess of 100 million
in Philadelphia,
is stationed.
•tons.

Finnk-Margolin Vows
Said at Pontchartrain

Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, will speak
on "Palestinian Archaeology and
Masada" Oct. 9 at the special
Detroit Art Institute exhibit.
The date reported in last week's
paper was erroneous.

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The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel Margolin of
Charrington Rd., Birmingham. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Wil-
liam Finnk of Oxley Rd., South-
field, and the late Mr. Finnk.
The bride wore a gown of point
d'esprit appliqued with Venice
lace flowers. She carried a bou-
quet of sweetheart roses and dai-
sies.
Attending the couple were Ilene
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After a honeymoon trip to Cali-
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