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August 15, 1969 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-15

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Nixon's Welfare Plan Applauded

NEW YORK—President Nixon's States has not kept pace with
welfare reform plan announced other countries in its treatment of
on Friday was hailed as "the the needy. He quoted Maimonides,
first major attempt to equalize the 12th century Jewish philos-
help to the needy in various parts opher, as believing that the
of the country since the system highest level of charity consists
was set up almost 35 years ago." of helping the poor to become
Rabbi Marc IL Tanenbaum, di- self-supporting. Re added:
"Judaism has always taken it
rector of the interreligious af-
fairs department of the American for granted that the poor man's
claim
to food, clothing and
speaking
on
Jewish Committee,
radio station WINS, stated that shelter must be honored by the
"few will disagree with the sug- more fortunate. The Book of
gestions for incentives and job- Deuteronomy, Chapter 15, Verse
training programs that may trans- 9 to 11, tells us: 'Take heed lest
form thousands of welfare clients you grudge help to your needy
from relief recipients to taxpay- kinsman and give him nothing
. . . You shall give to him freely
ers."
Rabbi Tanenbaum pointed out without ill will . . . I command
you,
you shall open your hand
that, despite its wealth, the United
to your brother, to your poor and
needy in your land'
"Yet, the truth is that until
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Judi D. Rosen Prepares
for December Wedding

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 15, 1969-27

Center for Aged Reviews Mental Therapy Program

ST. LOUIS (JTA) —The Jewish seacrh consultants are Prof. Rod-
Center for the Aged has undertaken ney Coe of the Washington Univer-
a study of the effects of short-term sity sociology department and Dr.
therapy for the mentally impaired Eva Kahana of the research insti-
aged when held jointly with pa- tute.
tients who are not mentally im-
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paired, according to Robert Schi-
frin, president. The study is being
fifiVitatiOilS
made by the center's Ida E. Rosen-
blass Gerontological Research Cen-
ter, which is operated in coopera-
tion with the social science re-
search institute of Washington Uni-
versity.

SCHWARTZ

The Gerontological Research Cen-
ter was funded by grants from Miss
Sadie Rosenblatt, sister of the late
Ida Rosenblatt, who served as a
board member of the JCA, and by
the late Morton J. May. The re-

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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Rosen
of W. Twelve Mile Rd., Southfield,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Judi Dianne to Robert
Franklyn Kraft, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Kraft of Tavistock Tr.,
Southfield, and the late Mrs. Edna
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Miss Rosen is a graduate of
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Detroit Law School.
I A Dec. 21 wedding is planned.

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WILDSTROM-SCHWARTZ: At a
Sunday ceremony at Temple Anshe
ilesed, Erie, Pa., Susan Jean
Schwartz became the bride of
Stephen Henry Wildstrom. Rabbi
' Bernard Perelmuter officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and
Mrs. William Schwartz of Erie,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wildstrom
of Borgman Ave., Oak Park. The
bride wore a gown of silk organza
over peau de soie with a lace panel
running full length down the cen-
ter of the dress. It had a mandarin
collar and short sleeves, both of
lace, and a short train extending
from a bow at the empire waist-
line. Her elbow-length veil was
secured to a headpiece of organdy
and lace with pearl trim. She car-
ried a bouquet of sweetheart roses
and Stephanotis. Carolyn Sue Tay-
lor of Wilmette, Ill., served as
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Susan Wildstrom, sister of the
bridegroom, and Joyce Alpern, of
University Heights, 0. Urban Leh-
ner was best man, and ushers in-
cluded Jack Schwartz, brother of
the bride, and Walter Shapiro, of
Washington D.C. After a honey-
moon in Montreal. the couple will
reside in Royal Oak.
• • •
GLECKMAN-KAPLAN: At a re-
cent ceremony in the Berlin Chapel
of Brandeis University, Waltham,
Mass., Ruth Kaplan became the
bride of Harris Gleckman. The
bride is the daughter of Mrs. Roy
Kaplan of Hendrie Blvd., Hunting-
ton Woods, and the late Mr. Kap-
lan. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gleckman
of Portland, Me. The bride was at-
tended by her sister Mrs. Henry
Wineman U. Donald Levy of Port-
land served as best man. After a
honeymoon in Montreal, the newly-
weds will reside in London.
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SCHMIDT-WEBB: In a recent
ceremony in Indianapolis, Jean
Ann Webb became the bride of
Robert Schmidt. Parents of the
couple are Mr. and Mrs Dale Webb
of Harlinger, Tex., and Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard Schmidt of Stone-
wood Ct., Farmington. The newly-
weds will reside in Columbus,
where Mr. Schmidt will resume his
doctoral studies at Ohio State Un-
iversity.

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