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May 14, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, May 14, 1971

Independence Hall to Be Dedicated
in Name of Norman and Esther Allan

Independence Hall, the down-
town Detroit residence for senior
citizens sponsored by Young Israel,
will be known as Allan Towers
following a 10:30 a.m. June 8
dedication in honor of Norman
and Esther Allan.
The plaque which will be affix-
ed to the building, located at
Chene near E. Lafayette, will ac-
knowledge the Allans' "devotion,
interest and benefaction toward
the furtherance of the needs of the
senior citizens of our community."
It also notes "their efforts to-
ward the establishment of a grant
for study and research into the
needs and requirements of the
well elderly."
The latter refers to a $350,000
gift from the Allans for a two-fold
purpose: $300,000 for research on
problems of the elderly to be con-
ducted at several institutions of
higher learning; and $50,000 to

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provements as park benches and
landscaping and for studies on the
specific needs of its residents and
general. needs of the aged.
The study on needs of the
residents is to be conducted by
a Wayne State University student,
Albert Portnoy; and the com-
prehensive study on needs of
the aged will be directed by
Rabbi Samuel Prero, president
of Young Israel Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.
In connection with the dedica-
tion, at which Independence Hall
President Robert Sosnick will
preside, Rabbi Prero said that as
of June 8, all 216 units will have
been rented. Until now, there had
not been full occupancy, largely
because of the city's inability to
clear the surrounding area of run-
down buildings. Several buildings
have been torn down, however,
and more are scheduled.
Rabbi Prero said negotiations
are under way with the city to
acquire a six-acre site across
Chene, on which Independence Hall
would build a second residence hall
and a modified form of shopping
center.
He also announced that as of
May 1, a number of residents
have been • granted government
rent subsidies. The subsidy pro-
vides a. total of $28,000 annually
for a maximum of 43 tenants who
are earning less than $4,000 a
year if they are over age 62 (or
less than $2,000 if they are under
age 62).
Those who qualify can receive
subsidies to cover up to 70 per
cent of their rent.
Rabbi Prero said that so far 30
residents who qualify have been
processed.

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nounce the engagement of their
daughter Nancy Ellen to Barry
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Mrs. Sam Spolan of Greenfield Rd.,
Southfield.
Miss Feldman is a senior in
Wayne State University's college
of education.
Her fiance was graduated from
the business school at Wayne State.
An August wedding is being
planned.

Snga gements

Mrs. Evelyn Kanat Hoffman of
Burton Ave., Oak Park, announces
the engagement of her daughter
Anita Joyce to David Louis Ehren-
fried, son of Mr. and Mrs. Berek
Ehrenfried of La Mesa, Calif. The
bride-elect, daughter of the late
Dr. Walter Hoffman, and her
fiance, will be graduated in June
from Antioch College. Miss Hoff-
man plans to do postgraduate work
in the field of Jewish studies. Mr.
Ehrenfried will attend law school.
A June wedding is being planned.
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Dr. and Mrs. Irving F. Burton
of York Rd., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Bonnie Gayle to Richard
Melvin Firestone, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Firestone, former De-
troiters of Los Angeles. Miss Bur-
ton received her bachelors degree
in art history from the University
of Michigan. Her fiance, also a U-M
graduate, attends law school there.
They plan a June wedding.

Rabbi and Mrs. Joel J. Litke of
Coyle Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Chana to
Dr. Avraham Isseroff, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Sampson A. Isseroff of
Brooklyn. A June wedding is plan-
ned.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Linder-
man of Northfield Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Janice to Michael Katz,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz of
Tall Timber Rd., Farmington. Miss
Linderman attends Wayne State
University, where her fiance was
graduated. A late June wedding is
planned.

International Institute
Shows Judaica Objects
in Its Religion Display

A number of Judaic art objects
loaned by Temple Beth El are
featured as the International Insti-
tute opens its latest exhibition in
the Hall of Nations, "Objects of
Faith," through June 30.
This display "Brings us face to
face with one more realization
that man may differ, but is one in
his search for something beyond
himself to cherish, believe in, be
humble for," said Renee Van De-
water, chairman of the Hall of
Nations committee.

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