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August 27, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-27

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Ye DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, August 27, 1971

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Klutznick Calls for New
Priorities for Community

Weds Arlene Shayne

MILWAUKEE (JTA)—A former
ambassador to the Economic and
Social Council of the United Na-
tions and leader of Jewish and
community affairs, Philip M.
Klutznick, told the Milwaukee
Jewish community that actionimust
accompany thought in Jewish
activity.

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MRS. DONALD KAYE

Arlene Dorothea Shayne be-
came the bride of Donald Terry
Kaye in a recent ceremony at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi Irwin
Groner officiated.
The newlyweds are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Shayne
of Chariton Sq., Southfield; and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaye of
Brooklyn.
The bride wore a pin-tucked
organza gown with an Alencon
lace bodice and skirt. The head-
piece featured tiny pearls with
silk illusion veiling. She carried
orchids and carnations on her
confirmation Bible.
Barbara Schwartz was the maid
of honor. The best man was Vin-
cent Amolfitano. Dr. Marvin Star-
man and Gregory Galenek served
as ushers.
The newlyweds took a honey-
moon to Hawaii.

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PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—A pio-
neering government-financed three-
year research project will be con-
ducted by the Philadelphia Geria-
tric Center to study the effect on
aged people of a new type of low-
cost housing especially developed
for them, it was announced by
David H. Solms, president of the
Center, a Federation of Jewish
Agencies-United Fund constituent
A $275,000 grant has been given
the Geriatric Center by the
National Institute of Mental Health,
he said, to take advantage of a
unique opportunity for the study
when the agency's "Community
Housing for the Elderly" opens
this fall.
Community Housing for the
Elderly, first project of its kind,
is designed to develop a method
of meeting the problem of a vast
number of old people of modest
means who for various reasons
can no longer live entirely inde-
pendently, but who do not require
costly full-time care in a cus-
todial institution. With financial
backing from the U.S. Department
of Housing and Urban Develop-
ment, the Geriatric Center is con-
verting eight row houses near its
main buildings into low-rent ef-
ficiency apartments for elderly
individuals or couples.
The apartments will be ready
this fall and winter for rental to
people aged 65 and over, a total
of 27 to 36 tenants.

Nearly one-fourth ($2,000,000,000)
of retail spending by Detroiters
goes for groceries—the second big-
gest consumer expenditures after
housing.

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Stating that there is a low prior-
ity for religion and Jewish educa-
tion in communities today, Klutz-
nick said he wasn't sure that the
community was right in putting
priority on Israel itself. "If we
can't find an answer to Jewish
problems all over the world, then
Israel is not necessarily the an-
swer," he said.
Klutznick called for a four-point
program beginning with the recog-
nition that there is a new wave
of anti-Semitism beginning. There
should be a new reordering of pri-
orities to save people of the dia-
spora and get them to help us
support Israel, he said.
Klutznick also suggested a reso-
lution to provide a better Jewish
education for the next generation
and urged more lay people of the
community to help the Jewish serv-
ice organizations with the respon-,
sibilities of the Jewish community.
Klutznick spoke to more than
400 persons attending the annual
Jewish Federation meeting. The
1971 Jewish Welfare campaign
chairman announced that the com-
munity had collected more than
$4,800,000—over $1,000,000 more
than in previous campaigns.

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