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April 17, 1970 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-17

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Mother's Day to Open
Nursing Home Week

Michael C. Aller, administrator
of the Sherwood Hall Convalescent
Home, said that the home will be
participating in Michigan Nursing
Home Week, especially the open
house activities scheduled for the
first day, May 10, Mother's Day.
"Nursing Home Week is very
important to my patients," Aller
said, "because it means that mem-
bers of the community will be com-
ing in for a visit. When you're ill
and aged, and sometimes feel all
alone in the world,it's not only
good to have new friends in the
community, it's essential," he said.
Open house at Sherwood Hall
will begin at 2 p.m. and run
through 5 p.m. Aller said he and
his patients were looking for sev.
eral visitors in hopes of making
this Mother's Day significant for
the patients he serves.

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LETTER BOX

Study Committee
Urged by Writers

Editor, The Jewish News:
I was astonished to discover
after reading your article of March
20 that the number of students in
the Hebrew schools has declined in
the past 10 years and the number
of staff positions and administra-
tive placements has increased
three-fold at the same time.
I find it impossible to justify
such unnecessary expenditures
when the cost of education today is
so expensive. Why is the weight of
personnel so heavy at the top?
For years, teachers have re-
quested the establishment of a
study committe to study the struc-
ture of the school in order to make
it more attractive and effective to
new students and teachers. .I am
amazed to see after all these years
that the boards of the United He-
brew Schools and the Federation,
who are responsible to the commu-
nity, continually ignore these needs
and proper demands.
MRS. BARBARA GREENBAUM

Editor, The Jewish News:
In view of the dissatisfaction
expressed by competent, profes-
sional teachers in the Hebrew
schools about the present struc-
ture and procedures, it seems only
logical that an impartial study
committee be set up to investi-
gate the problems involved.
Our Jewish education must be
the most attractive, efficient oper- ,
ation we can produce, and this is
certainly the goal of all Hebrew
teachers involved.
FLORENCE SANDWEISS

Editor, The Jewish News:
It seems logical and imperative
that an objective study be made to
determine the causes and effects
of the present problematic situa-
tions and, of course, possible solu-
tions.
What more necessary and im-
portant contribution can be offered
to the community than effective,
well-run educational institutions of
which the United Hebrew Schools
plays a vital role?
ALICIA TISDALE

Editor, The Jewish News:
In your article of March 20, en-
titled "Study Committee for Probe
of Educational System Requested
by Hebrew Teachers," it was made
very clear that the Hebrew teach-
ers are dissatisfied with the struc-
ture of Jewish education.
In view of this, why have both
the boards of United Hebrew
Schools and the Jewish Welfare
Federation seen fit to simply ignore
the whole problem? Why not
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