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April 14, 1978 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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April 14, 1918

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Rogoffs Medical Career
Spans 51 Years, Honor Slated

Dr. Abraham S. Rogoff
will celebrate two anniver-
saries in June: 51 years in
medicine and 51 years on
the staff of Providence Hos-
pital.
Born in Russia, Dr. Rogoff
came to the United States in
1916 and later worked for
the Packard automobile
firm and studied in night
classes at Northern High
School. He worked full-time
daily and attended night
school four times a week. In
1921 he had received his
high school diploma. He be-
came a naturalized citizen
in 1925.
Phone !,57-6157
Descended from a family
of talmudic scholars and
• STYLE
rabbis, Dr. Rogoff, like his
• ELEGANCE
five brothers, didn't obey his
• BEAUTY
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1927 medical school
graduation was not easy,
Dr. Rogoff said, and
when an opportunity
opened up at Providence
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BLOCH-ROSE AU-
XILIARY elected Muriel
Smith president for a second
term at its recent election
meeting. Other officers are
Paula Hart, vice president;
Anita Moss, junior vice
president; Pauline Goods-
tein, treasurer; and Rose
Wagner, secretary. The au-
xiliary will meet 8:30 p.m.
April 25 in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home's
social hall. Plans for the
Battle Creek party will be
discussed. A social hour will
follow. For information, call
the JWV office, 559-5680, or
Ms. Smith, 547-0804.
* * *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND AU-
XILIARY will conduct
their annual Seder at the
Battle Creek Veterans Hos-

pital Sunday. Participants
include commander Harry
Friedman and President
Jean Friedman, Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Arnkoff, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Joffe,
Pamela Joffe and Ruth Le-
vin. Rabbi Kenneth Berger
of Kalamazoo will conduct
the services. The auxiliary
will service the Northland
Geriatric Center Tuesday
with games, gifts and re-
freshments.
* * *
LT.
RAYMOND
ZUSSMAN AUXILIARY
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday in
the home of Adele Simms,
25002 Chambley Dr.,
Southfield. Nominations
will be taken and plans for
service dates will be discus-
sed. For information, call
Mrs. Simms, 358-1282.

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Maria R. Massaro and
Arnold Paul Guttenberg
were married in a recent
ceremony at Temple Beth
Abraham in Tarrytown,
N.Y. Rabbi Steven Foster
officiated.
Following his internship,
The bride is the daughter
Dr. Rogoff opened a private of Mrs. Marie G. Massaro of
practice on Detroit's east Elmsford, N.Y., and the late
side and 15 years ago moved Mr. Carmen S. Massaro.
the practice to Southfield. Parents of the bridegroom
He alternates his time bet- are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gut-
ween the office and the hos- tenberg of Birmingham.
pital.
Rosanne Gervasi was
Dr. Rogoff is one of 16 the maid of honor.
Providence Hospital physi- Bridesmaids were Mrs.
cians who were honored last Joseph Massaro, Mrs.
week for serving more than Saul Kalbfeld, sister of
40 years on the hospital the bridegroom, and Mrs.
Jack Guttenberg. Donna
staff.
and Jennifer Massaro
Dr. Rogoff is active in ef- were junior bridesmaids
forts for the Jewish Welfare and Courtney Kalbfeld
Federation, the Jewish War was flower girl. The bride
Veterans and is a member was escorted by her
and past president of the brother, David Massaro.
Jewish Historical Society of
Best man was Ken New-
Michigan.
bury. Ushers were Joseph
Massaro, brother of the
bride; Saul Kalbfeld and

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SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES will hear author
Dr. Jack Goldstein 8 p.m.
Sunday in the main Jewish
Community Center com-
plex. Dr. Goldstein will dis-
cuss his book, "Triumph
Over Disease by Fasting
and Natural Diet." There is
a charge. For information,
call Ann Klempner, 557-
3698; Bea Braun, 357-4369;
or Dorothy Shapiro, 557-
2599. Singles age 30 and up
are invited.

The Jewish Community
Center will open registra-
tion Monday for spring
mini-session yoga classes.
The six-week classes will
begin May 22. Three classes
will begin May 22. Three
classes will be conducted
11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the
10 Mile branch, 11 a.m.
Wednesday at the 10 Mile
branch and 10 a.m. Thurs-
days at the main building.
For information, call the
Jewish Center, 661-1000,
ext. 180.
The Senior Adult Israeli
Dancers will participate in
the "Fitness Is Ageless" con-
ference May 4 at Schoolcraft
College.
The Center's annual
sports award banquet for
persons in the basketball
program, gymnastics and
swim programs will be
held 2 p.m. April 30 in
Room 239 of the main
Center.
Guest speaker will be
Kevin Kasetta of the Uni-
versity of Detroit basketball
team. There is a charge. For
reservations, call the Cent-
er's physical education de-
partment, 661-1000.

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