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December 29, 1978 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '

Fridayd Eittember . 29, 1918 29

Aronsson, Officers Re-elected Federation Women Plan 32nd Institute
"Alone Together — Our lowed by a discussion of
There is a charge.
at Jewish Home for Aged
Jewish Family," is the title Jewish family life by two
Beatrice Rowe is

Herbert A. Aronsson was
elected to his"third term as
president of the Jewish
Home for Aged at its recent
annual meeting. Other offi-
cers re-elected were vice
presidents Marvin A. Fleis-
chman and Robert A. Stein-
berg; treasurer Daniel
LeVine; secretary Alex
Sklar; and assistant secre-
tary Charles S. Wolfe.
Re-elected to three-year
rms on the board of direc-
rs were Mrs. Harry Be-
rlin, Lester Burton, Nathan
Fink, Meyer Fishman,
Kaye G. Frank, Arthur
Howard, Dr. Mark Kahn;
LeVine, Lester Morris, Mrs.
Louis Ruda and Reva

r.

Taubman.
Elected to the board for
three-year terms were Irv-
ing Goldman, Herbert Sott
and Bernard Weisberg.
Louis Berry and Sylvan
Rapaport were elected to
life membership on the
board. Both men were
recognized "for having
provided years of sig-
nificant and distin-
guished service to the
Home and its program."
President Aronsson's
father, Maurice, was the
board's first life member.
The board also honored 14
employees who have pro-
vided 20-33 years of service
to the Home.

of the 32nd annual institute
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration Women's Division
scheduled for Jan. 11 at the
Jewish Community Center.
Registration will begin at
9:30 a.m.
The all-day meeting will
deal with the unmet human
needs within the local
Jewish community and in
Israel.
Dr. Gladys Rosen, pro-
gram specialist in the
American Jewish_ Commit-
tee's Jewish Communal Af-
fairs Department, will
keynote the morning ses-
sion with a discussion of
"The Family: Alienation
and Isolation."
Her address will be fol-

panels. One will feature
Caryl Scheuer, Barbara
Gordon and Mollie Pit-
zak, representing young
adults, single parents
and; senior adults. The
community's response to
problems will be
dismissed by George M.
Zeltzer, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion; Joel D. Tauber,
president of the Jewish
Community Center; and
Helen Naimark, execu-
tive director of the
Jewish Federation
Apartments.,
After lunch, Prof. Jacob
Cohen of Brandeis Univer-
sity will relate the subject to
the people of Israel.

REMEMBER

THE BLUE BOX
AND EVERYTHING. IT
STANDS FOB ON EVERY
IMPORTANT OCCASION.

chairman of the 1979 In-
stitute. Barbara Stone is
co-chairman. Dulcie
Rosenfeld is Women's
Division president, and
Jessie Stern is vice
president for education.
For information or reser-
vations, contact Lois H.
Brown, Women's Division
director, 965-3939. -

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In the top photograph, Jewish Home for the Aged
President Herbert A. Aronsson _ , center, congratulates
new board life members Louis Berry, left, and Sylvan
Rapaport. In the second photograph, Aaronson con-
gratulates new board members Herbert Sott, Irving
Goldman and Bernard Weisberg. In the bottom
photograph, staff members are shown with certifi-
cates of appreciation for having served from 20 to 33
years at the Home for Aged.

Music Study Club to Meet

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will have
a members-only meeting
12:30 p.m. in the home of
Mrs. Jerry C. Rosenberg,
8544 Huntington Rd., Hun-
tington Woods.
Featured on the program
will be Helen Rowin, sop-
rano, assisted at the piano
by Claire Brown, in -a pro-
gram entitled, "King
David's American Sons: The
Music Makers of Broad-
way." It will encompass
Jewish contributions to the
merican musical theater
Romberg to Sondheim.
Mrs. Rowin attended the
University of Michigan and
was graduated from Wayne
State University. She
studied voice with John
McCollum and Alice In-
graham. She has sung lead-
ing roles in "Guys and
Dolls," "Student Prince,"
Menotti's opera, "The Tele-
phone," and many others.
Mrs. Rowin is presently
working on M.Ed. degree at
Oakland University, and is
soprano soloist at Temple
Beth El.
Mrs. Brown studied
piano with Alberto
Jonas, Austin Conradi
and Henry Harris. At 17,
she-won the Ellen Gowen

So

Hood Scholarship, enabl-
ing her to study piano
Olga-Samaroff
with
at the
Stokowski
Philadelphia Conservat-
ory of Music. She held
this scholarship for three
years, during which time
she also studied composi-
tion with Paul Nordoff
and Vincent Persichetti.
Mrs. Brown holds both
bachelor's and master's de-
grees in music from the
Philadelphia Conservatory
where she was a member of
the advanced piano faculty
for many years. She also
was head of the piano de-
partments at Ravenhill
Academy and the Sacred
Heart Academy at Eden
Hall. She moved to the De-
troit area 12 years ago and
is active here both as a
pianist and teacher.
Mrs. Jack Krops will be
chairman of the day. Mrs.
George Kerwin is vice
president of programming.
For information call Mrs.
Victor Linden, president,
644-9080.

49th Annual Donor Tea

.

12 Noon, Tuesday, January, 9th

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road
Southfield

GUEST ARTIST
EZRA

One of Israel's most-
sparkling personalities!
Sings, dances, plays
the drums and has
charmed audiences
around the world.
,
Huge success in
Town Hall, Carnegie-
Hall, and Israeli
movies.

of Congregation B'nai
Jershurun, New York
and National President
of Jewish National
Fund. Noted author
and lecturer.

.

Know how to give without
hesitation, how to lose
without regret, how to ac-
quire without meanness.
George Sand

GUEST SPEAKER
RABBI
WILLIAM
BERKOWITZ

for information call:
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND, 27308 Southfield Road, Southfield, Mich. 557-6644

Reba (Mrs. Irving) Bloom
President

Shirley, (Mrs. Jules) Kraft
Fund Raising Chairwoman

Ar:,

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Anna (Mrs. Philip) Slomovitz
Program Chairwoman

invit

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