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June 21, 1985 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 21, 1985

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tered with files and books,
she reflects about the last
twenty-nine years. At 63,
with salt and pepper hair
and conservatively dressed,
Gilson discusses the many
lows and highs. The lows are
the shooting death of Rabbi
Morris Adler, and the pain
Gilson sees when children
experience their parents' di-
vorce. Some outstanding
moments were the 30th an-
niversary of the school in
1979 and the first Shabbat
family dinner.
Gilson deems to be a com-
bination educator, rabbi and
principal as she fields phone
calls and questions. A
teacher stops by to say that a
child was scratched by a crab
at the pet store field trip.
Gilson advises the teacher to
fill out an accident form. A
mother calls to request a
date for a birthday party,
and a child stops her in the
hall for a hug.
Russell, Gilson's husband
for 43 years, says he cannot
go anywhere without some-
one recognizing his wife. He
is astounded that his wife
always remembers the stu-
dent's name. All over the
United States and Europe,
students and graduates have
stopped the Gilsons. "Oh,
there was one place where
we didn't meet anyone — the
top of Masada," exclaims
Russell Gilson.
It seems that Roz Gilson
was destined to work with
children. Her first job at 16
was working in the toy de-.
partment in a store in
Chicago. As valedictorian of
her high school class, she
was determined to go to col-
lege even though this was an
unpopular decision among
her girlfriends.
Coming from a family of
modest means, Gilson re-
ceived a scholarship and
worked throughout her col-
lege years at the University
of Illinois. She remembers
being a waitress and work-
ing as a key-punch operator
for 35 cents per hour. "I
worked and studied a lot,"
reminisces Gilson, In 1943,
Gilson graduated Phi Beta
Kappa with a major in
French.
She began her professional
career in California where
her husband had a job as an
engineer. She taught French
and art at a high school.
During World War II, while
her husband was employed
in Washington, D.C., Gilson
held civil service jobs.
In 1949, she became in-

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