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December 11, 1992 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-11

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Celebrating 50 years of growth with the Detroit Jewish Community


16 KISLEV 5753/DECEMBER 11, 1992


Arnold Budin Resigns
As Home For Aged Exec

Markey Butler is named interim executive director of all three JHA


rnold Budin, execu-
tive director for the
Jewish Home for
Aged for the past sev-
en months, resigned
last week — just days
after the 212-bed
Borman Hs11 nursing
home passed state in-
Mr. Budin, 46,
whose resignation was effective im-
mediately, came to JHA in April
1991 during former executive di-
rector Alan Funk's administration
to map out a strategy for a new
state-of-the-art nursing home fa-
He was elevated to the executive
director position last May after the
board of directors asked Mr. Funk
to step down from his administra-
tive role.
Mr. Budin said he wanted to
wait until Borman got a clean bill

Arnold Budin to leave.

of health from the state before he
departed. Since August, Borman
twice failed state inspection. One
serious violation could have put the
facility out of business.
"The state can come back at any
time," said JHA President Jack
Schon. "Next time, in all likelihood,
it will be unannounced. We must

BUDIN page 18




rip Ties

tella Goldschlag was charming, beautiful and
blonde but also, friends recall, "a little
spooky." She was born in Berlin and hoped to
become a singer. Instead, she became "a
catcher." It all started in the spring of 1943,
when Stella met up with an old friend who made
false identity cards for Jews in hiding. He of-
fered one to Stella. This chance encounter set
into motion a catastrophic chain of events that
resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Jews. They
were all victims of Stella.

The Blonde

Story on page 24

A mission to Israel
draws Engler staff,
Jewish community close

Puttin' On
The Scrubs


Page 43

Chicago High-Rise

Former Detroiter
takes a turn
toward television.

Page 67

Contents on page 5


Story on page 97

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