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January 15, 1993 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-15

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"I haven't had this much fun in years! I've met new friends. I'm involved in
activities. I'm happy — and so is my family. Before, housekeeping was a chore,
cooking for myselfwasn't fun, and I didn't feel secure living alone. Now, myfamily
has peace of mind. ..and I'm having the time of my life!" °

Rose Schutzman

lives in Prentis Towers
across the street from
Mrs. Stance, says her cur-
rent living situation
affords her the freedom to
• live as she chooses.
"I clean. I wash. I cook.
I iron. I do everything
myself. Nobody else can
• please me. Nobody."
Like Mrs. Stance, Rose
Schutzman is elderly and
hails from downtown
Detroit, where she lived
• since her immigration
from the Soviet Union in
1928.
Though her colorful,
\
/ immaculate apartment at
-Prentis is much smaller
/ than her downtown abode,
; Mrs. Schutzman says it's
much more manageable.
Before moving to the
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments over two years ago,
she had to climb up and
Clown stairs to do laundry.
This was especially diffi-
cult for the 83-year-old
because, like Mrs. Stance,
Mrs. Schutzman has one
>leg. In the Federation
Apartments, there are ele-
vators, which Mrs.
Schutzman says are con-
venient, and a hangout for
, chitchatting with other
residents.

Pat Milner, administra-
tor at the Teitel Building,
ays the Federation
L Apartments fill a very
important need in Detroit.
"We have a responsibili-
ty to the elderly," she
• said. "The elderly now
Cwere once responsible to
elderly before them."
The apartments, says
Ms. Milner, demonstrate
the Hebrew saying: Dor
l'dor, from generation to
generation.
"It's a way of saying
• thank you to the people
'who've established the
community we live in
now."111

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