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July 18, 2003 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-18

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Not only is the

Community

Jewish News a tradition,

but it is a source of vital

information to Detroit

Jews, as well as those

now residing elsewhere

- David, West Bloomfield

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ElderLink luncheon honors Detroit's oldest Jews.

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Editor's note: Last week on page 30,
the Jewish News, in error, ran last
year's story on the ElderLink lunch-
eon. We apologize for the error. Below
is the story on this year's awards
luncheon that should have run.

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Among the ElderLink honorees are, standing, Bess Spector, Anne Mondrow, Milton Ross,
Madolyn Rosenthal, Julius Spielberg and Erna Zydower. Seated are Ruth Redstone, Alex
Hauser, Fannie Whiteman, Betty Garland, Helen August and Rose Paull.

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n the search for the oldest
members of the Jewish com-
munity and in celebration of
the experience and wisdom that
comes with age, the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit's ElderLink
hosted a luncheon honoring 24 "old-
est adults" (ages 95-107). The 2003
luncheon was held May 30 at the
Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield.
Linda Lee and John Jacobs are co-
chairs of ElderLink, a network of
services of Jewish older adults provid-
ed by a partnership of Federation and
its constituent agencies that provide
services for older adults.
With introductions by Carol
Rosenberg, associate director of Jewish
Home and Aging Services, the follow-
ing honorees were recognized: Helen
August, 99, of Bloomfield Hills,
Maurice Barnes, 95, of Oak Park;
Betty Garland, 98, of West
Bloomfield; Alex Hauser, 97, of

Southfield; Anne Mondrow, 95, of
West Bloomfield; Rose Paull, 97, of
Huntington Woods; Ruth Redstone,
97, of Southfield; Madolyn
Rosenthal, 95, of Troy; Milton Ross,
95, of Oak Park; Bess Spector, 100, of
West Bloomfield; Julius Spielberg,
101, of West Bloomfield; Fannie
Whiteman, 99, of West Bloomfield;
Erna Zydower, 98, of Madison
Heights.
Honorees not in attendance were
Clara Alzofon, 99, of Oak Park; Phil
Ash, 99, of Southfield; Sophie Gross,
95, of Southfield; Jack Halperin, 107,
of Southfield; Jennie Kwaslow-
Carnick, 97, of West Bloomfield; Faye
Margolis, 95, of West Bloomfield;
Magda Rimai, 100, of Oak Park;
Abraham Satovsky, 96, of Southfield;
Sidney Seidman, 95, of West
Bloomfield; Mae Weintraub, 98, of
Southfield; Lillian Zellman, 97, of
Oak Park.

To Aid Seniors

If you have a question, a concern
or a need for connections and
care for a parent, spouse or dear
friend growing older, call
ElderLink, (248) 559-3300.

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