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September 25, 1959 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S -- Friday, Sept. 25, 1959 — 22

Nursing Home Names
Norman Sokolow
as New Director

NORMAN SOKOLOW

BBYO Schedules Rosalind Silberman Dr. Beresh Talks on Trip to Israel
Louis Beresh, chief of the APF, for the Israel Medical
Training Institute to Tired Brooklynite the Dr. allergy
department in the Association, states that the talk

To train leaders for the com-
ing year. the Greater Detroit
AZA and BBG Councils of Bnai
Brith Youth Organization will
hold a Leadership Training In-
stitute this weekend at Camp
Tamarack, in Ortonville.
Nearly 150 teenagers, includ-
ing Council officers and repre-
sentatives of the various chap-
ters, will attend. The Institute
is planned and carried out by
the youth with aid from the
staff members. General chair-
men of the event are Ken Stol-
ler, of Louis D. Brandeis Chap-
ter, and Dorothy Borden, of
Israel Zangwill Chapter, both
Mumford High School students.
Delegates will attend semi-
nars on leadership to be con- MISS ROSALIND SILBERMAN
ducted by the professional staff
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Silber-
and two meetings on chapter man, of Cherrylawn Ave., an-
programming, to be led by Coun- nounce the engagement of their
cil officers. Earl Yaillen, Mich- daughter Rosalind to Sheldon
igan regional director of BBYO, Lewis Smith, son of Mrs. Julius
will lead sessions concerning Smith and the late Mr. Smith,
national .policies and practices of Brooklyn, N.Y. •
set up by the youth at their
national conventions.
A guest speaker, Dr. Hoyt
Coe Reed, of Michigan State
University, will lead a work-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Last, of
shop on racial discrimination
and prejudice. There also will San Juan Ave., announce the
be sabbath services. Havdalah engagement of their daughter,
services and a iJaccabiad, Elaine Fay, to Stanley Merle
Weingarden, son of the late
The weekend will culminate
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Wein-
with a banquet Sunday after-
noon, at which time the AZA garden.
Miss Last is a senior at
Council officers will officially
Wayne State University. Her
be installed, and awards will be
fiance was graduated from
presented to the winners in last
WSU, where he was affiliated
year's Council activities.
with Sigma Alpha Mu and Tau
Epsilon Rho fraternities.
The couple plans a Novem-
ber wedding.

Appointment of Norman J.
Sokolow as executive director
of Elliott Hall, 13015 W. Chi-
cago, was announced this week
by Dr. Paul Fraiberg, owner of
the newly-opened medical cen-
ter.
Sokolow comes to Elliott Hall
after. serving here for three
years as assistant director of
the Jewish Home for Aged.
Prior to that time, Sokolow, a
graduate of New York Univer-
sity, was affiliated for four years
with the Home for Aged and
Infirm Hebrews of New York.
In announcing the appoint-
ment, Dr. Fraiberg said that
Sokolow brings with him many
y ears of experience in high-
level care and understanding
of patients entrusted to him.
Under Sokolow's guidance,
Elliott Hall plans to develop its
existing occupational therapy
department, particularly to pro-
vide for the needs of long-term
care patients.
A sound recreation program
also is to be developed: along
with proper medical and nurs-
Sept. 13—To Mr. and Mrs.
ing care and a nutrition pro- Arnold Blau (Ruth Lewis), of
gram. The nursing home pro- 10110 Burton, Oak Park, a Son,
vides 89 beds for the care of Mark Jeffrey.
the chronically ill, convalescent
*
*
and aging persons.
Sept. 11—To Mr. and Mrs.
Maxwell J. Schwartz (Florence
Center Starts Acting Clinic Silverman), of 21661 Stratford
Acting Clinic, weekly Mon- Ct., Oak Park, a daughter, Beth
day evening sessions for mem- Anne.
bers of the Center Theater,
18100 Meyers, will start at
Sept. 9—To Mr. and Mrs.
8 p.m. this Monday, under Kenneth E. Rhodes (Emily
the direction of Jerome Bayer. Gunsberg), of 17274 Bentler, a
son, Steven Mark.

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Sept. 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam. A. Wolk (Roberta Snyder),
of 14001 Cloverdale, Oak Park,
a daughter, Miriam Beth.

* * *

Sept. 8—To Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford M. Hoscow (Judith
Green), of Trancrest Dr., Li-
vonia, a son, Michael Craig.
*
*
SePt.'\7—TO Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Rplaqinick (Barbara Star-
obinskyVaf 12325 Littlefield, a
son, Howard Dale.

Aug. 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Gayer (Arlene Black),
of 14461 Manhattan, Oak Park,
a daughter, Alisa Ilene.
*
*
Aug:. 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin M. Gellman (Ruth S.
Sherman), of James Ave., Oak
Park, a daughter, Leslie Jane.
* *
Aug. 20—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ted J. Simon (Mary Ann Coop-
er), of 236 Wadsworth Lane,
Birmingham, a son, Scott Coop-
er.

*

*

Aug 17—To Mr. and Mrs.
David Bachaiov (Priscilla Ad-
ler), of 3344 Clements, a son,
Mark Nathan.

Junior Game Rooms

Junior game rooms, spon-
sored by the Children's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Community
Center are now open at the
Davison and Ten Mile
branches.

ngagem en ts

Veterans' Administration out-
patient clinic
in Detroit, has
been asked by
the American
Physicians'
~ '
Fellowship,
Detroit Chap-
ter, to talk on
his recent trip
to Israel, Oct.
20.
Dr. Beresh
observed the Dr. Beresh
medical care provided for the
general Israel population and
Kupat Holim's medical and
dental care for members of
Histadrut and other medical
insurance systems like the Na-
tional Labor Union, General
Zionist sick fund, Maccabees
sick fund, and other smaller or-
ganizations.
Dr. Bernard Weston, presi-
dent of the Detroit chapter of



will be accompanied by colored
slides.
Members will be informed of
the time and place through the
mails. All other physicians who
are interested in attending this
meeting may contact Dr. Weston
at VE 7-5374.

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engagement of their daughter,
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15 wedding is planned.

Regret Error in
Announcing Troth

In announcing the engage-
ment of Joelle Gayle Rogers to
Leon H. Stern
in last week's
Jewish News,
the bride-
groom's name
erroneously
appeared as
Stein. He is
the son of the
Irving Sterns,
o f Stratford
Rd. Miss Rog-
ers, of Beau-
mont, Tex., is
= the daughter
Miss Rogers of Dr. and
Mrs. S. J. Rogers, of Thomas Rd.

Club Women to Hear
`Cleft Palate Story'
at Sinai Hospital

"The Cleft Palate Story," a
program presented by the cleft
palate team at Sinai Hospital,
will be a highlight of a meeting
planned by the Neugarten Medi-
cal Aid Society at 12:30 p.m.,
Monday, in the main lecture
room of the hospital.
Sinai's cleft palate clinic, one
of the few diagnostic and treat-
ment centers in the country,
was organized in 1955 to treat
persons having cleft lip and
palate difficulties.
The story of the clinic will
be told by Dr. Herbert J. Bloom-,
oral surgeon who heads the
clinic; Eva Ravnitzky, direc-
tor of social service; Melvin
J. Schwartz, coordinator of the
clinic and speech pathologist;
Dr. Samuel Glassman, orthodon-
tist; and Dr. Samuel Stulberg,
pedodontist.
The clinic is open to all pa-
tients, without regard to race,
color or creed.

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