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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-17

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$15,740 U. S. Grant
for Dental Study
in Plymouth Home

The Public Health Service of
the U. S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare awarded a
grant to the Plymouth State Home
and Training School for "Dental
Training of Dental Interns and
Pedodontic Students with the
Mentally Retarded." The three-
year grant provides $15,740 for the
first year and may be renewable
subject to annual review and ap-
proval.
Many retarded patients have
multiple physical handicaps such
as hearing disability, blindness
and orthopedic deformities which
require specialized techniques if
their dental treatment is to be ef-
fective. These specialized techni-
ques are not, generally, taught in
the Dental Schools' undergraduate
programs; therefore, dental ser-
vices have not been readily avail-
able for the large numbers of re-
tarded living in the various com-
munities.
The Project Director, D. Henry
L. Kanar, chief of dental services
at Plymouth State Home, express-
ed the fact that many families of
the retarded find institutionaliza-
tion to be the only recourse for
obtaining required dental treat-
ment. "This training program," he
said, "hopes to alleviate this condi-
tion by developing the dentists'
knowledge and skills required to
treat this type of person in their
own offices or in community-based
hospital facilities."
Dr. Kanar hopes that the train-
ing program will encourage the
dentists to devote their talents
and skills to the solution of the
problems encountered in the dent-
al care of the mentally retarded.
The dental interns who will
participate in this program will
come from Wayne County General
Hospital and will be rotated on a
regular basis.
The Pedodontic Students are in
graduate training at the Univers-
ity of Michigan.
Livonia resident, Dr. Kanar has
been the Chief of Dental Services
at Plymouth State Home and
Training School for the past three
and one-half years. Formerly, he
was a member of the dental staff
at Wayne County General Hospi-
tal. Currently, he also serves as
clinical instructor in dentistry at
University of Michigan and has
engaged in some research work
primarily in the area of fluoride
balance studies.
Dr. Robert I. Jaslow, medical
supertintendent of Plymouth State
Home and Training School, stress-
ed that "the project costs will
gradually be absorbed in our op-
erating budget so that the train-
ing program will eventually be-
come an integral part of the in-
stitution's continual program of
educational services."

Einhorn-Wolf Vows
Set for Next April

activities in Society

Miss Sara Saltsman, 14160 Balfour, Oak Park, is one of 107
students who are visiting Israel as part of the eighth annual "Summer
in Israel" program sponsored by the Yeshiva University Youth
Bureau. The program is designed to acquaint high school and college
students with the culture and traditions of Israel. The group, which
left New York last week, will return to the United States in late
August.
Miss Joyce E. Rosenthal, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Rosenthal,
17609 Snowden, is attending the Republican National Convention
in San Francisco.
A garden party honoring Dr. Robert R. Wolfe upon his graduation
from the Chicago College of Osteopathy was given by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolfe, 14151 Greenbriar, Oak Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Wainer, 18083 Wisconsin, and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Faber, 17668 Adrian, Southfield, are spending two weeks
in Israel visiting their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Eva Wainer.
Preliminary plans for a duplicate bridge club at the Center this
fall will be made 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis J. Cohen, 4414 W. Outer Dr. Cohen and Dan Kelsten, bridge
instructors at the Center who recently won the State Men's Pairs
tournament for the second consecutive year, will be present at the
meeting.
Mrs. Maurice Thome and daughter Maxine, 1040 James K.,
Pontiac, have returned from a trip abroad, including a three-week
visit with the Thomes' son Joel and his wife, who are studying in
Israel, and a three-week tour of Greece, Rome and Paris. Joel will
soon return to the U.S. as a member of the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra.
Pianist Doris Richards, student of Julius Chajes, will be heard
in a piano recital 8 p.m. Monday at the Community Arts Auditorium
of Wayne State University. The program includes compositions by Bach,
Beethoven, Brahms, Ravel, Chajes and Chopin.
Rabbi Kalil S. Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Torah,
Wanamassa, N.J., with his wife, the former Diana Resnick, and daugh-
ter, Leeora Neelee, are visiting his parents, the Baruch Rosenbergs of
Wisconsin Ave. during July.
Israeli IA. Col. Aharon David Sela, his wife Merriam and their
two daughters left for home in Givatayim, Israel, after spending a
year in this country. The family was living in Warren while Col. Sela,
of the Israeli Ordnance Corps was doing research work at the U.S.
Army Tank Auto Command.
Natalie Drapkin and her three daughters of Los Angeles will
spend the rest of July and August with her brother, Manuel Gorman,
24256 Leewin.
Miss Roni Denise Yaffe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Yaffe
of Northlawn Ave., has just been awarded a fellowship grant in the
area of mental retardation at New York University, where she is
currently doing graduate work.
Mr. Jack Duchau of Miami Beach is visiting his children, Mr.
and Mrs, Milton Duchau, 18444 Northlawn, prior to a cross-country
tour to Arizona and California.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Tzvi Haftel,
representative of the Israel Phil-
harmonic Orchestra, reported on
his return from a visit to Moscow,
on details of the first cultural ex-
change agreement between the
Soviet Union and Israel.
He said that contracts had been
signed in Moscow with several
leading Soviet musicians to appear
in concert with the Israel orches-
tra here. They included violinst
Leon Cogan and pianists Emil
Gilels and Sviatislaw Richter.
Haftel sad that Israeli violinists
Itzhak Perlmann and Shmuel

WEIN

Ashkenazi will go to Russia for
exchange concerts.
Haftel also reported he had neg-
otiated on an exchange of orches-
tra appearances and on an invita-
tion to the Bolshoi or Leningrad
ballets. He said he had been re-
ceived by Deputy Culture Minist-
er Ivan Svetkow, who welcomed
the contracts and who expressed
the hope that they might open a
new page in relations .between
Russia and Israel.
Officials of Goskoncert, a Soviet
organization handling musical af-
fairs, took part in the talks in
Moscow.

Leo Knight has been elected
president of the Detroit -Photog-
graphers Asso-
ciation.
In profession-
al photography
for 12 years,
Knight has his
studios at 17590
Wyoming. He
was named
"Michigan Com-
mercial Photog-
rapher of the
Knight
Year" at the recent convention
of the Michigan Photographers As-
sociation.
Knight resides at 21820 Glen-
morra, Southfield.

MUSIC ! ENTERTAINMENT f

MISS FRANCES EINHORN

Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence L. Ein-
horn of Mendota Ave. announced
at a recent cocktail party the en-
gagement of their daughter
Frances Judith to Robert Lynn
Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wolf of Parklane Ave., Oak Park.
An April wedding is planned.

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WOOLF

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