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September 19, 1969 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-19

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40—Friday, September 19. 1969


'Linden s Present
Continued Care
'Unit at Sinai Gets Sculpture to WSU

Center Symphony Will Launch
30th Season Oct. 14; Chajes Conducts $144,600 Grant

The Center Symphony Orchestra,
under the direction of Julius

Chajes, will start its Tuesday eve-

ning concert series Oct. 14.

Paul Olefsky, cellist: Annette
Chajes, mezzo soprano: Harold
Orbach. tenor: and the Cantata
Academy. Arthur Stephan, • con-
ductor, will participate in the open-
ing concert celebrating the 30th
season of the orchestra and its
founder and conductor. Chajes.

Bronislaw Gimpel will
Brahms Violin Concerto Nov. 11.
and Mischa Kottler will be soloist
Dec. 9 in Chopin's E Minor Piano
Concerto. Mischa Mischakoff is
scheduled for March 3 in Mende;s-
sohn's Violin Concert, and Beth
Rhodes will play Saint-Saens Piano
Concerto No. 2 April 7. The final
concert will be held May 19. with
Jerome Rosen playing the Dvorak
Violin. Concerto.

The Sunday afternoon family
concert will feature Ruth Burcyck,
piainst, Gershwin's Rhapsody in
Blue, Jan. 11.

Theater Group to Do
'Summer and Smoke'

Center Theater of the Jewish
Center, has announced two of its
three major productions for the
coming season.

On Nov. 1, 2. 5. 6 and 8, the
group will present Tennessee Wil-
liams' "Summer and Smoke," di-
rected by Nick Calanni. Hal Young-
blood, executive producer at WJR
radio, will direct "You Can't Take
It With You" by Moss Hart and
George S. Kaufman, Feb. 14, 15,
18,'21 and 22.

The third play, as yet unan-
nounced will be presented in May.
For information, call the Center.
DI 1-4200, Ext. 240.

rut-.-:er to _1 la I - rt.
_11 r. I ,alcrence Bassin Shuttle Schedule
for Seniors Listed



Mr.vand Mrs. Sanford Kritier of
Scotia Rd., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Ronna Marilyn to Lawrence Victor
Bassin, son of Mrs. Rose Bassin of
Asbury Pk. and the late Mr. Charles

Kritzer and Mr. Bas-
- sin are 1969 graduates of Wayne
State University. Mr. Bassin is
pregently a graduate student at


A Dec. 13 wedding is planned.


The "continued care" concept.
has aroused' considerable recent
interest in the hospital field be-
cause of anticipated cost reduc-
tions and innovations in patient
care. It is still considered to be in
the experimental stage.

The 99-bed: Zivian Center will
open in late October. It is de-
signed for post-acute patients
who need only minimal nursing
care while rp:Ittiring medical ob-
servation or hospital services up
to several weeks.

Encouraged tow ard self-help
patients will be allowed to eat in a
central dining room and wear
street clothes. Individual nursing
care may be reduced by a third.
The Ziviari wing will contain
three units of' 33 beds apiece—five
private and 14 semi-private. It will
be completely carpeted and air
conditioned and contain recreation-
al and occupational therapy areas..
The $1,800 , 000 facility will in-
crease the number of beds at- Sinai
Hospital to 491.

The shuttle bus provides trans
portation from 'Blackstone Apart-
ments (11:35 a.m.), Northgate
Apartments (11:55), Votrobeck Dr.
(12:05 p.m.), and Borman Hall
(12:10 p.m.).

Appointments Named

The return bus for Blackstone
Apartments leaves the Center at
3:30 p.m. All other destinations
are serviced by the 4:15 p.m.

Sydney C. Peimer, administrator
of Sinai Hospital, has announced
the promotion of Alice Beecher.
Kenneth G. Peltzie and Norma G.
Silver to new 'administrative posts.

Although the Dexter daytime bus
is discontinued, the Wednesday
evening shuttle bus will continue
as usual.

Miss Beecher. director of diete-
tics, has been' appointed adminis-
trative assistant. Peltzie and Mrs.

The 61st wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winokur of
Kentucky Ave. was celebrated at a dinner party given by their children,
Mr. Marvin Winokur and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Stein. and grandchildren
Barry and Reuben Dov Stein. Contributions were made in their honor
to the Jewish National Fund, Yeshivath Beth Yehudah and Cong. Beth
Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah.

Jeffrey Gorosh. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gorosh of Kenwyck
Ave., Southfield, recently celebrated his Bar Mitzva in Israel The serv-
ices were held in the Hilton Hotel Synagogue, and he later received an
aliya at the Western Wall. Accompanying Jeffrey on his one-month
visit were his parents, grandfather, Mr. Julius Spielberg, and his broth-
ers. Alan. Neil, Ricky and Bruce. Relatives and friends in Israel gath-
ered at an open house which followed services at the home of cousin
Col. and Mrs. Yehudah Fried of Tel Aviv. Also attending the Bar
Mitzva were Susan Mickel. Paul Maniloff and David Block of Southfield.
and Rabbi and Mrs_ Paul Rosenfeld and daughter, former Detroiters of
Lancaster, Pa.

Mrs. Philip Saslove of Chapel Ct. and her sister Bella Bomsten of
Leningrad are together again after a separation of 42 years. The Sas-
loves will host Mrs. Bomsten in their home for a three-month visit.
Another sister, Mrs. Phillip Ross, lives on Eight Mile Rd., Southfield.
Prior to Rosh Hashana, four sisters and two brothers who live elsewhere
in the United States and Canada brought their families to visit here
with Mrs. Bomsten, whose husband, married daughter and grandchild
remain in Leningrad. Her brothers and sisters having left earlier for
the United States, Mrs Bomsten fled her native Poland at age 16 and-
found haven in Leningrad, where she has lived since. Both her parents
and a younger brother perished in Poland.


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Center programs for senior citi-
zens include friendship clubs, edu
cational classes,' cultural arts.
movies, and many others appeal-
ing to all interests.

For information, call the senior
adult office, DI 1-4200.

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Senior adult center members
may purchase their bus tickets in
the Center's senior adult office.
room 224. Tickets are sold for 10

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Shuttle bus service for senior
adults attending daily classes and
drop-in programs at the Jewish
Center will resume service, with
a revised schedule, this week.

- Both

A $144,600?. grant for a "cost-
effectiveness evaluation" of Sinai
Hospital's new Zivian Center for
Continued Care has been awarded
to the hospital by the W. K. Kellogg
Battle Creek. Sinai
Executive Vice President Dr. Julien
Priver announced Monday.
The two-year grant - will be used
to determine- the effectiveness of
'continued care" in relation to the
cost, in Sinai's new patient care

a scut P lure by
Sentinel No. 2
Morris Brose, will be unveiled in
h e
Ceremonies on the terrace of t
University Center Building at
Wayne State University noon,
University President William R.
Keast and Mrs. Keast will be join-
ed in unveiling the sculpture by
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Linden, 12837
Santa Clara, the donors of the art
Linden is a partner in the Ler-
ner-Linden Construction Co., which
built the University Center.
The sculpture, an abstract work
in bronze standing 62 inches high,'
will be located on a pedestal at the
southern end of the terrace.
Brose, 35 McLean, Highland
Park, currently teaches sculpture
at Oakland University. His work •
has been exhibited at leading mu-
scums in the United States and ,
abroad and is also included in

many private collections. He was
the recipient of the Founders So-
ciety Purchase Prize at the Detroit :
Institute of Arts in 1962.
Born in Poland, Brose came to '
the 'United States in 1931. He has
studied at the Society of Arts and
Crafts, Wayne State University
and Cranbrook Academy of Art -.
The Lindens have been active in '
social agencies, especially those
devoted to the welfare of the
A select group of area art pa-
trons and members of the univer-
sity community will attend the un-
veiling and the luncheon which fol-
lows brief remarks by Vera S. ;
Dunham, professor of Slavic and
Eastern languages, and President


Ashkelon, famous in the Bible
Philistines, was responsible for
giving the world the scallion]
Apparently French Crusader s
liked the Ashkelon variety of onion
and brought it back under the •
name escallion. It was a short stop
from there to the English scallion.


Miss Beecher . Mrs. Silver

Silver, former assistant adminis-
trators, have become associate ad-


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Director of dietetics since 1958,
Miss Beecher .received her educa-
tion at Indiana University and
served a dietetic internship at In-
diana University Medical Center.
Before comingn'to Sinai. she was
administrative. , dietitian and direc-
tor of dietics at Ball Memorial
Hospital in Muncie. Ind.

Peltzie has ..'served as assistant
administrator since 1966. He earn-
ed a BA from
Washington Uni-
versity and
MA in hospital
from Columbia
University. After
serving h i s ,ad-
ministrative resi_
dency at Sinai in
1957, he spent 7
years in the LT,'S.
Air Force.

Mrs. Silver came to Sinai in 1964
as ,assistant administrator. Her
education includes a BA degree in
biology from Hunter College and
MA degrees from the University of
Michigan and the U. of M. School
of Public Health.

Before coming to Sinai, she was
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Helfgott of Kensington Ct.. Southfield.
attended the recent Bar Mitzva of their grandson, David Yale Maggin. health planning consultant for the
Community Services; as-
at Cong. Beth El, Bethesda, Md. His parents are former Detroiters
Irving and Lue Maggin of Potomac, Md. Among the Michigan guests sistant administrator, Metropolitan-
were Mrs. Arthur A. Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Gale and children, Hospital and Clinics; associate
Mr. and Mrs. "Bill" Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ormos and datigh- ; administrator, Lakeside General
ter and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Levine. David observed his Bar Mitzva Hospital and Medical Center; and
with his cousin, Wayne Leigh Maggin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard administrator, (Abbey Convalescent
and Nursing PlOme,
"Bob" Maggin of Rockville, Md., also former Detroiters.


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