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July 16, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, July 16, 1971

Geriatric Care Institute Is Recruiting New Nurses

NEW YORK—Opportunities for
nursing careers will be offered at
the new Jewish Institute for Geria-
tric Care (JIGC) when it opens
this fall, it was announnced here
by Sidney ,Feinberg, executive di-
rector, and Charles Gross, presi-
dent.

The new director of nursing,
Mrs. Sonya Hirschberg, is actively
recruiting a nursing staff to sup-
plement a cadre of nurses who will
come to the JIGC from the Home
and Hospital of the Daughters of
Israel, the 55-year-old sponsor of
the institute. The home will close
when the new Institute opens.
The $25,000,000 JIGC, a 527-bed
facility located at New Hyde Park,
New York, is the nation's first
medical-geriatric-psychiatric com-
plex. It is expected to set new
approaches in care, research and
teaching in geriatrics.

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People

Make News.

JULIAN M. GREENBAU M,
manager of planning and proce-
dures in the engineering depart-
ment of Jervis B. Webb Co., has
been elected to a five-year term
on the board of trustees of De-
troit Institute of Technology. He
holds a BS degree in mechanical
engineering from Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and an
MBA degree from Harvard Grad-
uate School of Business Admin-
istration. Greenbaum is director
and past president of the MIT
Club of Detroit; Detroit vice
chairman of the MIT Educational
Council; and director and past
president of the Harvard Business
Club of Detroit.
* * *
DENNIS M. AARON has been
re-elected chairman of the Oakland
County Law Enforcement and
Criminal Justice Planning Council
at the County Building in Pontiac.
The council, composed of police
agencies, members of the judiciary
and representatives of law en-
forcement and corrections agen-
cies, reviews and secures federal
funds under the omnibus crime
bill. Aaron is a member of the
Oakland County Board of Com-
missioners, representing part of
Oak Park and Huntington Woods.
He is chairman of the county's
public protection and judiciary
committee.
* *

HUC-JIR to Dedicate
California School Nov. 5.

LOS ANGELES—Led by Dr. Al-
fred Gottschalk as the new presi-
dent, officials of the Hebrew
Union College—Jewish Institute of
Religion will meet in Los Angeles
Nov. - 5 to formally dedicate its
new California school adjacent to
the -University of Southern Cali-
fornia.
It will be held as a prelude to
the 51st biennial general assem-
bly of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations.

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Marsha Felberman and Samuel
J. Kapustin were married in a
recent ceremony in Woodhaven,
Queens, with the father of the
bridegroom officiating.
They • are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Moritz Felberman of
Yonkers, N.Y.; and Rabbi and
Mrs. Max Kapustin of Addison
Ave., Southfield.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Toronto.

New Technical School

BEERSHEBA—A new school to
train high-level technicians, bear-
ing the name of the late French
philanthropist Joseph Rabinowitz
recently was dedicated in Beer-
sheba. The JNF, with the coopera-
tion of the executor of the will, will
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Jewish Welfare Board armed
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Panama Canal Zone, it was joint-
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* * *

DR. MARTIN BARR, dean of
the college of pharmacy at Wayne I
State University, was presented
the Michigan State Pharmaceutical
Association's "Pharmacist of the
Year" award during ceremonies
conducted at the professional soci-
ety of pharmacists' 88th annual
meeting at Shanty Creek Lodge
and Schuss Mountain.
* * r.
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recently public relations director
for the Union of American Hebrew
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241 Americans on Aliya
Among Ship's Passengers

NEW YORK — A total of 241
Americans, comprising 56 families
and 14 individuals, departed for
Israel Monday on the T.S.S. Anna-
Maria.
The settlers include 47 profes-
sionals, 13 skilled and semi-skilled
workers and five businessmen.
One family has eight children.
More than 23,000 Americans
have settled in Israel in the four
years since June 1967 as compared
with 16,000 in the 19 years, 1948-
67. Last year's total alone reached
9,400; the forecast for 1971 is con-
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