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THE JEWISH NE

THIS ISSUE 60(P

SERVING DETROIT'S JEWISH COMMUNITY

SEPTEMBER 30, 1988 / 19 TISHREI 5749

Sinai Plans To Move
Dr. Pearsall's Clinic

ELIZABETH KAPLAN

Staff Writer

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Sinai Hospital's Problems of Dai-
ly Living Clinic in West Bloomfield,
which provides such services as mar-
riage counseling and sex therapy, will
close in November and reopen at an
unscheduled date within the hospital
complex in Detroit, Sinai President
Irving Shapiro said Wednesday.
Shapiro said he would not give
details about the new clinic's opera-
tion because it is still in the planning
stages. He said, however, that it will
be "resized."
Dr. F. Paul Pearsall, who since
1971 has headed the PDLC clinic, re-
jected an offer to continue as chief of
the facility after its move from West
Bloomfield. Pearsall, author of
numerous books, said he will concen-
trate on writing.
He said he did not receive enough
information about the proposed move
and that he saw little sense in the
decision to relocate.
"Why spend 10 years training

Frieda Stollman's
Efforts Memorialized

HEIDI PRESS

News Editor

Part investment, part charity,
part statement of solidarity,
Israel Bonds are
unique among
financial instruments

therapists, fire them, then rehire
more?" he said.
Pearsall said Sinai officials told
him they would fire all but one of the
PDLC's 15 therapists.
While the PDLC was not lucrative
— Sinai officials estimate it lost bet-
ween $200,000 and $250,000 each
year — Shapiro stressed that the deci-
sion to close the West Bloomfield
clinic was not solely for financial
reasons.
"It was very simply a matter of
being more productive, controlling
costs and examining every program
as part of our plan of restructuring,"
he said.
Pearsall said the facility, a divi-
sion of Sinai's department of
psychiatry, was closed because of poor
financial management on the part of
Sinai officials.
In the past six months, for exam-
ple, Sinai officials have not had a bill-
ing clerk for the facility.
"Our number one patient com-
plaint was billing," he said.
Continued on Page 20

Her devotions to Jewish education
were legion, not only on the local
scene as a founder of Akiva Hebrew
Day School but on an international
scale as well, as she joined her hus-
band, Max, and brother-in-law,
Phillip, as a founder and supporter of
Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan,
Israel. Upon her death on Sept. 22 at
age 76, Frieda Stollman left a legacy
from which Jewish children and col-
lege students will benefit for
generations.
In recognition of her dedication to
Jewish education Bar-Ilan Universi-
ty awarded her one of its top citations,
an honorary doctorate. She continued
her leadership in efforts on behalf of
the university when she was named
to its global board of trustees. Until
illness prevented her from attending
earlier this month, Mrs. Stollman was
present at every local fund-raising
dinner for the university.
Lawrence Jackier, co-chairman of
the Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan
University, recalled the influence she

had on the university and on those
who worked on its behalf. "She was
the grand lady of Bar-Ilan. It so infus-
ed her life and she infused the univer-
sity with her presence. Her legacy is
that her example of commitment is
emulated by those who came after
her. Her commitment got people
similarly committed." Mrs.
Stollman also earned national ac-
claim for her advocacy of the day
school movement. Sam Platt, one of
the founders of Akiva, recalled that
Mrs. Stollman helped make the school
a reality through her personal con-
tributions and fund-raising efforts.
Yet her communal activities were
not limited to Jewish education. In
Detroit's Jewish Welfare Federation,
she was the first woman to be elected
a vice president. Dr. Conrad Giles,
Federation president, described what
her influence meant to that organiza-
tion and to the rest of the community
as well.
"Frieda was a tireless worker on
behalf of all segments of the federated
community. Her own dedication to the
Orthodox movement significantly in-
Continued on Page 20

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