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October 23, 1992 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-23

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Celebrating 50 years of growth with the Detroit Jewish Community

HE JEWISH NE

26 TISHREI 5753/OCTOBER 23, 1992

CLOSE-UP

All Is Not Well
On The Home Front

Federation and Home for Aged leaders establish a "crisis
committee" to take on continuing problems.

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM/ASSISTANT EDITOR

aced with a state re-
port that for the sec-
ond time in less than
two months found
major problems at
Hall,
Borman
and
Federation
Home for Aged lead-
ers have established
a "crisis committee"
to address problems
at the Home and assess the needs
of Detroit's aging population.
A Michigan Department of
Public Health team this month
conducted a resurvey of Borman
Hall, following an August inspec-
tion that gave the Home four
Level A deficiencies. The most re-
cent survey found another Level
A deficiency, in the area of infec-
tion control, and removed a for-
mer Level A deficiency in dietary
services.
Glenn Kralapp, a licensing of-

Inside

ISRAEL

Making Room

s the election nears, Jews are faced with their
own questions about the
Presidential candidates. In this issue, The
Jewish News offers a checklist of issues, infor-
mation about candidate advisers, news on local
elections, the word from Israel, and opinion
from some of your neighbors.

Israeli universities
are finding work
for emigre scientists.

Page 68

PROFILE

On Both Sides

Jerry Springer switched
from Cincinnati politician
to national talk show host.

Decision '92

Page 105

Story on page 26

Contents on page 5

Borman Hall

ficer for the Michigan Department
of Public Health, said the survey
team found 18 cases (in one unit)
in which open wounds were not
being properly treated. Home of-
ficials knew the infections were
present and had established a
good procedure for handling the
problem, he said. "But there was

BORMAN HALL/page 22

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