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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

AND ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICINE 



CLASS OF 1958 




COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 



1958 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Dedication _ 4 



Dean's Message 



Student Council 7 



Faculty 



Research Staff 11 



Other Departments 12 



Research Activities 13 



Graduates and Special Students „ 15 



Students not pictured 32 



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Yearbook Staff 



33 



Administrative Residents 2/58-1/59 34 



Secretarial Staff 



36 



Building Staff 



37 



Extracurricular Activities 



38 



History 



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600 WEST 168TH STREET. NEW YORK 32. N. Y. 



To the Class of '58: 

The Faculty of the School of Public Health Administrative Medicine 
extends congratulations and best wishes to this year's class. It is our hope 
that the academic year will always be remembered as one which provided 
for you a foundation of sufficient width and depth to sustain the years of 
professional growth and development ahead which are yours to achieve on 
your own initiative. 

You have seen many changes in the School and have learned of many in the 
community. These will not stop — they are necessary and inevitable. The 
challenge to each of you is to determine how you can best participate and 
what you can contribute in new experience, new knowledge and sound 
thinking without at the same time sacrificing what has already been well 
established. 

You are leaving the School at a time when there are serious shortages of 
key personnel — deficiencies which are highlighted by our expanding popu- 
lation with their needs for health services which must somehow be met. 
You are entering or returning to your professional fields at a time when 
research in better ways of supplying health services is expanding, be- 
coming more objective and based on more scientific methodology. 

The acquisition of new scientific knowledge toward the betterment of 
medical practice and the protection of health is proceeding along exciting 
lines. As health officers, hospital administrators and other health workers 
it is your privilege to encourage and make possible the application of such 
knowledge to the maximum number of people. Your future work will not 
be easy or monotonous — there is too much to be done — but we are 
confident in you. 



With best wishes from Columbia, 



Ray E. Trussell, M.D., M.P.H. 

Executive Officer 




Life to right: — seaied- 
Lovejoy, Smith. 



-Small, Harrington, Price, Lanclos, McBeth. Standing — 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Student Council of the School of Public Health and Administrative 
Medicine is elected annually by the students; as their official representatives, 
the Council is responsible to the student body. 

Council members represent the various academic disciplines in the school: 
five students are studying Public Health, three Hospital Administration, one 
Administrative Medicine, and one Biostatistics. 

Purpose of the Council is the promotion of understanding and cooperation 
among the students, faculty and administration, alumni of the school, and 
the student bodies of other divisions of the University. The Council has 
representation on the Columbia University Student Council through an 
appointed delegate. This assures cooperation in intra-University affairs. 

Members of the Council for the academic year 1957-58 are: — 

Robert R- Lovejoy, President 
Ann Harrington, Vice-President 
Max A. McBeth, Secretary 
Sam Oast, Treasurer 
Franz Hasselbacher 
Allen Garb 
Rudolph V. Lanclos 
Lawrence Small 
Arthur Price 
Lowell Smith 



FACULTY 



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Left to right: — seated — Muller, 
Shorney, Hussey, Mintz, Gelman, 
Berger. 

Standing — Spring, Jacobson, Clay, 
Severinghaus, Baumgarten, Elin- 
son, Williams, Saeger, Schweitzer, 
Goldwater, Shapiro. 

The Editors regret that other duties 
prevented many members of the 
faculty from appearing in this 
photograph. 






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PICTURED ABOVE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY FACULTY MEMBERS WHO HAVE 
GENEROUSLY GIVEN OF THEMSELVES DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR. IN ADDI- 
TION TO THOSE PICTURED ABOVE AND LISTED BELOW MANY OTHER SPECIAL 
LECTURERS AND MEMBERS OF OTHER FACULTIES OF THE UNIVERSITY HAVE 
PARTICIPATED IN THE PROGRAM OF THE SCHOOL. 



Odin W. Anderson, Ph.D., Adjunct As- 
sociate Professor of Administrative Med- 
icine. 

Michael "-Antell, M.D., M.P.H., Adjunct 
Assistant Professor of Public Health 
Practice 

Viola W. Bernard, M.D., Associate Clinical 
Professor of Psychiatry 

Margaret W. Barnard, M.D., Dr. P.H. As- 
soc. Professor of Public Health Pracfice 



Harold Baumgarten, Jr., M.S., Assistant 
Professor of Administrative Medicine 

Albert J. Beckmann, M.D., M.S., Assistant 
Professor of Public Health Practice 

Agnes P. Berger, Ph.D., Assistant Profes- 
sor of Biostatistics 

E. Dwight Barnett, M.D., Professor of Ad- 
ministrative Medicine (resigned Feb. 
'58) 



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E. M. Bluestone, M.D., Adjunct Assistant 
Professor of Administrative Medicine 

Harold W. Brown, Sc. D., M.D., Dr. P.H., 
L.L.D., Professor of Parasitology 

Virginia M Brown, M.N., M.S. Assistant 
in Administrative Medicine 

Wihiam A. Brumfield, Jr., M.D., M.P.H., 
Adjunct Associate Professor of Public 
Health Practice 

Arthur Bushel, D.D.S., M.P.H., Adjunct 
Associate Professor of Dental Public 
Health Practice 

E. Gurney Clark, M.D., M.P.H., Dr. P.H., 
Professor of Epidemiology 

Clement C. Clay, M_D., CM., Associate 
Professor of Administrative Medicine 

Emile de Armas, A. I. A. Lecturer 

Paul M. Densen, D.Sc. Lecturer 



William R. Donovan, M.D. Lecturer 

Jack Elinson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of 
Administrative Medicine 

John W. Fertig, Ph.D., Professor of Bio- 
statistics 

Leonard J. Goldwater, M.D., Med.Sc.D., 
M.S., Professor of Occupational Medi- 
cine 

Anna C. Gelman, M.P.H., Instructor in 
Epidemiology 

Louise Gerold, A.M., Administrative As- 
sistant 

Morris Greenberg, M.D., M.S., Adjunct 
Associate Professor of Epidemiology 

Ernest M. Gruenberg, M.D., M.P.H., Lec- 
turer 

Ruth B. Heiser, Ph.D., Research Associate 
in Administrative Medicine 



Emanuel Hayt, L.L.B., Lecturer 

Kathleen L. Hussey, Ph.D., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Parasitology 

Mabel S Ingalls, Ph.D., M.P.H., Adjunct 
Associate Professor of Public Health 
Practice 

Alvin R. Jacobson, Ph.D., Associate Pro- 
fessor of Sanitary Science 

George James, M.D., M.P.H., Adjunct As- 
sociate Professor of Public Health Prac- 
tice 

Morris Kleinfeld, M.D., Assistant Professor 
of Occupational Medicine 

Eleanor Lambertsen, A.M. Instructor in 
Nursing Education 

Beatrice Mintz, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant 
Professor of Occupational Medicine 

Matthew Radom, A.M., Lecturer 

George Rosen, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., Pro- 
fessor of Public Health Education 

Charles G. Roswell, L.L.B., C.P.A., Lec- 
turer 

George L. Saiger, M.D., M.P.H., Dr. P.H., 
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics 



Wallace S. Sayre, Ph.D. Professor of Pub- 
lic Administration 

Morton D. Schweitzer, Ph.D., Assistant 
Professor of Epidemiology 

William H. Sebrell, Jr., M.D., Professor of 
Public Health Nutrition 

Irving S. Shapiro, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant 
Professor of Public Health Education 

Howard B. Shookhoff, M.D., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Tropical Medicine 

Magda P. Shorney, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant 
Professor of Administrative Medicine 

Ralph P. Sikes, M.D., Lecturer 

Raymond P. Sloan, L.H.D., Lecturer 

William C. Spring, Jr., M.D., M.P.H., De- 
Lamar Professor of Public Health Prac- 
tice 

Irving R Tabershaw, M.D., Associate Pro- 
fessor of Occupational Medicine 

Mottram P. Torre, M.D., Associate in Psy- 
chiatry 

Ray E. Trussell, M.D., M.P.H., Delamar 
Professor of Administrative Medicine 



Roger W. Williams, Ph.D., Associate Pro- 
fessor of Medical Entomology 



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RESEARCH STAFF 




Left to right: — seated — Sachar, Williams, Brown. Standing- 
Krueger, Elinson, Lane, Glasser 



-Alksne, Maloney, Johnson, Mintz, 



THE RESEARCH UNIT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICINE IS LO- 
CATED AT 21 AUDUBON AVENUE AND 1 16] ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE. 



A study of prepayment health insurance 
coverage in New York State 

Charlotte Muller, Ph. D. 

Frank W. Van Dyke, M.S. (Class of 

1955) 

Joseph K. Lane, M.A. (Class of 1958) 

A study of selection of candidates for 
Master's Degree Program in Hospital 
Administration 

Ruth B. Heiser, Ph.D. 
Mottram Torre, M.D. 

Hospital-Physician Relations and Pre- 
payment Principles as They Affect the 
Quality of Medical Care 

Robert J. Ratajack, M.S. (Class of 
1956) 



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OTHER DEPARTMENTS LOCATED AT THE MAIN SCHOOL BUILDING 
AT 600 WEST 168th STREET ARE INVOLVED IN THE FOLLOWING 
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: 



Evaluation of Convalescent Care and 
Convalescent Homes in the New York 
Area 

Magda P. Shorney, M.D., M.P.H. (Class 

of 1954) 

Virginia M. Brown, M.N., M.S., (Class 

of 1955) 

June H. Spangler, R.N., M.S. (Class 

of 1957) 

A Study of the Quality of Medical Care 
Under Different Organizational Pat- 
terns. 

Milton C. Maloney, M.D., M.P.H. (Class 
of 1957) 

A Study of Patterns of Utilization of 
Medical Care Under Union-Manage- 
ment Negotiated Health Plans. 
Josephine J. Williams, Ph.D. 

Follow-up Study of the Riverside Hos- 
pital Program for Treatment of Pre- 
adult Drug Users. 

Harold Alksne, M.A. 

A Study of Medical Care in Puerto Rico 
Conducted for the Commonwealth 
Government. 

Ray E. Trussed, M.D., M.P.H. 
George Rosen, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H. 
Jack Elinson, Ph.D. 
Harold Baumgarten, Jr., M.S. 

Study of Medical Care Needs of a Large 
Union in New York City 
June Sachar, M.A. 

BIOSTATISTICS 

Applications of Multivariate Analysis 
to Medical Research Bioassay 

George L. Saiger, M.D., M.P.H., Dr. 
P.H. 

Applications of Follow-up Models to 
Chronic Disease Data 
Agnes P. Berger, Ph.D. 



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REPRESENTATIVE RESEARCH ACTIVITIES 



Application of Sequential Analysis to 
Medical Research 

John W. Fertig, Ph.D. 

Agnes P. Berger, Ph.D. 

Design of Experiments in Dental Re- 
search 

John W. Fertig, Ph.D. 

Neal W. Chilton, D.D.S. M.P.H. 

EPIDEMIOLOGY 

Hypertension Among the Relatives of 
Patients with Hypertension. Variabil- 
ity in Blood Pressure; Repeat Survey 
After Five Years 

E. Gurney Clark, M.D., M.P.H., Dr. 

P.H. 

William D. Harris, M.D., M.P.H., 

(Class of 1957) 

Field Study of Deaths from Coronary 
Artery Disease in New York City 

Frances R. Gearing, M.D., M.P.H. 

(Class of 1957) 

Morton D. Schweitzer, Ph.D. 

NUTRITION 

Cooperative Study with St. Luke's Hos- 
pital on Effect of Various Substances 
in reducing Blood Cholesterol. 

William H. Sebrell, Jr., M.D. 
Theodore B. Van Itallie, M.D. 

Study of Effect of Adenosine-6-mono- 
phosohate on Blood Cholesterol. 
William H. Sebrell, Jr., M.D. 

Charles G. Specknall, M.D. 
David M. Tennent, M.D. 

Study of Treatment of Nutritionally 
Conditioned Anemias 

Elmer Sevringhaus, M.D. 
Robert S. Goodhart, M.D. 

Field Survey of Nutrition in Haiti 

Elmer Sevringhaus, M.D. 
Samuel Smith, M.D. 



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OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE 

Study of Work Performance of Epilep- 
tics. 

Leonard J. Goldwater, M.D., Med. Sc. 

D., M.S. 

MelvinM. Udel, M.D. 

Study of Occupational Potentialities of 
Patients with Congestive Heart Failure. 
Lewis H. Bornstein, M.D. 

Analysis of Fifteen Years of Experience 
in Selective Placement of Cardiacs. 

Lewis H. Bornstein, M.D. 
Beatrice Mintz, M.D. 

Study of Cystine Metabolism in Rela- 
tion to Occupational Poisoning 

Leonard J. Goldwater, M.D. 

Morris Kleinfeld, M.D. 

PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE 

Three Year Study of School Health 
Services in New York City 

William C. Spring, Jr., M.D., M.P.H. 

SANITARY SCIENCE 

Comprehensive Study of Air Pollution 
Surveys Conducted in New York — 
New Jersey Metropolitan Area 
Study of Air Pollution Problems of 
NIH Clinical Center U.S.P.H.S. 
Alvin R. Jacobson, Ph.D. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Study of Integration of Medical Edu- 
cation, the Medical School and Teach- 
ing Hospital into Medical Care and 
Public Health in Underdeveloped 
Countries. 

Harold W. Brown, Sc.D., M.D., Dr. 

P.H., L.L.D. 

The Biologv of Pinworms 

Harold W Brown, Sc.D., M.D., Dr. 

P.H., L.L.D. 

Kathleen L. Hussey, PhD. 

Bionomics of Culicoides 
Roger W. Williams, Ph.D. 

The Control of Trematodes Through 
Use of Their Bacterial and Protozoan 
Parasites 

Kathleen L. Hussey, Ph.D. 
W. W. Cort 



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GRADUATES AND SPECIAL STUDENTS 




Left to right — Currier, Corboy, Chappell 



CURRIER, Lloyd R.. 6 Hillside Avenue, Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. Candidate for M.S. 
in Hospital Administration. L958. A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1954. Administra- 
tive Residency, Perth Amboy General Hospital, Perth Amboy, N. J., 1957-58. Formerly 
Hospital Corpsman, U. S. Navy. 

CORBOY, Catherine Ann, 2555 Pratt St., Omaha, Nebraska. Candidate for M.S. in 
Maternity Nursing. B.S.N. 1954, Creighton University. Formerly — Instructor Ma- 
ternity Nursing and Nursing Supervisor. Future Field — Nursing Education. 

CHAPPELL, John H., 1043 41st Street, Sacramento, California. Candidate for M.S. 
in Hospital Administration, 1958. A.B., University of California, 1954. Administra- 
tive Residency, Herrick Memorial Hospital, Berkeley, California., 1957-58. Formerly 
Hosptal Corps Officer, U. S. Air Force. 



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Left to right — Bostin, Greenfield, Adamec, Freiwirth, 
Langevin, Markowitz 



BOSTIN, Marvin Jay, 27 Braemore Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration (1958). Editor, "Residential Review" 1957-58. 
B.S. University of Toronto, Faculty of Pharmacy, 1955. Administrative Residency, Long 
Island Jewish Hospital, New Hyde Park, N. Y. 1957-58. Formerly Pharmacist, New 
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada. Position coming year: Administrative As- 
sistant, The Long Island Jewish Hospital, New Hyde Park, New York. 

GREENFIELD, Richard S., 65-20 Booth Street, Rego Park 74, New York. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. B.A. Columbia College, 1954. Administra- 
tive Residency, St. Lukes Hospital, Newburgh, New York 1957-58. 

ADAMEC, Kenneth F., 3015 Roberts Avenue, New York 61, New York. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration (1958). A.B., Bucknell University, 1954; Graduate, 
Brooke Army Medical Center, 1955. Administrative Residency, St. Barnabas Hospital, 
New York 1957-58. Formerly Commander, 100 Bed Army Hospital. Position coming 
year; Administrative Assistant, St. Barnabas Hospital, New York City. 

FREIWIRTH, Martin, 148-01 Willets Point Boulevard, Whitestone, N. Y. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration 1958. B.S. in Education, State University of New 
York at Cortland, 1954 Administrative Residency, Montefiore Hospital, Bronx, New 
York 1957-58. 



LANGEVIN, Henry J. Jr., 349 Lincoln Street, Marlboro, Massachusetts. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. R.N., McLean Hospital, Boston, Mass. 
B.S., Boston University (Nursing) 1956. Administrative Residency, Lebanon Hospital, 
Bronx, New York, 1957-58. Formerly Supervisor of Nurses, McLean Hospital, Waverly, 
Mass. Position coming year: Administrative Assistant, McLean Hospital, Waverly, Mass. 

MARKOWITZ, Robert, 83-60 Vietor Avenue, Elmhurst, L. I., New York. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. A.B., Columbia College, 1956. Adminis- 
trative Residency, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York 1957-58. Formerly Relief Ad- 
ministrator, Memorial Center for Cancer and Allied Diseases, New York; S. S. Goldwater 
Fellow in Hospital Administration, the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. Position 
coming year — Administrative Assistant, Mount Sinai Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. 



WALLACE, Robert Eugene, 35-37 12th St., Long Island City, N. Y. Candidate for 
MPH. B.S. New York University School of Education 1950. Formerly — Health Ed- 
ucator and School Health Consultant. Position coming year — Health Educator, Queens- 
boro Tuberculosis and Health Association, Jamaica 32, New York 

SWEATLAND, Marion Esther, 536 Center Avenue, Mamaroneck, N. Y. Candidate 
for M.S. in Maternity Nursing and Certificate in Midwifery. R.N., New Rochelle 
Training School for Nurses, 1951; B.S. in P.H. Nursing, Syracuse University, 1957. 
Formerly Hospital Staff Nurse and Public Health Nurse. Future Field — Maternal & 
Child Health Consultant with Public Health Agencies. 

NISSEN, Constance E., 330 N. Garfield St., Lombard, 111. Candidate for M.S. in 
Maternity Nursing. R.N. Evanston Hospital School of Nursing; B.S. Northwestern 
University, 1948; M.A. McCormick Theological Seminary, 1950. Formerly Instructor 
in Obstetric Nursing. Future field — Instructor or Consultant in Maternal and Child 
Health. 

BEN ABE, Jose M., 158 Esperanza Street, Luquillo, Puerto Rico. Candidate for M.S. 
in Hospital Administration (1958). B.A., Polytechnic Institute of Puerto Rico, 1956. 
Administrative Residency, Bayamon District Hospital, Puerto Rco, 1957-58. Formerly 
Medical Service Corps, U. S. Army. 




Left to right — Wallace, Sweatland, Nissen, Benabe 



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Left to right — Smith, Lovejoy, Honkanen, Peltzie, Sloane, Sweet 



SMITH, Lowell W., 1248 Roycott Way, San Jose 25, California. Candidate for M.S. in 
Hospital Administration 1958. Member of Student Council. B.S., Pharmacy, Uni- 
versity of California, 1953. Administrative Residency, Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle, 
Washington, 1957-58. Formerly Medical Service Corps, U. S. Air Force, and Pharma- 
cist. Position coming year — Research Staff, Columbia School of P.H. and A.M. 

LOVEJOY, Robert R., 232 Main Street, West Chelmsford, Mass. Candidate for M.S. 
in Hospital Administration, 1958. Vice-President, Student Council, 1st and 2nd Quarters. 
President, Student Council, 3rd and 4th Quarters, B.A. in Business Administration, Colo- 
rado College, 1955. Administrative Residency, Lawrence General Hospital, Lawrence, 
Mass. 1957-58. Formerly School Teacher. Position coming year, Assistant Director, 
Lawrence General Hospital. 

HONKANEN, Clarence D., R.R. No. 1, Box 163, Hibbing, Minnesota. Candidate for 
M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. B.I.E., University of Minnesota, 1956. Ad- 
ministrative Residency, Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan 1957-58. 

PELTZIE, Kenneth, 35 West 69th Street, Kansas City, Mo. Candidate for M.S. in 
Hospital Administration, 1958 A.B., Washington University, St. Louis, 1955. Adminis- 
trative Residency, Sinai Hospital of Detroit, 1957-58. 

SLOANE, Robert M., 18 Surrey Road, Newton 58, Mass. Candidate for M.S. in 
Hospital Administration, 1958. A.B., Brown University, 1954. Administrative Resi- 
dency, Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, Mass. 1957-58. Formerly Gunnery Officer, 
U. S. Navy. Position coming year — Research Staff, Columbia School of P.H. and A.M. 

SWEET, J. Edward Jr., 6 Sylvan Road, Beverly, Mass. Candidate for M.S. in Hospital 
Administration, 1958. B.S. College of Holy Cross, 1953. Administrative Residency, 
Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, New York 1957-58. Formerly U. S. Army. 
Position coming year — Research Staff, Columbia School of P.H. and A.M. 



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FUERST, Harold T., 45 Kew Gardens Road, Kew Gardens 15, N. Y. Candidate for 
M.P.H., A.B., Cornell, 1929; M.D. Jefferson Medical College 1933 Internship, Phila- 
delphia General Hospital and Willard Parker Hospital. Formerly Chief Division of 
Epidemiology & Diagnosis, Bureau of Preventable Disease, Department of Health, City 
of New York. Returning to former post. 

FAGAN, Esther G., Lexington, Va. Candidate for M.P.H. B.S., Teachers College, 
Columbia University, 1936; M.D., New York University Medical College, 1943. Form- 
erly private practice, Internal medicine and Director of Local Health Department in 
Virginia. Returning to former position. 

HARRINGTON, Ann, 114-11 198th St., St. Albans 12, N. Y. Candidate for M.P.H. 
Vice-President, Student Council. B.S., Queens College, 1950; M.S., Kansas State College, 
1953. Formerly Therapeutic Dietitian & Nutritionist. Position coming year — New 
York City Health Department. 

GRANT, Thomas W., 1631 Curry Drive, Lyndhurst 24, Ohio. Candidate for M.S. in 
Hospital Administration, 1958. A.B., Ohio University 1953. Administrative Residency 
Hackensack Hospital, Hackensack, N. J. 1957-58. Formerly Clinical Laboratory Officer, 
2795 U.S.A.F. Hospital, Robins AFB, Georgia. 




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Left to right — Fuerst, Fagan, Harrington, T. Grant 



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Left to right — Simon, Savitsky, Tyndall, Mazen, Mirabito 



SIMON, Bernard M., 166-20 24th Ave., Bayside, N. Y. Candidate for M.S. in Adminis- 
trative Medicine. B.S.S. City College of New York, 1949. At present — Administrator — 
Clinton Medical Group, Bronx, N. Y. Future field — Administration — Prepaid Medical 
Care. 

SAVITZKY, Joseph, 2014 81st St., Brooklyn 14, N. Y. Candidate for M.P.H. B.S., 
New York University, 1933. Formerly Chemist with New York City Department of 
Health. Returning to former post. 

TYNDALL, Rose M., 1587 Elgin Avenue, East Meadow, N. Y. Candidate for M.S. 
in Maternity Nursing and Certificate in Midwifery. R.N., Bellevue-New York University 
Schools of Nursing, 1947; B.S. in Education, Hunter College, 1956. Formerly — hospital 
staff and research nurse; public health nurse; Army Nurse Corps; and School Nurse- 
Teacher. Position coming year — Obstetric Nursing Instructor, School of Nursing. 

MAZEN, Ahmed Kamel, 4, Shagaret El Mandourah Sir., Roda, Cairo, Egypt, U.A.R. 
Candidate for M.S. in Hospital Administration 1958. M.B., Ch.B., Cairo University 
Faculty of Medicine, 1944. D.S. (Specialty Diploma, Surgery) 1946. D. U.S. (Specialty 
Diploma in Urological Surgery) 1955, same Faculty. Internship, Demedache Medical 
Center, Cairo. Residency in Surgery, Mohamed Ali General Hospital, Cairo. Ad- 
ministrative Residency, Montefiore Hospital, New York City. Formerly Specialist in 
General Surgery Government Hospitals, Egypt; Director and Surgeon, Sednawi Hospital, 
Cairo, Egypt. Position coming year: Hospital and Medical Administrator, Egypt. 

MIRABITO, John F., 50 Brookside Avenue, Apartment 4A, Somerville, N. J. Candi- 
date for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. B.A., St. John's University, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 1951. Administrative Residency, The Somerset Hospital, Somerville, N. J. 1957- 
58. Position coming year; Administrative Assistant, Columbus Hospital, Newark, N. J. 



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GREENBLUM, Joseph, 70 LaSalle St., Apartment 12-C, New York. Candidate for 
M.P.H. B.B.S., College of the City of New York. 

HAETTENSCHWILLER, Alphonse A., 53 Seneca Dr., Plattsburgh, N. Y. Candidate 
for M.P.H. , A.B., Syracuse University, 1950. Formerly Sanitarian, Clinton County 
Health Department. Future field — Environmental Health. 

BRAMWELL, Edith Moffat, 514 West 114th Street, N. Y. Candidate for M.P.H., M.D., 
1956, College of Physicians and Surgeons. Internship — Presbyterian Hospital, New 
York. Future field — Epidemiology. Position coming year — Traineeship in Epidemiol- 
ogy, School of Public Health and Administrative Medicine, Columbia University. 

SYMAN, Saul, c/o Ministry of Health, Jerusalem, Israel. Candidate for M.P.H., M.D., 
Berlin University, 1935. Intern and Resident — Municipal Hospital, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 
1935-40. Formerly in Public Health work in Israel. Position coming year — Deputy 
Director-General, Ministry of Health, Israel. 

CONS, Naham C, 100 Fairview Ave., Hempstead, N. Y. Candidate for M.P.H., B.S., 
Brooklyn College, 1935; D.D.S., New York University College of Dentistry, 1940. Form- 
erly, Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Air Force Dental Corps. 

STEIN, Lloyd R., 419 June Place, West Hempstead, New York. Candidate for M.P.H., 
B.S. in Physical Therapy, Columbia University 1951. Formerly Staff Physical Thera- 
pist — Neurological Institute, V.A., and with Nassau County Department of Health. 
Position coming year — Supervising Physical Therapist, Nassau County Department of 
Health, Garden City, New York. 



Left to right — Greenblum, Haettenschwiller, Bramwell, Syman, Cons, Stein 





Left to right — Dawson, Witlin, Schroeder, Hood, Wathne 



DAWSON, Rene, 38 Maagdenstr. Paramaribo, Surinam. Candidate for M.P.H. Assist. 
Pharmacist 1947, Physician 1956, School of Medicine, Paramaribo, Surinam. Health 
Officer, Department of Public Health, Paramaribo, Surinam. 

WITLIN Irving M. 51 West 174 Street New York 53 N. Y. Candidate for M.P.H. B.S. 
College of the City of New York, 1934 L.L.B., Brooklyn Law School, 1937; J.S.D., 
Brooklyn Law School, 1939. Present position — Senior Public Health Sanitarian, New 
York City Department of Health. 

SCHROEDER, Phyllis, 148 Grove Street, Torrington, Conn. Candidate for M.S. in 
Maternity Nursing. B.S., New York University, 1954. Formerly hospital staff and 
public health nursing. Position coming year — Public Health Nursing Supervisor, Water- 
bury Visiting -Nurses Association, Waterbury, Conn. 

HOOD, James L., 633 81st Street, Niagara Falls, New York. Candidate for M.S. in 
Hospital Administration, 1958. B.A., University of Buffalo, 1954. Administrative Resi- 
dency, Niagara Falls Hospital (N.Y.) 1957-58. 

WATHNE, Carl N., 27 Tabb Place, Staten Island 2, New York. Candidate for M.S. in 
Hospital Administration, 1958. B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1952. Administrative 
Residency, Barnert Memorial Hospital, Paterson, N. J. 1957-58. Formerly Administra- 
tive Extern, U. S. Public Health Service Hospital, Staten Island, New York. Commis- 
sioned as Assistant Sanitarian, U.S.P.H.S. Position coming year - Administrative Assistant 
Bayonne Hospital, Bayonne, N. J. 



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WEIMER, Robert E., May view, Pennsylvania. Candidate for Master of Science in 
Hospital Administration. 1958. M.D. Ohio State University, 1947. Board Certified in 
Psychiatry. Formerly private practice (Psychiatry), and Assistant Superintendent, 
State Mental Hospital. Position coming year — Superintendent, Hollidaysburg State 
Hospital, Pa. 

SCONZO, Joseph James. Carleton Avenue, Central Islip, New York. Candidate for 
M.S. in Administrative Medicine. B.A., University of Alabama, 1936, M.D., George- 
town University, 1939. Administrative Residency, Central Islp State Hospital (N.Y.) 
1957-58. Assistant Director, Central Islip State Hospital. 

OAST, Samuel P., 662 Lexington Avenue, New York City Candidate for M.P.H. 
Treasurer, Student Council. B.A., University of Virginia, 1944; M.D.. Medical College 
of Virginia, 1948. Certificate, American Board of Pediatrics 1955. Formerly private 
practice, and with New York City Health Department. Position coming year — Psy- 
chiatric residency. 

LANE, Joseph Keith, Box 283 Grand Prairie, Texas. Candidate for M.S. in Adminis- 
trative Medicine. B.A., Colorado University, 1945, M.A., Colorado University 1947. 
Formerly Assistant Administrator — St. Joseph's Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas, and Per- 
sonnel and Public Relations Director, St. Paul's Hospital, Dallas, Texas. 

BYERS, James M., Ponoka, Alberta, Canada. Candidate for M.S. in Administrative 
Medicine, 1958. M.D., University of Alberta, 1935. Administrative Residency, Pro- 
vincial Mental Hospital. Ponoka, Alberta, 1957-58. Assistant Medical Superintendent, 
Provincial Mental Hospital, Ponoka, Alberta. 



Lefttoright — Weimer, Sconzo, Oast, Lane, Byers 




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Left to right — El-Kashlan, Sternberg, Shaw, Brown, Small 



EL-KASHLAN, Khalil Mohamed, 627 W. 164th St., New York 32, N. Y. Apt 41B. 
Candidate for M. P. H. , M.D., Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria, Egypt, 1952; Diploma 
Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo, Egypt, 1955 Internship, Alexandria Univer- 
sity Hospital, Egypt. Formerly with Ministry of Social Affairs, Egypt, and with Faculty 
of Medicine, Alexandria University. Position coming year; Student (Candidate for 
Dr. P.H., School of Public Health & Administrative Medicine, Columbia University, 
New York.) 



STERNBERG, Shirley deB., 655 East 14th Street, New York 9, N. Y. 
B.A., Hunter College, 1939. 



Biostatistics. 



SHAW, Grace, 1 1 Patrick Terrace, Eden Gardens, Vineyard Town, Jamaica, B.W.I. 
Candidate for M.S. in Biostatistics. B.S., Columbia University, School of General Stud- 
ies, 1957. Formerly Government Service, Jamaica, B.W.I. Future Field: Statistics. 
Position coming Year — Medical Department, Jamaica Government Service. 

BROWN, Elwood, 93 Main Street, Walworth, N. Y. Candidate for M.S. in Biostatistics. 
A.B., Syracuse University, 1940. 

SMALL, Lawrence, 450 Herzl St., Brooklyn 12, N. Y. Candidate for M.S. in Bio- 
statistics. Member Student Council, Treasurer, Student Council (Fall 1957). B.S., 
College of the City of New York, 1956. Biostatician, New York State Department of 
Health, Albany. 



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McBETH, Max A., 531 West 122nd Street, New York 27, N. Y. Candidate for M.S. 
in Hospital Administration, 1958. Secretary, Student Council. B.S., University of 
Utah, 1951. M.S., New York University, 1952. Administrative Residency, The Long 
Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, New York 1957-58. Formerly Assistant Buyer, 
Arnold Constable Company, New York, and Petroleum Products Transportation Dis- 
patcher, National Oil Transport Company. 

SEDELMAIER, Anne I., 2767 Kensington West, Columbus 2, Ohio. Candidate for 
M.S. in Maternity Nursing and Certificate in Midwifery. B.S. in P.H. Nursing, University 
of Michigan, 1952. Formerly hospital staff nurse, Public Health Nursing, and Con- 
sultant in Maternal and Child Health. Position coming year — Maternal and Child Health 
Consultant, Ohio Department of Health, Columbus, Ohio. 

LAUTERSTEIN, Ronald Hal, 2078 Wallace Avenue, New York 62, NY. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958 A.B., New York University, 1955. Adminis- 
trative Residency, Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York 1957-58. Formerly self- 
employed, Hotel Industry. 




Left to right — McBeth, Sedelmaier, Lauterstein, M. Grant, Fuenmayor — Herrera 



GRANT, Marie Dolores, c/o Chronic Disease Program, Division of Special Health 
Services, U.S.P.H.S., Washington 25, D.C. Candidate for M.P.H. B.S., Seton Hall 
University, 1948, Formerly Nursing Consultant, Division of Hospital and Medical 
Facilities, U.S.P.H.S. Position coming year — Nursing Consultant, Chronic Disease 
Program, U.S.P.H.S., Washington, D.C. 

FUENMAYOR-HERRERA, Ramon Urbanizacion Pro-Patria, 2a Avenida 19, Caracas, 
Venezuela. Candidate for M.P.H. M.D., Central University, Caracas, Venezuela. Form- 
erly private practice. Cardiology, and Consultant Health Center of Punto Fijo, Falcon, 
Venezuela. Future field — Biostatistics. Position coming year — Adjunct to Director of 
Clinic, University Hospital, Caracas. 



Left to right — Huckee, Cuneo, Blumenthal, Svigir, Krueger 



HUCKEE, Dorothy M., 485 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn 38, N. Y. Candidate for M.S. 
in Biostatistics. B.A., St. Joseph's College for Women, 1949. Formerly — Biostatistian, 
Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Returning to former post. 

CUNEO, Joseph, 31-43 29th St., Astoria, N. Y. Special student — Biostatistics. B.A., 
Queens College, 1952. 

BLUMENTHAL, S., 100 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. Special Student in Biostatistics. 
B.S., College of the City of New York, 1955. 

SVIGIR, Martin, 2043 Washington Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Special Student in Bio- 
statistics. 

KRUEGER, Dean, 803 Trafalgar Road, Towson, Md. Candidate for M.S. in Bio- 
statistics. M.A., University of Chicago. 



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BAILEY, Vernon M., 5004 31st Ave., Woodside 77, New York. Candidate for M.P.H., 
B.S., Howard University 1937. Formerly Medical Bacteriologist and Public Health 
Laboratory consultant. Future field — Public Health Administration. Position coming 
year — Commissioned Officer, U.S.P.H.S. 

McTERNAN, Edmund J., 55 Willowdale Avenue, Port Washington, N. Y. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. Managing Editor, 1958 Yearbook. B.S. New 
England College, Henniker, N. H., 1956. Administrative Residency, Muhlenberg Hos- 
pital, Plainfield, N. J., 1957-58. Formerly Hospital Corpsman, U. S. Navy, and Hospital 
Admissions Officer. 
Position coming year — Administrative Assistant — Maiden Hospital, Maiden, Mass. 

DODELSON, Donald Jordan, 1920 Union St., Brooklyn 33, N. Y. Candidate for 
M.P.H. Editor of Yearbook. D.D.S., New York University College of Dentisty, 1953. 
Formerly private practice, pedodontics. Future field, Dental Public Health. 




Left to right- 



-standing — Bailey, McTernan, Dodelson 
seated — Wolinsky, Govel 



WOLINSKY, Eugene H., 2516 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Candidate for 
M.S. in Hospital Administration. B.S. in Business Administration, Columbia University, 
1956. Administrative Residency, U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Staten Island, 
New York, 1957-58. Formerly in Medical Records and Business Departments of 
Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and Roosevelt Hospital, New York. Formerly employed by 
Chase Manhattan Bank. 

GOVEL, Hem Chandra, 16-F, Jungpura Extension, New Delhi, India. Candidate for 
M.P.H., M.D., Glancy Medical College, Punjab University, India, 1948. Formerly Medi- 
cal Officer, Indian Armed Forces Medical Service. Other previous graduate study in 
Clinical Medicine and Public Health in U.S. for 4 years. Future field, Industrial Medi- 
cine. Position coming year — Ministry of Health, Office of the Director General of 
Health Services, New Delhi, India. 



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Left to right — Snyder, Hawkins, Hines 



SNYDER, Donald R., 46 Western Avenue, Westfield, Mass. Candidate for M.S. in 
Hospital Administration. Member Journal Club; Staff, Yearbook. B.S. Ed., Westfield 
State Teachers College (Massachusetts). Administrative Residency, Wesson Memorial 
Hospital, Springfield, Mass., 1957-58. Position coming year — Administrative Assistant, 
Wesson Memorial Hospital. 

HAWKINS, Edward R., 425 E. 79th St., New York City. Candidate for M.P.H. M.D., 
University of Virginia, 1943. Internship, U.S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va. and 
Beekman-Downtown Hospital, N.Y.C. Formerly — Industrial Medicine. Returning to 
former field. 

HINES, Joseph J., 92 Lexington Avenue, Oyster Bay, New York. Candidate for M.S. 
in Hospital Administration, 1958. Business Editor, 1958 Yearbook. B.S., St. John's 
University, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1942. Administrative Residency, The Community Hospital 
at Glen Cove (N. Y.), 1957-58. Formerly Chief Pharmacist, Huntington Hospital, 
Huntington, N. Y. 



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LANGE, Manfred E., 656 West 160th Street, New York 32, New York. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. B.S., New York University, 1951. Licensed 
Physical Therapist, New York. Formerly Chief Physical Therapist, Department of 
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, St. Barnabas Hospital, Bronx, New York. 

IWASA, Kiyoshi, 9 Haraikata-Machi Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo, Japan. Special Student in 
Hospital Administration. M.D., Tokyo University, 1945; M.P.H., Tokyo Medico-Dental 
University, 1957. Formerly Instructor in Hospital Administration, Institute for Hospital 
Administration, Government of Japan. Returning to former position. 

JOEL, William, 466 Main Street, Keyport, New Jersey. Candidate for Master of Science 
in Hospital Administration, 1958. A.B. in Business Administration, Rutgers University, 
1956. Administrative Residency, Middlesex General Hospital, New Brunswick, N. J., 
1957-58. Formerly Night Administrator, Middlesex General Hospital, New Brunswick, 
N. J. Position coming year: Assistant Director, Middlesex General Hospital, New 
Brunswick, New Jersey. 



Left to right — standing — Lange, Iwasa, Joel 

seated — Keller, K. Omran, Lanclos 




KELLER, Martin David, c/o Ohio Department of Health, Columbus. Candidate for 
M.P.H. A.B. Yeshiva University, 1944; M.S. New York University, 1946; M.D., 
Cornell University, 1952; Ph.D., New York University, 1953. Internship New York 
Hospital. Residencies — Bronx V. A. Hospital and Columbia Research Service. Form- 
erly with U.S.P.H.S., Ohio Department of Health, and Ohio State University School of 
Medicine. Position coming year — Chief, Bureau of Direct Services, Ohio Department 
of Health. 

OMRAN, Khairia Yousef 3, Mahmud Fahmi Pacha, El-Manyal, Cairo, Egypt. UA.R. 
Candidate for M.P.H. M.D., Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, 1957. Internship — 
Cairo University Hospital. Future Field — Public Health. 

LANCLOS, Rudolph U., Charlotte Amalia, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, U.S.A. Candi- 
date for M.P.H. Member of Student Council. Pre-Dental, Tufts College, 1923; D.M.D., 
Tufts University, 1927. Director, Bureau of Dental Health, Virgin Islands. Returning 
to former post. 



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Left to right — Levine, Thompson, Malone, Mechling, Medallis 



LEVINE, Harry H., 390 Marlborough Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. Candidate for M.P.H. B.A., 
Brooklyn College, 1940; M.D., Middlesex University, 1943. Formerly — private practice 
of Medicine; Medical Corps, U. S. Naval Reserve; Medical Director, Medical Group; 
and Associate Medical Director, Health Insurance Plans of Greater New York. 

THOMPSON, Robert H. Jr., 1320 East St., Georges Ave., Linden, N. J. Candidate for 
M.P.H. D.D.S., Howard University, 1948. Formerly private practice of dentistry. 
Future field — Dental Public Health. 

MALONE, Arthur, Old Stirling Road, Warren Township, Plainfield, N. J. Candidate 
for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. B.S. Seton Hall University, Newark, N. J., 
1954. M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1955. Administrative Residency, 
Veterans Administration Hospital, Bronx, N. Y., 1957-58. Formerly Supervisor of 
Nurses, Jersey City Medical Center. 

MECHLING, Louise, 65 Union Street, Uniontown, Pa. Candidate for M.S. in Nursing. 
B.S.N., Vanderbilt University, 1957. Formerly Nurse Corps, U. S. Navy. 

MEDALLIS, Leon, 34 Ross Street, Ashley, Pennsylvania. Candidate for M.S. in Hos- 
pital Administration, 1958. B.S., Seton Hall University, 1954. M.A., Teachers College, 
Columbia University, 1955, Administrative Residency, Jackson Memorial Hospital, 
Miami, Florida. Formerly Supervisor of Nurses, Jersey City Medical Center, N. J. 



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ROUBLEV, Alexander, 74-15 35 Avenue, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Candidate for 
M.P.H., M.D., Academy of Medicine, Odessa, Russia, 1921; Graduate of School of 
Tropical Medicine, Paris University, France, 1928. Formerly Public Health work in 
North Africa; Senior Physician in V.A. Hosptal in Massachusetts; and with New York 
City Department of Health. Future field — Public Health work in Puerto Rico or with 
World Health Organization. 

GARB, Allan E., 219 E. 19 St., New York 3, N. Y. Candidate for M.P.H. Member 
Student Council; B.A., Oberlin College, 1951; M.D., State University of Medicine, New 
York, N. Y., 1955. Internship, Lenox Hill Hospital, N. Y. Residency in Medicine, 
Greenwich Hospital, Conn. Formerly Clinic physician, Eilat, Israel. Future field — 
Internal Medicine & Preventive Medicine. Position coming year — Captain, Medical 
Corps, U. S. Air Force. 

SHORTAL, James P., 542 Woolley Avenue, Staten Island 14, N. Y. Candidate for 
M.P.H. B.S., St. Peter's College. 1943; M.D.. New York Medical College, 1947. Intern- 
ship Metropolitan Hospital, New York. Formerly medical consultant to Federal Civil 
Defense Program. Future field — Chronic Disease control. Position coming year — 
Special Health Service Consultant, U.S.P.H.S. 

McFADDEN, Grace M., 628 E. 20th St., New York, New York. Candidate for M.P.H., 
R.N., Memorial Hospital, Albany, N. Y. 1934; M.A., New York University, 1952. 
Formerly — Consultant Public Health Nurse, New York City Department of Health. 
Returning to former post. 

PRICE, Arthur W., 1 Calvert Avenue, Metuchen, N. J. Candidate for M.P.H. B.S., 
Rutgers University, 1945. Formerly Environmental Sanitation, New Jersey State Health 
Department. Position coming year — Principal Sanitarian, N. J. State Health Department. 



Left to right — Roublev, Garb, Shortal, McFadden, Price 




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LIST OF STUDENTS NOT PICTURED. 



HASSELBACHER, Frank, Connecticut State Hospital, Middletown, Conn. 
Candidate for M.S. in Hospital Administration, 1958. A.B., Union College, 
1942; M.D. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1946. Formerly Clinical 
Director, Connecticut State Hospital, Middletown, Connecticut. Returning 
to former position. Delegate for Psychiatric Adminisration group. 

LOSEE, Marshall, R. D. 1, Box 81, Chatham Center, New York. M. S., 
Biostatistics. B.S. Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa, B.S. 1941; M.A. Columbia 
University, 1947. Former position — Jr. Statistician N. Y. State Dept. of 
Health, Albany. Position coming year: Biostatistician, N. Y. State Dept. of 
Health, Albany, N. Y. 

MITCHELL, Helen deRamiis, 1318 Stebbens Avenue, New York 59. N. Y. 
Candidate for M.P.H. B.S., University of Chicago, 1941; M.S., University 
of Chicago, 1942; M.A, Columbia University, 1947; Ed.D., New York Uni- 
versity, 1953. Formerly instructor, New York Medical College. Present 
position — Public Health Educator, N. Y. C. Department of Health. Position 
coming year — Research and staff development, N. Y. C. Department of 
Health. 

SHUCKEROW, Joseph F., 625 West End Avenue, New York City. Candi- 
date for M.S. in Hospital Administration. B.A., University of Connecticut, 
1952. Administrative Residency, St. Luke's Hospital, New York, 1957-58. 
Formerly Medical Service Corps, U. S. Air Force. 

WILLIAMS, June A., Chicago Maternity Center, Chicago, 111. Candidate 
for M.S. in Maternity Nursing. B.S., Boston University, 1956. Formerly 
Staff Nurse, Chicago Maternity Center. Returning to former post. 



YEARBOOK STAFF 




Left to right: Seated — Dr. Gearing I Faculty Advisor), Dodelson, Mr. Baumgarten 
( Faculty Advisor) , Grant 

Standing — Witlin, Hines, Mirabito, Oast, Hood, McTernan 



D. DODELSON— Editor 

E. McTERNAN — Managing Editor 

J. HINES— Business Editor 

M. GRANT J. HOOD 

S. OAST J. MIRABITO 

C. WATHNE D. SNYDER 

I WITLIN 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 

FEBRUARY 1958 TO 



MARGARET L. BEEDE 

Administrative Resident 
Herrick Memorial Hospital 
2001 Dwight Way 
Berkeley 4, California 

JOHN A. BLAKE 
Administrative Resident 
Muhlenberg Hospital 
Park Avenue and Randolph Road 
Plainfield, New Jersey 

ELISEO BORRERO 

Administrative Resident 
Ponce District Hospital 
Ponce, Puerto Rico 

RAFAEL BRUNO-RIVERA 

Administrative Resident 
Veterans Administration Hospital 
800 Poly Place 
Brooklyn 9, New York 

SAUL CARB 

Administrative Resident 
Maimonides Hospital 
4802 19th Avenue 
Brooklyn 19, New York 

RICHARD FELDMAN 

Administrative Resident 
Sinai Hospital 
6767 West Outer Drive 
Detroit 35, Michigan 

DOROTHY M. GIOIELLI 

Administrative Resident 
Society of the New York Hospital 
525 East 68th Street 
New York 21, N. Y. 



HARRY D. GOTTSCHALL 

Administrative Resident 
Aultman Hospital 
625 Clarendon Avenue, S.W. 
Canton 10, Ohio 

E. GEOFFREY HIGH 

Administrative Resident 
Princeton Hospital 
253 Witherspoon Street 
Princeton, New Jersey 

URI KHASSIS, M.D. 

Administrative Resident 
The Mount Sinai Hospital 
1 East 100th Street 
New York 29, New York 

AURELIO LLADO-HERNANDEZ 

Administrative Resident 
Bayamon District Hospital 
Bayamon, Puerto Rico 

HERBERT M. LUKASHOK 
Administrative Resident 
Montefiore Hospital 
210th Street & Bainbridge Avenue 
New York 67, New York 

PASCUAL NAVARRO, M.D. 

Administrative Resident 
Morrisania City Hospital 
168th St. & Gerard Avenue 
New York 52, New York 

HOWARD N. NEWMAN 
Administrative Resident 
Roosevelt Hospital 
428 West 59th Street 
New York 19, New York 



RESIDENTS 




.NUARY 1959 




EKREM OKYAY, M.D. 


ROLAND H. SIMMONS 


Administrative Resident 


Administrative Resident 


Middlesex General Hospital 


Mt. Auburn Hospital 


180 Somerset Street 


330 Mt. Auburn Street 


New Brunswick, New Jersey 


Cambridge 38, Massachusetts 


SILVIO J. PASCAL 


JOSEPH B. SMOLENS 


Administrative Resident 


Administrative Resident 


U.S. Public Health Service Hospital 


Lebanon Hospital 


Bay Street and Vanderbilt Avenue 


1650 Grand Concourse 


Stapleton 4, S. I., N. Y. 


New York 57, New York 


GEORGE H. PETTI 


DAVID B. STARKWEATHER 


Administrative Resident 


Administrative Resident 


Montefiore Hospital 


Stanford University — 


210th Street & Bainbridge Avenue 


Palo Alto Hospital Center 


New York 67, New York 


Palo Alto, California 


MARCELINO RAMOS 


STANLEY C. STEVENS 


Administrative Resident 


Administrative Resident 


Aguadilla District Hospital 


Hospital of the Univ. of Pennsylvania 


Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 


3400 Spruce Street 


WALTER R. RENTSCHLER 


Philadelphia 4. Pennsylvania 


Administrative Resident 


JOHN D. TUBBS 


Stanford University — 


Administrative Resident 


Palo Alto Hospital Center 


Lawrence General Hospital 


Palo Alto, California 


1 Garden Street 


RAMON A. RIVERA-RIVERA 


Lawrence, Massachusetts 


Administrative Resident 


ANTONIO VEGA 


Veterans Administration Center — 


Administrative Resident 


San Patricio 


Ponce District Hospital 


Box 4424 


Ponce. Puerto Rico 


San Juan, Puerto Rico 


SISTER GERTRUDE VERONICA 


ROBERT K. SCHWARTZ 


Administrative Resident 


Administrative Resident 


St. Elizabeth Hospital 


Ellis Hospital 


204 South Broad Street 


1101 Nott Street 


Elizabeth 2, New Jersey 


Schenectady 8, New York 




RICHARDS. WARREN 


Administrative Resident 


Hunterdon 


Medical Center 


Flemington 


. New Jersey 







Equally a part of the "Columbia Family" with students and 
faculty are the members of the secretarial staff. A few members 
of this most helpful and. cheerful group are pictured below. The 
student body expreses its gratitude to each member of this staff for 
many favors received. 




Left to right: — Leitman, Joyner, Mott, Storkman, Freistadt, Campbell, Lieb Oetjen, 



SECRETARIAL STAFF 



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A final word of thanks goes to the members of the building staff. 
These employees of the City of New York have won the friend- 
ship and respect of faculty and students alike. Pictured below are 
two members of this staff with whom we have had particularly 
close contact. Our thanks is intended for all those not pictured, as 
well as for Mr. Cohen and Mr. Muellner. 




Left — Mr. Sam Cohen; Right — Mr. Otto Muellner 



BUILDING STAFF 



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EXTRACURRICULAR 




FIVE 

O'CLOCK 

RUSH 



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GAME 



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ACTIVITIES 




FLYING FIELD TRIP 



The pictures on the preceding pages show students and faculty 
in settings associated with "the pursuit of knowledge". If we were 
to convey an attitude that life at the School of Public Health and 
Administrative Medicine is all work, however, we would be doing 
a real disservice. Life at this school has presented many oppor- 
tunities for social contacts and informal associations. The pictures 
here have been chosen to give some idea of "the lighter side". 




HISTORY OF THE 

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

AND ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICINE 



The first academic year of what was to be the School of Public 
Health and Administrative Medicine was 1922-1923. It wasn't until 
May 2, 1931 that the trustees of Columbia University officially estab- 
lished the Institute of Public Health of the faculty of Medicine. 

The University's first concept of a school of public health dates 
from 1903, when tne faculty of medicine recommended that a Depart- 
ment of Hygiene, Sanitary Science and Preventive Medicine be formed as 
part of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. This did not come to 
pass. The recommendations of special university committees in 1909 
and again in 1915 that a School of Sanitary Science and Public Health 
be established separate from the medical school did not quickly mate- 
rialize either; a lack of funds was partly responsible. 

Meanwhile the faculty of medicine was not inactive in the field. 
In 1909 it sponsored a series of 25 public lectures on health matters on 
which were received with popularity. In 1911 P. & S. initiated its first 
regularly offered course in Public Health and Sanitation, which was 
taught by Dr. Walter Bensel to fourth year medical students. 

In 1918 funds necessary to establish the school were unexpectedly 
provided through a bequest in the will of Joseph R. DeLamar. 

Mr. DeLamar's gift to the University amounted to nearly five mil- 
lion dollars. His will stipulated that the funds were to be used for study 
and teaching in the prevention of disease and in the conservation of 
health by proper diet. Mr. DeLamar also wished the results of such 
study to be disseminated not only through scientific journals but also 
through popular magazines and lectures. 

Although the Institute of Public Health was founded in 1921, as an 
integral part of the Faculty of Medicine but as a separate entity from the 
medical school it was not until September 1922 that its first full-time 
faculty member, Dr. Haven Emerson, was appointed. His title was Pro- 
fessor of Public Health Administration. 



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In 1922-23, Dr. Emerson lectured at P. & S. on public health to 
fourth year medical students and gave elective courses in preventive 
medicine. He also taught preventable disease and public health adminis- 
tration to graduate nurses at Teachers College and delivered twenty-two 
public lectures on hygiene. At the end of the Institute's first year he 
suggested that hospital administration and industrial hygiene be added 
to the curriculum with the passage of time. 

In 1926, the name of the school was changed to the DeLamar Insti- 
tute of Public Health. Nineteen hundred twenty-seven saw the first 
graduate with the first degree. Master of Science, awarded by the faculty. 
The student was Marion McKinney. At this time, the school offered 
twelve courses comprising epidemiology, public health administration, 
public health engineering, and statistics. 

In 1936 the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center deeded the 
present site of the school to the city with the proviso that the City of 
New York erect and maintain a building providing adequate space for 
the needs of the school and a Department of Health Center. In August 
1939, the Institute moved from the medical school to its own quarters 
in the new building. 

On July 1, 1945, the Trustees gave the Institute a new name: 
School of Public Health, in recognition of the status it had achieved. 
During the same year Dr. Claude W. Munger organized the school's first 
formal course in hospital administration. Financial help for this major 
undertaking came from the Kellogg Foundation. 

In 1946 the Master of Public Health degree was added to the list 
of customary M.S. degrees in specialties given by the School. At the same 
time, the Doctor of Public Health degree was initiated for physicians 
doing advanced work. The Ph.D. degree in parasitology was approved 
starting in 1952. 

In March 1950 the Trustees, recognizing the need of extending edu- 
cation in the fields of administration in hospitals, prepayment medical 
care, industrial medicine and medical schools, approved the establish- 
ment of the Institute of Administrative Medicine. The Institute pros- 
pered, with the result that the school's name was changed in July 1955 
to the School of Public Health and Administrative Medicine. 



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The student body wishes to extend thanks to the following 
persons and organizations whose generosity have made 
this book possible — 

Mr. Raymond P. Sloan 
Mr. Raleigh Smith 

Associated Hospital Service 
of New York 

General Purpose Fund of the 

School of Public Health and 

Administrative Medicine 

Students, Faculty, Administrative 
Residents, and Alumni 



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