Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine - Achilles Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1974
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Text from Pages 1 - 144 of the 1974 volume:
1974TO THE NEW DOCTORS OF POD1ATRIC MEDICINE
In the past four years our objectives have been to give you direction, point the wav for you. and fur nish you with what we feel is a currently complete chart. Assuming these have been fulfilled, we then have provided you with the basis for a rewarding professional career. Please note it was the word "basis that was used, because if you will be current with the latest scientific information, that long will you be a successful and competent podiatrist.
In the foreseeable future, and certainly before you are long in practice, the people, through their governments, will not only expect but will demand that vou demonstrate your professional competence regularly for relicensure. The current Social Security Act, through Medicare and Medicaid, was the beginning of the development of national standards for health care. The Professional Standards Review Organizations (P.S.R.O.) which are currently being developed certainly point in that direction. In the P.S.R.O, the peer approach is to be utilized in evaluation and review. The current Regional Medical Programs and the Comprehensive Health Planning Programs, soon to be replaced by what is now called the National Health Policy and Health Development Act of 1 74, also include provisions for minimum standards of health care delivery. The latter act. still to be enacted, may well spell out specific proficiency demonstration requirements for the health professional In any event, the future is clear; continuing education will plav a prominent role for you. Through continuing education in one of its many forms, vou will keep your chart up to date.
The great Sir William Osier once said
There are physicians who practice with their brains, and there are those who practice with their tongues
Use vour formal education, your continuing education, and your brain as vou serve mankind May each new dawn bring you good health, happiness, and fulfillment. God Speed.
2TO THE CLASS OF 1974
September. 1970 was only yesterday and the world of tomorrow has already arrived Four years of professional training have passed rapidly and you have earned the degree Doctor of Podiatric Medicine For some members of the class a residency program exists for others a private practice, singly of as an associate, is in the near future. For all of you this beginning of a new career and the acceptance of a grave responsibility to serve the public
The delivery of health care has changed drastically in the last four years and national health insurance will change that even more in the immediate future. You have the educational background to adapt to these changes. Use it wisely. Your contributions to health care delivery will help make the profession in the years ahead. Improve your background with quality continuing education programs and help the profession in vour area by delivering superior foot care.
The College will be available to assist you in any of these areas. Use its resources often and inform us of its deficiencies. The educational and professional aims of podiatric medic ine will set the priorities for the 1980's.
Congratulations on your individual achievements. We are proud to have vou as the practitioners of tomorrow!!
DR. THOMAS V MELILLO CO CHIEF OF SURGERY
DR GUIDO LaPORTA CO-CHIEF OF SURCER'i
LOUIS M NEWMAN D.P.M
CO-CHIEF PROF ESSOR - SURGERY
THEODORE A. ENGLE. D.P.M.
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SCIENCE
NORMAN J SKVERSKV. M.D.
MORRIS B. MOSS. D.P.M.
ASST CLINICAL PROFESSORFACULTY
Raymond R. DiPrimio, D.P.M Emil Bishara. Ph.D Sidney- H. Arden, M.D.
Jaye Satz, Ph.D.
Rose Ann Jakubowitch, Ni.Sc. Ara DerMarderosian, Ph D. Michael F.Sheff. Ph.D Howard 5. Pitkow, Ph.D Charles D. Puglia. Ph D.
Carl R Marbach, Ph.D.
James E. Rockett. D.P.M Ralph Minervino, D P M. David Lebovith. D.P.M. Anthony L Napoli D.P.M Mark Rabin. D.P.M LaurenceT Costanzo, D P M. George A Melt and, D.P M John T. Sharp. D.P.M.
Louis P. Zulli, D.P M M. H Samitz M.D.
Herman D Rudnick, M.D. George H Niedermayer, M.D. Roger B. Daniels. M.D.
Andrew Newman, M.D. Edward D. Viner. M.D.
Edwin Seave, J.D.
Donald M. Lyons D P.M Alan K. Whitney. D.P.M. Charles E Krausz. D.P.M.
A. L. Green. D.P.M.
A. J. Fabii, D.P.M.
Harold D. Schoenhaus. D.P.M. Joseph Bruno, P.T.
Gerald V. Feldman. D.P.M.
Ron Brittner. D.P.M.
Neil Kan nor D.P.M Carmen Martina. D.P.M John Orlando. D.P.M LeeOrowitz D.P.M Roger Davidheiser. Ph.D Marilyn Fenton, Ph.D Frank Conway. Ph D.
Lenny Jacobs, M.D Marvin Mordes, M.D Stanley Cohen. M.D Harry Glass, D.O.
We, thestaff of ACHILLES, would like to explain the reason for listing the above faculty.
Due to the increasing size of the faculty necessitating a great deal of space within the yearbook we found it imperative to delete pictures of those members who did not support our efforts.
8G. ELMER HARFORD
The 1973-74 school year marks the end of an era at PCPM and indeed for the profession of podiatry Dr C Elmer Harford is retiring from his full time position as Chairman of the Department of Anatomv and Professor. We are encouraged that Dr. Harford has consented to offer special guest lectures for future classes
Forty-two years of teaching is a living testimony to Dr Harford i- dedication His mere presence made us cognizant of our assets as well as our inadequacies thereby forcing us to strive toward our highest attainable ideals
At the eighth graduation of PCPM. our graduation. May 11th, Dr Harford was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters. Dr Harford is a life member of the American Podiatry Association chairman of the anato my division of the National Board of Podiatry Examiners a member of the APA Curricular Study Committee on Anatomy. the guiding spirit of the Stirling-Harford Honorary Anatomical Society. Past Persident of the Pennsylvania Podiatry Association s Bucks-Montgomery Division, a member of the New York Academy of Sciences a lecturer at national, state and regional conventions, and the author of many articles in podiatry journals.
910n1214CHARLES J. BRIGLIA, D.P.M.
Dr. Briglia was born in Philadelphia and received his education in the Philadelphia School System. graduating from South Philadelphia High School. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia in 1929
He entered Temple University School of Chiropody graduating with the G.Cp. Degree in 1937 At the time of his graduation, he won prizes in both clinical and didactic Chiropody. He received his D.S.C. Degree from Temple University in 1942 and his D.P.M Degree from the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine in 1970
Following graduation from Chiropody School in 1937 he was appointed as a clinician and in 1943 was appointed Instructor in Shoe Therapy. He continued his teaching assignment at Temple-University until the Chiropody Sc hool closed in 1900.
Dr. Briglia (oined the Faculty at Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine as an Instructor in Podiatry in 1965, and remained in this position until his death in March of this year
He was a member of the American Podiatry Association. Pennsylvania Podiatry Association, Bucks-Montgomery Podiatry Society and the Pi Epsilon Delta Fraternity. He made many contributions to scientific and professional journals
The death of Dr Charles J. Briglia on March 19, 1974 was a great loss to the profession and a most sorrowful event for the college He was an exacting taskmaster beneath which was found a warmth of personality that knew no bounds. His dedication to teaching and his profession was profound Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine is grateful for his years of devotion to the college and student body
To preserve achievements and experiences i» important, but more significant is the wise and profitable use of the priceless asset — time. The great Rousseau once said All that time is lost which might be better employed." Students often find the present painful as a time for learning respect for authority, for mastery of fundamental facts, for the development of high and noble ideals, and for the building of the traits of character and citizenship. How better can one spend their days as a student ?
Students often recall the past as too rapid in flight and the future as too slow in coming' Mon-effort should be spent in using the brief present to the end that the future may be rich and full and rewarding.
Best wishes to the classes that will follow our class in graduating from PC PM. Make the most of your time while you are a student.
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David Cohen Lee Sherman Cohen Stephen Concino Jane Lllen DiGiovanni Anthony Michael Jurca Barton Irwin Kessler
Neal Kramer Edwin B. Martin. Jr. Michael Bennett Newman Raymond A. Rivell, Jr Frank John Santopietro Joseph Michael Union
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ALAN L. MESHON
DELAWARE VALLEY HOSPITAL (BRISTOL. PA.)
KOPEL M. ROTHBERG
EASTERN STATE HOSPITAL (WILLIAMSBURG, VA.)
RONALD F. SANDERS
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JOHN F KENNEDY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (STRATFORD. N J )
MALCOLM F. KRAMER
KERN HOSPITAL (WARREN, MIC H.)
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WALTER P KNIGHT
MARYLAND PODIATRY RESIDENCE PROGRAM (OWINGS MILLS, MD.)
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34ANTHONY M. JURCA
35BARTON I. KESSLERROBERT N. KISH
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3940NELSON C. LEE
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45WILLIAM J. MARTIN
•J6PATRICIA A. MATURA
•17ANTHONY T. MERCURI JR.
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52DAVID C. NOVICKI
53DEE S. OWEN
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59KOPEL M. ROTHBERG61BARRETT E. SACHS
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66RONALD F. 5EFTEL
67STANLEY M. SHAPIRO
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70RONALD J. WIECZOREK
71AWARDS PRESENTATION73Frank Anderson
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Jeffrey CohenJames Dancho
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Victor Zelkovitr1974 ACHILLES WOULD LIKE
MR. JOHN DENNEY
We. the yearbook staff, would like to thank John Denney for the help that he has given us in making this yearbook possible. This is truly a fine individual and a friend to every PCPM student.
Very seldom does one come across a person who is always willing to help another person, but he is such a person. Mr Denney never says no", and puts in many long hours at work after quitting time for most people.
Whenever we needed pictures, Mr Denney was always there to take them He has made several trips into the school on weekends and at night to help us get this book together. For this, we are very grateful.
The school administration should consider itself lucky to have a man of this caliber and dedication. This type individual comes along rarely in life and is sometimes taken advantageof as a result of their willingness to help others. If this school were to ever lose john Denney, it would have lost a fine individual.
We could never repay John Denney for the help and time he has given us This page of appreciation is our small way of saying thanks for everything and best wishes to a truly remarkable person.
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129CONGRATULATIONS DR. JANE E. DiGIOVANNI LOVE MR. MRS. LEONARD DiGIOVANNI BEST WISHES TO DR. STEPHEN CONCINO AND ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1974 DR. MRS. FRANK J. CONCINO
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DR. EDWIN B. MARTIN, JR.
AND THE CLASS OF 1974 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CURTIS CLARK
SPRING DANCE 1974
Chairman Ed Marlin and wife Mary Esther
Bucky" checks Val's movements while Guido checks some movements occurring on the dance floor
Tom and Judith Ann represent Mafia IncorporatedThe Three Stooges
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Some |ust sat and dtank and posed The Newman clan was fully represented as for pictures. Mike finally made it.
Even the politician were present
The third year trie to dance
The pace begins to pick up
Dick Lewis performs the Colorado foot stomp
Jon gives Kel a boot
Farewell to FCPM
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