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June 17, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-17

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MRS. NORMAN RITTMAN

In a candlelight ceremony
solemnized by Rabbi Hayim
Donin, at Bnai David Syna-
gogue, Rhoda BelinsIcy and Nor-
man Rittman were united in
marriage, May 30.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Belinsky,
of Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park,
and the bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Joe' I. Rittman and the
late Mr. Rittman, of Braile Ave.
A gown of white organdy ap-
pliqued with lace, and a match-
ing lace crown holding a triple-
tiered veil of illusion were worn
by the bride.
She was attended by Mrs.
Leon Belin, matron of honor,
and bridesmaids Mrs. Robert
Rittman and Jean Wegner.
Leon Belin was best man. Ush-
ers included Mel Collins, Ken-
neth Feldman and Harold
Cohen.
Out-of-town visitors were
Messrs. and Mesdames S. Mil-
ler, of New York, J. Belinsky,
and I. Bell, of St. Paul, Minn.,
and Mesdames M. Rosenbloom,
of - St. Paul, and H-. Chapel, of
Norfolk, Va.
Upon their return from their
honeymoon, the newlyweds will
reside at 21876 Laytte, Farm-
ington.

in two years when he returns
here July 7 for the wedding of
his younger brother, Marvin,
to Marilyn Franklin, at the
Holiday Manor.
Edward, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Eichelbaum, of
18465 Cherrylawn, was a bud-
ding artist when he left De-
troit in June of 1958 just after
his graduation from the School
of the Art Institute of Chicago.
He had just achieved recog-
nition on the
graduation
program with
faculty honor-
able mention,
and class hon-
orable m e n-
tion,, and he
was the re-
cipient •of a
$1,250 travel-
ing fellowship
abroad.
Now 28-years
Eichelbaum
old, Eichelbaum is returning
home as a painter with a grow-.
ing reputation, and has press
notices from many newspapers
abroad.
During his travels, he studied
and painted in England, France,
Hollan d, Germany, Italy,
Greece, Cyprus, Israel and
Yugoslavia, before returning to
Europe for classes- with Oskar
-Kokoschka, the noted Austrian
art teacher, in Salzburg.
After a trip to Spain, Eichel-
baum returned to Israel, of
which he had become quite

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the Latham Foundation in the
International Poster Contest.
The two young men also were
the recipients of a letter of
thanks from Mrs. Meyer E.
Charlip, then corresponding
secretary of the United Hebrew
Schools Auxiliary, for art work
they had done in connection
with cultural programs.
While Stuart went on to
Pratt Institute, met and mar-
ried a Brooklyn girl, Edward
worked here with Sarkis Sar-
kisian, of the Detroit School

ated from Pratt, receiving their
degrees in commercial art, and
after a European trip, both are
associated with a New York
advertising agency.
There are two other Eichel-
baum boys, Marvin, a Wayne
State graduate who now attends
the Detroit College of Law,
and _whose wedding will be
July 7, and Stanley, who will
enter Mumford High School
next fall.

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salem.
His -works caught the atten-
tion of Israeli art critics, who,
wrote that he "demonstrates
fine virtuosity." • Eichelbaum
wrote home that it was "an
honor just to be mentioned in
the same breath with some of
Israel's finest painters."
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brother, Stuart, he attended
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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 17, 1960

Norman R ittmans to Promising Young Painter Back from Two Years of Study Abroad
W. Eichelbaum will fond,- and set up studios, first at with Scholastic Art Awards of Arts and Crafts.
Live in Farmington be Edward
in Detroit for the first time Beersheba and later at Jeru- and certificates of merit from
Stuart and his wife gradu-

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