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June 24, 1960 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-24

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MISS RONA BERK

Mr. and Mrs. Hymen J. Berk,
of 15359 Marlowe, announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, . Rona, to Leonard Krause,
son of Mrs. Florence Krause
and the late Mr. Albert Krause
at a recent family dinner party.
The bride-elect and her fiance
will receive degrees from
Wayne State University this
August. Miss Berk will get a
ES from the college of educa-
tion, and Mr. Krause will re-
ceive his master's degree in ed-
ucational psychology.
The couple is planning a De-
cember wedding.

Superstine Takes
Israel Position

Edward Superstine, chief
pharmacist at Metropolitan Hos-
pital and special instructor in
pharmacy at Wayne State Uni-
versity college of pharmacy, has
accepted an appointment as di-
rector of pharmacies of the
Rothschild-Hadassah University
Hospitals of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, Jerusalem, Israel.
Superstine will assume his re-
sponsibilities in the new post
on Sept. 1.
Friends and colleagues have
begun arrangements for a testi-
monial dinner to be held in his
honor on July 25.
A native Detroiter, Superstine
received his BS in pharmacy
from the Detroit Institute of
Technology in 1949, following
wartime service as a pharmacist
mate in the U.S. Navy.
He holds the master of sci-
ence degree from the Univer-
sity of Michigan, where he ma-
jored in hospital pharmacy.
Superstine is presently presi-
dent of the Alumni Association
of the College of Pharmacy of
Wayne State University, and is
a member of numerous profes-
sional organizations.

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Detroiter Reports Compound to Halt Epileptic Seizures

A research scientist from the
City of Hope, Duarte, Calif.,
national Medical Center under
Jewish auspices, has reported
that a "garden variety" com-
pound familiar to every chem-
ist has helped pre-vent induced
epileptic-like seizures in labo-
ratory animals.
Dr. Eugene Roberts, chair-
man of the department of bio-
chemistry at the City of Hope,
emphasized that the results of

these experiments are "ob-
viously preliminary in nature"
in a paper delivered at the '7th
National Medicinal Chemistry
Symposium of the American
Chemical Society in Kingston,
R.I.
Raised in Detroit, Dr. Rob-
erts is a graduate of Wayne
State University and received
his Ph.D. from the University
of Michigan. He was associated
with the Manhattan Project at
the University of Rochester
during the war, and with the
Youth Schedule Rally
Division of Cancer Research
for Southern Sit-Ins
at Washington University, St.
A youth rally to muster sup- Louis, before coming to the
port for southern lunch counter City of Hope.
sit-ins will be held at' 8 p.m.,
The compound, hydroxyla-
today, in the Central Methodist mine, produces an anti-convul-
Church, Woodward at Adams, sant effect while raising brain
under sponsorship of the Cen-
tral Youth Council of the
NAACP and the Detroit
Brotherhood Youth Council.
Harold Norris, local attorney
and chairman of the Detroit
branch, American Civil Liber-
ties Union, will be one of the
IN CREAM SAUCE, WINE
speakers. The rally will be con-
SAUCE OR COCKTAIL SAUCE
ducted by Carl Cony e r s, of
radio station WCHB, and will
READY TO SERVE
include entertainment by the
Modern Jazz Quintet.
There is no charge for admis-
sion to the r all y, although
patron tickets will be sold at $1

to raise funds for NAACP's
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legal assistance for southern
A vs,
G
students involved in the sit-ins.
ty 44:1s,4,

levels of another substance,
gamma - aminobutyric acid
(GABA), which acts as a sort
of chemical "traffic cop" in the
central nervous system. GABA
was first reported by Dr. ROb-
erts in brain and spinal cord
only in 1950.

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Collegiates of the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyers, will have
a full summer of lounge and
special activities, in addition to
regular adult programs. The
lounge meets from 8:30 to
10:30 p.m., Wednesdays, for a
program of dancing, games and
socializing.
Committees have been ap-
pointed to plan special. pro-
grams. Committee chairmen
are: house party, Bob Cobb;
beach party, Al Sasson; activi-
ties, Joe Wedner.

Subsequent findings triggered
a search for a way to raise
brain GABA levels in normal
animals. Feeding or injection
of GABA failed to do this, and
a large number of drugs were
tested by Dr. Roberts and his
associate, Dr. Claude F. Baxter.
Hydroxylamine is the first of
these to prove effective.
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Collegians Plan Full
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1 7 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 24, 1960

Rona Berl Engaged
to Leonard Krause

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