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June 30, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-30

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Cite Psychiatrist, Bruce L. Felbers
Schechters Take
Bermuda Honeymoon Dr. H. August, for to Live in Tucson
Service to Sinai

MRS. ROBERT SCHECHTER

Bluma Bremen and Robert
Vernon Schechter were married
Monday evening at Holiday Man- -
or. After a honeymoon in Ber-
muda the newlyweds will live in
Park Forest, Ill.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Bremen
of Birchcrest Ave. and the bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Schechter of Northlawn
Ave. Rabbi MorriS Adler offi-
ciated.
The former Miss Bremen wore
a gown of ivory silk orgaiilza
trimmed with re-embroidered lace
and seed pearls. An illusion veil
had Matching Bianchi design.
The bouquet was of phaelanopsis.
Beryl Bremen was her sister's
maid of honor and bridesmaids
were Mrs. Ronald Schechter, Mrs.
William Krasnick, Georgia Berg-
man, Maureen Silverman, and
Phyllis Plotkin.
Neal Schechter, the bride-
groom's brother, was best man.
Ronald Schechter,Howard Schech-
ter, Barry Bremen, Bruce Leit-
man, David Moscow and Harvey
Berman were ushers.

Parley of World Union
for Progressive Judaism
to Be Held in London

Lay and rabbinic leaders from
all parts of the globe will gather
July 6-12 for the 12th Interna-
tional Conference of the World
Union for ProgressiVe Judaism in
London.
The World Union represents
one of the largest Jewish syna-
gogue bodies in the world with a
membership of 1,500,000 in 23
countries. The largest affiliated
body is the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations consisting
of 620 Reform temples in the
United States, Canada and Latin
America with a membership of
1,000,000:

. . .
Vladimiritzer Picnic

Louis Rose has been chosen
chairman of the Vladimiritzer
Emergency Relief Organization
picnic to be held July 9 at
Stoepel Park, W. Outer Dr. at
Evergreen. Members and
friends are invited. For inform-
ation, call Rose, DI 1-2311.

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Dr. Harry August, prominent
psychiatrist, out-going chief of
the Psychiatric Service of Sinai
Hospital, was honored at a testi-
monial dinner sponsored by the
Psychiatric Division of the hos-
pital Wednesday evening at the .
David Whitney House of the
Wayne County Medical Society.
. This occa-
sion commem-
orated the
fruition of Au-
- gust's dream
* to establish a
comprehensive
psychiatric
service at Si-
nai which to-
day includes a
40 - bed in - pa-
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held many im-
t portant posi-
tions in the
psychiatric
August
and psycho-
analytic field. lie was president
of the Psychoanalytic Training
Center of Detroit, past-president
of the Michigan Society -of
Neurology and Psychiatry, chair-
man of the Michigan Mental
Health Commission, professor
of psychiatry at the Wayne
State University Medical School
and consultant to many social
and psychiatric agencies in the
community.
For his service to Sinai Hos-
pital and the community over
a period of 40 years, August
was presented with a plaque by
Dr. Sol C. Grossman in behalf
of the Psychiatric Division,
bearing the inscription: "For
distinguished leadership a n d
dedicated service."
Some of the prominent people
introduced by Dr. Nathan Segel,
chairman of the evening, in-
cluded . Abraham Srere, chair-
man of the Sinai Hospital
Board; Dr. Pauline Knapp of the
Merrill-Palmer School; Evange-
line Sheibley, Mental Health
Commissioner; Dr. David Leach,
president of the Psychoanalytic
Training Center of Detroit;
Dean Charles Brink, School of
Social Work, Wayne State Uni-
versity; Dr. John Dorsey, Wayne
State University; Dr. I. Jerome
Hauser and Dr. Julian Priver,
Sinai Hospital; and Dr. Norman
Rosenzweig, new director of the
Psychiatric Service at Sinai.

Tamarack Lodge Gives. Full
Rein to Horseback Riding

Five more miles of woodland
paths have been added to the
horseback riding trails of Tama-
rack Lodge, Greenfield Park,
N. Y., making a total of 25 miles
of winding roads.
Tamarack owner Dave Levinson
has a staff of -six horsemen under
the guidance of riding master
Paul Grow. Twelve horses and
two ponies are always available
for resort guests, and several
horses are on hand for first-time
riders.

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A honeymoon in Bermuda and
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