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June 18, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-18

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Judith Stamell Bride
of Sheldon Grosberg

Ahavas Achim, Adas Shalom
Announce Open House Hours

Annual confirmation services of Congregation Ahavas Achim will
take place June 20. At home receptions will be held that afternoon
for the following Ahavas Achim confirmands:
BARBARA GURWIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gurwin, 19752
Littlefield, 3-6 p.m. No cards.
FAY ANN ISAACS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben H. Isaacs, 17516
Muirland, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
FRANCINE JEWEL TAUB, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Taub,
20161 McIntyre, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
*
Annual confirmation services of Adas Shalom Synagogue will take
place on June 13. At home reception will be held, as listed, for the
following Adas Shalom confirmand:
SHARON ELLEN MOSS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Moss, 18004
Wildemere, 7 p.m. June 20.

MRS. SHELDON GROSBERG

Judith Lynn Stamell became the
bride of Sheldon Irwin Grosberg
in a recent candlelight ceremony in
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi
Richard Hertz officiated.
Parents of the couple are Dr.
and Mrs. Benjamin B. Stamell of
Wildemere Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
David Grosberg of San Carlos,
Calif.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza over taffeta, with an
open neckline, short sleeves and
fitted cummerbund of hand-
corded Alencon lace. The floor-
length, dome-shaped start and
chapel train were bordered in
garlands of matching lace. She
wore a mantilla of silk organza
and lace and carried white roses
and Stephanotis.
Barbara Grosberg, the bride-
groom's sister, and Donna Green
served as maids of honor.
Laurence Grosberg served his
brother as best man. Ushers were
Jared and Jonathan Stamell, the
bride's brothers; Irving Feldman,
Richard Sisler, and Allen Freed-
man.
The couple will live in Baltimore.

Council Approves
Pending Michigan
Educational Bill

The Jewish Community Council
expressed its opposition to Senate
Bill No. 108 in a statement read at
a hearing of the Michigan House of
Representatives education commit-
tee. .
It was read by G. Vernon Leo-
pold, a Detroit attorney who is a
member of the Council's commu-
nity relations committee and the
chairman of the legal committee of
the Michigan regional advisory
b o a r d of the Anti-Defamation
League.
The Council stated that the
language of this bill giving aid to
"s chool children in nonpublic
schools" provides aid to nonpublic
institutions in the guise of thus
aiding the child.
It went on to say that passage
of Senate Bill No. 108 would be
a) violative of the principle of
church - state separation, a n d b:
would weaken public education.

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MD Degrees Awarded to 10 in Area
at Wayne State University Exercises

Doctor of medicine degrees were
awarded to nine area men and one
woman at Wayne State University
commencement exercises last week
in Cabo Hall.
Four will intern at Sinai Hospital,
but others will be as far away as
Los Angeles and Maryland.
Carl B. Lauter, son of Mrs. Sadie
Lauter, 3012 Burlingame, is a 1958
graduate of Central High and holds
a BA degree from Wayne State. A
member of Alpha Omega Alpha
honorary medical society and Phi
Beta Kappa, he has received nine
scholarships during his years at
Wayne. He plans to intern at Henry
Ford Hospital, later specializing in
internal medicine.
Harvey L. Eichner, son of the
Theodore Eichners, 18953 Cherry-
lawn, belongs to Phi Beta Kappa
and has received several schol-
arships. A 1958 graduate of Mum-
ford High, he holds a BA from
Wayne State. He will intern at
Walter Reed Army H o s p i t a 1,
Maryland.
Lester N. Shaw, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell B. Shaw, 18637
Cherrylaw n, belongs to Alpha
Omega Alpha and received the
graduate professional scholarship.
A 1955 graduate of Cass Tech High,
he holds a BA from Wayne. He and
his wife live at 13313 S. Norfolk,
and Dr. Shaw will intern at Sinai.
Gordon S. Landsman, a 1956
graduate of Central, will intern at
the Air Force Hospital at Wright
Patterson Base, Ohio. Son of the
James Landsmans, 24360 Connecti-
cut, Southfield, he holds a BS de-
gree in pharmacy from the WSU
college of pharmacy and is a re-
cipient of the Bristol Pharmacy
Award. He and his wife Phyllis
have a daughter, Rhona, 2. They
live at 9185 Prevost.
Melvyn Rubenfire, son of Mr.
and- Mrs. Harry Rubenfire, 25186
W. Rue Versailles, Oak Park, is a
1957 graduate of Mumford and
holds a bachelor of science degree
from WSU. Recipient of the Avalon
Foundation Scholarship for his
work during senior year, he will
intern at Sinai and later specialize
in internal medicine. He, his wife
Diane and two children live at
24510 Rensselaer, Oak Park.
Sheldon S. Stoffer, son of the
Harry Leib Stoffers, 18114 Prest,
is an Alpha Zeta Omega scholas-
tic award winner and plans to
intern at Receiving Hospital,
later specializing in internal
medicine. A 1958 graduate of
Mumford, he and his wife live at
24150 Rensselaer, Oak Park.
Robert Goldberger, son of the

Hermann Goldbergers, 18111 Schae-
fer, is a 1957 graduate of Central
and holds a BA degree from Wayne
State. He will intern at the Los
Angeles County General Hospital.
Mrs. Jean S. Goldstein, daughter
of the Samuel Sinkoffs, 18517
Meyers, is a 1953 graduate of Cass
and holds a BA from Wayne. She
will intern at Sinai, later specializ-
ing in pediatrics.
Robert W. Mendelson, son of the
Isadore Mendelsons, 17198 Wooding-
ham, is a 1958 Mumford graduate
and attended the University of
Michigan. He, too, will intern at
Sinai.
Howard Molitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Molitz, 19163 Wiscon-
sin, attended Wayne and the Uni-
versity of Michigan before entering
medical school. A 1958 graduate of
Mumford, he plans to intern at
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, .Los
Angeles and will specialize in
optahalmology.
Earlier, special awards were
presented to several graduating
seniors in the area at special
convocation ceremonies at the
medical school.
Robert Hattner, 18421 Littlefield,
received the Anna Albert Keller
Memorial Award for outstanding
research, Lawrence Ruzumna, 59
Seward, the Arthur H. Smith
Award for distinguished perform-
ance in physiological chemistry;
and Harvey G. Lapides, 640 Dela-
ware, the Friedlaender Award in
microbiology.

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