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June 16, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-16

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Miss Ronnie Rattner
Will Wed August 20

People Make News

The members and executive
board of the newly formed New
Center Area Action Council, a busi-
ness organization to maintain and
improve the high standard of the
New Center Area„ elected the fol-
lowing officers: JACK CAMINKER,
vice president, Fisher-New Center
Co., president; John J. Bourne,
vice president; Palmer T. Heenan,
secretary; Jack Winston, treasurer.
Caminker is treasurer of Temple
Israel and a past president of the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council.
* a *
M O R E Y IIOCHBERGER and
DAVID J. STEINHARDT have
been invited to participate in a
four-day business conference with
MISS RONNIE RATTNER
company officers and field repre-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rattner of senatives at the Banff Springs
Liberty, N.Y., announce the en- Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Canada,
gagement of their daughter Ronnie during the week of June 19-23.
Fran to Dr. Ralph Ryback, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Ryback of
London Ave.
Miss Rattner attended Russell
College in Troy, N.Y., and is a
cum laude graduate of Brandeis
University, where she was chair-
man of the Mental Health Associa-
tion.
Dr. Ryback attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and is a
graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity and its medical school and
the University of Berne Medical
School in Switzerland.
The wedding is planned for
Aug. 20.
Dr. Ryback has received fellow-
ships from the National Institute
of Health, and the Michigan Heart
Association, and has published
medical articles in several of the I
medical journals. He did his inter-
ship in medicine at the Boston
City Hospital, and is presently a
resident in psychiatry at the Bos.
ton City Hospital, and a teaching
MRS. HOWARD ROSENBERG
fellow at the Harvard School of
Brenda Naomi Cohen became the
Medicine in Cambridge, Mass.
bride of Howard Steven Rosenberg
at Temple Israel in a high noon
wedding recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen of
Sorrento Avenue are the brides'
parents. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosen-
berg of Oxley Drive, Southfield.
The bride's gown was fashioned
of gros-de-londre in a tent silhou-
ette. The gown was hemmed with
a wide nearl embroidered band.
Tiny beaded sleeves complimented
the modified scoop neckline. A
ti
cathedral length veil was attached
to a wide, open crown that was to
match her gown. She carried long
stem roses.

Rosenberg-Cohen Rites
Held at Temple Israel

Dr. Rice Takes Bride
ifiss Gail F. Grossman


MRS. LAWRENCE RICE
Gail Frances Grossman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton I.

Grossman of Jacksonville and Dr.
Lawrence Stuart Rice, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Henry E. Rice of Cran-
brook Dr., were united in mar-
riage recently at the Jacksonville
Jewish Center. Rabbi Jerome
Lipnick officiated.
The bride wore a peau d'ange
lace and silk organza gown with
a veil held by a crown of seed

pearls. Her flowers were roses,
Stephanotis and carnations with

an orchid.
Mrs. Norman H. Freeman of
Jacksonville, was her sister's

matron of honor. Mrs. Donald
A. Smith, sister of the bride-
groom; Jeanne Rosen of Chicago;
and Susan Schaeffer of Mil•
waukee were attendants. Diane
Dreher of Jacksonville was jun-
ior bridesmaid.
Donald Smith was best man,
with Norman H. F r e e d m a n,

Stephen J. Millman, Louis Smith
of Pikesville, Md., Fred Benjamin
and Marc Benjamin of Chicago,
ushers.
After a Puerto Rico honeymoon,
the couple will live in San
Francisco.

. Friday, June 16, 1967-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lorraine Pearlman of Chicago
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Edward Katkowsky,
Mrs. Leonard Rosenberg, and
the groom's sisters, Arlene and
Marlene Rosenberg, Karen Gut-
tentag was flower girl.

Annual Meeting
of JNF Tuesday

Dr. PHILLIP DORIAN KROLL
son of Mrs. Mary Kroll, 18624
Phillip Slomovitz will address
Greenfield, graduated from the the annual meeting of the Jewish
University of Michigan Medical National Fund 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
School, June 9. Dr. Kroll received at Cong. Ahavas Achim, 19190
his Bachelor of Arts degree with Schaefer.
Phi Beta Kappa honors in 1963,
Election of officers and mem-
as a scholarship student at Bran-
bersof the board of directors will
deis University, where he majored
be held, and a report will be sub-
in history. He will serve his intern.
mated on aspects of JNF work. !
ship at Wayne County General
Representatives of the organiH
Hospital.
* *
zations affiliated with the JNF and I
friends
are invited to attend.
Dr. GERALD CAPLAN pre-
A social hour will follow.
sented a full day seminar "The
Prevention of Mental Disorders
by Crisis Intervention" at Ypsi-
For the HY Spot
lanti State Hospital June 9. Dr.
Of Your Affair
Caplan, an international authority
Music by
on preventive psychiatry, is cur-
chiatry and director of the Labor
rently Clinical Professor of
Psychiatry and director of the
And His Orchestra
(Hy Utchenik)
Laboratory of Community Psy-
chiatry at Harvard University. He
• Distinctive Ceremonies
a Specialty!
is senior psychiatric consultant
342-9424
for the Peace Corp and has or-
ganized the Department of Mental
Health for the State of Israel.

Vanity
She neglects her heart who
—Lavater.
studies her glass.

Now . . .
There Are
Two
Corners
On
Livernois
With
Internationale
Fashions !

4 . 1/ 3 .
1
sue '

Hy Herman

STEVEN KALT, son of Mrs. Bee
Kalt, Negro history teacher at
Northern High School, has been
awarded a Fulbright scholarship
for travel and study in sub-
Saharian Africa. He will visit
Eenegal, Ghana and Kenya and
will spend six weeks at Haile
Selassie University in Addis Ababa,
Ethiopia.
* * •
An area resident. Mrs. NORMAN
(Sharron) ZAMCZYK, 19956 Burt
Road, will be installed as corre-
sponding secretary of Theta Sigma
Phi, national fraternity for women
in journalism, at their June 19
meeting at the Detroit Press
Club. Mrs. Zamczyk is head copy
writer in the display department of
the J. L. Hudson Co.

The Rothschild Prize in Biology
for 1966 has been awarded to Prof.
ISAAC BERENBLUM, internation-
ally known cancer researcher and
head of the Weizinann Institute's
Experimental Biology Department
in Rehovat. The award, which car-
ries a cash prize of IL. 10,000, was
given for his work on the mechan-
' ism of carcinogenesis.
* * •
JULIUS W. 1.EV. of Schostak
Brothers & Co.. Inc., has been
accredited by the International
Council of Shopping Centers as a
Certified Shopping Center Manager
(CSM). Lev received the designa-
tion after successfully completing
written and oral examinations at
the ICSC's annual convention in
Bal Harbour, Fla. recently.

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FATHER CHARLES S. CASSA-
SA, president of Loyola University,
was awarded an honorary degree
at the annual commencement ex-
ercises
of the Los Angeles campus
Lawrence Grosberg of New York
City was best man. Ushers were of the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish
Institute
of Religion.
Gregory Zack, Michael Schkloven,
• • •
Leonard Rosenberg and Mark Ro-
DAVID A. SCHULTE, JR., New

senberg.

York financier and investment
counselor, has been elected chair-
man of the New York board of the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith. The league also announced
Bnai Zion Decides
the
election of LEONARD E. REIS-
to Expand its Cultural
MAN, president of the College of
and Educational Programs
Police Science, City College of New
MONTICELLO, N.Y. (JTA) — York, as executive vice chairman
Expansion of its nationwide cul. of the board.
tural and educational program,
including the promotion of the
Hebrew language and literature, French Socialist Leader
increasing the number of gold and Is 'Proud to Be a Jew'
PARIS (ZINS) Daniel Myers,
silver medals to college students
for proficiency in Hebrew and the French Socialist leader, asser
financial support to Hebrew Day ted here that he is ashamed to
Schools was approved by delegates call himself a socialist since the
to the 58th annual convention of Socialist Soviet Union can go so

After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico the couple will live in Som-
erset Park.

the Bnai Zion.
Purchases of more than $100,000
in Israel Bonds were announced

at the convention, held in Kutch-

er's Hotel here. Delegates were
addressed by Avraham Avi-Hai, an
official in the office of Israeli
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, who
envisioned a new era of hopeful
cooperation in the Middle East fol-
lowing Israel's achievement in
repelling Arab aggression.

far as to encourage aggression
against Israel.
"I am ashamed," he said, "also
of being a Frenchman, when
France can permit a peaceful and
friendly nation to stand alone and
to refuse her aid. I am ashamed
to he a member of the human
family if humanity does nothing
against genocide. However, I am
not ashamed to be a Jew. One
can be proud to be a Jew."

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