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Heinz Schattner Heinz Schattner (20 June 1912 – 2 February 1954) was a German weightlifter. He competed in the super heavyweight category at the 1952 Summer Olympics and finished in fourth place. He won three consecutive European titles between 1951 and 1953 and finished third at the 1937 World Weightlifting Championships.
Roy Shuttleworth R.E. Shuttleworth: Adolescent Drama Therapy. Article : “Drama in Therapy, Volume Two” Schattner and Courtney, editors. DBS Publishers, New York (1981)
Gillie and Marc Gillian and Marc Schattner met in Hong Kong in 1990. At the time Gillian Schattner was a trained nurse, artist and illustrator from England. Marc Schattner was an artist from Melbourne working as a Creative Director in an advertising agency. They married one week after meeting in a Hindi ceremony in the foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal. The couple lived in Hong Kong, Singapore and New York before settling in Sydney. They now live in Sydney with their two children: Jessie born in 1991, and Ben, born in 1995.
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine The main entrance to Penn Dental Medicine, the Robert Schattner Center connects all three buildings of the Penn Dental Medicine campus. Its clinical facilities, located on three levels, include the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic (first floor), the Oral Medicine Clinic (second floor), the Admissions/Emergency Clinic (second floor), the William W.M. Cheung Advanced Dental Care Clinic (third floor), and the Robert Schattner Center location of the Penn Dental Faculty Practices (third floor), one of the School’s three faculty practices. Its Henry Schein Atrium welcomes clinic patients as the location of the Allan J. Olitsky Central Registration, Scheduling, and Cashiering Suite and is used to host many school and student events. The Robert Schattner Center bears the name of the visionary benefactor who made it possible – Penn Dental Medicine alumnus Dr. Robert Schattner (D’48), whose gift played a leadership role in successfully funding this major building project.
Chloraseptic Chloraseptic was invented and originally made by Robert Schattner; it was later bought by Richardson-Vicks, which merged with Procter & Gamble in 1985.
William Shatner Shatner was born on March 22, 1931, in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the son of Anne (née Garmaise) and Joseph Shatner, a clothing manufacturer. He has two sisters, Joy and Farla. His paternal grandfather, Wolf Schattner, anglicized the family name to "Shatner".
Gillie and Marc Gillie and Marc is the creation of Gillian Schattner and Marc Schatter, Sydney-based Australan contemporary artists who have worked side by side for over 25 years. The husband and wife team promote themselves with the sculptural characters, Rabbitgirl and Dogman.
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine Penn Dental Medicine also operates three group practices of Penn Dental Medicine faculty through its Penn Dental Faculty Practices. These practice locations serve faculty and staff of the University of Pennsylvania and the Health System, as well as the general public from the surrounding communities. The offices locations include: Robert Schattner Center, 240 South 40th Street, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6030; Bryn Mawr, 711 Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010; and University City, 3401 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.
Oakton–Skokie station In early 2005, the village received $417,000 in a federal grant earmarked for the station's design, which covers about 80 percent of design costs for the station. The village would pick up the remainder, about $104,000, according to Village Director of Engineering Fred Schattner. Then, in mid-2005, village staff submitted a grant proposal to the federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant program, which provides funds for projects that contribute to traffic congestion relief and cleaner air quality. In late November 2005, the Skokie secured a $1 million federal grant for the village's downtown Skokie Swift project with the help of U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-9th. Then, in early December 2005, Skokie learned they would receive an additional $9.2 million in federal grant funds to construct the station. The entire project is estimated to cost about $15 million including any land acquisition needed, which means the village had by this time secured more than two-thirds of the funding. Skokie Mayor Van Dusen has said he is exploring options to help pay for some or all of the remaining cost.