THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 19, 1959 — 22
U of C Awards PhD
to Joseph Roiman
Set Fall Date
The University of Chicago
granted a PhD degree in
mathematics today to Joseph
Jonah Rotman, grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac L. Wolf
of Oak Park and nephew of
the Morris, David and Max
Wolfs, of Detroit.
A member of the American
Mathematical Association, Rot-
man's seven years at U. of C.
were sponsored entirely by
Last year by was granted
an award by the National
Science Foundation, Washing-
ton, to be used in mathematics
research at U. of C.
The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Rotman (Rose Wolf, of
Detroit), of Chicago, he has
taught at Northwestern Uni-
versity and U. of C., and was
appointed research associate
in the mathematics department
at the University of Illinois,
His Hebrew education back-
ground includes studies at the
Herzlian Hebrew School, Cen-
tral Hebrew High School, two
years at the College of Jewish
Studies and the Hebrew Camp
Sharon on a scholarship.
Miss Leinoff Receives Wayne Scholarship
She was graduated from Cen-
tral High School magna cum
laude, received the Phi Beta
Kappa award, is five-time citi-
zenship prize winner, won the
DAR award as outstanding still
dent of the year and was treas-
urer of the graduating class.
Past vice president of the
Neuman with Honors Dora Savage chapter, Bnai
Herman Simon Neuman has Brith, Miss. Leinoff received
just graduated from Michigan life membership in the organ-
State University with honors. ization.
He a t t ended
the college of
F. Parker to Head
business a n d
Nate S. Shapero, co-chairman
h i s bachelor
of the Detroit Round Table of
of science de-
Catholics, Jews and Protes-
gree in law
tants, announces that William
e n f orcement
F. Parker, Sr., has accepted the
a dmin istra-
chairmanship of the 31st anni-
versary Brotherhood dinner,
He - is the
son of Mr. and
Parker, a prominent automo-
Mrs. Max Neuman (Rosalind
Meyersohn) of 18055 Penning- bile dealer here, is president
of the Hundred Club of Detroit.
Barbara Leinoff, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Leinoff,
of 19350 Freeland, has been
awarded a scholarship to Wayne
By JUNE LEVY
Times for farewell are now
plentiful at Central High School
as the seniors spent their last
MISS MARILYN ROSNER
days in their Alma Mater.
Plans for a fall wedding have
The first of the farewells was
been announced by Marilyn the traditional Class Day, June
Rosner and Irving L. Markel. 12, where seven graduates rep-
Miss Rosner, a graduate of resented the class in their fare-
Wayne State University, is the well addresses. Beginning the
daughter of Mrs. Louis Sche- program were Dennis Chatlin
mansky, of. Kentucky Ave., and and Sandy Andrews giving the
the late Mr. Samuel J. Rosner. class prophesy. Adele Levin
Her fiance's parents are the Sam and Gloria Ganaway gave poet-
Markels, of Oak Park.
ical recollections. The class gift,
a Michigan state flag and a new
50-star flag, was presented by
Elaine Leider. Sheldon Larky
handed down the traditional
spade, adding the class colors of
Among the 3,865 graduates royal blue and white to the col-
who received degrees from the ors of classes dating back to
Orthogenic School University of Michigan at its 1894. A farewell speech was
115th commencement exercises given by James Wechsler, 12A
Announces Its Summer
last week were the following: president. The class dedicated
Doctor of medicine, Martin the school song, Loyalty and
H. Eichler, 18460 Hartwell; . Ar- Light, to Miss Bertha Robinson,
thur S. Friedman, 20977 Green- principal.
Elementary School Subjects
On Wednesday, commence-
view; Herbert Kaufer, 19336
Reading Clinic - Speech Clinic
Coyle; Donald F. Silver, 333 ment exercises were held in
8 Weeks — June 22-Aug. 14
Covington; Victor I. Spear, Mackenzie High School audi-
Mon., Fri., 9 a.m.-12 Noon
19747 Marlowe; Milton Weiser, torium.' James Wechsler, Ann
Call DI 1-8673
12741 Lawton and Burton J. Page, - Tona Jackson, June Levy,
and Judy Edelstein addressed
Zack, 15738 Monte Vista.
the 250 graduates. The theme
Doctor of dental surgery:
Eugene M. Cohen, 18018 Bir- of their speeches was "Hand-
wood; Cyril Freedman, 2725 holds on Life".
As the end of the semester
Elmhurst; Robert M. - Galin,
18202 Oak Dr:; and Burton S. draws to a close, feelings of
gratitude fill me. To Mr. - Philip
Stillman, 19657 Roslyn.
Slomovitz and The Jewish News
Winning doctor of philoso- go my thanks for the wonderful
phy degrees were
opportunities offered me in the
Goffman, 18691 Kentucky; and field of journalism. The ad-
9 to 11:30 A.M. — $1.25
Robert Spiro, 19774 Freeland. vantages of writing this article
12:30 to 3 P.M. — $1.25
50c Trans. Per Day
Other degree winners include could not be obtained in any
Specializing in Rhythm Band,
David J. Abels, Phyllis H. Barr, textbooks. I also wish to thank
Music Apprec., Arts and Crafts
Perry M. Cohen, William J. Miss Bertha Robinson, who de-
Inquiries at LI 3-4688
Fisher, Robert A. Karbel, Mi- voted seven years of her life to
School wil be operated at syna-
chael B. Kraft, Arthur R. Le- Central and Centralites, and in-
gogue or church in Oak Park
vine, Etheleen Lichtenstein, spired many students through
David H. Moscow, Barbara R. those years.
Rich, Myron Samovitz, Abra-
ham A. Sulkes and Joel E.
Weingarten, bachelor of arts. March of Dimes Awards
Thomas F. Bickel, Elaine J. Kantor $600 Fellowship
Braverman, Morton Goldberg,
Sheldon Mitchell Kanto r,
Irwin Gutenberg, Connor Laza- 18086 Hubbell, a student at
rov, David W. Ross, bachelor Wayne State University college
of science; Samuel J. Gordon, of medicine, has been awarded
Jay S. Millman and Alan S. a March of Dimes fellowship of
Wineman, BS in engineering; $600 for special research in the
Harvey Berman, Stewart D. biological and physical sciences
Frank, Stuart R. Jaffe, Paul related to medicine, it was an-
M. Lowy, Arnold M. Slutzky nounced by Richard T. Kelly,
and Robert D. Stein, bachelor chairman of the Wayne County
of business administrator.
Chapter of the National Foun-
Bachelor of law degrees went dation..
to Wallace M. Handler, John
Purpose of the fellowship is
H. Shepherd, Edward B. Stul- to interest medical students in
berg and Robert C. Weinbaum, careers in research. The fellow-
while Lawrence B. Kron and ships are awarded to a limited
Mark Shaevsky received juris number of candidates who have
completed one year of medical
Completing the `list of de- school and can devote at least
gree recipients are Jane E. two months to full time re-
Baum, Elinor R. Berlin, Linda search study. Students are nom-
L. Falk, Marilyn Grodsky, Mar- inated for the award by the
• Pay Nothing Down F.H.A. cia- E. Kanter, Jill- A: Koblin, dean of their school.
• No Payments Till August Annette Roslyn Miller, Claire
N. Padover, Audrey F. Saltz- Detroiters' Daughter Gets
• 36 Months to Pay
man and Estelle Strayer, BA PhD; Will Teach at Brown
Natalie Zemon Davis, daugh-
in education; Samuel J. Riche- .
lew, bachelor of architecture; ter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ze-
Enjoy solid comfort even
Thomas J. Rothenberg and mon, of Whitmore Ave., was
in hottest weather ...
Gloria B. Solomon, master of granted a doctor of philosophy
arts; Thomas E. Berger and degree by the University of
Michael Newton, master of Michigan at commencement ex-
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