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March 01, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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By RANDY ZUSMAN
James Arney, Robert Shiller
and Myles Stern have been
named finalists in the National
Merit Scholarship competition.
They are now eligible for the
scholarships awards, ha v i n g
scored in the top one-half of
one per cent of the nation's
high school seniors on the
Qualifying Test and made satis-
factory scores on the follow-up
test.
Seniors Philip Klahr, Robert
Shiller, Myles Stern and Gary
Weinman scored among the
top four per cent of participants
in the Sixth Annual Michigan
Mathematics Prize Competition.
They will receive certificates
of recognition for having suc-
cessfully competed against 12,-
187 participants from 450 high
schools.
The Competition is an ac-
tivity of the Michigan Section
of the Mathematical Associa-
tion of America and is run by
representatives from Michigan
State, Wayne State and Univer-
sity of Michigan.
Every Tuesday evening, 28
advanced students at South-
field High School voluntarily
meet to help make Southfield
a better community in which
to live. Being the newest pro-
gram at Southfield, this col-
lege type seminar has finan-
cial backing from private
grants as well as the Ford
Motor Co.
Such notables as Mayor James
Clarkston, Council President
Hugh Dohany, Superintendent
of Schools Dr. John W. English
and High School Principal Rob-
ert Hall were guest speakers
at the seminar last semester.
To help achieve their goal
of developing a feeling of co-
operation, identity and appre-
ciation of one's community,
this seminar-at-large has two
major projects. The first is to
complete informative brochures
on the problems of the commu-
nity. The second is to organize
and conduct a "Meet Your City
Night" at the high school.
Southfield's debate team
hosted and won the district
elimination tournament for
the state championship. Win-
ning teams for Southfield
were Jim Arney and June
Bagdade, affirmative, and
Jim Voss and Paula Levitt,
negative.
Three Southfield students
were selected to participate in
the Detroit portion of the In-
ternational Science Youth Day.
Richard Andrew, Bob Ben-
zinger and I were hosted by
the General Motors Educational
Relations Section of the College
University Relations Staff. The
day consisted of a morning tour
of the General Motors Techni-
cal Center at Warren, a lunch-
eon at Greenfield Village and
an afternoon tour and program
at Thomas Edison's shop and
the Edison Institute Museum.
We saw something of each of
the principal buildings of the
tech center and viewed demon-
strations illustrating different
types of work in science, en-
gineering, or mathematics.
"F inia n's Rainbow," the
spring musical production . will
be staged 7:30 p.m. March 8,
9, 15 and 16.

MUMFORD

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Weizmann Institute Co-Sponsors
Nuclear Physics Conference
The Nuclear Physics Depart-
ment of the Weizmann Institute
of Science, Rehovoth, Israel, is
co-sponsor with the European
Organization for Nuclear Re-
search (CERN) of the 14-nation
International Conference on
High Energy Physics and Nu-
clear Structure, meeting at
Geneva, Switzerland, from Feb.
25 to March 2,

Rosenthal-Gurstell
Engagement Told

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MISS SHARON GOLDENBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Golden-
berg, 23060 Gardner, Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Sharon Gail, to
Robert Irwin Leichtman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leichtman,
12421 Tuller.
Miss Goldenberg's fiance at-
tended Wayne State University
and is presently attending De-
troit College of Law. A Septem-
ber wedding is planned.

College Scholarships
for Jewish Farm Youth

A renewal of last year's schol-
arship program for promising
Jewish farm boys and girls de-
siring to attend college was an-
nounced by the Jewish Agricul-
tural Society, an affiliate of the
Baron de Hirsch Fund.
The society noted that it had
awarded 65 scholarships for the
1962-1963 academic year, the
largest number since its program
began. These awards were made
possibly by a generous grant
from the Baron de Hirsch Fund
and it is hoped that the number
of scholarships to be given for
the 1963-1964 year will at least
equal the number in the current
academic year.
Sons and daughters of active
Jewish f arm e r s in need of
financial assistance who will be
attending a college or university
in the United States in the 1963-
1964 academic year are eligible
for these scholarships, including
those who will be entering for
the first time next fall. These
awards will be made on the basis
of merit and need.
The Baron de Hirsch Fund was
established 71 years ago to help
immigrant Jews settle in the
United States. One of its majOr
functions was to help Jewish
farmers.
Applications can be obtained
from the office of the Jewish
Agricultural Society, 386 Park
Ave. South, New York 16.

JWV Activities I

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
LADIES AUXILIARY will meet
Monday at the home of Sarah
Kaminsky, 23431 Harriet Ct.,
Oak Park. President Jean Fried-
man announces that nomination
of officers will be held. The
group will hold a fund-raising
smorgasbord dinner March 24
under the chairmanship of Ann
Rubin. For information, call KE
5-4031.
* * *
LAWRENCE H .JONES
LADIES AUXILIARY will meet
12:30 p.m. March 13 at the home
of Mrs. S. Kuhlik, 18034 Rose-
Radomer Board Meets lawn. A party at the Juvenile
Radomer Aid and Ladies So- Detention Home is planned.
' ciety will hold an executive
* *
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday
DETROIT
LADIES
AUXILI-
at the Workmen's Circle, 18340
ARY
will
serve
patients
of the
W. Seven Mile. Mr. and Mrs.
W. Finkelstein will be host and tuberculosis i n a c t i v e ward,
Dearborn Veteran's Hospital,
hostess.
with a pop corn and games
Both optical and radio tele- party Thursday. Refreshments
scope equipment is used in will also be served, announce
University of Michigan astro- Fannie Kaplan and Hannah
Seinwel, hospital chairman.
nomical studies.

By RUDENE MEYER.SOHN
The six hundred and thirty-
two seniors of the June 1963
graduating class have been get-
ting their activities under way
with the primary elections for
class officers under the direc-
tion of the steering committee.
Senior pictures are being
taken and will continue until
March 15. Prospects for a Wash-
ington senior trip are not too
promising but petitions are be-
ing circulated throughout the
class for the support of all those
who will attend.
Three seniors have won
honors in different fields. David'
Rosenthal took third place
honors in the Northeast elimi-
nations of the Knight of Pythias
Oratorical Contest for his speak-
ing and composition ability.
Patty Parker has been chosen
by the Daughters of the Ameri-
can Revolution as the Good
Citizen of Mumford due to her
outstanding scholarship and citi-
benship record. Elaine Kratze
was selected as the Mumford
Homemaker of Tomorrow in the
1963 Betty Crocker competi-
tion. She was selected on the
basis of a skills and aptitude
test prepared and scored by
Science Research Associate of
Chicago.
Mumford's spring play "Din-
ny and the Witches" will be
presented on May 2 and 3. The
cast of the play includes David
Biber, Lee Flashenburg, Marty
Greenberg, Ronald' Grossman,
Joel Hencken, Jacki Caplan,
Ken Laker, Susie Lebowitz,
Elaine Messer, Gary Reder,
Mina Jo Rosenbloom, Dawn
Silver, Danny Syme and Har-
riet Weingarden.
The Student Council is spon-
soring a sock hop "The Mus-
tang Trot" on March 8 to high-
light the Students Day activi-
ties. On Students Day, Student
Council members e x c h a n g e
places with the administration
and each class elects a student
to be the teacher.

Dave Diamond

Agency

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The bride - elect attended
ALL Your Photography
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tion and is affiliated with Alpha
By
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is also a student at Arizona
State. A June 9 wedding is
CALL MR. ROSEN 341-4141
planned.

1. J. CLARKE

To The Bride

Let us help you plan your

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BECAUSE OF DELAYED DELIVERY OF THE JEWISH NEWS
LAST WEEK, JACK GINSBURG IS CARRYING OVER HIS
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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, March 1, 1963

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

Illiss Goldenberg's
Troth Announced
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