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June 14, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-14

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MUMFOR D
U
S

Dan Guyer
I Martin,
Are Youngest Grads,

at U-M, Mumford High

Brothers Martin a n d Dan
Guyer share the distinction of
being the youngest students in
their respective graduating
classes.
Martin, 22, has received his
D.D.S. diploma from the Uni-
versity of Michigan School of
Dentistry. Dan, 16, is a Phi Beta
Kappa and Magna Cum Laude
graduate of Mumford High
School. They are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Guyer,
19903 Murray Hill.
Dr. Martin Guyer, a member
of Alpha Omega Dental Frater-
nity, is married to the former
Sheila Hartman of Cleveland.
He will enter the Army as a
captain on July 5, to be station-
ed at Fort Campbell, Ky.
Dan, winner of a Mildred
Simons Rosenberg Youth Award,
has accepted a Regents Alumni
Scholarship to Wayne State
University as a pre-medical stu-
dent. He turned down a scholar-
ship to the University of Michi-
gan in order _to be able to con-
tinue his studies at the Mid-
rasha in Detroit.
A United HebreW Schools
graduate, Dan was the Mumford
High representative on the Jun-
ior Round Table Conference of
Catholics, Protestants and Jews.
This summer he will attend the
National Leadership Training
Institute for Counselors at Camp
Ramah in the Poconos Moun-
tains, Pa.
The Abraham Guyers also
have a daughter, Mrs. Ben
(Anne) Friedman, who was
graduated from the Wayne State
University College of Education
at the age of 19. She was a
teacher in the Detroit School
System and the United Hebrew
Schools.
The Guyers also have three
grandchildren.

-

S
By PATTY .R.EISTMAN

EDITOR'S NOTE: The follow-
ing is the first report by Patty
Reistman, new author of The
Detroit Jewish News "Mumford
Musings" column. Since this
week's news culminates the re-
port of activities for the semes-
ter, the next column by Miss
Roistman will appear when the
fall term begins.
* * *

Student Council officers for
next semester are Marshall
Tate, 11B, president; Donald
Aptekar, 10A, vice-president;
Steve Cohen, 12B, treasurer;
Merrill Hoffman, 10A, record-
ing secretary; and Sue Kepes,
11B, corresponding secretary.
Senators for the 10A are
Jerry Jackson, Paul Jacobs,
Lanny Lesser, and Ron Sou-
frine. Representing the 11B are
Steven Bennett, Jeffrey Cham-
pagne, Larry Deitch, Marsha .
Diem, Sherry Erman, Frances
Fisher, Henry Rosman and
Debora Warner. Newly elected
11A senators are Susan Elman,
Judy Monson, Hedy Mosbach,
and Michael Perlman. Sue Ger-
shenson, Stuart Grass, Neil Ju-
liar, Miles. Lash, Ronald Lux,
David Summer, Howard White,
Sheri Whitefield will represent
the 12B. Elected 12A senators
are Elaine Berkley and Arthur
Brand.
Eight outstanding journalists
qualified for membership in
Quill and Scroll, international
honor society for high school
journalists. The seniors are
Jacqueline Colman, Sharon Du-
chan, Brian Fischoff, Susan Le-
vine, Nance Lui, Renee Silver-
man, Barbara Sims, and Marcy
Miller, graduate of January
class '63.
Police and Nemer Awards
recognizing outstanding par-
ticipation in extra-curricular
activities and scholastic
achievement will be given to
four seniors at Honors Con-
' vocation June 1'7. The 1963
Detroit - Police Youth Awards
go to Mickey Eisenberg and
Lisabeth Grossman. Recipi-
ents of the Brenda Blooinberg
Nemer Award are Fern Dorf
by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blow/n-
and Jeffrey Herman. The Ne-
mer Award was established
by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bloom-
berg, in memory of their
daughter Brenda, class of '55.
Thirty-four additional seniors
have gained Junior Phi Beta
Kappa recognition. They are
Harlan Alpern, Ellen Buchalter,
Paula Cameron, Dena Clamage,
Jacqueline Colman, Gary Davis,
Steven • Fisher, Ross Fridson,
Linda Harris, Daniel Hubert,
Charles Hamburger, Jason Hor-
ton, H o e 1 Konikow, Susan
Levitt and Judith Lishterman.
Others include Gale Martin,
Sylvia Maskin, Deanna Miller,
Douglas Miller, Gloria Palango,
Ellen Panush, Louise Perlamdn,
Zina Pearlman, Gail Raimi,
Joel Reisman, . Michael Ross,
Ellen Schiff, Howard Shulman,
Maryanne Shapiro, Renee Sil-
verman, Susan Skelly, Charlotte
Thomas, Charles Tobias, Melvin
Weinert and Marsha White.
Universities have awarded 27
Mumfordites with full or par-
tial scholarships. Receiving
Wayne State University schol-
arships are Joyce Brown, Dan
Guyer, Shirley Hamburg, Gale
Martin, Sylvia Maskin and
Nancy Yost.
Recipients of University of
Michigan Regents scholar-
ships are Mark Cutler, Ste-
phen Daniels, Mickey Eisen-
berg, Lauri Fried, Stephen
Gold, Dan G u y e r, Susan
Hershman, S y 1 via Maskin,

Hannah Cohen Now
Associated With
Glynn Travel, Inc.

Hannah Cohen, consultant
now 'associated with Glynn
Travel, Inc., 21601 Grand River
has announced special Israel
tours with a choice of European
stopovers at
no extra cost
to the traveler.
• Miss Cohen
offers arrange-
ments for
tours and
cruises by
plane, ship,
train or bus
in the United
Miss Conen
States or abroad. She has trav-
eled extensively in Europe and
has lived four years in Israel.
Her services have included
hotel reservations, car purchases
and rental, immigration serv-
ices, pre-paid tickets and in-
surance and traveler checks.
Miss Cohen says the Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will benefit from
tray el arrangements made
through her at the Glynn
agency. For information, call
KE 5-3386.

Ellen Panush, Louise Perl-
man, Michelle Shurgin, Rich-
•ard S wart z and Merle
Weston.
Beverly Mendelsohn, Judy
Ostrow and Gloria Palango
have accepted scholarships to
Michigan State University.
Other Scholarship recipients
are Sharon Duchan, Yeshiva
University; Brian Fischog, Col-
umbia University and Univer-
sity of Chicago; Stephen Gold,
Earlham College; Peter Gordon,
Indiana University; Michelle
Shurgin, Bennington College;
and Charlotte Thomas, Howard
University.
Susan Benthaim and Carol
Fields were awarded the Mum-
ford Parents Club Scholarship
and Nance Lui received a Na-
tional Scholastic Art Scholar-
ship to The Hartford Art
School.

Israel First Lady Claimed by PWO

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

By RANDY ZUSMAN
Expressions of surprise and
joy marked the faces of South-
field juniors and seniors who
received recognition at the Hon-
ors Assembly on May 23.
Student Council Senior
Award, which was newly insti-
tuted this year for a senior boy
and girl exhibiting qualities of
citizenship, service and scholar-
ship, was awarded to Don Le-
vine and Connie Gardulski.
Les Newman, who sang the
romantic lead in Finian's Rain-
bow, won the Choral Music
Award.
Sheila Eder, editor of the
"Jay," won the Southfield
Sun Journalism Award, which
is given to someone who ex-
eels in the field of journal-
ism.
U. of M. Regents,- Alumni
Scholarships, which vary in
amount, were given to Steven
Brown, Linda Gale, Don Levine,
Bob Schiller and Gary Wein-
man.
Elections have been complet-
ed for the Student Congress.
President is Allen Wilcox. Vice-
President of the Congress will
be Randy Zusman. Next year's
recording secretary will be Judy
Miller; corresponding secretary,
Nancy Garlock; and treasurer,
Leslie Stern.
New tennis courts are al-
most finished and will be
available for use during the
summer • and fall. The courts
will be open all summer for
practice purposes. S out h-
field's tennis team is looking
for some good players and
this plan may encourage some
prospects according to coach
Ted Corombos. Next fall, a
tournament will be held for
junior and senior high tennis
players to determine the best
player on each level.
Baccalaureate and Commence-
ment, the major senior week ac-
tivities, are scheduled for this
week in the gymnasium. The in-
vocation will be delivered by
Rabbi Hayim Donim of the
Cong. Bnai David. Senior Pres-
ident Jeffrey Kaufman will
speak at commencement and the
president - of the board of edu-
cation, Gordon Henderson, will
present the diplomas to the sen-
iors.
At the Senior Swingout As-
sembly, seniors who have had
an "A" in certain classes for
three years _will be presented
awards. Scholarships will be
announced also. Those seniors
who have been accepted at col-
leges will be recognized along
with students who are going on
to the armed service.
Finalists in the National Merit
Scholarship who were in the top
one per cent of the nation are
James Arney, Robert Shiner
and Myles Stern.
Seventy Michigan high
school students will leave
Metropolitan Airport on June
27 to travel to England, Fin-
land and the Scandinavian
countries known as the Mich-
igan Chorale, of the 70 stu-
dents, three were chosen from
Southfield; Carol Caster, Peg-
gy Leuhmann and David
Goldstein.
Barbara Seiden was awarded
national honors in a recent lit-
erature contest sponsored by the
Detroit News. She received hon-
orable mention in the short
story and dramatic script areas.
Deborah Goldin received com-
mendation for her short-short
story entry.

Israel Oil Prospecting
Nearly 100,000,000 Israel
pounds ($33,000,000) have been
invested in oil prospecting in
Israel where a total of 124 drill-
ings have been carried out. _

.

,

Rahel Katznelson Shazar, the
wife of the new president of
the State of Israel, is proudly
claimed by nearly 50,000 Pioneer
Women members throughout the
United States and Canada. Mrs.
Sidney Leff, national president
of the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation, says they have ample
reason for calling her "their
very own."
"For more than 40 years,"
Mrs. Leff said, "Rahel Shazar
has been associated with our
sister organization in Israel,

critic, essayist, editor, teacher,
and feminist, she was one of the
first women in Israel to give ex-
pression to the new values being
created by Israel's early women
pioneers, and to encourage these
`unknown heroines' to write
about themselves, their prob-
lems, and their accomplishments
in what was for most of them a
new language, Hebrew. She
edited the first anthology of
women's -work in Israel a n d
translated it, among other lan-
guages, into English as "The
Ploughwoman," a classic of its
kind. Mrs. Shazar was honored
by her own nation in 1958 by
being the first woman to receive
the coveted Israel Prize for 'her
half-century's work in the edu-
cational and cultural absorption
of the working women in Israel."

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