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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 66, Number 1 (Oct. 1964)

Alumni news,   pp. 27-31


Page 30


driff '60) have been living in Madison
where he was assistant director of the
Wisconsin Union and she was associated
with a Madison law firm.
  Donald W. Schaefer has opened an
audiological consulting service in Madison.
  Lawrence H. Streicher recently moved
back to Chicago from Utica, N. Y. Since
Sept. 1 he has been a research sociologist
at the Institute for Juvenile Research with
the State of Illinois Department of Mental
Health in Chicago.
  The Medical Technology Class of 1954
held a reunion luncheon at the Wiscon-
sin Union on June 6.
  Class members attending from Milwau-
kee were   Mrs. Fred    Wiviott  (Esther
Cornfield), Mrs. Jack    Platner  (Mary
Singer), Doris Marshak, and Ruth Dun-
ham.
  M a di son  representatives were  Mrs.
Gordon Johnson (Betty Rynders), Mrs.
Albert Borenstein (Natalie Schmidt), and
Joan Weber. Mrs. David Kelley (Barbara
Karlen) came in from    Grafton for the
luncheon.
  Honored guests were Miss Alice Thorn-
gate, director of medical technology at
the UW Hospitals, and Miss Kathryn Rupp
'44.
1955
  Dr. and Mrs. R. Clarke Danforth (Phyl-
lis Robertson '56) have moved to Mil-
waukee with their children Christine and
Douglas where Dr. Danforth has entered
the private practice of neurology. He was
previously in the Navy, stationed at the
National Naval Medical Center, Be-
thesda, Md.
  Bruce Gillman has joined the Madison
law firm of Arthur, Tomlinson, and
Thomas as an associate, after serving the
past year as the law clerk to Chief Justice
George R. Currie of the Wisconsin Su-
preme Court. He, his wife, and daughter
live in Madison.
   Friends and classmates of Dr. Robert H.
Levin, who was killed in a plane crash
near Newport, Tenn., in July, are going
to establish a memorial scholarship fund
at the University in his honor.
   Dr. Levin had been on his way to Oak
Ridge, Tenn., to present a paper before
scientists at a conference on blood plate-
lets. A commissioned officer in the U. S.
Public Health Service, Dr. Levin, 30,
was a nationally known leukemia research
expert.
   Further details on the scholarship will
be announced later, according to Madi-
son attorney Richard A. Heilprin, who
writes of Dr. Levin, "'He was a person of
superb   accomplishment, and while an
undergraduate here at the University,
distinguished himself by not only his
academic and extra-curricular accomplish-
ments, but by the many warm and last-
ing friendships which he made."
1956
   Peter Bunn is now assistant to the UW
 dean of student affairs and interfraternity
 adviser on the Madison campus.
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  Frank N. Elliott, associate dean of the
School of General Studies of Columbia
University, has been elected a member
of the Board of Trustees of Alfred Uni-
versity, Alfred, N. Y.
  Dr. Carl H. Gibson and his wife arrive
in New York this month, returning to this
country after two years on the faculty of
Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, as
members of the Peace Corps.
  Richard J. Jacobs, a reporter for the St.
Louis Post Dispatch, is one of five re-
porters who will study here for the 1964-
65 academic year on Russell Sage fellow-
ships in social science writing.
1957
  Allen R. Korbel, of Alfred Korbel and
Associates Insurance, Milwaukee, was re-
cently elected president of the Milwaukee
Association of Life Underwriters.
  Malcolm H. Miller is an associate with
Walker and Hinkle, realtors and insurors,
in Albuquerque, N. Mexico.
  Dr. Jerome Russell Hanson is a resident
in surgery at the Mayo Foundation, Roch-
ester, Minn.
  Mary S. Dilliard is head librarian at
Blackburn College, Carlinville, Ill. She
was formerly cataloguer and reference
assistant with the Educational Testing
Service, Princeton, N. J.
  Capt. Paul M. Jeglum is one of eight
finalists for a new team which is the
youngest to be trained for outer space
exploration, and is in training at the Air
Force Aerospace Research Pilot School at
Edwards AFB, Calif.
1958
  Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Pum (Janis Mur-
doch '57) live in Oneonta, N. Y. where he
is art consultant at Bugbee Campus School
and assistant professor for the state uni-
versity college in Oneonta and she teaches
girls physical education at the local high
school.
  Theodore Blumenstock is patent advisor
in the legal office of the Army Material
Command's Harry Diamond Laboratories,
Washington, D.C. The Blumenstocks
(Pauline Rosenthal '59) live in Bowie,
Md., with their son, Michael.
   Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Brown, Kansas
City, Mo., announce the birth of their
second child, Melissa Ann, on June 29.
Their son David Lyndon is four. Mr.
Brown is an associate in a Kansas City
law firm.
   Louis J. Micheln, assistant manager of
the Manitowoc Chamber of Commerce
since July, 1958, is now assistant secretary
of the Appleton Chamber of Commerce.
   Karen Robertson joined Oscar Mayer
and Company, Madison, as a home econo-
mist in the research department in July,
after working with the Connecticut Dairy
and Food Council, New Haven.
   Captain Fred C. Brand is adjutant of
the new Walter Reed Army Institute of
Nursing which registered its first class of
student nurses this fall. He joined Walter
Reed three years ago.
  William D. Fromm is executive director
of a regional planning commission for
several cities and counties in Illinois,
working out of Carbondale, Ill., where he
lives with his wife and two children.
  Raymond J. Kot, formerly a supervising
engineer for UNIVAC, has been promoted
to manager of the engineering effort at
the fleet computer programming center,
Pacific, in San Diego.
  Capt. and Mrs. Suran J. Chalekian (Eli-
nor Borian) announce the birth of their
first child, George Cabot. Capt. Chalekian
is serving as assistant staff judge advocate
at the Army Terminal Command, Gulf, in
New Orleans.
  Eldon L. Husted is executive secretary
of the State Bar of Arizona, working out
of Phoenix and heading a staff of five.
1959
  Benjamin H. Min is assistant professor
in the department of social studies at the
New York State University College, Buf-
falo, teaching far eastern history and social
studies. He is completing his Ph.D. de-
gree in the department of government at
the University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
and taught last year at Greenfield College,
Greenfield, Mass.
  Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seidel announce the
birth of their daughter, Lisa Marie, June 1.
Her father is a nuclear chemist at Nuclear
Science and Engineering Corp., Pittsburgh.
  John B. Snell recently received his
Ph.D. degree from Lawrence College,
Appleton, Wis., in connection with his
work at the Institute of Paper Chemistry.
  Larry E. Lichte received his law degree
from the UW in June and is currently
associated with Allied Development Cor-
poration, Madison.
  Donald E. Olsen is plant manager for
the Sheboygan exchange of the Wisconsin
Telephone Company.
  John 0. Olson was recently appointed
district attorney for Taylor County, Wis-
consin, and lives in Medford with his
wife and four children.
   Dorothy Ann Paul recently received her
master of arts in biology from Western Re-
serve University, Cleveland.
   John F. Wendt has been awarded a
research fellowship to the Von Karman
Institute for Fluid Dynamics in Belgium
from Oct. 1 through July, 1965. His wife
and daughter accompanied him to Belgium.
   Michael J. Wyngaard is assistant U.S.
attorney for the Western District of Wis-
consin.
   Broan Manufacturing Co., Hartford,
Wis., has promoted Wayne Van Dien
from sales promotion manager to manager
of advertising and sales promotion. He
was also recently elected treasurer of the
Sales Promotion Executives Association,
Milwaukee.
   Alan S. Hanson has been appointed
media supervisor in the advertising depart-
                  Wisconsin Alumnus


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