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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 67, Number 7 (April 1966)

Alumni news,   pp. 28-[32]


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procedures which significantly improved
public understanding of the Army's roles
and missions.
1961
  Richard Murray has joined the staff of
Nasco Industries of Ft. Atkinson as execu-
tive assistant.
  William H. Robichaux has been pro-
moted to captain in the Air Force. He is
a B-52 Strato Fortress navigator at Cars-
well AFB, Texas.
  Georgia Lesh has been awarded the
Ph.D. in biology from Western Reserve
University.
1962
  Suzanne Holly is an associate research
supervisor with the Leo Burnett-advertis-
ing agency in Chicago.
  Gene Pulvermacher has been promoted
to manager of the new Rennebohm drug-
store in the Sherman Plaza Shopping Cen-
ter in Madison.
  Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Parker an-
nounce the birth of their first child, a son,
Bryce Kempton, in Los Angeles, October
8. Parker is a senior civil engineering as-
sistant employed by Los Angeles County.
1963
  Alan F. Karow -has been elected to the
American   Institute of Certified Public
Accountants. He is associated with a Chi-
cago accounting firm. c
  Elmer E. Zuehls, Jr., has been named
a Peace Corps volunteer, having com-
pleted 16 weeks of training at California
State College at Los Angeles and 3 weeks
of field training in Puerto Rico. He will
serve in Colombia, South America.
  Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller (Suzanne Ar-
nold) announce the birth of a son, Scott
Arnold, on Dec. 21, 1965.
  lack B. Hunter is emuloved as a phar-
macist in Seattle, Wash.
  David Bostrom has been named Quality
Control Manager of the Bostrom Corp.,
of Milwaukee.
  David Cheung has joined the staff of
Rolf T. Killingstad, consulting engineer,
as a structural engineer in Madison.
  Steven N. Nager has been named to
the Connecticut General Life Insurance
Company's Vice President Club for out-
standing agents.
  Nancy Nelson has spent two years in
the Peace Corps as an advisor to English
teachers in twelve girls schools in Mash-
had, Iran.
  1st Lt. Kenneth R. Oestreich is study-
ing for a master's degree in electrical en-
gineering at the Air Force Institute of
Technology at Wright-Patterson AFB,
Ohio.
  Florence Schmidt has joined the faculty
of MacMurray College in Jacksonville,
Illinois as an instructor of rhetoric.
  Prof. Donald J. Taylor, now at the Uni-
versity of Arizona, has offered a new the-
ory that the planet Jupiter is more a small
star than a large planet. Photoelectric
studies made by Prof. Taylor indicate
April 1966
Jupiter radiates 1.2 times more heat than
it receives from the sun.
1964
  2nd Lt. Fred E. McCoy has been
awarded U.S. Air Force silver pilot wings
upon graduation at Vance AFB, Oklahoma.
  Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Harris (Sissy
Lynn Schram) announce the birth of a
daughter, Lynn Leigh, October 3, 1965,
in Macon, Ga.
  Mrs. Howard Solomon (Donna Zeff) is
the speech and language therapist at the
Clearbrook School for Retarded Children
in Arlington Heights, Ill.
  Robert Stein has taken on duties- for
the Wolf River Planning Commission as a
site planner and landscape architect.
1965
  Wm. Ahrnsbrak has recently returned
after a year on Anvers Island, 900 miles
off the tip of South America. He made the
trip, under the auspices of the NSF grant,
to study icebergs.
  Judie Nielsen has joined the Madison
advertising firm of Stephan and Brady,
Inc., where she will prepare copy for sev-
eral media advertising accounts.
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