Welzmann institute Dedicates
Grad School, Residence, Offices
REHOVOTH — The Abraham
Feinberg Graduate School of
the Weizmann Institute of Science,
which will provide laboratories
and classrooms for the institute's
student community, was dedicated
here in the presence of members
of the Feinberg family and hun-
dreds of distinguished guests from
Israel and abroad.
A letter sent on the occasion of
the dedication ceremony by Presi-
dent Lyndon B. Johnson to Meyer
W. Weisgal, chairman of the in-
stitute's executive council, was read
by the American Ambassador, Wal-
worth Barbour. It stated:
"We share a common dream of
a world in which the only battles
are for educational excellence and
the only battlefields are in the
classrooms. Better education is a
worldwide challenge. Projects like
the Feinberg School will help meet
The ceremony was chaired by
Weisgal, who declared that the
aim of the school would be quality,
not quantity, and that it would
serve as a reservoir of talent both
for Israel and countries beyond
The main address was given by
Mrs. Golda Meir.
Diplomas to 17 PhDs and 11
MScs were handed out by Prof.
Joseph Gillis and Mrs. Abraham
Feinberg. An honorary fellowship
of the Weizmann Institute was
conferred on Abraham Feinberg
by Prof. Igal Talmi, chairman of
the institute's scientific council.
Mrs. Feinberg cut the ribbon in
front of the main entrance to the
graduate school to signify the for-
mal opening of the builedng.
The Feinberg Graduate
covers an area of 2,500 sq. cr_ om-
prising teaching laboratories, lec-
ture halls, a library, common rooms
and service facilities.
A handsome residential com-
plex for visiting scientists was
inaugurated April 12 at the
Donors of the buildings are the
Samuel Lunenfeld and Reuben
Weisgal, recalling his association
for more than three decades with
Lunenfeld, first in Canada and
more recently in Switzerland, paid
tribute to Lunenfeld's continuing
support for the Weizmann Insti-
tute over two decades.
The Lunenfeld and Kunin Build-
ings to House Visiting Scientists
can accommodate 24 families in 16
furnished one-bedroom and eight
two-bedroom apartments. They will
serve to facilitate the growing ex-
change of scientists and scientific
knowledge between the Institute
and other centres of research and
learning all over the world.
Later, tributes poured in for
Dewey D. Stone, chairman of the
Atomic Energy Unit
Names Eshkol Prexy
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol assumed the
presidency of the Atomic Energy
Commission replacing Prof. Ernst
David Bergman, who resigned after
heading the commission since it
was set up 14 years ago.
Prof. Bergman had repeatedly
asked that his resignation be ac-
cepted over differences on policy
and budgetary matters. Prog. Berg-
man, who also had been director
of the Defense Ministry's scientific
department since 1948, is expected
to continue his teaching duties at
the Hebrew University.
He submitted his resignation
more than a year ago, reportedly
partly because of personal political
convictions which were not defined,
butt was asked to stay until a re-
placement could be found. Prof.
Israel Dostrovsky will assume Prof.
Bergman's duties in the Defense
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 22, 1966 17
Weizmann. Institute's board of
governors since its establishment
more than two decades ago, on
the occasion of the dedication of
the five-storey Stone Administra-
tion Building, donated by Anne
and Dewey D. Stone and their
family of Brockton, Mass.
A surprise feature of the cere-
mony was the previously unan-
nounced award of an honorary
Weizmann Institute fellowship to
Harry Levine, of Wellesley Hills,
Mass. Levine, a close friend of
Stone, has also worked for the
Weizmann Institute since its estab-
lishment, serving for many years
as treasurer of the American Com-
mittee for the Weizmann Institute.
He provided the funds for the
construction of the Levine Institute
of Applied Science at the Institute.
Center of Applied Science N.Y.'s Central Synagogue to Construct New Building
NEW YORK (JTA) — Corner. munity house, religious school and
Dedicated at Hebrew U. stone-laying
ceremonies were held
chapel to be built at an estimated
here Sunday for a new, ultra- cost of $2,500,000. The new build-
modern Central Synagogue com- ing will be named after Dr. Jonah
B. Wise, late spiritual leader of
the Central Synagogue.
Boards of Rabbis Form
Among the guests participating
National Assn. in Chicago in the ceremonies were the United
CHICAGO — The National Asso- States Ambassador to the United
ciation of Boards of Rabbis has Nations, Arthur J. Goldberg, and
been officially organized in order Senator Jacob K Javits. Rabbi
to make the work of the individual David J. Seligson, spiritual leader
boards more effective, it was an- of the congregation, presided at
nounced by Rabbi Benzion C. the ceremony.
Kaganoff, national chairman.
The association will serve as a Desecrations in S. Africa
means of exchanging ideas and for
JOHANNESBURG, South Afri-
the avoidance of duplication of ca—Swastikas were painted on two
activities in rabbinic groups, he synagogues here on the 77th an-
niversary of the birth of Adolf
The main areas of concern of Hitler Wednesday. One, in white
the organization will be: civilian paint, was accompanied by the
institutional chaplaincy, radio and
Life without a friend is death TV broadcasting, education and words: "April 20, Heil Hitler."
without a witness.
matters relating to federations and
Payroll savings account for 60
—Spanish Proverb welfare funds.
per cent of all E Bond sales.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
Robert Szald Center of Applied
Science at Hebrew University was
established here last weekend in
cremonies which included a round-
table discussion on procedures for
teaching applied science. The New
York attorney is president of the
Palestine Endowment Funds Inc.
which gave $500,000 in his name
to set up the center.
A 12-story teaching laboratories
building, made possible by a gift
of undisclosed size from Louis
Mintz, Anglo-Jewish philanthropist
and communal worker, was also
dedicated at the Hebrew Univer-
sity. The gift was believed to be
about 100,000 pounds of sterling
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