22—Friday, November 24, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Weizmann Dinner Will Honor Eban
for Services to Sci ence, Humanity
NEW YORK — Israel Foreign
Minister Abba Eban will be hon-
oree and principal speaker on Nov.
27 at a dinner, at the Americana
Hotel, to mark the 50th anniver-
sary of the Balbour Declaration
and the 23rd birthday of the
Weizmann Institute of Science, of
which Dr. Chaim Weizmann, archi-
tect of the Balfour Declaration, was
A distinguished audience of some
MOO persons is expected to attend
the dinner, arranged by the Amer!.
can Committee for the Weizmann
Institute of Science.
An award will be presented to
Eban in behalf of the Institute,
recognizing his services to Israel,
to science and to humanity by Dr.
Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky, inter-
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nationally renowned scientist who
is the head of the Weizmann Insti-
tute's Department of Polymer Re-
search and President of the Israel
Academy of Science and Humani-
Among the honored guests of the
dinner will be many of the nation's
leading scientists, including 11
Nobel Laureates, among them:
Dr. Carl F. Cori. Biochemist, Massa-
chusetts General Hospital, 1947 Nobel
Laureate, medicine and physiology; Dr.
Louis Fieser, professor of chemistry,
Harvard University; Dr. Raymond M.
Fuoss, Sterling Professor of Chemistry,
Yale University; Dr. Maurice Gold-
haber, director, Brookhaven National
Laboratory; Dr. Haiden K. Hartline,
professor of biophysics, Rockefeler
University, 1967 Nobel Laureate, medi-
cine and physiology; Dr. Robert Hof-
stadter, professor of physics, Stanford
University. 1961 Nobel Laureate, Phys-
ics; Dr. .Frank L. Horsfall, president
and director, Sloan-Kettering Institute
for Cancer Research; Dr. Willis E.
Lamb. Jr. professor of physics, Yale
University, 1955 Nobel Laureate, phys-
ics; Dr. Fritz A. Lipmann, professor of
biochemistry, Rockefeller University,
1953 Nobel Laureate, medicine and
physiology; Dr. Robert Mullikan. dis-
tinguished service professor of physics
and chemistry, University of Chicago,
1966 Nobel Laureate, chemistry; Dr.
Severo Ochoa, professor and chairman.
department of biochemistry, New York
University College of Medicine. 1959
Nobel Laureate, medicine and physiol-
ogy; Dr. Emanuel R. Fiore. vice presi-
dent and chief scientist, International
Business Machines; Dr. I. I. Rabi, Uni-
versity professor emeritus, Columbia
University, 1944 Nobel Laureate, medi-
cine and physiology; Dr. Walter A.
Rosenblith, dean of science, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology; Dr. Pey-
ton Rous, member emeritus. Rocke-
feller University, 1966 Nobel Laureate,
medicine and physiology; Dr. Albert B.
Sabin, distinguished service professor,
University of Cincinnanti; Dr. Julian
Schwinger, professor of physics, Mar-
yard University, 1965 Nobel Laureate,
phy sics; Dr. Stanislaw M. Ulam, pro-
fessor of mathematics, University of
Colorado; Dr. Selman A. Waksman, pro-
fessor emeritus. Institute of Microbiol-
ogy. Rutgers University, 1952 Nobel
Laureate. medicine and physioloy; Dr
Jerome B. Wiesner, provost, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology; Dr. Jer-
rold R. Zacharias, professor of physics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The dinner guests will hear
Meyer W. Weisgal, president of
the Weizmann Institute, who is fly-
ing to New York from Rehovot for
Dewey D. Storie, chairman of the
board of governors of the Weiz-
mann Institute, chairman of the
dinner committee, will preside.
Victor Borge will be guest artist.
Eban, a colleague and friend
of Israel's first president, Dr.
Weizmann, served as president of
the Weizmann Institute of Science
from 1959 to 1966.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Stein
of Huntley Sq., Birmingham, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Beverly Sue to Sherwood
Elliot Friedman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Friedman of Martha
Washington St., Southfield, and
the late Mrs. Irene Friedman. Miss
Stein attends the University of
Michigan. Her fiance is a U-M 1
graduate and attends the Chicago
College of Osteopathy. A July
wedding is planned.
Wiener-Teper Wedding Profs. Sachar and Paper to Address
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for the Jewish Welfare Federa-
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Institute speakers will review
"Impact '67" in Detroit and in
Israel. The problems which caused
the July riots in Detroit and the
Six-Day war in Israel will be dis-
cussed as will the effect on the
Dr. Howard Morley Sachar, pro-
fessor of history, George Washing-
ton University, and Dr. Herbert
Paper, chairman, department of
linguistics, University of Michigan,
will be featured speakers.
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and will continue to 2:45 p.m.
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center. Reservations may be made
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Teper.
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Her fiance attends Highland Park
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